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Unite and Labour Cash Machine, how taxpayers funded Labour

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
You may know of Unite the trade union that is trying to destroy your holidays ? Over the years I knew that Unite has given the Labour Party over £30m in funds. It has now emerged (via the BNP though) that the Labour government has given Unite over £18m in grants. Thus a money swapping merrygoround where British tax payers fund Labour and the very guys that want to ruin your holidays. Also the head of Unite Tony Woodley has just come back from Cuba where he gave a rousing address and speech to a communist rally while he should have been at BA talks. Oh I read this in the daily mail and other sources.
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
Yeah, you're right. They're only doing it to try and ruin your holidays:roll:
#2
Let's see how much they give them now.......
#3
all unions are scum
#4
You can see how this is going to be, Unite are planning this all along, they want to start industrial action no matter what, BA is the first part of the strategy. This way they can wage "class" war against the conservatives, ruin the country, and bring Labour into power as the shining knights.

Most Unite top brass also are top members of the British Communist Party. Its amazing how ordinary BA workers accept themselves to be used as political fodder.

D.
banned#5
And David Icke thinks he is Jesus, blimey, Labour are gone already! take a breath, put up your large poster of Cameron/Clegg and relax for the next 5 years
banned#6
One of the reasons I cancelled my union subscription, it's a bloody joke!
#7
If anybody thinks that Union Members are being treated fairly by the Courts, they need to wake up and smell the coffee.

This is almost the end of democracy as we know it.

Willie Walsh clearly has this countries system in his pocket.

A small ' tash would suit him nicely.
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If anybody thinks that Union Members are being treated fairly by the Courts, they need to wake up and smell the coffee.

This is almost the end of democracy as we know it.

Willie Walsh clearly has this countries system in his pocket.

A small ' tash would suit him nicely.


Tell that to Unite executives, who goto cuba and participate in anti democratic communist rallies. For them, democracy is also the evil when they goto Cuba and praise communism to the heavens. Yeah, they also gave themselves a 20% pay rise at Unite, thanks very much union members for striking without pay !

Unite are controlled by communist scum, too powerfull, and should be split apart into multiple unions that might actually represent workers rights instead of political ideals.

D
#9
Once you remove the democratic right for workers to withdraw their labour following an overwhelming majority of voting members to do so.


You start going down a very narrow road.

Strange that BA won this court action, but the recent court action against them was suddenly dropped.:roll:
#10
just waiting for PLUM to start saying that there is nothing wrong with this.
#11
compo
just waiting for PLUM to start saying that there is nothing wrong with this.


Who or what is PLUM ?

D
#12
BA employees will strike and be as successful as were the London and Liverpool dockers....and we all know how many of them there are now....
banned#13
pinkleponkle
all unions are scum


Here, here!

Socialist scum! :thumbsup:
banned#14
dapunk
Who or what is PLUM ?

D


He's a plum, a socialist plum.
banned#15
Inactive
Once you remove the democratic right for workers to withdraw their labour following an overwhelming majority of voting members to do so.


You start going down a very narrow road.

Strange that BA won this court action, but the recent court action against them was suddenly dropped.:roll:


Rubbish. The unions that do strike do so for ridiculous reasons. We'd all like a lot more money but we're a little screwed to be demanding that at this stage in the proceedings.
Nurses for instance don't have the right to strike, because of the dire consequences, proof that you don't have to strike just because the pennies have dried up a bit.

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