Thursday, 25 April 2013

Project Kentish House

Preliminary Proposed Constitution
1. Kentish House is a proposal for a community owned company operating in the County of Kent. It would be established by way of a founding constitution, with binding rules and regulations, with the declared intention of investing all contributing funds in the Kentish economy. Kentish House will offer work to local people living within the County of Kent, with the sole possible exception of employing people from further afield if these are required in order to offer skilled training to the local population in Kent.

2. Contributing funds will be considered as shares, there will be no private owners but only share-owners. Shares would only be issued at a set price and ideally will earn an annual dividend according to yearly profits achieved through the company's economic production. Shares could not fluctuate in value on a speculative basis, but their value could possibly increase in line with the rate of inflation. The company will not pursue any form of speculative trading with its shares, nor permit any shareholding member to do so.
A set percentage of profits from economic production, separate from dividends, would be used for further investment and expansion of the company within the Kentish economy.

3. The company will preferably avoid financial loans and depend on share investments of its members.

4. Individual people and groups would be able to invest in Kentish House and receive shares exactly according to their financial investment. There would be no bonuses to any share holder or any particular member or employed person, and all salaries are to be established according to the binding constitution of the company.

5. All investments and operations and forms of management will be transparent and accountable and will conform to the established laws of the United Kingdom.

Proposals and Objectives of Project Kentish House
The company will have several branches, the two major being agricultural and industrial.
The agricultural branch will use its funds to invest in farmland in Kent. This will be done by purchasing land and also renting available land from other owners at set contracts. Nurseries will be established within the County to produce fruit trees and also plants for other crops, including berries and vegetables, suitable for the Kentish climate and with preference given to traditionally local varieties.
Kentish House will cultivate plots of land in Kent and sell the produce, and will abide to a strict policy of preserving nature and avoiding the use of chemical insecticides.

The industrial branch will set about establishing production centres such as textile factories manufacturing material and the clothes made from it, footwear, furniture, and generally any form of civil manufacture that currently is imported into Britain but could be produced in Kent.

Agricultural and industrial products may be sold in Kent, in Britain and abroad at standard and fair prices that assure a reasonable wage to the employed workers and a reasonable profit. The company will not engage in unethical forms of production or in unfair trade either when producing and marketing at its own sites, or when buying materials and products from anywhere in the world for further use at its own production sites.

Kentish House will not invest in lands or factories outside Kent, and by its own constitution will be bound to offer training and employment to the local population of Kent. The company's policy will avoid unfair competition with other producers within the economy and will plan its production in accordance with demand for agricultural produce and industrial manufacture that is imported from abroad but could be produced in Kent. It will not aim to diminish the trade of other producers and manufacturers in the United Kingdom.

This is the preliminary outline of Project Kentish House. All aspects presented thus far are of preliminary nature and will need to be defined and approved according to current or future British law, including the event of the foreseeable exit of Britain from the European Union.

Kentish House is a project of British Party, presented in Dover, Kent.  

Written by D. Alexander

Friday, 19 April 2013

The Tiny Global Village Called Speculation

How big money is made exploiting the Tiny Global Village.

A Window to Speculation
If you have ever asked why unemployment is rampant in Britain, as indeed in so many other western countries, look no further than speculation within the economy to find the answer. The easiest way to make big money is to buy a product for as little as possible, and then sell it for a huge profit. It is similar to giving out a loan at a huge interest rate.

Free Economy, Speculation, Austerity
The so-called free economy has allowed for Britain's manufacturing sector to be greatly depleted, to a large extent uprooted and closed down. This came about through speculation, finding ways to send millions of workers into unemployment and transferring Britain's traditional manufacture to countries where the cost of labour is fractional compared to the United Kingdom.

The result is austerity, with everything that is attached to austerity: unemployment, living off job-seekers allowance, borrowing money to pay for basic daily expenses, mortgaging the house, reverting to taking out payday loans at extortionate interest rates, home eviction, hunger.

Because the government system that allowed speculation to take over and destroy the economy is obviously not run by competent people, it should not really come as a surprise that these same governments over the years have mismanaged the State's finances and inflicted upon our Country an enormous Public Debt of over £1 trillion. Having at some point discovered this “rather insignificant” inconvenience, the Government then decided to inflict even more austerity by way of spending cuts, which go as far as cutting the Police Force and axing council budgets by as much as 40%, as well as axing hundreds of thousands of public sector jobs.

