19 February, 2011

Union Politics Shuts Down Wisconsin Capitol

Posted by Socrates in Big Labor, jewed culture, jewed politics, leftism, leftists, Roosevelt, Socrates at 2:49 pm | Permanent Link

Roosevelt staffer and labor-union “co-godfather” Sidney Hillman, a Jew, pioneered the idea of using labor unions – especially union money – for political purposes. So today, unions and left-wing politics are inseparable, like two peas in a pod. Thanks, Sid! Hillman must be smiling in his grave now as union political power closes down the Wisconsin legislature:

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  7. 16 Responses to “Union Politics Shuts Down Wisconsin Capitol”

    1. Blackshirt Says:

      I’m disappointed in you, Socrates. You seem like a fairly intelligent guy, why you would side with big Jewish corporations and “right wing” windbags like Rush Scumbaugh against anything labor related makes me suspect you of being a CONservative with a racist bent, and not a racial revolutionary.

      Unions aren’t the problem, JEWS and their white collaborators are the problem. The union and labor movements brought you a 40 hour work week, the end of child labor, and workplace safety laws. Now I know that Conservatives hate the labor movement with a passion, but this is because it keeps them from maximum exploitation of their workforce and from making maximum profits since the corporations have to spend some of those profits treating workers fairly.

    2. Virgil Says:

      Those 14 state senators deserve to be drawn and quartered. Democrats and unions are hopelessly anti-white and are thus worthy of being obliterated!

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      Working at the taxpayers’ expense is a privilege, not a right. Government employees should not have unions to represent them. They have had it too good for too long, with their 30 day annual paid vacations, job security for life, big fat pensions and 3 hour long coffee breaks. No one in the private sector has anything like that. And those scumbag politicians always cave into the public employee unions’ exorbitant demands because they need the unions’ votes and campaign contributions.

      If it was up to me, I’d abolish all public employee unions first thing on Monday morning…with .50 caliber machine guns ready to rip into the first overpaid, under-worked government pencil-pusher, paper-shuffler or clock-watcher who dares to approach the barbed wire.

    4. Leviticus Jackson Says:

      Unions per ce are not the problem. One of the problems with the American labor movement is that it has been infiltrated and has been turned into a political action and money making machine. In Germany, the unions and management work together and hardly ever is there labor strife. Germany still has a very strong manufacturing base and has managed to absorb East Germany and provide all of its citizens and foreign workers with free medical care and paid vacations that only the very senior management of American corporations get. Contrast this to the United States where you have management and unions as enemies and the unions get “concessions” from the management through threats of strikes and possible violence on the picket lines. Labor relations in the United States are no better than the “protection rackets” that existed in Al Capone”s time in Chicago! It could be said that one of the reasons that American labor is so radical is because of the violence that the “Robber Baron Capitalists” meted out to early union organizers at the close of the 19th century. Germany went through much more violent periods than what happened in the United States in the past one hundred years so that couldn’t be much of a valid reason for Germany’s labor peace either. Could it be that a certain man with a moustache who is known to have done a bit of “ethnic cleansing” might have had something to do with it? It couldn’t be, we have been told that nothing good has ever come out of that man. How could he have been in any way responsible for the labor peace in Germany today? Make up your own mind on this. http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/2010/01/

    5. Leviticus Jackson Says:

      Unions per ce are not the problem. One of the problems with the American labor movement is that it has been infiltrated and has been turned into a political action and money making machine. In Germany, the unions and management work together and hardly ever is there labor strife. Germany still has a very strong manufacturing base and has managed to absorb East Germany and provide all of its citizens and foreign workers with free medical care and paid vacations that only the very senior management of American corporations get. Contrast this to the United States where you have management and unions as enemies and the unions get “concessions” from the management, through threats of strikes and possible violence on the picket lines. Labor relations in the United States are no better than the “protection rackets” that existed in Al Capone”s time in Chicago! It could be said that one of the reasons that American labor is so radical is because of the violence that the “Robber Baron Capitalists” meted out to early union organizers at the close of the 19th century. Germany went through much more violent periods than what happened in the United States in the past one hundred year, so that couldn’t be much of a valid reason for Germany’s labor peace either. Could it be that a certain man with a moustache who is known to have done a bit of “ethnic cleansing” might have had something to do with it? It couldn’t be, we have been told that nothing good has ever come out of that man. How could he have been in any way responsible for the labor peace in Germany today? Make up your own mind on this. http://www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com/2010/01/

    6. Muhdickenstein Rex Says:

      I’m a janitor right now, before that a night-stocker, before that a burger-flipper, before that a dishwasher, before that a picker of trash, before that it was incinerating barrels of rancid hog-lard in the middle of summer. I have sold my plasma and aluminum cans, never one CENT of dole. I have cheerfully mowed lawns, gutted trailers, lofted hay, shovelled snow, lived off of condiment packets, slept in the restrooms, walked to my shifts every day and night, competed for overtime, refused all sick days, fainted once from 3 months of 54 hr. weeks on this lovely regimen, and where I wonder, is my “advocacy group”?

