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  • Workplace Democracy: The Time is Right

    Forum: News & Views
    Posted: Fri Jul 03, 2009 4:20 pm by markus :: Replies: 39 :: Views: 647840
    I am not trolling. Perhaps you are using trolling
    as an excuse to threaten to boot me off the site
    as a form censorship because I hit a nerve with you.
    An old chinese proverb comes to my mind, &q ...

  • Workplace Democracy: The Time is Right

    Forum: News & Views
    Posted: Fri Jul 03, 2009 3:20 pm by markus :: Replies: 39 :: Views: 647840
    Damn straight Mukus!

    Now can we get back to the thread topic?

    Yes, you may, but one last comment. Sooner or later
    Wm pasz, it will become evident to others as it has to
    me that self-interest ...

  • Workplace Democracy: The Time is Right

    Forum: News & Views
    Posted: Thu Jul 02, 2009 1:15 am by markus :: Replies: 39 :: Views: 647840
    I still say you guys are all do nothings. Ten years from now you'll
    still be writing about the same crap because collectively you would have done absolutely nothing.
    And doing nothing ensures that W ...

  • Workplace Democracy: The Time is Right

    Forum: News & Views
    Posted: Mon May 18, 2009 11:50 am by markus :: Replies: 39 :: Views: 647840
    I don't know why you guys bother. You all write a lot,
    but other than that, individually and collectively
    you are all a bunch of 'do nothings'.

    My impression is that no real action is taken s ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Mon Feb 02, 2009 3:28 am by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    If he ends up on the GM board , Gettlefinger would be rehashing what was done back in 1980 when then UAW President Doug Fraser took a board seat at the then ( too !) collapsing Chrysler corp. Lasted a ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Sun Feb 01, 2009 4:16 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    Business Corporation Act - See

    Removal of director by shareholders
    and Removal of director by court.

    There are ways under the Business Corporation
    Act to have Gettlefinger removed from
    G.M' ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Wed Jan 28, 2009 10:49 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    I have to agree with Wmpasz. A class action would go
    no where because the courts would make sure it went
    no where.

    As for UAW President Gettlefinger, if
    he were appointed to G.M'S Board of D ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Wed Jan 28, 2009 10:36 am by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    [quote="MichaelTroyMoore"]

    The AFM stuff I filed against over the last 15 years each Goverment Department says "We don't handle that part of the law"

    If I understand correct ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Sun Jan 25, 2009 3:46 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    Now what about UAW president Gettlefinger wanting
    an appointment to G.M' s Board of Directors. Does
    Gettlefinger believe that in showing G.M. executives
    that he is willing to make management decisi ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 5:49 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    I understand that you don't understand. The government
    will not call in the loan because it does not have any
    legal grounds if basing it on the no-strike provision in the loan agreement to call in t ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 4:34 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    But why would they want to?

    I don't know that autoworkers want to strike at
    the end of their contracts. But they have not lost
    the legal right to strike.

    UAW leaders may state otherwise be ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 3:22 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    I do understand. The U.S. government will not call in
    loans simply because workers are exercising a lawful
    right. The U.S government is not going to punish
    the companies(destroy them by declaring t ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 2:24 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    I'm not being optimist. They'll survive.

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Sat Jan 24, 2009 11:45 am by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    They are not going to go under. They'll survive
    in some form or another. I think in the future
    Ford, G.M and Chrysler will merge. Of course if
    they merge thousands more in the auto industry
    incl ...

  • UAW accepts government ban on strikes

    Forum: Your Union
    Posted: Fri Jan 23, 2009 10:07 pm by markus :: Replies: 63 :: Views: 19565
    It's not about faith in the U.S. government. The
    government is not going to loan G.M and Chrysler
    money only to turn around and destroy them because
    their employees are exercising a lawful right. ...

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