There are no labor union laws for Gentiles under Talmudic "religious" doctrine.
The Jewish Encyclopedia states, quoting the Talmud, Sanhedrin 58b:
"A Gentile observing the Sabbath deserves death not even on Mondays is the Gentile allowed to rest probably to discourage general idleness." (See Exhibit 272)
Another passage (not reproduced, page 399 of the Talmud, Soncino edition) states:
"A heathen who keeps a day of rest, deserves death Their prohibition is their death sentence."
One wonders how these so-called "People of the Book" could ring the Bible in on that. However, after the word "death" in the above quotation from the Talmud is this: "For it is written, 'And a day and a night they shall not rest' (Genesis 8:22)."
But here is the actual Genesis verse:
"While the earth remaineth, seedtime and harvest, and cold and heat, and Summer and Winter, and day and night shall not cease."
No bearing whatsoever!
The above Talmudic "precepts" are certainly at variance with the fourth of the Ten Commandments, concerning the Sabbath day, in which this appears: "Thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates." (Ex.20: 10) Obviously a "stranger" would be a human being, and even cattle get to rest on the Sabbath, under the Commandment. However, under Judaism, Gentiles rank even lower than cattle. And, this twisting of the Bible by the Pharasaical Judaists once again illustrates how they "follow Moses," in reverse.
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