AOC's Ridiculous Word Salad Over Israel Funding Vote
Bonus: Nick Cruze on the Nabisco Frito Lay struggle
Nabisco and Frito Lay Unions Sell Out Workers
"On September 8, the most recent contract offer by Mondelez International, Nabisco’s parent company, to the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM) nominally expired. In-person talks are set to resume between Mondelez and the BCTGM on Monday. However, the so-called “negotiations” will not be between two adversaries. Rather, they will be strategy sessions between the company and its union “partners” over how to secure the company’s demands for major concessions, in line with the BCTGM’s sellout of the recent strike at Frito-Lay in Topeka, Kansas."
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^3000US citizens have no real political representation.
We don't live in a democracy. And our freedom is disappearing fast.
I don't want to be ruled by hypocrites, whores, and war criminals.
What about you? Time to push back against the corporate oligarchy.
And its multitude of minions and lackeys.
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