This is appalling but not surprising. The full story can be viewed on the British National Party website.
A source inside Lindsey Refinery has provided BNP News with details of a meeting held recently by management at the French owned refinery in which it was stated that the strike would “fizzle out by March” at the latest.
Thereafter, the BNP News source said, management was going to engage in a major refurbishment of the plant (apparently required for insurance purposes) and around 2500 new jobs were going to be created as a result.
Management had agreed to allocate around 700 of the 2000 jobs to British workers as a sop. All the other workers were to be foreigners brought in to undercut British workers.
The deal struck with Unite has now made even this gesture unnecessary, and management is reportedly ecstatic that the number of jobs for British workers can be cut down from the 700 they expected, to just 101.
I am sure that I speak for every one of the members of the Nuneaton, Bedworth and North Warwickshire group of the BNP when I saw that my support and sympathy lies with the workers.
BNPtv has a short video clip which I am including for you.
If there are any union members out there who wish to remain under the trade union umbrella, which the BNP actively encourages by the way, but wish to find details of a nationalist trade union then you would be well advised to consider joining the Solidarity Trades Union. A nationalist trades union which does believe in British Jobs for British Workers.