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ollaimh 1984 UK Miners Strike discussion (relocated) (60* d) RE: 1984 UK Miners Strike discussion (relocated) 21 Dec 12

i also have to say that the atacks on scargill are a great example of the rigid class bigotry and hatred in the uk and canada. when a union leader makes a mistake or percieved mistake , however small, he's pilloried. thatcher for example hob nopbbed with criminals like conman black who committed felony obstruction of justice. his mistake was doing it in the jurisdction of american courts. he got away with it in canada and the uk. in fact the injunction he violated from an american judge was accompanied by a similar injunction from the canadian ontario ssecurities commission. right now they could charge him for the violation, they haven't, and they rarely do for the "goog people? from the upper classes. instead of trying him in a canadin court they let him back into this country , even after he rnounced his canadian citizenship.

and can you say rupert murderdock and his cell phone hacking goons. he was a key thatcher supporter. she was surroundd by greedy criminals of international stature, but that's ok because she's representing the right class. but a union leader--well we all know they deserve to be pilloried for an untied showlace

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