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yay - tories have a rugby player (me) and an ex TA SAS captain (howard) - lets do it - we'll paste!
And I'm 4th Dan in taekwondo boohoo. :rolleyes:
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yay - tories have a rugby player (me) and an ex TA SAS captain (howard) - lets do it - we'll paste!
And I'm 4th Dan in taekwondo boohoo. :rolleyes:
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(Original post by NDGAARONDI)
And I'm 4th Dan in taekwondo boohoo. :rolleyes:
ah...appeal to the lowest common denominator and I knew I could get you involved....
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And I'm 4th Dan in taekwondo boohoo. :rolleyes:
ah...appeal to the lowest common denominator and I knew I could get you involved....
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Question to the BNP
How do you go about doing this? Especially the 'FISHING' area.
A healthy nation depends on a healthy environment and on healthy food. The TSR BNP see a strong, healthy agriculture sector and vibrant farming communities as vital to the country's wellbeing. Britain's farming industry will be encouraged to produce a much greater part of the nation's need in food products. Priority will be switched from quantity to quality, as we move from competing in a global economy to maximum self-sufficiency for Britain, sustainable agriculture, decreased reliance on petro-chemical products and more organic production.

In particular:

1. CAP subsidies will be phased out following our withdrawal from the EU. The New Zealand experience will be studied closely and we will work on the principle that if anything is to be subsidised, it will be increases in food quality (nutritional quality) rather than the quantity produced as well as environmental sustainability and rural communities.

2. The first five years of BNP government will see extensive effort put into researching, running pilot schemes and establishing training facilities designed to facilitate a massive and irreversible long-term shift away from giant, mono-cultural agribusiness land-holdings. A graduated land-tax related to the size of holdings and the quality of land involved, incentives to new young farmers, and the extensive use of National Service labour will all be employed to transform the south and east of England in particular.

The current unsustainable practice of ‘mining' our soil for what little remains of its fertility in the industrial production of low quality arable food will be replaced by sustainable, mixed agriculture based on family farms employing high technology as well as sound husbandry.

3. We will ensure a major shift to healthier and more sustainable organic farming. Local farms will supply local schools with fresh produce for free school meals.

4. Urgent research work will be carried out into the potential benefits of a massive remineralisation scheme, carried out with National Service labour.

5. The work of the Countryside Restoration Trust will be publicised and studied and used as lessons which are more widely applicable in our pursuit of more sustainable, healthier food production and a more beautiful Britain.
6. Factory farming and related agricultural practices will be phased out.
Factory farming and related agricultural practices will be phased out.

7. Halal and Kosher slaughter, will be banned, following the lead against animal cruelty given by Switzerland.

8. Animal cruelty and abuse of the land will be punished with severe prison sentences.

9. We are pledged to ensure the restoration of Britain's once great fishing industry with the re-imposition of the former exclusion zones around our coast. The Royal Navy will police the territorial limit and prevent all foreign fishing fleets entering British waters by force if required.

10. We will fund urgent research into the replacement of environmentally disastrous river, loch and estuary fish farms with off-shore deepwater fish farms, possibly built in conjunction with wave, ocean current and wind power generation units.
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(Original post by Multiplexed)
Question to the BNP
How do you go about doing this? Especially the 'FISHING' area.
A healthy nation depends on a healthy environment and on healthy food. The TSR BNP see a strong, healthy agriculture sector and vibrant farming communities as vital to the country's wellbeing. Britain's farming industry will be encouraged to produce a much greater part of the nation's need in food products. Priority will be switched from quantity to quality, as we move from competing in a global economy to maximum self-sufficiency for Britain, sustainable agriculture, decreased reliance on petro-chemical products and more organic production.

In particular:

1. CAP subsidies will be phased out following our withdrawal from the EU. The New Zealand experience will be studied closely and we will work on the principle that if anything is to be subsidised, it will be increases in food quality (nutritional quality) rather than the quantity produced as well as environmental sustainability and rural communities.

2. The first five years of BNP government will see extensive effort put into researching, running pilot schemes and establishing training facilities designed to facilitate a massive and irreversible long-term shift away from giant, mono-cultural agribusiness land-holdings. A graduated land-tax related to the size of holdings and the quality of land involved, incentives to new young farmers, and the extensive use of National Service labour will all be employed to transform the south and east of England in particular.

The current unsustainable practice of ‘mining' our soil for what little remains of its fertility in the industrial production of low quality arable food will be replaced by sustainable, mixed agriculture based on family farms employing high technology as well as sound husbandry.

3. We will ensure a major shift to healthier and more sustainable organic farming. Local farms will supply local schools with fresh produce for free school meals.

