Mob Action, Intimidation and Thuggery the Al Capone Way? Are Union MEMBERS Pawns and Communists by Proxy? Example…..Wisconsin.



First off, the Unions USED to represent its members.

Then came the infiltration of Alinsky mob tactics, intimidation and eventual thuggery  (Saul Alinsky “studied” mob tactics through Frank Nitti of the Al Capone mob) . The upper echelon of the Unions are the highest paid, protected squad in the unions.

A MOB (Mafia) Cosa Nostra chart:

Cosa Nostra Chart



The Communist Party USA lauds the Unions in America and Internationally.  They celebrate the workers through the celebration of International Worker’s Day (May 1st).

Do Union members realize they are considered Communists by Proxy?


May Day and the Communist Party:

The Communist International, inheritor of the best traditions of the revolutionary proletarian movement since Marx and Engels published the Communist Manifesto in 1848, carries on the traditions of May Day, and the Communist parties of the various capitalist countries call upon the workers each year to stop work on May Day, to go into the streets, to demonstrate their growing strength and international solidarity, to demand a shorter work day – now the 7-hour day – without reduction in pay, to demand social insurance, to fight the war danger and defend the Soviet Union, to fight against imperialism and colonial oppression, to struggle against race discrimination and lynching, to denounce the social-fascists as part of the capitalist machine, to resolve to build their revolutionary unions, to proclaim their determination and iron will to organize for the overthrow of the capitalist system and for the establishment of a universal Soviet Republic.


Norman Thomas, the darling of the capitalist press, announces to the world in a recent book that he has brought forth a new kind of socialism, a socialism without Marxism. It has been tried before. An abler man than Thomas, Eduard Bernstein, tried to de-Marxianize Socialism more than thirty years ago. He knew better, however, than to go as far as Thomas goes in his claims. The German pioneer in this he’d only wanted to “correct” Marx, to “bring him up to date.” The American, Thomas, knows no halfway measures. He not only “revises” Marx, but abolishes him altogether, without, however, injuring Socialism thereby, as S. P. leaders declare.

Norman Thomas and the class-collaborationist Socialist Party which he represents today perhaps better than anyone else, stand exposed before the workers of this country as the betrayers and open enemies of the only Socialism that means workers’ rule, the Socialism of Marx and Lenin, the Socialism for which the Communist Party fights, the Socialism that is being built by the victorious workers and peasants in the Soviet Union today.


Don’t believe it?  How Many CRIMSON RED flags can you see at the May Day /International Workers Day Parades?

WHO or WHAT do you think that flag represents?

What song do you hear Union members sing?

“Solidarity Forever”

The Little Red Songbook was first published by a committee of Spokane, Washington locals in 1909,[1][2] (It was originally called Songs of the Workers, on the Road, in the Jungles, and in the Shops—Songs to Fan the Flames of Discontent.)[3] It includes songs written by Joe Hill,Ralph ChaplinT-Bone Slim, and others. The early editions contain many of the labor songs that are still famous, such as “The Red Flag,” “The Internationale,” and Solidarity Forever.” Thirty-six editions were published between 1909 and 1995.



Original Lyrics

When the union’s inspiration through the workers’ blood shall run,
There can be no power greater anywhere beneath the sun;
Yet what force on earth is weaker than the feeble strength of one,
But the union makes us strong.
Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
Solidarity forever,
For the union makes us strong.
Is there aught we hold in common with the greedy parasite,
Who would lash us into serfdom and would crush us with his might?
Is there anything left to us but to organize and fight?
For the union makes us strong.
It is we who plowed the prairies; built the cities where they trade;
Dug the mines and built the workshops, endless miles of railroad laid;
Now we stand outcast and starving midst the wonders we have made;
But the union makes us strong.
All the world that’s owned by idle drones is ours and ours alone.
We have laid the wide foundations; built it skyward stone by stone.
It is ours, not to slave in, but to master and to own.
While the union makes us strong.
They have taken untold millions that they never toiled to earn,
But without our brain and muscle not a single wheel can turn.
We can break their haughty power, gain our freedom when we learn
That the union makes us strong.
In our hands is placed a power greater than their hoarded gold,
Greater than the might of armies, magnified a thousand-fold.
We can bring to birth a new world from the ashes of the old [Emphasis added]
For the union makes us strong.


