It is obvious that the labor organization is trying very hard to prove to the community that they still are a force that control the working masses, but that is not the truth.
The working people of Clark County are waking up and they cannot be fooled as easily as they used to be in the old days.
Several people interrupted that Culinary Spanish token and D. Taylor puppet, Geoconda Arguello, while she was doing what she was told – speaking to the members that were forced to be there.
Many people yelled at her to stop lying to the people; others were telling the Culinary members that the benefits as well as the pay scale in non-union hotels are better than those in union houses.
These kinds of behavior did not take place in prior years when the union leaders were dedicated to the membership and not to the hotels, as they are today.
Today, members that get fired are not backed by the labor union administration; they are not protected by their alleged leaders; they get another job in another house, losing the seniority they may have had, but the union agent will not fight for the members’ rights and don’t even try to get their jobs back.
It is easier to locate another position in a new house than to fight with the hotel; easier to ignore the situation than to fight to prevail over keeping the member’s position with seniority, benefits and the years of service.
Perhaps the Culinary Union should be happy with the houses they have left now and not insist on making up lies and manipulating its members.
Ms. Arguello told the members that the union fights for justice, but those in the audience reminded her that it was not true by yelling back “No Justice” and “These are Lies, Geoconda” to the surprise of some of those who are brainwashed by the union administration.
Because we don’t believe that the union is being transparent with either the members or the community as a whole, we are going to take it upon ourselves to alert the residents of Clark County about the inconsistency and the lack of credibility on the part of the union.
We believe that the union should realize that they are not part of our lifestyle, and sooner rather than later they will be part of the past.
Make Use of Those Snitches, One More Time
It does not make any sense that at almost forty years from the disappearance of Teamster Union leader Jimmy Hoffa in Detroit, the government is still looking into it like someone is interested; and the mainstream media, as always, is willing to give them the help they need to sensationalize it so they can look like they’re doing their job. They should have done that 37 years ago.
There are many other disappearances, many other murders and many other cases that are supposed to be of pressing import, but the FBI now is wasting their time with Jimmy Hoffa.
We are not able to understand or comprehend the mentality of the government agents that on one hand, insist on doing the right thing; and on the other, do nothing about solving the current important cases.
They accept the testimony of one bad guy that testified and admitted to several murders, just to send another man – who has lived an exemplary life for years – to die in prison.
Hoffa disappeared on July 30, 1975, from the parking lot of the Machus Red Fox Restaurant in Bloomfield, Michigan, a suburb of Detroit where he was supposed to have met Anthony Giacalone and Anthony Provenzano.
Assuming that those men were involved in the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, Provenzano died some time in 1988 and Giacalone died on February 23, 2001, making it impossible to provide any information on Hoffa’s disappearance.
If no one can provide any information and no one is going to pay for his disappearance, why keep looking for the man and spending money on a case where there’s nothing to gain?
However, if the government finds it necessary to blame someone for Hoffa’s disappearance, why not get some of the snitches they have on their payroll and make one of them pay for that crime just to make them look good in the eyes of the world.
They can get Henry Hill, Sammy The Bull, or even a local guy like Frank Cullota, who’s walking around like a celebrity, a famous personality, or even a movie star, doing guest appearances and interviews and socializing with retired law enforcement people on some of those radio shows.
One of those guys can be used to pay for whatever happened to Jimmy Hoffa, saving a bundle of money on a useless investigation to solve a crime that no one knows anything about, and all the perpetrators are no longer around.
Surely there’s some snitch for hire who’s willing to take the hit for a bargain price.