This coming Wednesday sees hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of public sector workers strike in protest at the Cuts. They are facing having their pensions reduced and thus intend to form Picket Lines and to march on cities nationwide. Well, I for one want to know why. The real reasons for this action. Do they not realise that everyone is "suffering"? That they are acting selfishly in blockading and/or abandoning so many critical facilities? That they are hurting children's education? The list goes on... Many of these Unions are allies of Labour. The same idiots - or, as I referred to them in the Scottish Independence thread, moronic Socialist hypocrites - who dumped us in this problem in the first place? Whose reckless disrespect for its nation left us with a mountain of national debt? Whose members were, lest we forget, effectively stealing from the public in the Expenses Scandal? Cameron and co. have little choice but to cut back. Do you see non-public sector workers on strike (except where led by a blithering self-obsessed idiot such as Crowe anyway)? Not even nearly as often! At this University, I have seen posters up all over campus - even in the toilets, meaning the reading material on the wall in front of you is pro-Labour trash - promoting this ill-conceived idea. They intend to form a Picket Line at the foot of the drive. And to march on the city centre. Well, I for one am glad that I don't have lessons on a Wednesday! I might even have to go down to the Picket Line and intervene! (OK, maybe not, but you get the idea.) And may I remind you all that I myself am looking at working in the Public Sector? Do you see me striking? Or in those Student march things from before? Of course you don't. I have to say though - this last week or so, I have rapidly begun to feel that this University, unlike the rest of Bath, is pro-Labour - and if it is, I intend to change that. The rest of the city is right - this Uni is not. Anyone else like to join me in my anti-Strike stance? Or, if not, why not - and if you intend to march, why?