The BNP's Answer to Their Financial Crisis


T

toiyuturhfh

Our Answer to Their Crisis
January 12, 2009 by sjohnson

By Steve Johnson — THE international financial system of the
globalised ‘Free Market’ is falling apart. Here in Britain, businesses
are going bust on every high street and industrial estate, dole queues
are getting longer, home values are collapsing and the pound is
becoming worthless against other currencies. The Government and the
two main opposition parties dither and swither, proposing one
desperate scheme after another, whilst everything is falling apart at
their feet.

So what would the British National Party do about it?

Our answer is to introduce nationalist policies passed down to us from
our political forebears, the Distributists such as G.K. Chesterton and
Hilaire Belloc, who first put them forward nearly a hundred years ago.

NATIONALISE THE BANKS:
The Labour Government is frightened of doing this even though they
have already spent vast sums of our money buying up much of the
British banking industry anyway. The bail-out hasn’t made the banks
lend more and dropping interest rates has only hurt savers and
pensioners.
The banks are still private businesses whose bosses’ job is to make a
profit for the City institutions who are their remaining non-
Government shareholders. At low interest rates there is no profit in
lending, so they won’t be doing it.
Printing more money without goods and services to back it up, is a
policy of desperation worthy of Zimbabwe – it will end in runaway
inflation on top of economic slump!
The only way to make the banks put credit back into the economy and
stop bankrupting viable businesses with ruinous renewal terms for the
loans on which the system has made them depend, is to take over the
ownership and control of the banks. One central State bank, which will
do as it is told by the Government and get the economy going again in
a controlled, organised way and keep it that way.

SHUT DOWN THE CITY:
City speculators hoping to make money out of nothing are at the root
of the current crisis. “Financial services” are parasites that
generate no real wealth. The main reason the pound has collapsed
against the euro is that investors are moving their money out of
Britain’s ’service based’ economy and into the currency of economies
like Germany and France that still actually make things. The euro
itself will in time be dragged down because it forces a “one-size-fits-
all” economic policy on economies ranging from rich industrial Germany
to poor agricultural Portugal. What is good for one member country
will ruin others and vice versa.

REBUILD THE REAL ECONOMY:
We must take control of what manufacturing industry that we have left
from the foreign multinationals like Nissan that own it, and turn the
factories into workers co-operatives – see John Lewis in your local
High Street for how well this works! To help re-establish our
traditional industries we must protect them from cheap foreign imports
with high tariff walls. This is how Japan, South Korea and China built
up their industrial might.

LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION:
The EU is like a lead weight chained to the ankle of the British
economy, dragging it down to its doom with the rest of the collapsing
Capitalist world. Once we are out of the EU we can protect our own
industries and get rid of the cheap imported labour that is forcing
more and more British workers onto the dole queues.

PUSH FOR MORE SELF SUFFICIENCY:
We need to build a strong, independent and as far as possible self-
sufficient, Britain. A lifeboat able to weather the storms of the
World of which the credit crunch is but the first, and certainly not
the last. British people should not have to suffer because banks in
New York unwisely lent money to people who couldn’t or wouldn’t pay it
back. A country rich in oil, coal, gas and fertile farmland should not
put its people at the mercy of fuel and food prices set by the Chinese
and the Arabs. British workers should work for themselves and their
families, not to earn profits for foreign multinationals and their
shareholders in Chicago and Tokyo.

This is what the British National Party will do to get Britain back to
work and keep it there. Safeguarding Britain so that it is no longer
at the mercy of the global economy as it staggers uncontrolledly from
boom to bust and wrecks our fragile planet in the process.

http://bnp.org.uk/2009/01/our-answer-to-their-crisis/
 
Ad

Advertisements

M

M Holmes

In said:
So what would the British National Party do about it?
Answer: they're nationalising socialists, just like their comrades in the
SWP and other socialist cults.

FoFP
 
W

William Black

So what would the British National Party do about it?

NATIONALISE THE BANKS:

SHUT DOWN THE CITY:
REBUILD THE REAL ECONOMY:
We must take control of what manufacturing industry that we have left
from the foreign multinationals like Nissan that own it, and turn the
factories into workers co-operatives –

LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION:
The EU is like a lead weight chained to the ankle of the British
economy, dragging it down to its doom with the rest of the collapsing
Capitalist world.

This is what the British National Party will do to get Britain back to
work and keep it there. Safeguarding Britain so that it is no longer
at the mercy of the global economy as it staggers uncontrolledly from
boom to bust and wrecks our fragile planet in the process.

