Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Former SEIU Official Reveals Secret Plan To Destroy JP Morgan, Crash The Stock Market, And Redistribute Wealth In America

The Democrats have adopted the platform of the 1940's Socialist Party and support the actions of unions.  This story is, then, no surprise.  
When read with the recent union organized demonstrations in Madison, Wisconsin, in mind, this story is truly chilling.  In Wisconsin we saw a union-organized minority, supported by the Left Stream Media, cause millions of dollars in damage to public buildings because public sector unions were being curtailed.  They called it a "right," of course, but collective bargaining in the public sector cannot be considered a right.  What they really want is union control of politicians and to get that they quickly resorted to thuggery and fraud.

Now we have a report that a former SEIU official, Stephen Lerner, has a plan to foment economic terrorism in the United States under the banner of income redistribution.  Clearly this plan is tied to the ultimate union goal of taking control of production away from those who invested and built the factories and turning it over to the workers.  Does that sound like Communism to you?   It should, because it is.  And it should come as no surprise.  There are union leaders currently in office who are very proud of their socialist beliefs.

Private sector union membership is down and is reported to be the lowest since the 1930s quite possibly because most Americans are well enough educated to realize that what unions do best is collect dues.  There are, of course, some industries where unions are still strong.  Auto manufacturing is one that comes to mind.  Trucking is another.  Service employees is another.  The only place where unions are experiencing growth, however, is in public sector unions and they view that area as a very real pot of gold.  There are some very good reasons for that:  1) Unions don't have to negotiate against profits for benefits and salaries because no profit is expected;  2) Unions negotiate with either with managers who are also government employees and who have no stake in limiting union benefits or with officials whose election they paid for and who will not deny "reasonable" increases; and,  3)  The government has deep pockets because all it has to do is raise taxes to get more money for the negotiated benefits.  It's a win-win situation for the unions and a lose-lose situation for the American taxpayer.

Our only recourse is that public sector unions must be totally outlawed if we are to preserve our nation.  Those in control of those unions do not have the best interests of the nation in mind.  They are only concerned with having access to public money with which they can grow rich and control politicians.

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