February 4, 2009
The staggeringly hypocritical and forked tongue liars running the Unite Union, who are now bleating about foreign workers in Britain, were actively working to support migrant labour in this country only a few weeks ago, a BNP News investigation has revealed.
A press release, put up on the Amicus/Unite website, dated 5 December 2008, describes in detail how that union was actively helping foreign workers in Britain.
Under the heading “Unite Bringing the Migrant Community Together” that union announced that it would, together with Unionlearn, be hosting an event in Stoke on Trent on Saturday 6th December “which will give information, advice and guidance to migrant workers working in the UK.”
“Workers and their families will be able to take advantage of free information about employment rights, family issues and local community benefits,” the Unite Union said.
“Unite members and migrant workers will have access to translators, employment law solicitors and local college staff. The Employment law solicitors will provide the migrant workers with any legal advice they may need and can offer them the time and assistance that our members would not usually be able to receive.”
Note that last sentence: the Unite Union is actually saying that it will provide services to foreign workers that its own members “would not usually be able to receive.” In other words, the Union actively discriminates against its own members.
The press release continues: “Simon Wallace, Unite official said: ‘Bringing people together at times like these shows that we have so much in common as workers. Unite is committed to building in strong communities because we know this is the way to combat exploitation and division.’”
The pattern is clear: the Labour party-supporting Trade Unions discriminate against their own members, and it is therefore no surprise that they support a government which also discriminates against British people in favour of foreign workers.
The time has come for British workers to cast off the treacherous far leftist and anti-British cranks who run the unions, and reclaim that movement for the purpose for which it was originally created, namely to protect British jobs.
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