Yorkshire, ENGLAND: Arthur Scargill the former British trade union and political party leader has hit out at his critics of the 1984-85 miners' strike. Arthur Scargill the President of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) from 1981 to 2000 and before that leader of the Yorkshire Area, led the NUM through the 1984-85 miners' strike, a key event in British trade union and political history.
The decision to launch a national strike by the NUM and Arthur Scargil without a ballot, was eventually severely criticised by all three main British parties, Liberal Democrats, Labour and Conservative, commonly known as the 'LibLabCon'.
Arthur Scargill has rallied his supporters, "The British people are making it perfectly clear: they are unhappy with the surrender of government to an unelected, unaccountable foreign caucus, the Federalist European Union Super State."
Banging his fist on the table, Arthur Scargill then makes the point, "All the three main political parties promised the British electorate a referendum on the Lisbon Treaty. The hypocrites of the LibLabCon, who criticised a lack of ballot by the NUM in the 1984-85 miners' strike, now allow the Lisbon Treaty to go through without a ballot or a referendum. The LibLabCon hypocrites have orchestrated the death of British Sovereignty."
Arthur Scargill angily continued, "I never thought I would agree with Mrs Thatcher, but when Thatcher has said that socialist Prime Minister Tony Blair, "is committed to the progressive extinction of Britain as an independent nation, and indeed to British democracy as it has developed over the centuries. Thatcher was right!"
"The handing of British Sovereignty over to the Federalist European Union is an act of treason under The Sovereignty Act of 1606." Arthur Scargill then snarled, "Let them ALL hang in the Tower of London for this treachery of British Sovereignty."