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TD Canada Trust Workers in Sudbury Decertify!!

Talk here about issues with unions or companies in the Banking sector.
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Postby Jason Gibbons » Thu Jan 08, 2009 6:45 pm

Yeah, he definetly gets a little hot under the collar pretty easy....he truly is his own worst enemy. He was very helpful to us....makes then steelworkers look like a bunch of unorganized loud mouths that don't do their homework, and look to succeed by dividing and alienation the very members they claim to represent!

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Postby NC » Thu Jan 08, 2009 9:33 pm

I take it you interacted with him? I saw some of the videos of the guy on the Sudbury news during the CIBC strike. What a dinosaur!

We interacted with one of the CIBC union supporters here, "Other Side of the Coin" who i got into an exchange with on the Sudbury 24 site.

I cannot imagine Kmit and his cronies even remotely understanding the banking industry. The timing of the Frood Road Steelworkers hall burning down right after the CIBC Strike was hair raisingly coincidental.


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Postby alec » Thu Jan 15, 2009 10:23 am

I cannot imagine Kmit and his cronies even remotely understanding the banking industry. The timing of the Frood Road Steelworkers hall burning down right after the CIBC Strike was hair raisingly coincidental.
Part of their exit strategy?


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Postby NC » Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:27 pm

You're a bad man Alec... a bad man.


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Postby Jason Gibbons » Fri Jan 16, 2009 8:29 pm

Yeah, Jim is the kind of guy that seems to have gotten by with just being a loud mouth, not doing his homework, and looks to divide people vs unite them.

Jim and I had a couple of one on ones in the union meetings. Plus, the first time we ran the decert both them and us sent out a number of letters about each other. Lots of mudslinging going on. We found this time when we didn't play into that kind of game, that he didn't seem to know what to do. They sent out a mudslinging letter this time....it went down like a lead balloon...the only thing people got from that was what an a** he was making of himself, and at my expense....most people took offence.

If anything, this time every time Jim opened his mouth, the more it helped us!

Jason



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Postby alec » Sun Jan 18, 2009 6:53 pm

As Abe Lincoln once said:

"Better to be quiet and though a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt".


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Postby NC » Mon Jan 19, 2009 9:23 am

It is to laugh. :lol:


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