Thursday, 17 April 2008

Solidarity and May Day

The only Trade Union I know that actually does care about its members

The nationalist Trade Union Solidarity is calling upon its members not only to join in the traditional May Day celebrations but also to mark the 'Authentic' date rather than just the Public holiday.

'Workers Day' has its roots in the 19th century demand for an eight hour working day. As Pat Harrington, Solidarity General Secretary, says "Since British workers find their pay and working conditions eroded under renewed and relentless pressure from ruthless employers and cheap non-unionised migrant labour; the need for a militant patriotic union to fight their case has never been stronger. Other Unions heavily connected to the Government may try to avoid these issues but we will not. May Day is truly our day".

Ever since May Day has become a public holiday the day has changed each year to coincide with the nearest Monday. May 1st (this year on a Thursday) however is the authentic day for celebrating the traditional 'First day of Summer' and 'Workers Day'.

Authentic May Day will be celebrated by Solidarity members throughout the UK on May 1st which will include leafleting and public stalls explaining the 'days' significance for British workers.


4 comments:

Strider said...

May Day is also noted for being the day when the psychology of the Left manifests itself into the tearing down of all that is glorious.

Nationalists build and aspire to new heights, Commies destroy and attempt to bring everyone down with them.

Roll on May 1st. We're up for it.

Anonymous said...

I'm glad to see Nationalists reclaiming May Day. The fight for the rights of ordinary workers is more vital than ever. We are threatened by the effects of globalisation and greedy Capitalists who don't give a damn about us or our country. God bless Solidarity!

Anonymous said...

I was pleased to see that Solidarity members were out on the streets in different locations spreading the word. I distributed leaflets to shoppers in Peterborough. The leadership of the Union has made it clear that the basic unit of our Brotherhood is one! Whilst we can form into chapters when needed individual action and responsibility is the basis. By highlighting days of action I am in communion with my brothers though we are geographically separate. Our uncompromising message of workers rights and Nationalist aspirations was well received.

Anonymous said...

I was out with my Solidarity leaflets in Glasgow. I chose to do door-to-door distribution in a predominantly working-class area where I thought the message would go down well.

Despite all the attempts to disrupt Solidarity (which continue) our membership just keeps on working. They will never stop us. Together we are strong!