Wednesday, 26 November 2014

BNP and Banking

Part 6
Jesus challenged the bankers, he turned over their banks and proclaimed: “the House of my Father is not a den of robbers”.

A Report on UK Retail Banking
A Sky News article published on 26 November 2014 reports on a study carried out by the Cass Business School and the New City Agenda on banking attitudes in the UK.

The study found that banks had to pay £38.5 billion in fines and compensation owing to retail bank failures. Almost 21 million complaints were made in relation to banking since the 2008 financial crisis.
It concluded that “given the current rate of change, a radical overhaul will take a generation”.

Sky article: bank culture reforms "will take a generation".

BNP Will Change Bank Culture Forever
A British National Party government will ensure that banking in Britain will change rapidly, and not within a generation.

Banks manage the money of their customers, so their handling of deposits and investments must be made accountable to the public. And as banks are usually share-holding companies, the executives who manage them are not the private owners.

For these two reasons, bank executives cannot be allowed to establish their own salaries and attribute themselves bonuses. The self-serving attitude of banking executives will no longer be available.

With the advent of BNP in the British Parliament, banks will become a service within the economy and cease to be the masters of destiny that they have currently evolved into.
Banks should be run with the same clarity as a bus company that operates for passengers, and not like a den of highway robbers lurking in the shade for unsuspecting people passing by.      

Banks will no longer be allowed to create credit and then loan this credit out to borrowers at unreasonable interest. They will be allowed to loan money only when they really have that money to lend out, but they may not apply usury to make financial gains.

As a result, there will be no space for employed executives of banks to establish a top salary for themselves, or to further reach out their hand for a fist full of millions as their annual bonus.   

BNP will change the banking culture in Britain for the good of the many, and economics will be run as according to real financial policies.

Written by D. Alexander


Part 1: Presenting BNP

Saturday, 22 November 2014

UKIP Repatriation Policies

Will UKIP Repatriate 3 Million People to Europe?
In the days leading up to the November 2014 by-election in Rochester and Strood, UKIP suddenly revealed a complete lack of policy concerning the status of citizens of European countries residing in Britain.

The UKIP candidate who later returned to Parliament as MP for the United Kingdom Independence Party had made statements utterly opposed to those voiced by UKIP’s leader Nigel Farage.

In the event of Britain’s exit from the European Union following a referendum, it is not clear whether, under a UKIP government, almost 3 million people with passports of EU member states would be required to leave our Country. Mention was made of a transitional period after which repatriation would become compulsory. Consequently, there is sheer uncertainty in Britain as to UKIP’s intentions on repatriation should the party ever form Britain’s future government.

Within this context, references to the BNP were made by various political factions, even though British National Party was not involved in the dispute.

BNP and European Nations
Contrary to UKIP, which believes in a civic society, BNP promotes the ideals of the Nation State, sovereign and independent, and mindful of its positive traditions. BNP is also an innovative party, for which reason it does not come under the umbrella of the Establishment parties.

We believe that every nation has the right to exist with dignity, and that good relations between brethren nations is the way forward for a future of peace and prosperity. We absolutely do not glorify brother wars, and therefore we do not incite discord between nations or disrespect towards other people on account of their ethnic origins.
We believe in fact in the Christian values of our Union Jack.

Should British National Party be voted into Government, we will not have an EU referendum, for Britain would leave the EU the very same day.
Nationals from European countries residing in Britain at that time will not be sought out and issued with repatriation orders on account of their nationality. But we will put an end to further mass immigration.

BNP and Temporary Workers from the EU
A large proportion of European citizens living in Britain do not intend remaining here permanently, while others do wish to stay. In particular among Eastern Europeans, many working here intend using their savings to purchase a house in their own country of origin, as many have already done. Their stay in the UK usually lasts several years.

But does anyone really believe that those people from Europe who have already settled here and who enjoy living among us as working or retired people, will be issued with deportation warrants? Well it won’t happen.

Any attempt by other parties to transfer to BNP the UKIP policy-disaster of systematic European repatriation, is a cheap and nasty attack from political commissars who hate BNP for very different reasons, namely on account of our desire to reorganise the class-dominion of the few over the many.

As for any European citizen who is working here temporarily in honest work, we will assure that, when they do eventually go back to their country of origin, they will have received a fair financial compensation from their employer. They cannot be sent away penniless owing to a zero-hour contract on a minimum wage with no further work guarantee.

Should the employer be unable to satisfy this requirement, the State will compensate the worker from Europe on a fair basis as according to the time they spent working here.

