"I don’t have words to describe what the Union filth did to our...

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    "I don’t have words to describe what the Union filth did to our soldiers."

    Well of course you don't have the words because you're repeating a myth to smear the union movement.

    In conclusion then, simply this: to assign the tumult of Australian wartime industrial relations to the leadership of the trade union movement, to a communist plot of some kind, to portray the turmoil as some sort of sinister plot, to use words like ‘treason’, ‘sabotage’, to even claim that the scale of industrial turmoil in Australia was somehow unique amongst the Allied homefronts, flies in the face of fact and reason, and a significant body of published research and analysis.
    It is on a par with the denial of climate change science, and is at once both stupid and malicious.

    https://ro.uow.edu.au/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=2800&context=lhapapers
 
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