Union heads not like before
I HAVE TO SAY that I find the behaviour of our union leaders of today to be similar to that of some our youth today.
Unions were around as far back as the late “heavy roller” Sir Frank Walcott, but I don’t remember the atmosphere being so hostile.
Today, if you should mash somebody’s toe, look out. They respond [with] little restraint or tolerance. What examples are these leaders setting for the said people they are supposed to be representing? Looks like once you don’t get what you want, there has to be some fight or show of force or power.
But what about the damage done in pursuit of this? I have always heard that children should not play with sharp-edged tools for they will either hurt someone or hurt themselves.
– WAYNE LASHLEY