UNIFOR , the real danger they, and other unions represent to the safety of this country

Meow everyone. If there was ever a time that it was important for law enforcement and intelligence agencies to pay attention , THIS IS IT.

 

Several months ago, I wrote about the merging of two major unions in Canada, the CAW and CEP unions , merged into one super union called UNIFOR. I stated then how enormous a problem this merger will be and why. Before you continue reading this article, you NEED TO READ THIS FIRST      as this article explains in detail what exactly I am talking about in my above statement.

 

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It appears that my concern was fully justified and when you read this    you will see the seriousness  of the problem this merger  has just become.  Here is the screen shot of the article in question for those who wish to screen save it for quick reference.

 

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Now, allow me to dissect this article and its full implications  with respects to what I see as the danger they are about to pose to the safety and security of Canada. Now as you continue on with this article, keep in mind several very key events coming up in short order. In 2014, Toronto will be hosting  World Pride. In 2015, Toronto will be hosting the Pam Am games which second only to the full Olympic games and lastly, it is quite possible the Officer  Forcillo from Toronto Police services  will be going on trial around that time for a recent police shooting. Oh, yes, how could I forget, the World  Junior Hockey Championships  are also  being held in Toronto and Montreal that year and 2017. Concerned yet? You better be.

 

The first area of concern here should be that this new super union will boast a membership of over 300,000 members, many of those not actually even being employed by the auto industry or the paper industry. Indeed, as they state, membership would be open to anyone who wants to join.  this is an open invitation to just about every ultra left wing radical and anarchist to join and get union protection.   We know already that the President  of the CAW was in Sarnia not to long ago  to support an illegal blockade  of a railway line, a blockade that was attended by some of the most dangerous and best known  criminals in Canada .

 

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So now, time to move on to point number two . As shown in the screen shot from the article by rabble , about 10% of the union dues are to be allocated to organizing. At a membership number of 300,000 and suggesting that each of those members pays dues of fifty dollars per month, that works out to a monthly income of fifteen million dollars ( $ 15,000,000.00 )  per month payable to the union. Now multiply that by twelve and we arrive a number of one hundred and eighty million dollars  ( $ 180,000,000.00 ) per year . So based on THEIR number of about ten percent of that going to organizing, a number that is arrived at being then eighteen  million dollars  ( $ 18,000,000.00 ) a year , one can start a world war with far less than that .  pay close attention to this quote from the article :

 

” … A union that is militant, outward looking, engaged politically and willing to work with progressive people outside the labour movement is exactly what we need to motivate a new generation of activists. … ”

 

It is very clear that this union is looking to become militant in its actions and wants to recruit so called  new activists. We need not have to look to far to see what kind of activists we have around today. Remember as well that it was the unions who funded to Occupy Movement here in Toronto to further UNION agendas,  and have bodies on hand and at the ready,  for a potential major labor dispute that threatened this city. It is , therefore, not a  stretch to suggest that with the major events I have outlined in the not too distant future, the unions are organizing NOW and using whatever means are available to them to recruit  new members. As I said and will say again and again, PAY ATTENTION as we are in for a major  uprising and the unions will be funding this.

 

Now, the unions claim they care about our communities, yet, as we have seen time and time again, they say one thing but do something vastly different. With that eighteen million dollars they have to spend on organizing each year, imagine what GOOD they could do if that money was used to build  geared to income housing for persons with disabilities as one example.  But nooooooo, they would rather take that money and use it  to recruit ” new activists ” .  imaging the jobs that could be created with that kind of money for young persons , persons who are not employed, persons with disabilities, senior citizens looking to work. REAL  issues are not even on the unions radar, militant actions, however, are at the forefront.

 

This makes me wonder about a much larger issue. When this union merger was announced at the CUPE convention,  union radicals like Sid Ryan were quick to pounc on the opportunity for , yes, you got it, another photo op. In fact Irwin Nanda and Nancy Hutchinson  were right in there as well, sporting their new UNIFOR t-shirts of course. So Sid, can we then, cont on you as well to take up a far more militant stance  to further your pathetic union causes and agendas?

 

 

 

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Will your waterboy Joel Duff show you the ropes in worthless activism as he did while at the CFS , doing NOTHING for students who paid his salary ?

 

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I referred to the rabble article several times here in this story, but one thing I want to draw everyone attention  to is something as disturbing at the article itself, the author and more so who he is writing for.

 

” …Gary Engler is a vice-president of CEP Local 2000. He is also a co-author of the recently released New Commune-ist Manifesto — Workers of the World It Really is Time to Unite, a rewriting of the original designed to spark debate about a new direction for the Left and union movement. For more information go to www.newcommuneist.com   … “

 

Sorry Gary, but the only way communists are taking over  my country  is over my dead body . Far too many of us wore a uniform  proudly to serve our country and protect our freedoms and democracy to have  it over run by communists who are there to oppress everyone under them. … NOT ON  MY WATCH ……..

 

This then goes to the discussion of another point that needs to be addressed., Bill C-377 ,  an Act to amend the Income Tax Act (requirements for labour organizations).

