The fast food companies don’t care about White people or American sovereignty. They hire illegals in droves, and abuse everyone and everything they touch, from livestock to the land to natural resources to employees to customers. Now the fast food workers, who are a huge part of the US “service economy” are going on strike for 15 dollars an hour and the right to unionize.
Why is this good? Because fast food needs to be more expensive, then locally sourced, locally processed and prepared food becomes price-competitive with Big Mac and Large Fries and Coke. And those poor tormented people working at McD’s and Wendy’s should get 15 bucks an hour at a minimum. They are unhealthy and uninsured and barely, barely getting by. And plenty of them are White.
In each city, workers are demanding a raise to $15 an hour and the chance to unionize without intimidation. With fast food jobs becoming increasingly prevalent in — and representative of — the U.S. economy, and embattled unions exploring and experimenting with tactics like those the fast food workers have taken up, their showdown has far-reaching consequences. SEIU, one of the largest U.S. unions, has devoted millions of dollars and dozens of staff to the campaign, which is also supported by a range of local and national progressive groups. In contrast to some past union efforts, said Henry, “It’s more about, ‘How do we shift things in the entire low-wage economy?’”