16 December 2008
Nu-Labour allows locals to rot & foreigners to take the jobs
Since 2001 about 1.3 million new jobs have been created in Britain, but the vast majority of those jobs went to foreigners, with roughly forty percent going to Eastern Europeans alone. Not only that but the number of British people in employment fell by 62,000 over the period. Even the Tories have started taunting Nu-Labour, with Dominic Grieve claiming: "This is yet more evidence that completely undermines Gordon Brown's unwise proclamation that he would deliver British jobs for British workers."
It does not take a genius to figure out what has happened over the past few years. The employers want to keep wages down and production up; thus to maintain their profit levels. Management filth, whose role it is to ensure that for their masters, know that the only way that a decent British working man is going to work like a dog is if someone is waving a big stick over his head.
Keeping an army of foremen, under-managers and other assorted human cockroaches on the payroll isn't cheap, so bringing in the Eastern Europeans makes a lot of sense. After all, they sat on their arses when socialism died, thus proving that they have no balls for the ruck, so minimum wage and the odd kick up the arse from time to time is all that is needed to keep them on their toes.
What is the solution to this? The solution is political: restore to the unions the powers that they enjoyed until the 1980s, get Britain out of the European Union, and tax the shit out of those creatures who did so well out of the Blatcherite period. Then re-industrialise.
The problem is that policies like this will not be propounded until Nu-Labour has been seriously stuffed at the polls - so bring on the next election!