As a result, we have austerity coming from two directions: from personal and private bankruptcy, and from State bankruptcy. Needless to say, most banks also went bankrupt, having sunk into a world of speculative banking which had nothing to do with the real economy. The banks that became insolvent had invested the savers' money in toxic paper investments in other countries, and in government bonds of other countries, and in all sorts of fictitious and unrealistic paper assets readily available almost all over the globe.

Conquering the world in the name of speculation meant reaping fast and easy profits while earning top salaries, and adding to these big salaries even bigger bonuses, often many times higher than the actual salaries. As could have been expected, the banks crashed, as it was all based on speculation, on false economy, on greed, and mankind cannot conquer the world with greed.

High Street within the Global Village
As we all know, Britain's shops and supermarkets sell almost entirely products manufactured in cheap labour economies, sometimes at very low prices, and at times with enormous profit margins. This assures us mass unemployment, a conspicuous carbon footprint to transport just about everything from the other end of the world to Britain, a trade deficit and a Society dependent on benefits.

And those factories that are still operating in Britain often have a habit of employing cheap foreign labour on top of it all, thus guaranteeing British Society nothing more than a downtrodden place in the Global Village, with the Government planning to plaster over Britain's woodland and farmland to build millions of homes to accommodate mass immigration.

The workers on these building sites are commonly from Eastern Europe! So we have it all way round: unemployment, dependency on benefits, private debt, public debt, and to top it all, we will even lose our natural resources, the woods and the farmland, all sacrificed to the Global Village.

Yes, it seems as though the governing Establishment is rapidly transforming Britain into a one-off High Street within the Global Village, where developers and speculators and failed politicians will bury our remaining farms and woods under a tarmac of cement, while ensuring we have no manufacture either.
No manufacture, no agriculture, no woodland: is this the dismal destiny that awaits Britain?
And all in the name of speculation and big-money!

Written by D. Alexander

Saturday, 13 April 2013

British Party: Trident and Nuclear Submarines

Britain's future Prosperity comes from High, through Jesus Christ.

Britain to Campaign for an End to Nuclear Arms
British Party trusts in the Church of Jesus Christ and recognises the Gospel as the basis for the Constitution. Britain will campaign for a world conference to discuss all nuclear disarmament, with no exceptions. No country in the world must have nuclear weapons. The sooner this comes about, the better.

This campaign will involve convincing people all over the world that nuclear weapons imply mass destruction and genocide. It is not within the Spirit of the Gospel to even contemplate destroying cities, regions and countries, let alone making active contingency plans to do so by way of nuclear strategy.

How much would Trident Nuclear Submarines Cost?
All counted, the Trident project would cost around one hundred billion pounds between submarines, nuclear missiles, maintenance and operating expenditure.
British Party opposes the plans of numerous political parties in Britain to renew the Trident nuclear submarine programme.

It is not within the spirit of the British Christian foundations to defy the Gospel and base military strategy on mass destruction of the Earth and of Mankind. To do so would alienate Britain from Prosperity, and this is the ultimate cost the Trident nuclear weapons system would incur. By defying Christ, we could be inflicting upon our Country the ultimate catastrophe, which is to lose Prosperity.

There is possibly no greater way to lose Prosperity than by following the road of planned destruction of the Earth and of Mankind. Hence British Party will oppose the schemes of numerous political parties in our Country to impose upon us a policy of sheer madness.

Head of Trident Nuclear Missiles
The declared head of Britain's Government and of Britain's Armed Forces is the house of Windsor, but British Party believes in the new Constitution and the refounded Union Flag, which is given from High and honours the Christian Faith.

The Head of the British Isles is Jesus Christ, and so the British Monarchy is Divine and Heavenly. It cannot belong to a mortal person or to a private family. Nuclear missile strategies come from mortal people attempting to impose an alienation of our Country from Prosperity.

British Party upholds the Christian Faith and holds to the Union Flag as our national Christian identity.

Trident: party divisions on nuclear deterrent

Written by D. Alexander