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MSJ’s out of the closet and ready to party

The Movement for Social Justice (MSJ) is out of the closet and set to party like it’s 1937 at tomorrow’s Labour Day celebrations—1937 was the year that late trade union leader Tubal “Buzz” Butler’s Fyzabad address shook the country.

MSJ Political Leader David Abdullah played the role of party pooper at the PP’s second annual anniversary last month. But it appears that Abdullah didn’t want to detract from his own “coming out” bash in which the unions will attempt to usurp the PNM as Opposition Party while simultaneously firing an opening salvo at its former colleagues.

Wired868 expects that the MSJ won’t need Sugar Aloes to make Labour Day very uncomfortable viewing for the political establishment on both sides of the fence.

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