My brothers, my sisters, my friends in Germany, welcome.
As we think about Mayday, we think about the struggle, really, all over the world for working people and the working class all over the world to begin to be remembered respected, and finally, empowered to organize society in a humane, human-centered, anti-capitalist, anti-oppressive way of life.
That struggle continues as it must. And that’s the way of the world, whether we’re in Germany, whether we’re in the United States, indeed whether we’re in India, Africa, everywhere where human beings gather and work and struggle and organize and hope. We have to think about class struggle and the struggle between human beings to exalt the power of labor to transform human society.
I thank you all, and I wish you all a ferocious May First.