A strike called by unpaid Huffington Post contributors received a major boost Wednesday with a call to arms released by the national Newspaper Guild.Bwa-ha-ha-ha! Here, let me answer that with a quote from Dana Milbank in a previous post on Zsa Zsa:
The industry association called on contributors not currently on strike to cease contributions and asked members to help by “shining a light on the unprofessional and unethical practices of this company.”
The Newspaper Guild boasts 26,000 members and is affiliated with the Communications Workers of America (CWA). The CWA is affiliated with the AFL-CIO.
The strike was called earlier this year by the membership of Visual Art Source, whose 50 members had previously contributed content for free to the site.
“Just as we would ask writers to stand fast and not cross a physical picket line, we ask that they honor this electronic picket line,” wrote the Guild.
“This is about supporting the quality and integrity of a vehicle for progressive expression, to actually help Huffington Post succeed, but on the right terms,” wrote the Guild. “We call on Arianna Huffington to demonstrate her commitment to the working class she so ardently champions in her writing.”
"If anybody was fooled, it was those who believed she would be a more enduring progressive than she was a conservative."In other words, anyone who trusts a liar like Arianna Huffington - and I'll say anyone who trusts a confirmed NewAger - is the rube.
I've pointed out that - Oh, forget it. After all these years, I've said all I have to say on the "Greek Goddess", the results of her "beliefs", and what anyone else can expect. Here's a link to Arianna's tag on this blog. Everything you could ever need to know is right there:
Figure this cold, evil, lizard-brain-obsessed witch out for yourselves.
Her true religion is money, her goal is strategic power via controlling the young and the feeble minded.ReplyDelete
To the extent she has ever succeeded, she is a living indictment of western civilisation's decadence.
And as for her dyed hair and peculiar aged face- if that doesn't just scream STRIGA to anyone looking at it, they've never read a fairytale.
So, I do not really consider it may have effect.ReplyDelete