Labour backbenchers, supported by all the biggest unions, will unveil the plan tomorrow when they put forward an amendment to the Employment Bill that would allow them to ban members of the BNP.
The totalitarian proposals — reminiscent of the Communist one-party states from which the trade union leaders draw their inspiration — is apparently driven by their fear that the BNP might win seats at next year’s European Parliamentary elections and make further gains in council elections.
According to some estimates, the BNP would need only 7.5 percent of the vote in northwest England and only 11 percent in Yorkshire and the West Midlands to win seats in the European parliament. Given recent by-election results, this would appear to be easily within the party’s grasp.
In addition, Labour party officials have already publicly expressed their opinion that the BNP could become the largest party in two councils — Barking and Dagenham in Essex and Stoke-on-Trent — in next year’s council elections.
As a result, the far leftist communist cranks who make up the union leadership, the Labour Party and their Trotskyite supporters who mask themselves as “anti-fascists” have decided that democracy is not good enough and needs to be stamped on.
Faced with people freely exercising their democratic rights, these extremists would rather see free speech and free political association banned.
A spokesman for Thompsons solicitors, the trades union law firm, was quoted in a newspaper report as saying that the proposed amendment would “mean a union could expel or deny membership to someone whose membership of a political party runs contrary to the union’s rule book.”
There is only one union which is unashamedly for the rights of British workers — Solidarity. All trade union members who are sick of seeing their dues go into supporting the fanatically anti-British, anti-white Labour party, should join Solidarity today. Click here!
BNP NEWS TEAM