Thursday, September 06, 2007


This is dedicated to all those Scabbies who were bragging to the New York Post about how much money they were making because we were on strike,and to New York Post columnist Andrea Peyser who is the yenta from Queens.Last but not least Fernando Mateo who claims to be the head of New York State Taxi{SCAB} Drivers.He has never seen a strike he didn't want to break. There is a special place in Hell being built for him.

This was"written with barbed wire on sandpaper," by Jack London in 1903

"After God had finished the rattlesnake, the toad, the vampire, He had some awful substance left with which He made a scab. A scab is a two-legged animal with a cork-screw soul, a water-logged brain, a combination backbone of jelly and glue. Where others have hearts, he carries a tumor of rotten principles.

When a scab comes down the street, men turn their backs and angels weep in heaven, and the Devil shuts the gates of Hell to keep him out.

No man has a right to scab so long as there is a pool of water to drown his carcass in, or a rope long enough to hang his body with. Judas Iscariot was a gentleman compared with a scab. For betraying his master, he had character enough to hang himself. A scab has not.

Esau sold his birthright for a mess of pottage. Judas Iscariot sold his Savior for thirty pieces of silver. Benedict Arnold sold his country for a promise of a commission in the British Army. The modern strikebreaker sells his birthright, his country, his wife, his children and his fellow men for an unfulfilled promise from his employer, trust or corporation.

Esau was a traitor to himself: Judas Iscariot was a traitor to his God; Benedict Arnold was a traitor to his country; a strikebreaker is a traitor to his God, his country, his wife, his family and his class."



Here are some of the pics from a press conference held yesterday at the Transit Workers hall on the West side on Manhattan.The only cabbies out on the street for the Strike were Scabbies. Making money of the backs of Striking Cabbies.

Bhairavi Desai head of New York Taxi Workers Alliance and myself