Re: Tube strike 31st Dec
- From: "Dom1234" <dom1234@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 30 Dec 2005 22:05:58 -0000
Here's the truth!!!!!!
"Jonathan Morris" <j.morris@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> elyob wrote:
>> Do they really believe that striking 31st December is going to get the
>> respect of the general public?
> Of course not, but after many people started saying "It's Christmas, so
> where's the tube strike", I guess they had no choice but to move it to
> New Year.
> I think Mr Crow needs to realise that once a terrorist has chosen to
> let off a bomb on a train (or whatever) there's pretty much nothing
> anyone is going to do about it, whether you're in a ticket office or
> manning barriers. We all know the solution is to stop anyone wanting to
> do it, and that's rather beyond the remit of ANY tube workers.
> And, as I see it, moving people to the 'front line' does seem like a
> good move, if only to give people the perception that they're safer.
> Maybe it's the fear that more staff would be at risk from terrorists?
> In any case, it's always the same thing. The RMT strike, get what they
> want, agree to it, then change their mind in 6-12 months. And as long
> as you make statements that mention 'safety' in every other sentence,
> you're supposed to be taken seriously. After all, anyone that doesn't
> support the strike is obviously asking for another atrocity on the
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