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USA : U.S. Trade Policy Fails Workers

LabourStart US - 5 hours 53 min ago
Source: AFL-CIO

五十嵐しのぶ 美人熟女が小汚い作業員男二人と乱交セックス!

www.futureoftheunion.com - 7 hours 23 min ago


五十嵐しのぶ 美人熟女が小汚い作業員男二人と乱交セックス!


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元メイドの美少女系AV女優 浅田結梨が子宮で感じるポルチオ責めで大量失禁ガチアクメ!

www.futureoftheunion.com - 9 hours 23 min ago


純朴で愛くるしいフェイスを武器に、元々は秋葉原でメイドさんとして働いていたという浅田結梨ちゃん。150cmのミニマムサイズなのに、Fカップの巨乳に92センチのデカ尻、そしてムッチムチの太ももをもつドスケベボディーの浅田結梨ちゃん。2016年2017年と精力的に複数タイトル出演し、今年ブレイク間違いなし(してくれ!)の浅田結梨ちゃん。今回はそんな彼女に、プロのAV男優さんによるポルチオ(子宮頸部)責めで究極の快楽を味わっていただくという企画でございます!はじめは緊張している様子の結梨ちゃんでしたが、次第に快感のボルテージが上昇していき、ついには大量失禁しながらマジイキ!撮影中なのも忘れているんじゃないかと心配してしまうほどに無我夢中でポルチオの快楽を貪っております…!


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滝沢優奈 私にザーメン頂戴!美熟女が次から次へフェラ抜きザーメンゴックン!

www.futureoftheunion.com - 12 hours 23 min ago


滝沢優奈 私にザーメン頂戴!美熟女が次から次にフェラ抜きザーメンゴックン!



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現役ツアコンの五十路妻がお客でいつも見てるような若い子とヤリたくて初撮りAV出演!

www.futureoftheunion.com - Mon, 2017-06-26 23:21


現役ツアコンの五十路妻がお客でいつも見てるような若い子とヤリたくて初撮りAV出演!


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Wobblies of the World – Interview

Industrial Workers of the World - Mon, 2017-06-26 20:33

By staff - New Syndicalist, June 20, 2017

New Syndicalist Blog spoke to Peter Cole, David Struthers and Kenyon Zimmer about their upcoming volume, ‘Wobblies of the World: A Global History of the IWW’ – available for preorder from Pluto Press. We asked them what their history revealed about the organising approaches of the IWW in the past, what lessons can be learned for the future and how the One Big Union has adapted to a changing world.

1. What motivated you to publish a global history of the IWW at this time? 

Although the world seems insane right now, our book was conceived of some years back—but shit was crazy then, too. Just as the rise of the global New Left in the 1960s sparked interest in the history of the Wobblies so have recent events. Anti-globalization, Occupy Wall Street, the Arab Spring, and other recent social movements were impressive but lacked a strong union presence. However, these push-backs against neoliberalism revealed examples of anarchist and anarcho-syndicalist tactics and ideals, a la the IWW of old. We believe that history must be “useable,” meaning people should look to Wobbly history for examples of successful struggles that are applicable to the present-day. Transformations within history as an academic discipline also made this book possible, as scholars have increasingly turned to global and transnational approaches to topics previously studies within neat national compartments, as thought people, goods, and ideas have not always traversed (and transgressed) borders.

2. Did your contributors reveal any significant variations in the IWW over place or time? 

Obviously, for the IWW to grow in the soil of many lands, it had to adapt to local conditions. In Australia, the IWW worked with the mainstream unions—despite ideological differences—in opposing World War I, which resulted in surprising solidarity from those unions when the IWW suffered fierce government repression. In Ireland, one-time Wobblies led a nationalist revolution. What Wobblies did in Tampico, Mexico could be quite different than what they did in Malmö, Sweden. Perhaps equally fascinating are the commonalties. For one, the IWW did not shed its bedrock opposition to racism and xenophobia, no matter the mainstream customs of whichever society in which it organised. The IWW was the first white-majority union or organisation to attempt lining up Maori in New Zealand and Xhosa in South Africa. The IWW rejected anti-Asian sentiment in California and embraced Finns across northern Ontario. Some things never change.

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IWW and radical influences on the San Francisco waterfront

Industrial Workers of the World - Mon, 2017-06-26 20:27

By Hieronymous - Libcom.org, May 3, 2017

For May Day 2017 Local 10 of the International Longshore and Warehouse Union invoked a contractual "stop-work" privilege and refused to work any Bay Area docks in celebration of International Workers Day for the third consecutive year. This speech, originally delivered at the 75th Anniversary of the 1934 San Francisco General Strike at the Marine Firemen’s Hall in San Francisco, was adapted for the rally preceding the May Day march on May 1, 2017.

    John Ross wrote:
    In my own country
    amnesia is the norm,
    the schools teach us
    to unremember from birth,
    the slave taking, the risings up,
    the songs of resistance,
    the first May first,
    our martyrs from Haymarket
    to Attica to the redwoods of California
    ripped whole from our hearts,
    erased from official memory . . .
    (from "Against Amnesia)

In the 1950s, when he was a North Beach resident, poet Allen Ginsberg shipped out various times with the merchant marines from the Embarcadero. Earlier, the proximity of the waterfront to the vibrant intellectual life of the bohemians and political radicals of North Beach made San Francisco the most radical port city in the U.S. But Ginsberg lived in North Beach during the height of the Cold War, so perhaps it should be expected that his poem “America” has the line:

Allen Ginsberg wrote:
“America I feel sentimental about the Wobblies”

Poet Kenneth Rexroth, who was close to the circle of anarchists and anti-World War II pacifists who founded KPFA in 1949, and earlier had been a soapboxer and wrote for the Waterfront Worker, said this about the pre-World War II period:

Kenneth Rexroth wrote:
. . . people became involved in red San Francisco. The interesting thing is that most of them became practical labor organizers, rather than Bohemians sitting around Union Square arguing about proletarian literature . . . You see, all of us were very actively involved and this makes all the difference in the world. Another thing, very few of these people were orthodox Commies because the basic tradition on the West Coast was IWW.

From the California Gold Rush onwards, a worker on the West Coast could easily go out and get a job in the woods or at sea or in the fields.

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Morocco: Fishmonger Death Protest Leader Alleges Police Beat Him

LabourStart - Mon, 2017-06-26 20:00
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