Friday, September 12, 2014

More Whiny Charges of Racism byt Some Racists




Its chief, Craig Bronaugh Jr., told the newspaper that four firefighters who had been removed from their duties and sent home actually may return.

But officials with the Service Employees International Union Local 73, which represents the suburb’s firefighters, said it had gone too far for only that, and they filed a complaint with the state Labor Relations Board, the Tribune reported.

“It’s about freedom of speech, and there should be nothing wrong with them expressing their patriotism,” spokesman Adam Rosen said.

He explained the department had simply refused to bargain with the union over the issue, creating a hostile work situation.

 A report from Chicago’s WGN TV explained what apparently happened.

An order came down from Bronaugh that because of a culture of racism, firefighters had to remove all decals or stickers, including American flags and military stickers, from their city lockers.

Showing a picture of a “monkey smoking a cigarette” that had been taped to one locker, he said, “As a fire chief here, I cannot afford nor tolerate [racism].”

But several firefighters refused, and ultimately were sent home. They explained the monkey picture had been put on one firefighter’s locker years ago by a buddy who wanted to chide him about his smoking, and the actually tension started, according to the WGN report, when the chief ordered a new American flag be removed from Fire Station 2.

6 years of incendiary race-baiting by the Obama-Holder faction have created this culture of Black racists looking to pick a fight.   On the plus side, the firefighters are SEIU thugs, so there is some nice schadenfreude here.  A pox on them all.


Anonymous said...

Your last comment was my thought too. Kinda like a liberal feels when he watches and endangered animal eat an endangered plant.

Kauf Buch said...

We discussed this a couple of days ago over at I Own The World, and the general consensus was that

It is HE who sees BLACKS AS MONKEYS.

No. One. Else.


Anonymous said...

I was a fireman; and every morning we raised Old Glory and the Texas flag. I'm curious; do fire stations in the PROI not have flag poles? Or should gallows be more appropriate?

Anonymous said...

That wasn't a monkey. It was actually a picture of Cheetah the chimp, who as a baby played in the very first Johnny Weismuller Tarzan movie in 1932. She lived into the 2000's something, just died a few years ago.

I am a huge nerd.

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