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  • No thanks BNP
    You must be careful not to let the govenment become the criminal orginisation witch can actually happen The government is people and so are criminals sometimes there is no difference even considering the different scale Crime is far higher where there is the death penalty it makes criminal orginisations get more angry with the world and get bigger A lot of research has been done into tackling crime and if you give everyone what they need most people feel no need to commit a crime It definitaly feels natural to want to kill the worst criminals but acting on that feeling is a criminal act in itself These racists don t understand the root causes of crime Popular Vote British National Party Also see the BNP Manifesto 2010 The British National Party BNP Racism This websites 2010 General Election poll has received over 1 000 BNP Policies BNP Immigration Policy BNP Policies BNP Defence Policy BNP Immigration BNP Policies BNP Crime and Justice Policy BNP Policies BNP Foreign Aid Policy BNP Policies BNP Economic Policy Nick Griffin Question Time BNP Policies BNP Housing and Welfare Policy BNP Policies BNP Environment Policy BNP Policies BNP Pensioners Policy BNP Policies BNP Education

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  • BNP Policies : BNP Crime and Justice Policy
    six months with compulsory work and training in return for decent payment The socialist building block housing concrete monstrosities which blight our urban areas and which are the breeding ground for delinquency and crime will be torn down and replaced with decent housing which encourages the stable family unit Non indigenous crime rapidly becoming a serious problem as the knife and gun crime epidemic spreading throughout our major cities will be dealt with in terms of BNP immigration and identity policy Overcrowding in prisons will be solved by the deportation of the tens of thousands of foreign criminals to serve their sentences abroad in their home countries This act alone will free up to 70 percent of jail space in many prisons The BNP will also Make prisons more austere and make criminals serve their full sentences Offenders will be made to understand that they are being punished and not rewarded with a state subsidised holiday for their crimes Use electronically tagged chain gangs to provide labour for projects such as coastal defences Introduce automatic prison sentences for all repeat offenders Put police back on the streets and remove their current political correctness shackles Allow victims of crime full freedom to defend themselves and their property Make joint custody of children the norm in divorce cases Grant anonymity to those accused of crimes until they are convicted Make police concentrate on real criminals and serve the public not the government s political aspirations The British National Party alone recognises that crime must be tackled on two levels firstly by effective policing and secondly by addressing the root social causes of crime both indigenous and non indigenous in origin Addressing these two issues will solve the crime problem The time has come for change British National Party Crime and Justice Policy http bnp org uk policies law and order I would be interested to hear both positive and negative views on BNP s Crime and Justice policies in the comments below 4 responses to BNP Policies BNP Crime and Justice Policy Previous 1 2 3 john stapleford Comment on BNP Policies BNP Crime and Justice Policy Use a map of uk with county boundries and use rutland for the british and see if there are enough county s for all the other nationalitis that are here Reply to Comment INTERESTED OBSERVER Comment on BNP Policies BNP Crime and Justice Policy Agree with corporal punishment but got to be careful about capital punisment even DNA evidence can be faked and any undue pressure on the courts could be detrimental to the interests of justice Reply to Comment White Guy Comment on All wrong All wrong The law should protect us from criminals Nothing else matters Most criminals can t be rehabilitated and punishing them just makes them more vicious They should be permanently exiled to single sex prison settlements on remote and otherwise uninhabited islands like South Georgia In a TV interview at the last election Nick Griffin said prisoners should be

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  • BNP Policies Debate » Page 2
    BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election British foreign policy must be driven by one guiding principle alone to serve British interests above all else This iron principle will be strictly enforced by a British BNP Policies BNP Northern Ireland Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election NORTHERN IRELAND an end to sectarianism Britain has shamefully allowed the terrorists in N I to come close to winning when the IRA could have been destroyed years ago Should the BNP Participate on BBC s Question Time Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate UK Politics It s been reported that in October 2009 the BNP leader Nick Griffin who was elected to the European parliament in June 2009 will appear on the BBC s Question Time program Many in politics see this as a BIG mistake personally I think hiding your head in the sand while the BNP preach watered down hate BNP Policies BNP Agriculture Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they gain power at the 2010 general election We see a strong healthy agriculture sector as vital to the country Britain s farming industry will be encouraged to produce a much greater part of the nation s need in BNP Policies BNP Europe Policy Posted by David in BNP Policies Debate According to the British National Party website the British National Party will try to achieve the following if they

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  • Fixed State Retirement Age to Be Axed by Coalition Government
    to retire or continue working This is a great abolition of ageism in the workplace this has settled perfectly between forcing people to retire at 65 and forcing them to work past that age This is what it should have been before the switch in government also if an employer sacks someone because of their age they have to award that person financial compensation Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to Fixed State Retirement Age to Be Axed by Coalition Government Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped Home Secretary Theresa May has indicated in a speech that NHS Targets a Casualty of the Coalition Government The Inner Thatcher Rears it s Ugly Head Dawn of Pension Age to Rise to 66 in 2016 and 70 in the Future Chancellor George Osborne s Axe Dangles Over Incapacity Benefit But will It Be Cut Vince s World Business Secretary Vince Cable s Launches Graduate Tax PM David Cameron Turns His Back on Free Over 60

