Last fall I wrote a story called "Happy Labor Day -- Now Get Lost", which told the truth about labor unions and how they're wrecking America. The eerie passage follows:
America is a capitalist, Christian nation,
and our survival revolves around our ability to create wealth and to provide for ourselves. It can therefore be said that an attack on
our wealth creation potential is an attack on America itself. When the camel jockeys blew up the World Trade Center, they attacked
our nation and did millions of dollars worth of damage. But is a labor strike orchestrated by union bosses any different, from a
conceptual point of view?
Now, in light of recent events, this may not seem to be a particularly controversial statement. But here's the thing: it was written on September 4, 2001 .. just a week or so before the events of 9/11.