Your Tears of Frustration, They Nourish Me

Few things make His Majesty smile as happily as news that union thugs have failed to intimidate and bully workers into joining their criminal racket.

After three days of voting by hourly wage workers at the Volkswagen final assembly plants in Chattanooga, Tennessee, employees at the plant elected on Friday not to join the union.

Awww… Isn’t that just the SADDEST thing? BWAHAHAHAHAHAH!

Guess the local union parasites are going to have to go somewhere else to find a captive audience for their retirement slush fund.

“While we certainly would have liked a victory for workers union fat cats and their six-figure salary sinecures here,

Fixed it for you. You’re welcome.

we deeply respect the Volkswagen Global Group Works Council, Volkswagen management and IG Metall for doing their best to create a free and open atmosphere for workers to exercise their basic human right to form a union,” said UAW President Bob King in a statement released after the vote.

Then he went home and beat a puppy to death while finishing a fifth of Scotch.

A yes vote would have also given the UAW representation of a a financial stranglehold on one of the few remaining profitable final assembly plants in the southern U.S. where foreign automakers have set up facilities in right to work states.

Fixed that for you as well. Oh, and you’re still welcome.

During three days of voting, the UAW repeatedly complained of outsiders trying to influence and intimidate VW workers into voting against joining the union.

Don’t they understand that the only sort of outside influence and intimidation allowable is that which intimidates and influences workers into voting FOR union slavery and permanent residence on the Democrat Socialist plantation?

One specific complaint involves Tennessee Senator Bob Corker, a Republican, and vocal critic of the UAW.

During the vote, Corker said he had been told by people close to Volkswagen that the German automaker would not bring production of a new vehicle to Chattanooga if workers rejected the union offer.

Despite Volkswagen executives denying future product plans would be tied to the union vote, many wonder if Corker’s claim spooked workers into voting no.

Or maybe, just maybe the workers heard one single word: “Detroit.” We all know what wonders unions have worked for THAT city, don’t we?

"You're welcome, Detroit" -- UAW

“You’re welcome, Detroit” — UAW

Now fuck off, you socialist swine, and be grateful that you weren’t dragged outside, made to kneel and presented with a bullet in the back of the head.

This time.

It’s the only proper way to treat socialists, after all.

Thatisall.

14 comments

  1. 1
    Paladin growls and barks:

    Even though Unions all too often deny basic rights to their members…! Now FORD has an ally of sorts. And yes – that’s what Socialists, like Hitler, deserve! Actually, it’s too good for them! and…FOIST!!

  2. 2
    Library Czar growls and barks:

    LOL

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    you forgot to add one small detail that makes the crushing defeat of the UAW so much sweeter.
    Volkswagen did nothing to to defend itself to any great extant. no threats, no promises, just made sure the workers had the right to a secret ballot.

    That ballot is what sank the union. :em05: :em07: :em01:
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    It wasn’t just the word “Detroit”.

    They still remember the closing of the Saturn plant at Spring Hill, which wouldn’t and shouldn’t have happened, save for union interference.
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    Well Gee – Senator Bob Butt-Corker actually came down on the right side of history – for once. :em05:

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    Terrapod growls and barks:

    Don’t count the weasels out yet, their crappy brethren at IG Metal on the VW board are now going to try and assist them in getting in. VW management did a pact with the devil when they let IG sit on the board, now they are going to find out how expensive that gets in the U.S.A. if unions get into the workforce.

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    angrywebmaster growls and barks:

    Question: I assume Tenn. is a right to work state. Say a union gets in. Does that mean all workers will be in the union even if they don’t want to be?

    Will they be extorted to pay union vigorish fees for the privilege of having a job?
    :em03:
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    Emperor Misha I growls and barks:

    angrywebmaster says:

    Question: I assume Tenn. is a right to work state. Say a union gets in. Does that mean all workers will be in the union even if they don’t want to be?

    Will they be extorted to pay union vigorish fees for the privilege of having a job?

    As I understand it, no. Right to work means just that.

    Problem with that is that any litigation on behalf of an employee being “encouraged” to join the union would be one worker vs. the combined extorted dues of all of the other “members” (slaves) of the union, and thus unlikely to succeed.

    Also, unions, being socialist inventions, have interesting ways of, ahem, “encouraging” non-members to “voluntarily” “join” them.

    As I said: The only way to realistically deal with socialists is to kill them. All of them. Patton had it right.
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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    Give Em Hell, Chattanoogans!

    …. This doesn’t make sense: “During the vote, Corker said he had been told by people close to Volkswagen that the German automaker would not bring production of a new vehicle to Chattanooga if workers rejected the union offer.

    Despite Volkswagen executives denying future product plans would be tied to the union vote, many wonder if Corker’s claim spooked workers into voting no.”

    As I read that, Corker is saying that Volkswagen (which was actually SUPPORTING the UAW in this, from what I’ve read) had put out a THREAT to not bring production of a new vehicle to Chattanooga (i.e., more work/business) if the workers rejected the union.

    IOW, they tried to twist the Chattanoogans’ arms into voting for the union!!!

    My fellow Southerners have Never Liked Having Our Arms Twisted. No sirree, bub.

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    Tallulah growls and barks:

    In other words, “Corker’s claim” should have “spooked” the workers into voting YES, right?

    I’m all confused….

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    LC Stargazer growls and barks:

    Pretty much. VW is not a very imaginative company in some ways, and wanted to run the plant the same way they do back in Germany – with a Worker’s Council participating in management. But they can’t do that in the US unless the worker’s representatives are from a union (apparently the Feds have passed something to that effect.) So VWofA wanted the union, and was apparently slanting things in UAW’s -favor- during the run-up; but the workers said Not Only No But HELL NO.

    So the UAW is having a hissy fit.

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    FrankOK growls and barks:

    LC Stargazer says:

    Pretty much. VW is not a very imaginative company in some ways, and wanted to run the plant the same way they do back in Germany – with a Worker’s Council participating in management. But they can’t do that in the US unless the worker’s representatives are from a union (apparently the Feds have passed something to that effect.) So VWofA wanted the union, and was apparently slanting things in UAW’s -favor- during the run-up; but the workers said Not Only No But HELL NO.

    So the UAW is having a hissy fit.

    Let the damned UAW have a fit.

    The socialist swine saw an opportunity to cut the proverbial fat hog in the ass and lost – due partly to the common sense of VW’s workers and partly by the Grace of God.

    After 22 years at a job where the line between union and company was blurred to the point of non-recognition, I’ve seen firsthand what the arrangement VW wanted turns into given enough time. Even though there is a law prohibiting company unions, that’s exactly what would have resulted from the unholy mess VW desired.

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    There is a way to fix this, you know. But I can’t mention it without law enforcement crawling up my ass.
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