By Giuseppe De Santis-Good news for nationalists as our campaign aimed to bankrupt The Guardian and the Observer is still yielding results.
In fact journalists at Guardian News & Media, publisher of the Guardian and Observer newspapers, are expected to go on strike over planned job cuts after 400 of the 413 staff voted to hold a ballot over action.
A mere four staff voted against action, whilst nine abstained.
GNM is seeking to axe 100 staff in a bid to arrest escalating losses which have now hit £44m a year, but so far only 32 staff had come forward voluntarily, meaning the remainder will have to be compulsory.
At the moment it's not clear if a deal can be reached in order to avoid a strike that will surely make things worse for GNM but it is clear that there is still a substantial gulf between the number of job cuts that must be made and the number of staff who have volunteered for redundancy and therefore compulsory job cuts are now seen by many staff as unavoidable.
One of most interesting aspect of this story is that the NUJ has previously suggested that GNM staff on over £100,000 a year should take a pay cut to help save journalists' jobs, but the idea has had little traction, so much for an organization that boast about promoting equality and fairness.
Indeed this is hardly surprising and surely such a lack of common sense will accelerate the demise of this evil organization that for too long poisoned people's mind with its nasty Marxist propaganda.
The closure of The Guardian and the Observer would benefit the country enormously and such goal is becoming easier to achieve but it's extremely important to keep up the pressure and carrying on boycotting The Guardian, the Observer and Autotrader.
Our effort are yielding results and it's good that more and more people are joining our campaign, after all what is needed is a little effort that can change the future of this country for the better.
ecause together we can.