4. Urgent research work will be carried out into the potential benefits of a massive remineralisation scheme, carried out with National Service labour.

5. The work of the Countryside Restoration Trust will be publicised and studied and used as lessons which are more widely applicable in our pursuit of more sustainable, healthier food production and a more beautiful Britain.
6. Factory farming and related agricultural practices will be phased out.
Factory farming and related agricultural practices will be phased out.

7. Halal and Kosher slaughter, will be banned, following the lead against animal cruelty given by Switzerland.

8. Animal cruelty and abuse of the land will be punished with severe prison sentences.

9. We are pledged to ensure the restoration of Britain's once great fishing industry with the re-imposition of the former exclusion zones around our coast. The Royal Navy will police the territorial limit and prevent all foreign fishing fleets entering British waters by force if required.

10. We will fund urgent research into the replacement of environmentally disastrous river, loch and estuary fish farms with off-shore deepwater fish farms, possibly built in conjunction with wave, ocean current and wind power generation units.
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When you look at it like that, that is by far the best party in the country today....
Yep. And most British people would agree if it wasn't for the lefty rabble's 'Nazi' propaganda.
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When you look at it like that, that is by far the best party in the country today....
Yep. And most British people would agree if it wasn't for the lefty rabble's 'Nazi' propaganda.
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Once Again! How Are You Going To Pay For All This!!!
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Once Again! How Are You Going To Pay For All This!!!
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Once Again! How Are You Going To Pay For All This!!!
I'm sure the solution to everything is something about 'efnix'...
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Once Again! How Are You Going To Pay For All This!!!
I'm sure the solution to everything is something about 'efnix'...
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Just for the BNPers, do they understand the concepts of specialisation and comparative advantage in world trade? Ever since Machiavelli we've know that trading with other countries is what is best for our country. Self-sufficiency is the economic equivalent of communism, and the ideal for many would be communist countries (think North Korea and Juché).
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Just for the BNPers, do they understand the concepts of specialisation and comparative advantage in world trade? Ever since Machiavelli we've know that trading with other countries is what is best for our country. Self-sufficiency is the economic equivalent of communism, and the ideal for many would be communist countries (think North Korea and Juché).
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Just for the BNPers, do they understand the concepts of specialisation and comparative advantage in world trade? Ever since Machiavelli we've know that trading with other countries is what is best for our country. Self-sufficiency is the economic equivalent of communism, and the ideal for many would be communist countries (think North Korea and Juché).
I just saw his reply to the farming & fishing post and you echoed what i was thinking...

9. We are pledged to ensure the restoration of Britain's once great fishing industry with the re-imposition of the former exclusion zones around our coast. The Royal Navy will police the territorial limit and prevent all foreign fishing fleets entering British waters by force if required.
Don't you think that other countries will also impose restrictions on Britian? And since the majority of fish in England come from Iceland, it's going to cause a bit of trouble...
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Just for the BNPers, do they understand the concepts of specialisation and comparative advantage in world trade? Ever since Machiavelli we've know that trading with other countries is what is best for our country. Self-sufficiency is the economic equivalent of communism, and the ideal for many would be communist countries (think North Korea and Juché).
I just saw his reply to the farming & fishing post and you echoed what i was thinking...

9. We are pledged to ensure the restoration of Britain's once great fishing industry with the re-imposition of the former exclusion zones around our coast. The Royal Navy will police the territorial limit and prevent all foreign fishing fleets entering British waters by force if required.
Don't you think that other countries will also impose restrictions on Britian? And since the majority of fish in England come from Iceland, it's going to cause a bit of trouble...
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In response to yesterday's events, will the Conservatives be changing their manifesto to match Labour's, except for a short sentence on the evils of bureaucracy?
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In response to yesterday's events, will the Conservatives be changing their manifesto to match Labour's, except for a short sentence on the evils of bureaucracy?
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(Original post by Multiplexed)
I just saw his reply to the farming & fishing post and you echoed what i was thinking...



Don't you think that other countries will also impose restrictions on Britian? And since the majority of fish in England come from Iceland, it's going to cause a bit of trouble...
Indeed. do you not remember this fuss over waters only a few weeks ago? http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4351136.stm

Sending in the navy will create us a great many friends abroad....:rolleyes:
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(Original post by Multiplexed)
I just saw his reply to the farming & fishing post and you echoed what i was thinking...



Don't you think that other countries will also impose restrictions on Britian? And since the majority of fish in England come from Iceland, it's going to cause a bit of trouble...
Indeed. do you not remember this fuss over waters only a few weeks ago? http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/europe/4351136.stm

Sending in the navy will create us a great many friends abroad....:rolleyes:
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