-------------------------------------------------------

And then, no doubt, invade Poland...


--
William Black


I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Barbeques on fire by the chalets past the castle headland
I watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off the Newborough gate
All these moments will be lost in time, like icecream on the beach
Time for tea.
 
R

Retired

Our Answer to Their Crisis
January 12, 2009 by sjohnson

By Steve Johnson — THE international financial system of the
globalised ‘Free Market’ is falling apart. Here in Britain, businesses
are going bust on every high street and industrial estate, dole queues
are getting longer, home values are collapsing and the pound is
becoming worthless against other currencies. The Government and the
two main opposition parties dither and swither, proposing one
desperate scheme after another, whilst everything is falling apart at
their feet.

So what would the British National Party do about it?

Our answer is to introduce nationalist policies passed down to us from
our political forebears, the Distributists such as G.K. Chesterton and
Hilaire Belloc, who first put them forward nearly a hundred years ago.

NATIONALISE THE BANKS:
The Labour Government is frightened of doing this even though they
have already spent vast sums of our money buying up much of the
British banking industry anyway. The bail-out hasn’t made the banks
lend more and dropping interest rates has only hurt savers and
pensioners.
The banks are still private businesses whose bosses’ job is to make a
profit for the City institutions who are their remaining non-
Government shareholders. At low interest rates there is no profit in
lending, so they won’t be doing it.
Printing more money without goods and services to back it up, is a
policy of desperation worthy of Zimbabwe – it will end in runaway
inflation on top of economic slump!
The only way to make the banks put credit back into the economy and
stop bankrupting viable businesses with ruinous renewal terms for the
loans on which the system has made them depend, is to take over the
ownership and control of the banks. One central State bank, which will
do as it is told by the Government and get the economy going again in
a controlled, organised way and keep it that way.

SHUT DOWN THE CITY:
City speculators hoping to make money out of nothing are at the root
of the current crisis. “Financial services” are parasites that
generate no real wealth. The main reason the pound has collapsed
against the euro is that investors are moving their money out of
Britain’s ’service based’ economy and into the currency of economies
like Germany and France that still actually make things. The euro
itself will in time be dragged down because it forces a “one-size-fits-
all” economic policy on economies ranging from rich industrial Germany
to poor agricultural Portugal. What is good for one member country
will ruin others and vice versa.

REBUILD THE REAL ECONOMY:
We must take control of what manufacturing industry that we have left
from the foreign multinationals like Nissan that own it, and turn the
factories into workers co-operatives – see John Lewis in your local
High Street for how well this works! To help re-establish our
traditional industries we must protect them from cheap foreign imports
with high tariff walls. This is how Japan, South Korea and China built
up their industrial might.

LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION:
The EU is like a lead weight chained to the ankle of the British
economy, dragging it down to its doom with the rest of the collapsing
Capitalist world. Once we are out of the EU we can protect our own
industries and get rid of the cheap imported labour that is forcing
more and more British workers onto the dole queues.

PUSH FOR MORE SELF SUFFICIENCY:
We need to build a strong, independent and as far as possible self-
sufficient, Britain. A lifeboat able to weather the storms of the
World of which the credit crunch is but the first, and certainly not
the last. British people should not have to suffer because banks in
New York unwisely lent money to people who couldn’t or wouldn’t pay it
back. A country rich in oil, coal, gas and fertile farmland should not
put its people at the mercy of fuel and food prices set by the Chinese
and the Arabs. British workers should work for themselves and their
families, not to earn profits for foreign multinationals and their
shareholders in Chicago and Tokyo.

This is what the British National Party will do to get Britain back to
work and keep it there. Safeguarding Britain so that it is no longer
at the mercy of the global economy as it staggers uncontrolledly from
boom to bust and wrecks our fragile planet in the process.

http://bnp.org.uk/2009/01/our-answer-to-their-crisis/


This sounds more like an extreme LEFT political party!
And I thought they have always been accused of being extreme RIGHT !!!!

B.
 
S

Shaun

So what would the British National Party do about it?

NATIONALISE THE BANKS:

SHUT DOWN THE CITY:
REBUILD THE REAL ECONOMY:
We must take control of what manufacturing industry that we have left
from the foreign multinationals like Nissan that own it, and turn the
factories into workers co-operatives –

LEAVE THE EUROPEAN UNION:
The EU is like a lead weight chained to the ankle of the British
economy, dragging it down to its doom with the rest of the collapsing
Capitalist world.

