NZEI bullies looking to do standover on holdouts

There is angst amongst the member of NZEI. Thankfully it is all over Facebook for us all to read.

Some members are calling for a witch-hunt against members who don’t attend NZEI protests.

So how’s that protest activity going?  Not so impressed with the strong arm tactics to get people to show up.  Naming and shaming now by the NZEI if members don’t comply?

NZEI screenshot

Another teacher (look at the spelling and grammar) is likewise upset at members not showing up:


Over at the NZEI main Facebook page there are plenty of members calling for their union bosses to stop cozying up to National, and take real action including strikes. They clearly have no comprehension of the law regarding strike action and just seen a bunch of militant wankers who really shouldn’t be learnicating our chooldren.

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