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English Can Buy Back Their Own Land

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posted on Jan, 30 2019 @ 06:41 PM
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If people want to truly understand the Fiat control system, here's a short video that lays everything on the table. Best 13 minutes you can spend, what's interesting is they don't hide the fact they're in control.





posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 10:07 AM
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a reply to: Kester



Says it all really.


Or take this poor soul for instance.

www.youtube.com...

This country has not just gone to the Dogs.

It's bloody run by them.

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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 10:11 AM
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Homelessness in this country isn't caused by a lack of housing. There are over a million empty homes. The banks have caused that particular problem.
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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 10:13 AM
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Are they fit for accommodation?

Can they actually be allocated to the 300,000 people who require them?

Homelessness in this country is caused by fake austerity and bureaucratic bull crap.

Homelessness is caused by Tories.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 10:18 AM
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originally posted by: andy06shake
a reply to: Ohanka

Are they fit for accommodation?

Can they actually be allocated to the 300,000 people who require them?

Homelessness in this country is caused by fake austerity and bureaucratic bull crap.

Homelessness is caused by Tories.


Pretty much every problem was caused by the Tories and their inhumane and crippling ideologically-driven austerity measures. But they are in the pockets of the financial sector. A decade of Tory rule has brought this country to it's knees.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 10:23 AM
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a reply to: andy06shake
Manchester city council should be ashamed of themselves. My council has invoked emergency measures since the cold weather and opened up an empty shop so everyone gets somewhere inside to sleep. We have a hostel here but if people are intoxicated they are not allowed in but under the emergency measures everyone gets a space on a floor at the very least, even employed security to keep order with the drunks. A local charity is providing hot food and dry clothes. Nobody will be dying on our streets due to the cold.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 12:00 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24
Let me give you a little heads up. Truly do this. Ask one of your local councillors "I'm thinking of becoming a councillor, what do you recommend how to go about it"? I'll guarantee 99.9% of them will say "oh, you don't want to do that" or " the job is all hassle, too much trouble" and the biggie " you don't get paid for it, you don't get a wage".
Yet it's always the same people putting up for it and in some cases their husbands or wives get on the gravy train.
If you want to find out how much money they can make there are sites that give their "expenses", notice expenses not wages' Makes no difference expenses or wages it's still money they get.
Example. I looked at this 5 years ago. One of my councillors was on the borough council £9000, he was on the county council £13000, he was on the county police committee £16000 and on the county fire brigade committee £19000.
That equates to £57000. Now let them tell you they don't get paid.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 12:26 PM
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a reply to: crayzeed

Damn...can a Yank get elected to a council. How fun would that be. As long as i dont have to wear one of them wig things.
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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 12:32 PM
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Ah, Kester, Kester, looking at the world through rose coloured binoculars cos you aint even in the same county. No anecdotes, truth. I used to work for the borough and knew most (I say most cos no one knows all) the regulations, but they rewrote them 4 years ago. It used to be, undeveloped land, 1, for pleasure use(parks etc.),2. old industrial land (designated grey sites) and 3. green belt. at that time only grey sites were allowed to be developed. Now anything goes, even flood plains which were a massive no no.
Now yes you can claim land , object to unwanted development etc. But, with the biggest but you have to go through the procedural channels. ie. you have to put your case to the local authority whether its objecting to building, claiming rights etc. Firstly you are given an allotted time to put your point across the the relevant committee.
You will have 2 minutes, that's 2 minutes for all objectors, so if there is 4 objectors you get 30 seconds each (and you are timed to the second and if you try to go over you WILL be dragged out). Been there, done it, got the t shirt.
Now IF you do succeed they can use the regulations against you. Example:-the land you claimed whoops smeone has found a shard of roman pottery, you HAVE to pay for an archeological investigation before you can proceed. That's £15000 to you.
And if they really want to stop you a "local conservation group" will find an edangered plant or creature and that stops everything. These cases are not made up I have actually witnessed them.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 12:35 PM
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a reply to: lakenheath24
You dont wear a wig only the Mayor gets to wear the stuff. Oh I forgot you get travel expenses, if you use your own car it used to be 50 pence a mile.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 12:54 PM
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"Example. I looked at this 5 years ago. One of my councillors was on the borough council £9000, he was on the county council £13000, he was on the county police committee £16000 and on the county fire brigade committee £19000."

Anyone of those amounts are some peoples yearly salaries!

Dirty bumping bastards really.

