posted on Dec, 22 2012 @ 10:32 AM
reply to post by zedVSzardoz
I'm sorry if that was not your intention but that state of confusion was my inference from the references to New York and the phrase "no single more
corrupt entity in all of existence than the Spanish workers unions besides maybe Wall Street brokers". In any case you did lose me with the general
"evil communists" diatribe based in archaic US mentality (You should watch the new Oliver Stones Untold History of the United States a bit leftist
himself but the show is well balanced and shows most of the major points that shaped the the US after WW2). Take notice on the part about the US
"The freaking communists" not only attempted to help fight Franco, Hitler and Mussolini on the Spanish Civil war (the prelude to WW2, that the US
refused to help, even if many US heroes managed to so) but the USSR ended up wining WW2, not the US as propagandized. The level of effort from the
USSR had no comparison)..
That single statement has null value it goes beyond the rest of your slanted generalizations.
You put all unions in the same basket, blame the unions not the legal system or politicians that create the laws that permit any abuses and then
compare them with another over generalization (and incorrectly in my view, I can come up with a lot of better targets).
You should be pointing the finger to the US firms and the system those brokers work on, that is the US pro-capitalistic system and again the law and
politicians that create them. Heck most of the damage in Europe was created by the US rating agencies the same that still favor the dollar but
consistently failed to notice (or were even directly involved) the corruption at home.
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