La humedad generada por el fallo de la CSJ permito el florecimiento en el jardín de la pequeña burguesía.
Para quienes aun no se han enterado, el Menemismo es la etapa superior del Alfonsinismo, y Caro Figueroa es su Supremo Sacerdote.
Podemos discutir todo lo que quieran sobre la Libertad Sindical, pero que me vengan a hablar de Unicato Sindical disfrazados de Socialdemócratas, es un insulto a la Inteligencia.
Si se asumen como lo que son, Liberales de Izquierda como los Colorados de Uruguay, sinceraríamos posiciones.
Por origen, Socialdemócratas y Laboristas SON el brazo político de los Sindicatos; y su Organización Sindical es Unitaria y Centralizada.
Las listas de más abajo están por países y denominaciones.
Es cierto que existen pequeñas centrales disidentes, pero son básicamente Socialcristianas, que pertenecían a la vieja CMT y su afiliada CLAT; y por si no lo sabían compartían las fundaciones con la Internacional Demócrata Cristiana.
Que ahora se llama Internacional Demócrata de Centro.
Los componentes, Aznar, Fox de Méjico, Merkel, la DC de Chile, etc.
Por eso; estimados Correligionarios, no hay que olvidar que son confesionales, saquemonos la mascarita y expongamos la sotana; el Vaticano Observatore. ;-
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