What do the Strikes at the Los Angeles and Long Beach Ports Offer US Nationals?

We have often written advocating for American nationals to shut down the ports in the United States in order to stop the flow of our natural resources from our country and stop the theft thereof.  That this strategy would be effective cannot be questioned.  The International Longshore and Warehouse Union Local 63 has brought two of the biggest ports in the US to a virtual halt.

The workers are striking because upon their retirements their jobs are to be outsourced to other countries.

The shutdown of the ports at Los Angeles and Long Beach are costing the elitist traitors from within a billion dollars a day.  This has been going on since November 27th and it is just now becoming worthy of focused attention and only in the sense that the media is to be used to demonize the workers participating in the strike.  In short, their effort to stop the export of US jobs might just ruin Christmas.

This is not to lend praise to the Longshore union as it has pretty much become an exclusive club in itself in that you are born into or marry into a job.  The fact is the big unions are quite aware of the ports being a stranglehold on the wealth pipeline running out of this country.  They will tell us this is all about the ships coming in with the Chinese goods but in reality it is about our raw resources going out that feed the overseas factories.

The unions are just some more corporations growing fat off the sweat of the rest of us and our resources, but here, by our enemies’ own admission, their vulnerability lies at the ports.

There are 100 million unemployed Americans.  Want to see them all get jobs overnight?  Shut down every port of entry and refuse to allow even the unions to remove any more of our raw resources from our shores.  Demand the destruction of the international banking mafia and the return of our $50 trillion worth of stolen resources.  If this could be accomplished our enemies would be forced to fight or surrender on immediate terms.

God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.

3 thoughts on “What do the Strikes at the Los Angeles and Long Beach Ports Offer US Nationals?

  1. Like Gerald Celente says, “First currency wars, then trade wars, and afterwards, WORLD WAR!”. History repeats itself.

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