posted by CharlesB in In The News

A day of action and solidarity.

November 14, 2012

Is the Walmart strike a beginning on a smaller scale here in the USA?

I'm guess that I'm an extremist and should be banned for posting this...

"Millions of Europeans took part in strikes, stoppages and marches on day of coordinated action Wednesday over rising unemployment and austerity measures."

Massive Anti-Austerity Protests Halt Travel Services

"The European Trade Union Confederation said it wanted to make Wednesday a "day of action and solidarity" against governments enforcing tax increases and spending cuts.
The confederation is leading strikes in Spain, Portugal, Greece and Italy with smaller demonstrations in France and several Eastern European countries."

Massive protest caps European anti-austerity strikes

Strikes against austerity cuts sweep southern Europe

Here's the Wall Street Journal: Who cares what the people want, let them eat cake so says the mainstream media.

Big Europe Strikes Have Little Effect

"A time comes when silence is betrayal." --Martin Luther King

How Wall Street Fleeces America: Privatized Banking, Government Collusion and Class War by Stephen Lendman

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