Unions Kick International Corporations while they are Down
From the Trenches World Report
November 25th, 2012
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byÂ Henry Shivley
According toÂ Fox News, labor unions are trying to kick US businesses while they are down.Â This is of course referring to theÂ Black FridayÂ walkout of the Wal-Marte mployees.Â Number one, Wal-Mart employeesÂ are not unionized, and number two, to suggest that the multi-national franchise of Wal-Mart is being kicked while it is down is beyond ludicrous.
Wal-Mart, like the rest of theÂ international franchises, has been making record profits all through thisÂ depressionÂ and prior to their destruction of millions ofÂ small businessesÂ across our country, people who worked in department stores made a living wage.
I do not care for the socialist unions, but to say that Wal-MartÂ employeesÂ do not have a legitimate gripe flies in the face of logic.Â These people are working forty hours a week and are receivingÂ food stampsÂ because they qualify forÂ food stampsÂ at the same time the owners of Wal-Mart made $16 billion in profits last year.Â Doesnâ€™t this mean that the middle class taxpayers are subsidizing Wal-Martâ€™s workforce in that they are paying for theÂ food stamps?
We have seen franchiseÂ restaurantsÂ like KFC being burned in countries in the Middle East.Â There is a reason for this and that is that these franchises come to town and run the localÂ small businessesÂ out of business by the selling of inferior goods made even cheaper through collective wholesale purchasing.
Now that these franchises have taken over in the United States, we find ourselves buying the lowÂ qualityÂ goods at the same price we used to pay for top of the line.Â And of course those employed by theÂ internationalÂ sweat shops are only given enough to subsist upon in conjunction withÂ food stampsÂ asÂ compensationÂ for their labor.
If we cared anything about this country and truly rejected socialism, we as consumers should have boycotted Wal-Mart onÂ Black FridayÂ in support of the non-union workers endeavoring to make Wal-Mart pay a living wage and stop forcing the rest of us to subsidize their labor force throughÂ food stamps.
But then that would have taken a unity in purpose being carried out by individuals and unfortunately the way things stand now, we are too self-centered and self-indulgent to help our fellow citizens help us and things are not going to change until all among us recognize theseÂ internationalÂ slavers for what they are.
God bless the Republic, death to theÂ internationalÂ corporate mafia, we shall prevail.
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