Rate my political manifesto Watch
No, I wanted feedback lol. The subject enforcement seems ridiculous now lol. Real manifestos are made by consulting experts and trying to guage popularity, so i kinda do have to take opinions, dont know who the experts are here tho.
No dual nationality?
No makeup? Why?
All these A-Levels are compulsory?
No PhD or bachelors? why?
Tracking: Criminals, police investigations, Reported missing persons, Natural disasters ie buried under rubble after quake, data mining to better understand social behaviour, use said data to create better infrastructure and systems. better enforce government laws and regulation such as taxation etcNo dual nationality because what if we go to war with the other country?
Let's the people chose who they want to fight for
- Tuition fees scrapped. - YES
- Creative advertising banned, only use of sombre text allowed; absolutely no visuals, audio or color except grey and black. - Ban advertising altogether.
- Every child assigned a standard set of books that must be read during gcses and a levels, covering topics from philosophy of science to self improvement and psychology. - Yeah this'd be good if it contained everything you needed to know to function in that society.
- Only two electricity providers in my country. - Why?
- Public and private (all Schools) start at 12 noon and end at 8. - Wouldn't 12-6 be better?
- Only one provider of food products, a freakishly large government corporation under which all farms produce. - What would be the point? Most food businesses would go then.
- No junk food. - No please .
- Drugs banned/illegal. - Does that include medicinal drugs?
- Every school required to have a roaming gang of strongmen ready to pounce on any funnystudent/prankster. - Over the top. Let the pranksters simply go nowhere in life; wouldn't that be a better punishment?
- Private ownership of guns banned. - Yeah sure.
- Every newborn implanted with one of those magical techno ID chips - No, this would turn into some totalitarian state BS then. The government would know where you are, who you are and what you're doing at all times.
- Welfare available - Yes.
- progressive taxation scheme - Which means..?
- Military training compulsory starting at age 19. Conscription removed :P - I wouldn't mind so long as conscription doesn't exist.
- Parents charged extra tax for females that grow to less than 5 foot 3 at 18, and males at 5 foot 8. - So now you're taking away from people who can't control their growth?
- PE enforced at schools; not assesed though - I like PE so it's ok.
- Shampoo and hair products banned, only soap that too produced by a government corporation allowed. - Where's my Lynx D:
- Make up banned. - Some women do need make up though.
- Smoking banned - YES.
- Healthcare free - YES.
- Only a limited number of different models within a product category produced, fro example only 5 types of mobile phones produced. that kind of system enforced. - Screams totalitarian.
- All government vehicles except defence and high ranking admin officials are electric - What about all vehicles?
-Must have lived 12 years with little to no criminal record to attain citizenship. - Don't mind.
- No foreign aid in monetary terms, only tangible objects sent eg blankets, food, medicine, teachers, engineers etc. - Yeah this'd be good.
- Managed exchange rate system. - Cool.
- Expansion of nuclear arsenal - It's alright, however I don't particularly see why we'd need to expand more? Britain isn't exactly the superpower it used to be.
- 0.5 percent of places in uni reserved for disabled with much, much lower grade requirements. - This is amazing.
- No dual citizenship with other nations - What about only with EU nations?
- Being born within territory does not entitle one to become citizen unless at least one parent is a naturalised citizen. - Meh, don't mind.
- Students choose whatever degree or vocational qualification they want after A levels, being a three tiered university education system where the most prestigious ones are universities, followed by institutes of applied sciences, and then polytechnics. Universities have highest entry requirements, institutes of applied sciences have lower requirements but award the same degree. Polytechnics are for vocational qualifications. - Name the entry requirements please.
-Fireworks/pyrotechnics banned - Don't mind.
- Entire concept of diplomatic baggage abolished, all baggage and goods inbound to be checked for illicit items - Cool.
- Number of vehicles per household (counting cars, bikes, scooters) cannot exceed 3. - Really bad, why do bikes count as a 'vehicle'?
- Tuk tuks banned. - The heck is a tuk tuk?
- Lower public transport fare for A level and bachelor level students. Not masters/Phd. - Good.
-Chewing gum production and consumption banned. Imports of chewing gum banned. - What about chewing gum for medicinal/personal use? And also a fine if caught spitting chewing gum on the pavement?