Modern lyrics

Since the 1970s women have added verses to “Solidarity Forever” to reflect their concerns as union members. One popular set of stanzas is:

We’re the women of the union and we sure know how to fight.
We’ll fight for women’s issues and we’ll fight for women’s rights.
A woman’s work is never done from morning until night.
Women make the union strong!
It is we who wash dishes, scrub the floors and clean the dirt,
Feed the kids and send them off to school – and then we go to work,
Where we work for half men’s wages for a boss who likes to flirt.
But the union makes us strong!

A variation from Canada goes as follows:

We’re the women of the union in the forefront of the fight,
We fight for women’s issues, we fight for women’s rights,
We’re prepared to fight for freedom, we’re prepared to stand our ground,
Women make the union strong.
Through our sisters and our brothers, we can make our union strong,
For respect and equal value we have done without too long,
We no longer have to tolerate injustices and wrongs,
For the union makes us strong.
When racism in all of us is finally out and gone,
Then the union movement will be twice as powerful and strong,
for equality for everyone will move the cause along,
for the union makes us strong.

The centennial edition of the Little Red Songbook includes these two new verses credited to Steve Suffet:

They say our day is over; they say our time is through,
They say you need no union if your collar isn’t blue,
Well that is just another lie the boss is telling you,
For the Union makes us strong!
They divide us by our color; they divide us by our tongue,
They divide us men and women; they divide us old and young,
But they’ll tremble at our voices, when they hear these verses sung,
For the Union makes us strong!



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Now to tie it ALL together:


March 29, 2012

By Tiffany Gabbay

As the three phases of “Political System X” run their course, Glenn Beck touched on the “mob-tactics” of Saul Alinksy being brought to bear in the mainstream arena — particularly where Wisconsin is concerned.

As Beck noted, Saul Alinsky turned to thugs to bring mob tactics into daily American life. His “approach to social justice,” in the words of the Washington Post, would come to rely on “generating conflict to mobilize the dispossessed.”

Mob tactics say: We will destroy your life, your family, intimidate your children and destroy your business unless you acquiesce. Beck drew correlation between this and the current landscape.

“This is exactly what is happening in Wisconsin”:

For those who haven‘t followed the state’s news closely, Wisconsin is fast-becoming what many consider ground-zero for union “thuggery.” A growing list of lawmakers, business owners and regular everyday employees are reporting they have been subject to any number of union-led pressure-tactics devised to secure collective bargaining rights and other benefits currently under review. The price for non-compliance? Go out of business…or worse.

Most are likely familiar with Governor Scott Walker, who faces recall on June 5 over his stance on public employee union reforms. Walker and the GOP majority, of course, ended the union’s compulsory dues, curbed bargaining rights, enacted pension and health care contributions and, above all, gave workers the freedom to choosewhether to join a union or not. Michelle Malkin noted:

The Walker reform law helped prevent massive layoffs in public education by saving tens of millions of dollars in bloated benefits bills. Ending the state union monopoly on teachers’ health insurance plans allowed dozens of school districts to switch their coverage to more competitive bid.


Needless to say, members of the Wisconsin State Employees Union, AFSCME Council 24, are none too pleased.

Glenn Beck Slams Union War on Wisconsin and Scott Walker

But Walker isn’t the only leader to come under fire. Three of the state’s GOP legislators — Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald, Sen. Van Wanggaard and Sen. Terry Moulton — also face recall and Sen. Pam Galloway is poised to step-down — a move the left applauds as it will leave the state legislature deadlocked. Another target is embattled Tea Party candidate Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch. A small business woman, mother of two and cancer survivor has worked on economic development, reaping “untold dividends” for the state. If ousted, the move would mark the first-ever recall of a lieutenant governor in American history.

But lawmakers are obvious targets. How are everyday civilians feeling the effects?

Businesses must display a pro-union sign in their windows…or else:

Imagine you are a small business owner and are approached by AFSCME Council 24 and told to display a pro-union sign in your store window stating:”We support workers rights.“ There is no option to remain ”neutral.” If you do not comply, the union will organize protests and stage an ongoing boycott of your store until you are out of business.

That is the grim scenario being faced by small businesses across the state.

Members of AFSCME Council 24, have begun circulating letters to businesses in southeast Wisconsin, warning that they will face a boycott if they don’t support collective bargaining for public employee unions by displaying a union sign in their windows.

The letter states:  ”Failure to do so will leave us no choice but (to) do a public boycott of your business…And sorry, neutral means ‘no’ to those who work for the largest employer in the area and are union members.”

