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Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Thugs disrupt labor freedom meeting.

The Freedom Foundation sponsored an event last Thursday in Vancouver, WA.  A number of thugs showed up to disrupt the meeting. The disruptors worked for their union bosses, trying to promote pro-fascist control of union labor. (Fascism is a control method used to control individuals by expansion of top-down control.  The union bosses fit this model perfectly.)

At least two anti-workers rights (blindly pro-union) protesters were arrested.  The protesters got in the way of those trying to park outside.  Inside, the protesters refused to debate and instead screamed at event attenders and carried on like cranky children.

The event featured Vinnie Vernuccio, a labor policy expert from Michigan’s Mackinac Center for Public Policy.  Vernuccio discussed state labor reforms that empower workers to decide whether or not they wish to participate in and support unions.


When workers want to unionize, that is their right. Workers lose their right to unionize if they are forced into a union that does not represent their view. Forced union membership or dues paying only serves the union bosses, not the individual worker.

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