Discover the realities of Maine SEIU & Forced Unionism

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Bruce Libby
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Thank you MF.

Thank you MF.

Moving Forward
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Here's another thing you

Here's another thing you deserve to understand, Matt, and I'll even provide a good example to help you understand this fact:
--> Certain public-sector labor unions/PACs like SEIU are spending our dues/fees on purely political activities that clearly violate our rights under the First Amendment.

--> Example:

Matt, do you now understand why Forced Unionism should indeed be outlawed on the national level in our USA?

Sonny Laymatina
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Matt, do you now understand why Forced Unionism should indeed be outlawed on the national level in our USA?

What MF?

Don’t you understand that forced unionism makes the revolution possible?

“According to Vladimir Lenin, the purpose of the vanguard party is to establish a dictatorship of the proletariat; supported by the working class.” ---Wikipedia

So unions have to take your money from you for your own good!

This allows union leaders to sit in the sedan chairs we carry so that they can think for us.

Because all we do is work while they have the harder job of thinking.

And once they capture the government they will need time to think some more for us.

They will do this in the quiet and regal comfort of their government paid for dachas.

dacha [dah-chuh] noun 1. a Russian country house or villa.

That way they’ll be far from the maddening cries of famine starved workers.

Who like drone bees will have to be sacrificed for the good of the hive.

Any one who questions this is counter-revolutionary and so must be purged.

Everyone else will just have to doublethink that forced dues are voluntary!

doublethink is the act of holding, simultaneously, two opposite, individually exclusive ideas or opinions and believing in both simultaneously and absolutely. Doublethink requires using logic against logic or suspending disbelief in the contradiction. The three slogans of the party — "War Is Peace; Freedom Is Slavery; Ignorance Is Strength" — are obvious examples of doublethink.

Anyone saying different is just a pro-worker fraud.

Now shut up and pay up or it's off to the re-education work camps for you!

Sonny Laymatina
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The Maine State Employees Association, Local 1989 of the Service Employees International Union, a progressive and dynamic statewide member-run labor union representing over 13,000 public and private sector workers in the State of Maine, is accepting applications for the position of Executive Director.

Once again MSEA is in search of a “leader” who’ll do as he or she is told.

Just keep the money coming in from the members.

And going out to SEIU and the Democrats.

Don’t even think about putting members first.

Continue cutting services and extracting dues (as you raise them of course).

In that sense MSEA is a success.

For some people anyway.

So why should they mess up such a good thing for themselves?

That is why they are more likely to bring back Moe, Curley and Larry.

Before they would ever even think about putting members first.

Therefore all real Trade Unionists should beware of this job trap.

Sonny Laymatina
Last seen: 21 min 59 sec ago
Joined: 04/23/2009 - 9:04pm


Annual SEIU salaries:

Now you can believe what SEIU says about being pro-Union....because they are.

They're just not pro-workers.

Just read this passage from a biography of Mao Tse-Tung during the Long March of 1934-1935:

"The rank-and-file, in turn, voiced bitter feelings about the way their leaders had abandoned the wounded, and turned ordinary soldiers into 'sedan-chair bearers' for the VIPs and their wives. This charge - that Mao and the other leaders had 'sat in sedan chairs' all through the March - was the sorest issue of them all. A Long Marcher told us how angry the ordinary soldiers had felt: the leaders 'talked about equality, but they all lounged around in litters, like landlords. We talked in whispers...' The soldiers were told that 'the leaders have a very hard life. Although they don't walk, nor carry heavy loads, their brains and everything have it much rougher than we do. We only walk and eat, we don't have cares.' Not surprisingly this low-level sophistry failed to assuage the rank-and-file."

---Mao: The Untold Story by Jung Chang and Jon Holliday, Random House, New York (2005) at p.156.

Sound familiar?

Try and name any Maine State government SEIU'd worker who gets paid like SEIU "leaders".

You can't because there aren't any, instead they just ensure SEIU "leaders" get paid like that.

The workers once again just hoist the sedan chairs for SEIU "leaders".


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