As for nationals of European countries who currently are in unemployment, but wish to return to Europe, the British State will award them out of generosity a fair sum of money so that they may remember our Country with affection when they return to their homeland.
We do not want people leaving our shores in misery,  

Indeed this may be one reason why many among the elites do not want to allow BNP to stand a chance, because we believe in a fair society, a compassionate society, and one where people are treated with dignity, and not exploited.
It is something which minimum-wage and zero-hour employers will need to come to terms with.

Written by D. Alexander

Presenting BNP
http://celticbritannia.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/bnp-popularity-in-2014_1.html

Friday, 21 November 2014

UKIP Dover and Deal Plunge in Polls

UKIP Collapse in Popularity
UKIP’s popularity in Dover and Deal Constituency has dived within days, being reduced by two thirds, from 48% to 16%.
While a Dover Express online poll recently claimed UKIP in Dover and Deal had received 48% of popularity, it now emerges that an Electoral Calculus poll puts the Conservative party at 38.5%, and Labour at 37.6%, with UKIP at 16%, and the Liberal Democrats at 2.5%.

What happened to UKIP’s staggering poll lead of almost 50%? Well, it probably was simply the result of a Dover Express online poll of dubious credibility.

BNP for Dover and Deal
The British National Party will be standing in the Dover and Deal Constituency at the coming 2015 General Election. Our aim is to present credible policies, not inflated online polls.
We will take equally into account Dover, Deal, and each village, presenting to the electorate viable policies that will offer work for local people in their own area. BNP shall offer not a minimum wage, but a decent wage, and set about establishing long lost industry in our Country.

The days of cheap-labour imported products will be coming to an end, as too the habit of importing cheap-labour workers to be employed on our farms and in our factories. Our aim is to employ our own people in our own economy, and this shall be done by setting up training courses with tutors who will be there to help our people learn a trade, including working on farms and in factories.
And we will wave good-bye to the minimum wage and the zero-hour contracts, replacing these with proper salaries.

And yes, Dover and Deal Constituency will be able to vote for this new era, in which we strive to introduce economic prosperity.
Once in Parliament, a BNP Government will ensure that local county and district councils are able to dedicate their attention to local economic prosperity within the national economy. They will be obliged to guarantee an infrastructure of free training and to lay out plans for the introduction of economic facilities such as small factories and farms.

Should there be a lack of private investment, State funding will guarantee new production centres once the plans have been approved. Public consultation will provide a strong bond between local government and the people of the area, whereas Parliament will bring into being the laws that will make this possible.


Voting BNP will mean giving a vote for local and national prosperity. We are dedicated to a fair society, and we will not sacrifice the interests of the British People to the self-serving interests of the few. 
        
Written by D. Alexander

BNP policy on war and peace

Tuesday, 18 November 2014

UKIP DOVER

The Final Challenge for UKIP in Dover
UKIP, the United Kingdom Independence Party, is about to make its final stand in the Dover and Deal Constituency.

In October 2014, the Dover Express announced UKIP had received 48% of the votes in a General Election poll that was conducted on the Dover Express online edition involving over 400 participants.
Independently of how many people voted twice, three times or 20 times in the Dover Express online poll, UKIP in Dover have not reckoned with the British National Party.

BNP to Challenge UKIP et al in Dover
The British National Party will be presenting its policies prior to the general election currently scheduled for May 2015, and it is not expected that the candidates from UKIP and the other parties will have anything to offer in place of BNP.

While the Dover Express may be poised for a campaign aimed at bringing the public over to voting for UKIP, possibly by massively inflating the number of its online readers, not even this misrepresentation of democratic opinion will hold back BNP.

Dover’s future stands with real policies from a party that is on the side of the British People. Dover is the key to England, and our Party shall take up the challenge in the Dover and Deal Constituency.
We are not subordinate to the commissars who would tell us what to do, and what not to do, what to say, and what not to say. These have their own parties, and we will take them all on in order that Dover may prevail.

Written by D. Alexander

BNP and Monetary Reform
http://celticbritannia.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/bnp-and-monetary-reform.html

UKIP Dover and Deal plunge in popularity
http://celticbritannia.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/ukip-dover-and-deal-plunge-in-polls_21.html

Monday, 10 November 2014

BNP Proposing Debt Free Money as Opposed to Usury

The People that were enslaved to usury are now choosing freedom.

Finances Based on Usury
The vast majority of people are unaware that UK money is not “debt-free” and that we pay interest by way of tax on the currency that has been circulated by the Bank of England.

The issuing of government bonds in return for circulated money and the resulting public debt is part of the swindle, as too is the fact that annual interest on government bonds is significantly higher than annual inflation.

The mechanisms of Treasury funding, the printing of money and the emission of digital money known as Quantitative Easing are beyond most people’s comprehension. Money is basically circulated out of thin air by the Central Bank, which is the Bank of England, and used to create and perpetuate public debt.
This debt is paid for by the public with annual interest.