    7. Waldo Starr Says:

      It looks to me like the first shot in fighting for the scraps left by the Jews has started. Let’s see, the Jews have eviscerated our financial systems with untenable debt, and now they get the people fighting each other while they head for the doors. Are Jews smart or what?

    8. Howdy Doody Says:

      Leviticus Jackson Says:

      19 February, 2011 at 6:27 pm
      Un-quote

      Mr. Jackson, much fo the cherry ratings on this blog are by burn smelly old NPR loving POS’s, NKVD’s and flat out jooos IMO

    9. mrcrouton Says:

      The teachers should shut the hell up and be thankful they have jobs.

      With the internet, all you need is to have the best teachers filmed doing a course on whatever they’re teaching and put it on You Tube for free.
      And so the internet is making teaching obsolete. All you need are testing centers and tutors. No reason to pay for some goofball immitating good teaching a 100,000 dollars a year when you could watch the best teacher over and over again on You Tube.

      Why is it that every other job or industry that becomes outmoded goes to the wayside, but for some reason we all believe we must have public schools (which by the way are a plank of the Communist Manifesto)?

      Time to liberate the taxpayers and start closing down the public schools. Who needs a bunch of leftist assholes who go along with the politically correct agenda telling four years olds about the pleasures of homosexual sex, handling our kids all day anyway?

      Screw the teachers, close the schools down, and give me my tax money back! Freedom from the public school tyrants!

    10. Waldo Starr Says:

      I wonder why my post from last night has not appeared yet, is it still being moderated, what ever that is. I wasn’t too hard on the Chosen, I only said that while the working stiffs are fighting over the scraps left by the Jewish Wall Street and banking crowd, the Jews are silently heading for their next host. This is only the first shot. We must all fall in line with the propaganda from the JewTube that the unions have bankrupted this great nation and we must despise those firemen, policemen and especially teachers who have bankrupted this once great nation. If any of you really believe that drivel I have a wonderful opportunity as FEMA camp guards waiting for you. Hurry, the line is getting pretty long and Uncle Schamuel is in a hurry to fill those positions.

    11. M. Kraus Says:

      Nothing that Scott Walker does is actually praiseworthy. He is no friend of working class White people; he is a scumbag like most other politicians. I don’t see any good coming out of this situation, regardless of how it’s resolved. Waldo Jackson is correct: this is the first shot. These Republicratic scum will not stop at public employee unions: they’re coming for you, White bricklayer, steamfitter, electrician, plumber, delivery driver, carpenter…and everyone else who is in any kind of labor union.

      Look at the pictures of the protests in Madison, and notice that the crowd is almost all White. Niggers and spics work in the public sector. Where are they while their White coworkers are demonstrating? They’re doing the same thing they do on the job: taking it easy while Whitey does the hard work. Don’t think for a minute that these White public employees have an easy time of it. They have to do their own jobs, as well as take up the slack for their “equals”.

      Jews set up, Jews knock down, Jews make money all around. Public sector or private, it makes no difference. Jews, as a tribe, win. WE lose.

    12. M. Kraus Says:

      Pardon me, Waldo Starr, not Jackson. It’s hard to read when I’m choking on my own bile.

    13. morris wise Says:

      It`s easy for the state to hand out benefits, but it`s cruel to take them back. Wisconsin now wants to reduce it`s contributions to pensions and health care coverage. Try cutting down the amount of food given to your dog and you will understand why the dog and Wisconsin workers are angry.

    14. morris wise Says:

      It`s easy for the state to hand out benefits, but it`s cruel to take them back. Wisconsin now wants to reduce it`s contributions to pensions and health care coverage. Try cutting down the amount of food given to your dog and you will understand why the dog and Wisconsin workers are angry.

    15. Tim McGreen Says:

      Well around here (in the liberal northeast) there are a lot of public school janitors always slipping away during school hours to work “under the table” at some other jobs, or DPW employees who use town vehicles to drive around on personal business or to drive themselves to and from their “under the table” jobs while still on the clock. And then they rake in tens of thousands in overtime pay every year and retire with several government pensions. And the only reason most of these clowns get such cushy state and town jobs is because they “know someone” at City Hall. The bastards don’t even have a 7th grade education but they make more dough than a lot of guys with Masters’ degrees.

      The taxpayer funded gravy train must be permanently derailed. (Sorry, but that’s the only railroad metaphor I could come up with on short notice.)

    16. Waldo Starr Says:

      Why are my comments being withheld? This is the second time in two days that my comments have not appeared, the one did appear 24hrs later, and I am now beginning to suspect a motive. I hope I am wrong.