Apparently there was supposed to be one. If you didn't blink you might have noticed it. Well that is what this quote was meant to be suggesting.....
"A blizzard of text messages on mobiles all over the country seems to herald the first serious grass-roots effort to mobilise a national building site strike in the campaign for British Jobs for British Workers.
The texts read “A national strike has been called on Tuesday 24th Feb in protest over how we are being ignored. We call on all sites across the country to down tools and walk. This concerns the whole country or we’ll soon have nowhere to work! The L O R Committee. Please pass this on”.
Saying how much he and the BNP support the aims of the protesters, BNP leader Nick Griffin suggested that the Tuesday effort could be a ‘dry run’for a bigger protest on a Friday or a Monday early in March: “Fridays or Mondays are always good days for a one-day walk-out. They extend the weekend, and also make it harder for employers to disprove the excuse of sickness that workers in some places may have to come up with to avoid victimisation for taking unofficial industrial action”.
“We certainly wish those involved all the very best. It’s a shame that the greed of the banksters, the stupidity of the political elite, and the short-termism of some big employers have combined to force ordinary decent British workers to such desperate measures to protect their jobs. But it’s far better to see people standing up and fighting back than sitting moaning into their over-taxed beers. And the fight is only just beginning!”
I got the quote from u75 discussion board. Its accuracy? No idea. But if it is true and I have heard that the BNP site mentioned it pre Tuesdays' massive show of anger (Not that I visit the BNP website, of course) the words 'organise', 'piss up' and 'brewery' come to mind.
Or it could be that there is a media conspiracy of silence?