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For many decades The Worker's Day became the most important occasion for people living under totalitarian regime to thank for the happiness and the eternal bright future provided to them by their beloved leaders.
Nobody was excluded from those thanksgivings. And a lot of medals were pinned. And many a' many congratulations and diplomas for the very effective productions and glorious socialistic achievements - were given. Even the endless line-ups in front of the empty stores seemed to be shorter somehow during those few smiling days before every May Day.

Those were the days, my friends… Those were the days!

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It is lamentable, that to be a good patriot one must become the mortal enemy of some other good patriots
Voltaire

As long as the veterans salute those who sent them to the slaughtering battlefields of the world, investing in wheel chair industry seems to be an excellent business opportunity."
G.G.

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