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[–] Alpha_Voat_Protecter 0 points 14 points (+14|-0) ago 

You're wrong, something has changed: the average worker has much more access to facts about the eternal failure that is Communism.

Sure, union leaders are still largely a bunch of Marxists, but the recent Janus decision from the Supreme Court just gutted all public unions that try to compel obedience/payment from the workers.

Do you know why this old nigger is whining about the lack of non-whites at this Marxist "rally"? Because everyone else who might have fought alongside him either died from old age, died from some criminal shit, or turned their life around after being a stupidly-violent young adult: at the same time, every colored youth who he might have inspired/mentored either rotted in some Planned Parenthood dumpster, was killed by rampant gang violence, killed themselves to escape their broken family, got a real education/job, or had a better influence guiding them on the right path as a kid/teen/adult.

In essence, he's upset because he spent his life in an effort to "fight fascists and white supremacists, for the good of all my fellow niggers", and only now is he realizing that reality isn't matching up with his expectations, to the point that he probably thinks that he doesn't even have a legacy anymore (notice: both he and his wife attended the rally, but despite being old enough to have actively fought back in the 1960s-1970s, the nigger never even hints about any kids of his own). He's an old man stuck in a long-gone era, who is finding himself surrounded by children who never grew up, and is only able to diagnose his own problem when he sees it in others.

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