Trumka’s American Dream Coincides With That Of Communist Van Jones

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Trumka's American Dream

In the definition of the American Dream by James Truslow Adams in 1931, “life should be better and richer and fuller for everyone, with opportunity for each according to ability or achievement” regardless of social class or circumstances of birth. It does not mean we must transfer wealth from producers to non-producers and it does not mean we must wage class warfare.

The Labor Movement represents the American Dream according to Labor boss, Richard Trumka. Would that be the same labor movement that recently joined forces (and marched) with communists on May Day? Read here: Labor and Communists, marching as one

Is that the same labor movement that advocated vicious and obscene behavior in Wisconsin? Is it the same labor movement that won’t let a private company like Boeing build where they want? It’s not my dream and they don’t represent middle class me.

On the next video, the self-described communist, Van Jones, talks about Rebuilding the American Dream as a movement which will begin on July 5th. He is united with several groups, including Trumka’s AFL-CIO.

In this video, you can hear rich communists ripping into themselves as offenders of the system (that would be capitalism) though I doubt they will give up their own money for their beliefs. They are welcomed to voluntarily pay more taxes any time they want. View here: Class warfare by communist Van Jones

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