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    Tuesday, April 04, 2006

    We Will Force You To Comply Or Else


    Although there is no country that exists with 100% socialism many countries have programs, especially when it comes to labor, that are by their very nature socialistic. To start let's see what is the real goals of the socialistic unions, taken directly from a socialist website:
    the working class must organize consciously and politically for the conquest of the powers of government, national and local, in order that this machinery, including these forces, may be converted from an instrument of oppression into the agent of emancipation and the overthrow of privilege, aristocratic and plutocratic.
    Hmm - "organize", "conquest of the powers of government" (overthrow), "converted" (to socialism). Get the picture?

    The usual extortionist union: "We will force you to comply or else people will suffer".

    FRANCE
    France has a high unemployment rate even though they have strict labor laws. Over there it's pretty much once you're hired you have a job for life - especially if you land a civil service job. To help employ more young people the government wants to relax their strict labor laws so companies can hire people and for two years, be exempt from the socialistic labor rules. That's why there are riots - people, whether qualified or not, want paychecks for life. From the recent Economist:
    Tuesday was the culmination of a seven-week protest against the contrat première embauche, a private-sector "first job contract" for the under 26s, known in France as the CPE. It was devised by Mr de Villepin to try to combat mass unemployment in France, which touches 23% of young people, and one in two of those living on the rough housing projects in the banlieues or suburbs.

    The idea was to encourage employers to create jobs, particularly for ill-qualified youngsters living on such estates, by giving them a two-year trial period during which flexible redundancy rules apply, after which full job protection kicks in. Students, however, denounced the measure as "institutionalising insecurity" and victimising the young. What started as a student-led anti-CPE protest has since broadened into a symbolic stand-off with Mr de Villepin: a pre-emptive protectionist strike.
    Over at A World To Win, a socialist group, they don't hide their perspective:
    Our perspective should embrace the removal of these worthless governments and a campaign for alternatives to corporate globalisation based on social ownership and not-for-profit production.
    The usual extortionist union: "We will force you to comply or else people will suffer".

    Sttuttgart, Germany
    Tens of thousands of factory workers staged brief walkouts in Germany on Tuesday, the country's largest industrial union said, underlining its demand for a 5 percent pay hike ahead of fresh talks with employers.

    The IG Metall industrial union estimated that more than 95,000 people walked off the job or staged protests at 289 companies across the country -- among them 15,000 DaimlerChrysler AG workers who went home early, temporarily halting production.

    The usual extortionist union: "We will force you to comply or else people will suffer ".

    New York, New York
    A garbage carting union responsible for collecting about a third of New York's commercial refuse walked off the job early yesterday morning, raising fears the city could become ensnared in another pungent strike.

    The usual extortionist union: "We will force you to comply or else people will suffer".

    Atanta, Georgia
    Delta pilots union to vote. The pilots union is scheduled to finish a strike authorization vote on Tuesday among Delta's 6,000 pilots. The vote is aimed at giving union leaders the authority to call a walkout if the two sides cannot agree on a contract.

    The usual extortionist union: "We will force you to comply or else people will suffer".

    Denver, Colorado
    Denver coping with transit strike. With no new contract negotiations scheduled, striking workers rallied outside closed Regional Transportation District strations. The RTD operated about 45 percent of its normal bus service schedule Tuesday, but light rail operations were shut down.

    The usual extortionist union: "We will force you to comply or else people will suffer".

    Liberals are the puppets of unions - remember that when you vote!

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