 

” …It’s very important to realize that public disclosure of union finances has been in place there for many years in Britain, France, Germany, the United States and Australia.  This bill would bring Canada’s financial transparency regime for labour organizations into line with that found in many other progressive jurisdictions.  … “     Senator Nicole Eaton

 

We need to take whatever steps we can to break these unions, to ” bust them ” so to speak as they clearly want to be disruptive, in my opinion. Unions have no place in our society any more. Here are what real people say about unions and what they are really worth :

 

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I will be compiling a detailed list of union activists and union organizers,   and will be following them very closely. It is time that these unions are  reined in  and made as extinct as the dinosaur.  So , to you union leaders and  so called  union activists or union organizers  guess what, you just made it to my camera lens , I am now watching you .

 


9 Responses to UNIFOR , the real danger they, and other unions represent to the safety of this country

  1. Avatar The Hammer
    The Hammer says:

    This is a necessary for UAW and CEP move as labour unions are a dying relic. The UAW is suffering badly as their factories have been shutting down that means loss of lucrative jobs and union dues. In my area there are three big auto assembly plants. All owned by Toyota and all non-union. The UAW has been trying to get into Toyota for years and always fail miserably. It is cute to see them out on the side of the road trying to pass out union propaganda to employees as they leave the parking lot. And you can always spot a UAW worker (Aristocrat) when you see them passing out their crap. They always have on faded blue jeans, a plaid shirt and work boots.

    Only a small minority of Toyota workers have any interest in unionizing and it is hard to blame them. Jobs at the UAW (Big 3) factories in Ontario have been shrinking for years. Additionally when their is a slowdown in production UAW factories ask for concessions and lay people off. Meanwhile Toyota has only increased employment in Ontario (Used to be only one factory) and they do not lay regular employees off. I have a friend working for them. Back when they shut down production for a week because of a recall issue they did not lay anyone off. They offered voluntary unpaid time off to production employees. However you could still go to work and get paid to pain and clean the factory if you wanted.

    Additionally our economy has changed. Unions have been stuck in the mindset of the industrial revolution which we have long past. My area was once a major center for medium industry. Factories have been closing like crazy over the last 20 years. However the economy remains strong as the area has reinvented itself a major tech center and center for high tech manufacturing.

    These unions have to make this change or they too will end up dying like old industrial cities.

    • Avatar undercoverkity
      undercoverkity says:

      Hello Hammer and thank you for your very insightful comment. In fact, your comment is proof positive that unions are not needed and unwanted. Your comment also shows that it is in fact union greed and the self entitlement attitude they take, that is the real cause of a failing economy. Thank you for your comment.

  2. Avatar Downotowner
    Downotowner says:

    Kity, unionized workers on average are better paid than non-unionized workers in the same line of work and have better job security and benefits. If you’re seriously asking workers to forego that because of your personal political agenda I’m afraid you’re deluded.

    • Avatar undercoverkity
      undercoverkity says:

      hello Downtowner and thank you for your comment. i have no political agenda. What i do want to see are unions become extinct so that EVERYONE can have a fair chance at good employment, as opposed to the nepotistic hiring approach they have in place now. Any one , person, or government that is willing to take the step of getting rid of unions is good in my books. thank you for your comment.

      • Avatar Downtownter
        Downtownter says:

        Kity, if you look at the stats you’d realize that as unionization rates go down so do wages in real terms. “Abolishing” unions is a route to low paid work. If you were honest with your readers you’d admit you do have a political agenda. If that agenda was successful it would mean worse conditions and worse pay for everyone (unionization even improves wages in non-union workplaces as employers increase wages to try to persuade workers not to form a union – that incentive disappears when unions don’t exist). Wages in “right to work” states (ie states where “closed shops” are banned) are lower than union friendly states for a reason.

        • Avatar undercoverkity
          undercoverkity says:

          Hello Downtowner and thank you for your comment. Respectfully, I disagree with your comment. If we abolished unions, it would mean the n that EVERYONE would have an equal chance to getting jobs, not just those who are either connected to unions or ” know some one ” there. Unions are filled and rife with nepotism and corruption. However, this too bring to mind another arguement that needs to be addressed. If , as you suggested, union offer better jobs, are then not actually advocating for greater inequality between the rich and the poor? By getting rid of unions , I postulate that we can then be one huge step closer to equality, fairness and greater employment for ALL, not just those who have a brother or other family member on one of these places. As always, thank you for your comment.

          • Avatar Dandelion
            Dandelion says:

            Kitty, you don’t get it. They’re better jobs because they’re unionized. If the unions get smashed the conditions at those same jobs will deteriorate, workers will lose many benefits and could face pay cuts (something my friend is facing at her non-union job) so getting rid of the unions won’t give everyone an equal chance to get good jobs, it will give everyone an equal chance to get crappy paying jobs.

  3. ..WE ARE UNIFOR..

    UNITED WE BARGAIN, DIVIDED WE BEG..

    “UNIFOR LOCAL 4266”..

    “STRONGER TOGETHER”

    • Avatar undercoverkity
      undercoverkity says:

      … and together, I hope you , as well as and your leaders will be under a very powerful microscope by every law enforcement and security agency in Canada and USA.