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    It wouldn't work. They tried it before. It never worked
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    (Original post by AlexD14)
    Yeah, you're just plain wrong sorry.
    Always an effective argument. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by AlexD14)
    Well, firstly our education policy would include the scrapping of tuition fee's along with the reduction of numbers of students taking mickey-mouse degree's with the help of the tax-payer. Also, by simply increasing standards within the education system at a secondary level, it would help our general level of numerical and scientific knowledge within the general population. Also, I do believe that the future of science is looking up, considering that in the local college I used to attend the largest department by far was the science department. Of course, it did include a vast range of subjects, from environmental studies to conventional biology and physics. But I do think that the perception that science is a "boring" subject also needs to be tackled and from my experience that was not the case, however it did vary from teacher to teacher.

    In regards to your two questions on welfare I decided that the BNP website could explain the policy of workfare not welfare better then I ever could:

    "Only the British National Party has the plan to reverse these decades of disastrous Labour and Tory social engineering programmes – through a sensible policy of workfare, not welfare.

    The principle is simple: those who receive community support incur obligations as well. People who genuinely want to work must be provided with the opportunity to do so in return for training which will put them back into proper full-time employment.

    In return for financial support and training for a new career, the benefit recipient must complete a certain number of hours of work per week. Properly implemented, this policy will undermine the benefit dependency culture and bring masses of unemployed back into the formal employment sector.

    Ultimately there must be only one category of welfare recipient: those who genuinely deserve or have earned it. The scrounger entitlement mentality must be discarded. Those who can work but refuse to do so, must face the consequences of their actions on their own.

    The success of the “workfare not welfare” policy has been proven: these programmes already exist in Australia, America and even in India. Britain has to get back to work: and workfare provides the only path through which this aim will be achieved."
    If you are going after the science and maths emphasis route, would this not create an extra surplus of graduates wishing to get a job. The majority of students will graduate with maths or science degrees so where would all these graduates and previous graduates (who have not found a job) go?

    In regards to the BNP welfare stance, how would they go about creating the jobs, assuming that unemployment is still high after kicking out the immigrants/migrants.
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    I am going to go offline for an hour or two, so only post if you have a genuine query about party policy, or alternatively send me a PM. Despite not being the OP, I am actually a member so, not to be rude but I probably have a bit more knowledge of party policy, ideology, world view etc than the OP. I do hope the responses have answered some of your questions.
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    (Original post by Charlottie93)
    Just wondering how many of the BNP supporters on TSR work compared to members of the actual BNP who work... example BNP supporter 'Effing immigrants cuming ower 'ere stealin ower jobs like' ... intelligent person 'Oh what jobs did they steal from you?' BNP supporter 'Well a've never worked me like cos I get benefits but I make me wife work!!'
    I work and my colleagues are a mixture of British and non British people. I've never been out of work because the immigrants have taken the jobs, nor have I ever claimed benefits.

    (I'm not a BNP supporter)
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    (Original post by AlexD14)
    Mhm... I assume that we'd simply train more doctors and nurses. Seeing that the majority of doctors and nurses are second and third generation immigrants they would not go, and due to there handsome salaries I doubt they would want to leave. Also hopefully, obesity and cardiac related issues will be helped by our increase in the importance of physical education in schools and the encouragement of students to take up a sport or active hobby - be it team or individual. This would of course would only have an effect over a long-length of time.
    1) Ok, but training doctors and nurses is expensive and would require the building of new medical schools. How can you pay for this?

    2) So there's no evidence that immigration has a negative effect on the NHS?
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    (Original post by Dave Davidson)
    I mean the native Brits ofcourse.
    You mean the Saxons, the Normans and the Norwegians?
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    Finally a party which will fight for the indigenous on TSR. I am sick of all these yellow, red, blue and coloured avatars but not a single WHITE one!!!!!! It's PC gone mad I tell ya. It will be like the Civil rights movement.
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    (Original post by hattikins)
    Or just get swept into the dustbin...
    best comment ever haha
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    I have read all ten pages and have a few points to make.

    My first point is that despite what i am about to say i would like to make it clear that i do not support the BNP, i am a member of the RL and TSR Conservatives. I think that the economic policies of the BNP are generally awful and i actually support some level of immigration.

