Wednesday, 11 July 2007

Solidarity - EGM Saturday July 14

It looks as though Solidarity will soon have all their teething problems resolved. Just grabbed the following from their site announcing their EGM and motions received from the members. My italics and bolding.

The required two-thirds of Solidarity members have now expressed a desire for an Emergency General Meeting on July 14. The meeting will discuss important Constitutional and operational matters

So far members have submitted motions which:-

  1. Propose increasing the Executive to seven places
  2. Create a dedicated role of Treasurer
  3. Change the Registered Office of the Union
  4. Create a committee to look in detail at the Constitution of the Union and make proposals

The meeting will be held in the Borough of Brentwood, part of Essex in England.It is located in the London commuter belt, 20 miles (30 km) east north-east of Charing Cross in London and near to the M25 motorway.

It is also situated on the Great Eastern Main Line.

Train services are provided by 'one'. The typical off-peak service from the station sees six trains per hour between Shenfield and London Liverpool Street. On Saturday, July 14 trains from Liverpool Street depart at.






Journey time is just over 30 minutes.

Re-direction will be from outside Brentwood BR Station from 11am. A number of stewards will be on hand to give you directions to the meeting place. Please bring your Union membership card and photographic ID with you to assist our stewards. Please note that no cameras or recording equipment may be used without the permission of the General Secretary. If you wish to apply for such permission please e-mail solidaritygb@aol.comThis e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it . Additionally, due to security considerations you may be subject to search on entering or re-entering the meeting. Female stewards will be on duty as well as male. We also advise that you bring a packed lunch as no lunch break will be held.

Please ignore any communication which tells you that the EGM has been cancelled or will not go ahead. This will be enemy/factional propaganda. If you are in any doubt as to the authenticity of communications sent to you please e-mail

We have waited a long time for a trade union like Solidarity. Too many British National Party members and supporters have been persecuted for their valid political beliefs and love of Our Country. Now they have a trade union who encourages those views and beliefs. Join Solidarity then join the BNP. Like the add says. All round protection.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

As a loyal Solidarity member I was proud to attend the EGM. The small group of troublemakers within the Union didn't show - they hadn't the front. It was great to see so many ordinary workers coming together to plan how to build our Union. Builders, teacher, posties were all there to name just a few! Mark Walker told of his troubles at work and how our General Secretary Pat Harrington had come to his assistance. Simone Clarke told of her experiences of persecution on account of political belief. We went through our Constitution and gave our General Secretary new powers to put Exec members up for sacking by postal vote of the whole membership. This was to deal with rogue elements like Potter and Hawke who have defied the membership and colluded with Lancaster UAF and our enemies. Our Executive was expanded to seven and a dedicated role of Treasurer established separate from that of both General Secretary and President. We welcomed the appointment of Simone Clarke, Adam Walker, David Kerr and Lindsay Nieuhoff to our Executive. Pat Harrington said that he was particularly pleased to see talented women taking senior positions.

We now have a strong Exec with very creative, dedicated people. We are involved in a massive recruitment campaign which has already resulted in a surge of new members - many with years of Trade Union experience. I urge all those intereste in building an independent Trade Union founded on the principle that British workers should be put first to join us. Check out: