Union capriciousness

The images of indignant citizens trying to force “activists” off the gangplank of a passenger ferry whose departure from the port of Piraeus they were preventing are painful.

They should prompt union leaders and their political party instructors to rethink their tactics.

In any case, they are definitely a measure of how this kind of “unionism,” which has come to be identified with anti-social capriciousness, has lost its legitimacy.