Amazon’s Third-World Workforce Revolts, Somali Migrants Strike for Higher Wages

When third-world migrants were imported at taxpayer expense into the United States, it was done in part to help the profit margins of globalist oligarchs like Jeff Bezos.

Bezos, founder of Amazon and owner of the lobbyist Washington Post newspaper, exploits a largely Somalian work force in Minnesota, and they have decided enough is enough.

Amazon workers originally organized at the East African community group Awood Center to demand better labor conditions. In their efforts, they have forced company superiors to come to the table for negotiations and staged a large protest last year.

They had their biggest victory yet on Thursday at Amazon’s MSP1 facility in Shakopee, MN where they staged a three-hour strike that they describe as a rousing success.

Like many Amazon workers, they are angry at the sub-standard conditions that the technocratic Bezos is forcing them to work under.

“We are very concerned with the increasing and unsafe workloads. The ‘rate’ they demand from us is dangerous and continues to increase,” worker Abdimajid Hassan said to Gizmodo.

“While we are facing these challenging situations, we don’t get any support from our managers. All they will communicate with us about is their concern that we reach our rate goals. It was time for action to show that we are united in demanding good, safe jobs,” Hassan said.

Last December’s rally featured an appearance from anti-Semitic Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) who stood in solidarity with the workers as they took the fight to their corporate capitalist oppressors.

While Jeff Bozo and the many government officials in his back pocket figured their social engineering project to dump third-world refugees in America would yield a compliant, ignorant workforce, they are finding the reality is much different.

The Somalian workers resistance is just the beginning of the globalist atom bomb that has been dropped onto America because of multiculturalism and forced diversity.

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