Thursday, August 13, 2009

UNIONS' SECRET PLAN EXPOSED TODAY: EMPLOYEE FREE CHOICE ACT WILL DESTROY A FREE AMERICA

NOTE: THIS POST WAS UPDATED AT 5:26 P.M. AUG. 13 (SEE BOTTOM OF POST)

AMERICA HAS GASPED ITS LAST BREATH. YOU ARE NOW WATCHING THE CONVULSIONS OF AMERICA CHOKING ON AN ABUNDANCE OF WELL-PLANNED POLITICAL PROPAGANDA. WHAT WILL YOU DO?

Although we have been warning people about it since 2006, today, the AFL-CIO is confirming what we have been saying all along: the devilishly-dubbed Employee Free Choice Act is intended to lead to one-party rule.

Finally, now that union bosses have gotten their political puppets in the White House and Congress, the AFL-CIO is openly stating that there has been a plan all along to reshape the American economy and destroy the Republican party in one-fell swoop: through passage of the Employee Free Choice Act.




The Secret Plan to Defeat the Right Forever
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Modernizing the nation's labor law is critical to expanding union membership—which in turn, will ensure conservatives become a permanent minority, as newly-empowered workers actively engage in political action and demand a new way of doing the nation's business, like creating an economy that rewards Main Street and not just Wall Street. The freedom to form unions and bargain is critical to the progressive movement—when workers have the tools they need to build a better life, they have the power to improve their communities and the solidarity to make progressive political change throughout the nation.

Learn about the critical efforts to protect workers and expand union membership, like the Employee Free Choice Act, and the union movement's efforts to reform labor law.

Find out how the progressive movement has fought for labor law reform and what the next steps are, as well as how you can work together with unions online and in your community to get pro-worker bills passed and support pro-worker candidates.



Unfortunately, too many on the so-called Right (and even those who consider themselves independents and moderates) have failed to see the correlation between EFCA and one-party rule.

The Democratic Party has become the de facto Labor Party in the Unites States and the leaders in that party are determined to end free-market enterprise.

Until Americans understand this basic premise and unions are exposed for being the socialist-pushing organizations that they have become, Americans will continue to be 'hood-winked' and 'whip-sawed' by single issues of the moment.

AS YOU WATCH AMERICA GO THROUGH THE CONVULSIONS OF A CHOKING NATION, YOU CAN DO ONE OF TWO THINGS: EITHER STAND IDLY BY AND WATCH HER DIE, OR YOU CAN GET UP AND HELP FIGHT THE UNION ASSAULT ON THIS COUNTRY.

If you are interested in doing more to stop the union assault on America, here are some things you can do to start:


  1. Forward this blogpost on to those you know;
  2. Become a subscriber to LaborUnionReport.com here to become better informed about today's unions and their tactics;
  3. If you are Linkedin member, join the LaborUnionReport.com Group here;
  4. Visit 1-888-NO-UNION.COM and learn more about today's unions;
  5. Learn about and join the S.H.I.E.L.D. Network; and
  6. Help educate others.

WE'VE BEEN WARNING ABOUT THE UNION PLAN FOR ONE-PARTY RULE FOR MORE THAN THREE YEARS. IT'S UP TO YOU TO HELP STOP IT.

UPDATE:

Following a response from a reader who was seemingly angry by our inference that EFCA and Communism are tied hand-in-hand, we offer the following (all excerpted from the Communist Party USA website).

Endorsement of the Employee Free Choice Act

Labor Upfront: Special New Year Edition – For a New Year of Progress & Struggle

Passage of Employee Free Choice also sets the stage for important struggles around healthcare, education, the environment, immigration reform, saving people's homes, mass transit, aid to states, cities and rural areas, and other critical needs. All of these struggles blend with, and are complimentary to, Employee Free Choice. And in turn all of these domestic struggles are central to reordering our nations priorities away from war and global dominance towards world cooperation and peaceful problems solving. Yes, we think it will be a very good year of struggle for labor.

Revolt with a Vote

This fight is winnable, and there is an actual strategy to win, a strategy that consists of more than playing at revolution and calling for chaos in the streets. Right now the elections are the most critical form of struggle; this is where we have the best shot of finally breaking the back of the ultra right. Afterwards, we will continue to build a united movement that can work to establish a real electoral alternative, and eventually to challenge the system overall.

[Emphasis added.]

5 comments:

  1. This is, quite frankly, inflammatory garbage. I am a labor and employment attorney who has represented businesses for nearly 25 years.

    I am opposed to EFCA for several reasons, but not because I think it is communist, will destroy America, or the like.

    The NLRA could stand some improvement, but this bill does not cure the ills and instead deprives employees of the very free choice its name touts.

    But one would have to be blind not to see that many of the social justice positions advocated by Democrats as quoted above (e.g., "healthcare [reform], education, the environment, immigration reform, saving people's homes, mass transit, aid to states, cities and rural areas" represent much-needed change, will not destroy free enterprise, and certainly will not destroy America.

