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 Post subject: Re: Chavez
PostPosted: Fri Mar 08, 2013 3:06 pm 
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But we will get them back there :D HOW by being involved :D :D[/quote]


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My read flag **** aint got a swastika on it =D> =D> =D>

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trotskys twin wrote:
But we will get them back there :D HOW by being involved :D :D





I see you failed to comment on the NACODS joke, NACODS kept working in the 84 strike didnt they? would you class them as scabs?

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The National Association of Colliery Overmen, Deputies and Shotfirers (NACODS)

The decision of the NACODS union not to strike created a tense situation in the mines, with NACODS deputies being labelled as "scabs" by union hardliners. On 23 October, one thousand picketers attempted to prevent a sole bath attendant from entering the threatened Emley Moor colliery. Some of the engineers felt that going on strike would actually work against the cause, as lack of maintenance below ground could allow geological conditions to deteriorate to a state that would prevent the pit from reopening - defeating the whole goal of opposing closures; however, hard-line strikers were not always sympathetic to this line of argument. The first two pits to close in 1985 were Barrow colliery at Worsbrough Bridge and Ackton Hall colliery at Featherstone. Both were closed as they were unsafe for the miners to return to work rather than because continued operation would have been "uneconomic".


An NUM/Scargill home goal id say...

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