Wake Up America; Our Labor Unions are Linked to the Communist Party U.S.A.

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The Communist Party USA (CPUSA) is a Marxist-Leninist political party in the United States, established in 1919. As the chief official communist party in the USA for most of the 20th century, it has a long, complex history that is often inter-layered with the simultaneous histories of similar communist parties worldwide, as well as with the U.S. labor movement generallyClick on the link to read the rest of the Article:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Communist_Party_USA

Do you see what is unfolding right before your very eyes?  Do you see the connection of the Obama Administration and Labor Unions with the Communist Party?  I would like to think you do and yet I have to ask you.

Where is the Outrage?

As Americans it is time for us to Speak Out on this Outrage and demand the News Media begin reporting the Truth of what is going on in our Country and with our Labor Unions.   It is also time for the News Media to begin reporting the Truth on what is going on within the Obama Administration, along with our Government.

Yes, it is time for the Media to begin to act like Journalists.

Holding them accountable once and for all and forcing them to set aside their Ideologies for the sake of Honest Journalism. Remember, we have the power to turn them off just as we have the power to vote out our corrupted Officials.

It is time for us to demand that our Elected Officials denounce Socialism and Communism in all of its forms here in the United States.

Stand up America and fight for your Freedom.

Demand an end to this Socialist/Marxist/Communist movement in America and hold those who are responsible, accountable!  If we don’t take a stand now, we will most certainly find ourselves and our Children living under this:

America, We can no longer afford to act like this

I am an “American” free to speak without fear, free to worship in my own way, free to stand for what I think right, free to oppose what I believe wrong, or free to choose those who shall govern my country. This heritage of freedom I pledge to uphold

Our Featured Commenter of the day award goes to Roxannadanna


roxannadanna | March 12, 2011 at 11:25 AM | | Edit

I’ve run into a lot of people who now proudly claim to be socialists. It always makes gives me that jaw drop response. And maybe that’s what they want. But I really do wonder if they know what they are claiming to be.
I think the unions have overplayed their hands and over stayed their time and they are on their way out in most states. They have had a big hand in putting us in the financial mess we are now in and bear a great deal of the responsibility for what happened to the auto makers and Detroit. (That is one of the saddest places I’ve ever been to.)
But the biggest problem in shaping public opinion has been to misname them. The public unions are GOVERNMENT UNIONS. These are government employees who work for us. To the average Joe, a union is a union. This is not the case, at all. And do we all want to give them better, cushier retirements at OUR expense, from our dollars, when we don’t get even close to the same in our own jobs? Most people would say NO.

36 responses to “Wake Up America; Our Labor Unions are Linked to the Communist Party U.S.A.

  1. Good Afternoon my Fellow American Patriots and Friends :D

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  3. Good afternoon Samiam, This is an excellent post. You laid it all out my friend. Only someone truly indoctrinated and a fool would not get it. Obama is the ENEMY OF THE STATE AND OF THE PEOPLE.

    2012 must be the end of this socialist.

  4. Well thank you D. I really wanted to put as much as I could in a short article so as to not lose someone interest by being long winded. I myself have a hard time reading articles that are too lengthy.

  5. Afternoon, SAMI. And the unions that aren’t controlled by socialists or communists are under the thumb of Cosa Nostra. I had to laugh last night when some leftist idiot, in an effort to tar Gov. Walker & the Republicans with (what else) the Nazi brush, tweeted that one of Hitler’s first acts in power was to outlaw unions. Hey numbnuts–Hitler was a National SOCIALIST!

  6. Good one Bob…….. the libs sure get it all twisted up don’t they? I just love going toe to toe with em. They get so bent out of shape when the facts prove them wrong time and time again. They just can’t win and thus…………………………………..they are Losers!

  7. Radiation Levels Surge Outside Japan Nuclear Plant

    TOKYO — Japan says radiation levels have surged outside a nuclear plant and expands the area subject to evacuation.

    Japan’s massive earthquake caused a power outage that disabled a nuclear reactor’s cooling system, triggering evacuation orders for about 3,000 residents as the government declared its first-ever state of emergency at a nuclear plant.

    Japan’s nuclear safety agency said pressure inside one of six boiling water reactors at the Fukushima Daiichi plant had risen to 1.5 times the level considered normal. Hours after the evacuation order, the government announced that the plant in northeastern Japan will release slightly radioactive vapor from the unit to lower the pressure in an effort to protect it from a possible meltdown.

    Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said the amount of radioactive element in the vapor would be “very small” and would not affect the environment or human health. “With evacuation in place and the ocean-bound wind, we can ensure the safety,” he said at a televised news conference early Saturday.

    After the quake triggered a power outage, a backup generator also failed and the cooling system was unable to supply water to cool the 460-megawatt No. 1 reactor, though at least one backup cooling system was being used. The reactor core remains hot even after a shutdown.

    The agency said plant workers are scrambling to restore cooling water supply at the plant but there is no prospect for immediate success.

    Edano said the 40-year-old plant was not leaking radiation. The plant is in Onahama city, about 170 miles northeast of Tokyo.

    If the outage in the cooling system persists, eventually radiation could leak out into the environment, and, in the worst case, could cause a reactor meltdown, a nuclear safety agency official said on condition of anonymity, citing sensitivity of the issue.

    Another official at the nuclear safety agency, Yuji Kakizaki, said that plant workers were cooling the reactor with a secondary cooling system, which is not as effective as the regular cooling method.

    Kakizaki said officials have confirmed that the emergency cooling system — the last-ditch cooling measure to prevent the reactor from the meltdown — is intact and could kick in if needed.

    “That’s as a last resort, and we have not reached that stage yet,” Kakizaki added.

    Japan’s nuclear safety agency said the evacuation, ordered by the local government of Fukushima, affects at least 2,800 people. Edano said residents were told to stay at least two miles from the plant and to stay inside buildings.

    He said both the state of emergency and evacuation order are precautionary measures.

    “We launched the measure so we can be fully prepared for the worst scenario,” he said. “We are using all our might to deal with the situation.”

    Defense Ministry official Ippo Maeyama said the ministry has dispatched dozens of troops trained for chemical disasters to the Fukushima plant in case of a radiation leak, along with four vehicles designed for use in atomic, biological and chemical warfare.

    Pineville, La., resident Janie Eudy said her husband, Danny, was working at Fukushima No. 1 when the earthquake struck. After a harrowing evacuation, he called her several hours later from the parking lot of his quake-ravaged hotel.

    He and other American plant workers are “waiting to be rescued, and they’re in bad shape,” she said in a telephone interview.

    Danny Eudy, 52, a technician employed by Pasadena, Texas-based Atlantic Plant Maintenance, told his wife that the quake violently shook the plant building he was in. “Everything was falling from the ceiling,” she said.

    Eudy told his wife that he and other workers were evacuating the plant when the tsunami swept through the area, carrying away homes and vehicles. They retreated so they wouldn’t get caught up in the raging water.

    “He walked through so much glass that his feet were cut. It slowed him down,” she said.

    After the water started to recede, Eudy and other workers drove to their hotel, only to find it in shambles.

    “Most of the hotel was gone,” she said. “He said the roads were torn up and everything was a mess.”

    His hotel room was demolished along with all of his belongings, so Eudy had to borrow a resident’s phone to call his wife early Friday morning. The workers were waiting for daylight but contemplating seeking higher ground in case another big wave hit.

    “He sounded like he was in shock. He was scared,” Janie Eudy said. “They’re totally on their own, trying to just make it.”

    Neil Sheehan, a spokesman for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, said staff were trying to collect more information on what was happening.

    At the Fukushima Daiichi site, “They are busy trying to get coolant to the core area,” Sheehan said. “The big thing is trying to get power to the cooling systems.”

    Speaking at the White House, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton also said U.S. Air Force planes were carrying “some really important coolant” to the site, but administration officials later said she misspoke. The U.S. offered to send Japan coolant to help with the reactor but the Japanese declined, saying they already had the necessary supplies, the officials said, speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.

    The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency said it also stands ready to provide any technical assistance Japan needs.

    High-pressure pumps can temporarily cool a reactor in this state with battery power, even when electricity is down, according to Arnold Gundersen, a nuclear engineer who used to work in the U.S. nuclear industry. Batteries would go dead within hours but could be replaced.

    The nuclear reactor was among 10 in Japan shut down because of the earthquake.

    The Fukushima plant is just south of the worst-hit Miyagi prefecture, where a fire broke out at another nuclear plant. The blaze was in a turbine building at one of the Onagawa power plants. Smoke could be seen coming out of the building, which is separate from the plant’s reactor, Tohoku Electric Power Co. said. The fire has since been extinguished.

