Arlen Williams
America still suicidally ignorant, as Ohio shows
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By Arlen Williams
November 10, 2011

It has been a gross failure for America's governors, including Wisconsin's Scott Walker and Ohio's John Kasich, not to make it utterly clear that collective bargaining for public workers, who are forced to join unions led by Marxist revolutionaries, does the following in present day America:

  1. Drains the lifeblood of these workers and taxpayers' money through union dues, to feed essentially socialist candidates (regardless of the ideologies of our public employees) who in turn perpetuate and accellerate the vicious cycle of steps 2 and 3:

  2. Destroys the wealth of this nation, from free, rational and sensible, value-building private circulation, to the false economy of state controlled, neo-Marxist collectivism (now given the deceitful name of sustainable development)

  3. Blows up budgets through increasingly unsupportable pensions, Saul Alinsky and Cloward-Piven -style, in order to overburden and collapse our republican government, for the purpose of fomenting neo-Marxist revolution (see Europe and the planners of the "Occupy" movement in America)

This is how a present day, Marxist, anti-American revolution works.

And not being told the truth of it all, clueless America instead feeds from the disinformation of our fifth column Marxstream media, union bosses, and subversive neo-Marxist and leftist dupe politicos. Case in point, from this report of the Washington Post:

    Issue 2 falls, Ohio collective bargaining law repealed

    Posted by Rachel Weiner at 09:38 PM ET, 11/08/2011

    Ohioans voted Tuesday night to repeal a Republican-backed law that restricted collective bargaining for public workers, a victory for Democrats and labor organizers both nationally and in the state.

    AP has declared Issue 2 (as the law was called on the ballot) dead. As of this writing, with about 75 percent of precincts in, repeal led by a whopping 62 to 38 percent margin.

    Gov. John Kasich (R) took office in January vowing to curb unions' power. But he appears to have overstepped his hand in curtailing the rights of 350,000 public workers — including firefighters and police officers — to negotiate over benefits, equipment and other issues.

    continues

It is a gross failure also, for the entire Republican Party, the Tea Party, and for many independent conservatives.

So why not tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? So, would you not be helped by God?

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Arlen Williams

Arlen Williams is the founder of The Sovereignty Campaign (SovCam.org) which is vetting U.S. Senators and candidates on their support of America's essential governing principle: truly self-empowered popular sovereignty under God, with state and national sovereignty to guard it. He also publishes and edits Gulag Bound, revealing critical threats to the freedom sovereignty affords.

Contact him at AW@SovCam.org

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