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Bill Wiltrack

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Posted - Nov 18 2007 :  4:12:51 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Organized Labor is good for everyone.

The legal, recognized agreement between labor, capital, and property in the independent spirit of the Organized Labor contract is good for everyone.

This holy trilogy of labor, capital, and property is so important to individuals and to society in general, free, independent, recognized Organized Labor contracts deserve the title of the world’s first meta-religion.

Organized Labor agreements transcend time, culture, and language and provide the framework for humanistic answers that thrive in a liberal democracy.

The angels, saints, and Gods of our time are the men and women who are a part of or who support the concepts and the contracts of Organized Labor. The world is begging for the voices of Organized Labor, the believers of miracles; the harborers of the coming good and the visions of hope.

The two major problems that face individual men today and reside in every nation are;

• Religions have become meaningless.

• There is a world wide race to an economic bottom producing lower wages for labor, disrespect for the science of property/material and a momentarily misappropriated profit for capital. None of these results are good for any of the three components of the Organized Labor contract. These results are devastating to each community and every nation as a whole.

The existing structure of existing successful Organized Labor Agreements directly addresses both problems simultaneously. Organized Labor contracts do not replace religious beliefs or teachings they encompass them, thus the word meta-religion.

Organized Labor agreements spell out humanistic business relationships that recognize and address the best interest of the holy trinity of Organized Labor; capital, labor and material/property.

Free, independent, legally recognized Organized Labor Agreements are successfully negotiated thousands of times world wide to the benefit of all three parties and to their immediate community. Organized Labor supports and compliments government, especially liberal democracies. Organized Labor assists all governments and cultures in promoting a rich, stable society that is able to support higher education, the arts and moral purpose in freedom of religious beliefs. Organized Labor Agreements are extremely responsive to economic changes and represent one of the purest forms of liberal democracy and humanistic approach to problem solving as they enrich all individuals, their community, and individual liberty in a continually rising level of world wide economic and humanistic evolution.
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