When the unions decide they are going to terrorize businesses and private citizens to get their way, there is only one thing left to do, FIGHT BACK! We have all been awakened to the thuggery of unions and therefore, we can no longer pretend they are part of the fabric of America. They have created conditions on the ground that call for a level of participation by We The People to stop them in their tracks. These people are not about liberty, they are all in on tyranny and that means, quite like the Democrats, they want to change that which makes us great, I for one will confront them, will you? The SEIU Is Filled With Thugs
In the past decade, unions have become increasingly desperate to obtain new dues-paying members. An example of how desperate can be found in a 70-plus-page intimidation manual from the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), which only recently came to light in a pending court case.
The new union tactic is to use pressure on corporate boardrooms as a means of organizing entire companies nationwide rather than recruiting workers on a site-by-site basis; in short, to organize employers rather than employees. To create this pressure, unions attempt to push businesses to the edge of bankruptcy, with little regard for the welfare of employer and employee. They attempt to strong-arm businesses into agreeing to take away the secret ballot for employees in union-organizing elections via card check. They also try to force employers to restrict their own speech on union issues so that workers will not get both sides of the story on unionization. Among the SEIU’s demands is that employers agree to bargain only with it, to the exclusion of all other unions, regardless of what workers want.
SEIU is in federal court defending itself against charges of racketeering and extortion filed by one of its unionizing targets, the catering company Sodexo Inc.Sodexo’s court discovery recently revealed an SEIU “Contract Campaign Manual” on “Pressuring the Employer.” Union pressure is nothing new, but what SEIU recommends is not limited to organizing drives and strikes. Rather, the pressure takes the form of a so-called corporate campaign, whereby the union allies itself with outside third parties to raise intimidation to a new level.
I will admit to thinking during the 80s and even into the 90s that when the unions were going after major corporations, I would say, that’s right treat them well; but the truth is I was asleep and was part of their “look for the union label” feel-good crap. What they do is criminal in my mind and the sooner they are destroyed the better off this Country will be. The unions and their leaders have taken what should have been a good thing and turned it ugly, but isn’t that what Democrats do with everything?