Usury is also enforced by commercial banks when they issue credit through loans with interest rates significantly higher than inflation. Before giving out a loan, banks demand from the borrower a guarantee in form of an asset, or require a guarantor who has an asset that can cover the loan.

In general, banks do not possess enough tangible assets of their own to cover the amount of credit being lent out to borrowers at any given time. As a result, a large amount of credit in circulation in the economy is backed mainly by the assets of the borrowers or their guarantors, generally at an interest rate that by far exceeds inflation.

The Debt-Free Currency
BNP policy in regards to the circulation of money within the economy is based on the idea of debt-free currency that is issued by the State and guaranteed for by the State. This currency must have a tangible value and should not be bound to the emission of government bonds.

The debt-free currency solution will not create public debt. It will however detract all hegemony over our finances from the bankers. It will be the end of usury as perpetuated by the central bank, and will also bring an end to commercial banks giving out loans based on a usury contract where the interest is way beyond inflation.

While this article is solely an introduction into the topic of the BNP debt-free money policy, it should be noted that the British National Party will bring the British currency under Sovereign control, whereby Sovereign refers to the Country and its People, the British People.

Balance Sheet in Black
If money is to have a value, this must be in relation to a functional economy and not to a public debt as is currently the case.
When the emission of money requires a payment in interest, this leads to inflation. This is the case when the Treasury exchanges government bonds for currency. When the interest rate on circulated money is above inflation, this causes by design a situation known as a Ponzi scheme, whereby the economy is destined to bankruptcy.

Consider that yields on government bonds are close to 5% a year, whereas inflation is at present below 2%. This situation is unsustainable and must result in increased public borrowing by the State, which in turn causes a steady increase in the public debt.

The end result of a debt-based monetary system is unserviceable public debt, economic bankruptcy, poverty and the loss of Sovereignty as the State sells off its assets to global corporations, foreign investors and even foreign powers.
Foreign investors will assure that sizable profits stemming from national assets are taken out of our Country, or are invested where they feel fit.
When this happens, we have lost control over our own economic destiny.

British National Party is dedicated to Britain regaining control over our own financial Sovereignty and never ceding this control to bankers and private families. Monetary regulation must be decided by the elected government according to a viable economic policy and not by bankers unknown to the public and working behind the scenes.   

Ultimately, the balance sheet must be in black figures. As it stands now, we have a national debt that is increasing all the time and is beyond control of the Government and of the many bankers who dictate policy to our elected ministers.

Written by D. Alexander


Part 1: Presenting BNP



Sunday, 9 November 2014

BNP and Monetary Reform

Part 4
The Potentates hate BNP because we would end their domination over Britain’s Destiny.

Introducing the Need for Monetary Reform
The British National Party will bring to Britain a monetary reform that will sanitise our economy. We will introduce that which no-one dares talk about in the corridors of political and financial government, namely the return to a sovereign currency that is not subjugated to the secretive powerhouse of the City run by the Dynasty-bankers.

Money that is printed by the Bank of England does not belong to the Treasury at the time of emission and therefore does not belong to the State. It is not a sovereign currency.
The face of a monarch on the notes gives the illusion that the money has been issued by the State Treasury and that it is, consequently, guaranteed at its face value by the Treasury.
In reality, though, this is not the case.    

The same applies to Bank of England digital money that exists only on banking computer networks and is known as Quantitative Easing. This kind of money was created from nothing and has no real value to cover it.

Unknown to the majority of people, world banking is run by a restricted group of banking families, and has been for several centuries.
The American Federal Reserve is NOT owned by the American Federal State and is run by private banking families. Similarly, the Bank of England’s ownership is shrouded in mystery, and while it is our central bank, it is NOT governed by an authority elected by the People of Britain.

This is a crucial point, because the real governing authority of our Country may not actually lie with Parliament, but with the Bank of England, as this is the body that issues legal tender. As a result, monetary policy is unlikely to be decided by Parliament in general or by the Government in particular, but by advisers to the Government employed by the Bank of England.

Monetary policy is essential in the governance of a country, and the Bank of England employs hundreds of “experts” who essentially examine and determine everything that concerns the State budget.
The question is: who are these people?
We do not really know who the people are that determine financial policy affecting our economy, but we may be certain that they have not been elected into Parliament, and that they have the power and influence to overrule any party agenda that does not fit in to their monetary policies.

When Bankers Rule the Government
The 2008-2009 banking crash was a result of behind-the-scenes monetary policies decided by banking potentates operating ABOVE the reach of Parliament, even deciding which set of regulations may be enacted and which regulations should be abolished. As these people work on a global scale, they brought the world economy to the brink of financial collapse. Not one government among all the affected countries was able to foresee the looming financial crisis, as all these governments were under the control of the banking elites. 

