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Industrial action carries the inherit danger of mass firings, just as it always has.

It is about money, corporations, and government.

Get used to it. We are TOTAL-ly uncompetitive in Britain.

And stop peddling your hate here.

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Industrial action carries the inherit danger of mass firings, just as it always has.

It is about money, corporations, and government.

Get used to it. We are TOTAL-ly uncompetitive in Britain.

Yup - mostly due to the cost of living I think... a large part of which is down to HOUSEPRICES!!! :lol:

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Industrial action carries the inherit danger of mass firings, just as it always has.

It is about money, corporations, and government.

Get used to it. We are TOTAL-ly uncompetitive in Britain.

And stop peddling your hate here.

MODS: Kill this thread.

No hate here mate - just good old facts - can't handle that can ya Pinko.

Go on brand me something else - the old socialist bullsh1t's not working anymore comrade ;)

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No hate here mate - just good old facts - can't handle that can ya Pinko.

Go on brand me something else - the old socialist bullsh1t's not working anymore comrade ;)

Why do you choose to associate industrial action, and the corporate response with frigging neo-nazi's?

And you should get your facts straight. Socialism is a byproduct of 1800's British & French domestic policy....old chap / ami(e).

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Time to fill up?

900 workers sacked at oil plant

Brits sacked to make way for cheap foreign labour...

Coming to a vocation near you soon...

Thanks Labour...

Party of the working man indeed - just not the British working man apparently...

Yup, and soon we will see the final act of betrayal as Gordon "British Jobs for British Workers" Brown backs the Bosses and turns the Riot Police on protesting sacked workers for his very own 'Battle of Orgreave'.

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I guess this has the potential to be a big story, I wonder what coverage it will get over the next few days...

This is a big story and very significant but will get little coverage in the media and what coverage there will

be will paint the workers as the villains.

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Brits sacked to make way for cheap foreign labour...

No, Brits sacked for taking illegal strike action. And refusing to return to work for offered negotiations.

Strike illegally, get sacked. It's that simple.

Take your BNP racist propaganda and shove it up your ar5e. This has feck all to do with cheap foreign labour, and everything to do with militant muppets getting the smackdown, and quite right too.

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Why do you choose to associate industrial action, and the corporate response with frigging neo-nazi's?

And you should get your facts straight. Socialism is a byproduct of 1800's British & French domestic policy....old chap / ami(e).

Sorry comrade I know you're in full on Pravda mode here, but the only one mentioning nazis is you...

I'm just pointing out that peeps might want to fill their tanks as more action is sure to follow...

Oh that and the fact that "British jobs for British workers" Brown is standing by while 900 Brits are sacked, ultimately to be replaced by foreign contract labour....

Do ya think Total would have dared to sack 900 French workers?? Hmmmm thats a hard one eh?

Tell you what, you go right on name calling and leave the grown ups to discuss the real issues mmm'kay?

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Amazing isn`t it that a website which only a couple of years ago changed hands for £800,000 has been infested by the drones of the BNP...

Why would that surprise you?

The feckless drones of the BNP love to blame other people for their stupidity, laziness, and incompetence.

A website moaning about high house prices, and blaming all sorts of other people for the problem, would be like honey to bears.......... Oh, wait..... :lol:

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No, Brits sacked for taking illegal strike action. And refusing to return to work for offered negotiations.

Strike illegally, get sacked. It's that simple.

Take your BNP racist propaganda and shove it up your ar5e. This has feck all to do with cheap foreign labour, and everything to do with militant muppets getting the smackdown, and quite right too.

So, you'll agree that wage inflation is off the cards then?

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No, Brits sacked for taking illegal strike action. And refusing to return to work for offered negotiations.

Strike illegally, get sacked. It's that simple.

Take your BNP racist propaganda and shove it up your ar5e. This has feck all to do with cheap foreign labour, and everything to do with militant muppets getting the smackdown, and quite right too.

Interesting - Illegal strike action.... think about that...

Illegal to withhold your labour... Where have I heard that before.... ;)

And you can also keep on with the name calling... It's really just showing you for what you are...

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£800,000 are you sure about that? Have you got a link, I thought it was more like £8,000?

Amazing isn`t it that a website which only a couple of years ago changed hands for £800,000 has been infested by the drones of the BNP...

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British Jobs for British workers!

..................Ok i get me coat.

I keep hearing that this site is worth MEGA bucks??????

How come, its just a few friends laughing at Gordon EA & Ramping Daily Express

Mike

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Sorry comrade I know you're in full on Pravda mode here, but the only one mentioning nazis is you...

I'm just pointing out that peeps might want to fill their tanks as more action is sure to follow...

Oh that and the fact that "British jobs for British workers" Brown is standing by while 900 Brits are sacked, ultimately to be replaced by foreign contract labour....

