Friday, 30 January 2009

Anger over use of foreign workers grow

Brown said it but he did not mean it

So more and more British Workers are waking up to the fact that their jobs are being taken by imported labour brought in to replace them.

Finally they have began to realise that these actions are not an act of God but deliberately planned to drive down their wages by the New World Orders attempt to "level down" Our Country to that of nations where people work just for the price of a meal.

Perhaps now the people of this country will realise that only the British National Party has consistently warned them and told them the truth. The following has been cut n pasted from a Press Association Release of just 10 minutes ago....

Strikers will hold a mass meeting outside an oil refinery in a dispute over the use of foreign workers on a multimillion-pound construction project.

They are angry about a decision to bring in hundreds of Italian and Portuguese contractors to work on a new £200-million plant at the giant Lindsey Oil Refinery at North Killingholme, North Lincolnshire.

Meanwhile, seven hundred workers at a Scottish oil refinery walked out on unofficial strike. The mechanical contractors, who work for BP and INEOS at Grangemouth, took the action after a union meeting.

In south Wales, police were called to Aberthaw power station near Barry after a protest was staged there. And around 400 workers at a refinery in Wilton near Redcar, Teesside, have also walked out, Cleveland Police said.

Police said around 800 people took part in a demonstration outside the North Lincolnshire refinery on Thursday, but union bosses claimed the numbers involved were closer to 1,000.

It is understood 100 Italian and Portuguese workers are currently on the site. They are expected to be joined by 300 more next month. The foreign workers are being housed in large, grey housing barges which are moored in Grimsby docks.

Cleethorpes MP Shona McIsaac said the decision was "like a red rag to a bull for people in our community who are out of work and who have skills that could be used in this construction project".

Unite union regional officer Bernard McAuley said workers at the refinery were joined by hundreds of trade unionists and other supporters from around the UK.

He said: "They've come from all over the country. We reckon there were almost 1,000 people here. We've also had huge numbers of messages of support from people who are incensed by this decision. It's a total mockery. There are men here whose fathers and uncles have worked at this refinery, built this refinery from scratch. It's outrageous."

The refinery covers 500 acres and is the third largest in the UK, processing 10 million tonnes of crude per year - 200,000 barrels per day. Total, which runs the site, said the contract for the new HDS-3 unit at the centre of the controversy was awarded to the Italian-based firm IREM after a tendering process. IREM has a permanent specialist skilled workforce which it employs directly.


Imported Italian Workers make crude gestures to watching British Workers whose jobs they are taking. Anyone got a better image please?

And what about the multi-national Total that have imported these workers. What do they have to say:
Total has pledged that the Italian workers for Irem will be paid at UK national rates and will have the same conditions as British counterparts. The oil giant also said that there will be no redundancies in Britain.
Not bloody good enough. We do not give a toss what you say. Those are British Jobs and should go to British Workers. Neither do we believe your bare faced lies about redundancies.

So much for the myth put about by our globalist government and big business that the British are Lazy and will not work and that is why they require cheap labour from abroad.

And True British Workers should not be fooled by the words of the Unite trade union. They are marxists who also wish to see a one world government but are being forced into supporting their membership now, in order to protect their own positions.


Anonymous said...

Meltdoon McBroon has been up in pro-BNP West Cumbria promising jobs for locals at the new Sellafield power station.

I believe him.

I also believe in the green shoots of recovery, moderate Muslims and the tooth fairy.

The Green Arrow said...

Anon 10:09

Usually I do not have time to respond to comments much as I would wish to but yours brought a smile to my face.

And for that I thank you.

Anglo-Australian Alliance said...

Do I sense that Nationalism is regaining the factories from the Reds?

I suggest that the BNP and Solidarity get out into the pickets and combat the poison of UNITE and UNISON. Show the workers that NATIONALISM IS THEIR HOME.

Let's have nationwide strikes in support of British Jobs for British Workers...


Anonymous said...

yes so much for Brown's impressive BNP inspired soundbite "British jobs for British workers" he must have known he was lying when he said that, the sooner this mis - Government are out the better, we can start cleaning up this mess, and don't expect help from Cameron either he is very much pro EU. Cameron is definately not on the side of the British worker, his senior aides have said the minimum wage will be allowed to "melt away" political mizz

SausageAndEggsTwice said...

It's true - the BNP said all along this would happen! One day all of this glorious country will be just another part of the Eurabian empire, tyrannically ruled from... Rome...

Damn those crazy-cleric-cultists, dangerous-dhimmis poisonous-paedophile... Italians...

Wow, when did Muslims get a taste for salami?

Remind me about Berlusconi and the 'new phalanx' again won't you...?