Anyone wishing to “rock the boat” is not going to be simply elected into Parliament, but will be vehemently opposed by the system, unless they manage to convince the People of Britain that we are dealing with a bankrupt system that needs changing for the better.

The people behind the scenes are certainly aware that British National Party is on the case, so they make sure that the media does its best to either silence BNP into oblivion, or demonise the Party. The “racist-hate” card is a red herring that has this effect, but what they are really covering is the “financial scam” card that BNP wishes to change.  

British money is not guaranteed by anything, and because it is not circulated by the State, the body that issues it is not required to refund the holder for its value should something go wrong in the economy.

Indeed British money has no intrinsic value. Its only “face value” is the picture of the face that is printed on it.

Written by D. Alexander

Part 1: Presenting BNP

Part 2: BNP policy on war and peace
 
Part 3: BNP on immigration

Monday, 27 October 2014

BNP On Immigration

Part 3
Britain is the Promised Land of the Brits.

Immigration in Britain
British National Party’s stance on national identity is linked to the right to a homeland. Britain is the homeland of the British People and naturally we wish to preserve our identity in our own Country.

We object to our Land being exposed to uncontrolled and indiscriminate immigration. We also object to our own people being made to pay for mass immigration in many ways: by ceding our right to work to foreign people who simply come over and take available jobs, by paying every form of benefit to everyone settling here, by paying increased rent and mortgage owing to overwhelming demands on housing.

The British people have become a minority in London. Millions of original Londoners have moved out into the English shires, mostly in order to escape mass immigration. Now there is the prospect of hundreds of thousands more families moving out from London all over Southern England and the Midlands.      

At the same time, millions of Eastern Europeans come and go, either to get a vacant job, or to return home with their savings to purchase a house in their own country.

To add to this, Britain still has a policy of entertaining all asylum seekers in hotels at the taxpayer’s expense. Once the asylum-seeking process is complete, usually with the aid of lawyers paid for by the British State, they move into free accommodation and can bring over their entire extended family. These people know they will receive a weekly welfare cheque from day one of landing on our Shores, and guaranteed child benefit for every child once their family is allowed to come over to join them.    

Who Pays for Immigration?
We need to research the financial situation in our Country to determine how we are paying for uncontrolled and insane mass immigration.

Where does the money come from to pay for the hotel room given to every economic migrant claiming to be an asylum seeker? Who pays their rent once they are given asylum? Who funds the lawyers they use to go through all the asylum-seeking and benefit-claiming procedures?
Who pays the legal expenses when an asylum seeker takes the British State to Court if their request for asylum has been rejected?

Who pays the weekly welfare cheque and the child benefit attached to every economic migrant and their family members once they have waded through the whole process? Who pays for the interpreters employed to translate every word from their language into English, and vice versa?

Where does the money come from to pay jobseekers allowance and housing benefit to every unemployed British person who cannot get a job owing to millions of Eastern Europeans coming and going and walking through the job market, always getting employed owing to their cheap-labour availability?

These people earn between five and ten times more on the minimum wage in Britain than they would in their own country. They are therefore highly motivated and prepared to work 25 hours a day eight days a week for £6.50 an hour, because within six months they will have saved the money to buy a house back home.

The employers know this, which is why they employ motivated Eastern Europeans from EU countries rather than local people. But someone still has to pay JSA and housing benefit for the unemployed local Brits, and this money certainly does not come from the income tax of a £6.50 an hour salary paid to the average Eastern European worker in the UK.

The tax paid by cheap-labour workers from the East of Europe does not contribute to the National Health Service either, or to the costs related to employing armies of staff in our job-centres. And it does not contribute to the costs for paying pensions to retired people.

Finally, who pays for the increased rent and the higher mortgages deriving from a housing market under siege? The higher the demand for housing, the more expensive accommodation will become.

People need to ponder these issues before entering the ballot station, because the mainstream media generally will not give explanations, and usually they will not even inform us that the problems exist.
In reality, we are either all paying for this directly out of our pocket or it is being added to the public debt. Since May 2010, the Coalition has managed to increase the public debt by around 85%, that is, an extra £550 billion in just four and a half years.

BNP Will End Colonisation of our Country
The first act of a British National Party government will be to close the borders to indiscriminate immigration. This will be the very first measure taken, and it will be with immediate effect.

Illegal immigrants will be returned to their country of origin, and those trying to enter will be stopped in their tracks. They will not be placed in a hotel if they make it over here, but in a deportation centre. From there they will be returned home by the swiftest way.

Written by D. Alexander

Part 1: Presenting BNP
 
Part 2: BNP policy on war and peace