Insider Report: Obama Administration Intends to Unionize U.S. Military with Executive Order
September 12th, 2011
The Ulsterman Report, known for their White House insider reports, has published an interview from a Wall Street insider that, if accurate, threatens to fundamentally change the make up and loyalties of the United States Military. According to a Wall Street insider with first-hand knowledge of the goings on in the Obama administration, there are interests within the White House – perhaps going as high as President Obama himself – that are positioning to unionize the entire military. According to the insider interview, the motive for the move is to ensure that U.S. military personnel are “justly represented.”
With Mr. Obama spending much of his time over the last three years placating unions, it is not that far of a stretch to consider this report as a real possibility. As is pointed out in the interview, this is an extremely grave and dangerous situation. A unionized military would become beholden not to the US Constitution or the American people, but rather, to the union bosses in charge of the new military “workers’ parties” that will undoubtedly spring up as a result.
Ulsterman: Stop right there. Did you just say that the Obama administration wants to unionize the American military?
Wall Street: Oh my – look at you now! That’s got you a bit riled does it?
Ulsterman: Are you being serious?
Wall Street: Oh yes. Absolutely serious. A bit over a year…perhaps a year-and-a-half ago. A younger gentleman who was said to be with the administration – affiliated with the DOJ actually – these people were crawling all over everything at that time. That situation itself was enough to sour many of us on the Obama White House. They would walk in as if they owned you. Wall Street had become a plantation. Ironic, isn’t it? But that’s how it felt. It’s improved somewhat, but not enough. Not nearly enough…
Ulsterman: Stick to what you said about the military please. Unionizing the military. What was that about? What did that person say?
Wall Street: It wasn’t this office mind you. But a close associate. And it has been repeated by a few others, so I consider it quite likely it was in fact said. Now how high up in the administration it actually goes…that is more uncertain…
Ulsterman: What was said please – please just focus on that.