Jim Haney, the outgoing head of Wisconsin Manufacturers & Commerce, a pro-business lobby, said the union effort was appalling. And he said the campaign would backfire.

“It’s kind of like the old protection racket,” he said. “ ’If you have the right sticker, we won’t break your knees.’ This is beyond the pale to force a small-business person to choose when they want to stay neutral. But that isn’t good enough.”

Fired for carrying a pro-Scott Walker sign in your vehicle? 

An employee of a Janesville, Wisconsin custodial company says she was fired for carrying a pro-Scott Walker sign in her car.

According to reports, 68-year-old Mary Taylor, who works for Diversified Building Maintenance, was on assignment at Whitewater High School — where her car was parked — when company officials learned that school faculty were discussing the sign. A supervisor then allegedly asked Taylor if she was willing to remove the sign or be assigned to another building. According to reports, Taylor regused both options and was terminated, only to be reinstated shortly thereafter.

Diversified Building Maintenance told the Journal Sentinel it planned to have Taylor back to work the second week of March. Whether she will ever be allowed to return to Whitewater High School remains unknown.

“Who complains about a bumper sticker?” Beck asked incredulously. “And who actually takes someone seriously when someone complains about a bumper sticker?”

“This woman was fired because she didn’t subscribe to union mentality… Oh, wait, she did get her job back but was moved to a different building.”

So for putting a bumper sticker on her car she was fired, re-hired and it is she who has to pack up her desk in shame and move?

This goes straight to the heart of reinforcing negative stereotypes about “evil conservatives.”

Issues arise over wearing a pro-Walker t-shirt at a Wisconsin bar:

Just this week a group of six visited Rox’s Bar and Grille in Pewaukee after spending the day at a pro-Walker rally. One of them was wearing a “Scott Walker is My Hero!” t-shirt.

According to a previous Blaze report, roughly an hour-and-a-half after arriving, as the group was on their way out, the same bouncer who had checked their identification at the front door then allegedly tod them that because of the Scott Walker shirt, they were no longer welcome to return. The bar owners, however, maintain that no member of the group was told not to return, only to refrain from wearing political or offensive t-shirts next time in order to “keep the peace” of the bar.

While there has been a showing of support for the pro-Walker group, one wonders what the backlash would be against the bar if someone wearing a pro-union shirt was told the same thing.

Even Wisconsin high school students are getting involved: 

Upon entering the rotunda in Madison while in town for a basketball game, students of Sheboygan Lutheran High School encountered a pro-union protest taking place. Instead of retreating, however, the students rallied in unison as they chanted “stand with Walker” in order to drown out the union protesters.

Series of videos chronicles left-wing intimidation and scare-tactics: 

The Workforce Fairness Institute is chronicling a series of left-wing pressure-tactics, including showing up at political adversaries’ homes to harass and intimidate them and their families. The video is featured below for reference and paints a disturbing picture. Caution, strong language contained:

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More here………..


PAY ATTENTION TO THE SONG the UNION TEACHERS ARE SINGING IN PROTEST IN WISCONSIN RECENTLY and the rebuttal of Lutheran High School students chant in return:

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Richard Trumka (AFL-CIO) — The Eddie York Slaying

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Richard Trumka ~ “Forget About the Law” ~ Union Bosses ~ White House Advisors

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Andy Stern 2009 SEIU

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Jimmy Hoffa Jr. Teamsters Union President

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Obama’s “Army”?


Occupy Union Busters: Solidarity W/ Presby’s Inspired Life Nursing Home Workers

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After their “demonstrations”, the ultimate intimidation wordage used by Unions is:

“We’ll be back”………..


Is it TIME for the American citizens for individuality, liberty and freedoms to support Gov. Walker and the GOP Senators from Wisconsin to send a message to the Unions?

The recall elections against Gov. Walker of Wisconsin and the GOP Congressional members for the State of Wisconsin is scheduled for June 5th, 2012.

Is it TIME for the citizens of the State of Wisconsin to STAND UP against Union bullies and intimidation?


An Interjection HERE to the VOTERS of Massachusetts:

Vet the Democrat Candidate:

Elizabeth Warren   <<INFO HERE by clicking blue link

Elizabeth Warren, in a 1% Wealth Position in America, Can’t Have It Both Ways. “Left” Side of her Mouth Bloviates, yet “Right” Side of her Mouth Silent




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