posted on Jan, 5 2012 @ 07:46 AM
reply to post by thehoneycomb
Also this being the end result. I seriously find it hard to believe Rockefeller wasn't involved. But I digress, what operations did Rockefeller
and his clan take part in the attacks?
Same here. Although I can't tell you how exactly Rockefeller was involved, it's dificult to imagine the governor of Colorado acting unilaterally
without consulting Rockefeller on the matter.
Keep in mind that the coal mine was riddled with labour spies. Hard to believe Rockefeller could have been out of the loop at any point. Two years
later, the National Guard shot 3 Standard Oil (NJ) strikers to death - I sense a pattern.
Violence seems to be a commonality among union members of all kinds. Violence and intimidation.
On the flip side of the coin we have the Mohawk Valley formula
which calls for
agitators. I'm not saying union workers are incapable of violence by themselves, but how many of these people are actually labour spies or paid
So far, you've tried to establish a possible motive for elite support of labour unions, but you are yet to provide any evidence in support of your
theory. No other posters have yet been able to see any connections either. Do you have any facts/stats to support your contention that unions destroy
the middle class? Any direct evidence of the elite class supporting labour unions?
IMO, union organizers and capitalists were and remain natural enemies.
This might be helpful:
Timeline of labor issues and events
The point is that the elite recognize that they can not realize their own pipe dream utopia without someone to provide goods and services. The
unions provide goods and services of many types, in fact they target corporations or companies for the goods and services they lack. In return for the
goods and services, union members are payed healthy dues, sucking the money from the government tit so to speak. The Unions don't mind because they
collect dues and elect a democratic union supporting President like say Obama, who is in bed with the Unions and so its win win.
To me, this paragraph is completely nonsensical.
I really can't comprehend what you are trying to say here.
Why would the elite class care about raising the middle class' standard of living? Did they do anything to banish slavery or serfdom? To the
contrary, they fought tooth and nail to keep both of these institutions. Traditionally, the elite class' strategy has been to pit the middle class
against the lower class.
I really can't see how unions suck any money from government coffers in the context you've provided above. Can you expand on that?
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