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Jack Holliston You don't have to be a rocket scientist to know every country that ended up with a majority government ended up with a president or prime minister ... View > 12-Jul-11


From: Jack Holliston - Posted: 12-Jul-11 - 13:49

You don't have to be a rocket scientist to know every country that ended up with a majority government ended up with a president or prime minister that was brainwashed or had mental problems. We presently have a right wing government that is under the control of corporate criminals, like the US. Hopeless Harper is told what to do,he's not to bright. Neither is Parrot.or the rest of the so called union presidents. They are sitting on their ass waiting for a membership paid pay check How many union members active and retired are there in Canada . Must be 2or 3 million. Labors answer is and always has been investment by labor unions in an investment house for their own best interest. I'm sure if they started pulling their investment out of corrupt companies they would get the companies attention very quickly . And Hopeless Harper's to. We would all be investing in programs that were beneficial to the trade union movement. We would be able to buy shares and we would be the shareholders. Not some foreigner. The control of the investment would be with the shareholders. No one union would have control. Salaries would also be under the control of the membership. I don't particularly care for the management of some unions so the control has to be with the membership. Remember the golden rule,"whoever has the gold makes the rules. Hopeless Harper should remember that. Give two million people a proper place to invest their money

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