    They may destroy America as we know it, a nation with magnificent wealth only miles from places where people live third world quality lives.

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  2. George:

    While you may disagree with the "inflammatory" nature of this post, you are ignoring the unions own rhetoric on the topic:

    "Modernizing the nation's labor law is critical to expanding union membership—which in turn, will ensure conservatives become a permanent minority, as newly-empowered workers actively engage in political action and demand a new way of doing the nation's business, like creating an economy that rewards Main Street and not just Wall Street. The freedom to form unions and bargain is critical to the progressive movement—when workers have the tools they need to build a better life, they have the power to improve their communities and the solidarity to make progressive political change throughout the nation."

    A re-ordering of the free-enterprise system is the end goal, to align America with the more socialized European nations. As an example would be the "participative management" system in Germany, where unions sit on the boards of companies. We have already seen this with the auto industry.

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  3. The free-enterprise system, with conservative Republican leadership, has brought us to the brink. Previously independent voters like myself (who voted for Reagan once, for Bob Dole, and for a Bush twice) now identify as liberal Democrats because we feel the business class has betrayed the country and the change needed involves reducing inequality and improving the standard of living of all.

    There may well be an emerging majority that is not afraid of the word "socialism," with many having grown up post-cold-war. Many don't think the European way is so bad. Many more young people have traveled physically or in cyberspace, and will not buy simplistic jingoistic put-downs of the Europeans.

    That doesn't make me pro-union; and I don't think stronger unions are a needed part of the solution to our problems. To the contrary, for example, I blame the UAW for a good deal of the auto industry's woes.

    I do have confidence that if management and unions are able to present their cases fully and fairly prior to an NLRB-administered election, employees will make the right decision, whatever that is for their own situation.

    That means an environment free of coercion from either side, a secret ballot, and prompt resolution of unfair labor practice charges with meaningful penalties for all violations. I don't favor mandatory interest arbitration, but would favor mandatory mediation. Terms and conditions should be negotiated based on mutual interests to achieve win-win for the long term, rather than based on threatened or actual use of strikes (that sometimes include non-economic coercion and violence as well).

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  4. In the matter of employment, supply and demand should be allowed to operate just as it should in all other matters of the market. The labor unions introduce the use of force to upset the conditions of supply and demand. Since the late 1930s their use of force has been condoned and enabled by the federal government. This upset of the market simply results in fewer jobs being made available and interferes with the right of many to work and or many others to offer employment.

    The unions also seek out already created wealth to appropriate. They take companies which have been built up by hard working and thoughtful owners and effectively takeover the rewards of income and security once those companies have become successful. This is the essence of socialism when combined with the use of governmental force to accomplish the theft.

    Fundamental to my American right to life, liberty, property, and the pursuit of happiness is the right to work. The product of my work is traded to others as they see fit to choose it. From these voluntary trades, I can secure my life, exercise my freedoms, acquire and build property to secure my life and to pursue my happiness, and I can live my life in accordance with my own chosen values in the pursuance of my happiness. Employers have the same right that everyone else has. They have a right to offer employment and others have the right to either accept employment or to refuse it. They have the right to choose to be self-employed as well. No one has the right to differentiate those who offer employment from those who accept in the law. This should be seen as a clearly unjustified discrimination. Enslaving business owners to labor unions or forcing them to be unpaid tax collectors and record keepers is clearly wrong.

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  5. I imagine Dr. Anderson also opposed the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and similar legislation restricting employer rights to make employment decisions on whatever basis they wish. Perhaps arguing that discrimination is against a business's interest in making use of the best available labor, so companies that discriminate will lose out economically to those that do not. This argument was made and fortunately did not prevail.

    I'm not sure what use of force Dr. Anderson believes has been been "condoned and enabled by the federal government."

    Unions have used threats and coercion and even violence, most often against unsympathetic employees ("scabs").

    That, however, is strictly illegal, and the NLRB has been quite active in pursuing charges of such conduct, though it is often hard to pin on the union -- as opposed to individual perpetrators, who may have actually committed crimes.

    If Dr. Anderson refers to government condoning strikes, by making the right to strike a fundamental tenet of labor law, I would say that the NLRB and courts have been very careful to counterbalance that "economic weapon" with employer weapons such as lockouts and temporary or permanent replacement.

    The essence of American labor law is not forcing companies to give up anything, but forcing them to bargain in good faith, execute a written contract if and when agreement is reached, and honor any such agreement. No "force" involved. No deprivation of freedom involved. And this typically only after a democratic, majority-rule election for union representation, which a company is likely to lose, especially these days, only because it has failed to practice good employee relations.

    Again, I am surprised to find myself writing something that may make me appear to be an apologist for unions. I am not. But I do believe extreme views that are not properly supported by fact should not go unanswered on the Internet.

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