    My second important point is that i actually think that you have been 'ganged' upon. I fully support the right for a new TSR party and assuming you were an active party then i would be interested to see your veiws on some of the TSR bills although given the UKIP reaction, it is doubtful any MP would second a bill. I do believe that you comment on them though.

    My final two points are more advice than anything...

    1) You do not have to tow the RL party line, most of the TSR parties are far more liberal than the RL counterparts and Labour, UKIP and the Liberal Democrats are much further to left. With this in mind, you can effectively drop any of the RL policies you do not like and come up with better ones. Hell, you could even become China like Capitalists.

    2) Ditch the name, you will never get any real support by association with the BNP even if you do use their policies.

    How many more members do you need? Do they all have 150 posts and are fairly active, being members for at least 3 months?

    After reveiwing every page of this thread, it does make me wonder what kind of stick the TSR Socialist Party got when they were luring members given the potential association with Soviet Russia.
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    I declare V for Vendetta.
    Fool

    out of curiosity where do you live? must be prominently white, right? or a caravan cos all us non whites stole the jobs that you sooo would have qualified for had you been given the chance.

    (Original post by Dave Davidson)
    Welcome to what will soon become a real alternative in the TSR HOC.

    If you wish to join simply PM me.

    We currently have 7 confirmed members only 3 more to go.
    Leader will TBD
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    (Original post by No Future)
    Ha ha.

    Send all the "foreigners" back home!!

    Oh ****, that's most of the nurses and a good no of doctors and dentists gone.
    Yup, everyone will die slowly whilst their teeth rot right out of their heads. There won't be many takeaways either so a lot of students shall starve to death.

    Power to Nick Griffin! Saving the "British race"! Oh wait...
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    (Original post by Rakas21)
    I have read all ten pages and have a few points to make.

    My first point is that despite what i am about to say i would like to make it clear that i do not support the BNP, i am a member of the RL and TSR Conservatives. I think that the economic policies of the BNP are generally awful and i actually support some level of immigration.

    My second important point is that i actually think that you have been 'ganged' upon. I fully support the right for a new TSR party and assuming you were an active party then i would be interested to see your veiws on some of the TSR bills although given the UKIP reaction, it is doubtful any MP would second a bill. I do believe that you comment on them though.

    My final two points are more advice than anything...

    1) You do not have to tow the RL party line, most of the TSR parties are far more liberal than the RL counterparts and Labour, UKIP and the Liberal Democrats are much further to left. With this in mind, you can effectively drop any of the RL policies you do not like and come up with better ones. Hell, you could even become China like Capitalists.

    2) Ditch the name, you will never get any real support by association with the BNP even if you do use their policies.

    How many more members do you need? Do they all have 150 posts and are fairly active, being members for at least 3 months?

    After reveiwing every page of this thread, it does make me wonder what kind of stick the TSR Socialist Party got when they were luring members given the potential association with Soviet Russia.
    3) They have to earn the trust of their doubters, somehow.
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    (Original post by Ich Dien)
    You mean the Saxons, the Normans and the Norwegians?
    High five!
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    (Original post by AlexD14)
    Simply encourage people to take up the medical profession. This would be done my medicine having a greater emphasis in tertiary education. Also, it would appear that immigration does, as a whole, have a negative effect on the NHS.
    Oh yeah cos they don't have enough people applying for medical school and the like do they?

    What actually has a negative effect on the NHS is laziness and a failure to recognise how certain indulgences (alcohol, drugs, fast food) are detrimental to health in the long- term.
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    British Nigerian Party for the win!
    Oh wait...
    *you bas**rd*
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    (Original post by S129439)
    Can't believe how many negs OP got. He didn't even say anything offensive. In a democracy people have the right to an opinion. As it happens, I disagree hugely with the BNP and it's policies. People should respect the right to political pluralism though.
    And in a democracy we have the right to neg, question or disagree.

    Having the right to free speech works both ways.

    eta: Negged because the truth hurts?
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    (Original post by Ayshizzle)
    Yup, everyone will die slowly whilst their teeth rot right out of their heads. There won't be many takeaways either so a lot of students shall starve to death.

    Power to Nick Griffin! Saving the "British race"! Oh wait...
    I would actually love to see what happened if they removed all the immigrant and non white people from the UK.

    Go BNP!
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    (Original post by ForensicShoe)
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