How a metal trade union turned a small town into an insurgent resistance

When the city of Wurzburg, Germany, became a stronghold for militant trade unionists, the struggle to keep the city running was almost a thing of the past.

The city became known as the Metal Trade Union House, and by the mid-2000s, it had become the heart of a rebellion against the state.

The Metal Trade Unions (MTU) was founded in the early 1990s by a group of metal workers who were dissatisfied with the way their jobs were being used in the German steel industry.

Metal workers were being fired, and their pay was being slashed, and they were being paid lower wages, and there were cuts to their pensions and health care, all because of government regulations.

The MTTU took a different approach.

It wanted to make the government listen to its workers, and to change its practices in order to better protect its workers.

They started to organize their own trades and industries, and within two years, the MTTUs became one of the largest metal workers unions in Germany.

They were also able to put forward a vision for a better future for their workers.

In 2003, the city council passed a law allowing metal workers to form trade unions.

The first MTTs formed in 2005, and in 2010, the government gave them more autonomy and the right to organize as industrial unions.

But it was in 2013, when a series of terrorist attacks in the country left at least 20 people dead, that the MTSU was able to seize the opportunity to change the country’s economic landscape.

The first of the Metal Trades Unions in Wurzerburg, which took place in 2013.

The MTTW was founded as a trade union, but it quickly expanded to other industries.

In 2015, the number of MTT members grew from four to around 25,000.

In Wurzers most recent strike, around 70 people were killed, with about 20,000 injured.

The city council and the state of Hesse have not been entirely receptive to the MMTs demands.

A few years ago, the Wurzi region was divided into three regions: the industrial regions, the industrial and service regions, and the agricultural regions.

As of 2018, the two industrial regions have not had a representative in the council, and as a result, no one is elected to represent them.

The government has also been extremely reluctant to change laws that prevent the MTFs from forming trade unions in the industrial zones.

According to MTT head Markus Jäger, the problem is that the government is unwilling to take on a trade war.

‘We have no choice but to stand together with the people,’ he said.

Jäger and his MTT allies have made it clear that they will not compromise on their demands.

‘The Metal Trading Unions do not want to become a party,’ he told Al Jazeera.

‘This is the only way we can stop the cuts in pensions, health care and pensions for our members.’

But even though they have been successful in the past, the political situation in Germany is very difficult.

The metal sector is a very important industry in the state, and a number of politicians are aware of the importance of the industry.

They know that the more powerful and powerful a union becomes, the more people will be forced to support it, and therefore the longer they will be in power.

In 2017, a similar situation occurred in Austria, when the government banned the Metal Workers Federation (DGK), a major trade union that represented workers in the automotive industry.

The DGK was a very strong union, with a large number of members, and its members have been the target of several terror attacks.

The government in Hesse has also not been a great supporter of the MHTs demands for change.

The state has not taken a very clear stance towards the MTR, and has refused to make concessions on the issue.

For instance, the state government recently refused to grant the MNTs request for more autonomy.

So far, the metal industry in Hessen has not been able to form an independent union.

In the absence of any clear political will, the Metal Working Unions has decided to go on strike on January 2, 2019.

Their aim is to bring an end to the cuts to pensions and sick pay, and make the union a stronger entity in the metal sector.

In January 2018, Wurzelberg, a small city in the southern region of Hessen, became the first in the world to hold a strike.

The strike started in Wuerzburg on December 10, 2018.

After some months of negotiations, the strike was officially declared on January 1, 2019, but the strike started earlier.’

It’s a great opportunity for us,’ said Rolf-Martin Schäfer, a member of the Würzelberg Metal Workers’ Federation.

‘People have a lot to lose, but we don’t want to lose