    Another reactor at Onagawa was experiencing a water leak.

    The U.S. Geological Survey said the 2:46 p.m. quake was a magnitude 8.9, the biggest earthquake to hit Japan since officials began keeping records in the late 1800s.

    A tsunami warning was issued for a number of Pacific, Southeast Asian and Latin American nations.

    At the two-reactor Diablo Canyon plant at Avila Beach, Calif., an “unusual event” — the lowest level of alert — was declared in connection with a West Coast tsunami warning. The plant remained stable, though, and kept running, according to the NRC.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2011/03/11/japan-issues-emergency-nuke-plant-leak/#ixzz1GKiW3UU1

  8. Good Video !!!! Must Watch!!!!! The Khrushchev prophecy is coming true thanks to Obama.

  9. Shades of Wisconsin.

  10. Good evening Tellit……. have you thought about coming over to the Village of the Banned?

  11. Great Video!!!!! Gotta Watch This!!!! Sami, I am already living in the village of the banned!!! LOL!

  12. Good Morning America………. it’s Saturday :D

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  14. This would be a good day to contribute any thing you have concerning Communism in America.

  15. roxannadanna

    I’ve run into a lot of people who now proudly claim to be socialists. It always makes gives me that jaw drop response. And maybe that’s what they want. But I really do wonder if they know what they are claiming to be.
    I think the unions have overplayed their hands and over stayed their time and they are on their way out in most states. They have had a big hand in putting us in the financial mess we are now in and bear a great deal of the responsibility for what happened to the auto makers and Detroit. (That is one of the saddest places I’ve ever been to.)
    But the biggest problem in shaping public opinion has been to misname them. The public unions are GOVERNMENT UNIONS. These are government employees who work for us. To the average Joe, a union is a union. This is not the case, at all. And do we all want to give them better, cushier retirements at OUR expense, from our dollars, when we don’t get even close to the same in our own jobs? Most people would say NO.

  16. This is a most excellent Comment Roxannadanna and I am going to feature it on this Blog Post. You Betcha!

  17. roxannadanna

    Ms.Hogan said “yadda, yadda, yadda… ”
    I mean seriously, what the hell did she say?

    LOL Love that video and thanks posting it.

    Also, thanks for making me a “creature feature” of the day on your blog, Sami. That’s really nice of you!

  18. Ah shucks Roxy, I gotta put somethin Pretty up there to draw the crowds. ;)

  19. Well said Roxy !
    You’ve made the big time. :)

  20. Good Afternoon AFVET and so good to see you.

  21. I think the folowing explains where this country is going, eventhough is a joke, but the truth is the truth.

    Three contractors are bidding to fix a broken fence at the White House in
    Washington D.C. One is from New Jersey, another from Tennessee and
    the third from Florida. They go with a White House official to examine the fence.

    The Florida contractor takes out a tape measure and does some measuring,
    then works some figures with a pencil. “Well”, he says, “I figure the job will
    run about $900: $400 for materials, $400 for my crew and $100 profit for me.”

    The Tennessee contractor also does some measuring and figuring, then says,
    “I can do this job for $700: $300 for materials, $300 for my crew and $100 profit for me.”

    The New Jersey contractor doesn’t measure or figure, but leans over to the White
    House official and whispers, “$2,700.”

    The official, incredulous, says, “You didn’t even measure like the other guys!
    How did you come up with such a high figure?”

    The New Jersey contractor whispers back, “$1000 for me, $1000 for you,
    and we hire the guy from Tennessee to fix the fence.”

    “Done!” replies the government official.

  22. That is Great wdednh. I love a good joke. I have a new article up today if you care to take a look see:

    http://votingamerican.wordpress.com/2011/03/12/his-truth-is-marching-on-and-i-am-proud-to-be-an-american/

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  30. joe roberts!

    I’m a brit so you may just tell me to stay out of it, but i find your irrational fear of socialism bizarre. Socialism doesn’t equal dictatorship! its an ideal of helping out the working man. You have been brainwashed by right wing propaganda which stops you speaking out of fear of being labeled a commie! instead of having a go at the socialist party for trying to help the unions, who try and protect the rights of workers. Maybe you should look at the problem of companies laying off thousands of workers.

  31. Welcome to our Blog Joe Roberts and it is nice to have you here. I appreciate your point of view on Socialism however I don’t believe our fear hatred for Socialism is unfounded. By the way, how are the riots going over there?

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