A warning shot has been fired today at Trimet union members.
I consider myself a scholar in regards to these events because I have spent so much time studying the subject and watching the players.
The following passage was written by the Oregonian Editorial board today. We all know that the Oregonian is the paper that is most responsible for promoting the government agenda.
Look at this propaganda (remember that everything that comes to us from the mainstream media is propaganda)
Mass transit, meanwhile, expands but not without suburban protest. TriMet, the region's bus and train agency, finds itself at the center of politically charged arguments about civic autonomy, perceived Portland arrogance, and whether light rail really can compete financially with bus service. The agency suffers financially from overcommitments on health care and retirement benefits, despite trims established late in a 2014 labor pact with its drivers and mechanics. And the slow, clickety-clickety-clack Portland Streetcar, distinct from TriMet-run MAX trains, continues to charm residents and tourists alike(what the fuck) – but at an uncalculated price.
So here we go again folks. Don't say I didn't tell ya so.