More Union Socialism, With A Helping Of Racism

LaborUnionReport continues on in shining the light of truth on that socialist gathering in NY.

Take, for example, Dante Strobino. Strobino is an organizer in North Carolina for the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America (better known as the UE) as well as a leader with Raleigh F.I.S.T. Strobino sees the use of African Americans in the South as crucial to establishing world wide socialism. And, if you haven’t figured it out by now, Strobino is also a true believer in Marxism

Of course, using African Americans to overthrow an economic system…this wouldn’t be considered racist at all, would it?

The man is a union organizer, a socialist, a racist, and a practitioner of victimology. That goes well with Black Liberation Theology, SEIU (Andy Stern), AFL-CIO, ACORN, George Soros, etc, ad infinitum.

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  2. “The man is a union organizer, a socialist, a racist, and a practitioner of victimology. That goes well with Black Liberation Theology, SEIU (Andy Stern), AFL-CIO, ACORN, George Soros, etc, ad infinitum.”

    Dante’s father lost his job, and Dante’s teenage life was uprooted.

    Now because of that experience, Dante wants to reorganize everyone else’s economic and personal lives and institute Marxism in the United States, in the name of something he calls social justice. [Reading between the lines it is apparent that social justice for most leftists consists of guaranteeing annoying persons access on demand to the lives and productive efforts people who don't wish to grant it to them; and not merely something like handing the former hirelings the keys to the plant and telling them to run with it.]

    Looks, based on his own comments, like Dante is ultimately trolling for violence and confrontation; and hopes that when he finally succeeds in getting it directed his way, his white skin privilege will not spare him.

    We can only hope that when he gets his wish, he finds the experience as fulfilling as he expects.

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