This is what the British National Party will do to get Britain back to
work and keep it there. Safeguarding Britain so that it is no longer
at the mercy of the global economy as it staggers uncontrolledly from
boom to bust and wrecks our fragile planet in the process.
The most successful economies of the 1930s did.
 
W

William Black

Shaun said:
The most successful economies of the 1930s did.
Neither the economy of Nazi Germany nor the economy of the late and
unlamented USSR could ever be described as 'successful.

Both were pretty much disaster areas with Nazi Germany having to keep
invading people to keep things moving and the economy of the USSR,
colossal though it was, having to beg vast numbers of trucks from the USA,
at no charge, in order to beat them.

--
William Black


I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Barbeques on fire by the chalets past the castle headland
I watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off the Newborough gate
All these moments will be lost in time, like icecream on the beach
Time for tea.
 
Ad

Advertisements

S

Shaun

Neither the economy of Nazi Germany nor the economy of the late and
unlamented USSR could ever be described as 'successful.

Both were pretty much disaster areas with Nazi Germany having to keep
invading people to keep things moving and the economy of the USSR,
colossal though it was, having to beg vast numbers of trucks from the USA,
at no charge, in order to beat them.

--
The USSR turned from an backward agricultural to a modern industrial
economy. Germany went from mass unemployment and hyper-inflation to
being the leading economic power in Europe.
 
T

Tom

Retired said:
This sounds more like an extreme LEFT political party!
And I thought they have always been accused of being extreme RIGHT !!!!
Left and right no longer have any real meaning in politics. The labour
party is now further "right" than the pre thatcher conservatives.
http://www.politicalcompass.org/extremeright shows the BNP are actually
further "Left" than anyone but the greens.
 
A

aracari

Left and right no longer have any real meaning in politics. The labour
party is now further "right" than the pre thatcher conservatives.
http://www.politicalcompass.org/extremeright shows the BNP are actually
further "Left" than anyone but the greens.
I've been following that site for some while and it has a lot of
merit, but I disagree with their placement of New Labour.

--
socialism is like chronic heart disease ...
you may not know you suffer from it, but it'll kill you in the end.

"David Davis For Freedom":
http://www.daviddavisforfreedom.com/
....the battle against totalitarian 'database Britain'
under Gordon Brown's NooLab socialist government.
 
W

William Black

Shaun said:
On Tue, 13 Jan 2009 23:41:23 +0530, "William Black"

The USSR turned from an backward agricultural to a modern industrial
economy.
But remained backward agriculturally, and the number of dead do rather seem
to indicate that the process was less than painless.

Germany went from mass unemployment and hyper-inflation to
being the leading economic power in Europe.
In about 1977...

Again, the process was not what you'd call 'pain free'...

--
William Black


I've seen things you people wouldn't believe.
Barbeques on fire by the chalets past the castle headland
I watched the gift shops glitter in the darkness off the Newborough gate
All these moments will be lost in time, like icecream on the beach
Time for tea.
 
T

Tom

aracari said:
I've been following that site for some while and it has a lot of
merit, but I disagree with their placement of New Labour.
Whereabouts would you put them? (and why?)

Tom
 
Ad

Advertisements

A

aracari

Whereabouts would you put them? (and why?)
I'd put NL on the left side on the horizontal axis and above the
centre line on the vertical axis more towards authoritarianism.

Old Labour were in a similar position on the horizontal axis,
perhaps further over to the left, but NL are much higher up the
authoritarian scale. This is evidenced by their obsession with
statism and control freakery, including ID Cards, databases galore
and endless anti-liberty laws etc. They are slowly creating a
police state.

Further, whereas I used to view fascism as an ideology of the
Right (the BBC still do), several informed people on this
newsgroup <ukpm> will convince you that it is in fact mainly
from the authoritarian Left eg: Mussolini and Hitler...both
socialists. Brown's Stalinism is just another flavour of it.

That said, I don't think NL have yet become fascists but they
are travelling down that road IMV. If NL get a renewed mandate
at the next General Election, things will get very bad.

--
socialism is like chronic heart disease ...
you may not know you suffer from it, but it'll kill you in the end.

"David Davis For Freedom":
http://www.daviddavisforfreedom.com/
....the battle against totalitarian 'database Britain'
under Gordon Brown's NooLab socialist government.
 

Ask a Question

Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question?

You'll need to choose a username for the site, which only take a couple of moments. After that, you can post your question and our members will help you out.

Ask a Question

Top