The World Federation of Trade Unions condemns the neo-fascist acts of the ultra right, lead by such organized groups as the Ku Klux Klan and other militia neo Nazi movements.
Working class and progressive allies have fought for the full length of the history of the United States against legal Slavery for over 350 years; only ending in 1865. The technical end of Slavery did not end the Corporate use their militias to continue slavery conditions in industrial areas. The brutal corporate violence at the Haymarket Square and Ludlow massacres took place at the same time Black workers were and still are subjected to murders and lynching.
The recent KKK inspired killings in South Carolina are totally connected to the police killings also in South Carolina, Ferguson [Missouri], Staten Island New York, and elsewhere. The KKK is the open face of the thousands of militia groups across the U.S.
This is the 20th anniversary of the ultra right domestic violence in the US which took place in Oklahoma City where 168 people were killed by a neo fascist bomber.
The US Justice Department has rarely addressed all of these acts of domestic terror conducted by police departments and connected to anti-trade union/racist corporations.
The WFTU calls on all pro working class/trade union and progressive forces to demand a full inquiry and justice with new government laws against these militias and corporate sponsored domestic terrorists.
The people and the working class should, with their action and struggle, isolate such phenomena, expose and weaken them in daily life, in the workplaces, in the social organizations of any kind.