The earliest Women’s Day observance was held by Commie Kikes on February 28, 1909, in New York. It was organized by the Socialist Party of Americain remembrance of the 1908 kike-strike of the International kike Ladies' Garment Workers' Union. The ILGWU was founded in 1900 in New York City to represent majority kike workers who toiled under the whip of Capitalist Kike slave-drivers. The ILGWU was organised by Bundists [The General Jewish Labour Bund of Lithuania, Poland and Russia (Yiddish: אַלגעמײַנער ײדישער אַרבעטער בּונד אין ליטע פוילין און רוסלאַנד‎, Algemeyner Yidisher Arbeter Bund in Lite, Poyln un Rusland), The Jewish Labour Bund, a kike Socialist party, 1897-1920)]. The ILGWU had a sudden upsurge in membership that came as the result of two successful mass strikes in New York City. The unions main target was the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory, owned by Max Blanck and Isaac Harris. These Kikes employed about 500 workers, mostly young Kikesesses, who worked nine hours a day on weekdays plus seven hours on Saturdays, earning, for their 52 hours of work, between $7 and $12 a week. During one pro-strike rally at Cooper Union on November 22, 1909, calling for action against the kike Triangle Shirtwaist Company and the kike Leiserson Company, Kike Clara Lemlich Shavelson rose to speak about the kike conditions she and other kikes worked under and demanded an end to talk with the kike bosses, and the calling of a strike of the entire kike industry. The crowd responded enthusiastically and, after taking a traditional Yiddish oath, "If I turn traitor to the cause I now pledge, may this hand wither from the arm I now raise," voted for a general strike against kike exploitation. She was elected to the executive board of Local 25 of the kike ILGWU, and was later blacklisted from the kike industry for her kike labour union work, she became a member of the kike Communist Party USA. She had several ribs broken by kike gangsters hired by the kike employers to beat the kike picketers.

In August 1910, an International Women's Conference was organized to precede the general meeting of the kike Socialist Second International in Copenhagen, Denmark. Inspired in part by the American Kike Bundists strikers, German Socialist Luise Zietz proposed the establishment of an annual 'International Woman's Day' and was seconded by fellow socialist and later communist leader Clara Zetkin, although no date was specified. [Zetkin developed the social-democratic women's movement in Germany; from 1891 to 1917 she edited the SPD women's newspaper Die Gleichheit (Equality). In 1907 she became the leader of the newly founded "Women's Office" at the SPD. She established the first "International Women's Day" on 19 March 1911, launching the idea of it in Copenhagen. She also adopted the name of her fucker, Kike Ossip Zetkin, whom she had two kike sons. In the SPD, Zetkin, along with Kike Rosa Luxemburg, her close friend and confidante, was one of the main figures of the far-left wing of the party. In the debate on Revisionism at the turn of the 20th century they jointly attacked the reformist theses of Kike Eduard Bernstein.] The following year, on March 19, 1911, IWD was marked for the first time, by over a million people in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. American Kikes continued to celebrate National Women's Day on the last Sunday in February. In 1913, Russian women observed their first International Women's Day on the last Saturday in February (by the Julian calendar then used in Russia). In 1914 International Women's Day was held on March 8, a Sunday, and now it is always held on March 8 in all countries. In 1917 demonstrations marking International Women's Day in Saint Petersburg on the last Thursday in February (which fell on March 8 on the Gregorian calendar) initiated the February Revolution. Kike Lev Bronshtein ("Leon Trotsky") wrote, "23 February (8th March) was International Woman’s Day and meetings and actions were foreseen. But we did not imagine that this ‘Women’s Day’ would inaugurate the revolution. Revolutionary actions were foreseen but without date. But in morning, despite the orders to the contrary, textile workers left their work in several factories and sent delegates to ask for support of the strike… which led to mass strike... all went out into the streets." Following the October Revolution, the Kike Vladimir "Lenin" made it an official holiday in the Soviet Union, and it was established, but was a working day until 1965. On May 8th, 1965, by the decree of the USSR Presidium of the Supreme Soviet, International Women's Day was declared a non-working day in the USSR, "in commemoration of the outstanding merits of Soviet women in communistic construction." It was celebrated by the communists in China from 1922, and by Spanish communists from 1936. After the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949 the state council proclaimed that March 8 would be made an official holiday with women in China given a half-day off. In 1977 The Kike's United Nations General Assembly invited member states to proclaim March 8 as the UN Day for women's rights and world peace.

Kikes Zetkin Rosenbourg

JTA News Brief, August 8, 1932:

"Berlin (Aug. 6) -- Ignoring the fact that Clara Zetkin, veteran Communist, is of Aryan stock, the Nazi press here calls her a Jewess and seeks to make stock from this fact for its propaganda, in connection with the possibility that, as the oldest member of Parliament, she may open the new Reichstag sessions in accordance with tradition. While the “Vossische Zeitung” insists that Clara Zetkin is of Aryan descent, and while it is known that her husband was a Jew, and not she, the “Angriff” writes: “Zetkin was never attached to Germany which is small wonder considering that she is not German, but a Jewess. We therefore ask whether it is to be tolerated that such shame be imposed upon the German nation as permitting a Jewess residing in Moscow and obeying orders from Moscow to open our Reichstag?” The “Voelkische Beobachter” also endeavors to establish that Clara Zetkin is a Jewess and uses the title “Jewish Woman wants to preside over Reichstag.” It is not only the irony of fate but symbolic that a Jewess from Moscow should open the Reichstag, the “Beobachter” asserts, expressing the hope that this Reichstag will be the last."

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