Post by salopboy on Apr 28, 2006 18:28:18 GMT 1
rob said:Salopboy-a lot of social workers are probably paid worse than you are as a builder.
Tell us honestly, are you just p**sed off (i have a mate who certanly is) because you find yourself out of job due to foreign labourers being taken on a daily basis and paid cash in hand?
Its strange how you believe yourself to have a greater understanding than teachers, social workers, social engineers etc, people who are actively involved with the community on a daily basis, when in all reality you are confined to the building site, with a number of lesser educated mortals consumed with the "facts" that you read in the Mail, the sun and the daily star.
Tell me how exactly you are in a better position to judge?
Also please tell me what makes you think that these liberals (working for the state, and usually being paid significantly less than comparable positions in the private sectors) are all wealthy and living in middle class suburbia?
You have not address my concerns apropos the BNP manifesto, or explained to me how economic nationalism can work in the long term? If we pulled out of the EU, who would buy our exports (they would be more expensive having been made in Britain and in all reality would be subject to trade barriers)
You also haven't tackled the my argument that the BNP manifesto bares a stark resemblence to the Nazi state in the 1930s?
Have you even read the manifesto?
Rob, No I'm not out of a job (although I know a few people who are - and yes, some are finding it harder to get back into work because migrant labour) but you're right I am p**sed-off but that's due to what's happening to Britain on the whole.I'm a bit selfless in that way I suppose - What's happening to my fellow countryman in Eastlondon bothers me - even though I'm tucked away up here in sleepy Shropshire.
Yes, I've read the BNP manifsto and although I don't agree with all of it - on key issues like immigration /EU/ crime I think they're spot on - as do most people in the country.
With so many jobs being lost to 'offshoring' and so much migrant labour swarming in - I reckon a bit of protectionism wouldn't be a bad thing- again, so do most people in the country.
As for 1930's Germany - How? The BNP seem to be the most pro-democratic party there is at the moment.