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  • Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO’s to be Scrapped
    and make them work in a labour gang like they do in the states These gangs could help out local councils working six days a week for as long as the sentance I don t think you d get many re offending Anyway food for thought think about it Reply to Comment Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped Jurgen fenney Comment on Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped ASBO s do work it is the courts who let the system down with soft sentences with breaches making it no deterant Reply to Comment Anthony Miller Comment on Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped ABSOs were a good idea when they came in the trouble is that most of the original safeguards have been dismantled and the schemes widened to cover normal social activity so now practically anyone employed by a Council can now fine practically anyone with anyone allowing the laws to be implemented selectively to victimise individuals http www pearshapedcomedy com ban history html Meanwhile the real criminals have got wise know exactly how to play the ASBO system making it a bit of a farce Reply to Comment Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped Jon Comment on Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped Bring back National Service and Corporal Punishment in Schools Respect there has been no respect here in the UK since Corporal Punishment was scrapped in Brussels back in the 70 s Never did me any harm The Army days were some of the best days of my life Reply to Comment Toby Corballis Comment on Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped You re kidding ASBOs were never a good idea They

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  • Prime Minister David Cameron Launches the Tories Big Society Plan
    rates we would do better to keep our pennies in a tin box under the bed and then the financiers couldn t have them for their rewards Oddly I don t recall receiving a bonus when I worked hard Houses will not sell and youngsters cannot get on the property ladder because in this day and age it is nigh on impossible to save up 30k or similar to find the deposit How therefore can you extol the merits of marriage and family life when two people cannot afford to get married and buy a house Yes they can rent but how do they find the to pay for the deposit and pay the rent at the same time They will be in their fifties before they can afford their first back to back I am sure bankers work hard as did I and I am sure they have responsibilities as do many but why can t the Government step in to halt the payouts these people receive when the people they are supposed to be proud to serve their customers are losing money hand over fist with low interest rates cannot obtain decent mortgages and the housing market is in a resulting plummeting spiral I would genuinely be grateful for an explanation which actually gives me a coherent answer and with respect not simply the whitewash of the party line In addition why are we All in it together when we haven t all caused the problem In fact I would go so far as to say that it is a minority of the population which have contributed towards the economic problems we face with the majority falling foul of the penalties Why should those who have grafted their socks off all their lives on good incomes but not huge incomes suffer as a result The child benefit cuts won t affect me my children have flown the coop but it will punish many who simply don t deserve it Education qualifications job progression become somewhat farcical endeavours because as soon as those who did their homework from primary age begin to reap the benefits of many years of diligence their icing is whipped away from them to pay for fat cat fancies It simply does not equate with the fairness you talk about If we want a fairer society then let us also look after those who put strategies in place throughout their lives to take care of their futures ie savings retirement plans property investment and not watch blindly on whilst a minority in this country shave off a lion s share of other peoples investments Were it not for those who worked all their lives and put money into the banks the bankers would be in rather a cleft stick would they not I love my country Always have and always will but we must address fairness in all its guises Mr Cameron and not turn the other eye to the old boy network as factions

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  • NHS Sets Aside £1.7bn For Reorganisation and Reform
    the new management from GP s Hmmm this is a little too much cost for my liking didn t the health secretary Andrew Lansley say it would save money then why is it costing 1 7bn to switch management from managers to GP s I just don t get the point why it would cost so much I m also a little iffy on the fact that their letting General Practitioners take over the 105bn Budget To put it bluntly in the public eye MOST GP s aren t the brightest bulbs in the box no offence and most aren t trusted enough to care for their patients let alone the the NHS Budget I don t know how this will work I m not too sure if Andrew Lansley knows what he s doing this idea looks a little half baked from my perspective but as I ve said many times before we can t tell what will really happen until it is put into action I just hope it works as well as the Health Secretary says it will Author Caleb Law age 13 Leave a reply to NHS Sets Aside 1 7bn For Reorganisation and Reform Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Islamification of UK Far right political groups in the UK throughout Europe are Should Britain Leave the European Union Poll Found an interesting article on the BBC website http news bbc co uk 1 hi programmes the daily politics 7949104 stm from the Why I ll Never Vote Conservative at a General Election Political Parties Video UK General Election Hung Parliament Should the Government Ban the Islam4UK Wootton Bassett March

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  • PM David Cameron ‘Turns His Back’ on Free Over 60’s Bus Pass Election Promise
    free it is suggested it is linked with the rise in the UK state pension age David Cameron accused labour of Pure and Simple Lies in the Sky News Live Third TV Debate when they said he planned to rob pensioners of concessionary travel But it is speculated that it isn t a full U turn because Prime Minister David Cameron is not axing the scheme all together I Myself think that David Cameron is not going far enough it think Free Bus Pass should be raised to 70 some pensioners live till their 90 it think 20 years is enough But any further than 70 and their pushing it and will be a BIG mistake Author Caleb Law 1 responses to PM David Cameron Turns His Back on Free Over 60 s Bus Pass Election Promise lehammer Comment on PM David Cameron Turns His Back on Free Over 60 s Bus Pass Election Promise But any further and THEY RE pushing it Looks like we need to spned more on education too Reply to Comment Leave a reply to PM David Cameron Turns His Back on Free Over 60 s Bus Pass Election Promise Name required Mail not published required Comment Title Don t subscribe All Replies to my comments Notify me of followup comments via e mail You can also subscribe without commenting Popular Home Secretary Theresa May Indicates ASBO s to be Scrapped Home Secretary Theresa May has indicated in a speech that NHS Targets a Casualty of the Coalition Government The Inner Thatcher Rears it s Ugly Head Dawn of Pension Age to Rise to 66 in 2016 and 70 in the Future Chancellor George Osborne s Axe Dangles Over Incapacity Benefit But will It Be Cut Vince s World Business Secretary Vince Cable s Launches

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