Archive for the 'labor' Category

10 January, 2017

Posted by Socrates in communism, communism in America, jewed culture, Jewed labor, jewed politics, labor, labor unions, right-to-work states, Socrates, unions at 5:35 pm | Permanent Link

It’s about time. Labor unions raped America two-fold: 1) they bankrupted all of the factories, and 2) they financed dozens of liberal political programs (via union dues money) in most of the American states. Trivia: two Jews built America’s labor union network. Samuel Gompers pioneered the labor part and Sidney Hillman pioneered the political part. […]

25 December, 2014

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, Jewed labor, jewed politics, labor, labor unions, Socrates at 3:15 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: the Jew, Samuel Gompers, father of the labor union movement in America) Great. First, labor unions caused prices to rise, which eventually led to job outsourcing overseas, and also bankrupted General Motors. Then the unions shrank the labor pool, even in non-union states, if you can believe that [1]. Now the unions are going […]

15 May, 2014

Posted by Socrates in Big Business, Big Labor, labor, pensions, retirement, Socrates, stock markets, stocks and bonds, Wall Street at 5:06 pm | Permanent Link

This article is from 2008, but nonetheless, I did not know that a significant percentage (60%) of worker pension plans are tied into the stock market, which is basically a gambling network. If anything bad happens in the stock market, your retirement savings could be in serious trouble. [Article].

15 February, 2014

Posted by Socrates in Big Labor, jewed culture, jewed politics, Jewed workplaces, labor, labor unions, leftists, liberals, mafia, Socrates, The South at 9:27 pm | Permanent Link

Well, boo-hoo. Questions: why did General Motors go bankrupt? Why do many things in America (like groceries or tools) cost 20% more than they should? Why have many American jobs gone off-shore? Answer: labor unions. Not only do they make things cost more, but they artificially shrink the labor pool in union states (and even […]

11 May, 2011

Posted by Socrates in Arizona, conservatism, conservatives, democracy, democrazy, dispossession & destruction, illegal immigration, immigration, immigration bills/laws, jewed culture, labor, liberals, Mexcrement, Mexico, Mexinvasion, Socrates at 1:16 pm | Permanent Link

What’s that old saying? “No good deed goes unpunished.” In a democrazy, retards can vote, so it’s possible that Russell Pearce will be recalled. By the way, it isn’t just liberals and Mexicans who dislike Pearce. Some conned-servatives don’t like him, either, for various reasons, e.g., laws such as SB1070 would dry-up the cheap, Mexican […]

1 March, 2010

Posted by Socrates in "civil rights", 'human rights', labor, labor unions, leftism, leftists, liberalism, liberals, Mexcrement, Mexican heroes, Mexican mentality, Mexinvasion, Socrates at 6:22 pm | Permanent Link

Never mind “Si se puede.” How do you say “stupid White people” in Shitskin? [Article].

15 December, 2008

Posted by Socrates in Big Labor, jewed culture, jewed politics, labor, labor unions, Socrates at 2:12 pm | Permanent Link

Jews have an unusual talent for pioneering movements that pit gentiles against each other, and big labor is an example of that. Now that the automobile industry is in financial trouble, let’s revisit the topic of who made labor unions into what they are today: [Here]. More about unions: [Here].

4 October, 2008

Posted by Socrates in economics, economy, free trade, globalization, Jew World Order, labor, NAFTA, nation-building/nation-wrecking, New World Order, NWO, outsourcing of jobs, Socrates, sovereignty, work at 7:29 pm | Permanent Link

Free trade – i.e., unlimited competition – causes job outsourcing. Free trade is, by default, anti-White. It undermines White sovereignty by being anti-protectionist. It gives unnatural advantages to the third-world at the expense of Whites. It dooms family-owned businesses. Free trade will aid and abet one-world government by helping to internationalize everything: business, education, law […]