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By Ted Rueter
Ted Rueter panders to Democratic social gathering strains by way of accumulating 370 oratorical guffaws credited to renowned politicians. labeled in alphabetical order and offered through topic subject, the quips include:
Forgiveness: "In the Bible it says they requested Jesus what number instances we should always forgive, and he stated seventy occasions seven. good, i need you to grasp that I'm conserving a chart." --Hillary Rodham Clinton
Me: "I am Al Gore, and that i was once the following president of the USA of America." --Al Gore
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The men should all strike on the same day. If this is done, the company will have to give them their freedom immediately. Workers! Remember! Freedom does not lie with others, it lies within our own group. We should follow the correct method, that is, when we are dissatisﬁed with the regulations or oppression of the employers, we should all stop work. Having ceased working, we should all vote one of our members, who we think capable of discussing the issue with the employer, to be our leader. We should work out an agreement with the employer to the satisfaction of all concerned.
Also, a great deal of attention was given to instilling a sense of collective identity and unity among wage-labourers. All workers 32 1111 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1011 1 2 3111 4 5 6 7 8 9 20111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 30111 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 40111 1 2 3 4 45111 Monarchs, workers and struggles for a voice were seen to share a common situation, and it was argued that, if they were to free themselves from exploitation and oppression, it was imperative that they work towards overcoming their inclination to act individually and develop a sense of collective identity and solidarity.
7 In a famous piece titled ‘Jews of the Orient’, King Vajiravudh, writing under the nom de guerre, Asawaphahu, portrayed Chinese ‘coolies’ as dirty, money-grubbing, devious and untrustworthy troublemakers (Asawaphahu 1985: 79–80). Referring explicitly to the 1910 strike, the king stated that he ‘should be loath to answer for the consequences’ of what the police and military ‘composed of Siamese not Chinamen’ might do should another similar strike be repeated (Asawaphahu 1985: 85). Violence, arrest, deportation, surveillance, the introduction of new laws and regulations that outlawed strikes, the buttressing of strong employer authority through policy inaction, as well as the cultivation and promotion of ethnic antipathy between Thai and Chinese, combined to form a pattern in the way the absolute monarchy reacted to the occurrence of collective Chinese labour activism.
185 Stupid Things Democrats Have Said by Ted Rueter