Do ya think Total would have dared to sack 900 French workers?? Hmmmm thats a hard one eh?

Tell you what, you go right on name calling and leave the grown ups to discuss the real issues mmm'kay?

Organized labour is SOCIALISM. Get your facts straight.

I will help steer you in the right direction, with a snippet from Encyclopaedia Britannica:

British trade unionism has a long and continuous history. Medieval guilds, which regulated craft production, clearly differed in function from trade unions, in that guilds were combinations of both masters and workers while modern unions emerged to serve workers’ interests alone. However, aspects of guild regulation—as in matters relating to apprenticeship—were incorporated into the objectives of early unionism, so that some continuity may be discerned between the decay of the one form of organization and the emergence of the other. Examples of the trade-union form of organization are hard to trace before the late 17th century; but during the following hundred years, combinations, as they were known to contemporaries, became widespread, emerging among groups of handicraft workers such as tailors, carpenters, and printers. Their emergence at this period was a result of the development of manufacturing and commerce on a capitalist basis. The number of handicraft workers within the economy was expanding, yet for such workers the prospect of making the transition from journeyman to master was diminishing. Both the rising demand for their labour and their emerging status as permanent employees were essential elements in this early development of labour organization. An additional factor, related to the rise of capitalism, was the progressive withdrawal of the state from wage regulation in particular and from labour-market intervention more generally. This was confirmed by the repeal, in 1813 and 1814, of legislation that had provided for the fixing of wages by justices and had stipulated apprenticeship requirements for entry into a trade. The state’s withdrawal from labour-market regulation raised with some urgency the issue of the legality of trade unions. Under the Combination Acts of 1799 and 1800, a general prohibition had been placed upon them, in addition to the restraints imposed by the common law of conspiracy. Such a general prohibition now appeared anomalous and unjust, and it was indeed removed by legislation in 1824 and 1825. Common law impediments remained.

In the ensuing period, unions multiplied. As in the previous century, they were typically local in scope and craft in composition. Even in the emerging mechanized and factory-based sector, the relatively unsophisticated technology and managerial organization required the employment of skilled tradesmen, and these were assimilated into combinations based on the craft pattern of organization; engineers, boilermakers, and cotton spinners are examples. Yet, at this stage, the structure of unionism was still sufficiently fluid to permit widespread experimentation. During the 1830s there developed a movement toward “general unionism,†directed both at establishing organization nationally and at drawing the various organized trades into alliance with one another. The pioneer in this movement was the cotton spinners’ leader, John Doherty, but much of its impetus derived from Robert Owen, whose ideal of cooperative as against capitalist production found widespread support. The most ambitious Owenite union project was the Grand National Consolidated Trades Union of 1833–34, designed to embrace the whole of labour though in practice focused on London tailors and shoemakers. Inherently unstable, as were the other broad labour formations of the period, this union did not expire without leaving an enduring legacy. Six Dorsetshire agricultural labourers—the Tolpuddle Martyrs—were convicted and sentenced to transportation to Australia for swearing a secret oath in connection with the union. The union mounted a major campaign on their behalf, and this episode is still cherished by the modern labour movement as symbolic of its early struggle.

But I think this is beyond your scope...which is why we need to have a legal system and libraries.

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£800,000 are you sure about that? Have you got a link, I thought it was more like £8,000?

Hush now - don't point out the truth to these nu-labour cronies... they can't handle it..

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No, Brits sacked for taking illegal strike action. And refusing to return to work for offered negotiations.

Strike illegally, get sacked. It's that simple.

Take your BNP racist propaganda and shove it up your ar5e. This has feck all to do with cheap foreign labour, and everything to do with militant muppets getting the smackdown, and quite right too.

The workers took action because employers were gradually replacing local workers with cheap foreign labour.

It has come to a head and employers have been forced to come out in the open about it.

If the workers lose this one we are all ******ed.

It is an economic class war.

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Take your BNP racist propaganda and shove it up your ar5e.

You can't stop the tide, *****.

:lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

Edit ***** was C nut.

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This has feck all to do with cheap foreign labour.

As I understand it local contractors are gettig laid off while foreign contractors are being kept on.

What do you think they are striking about then - the canteen prices? :lol:

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Get used to it. We are TOTAL-ly uncompetitive in Britain.

It is a flaw with the whole euro/global thing where clearly it is not a level playing field for all, the only way the playing field is getting to be re-aligned is for us to import the poverty from abroad by cheap (slave) goods or labour and export the wealth back.

It's not our fault that cost of living is higher here but I guess it is one way to re-align things. Personally I would rather we just did a bit more for ourselves - am I a bad person?

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Organized labour is SOCIALISM. Get your facts straight.

I will help steer you in the right direction, with a snippet from Encyclopaedia Britannica:

The Britannica passage doesn't mention socialism once.

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