We should select our councilors and politicians by lottery because the proclivity for the job only attracts the wrong sort of person by default.

And therein lies the problem regarding rather few areas of our perceived notion of the democratic process.
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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:09 PM
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a reply to: SarahConnor

Mate have you any idea what goes on in those hostels?

If you don't have a smack habit when you go in you more than lightly do soon after.

They get beat up, molested, degraded and humiliated beyond belief despite the extensive CCTV and staff members presence.

Truth is the snow, wind and cold are more desirable than the alternative offered by way of some of these hostels.

People need houses and homes not stopgap accommodation with an applicable drug habit ta boot.

Don't get me wrong I'm not saying get rid of the hostels, but in there present form the can be more trouble than they are worth.



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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:10 PM
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My councilor is amazing, he is an independent and does loads of advocacy work for the people in our ward, even helped me when I was having council tax and housing benefit problems. I will always vote for him and wish he was leader of the council, there are beautiful people still out there working in politics, for us, the peasants and serfs.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:12 PM
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a reply to: SarahConnor

Your counselor sounds great!


The exception to the rule perchance?

Who is he/she?



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:14 PM
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Whoops, I forgot about the all expenses paid jamborees. Twinning with another town say, Germany, Italy or Spain. Councillors HAVE to go to see that the procedure is done right. Then there's the " fact finding missions". Like this which actually happened a fact finding trip to Chicago to see how Chicago handled its waste. Easy aint it.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:23 PM
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a reply to: andy06shake
Our hostel was purpose built, is well managed and safe, I volunteered there before my injury. Only in the kitchen and canteen but still making human connections. They don't allow people in who are intoxicated in any way, total ban, rare to see violence or drugs in my local hostel, that happens outside or they get kicked out.
This emergency action by the council happens every winter when it drops below a certain temperature, don't know what that is, and it frees up cash dedicated to rent an empty shop or something, and pay for security guards to keep order because we are talking total addicts who are banned from the hostel. I'd stay in the hostel and feel safe, and I'm a woman. Emergency admission is open plan room sleeping, but they have individual rooms which folk can move into as others find long term accommodation.

I walked past the temporary shop shelter earlier, there were maybe 10 guys bedding down. It ain't luxury, the charity have supplied camping mats so no beds, but warm and dry, and fed. Off-topic but the two security guards are huge like the big one on the Jeremy Kyle show (I know mindless TV), I went Phwoar inside lol



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:29 PM
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"Our hostel was purpose built, is well managed and safe,"

Nice to know there are some places that do what they say on the tin then.


"I volunteered there before my injury. Only in the kitchen and canteen but still making human connections."

That's admirable in itself, well done.

Do you hail from a large city?

Reason i ask is the hostels in Glasgow, although they attempt to operate somewhat similar policies, are a rather different kettle of fish.

Same in quite a few large cities if truth be told.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:35 PM
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He is a beautiful person who genuinely cares about the people. Even down to if you are emotional he'll give a kind touch to shoulder saying things like you'll be okay, just be strong for now while you need to (yes to me one time lol)
It is a pity independents rarely get elected because we haven't got proportional representation voting for our MP's, I would vote for him if he ever stood for MP, and sorry to the OP for going a bit off-topic.



posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:43 PM
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Thank you, the volunteering is not totally altruistic, it is good for the soul so I selfishly get a lot of happy feelings from it. I'm a personal carer (bum wiper, pill giver, and tea maker lol) at an old people's home by trade, if you can call it a trade, I do that for money obviously, but helping someone live as best a life they can also makes me happy, some residents are amazing beautiful interesting and inspiring humans.


Oh, forgot to say, town of 30,000 or so people, very good support services here from charities and the council, but that causes us problems because more people move here to access the help. I wish every town and city offered the same assistance so the homeless folk didn't have to make the choice to move. Lots of new faces on the streets these last few weeks so now the council have enacted the emergency protocol or whatever it is called, they can draw more funds for the temporary shelter, honestly it needs the two huge security guards inside, we are talking serious addicts and mental health issues using this emergency shelter. No washing facilities, just a toilet and a place on the floor, but it will keep them alive and safe.
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posted on Jan, 31 2019 @ 01:47 PM
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Looked after my granny till the end, well my Mrs did the bum wiping, pill giving, and i made the tea sometimes, she had vascular dementia, made it till 91.

Point is, i know you are a Woman, but you do a Mans job if you ken what i mean.

Hats off to you.




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