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Sunday, April 30, 2023

Jesse James and the Wobblies Graveyard Near Butterfield Canyon

In the previous article I mentioned that I knew Jesse was in the area at the time the $43,000 in Gold Coin came up missing…

I thought I would get this out there before the potential discovery is made, if not already and covered up… somewhere near the area of Butterfield Canyon is a possible mass graveyard of 50 skeletons of Wobblies executed in 1918, and if it is ever found I can’t wait to hear what the media and academics will say. Only time will tell…





Industrial Workers of the World   WIKIDITY

The Industrial Workers of the World (IWW), nicknamed "Wobblies", is an international labor union founded in Chicago in 1905. The nickname's origin is uncertain. Its ideology combines general unionism with industrial unionism, as it is a general union, subdivided between the various industries which employ its members. The philosophy and tactics of the IWW are described as "revolutionary industrial unionism", with ties to socialist, syndicalist, and anarchist labor movements.

In the 1910s and early 1920s, the IWW achieved many of its short-term goals, particularly in the American West, and cut across traditional guild and union lines to organize workers in a variety of trades and industries. At their peak in August 1917, IWW membership was estimated at more than 150,000, with active wings in the United States, the UK, Canada, and Australia. The extremely high rate of IWW membership turnover during this era (estimated at 133% per decade) makes it difficult for historians to state membership totals with any certainty, as workers tended to join the IWW in large numbers for relatively short periods (e.g., during labor strikes and periods of generalized economic distress).


No matter how WIKI paints the picture, The Wobblies were no better than the Organized Crime of the 20’s, they used seeming good principles disguised as money to lure in their membership although it completely undermined the principles of Capitalism, at the time, it wasn’t much better, but the anti America agenda vocalized by the Wobblies is what made them hated by many, including Jesse James, the other half loved them because of their love of money… can’t hardly blame them though, things were tough back them...

William Haywood,

the Wobblies Crime Boss


FROM The Black Book:

Jesse James was a strange mixture of man. He once almost shed tears at Leadville, Colorado, when drunken railroad workers massacred a dozen or so Chinese coolies, who couldn't speak English. He paid the conductor on the spot to take them aboard the train and get them out of the state. Yet this same man right after World War I helped round up a group of IWW's (Wobblies) near Bingham Canyon, Utah, judged and then executed them. "There were about fifty of these Bolshevik bastards," old Jesse recalled, "and we lured them into a remote spot. But we tried them first. The members of The Organization asked each Wobbly to speak his piece and every one of them denounced everything the United States had ever fought or stood for. When they wouldn't dig their own common grave, my boys dug it. Then we shot them down like dogs, covered them with dirt and forgot about it. Nobody witnessed it but members of The Organization and they never talked." 


“In 1917, one of Senator Clark's own newspapers in Montana quoted him as saying, "I would rather flood my mines than recognize the union." Clark claimed he hadn't really said that. He would sign with the union, but not with the IWWs (Wobblies) who controlled it. So William A. Clark hated the Wobblies. Jesse W. James hated the Wobblies enough to execute fifty of them in Utah a year later.”

(The Black Book)
Jesse James was one of his Names

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