So going to try and make this a daily staple where we will be looking for syncs,suppressed history,and anything else that will help us understand our present. So yesterday I pulled up 5 or 6 items that I thought would be good for today.This morning as I sat down,I had thought that this was Thursday as I looked at the date on my laptop. When I opened the link which you are about to read,I had this very strong feeling that not only had this event happened on December 6th,but on Thursday December 6th, 1928.Just to satisfy my curiosity,I checked yesterday's 'lead',and what do you know,December 5th ,1945 fell on Wednesday,so I guess I am starting off lucky.I will throw some interesting links at the bottom(I know a couple of these do not match up date and day)The one on the antiquities of Egypt need to be discussed.I believe they belong to the country.
Ok, syncs in play here...Central America,CIA,immigration,drugs,no need to introduce the corporate evil,it appears they were already legend long before the CIA. Let us listen to a voice from the South on this evil...Just read it a second time,gotta ask with the 'caravans',how much has really changed in the last 90 years for the people of Latin and South America? I am afraid not much.
[....Protest started due to the indirect hiring of workers on the part of the company, which decreased costs greatly by not paying legal labour benefits by using sub-contractors. One of the articles of the work agreement stipulated "all the work details will be in charge of the contractor firm and neither the contractor nor the worker will be workers of the United Fruit Company". The company alleged on its defence that the workers did not belong to the company and that abuses were committed by the contracting part. The main objective of the strike was to put pressure on the UFC to force it to comply with the Colombian Labour laws approved in 191514, which the United Fruit Company 15 avoided to comply since it meant to grant certain benefits to workers.
Several days before the killings, regional newspapers offered a hopeful vision. The daily paper "La Prensa" announced that the strike was being negotiated satisfactorily as a consequence of a communication from Bogotá from the Chief of the Work Office, Dr. Hoyos Becerra, where it was stated that the Ministers of Industry and Government, supported by members of their staff were in the Banana Zone as mediators to find a solution. The news mentioned that the situation was improving since the superior officials of the government and the workers' delegates had been able to remain within the law with a remarkable moderation and civilian respect.16
Due to the strike, and with the aim of lowering the pressure exerted on the company, it decided to pay the first two weeks of salary of the workers, which it was in debt of paying. It reached the amount of $30.000 and the company considered it could serve to resist the strike for some more days, especially because commerce had become difficult, sales had diminished 75% and the banks had difficulties collecting debts.17. The strike started on the second week of November; by the end of the month, after three weeks the news coming from the government about the imminent end of the movement were contradictory, since the only certainty was that it continued. The strike movement had two commissions of workers: one was in charge of logistics and the other one of surveillance to avoid banana harvesting.18...]