[Marxism] What killed the auto industry?
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Mon Apr 27 13:05:00 MDT 2009
What killed the auto industry?
Capital as capital/capitol crimes. Felonious economic assaults on the
working class. Assault and battery.
In One hour and fifty three minutes a meeting is scheduled - downtown
Detroit, at the Union headquarters - Solidarity House, to debrief the union
hierarchy on the results of the Chrysler-Fiat deal; demands on union members
and the general state of the auto industry. The word already leaking out
speaks of demands on retired workers, probably in the health care arena.
Retired workers has already sustained "take-backs" and added charges to their
Politically, Detroit is heating up as Mayor election approaches in May.
Then there is the City Council election to come. I believe my brother is
going to run for City Council on a working class platform. Housing crisis,
education, water issues and extreme hostility to the speculative aspects of
the capital regime.
Detroit is ground zero - at the front of the curve, of a new era of class
conflict and emerging class antagonism. 40,000 have their water turned off
and stand in absolute antagonism with the speculative regime writing the
agenda for the world total social capital.
Detroit is the curved bottom of the Rust bowl.
List members in and around Detroit stay tuned.
The ground war is on.
Told the wife this morning I will probably be headed back to Detroit.
"Let us march on . . .til victory is won/one!"
Unite or Perish.
"Right here is where the end gonna start at.
Contact, conflict, callback.
Fighter stand where the land is marked at.
Settle the dispute about who the livest.
Three word answer
"Whoever survive this."
Only one of us can arrive forever
So you and I can't ride together.
All we can do is collide forever.
So I skillfully apply the weapons
Won;t stop til I forever
Mos Def "I against I."
In a message dated 4/27/2009 11:41:26 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
dmozart1756 at gmail.com writes:
> What killed the auto industry?
> Gregg Shotwell, a retired GM/Delphi worker and founder of the Soldiers of
> Solidarity network, answers the myth that it was the UAW--and its demands
> for fair compensation for autoworkers--that led to the industry's
> April 20, 2009
> clip --
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