27 October, 2007

Organized Labor in America

Posted by Socrates in Big Labor, business, capitalism, economy, history, jewed culture, labor unions, Socrates at 5:52 pm | Permanent Link

Labor unions – as we know them today, at least – probably wouldn’t exist if not for two Jewish labor activists: Samuel Gompers (1850-1924) and Sidney Hillman (1887-1946). Those men could be called the “architects” of organized labor in America. Other powerful, Jewish labor figures were David Dubinsky (1892-1982) and Jackie Presser (1926-1988) [1].

About the auto-worker contract talks: [Here].

[1] Dubinsky on a magazine cover: [Here]

  • 7 Responses to “Organized Labor in America”

    1. AB Says:

      And yet it’s not that unions are bad per se. There’s nothing wrong with workers organizing as the Nazis and others understood. Often, those who oppose unions are either Big Business/open borders proponents or their middle class wannabe rich toadies. What’s wrong is when the labor movement is co-opted just like today where it’s completely subservient to the Democrats.

      BTW, here’s another example of sell-out Americanism unionism, this time suck-pooping for Israel:


    2. Wolf Says:

      U.S. labor leaders are denouncing British union support for a boycott of Israel.

      No mention is made about the totalitarian law prohibiting US companies and labor unions from boycotting Israel.

      According to the Then Department of Commerce web site:

      “Criminal penalties for each “willful” violation can be a fine of up to $50,000 and imprisonment for up to ten years.”

    3. radical white boy Says:

      Most of the unions appear to be in bed with the treasury robbers…. Union Gov’ment employees and gov’ment contractors unions that always push for more taxes to satiate their lust for socialism !!! Look no futher than the postal Union and it’s Affimative Action loving Niggers !!!

    4. Olde Dutch Says:

      If Gompers were alive today, he would be at home at “American Renaissance”. LOL.

    5. Coup d'Etat Says:

      Jews do what they do best — destroy a nation.

    6. Stronza Says:

      The main thing wrong with unions is that the individual worker can’t opt out in any meaningful way, if a certain percentage of his coworkers decide to sign union cards for organizing the workplace.

      If there was total freedom in this matter, there would also be “freedom to work” laws. If you don’t know what that means, that phrase refers to the right for some employees to join, and others to not join and this latter group would therefore not strike just because the unionized ones are. At present, they are called scabs.

      Liberty, where unions are concerned, works as well as anything else, and probably better. It is governments who force unionization (that may be unwanted by a goodsized portion of the workers.) At whose behest? Ah, I won’t say. “Liberals”, maybe.

    7. Zarathustra Says:

      The question about labor unions is almost moot. No more than 10% of American workers belong to unions anymore and most of those are Government employees. But I think working at the taxpayers’ expense is a PRIVILIGE, not a union-guaranteed right.

      In principle, unions are a good thing. But they were started by Jew subversives, controlled for decades by mick and dago mobsters and are now dominated by left-wing, anti-White, Internationalist types.

      A whole new labor/management model will be needed in post Jew/Capitalist America.