Nationalist Trades Union Congress by Cigpapers
The need for a Nationalist Trades Union Congress is now becoming apparent to Nationalists in Britain to replace the Trades Union Congress following its hijacking by Marxists/Globalists ( Union boss Bob Crow, the General Secretary of the National Union of Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers and a member of the General Council of the TUC has Publically admitted he is a Marxist). Under the Marxist/Globalist control of the TUC, British Workers have seen their wages and living standards decrease in real terms for the last 30+ years. This has mostly been caused by the mass immigration and de-industrialisation supported by the TUC both politically and financially.
The TUC was founded in the 1860s. The United Kingdom Alliance of Organised Trades, founded in Sheffield, Yorkshire in 1866, was the immediate forerunner of the TUC, although efforts to expand local unions into regional or national organisations date back at least forty years earlier; in 1822, John Gast formed a “Committee of the Useful Classes”, sometimes described as an early national trades council.
However, the first TUC meeting was not held until 1868 when the Manchester and Salford Trades Council convened the founding meeting in the Manchester Mechanics’ Institute (on what is now Princess St. and was then David St. ;the building is at no. 103).
The Trades Union Congress (TUC) is a national trade union centre, a federation of trade unions in the United Kingdom, representing the majority of trade unions. There are fifty-eight affiliated unions with a total of about 6.5 million members, around half of whom are represented by Unite or UNISON.
The TUC’s decision-making body is the Annual Congress, which takes place in September. Between congresses decisions are made by the General Council, which meets every two months. An Executive Committee is elected by the Council from its members. The senior paid official of the TUC is the General Secretary, currently Brendan Barber. It was announced in July 2012 that Frances O’Grady will be the next General Secretary. The TUC is affiliated to the International Trades Union Congress.
The TUC, and its Union Members, is the major source of funds for the Labour Party in Britain. However with Nationalist Unions now starting up there is a need for a Nationalist Trades Union Congress as a real alternative for British Workers and their Unions to affiliate to.
Personally I think a new NTUC should not be solely affiliated to one Nationalist Party or Group , but should be supportive politically and financially of all Nationalists whenever it can be.
There would obviously be a public call from a new NTUC for all Union Members in the UK to be given a free vote on whether to affiliate with the TUC or the NTUC. I would be demanding a vote at my Union and believe we would affiliate with NTUC, given a free vote of all Members.
The NTUC would not be expensive or difficult to set up, and in my humble opinion someone of the calibre of Mike Whitby would be an excellent first General Secretary.