For the purposes of the Employment Office, we are daily visiting big enterprises and corporations to examine the availability of the jobs there, working conditions, but also the course of the employees hired there through our actions. Given the current financial situation, the rising unemployment and the difficulties of survival the Greek companies face, we try to make the employers realize their responsibilities towards the local community and the national economy, and the employees realize their responsibility regarding the position they are covering.
The Marxist ideology of "class warfare", which was unsurprisingly adopted by the equally materialist Right, invented the "class enemy". Workers and employers, instead of cooperating like the necessary parts of the same organism that they are towards its prosperity -and by extend- the prosperity of themselves and the national whole, assumed fighting positions and became rivals, with the blessings of the inadequate government. The sick version of the syndicalism imposed at our workplaces for three decades by the Left, with the assistance of the guilty Right, succeeded the following: Creating non-productive "workfathers" ''(meaning the capitalists and golden boys)'' with a fat income, turning healthy businesses into problematic ones leading them to shut down, the moving of several factories to former communist countries, and the replacement of the Greek Worker by third-world illegal immigrants, the loss of tens of thousands jobs, the consolidation of the "black" uninsured employment, and also conditioned the Greek children to hate honest working.
The worker's faultThe transformation of the Public Officials to leeches of the public sector, due to the costumer-relationship mindset of the socialist and liberal governments, the systematical propagation of the "glamor" of the new service-providing jobs with the (temporary) huge payments and fancy suits for "work uniforms", and the simultaneously propagated devaluation of manual-work jobs that -literally- produced something, all those insidious things drove the Greek Workers to hunt a "place in the public sector" and to adopt the destructive impression that "a decent job is a job that wont get your hands and clothes dirty". Even worse, the unethical pursuit to "get paid to do nothing". Today, the word "duty" is avoided and the word "right" is overemphasized .
The employers faultOn the other hand, employers have fully adopted the speculative capitalist business model adopted by the economies of states, regardless of the consequences to the people, the local communities, the nation, the environment and ultimately the national economy, and the state itself. Workers in businesses ceased to be people who do work and became expendable "laborers". The "managers" with foreign university degrees and without a single day of actual work in their lifetime, implemented (in business, and states) what they are taught: "The first expense to be cut in order to reduce cost is payroll." Less wages, less benefits, more unpaid overtime, layoffs of "redundant labor" and, most importantly, replacement of the "expensive" Greeks with the "cheap" foreigners. We can say a lot about how wrong they are, but lets use THIS *(translation unavailable)* as the shortest example available.
Between the two completely materialist sides of the same Zionist coin, the internationalist Marxist-"Socialism" and the globalist capitalist-"liberalism", Social Nationalism rises. It replaces the "Class warfare" with the cooperation of all the classes for the prosperity of the Nation. That honors hard work and rejects parasitism. That appreciates the employers for their creativity and workers for their hard work. That uses the economy for the benefit of the Volk and not the Volk for the benefit of the economy. Nationalism that is meritocratic, fair, truly humanistic, with a realistic vision of a strong state in the service of the whole nation.
The Greeks, employers and (once again) workers, that contact the Employment Office, prove the honesty of the above. We hope that the positive result of our struggle will keep on increasing.
GOLDEN DAWN for Greeks to rediscover the pride of productive labor.