Constitution Party of Wisconsin Chairman Riley J. Hood Talks About Unions in Latest Newsletter

PARASITES

 

“What mean ye that ye beat my people to pieces, and grind the faces of the poor? saith the Lord God of Hosts.” (Isaiah 3:15)

 

By Riley J. Hood-CPoW State Chairman

 

What is a “Union?” It can mean a joining of organizations or churches, informally such as a Baptist Union. Most often, “da union,” means a “workers union.” After all, in Russia, a“soviet” was a “workers union.” What about America? The average socialist in Milwaukee, at least; would say it is there to promote “collective rights,collective benefits and collective bargaining.” There is something about the word “collective” that has an appeal to the backward peasant culture that socialism breeds. After all, if you are a leaker, what better way to get ahead,than to take someone else’s earnings and vote them into your pocket?

 

So now that I have let you know my view of unions, and union big-mouths, why have I entitled this article about unions, “Parasites?” Simple,workers unions are parasites. Think about it. Wages are usually worked out between employer and employee, yet the union rep is neither. The union doesn’t own the company, doesn’t assume the responsibilities of running that company,and doesn’t have to turn a profit. On the other hand, the union doesn’t work for the company, isn’t paid by the company, doesn’t have to produce, and once again-doesn’t have to turn a profit. The union rep isn’t a worker; he is an agitator, posing as a worker. The union is an unproductive parasite, which feeds itself off union dues and threats of extortion.

 

Ever notice how “da union” never argues for more productivity, they argue for ways to pay people for not working. “Da-union”protects substandard workers from getting fired, and thus they promote mediocrity. Instead of focusing on work related issues, they promote socialism and socialist candidates. Using such methods, the parasite usually kills its host. When the company goes out of business, and the employee is standing in the soup line, “da-union” isn’t out on the streets.

 

Now we come to a particularly virulent parasite, “da government workers unions.” When parasites prey on the private sector, and the host dies, that means unemployment. When the parasites prey on governments, it means conscientious civil servants turn into a bloated, arrogant, oppressive nobility class, demanding ever increasing taxes to satisfy their greedy demands. Their employer is the tax-payer, who is supposed to deal with the employee, the civil servant; through his constitutionally elected representatives. Then along came an unelected, self-appointed representative, a parasite: the government workers union. AFSME and company are the biggest leeches of all. Added to all their other evil deeds, they undermine the principle of “No Taxation without Representation.” The citizens never voted in AFSME to speak for them.

 

What happens when these parasites kill the host government?In the first stages, all private industry is taxed out of existence. The people are taxed out of their homes, and poverty will be rampant. The next stage is complete insolvency, which paves the way for the destruction of state and national sovereignty. If Wisconsin or America doesn’t get taken over by one of our enemies immediately, it will mean a breakdown of government and or anarchy. Unions may have the right to exist and promote their ideas under the freedom of association, but they do not have the right to destroy people’s lives to pad their own pockets. It is high time these parasites be shown the door. The way to destroy them is to stop providing a host body for them to feed off of. These agitators would have to go out and work a job, like the workers they purport to represent; they will have to be socialists on their leisure time and their own dime.

 

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin

PO Box 070344

Milwaukee, WI 53207

1-877-201-2441

www.constitutionpartywi.com

 

 

 

 

 

8 thoughts on “Constitution Party of Wisconsin Chairman Riley J. Hood Talks About Unions in Latest Newsletter

  1. Deran

    Classic fascist sort of prattle. Where does this imbecile imagine trade unions came from? They were created by sorking people seeking exactly what he finds so loathsome; strength in numbers in the face of the vast powers of capitalists and the government they own. Trade unions were how we had that post-WW2 prosperity – the corporations and teh wealthy were heavily taxed and strong labor unions insured that a great deal of the surplus value they created was distributed equitably to them.

    It puzzles me why the CP resists its fascist impluses and just goes ahead and subsumes itself into the American Freedom Party. Is it a matter of too many leaders not willing to share the podium at the party rallies?

  2. Krzysztof Lesiak Post author

    Deran, no person with their head screwed on straight would ever suggest that the CP should somehow band together with the AFP. There is a fundamental difference between the parties. The CP welcomes all people, while the AFP is exclusively white nationalist.

  3. Deran

    The CP are crypto-fascists, fascistsbut uneilling to own up to it. The CP supports all the sorts of policies the AFP supports, but dressed up so they don’t sound so hitlerian.

    anti-nonwhite immigrants, forced reeducation based around the “Bible”, enforced return to male supremacy over women, death to homosexuals and “communists”, etc., authoritarianism as a leadership style for the US. On and on. The CP just won’t own up to their George Wallace roots.

  4. Rod Stern

    Some of them are like that, but not all. Many are closer to Ron Paul style conservative-libertarian hybrids.

  5. Cody Quirk

    Deran, the CP doesn’t advocate that in their platform- as poorly worded as it is. Plus there are plenty of ‘non whites’ in the CP that certainly share much of what Mr. Hood is talking about, including Southern Area Chairman Ricardo Davis- whom is African-American.

    In fact, the CP would be opposed to much of what the AFP advocates, especially on the race issue.

  6. Rod Stern

    ” Where does this imbecile imagine trade unions came from? They were created by sorking people seeking exactly what he finds so loathsome; strength in numbers in the face of the vast powers of capitalists and the government they own.”

    Those unions got co-opted by the government process which mandated government-recognized and regulated unions bargaining with government-licensed, regulated and frequently subsidized corporations, under government rules. There are still some wildcat unions out there, but very few.

    Even those private sector unions are mostly gone, having run much of the domestic manufacturing sector overseas. What remains are mostly government unions, existing in an endless loop of parasitic tax-sucking while devoting a large share of that tax loot to lobby for ever more of the same.

    ” Trade unions were how we had that post-WW2 prosperity – the corporations and teh wealthy were heavily taxed and strong labor unions insured that a great deal of the surplus value they created was distributed equitably to them. ”

    Surplus value? What is this nonsense?

  7. Cody Quirk

    It’s obvious that Deran’s politics are certainly far out in Left field.

    I admit, labor unions used to be a good thing and actually stood up for the American worker and their rights at one time… Not anymore; the majority of them have become corrupted and under the control of the Democratic Party and their lapdogs- they are no longer the protectors of the working man and woman that they used to be, many decades ago.

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