The bureaucrats broke us down

Denmark - a small northern deparment of an European project for the upper class people


The europact will break the trade unions

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on March 28, 2011 at 4:46 PM Comments comments (0)

The Danish prime minister over at the central government in Copenhagen will support the new Europact.

For the ordinary Danes it will result in removal of the protection membership of a trade union can give them.

Opposite what is common in many dictatorships the saleries in Denmark are decides as result of negociations between employers and trade unions.

If Denmark enters the Europact, all the saleries will be dictated down from the European parliament.

As this area has not yet been lowered to the lowest level in Europe known as the harmonization process, it would result in cuts of 30-50 procent of the salery.

It would be a direct attack on the Danish welfare society. Families would start to starve.

But already today some firms are busy trying to break the trade unions. At CSC the management will lower the saleries so much that it would be impossible to work there if the employee shall support a family. Single income families would be a thing of the past. The children would have to give up their education and start to work just to bring money enough to the table so all can be fed.

Please support the CSC workers instead of failing them as the trade union did with the refuse collection staff at HCS.

All Danes must stand together to prevent the destruction of the trade unions and save our welfare society.


Deputy PM warms to EU referendum (Politiken, March 11, 2011)

Parking firms - preventing protests against the government

Posted by Roland R. Hansen on March 17, 2011 at 2:32 PM Comments comments (0)

Yesterday farmers tried to protest the environmental plans planned by the central government in Copenhagen and it did cost them.

We have seen civil protests in a lot of countries. Egypt managed to change their government. In countries like Libya, Bahrain and Yemen the future is uncertain for the people who just as the Danish farmers want to work in a line of business which can support their family to avoid starving.

In Denmark the government cannot order the police to attack the protesters as direct as it is done further south. They have some to do the dirty work.

Violence against protesters are also not well received in Denmark. In fact when the police conducted the necessary arrests in relationship with the climate summit, protests against long processing time by the police came at once, despite the fact that most of the over 1,000 protesters were released within 24 hours.

Over in Copenhagen the farmers were lured into a private owned area where they were ticked by a private firm controlling this area. The people working for such firm are in general known in the public as having no morale standing and when they are hired by public employers in some town, they are not subjected to checks for cruelty against children as most public servicemen are, as the recruiting base would be too small.

The farmers protest were surpressed as we also see it in Libya. However not with violence but by bankrupting them instead.

2011 has been a year for freedom for many, but for others there are still a long difficult path before they can enjoy not only democracy but also freedom to fulfill their line of work without backbreaking regulations.

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