NuLab policy of dismantling the UK rural economy

In the early years
following the second world war, Winston Churchill said that
Britain needed to become self sufficient in food
production, to be come a nation that could feed itself. When he came to power in
1951 following Labour’s disastrous term immediately after the war, he set about
ensuring that
Britain could feed itself, with rigorous
programmes enhancing farming, both with grain production and livestock. He also
set about doing the same with energy production and manufactured goods. 

He set up the
Milk Marketing Board, enhanced the role of MAFF, setting standards for
tuberculosis testing on cattle, set grain quota’s for farmers, potato
production and other vegetables, and over the following 20 years this country
did indeed become a nation that fed itself.

However, as time
has moved on, with globalisation on the rise and in the big scheme of the
European plan, the
UK was told by the EC that it does not need to have a rural economy, and
NuLab have embarcked upon a policy for the systematic destruction of the fabric
and economy of the countryside. 

This has taken
several forms. Firstly there is the assault on the communities themselves, the
culture that binds them together, and the time and effort spent on outlawing
country pursuits is evident of that. The ban on foxhunting only being the most

There is also the
closure of the Post Offices, essential in rural areas, which along with pubs
are the central focus in most villages. The pubs themselves are now under
attack, with working directives, health and safety legislation and finally the
smoking ban which will kill off most rural pubs, and destroy the very fabric of
those communities. 

The most vicious
attacks on rural
Britain has however been left for the farmers
themselves. When this country was devastated by Foot and Mouth disease,
investigators found that the possibility of it being an engineered event were
quite high. 

It was long known
that the Government wanted to reduce the population of Farmers in the
UK, and in turn its burden under the Farm
Subsidies arrangements.  

It was discovered
that the Government i.e. Defra, had secretly purchased massive amounts of
rubber gloves and boots in advance, along with huge amounts of
disinfectants.  It was also reported in the national press that some of
the Vets who had flown in from NZ had their contracts raised nearly 6 months
before the outbreak.  A lucky case of forward planning?. 

Then we had the H5N1
outbreak on a turkey
Norfolk, where the transportation by Defra of contaminated carcasses
across the country looked suspiciously like a deliberate policy to spread the
virus. An enquiry into the outbreak has never proved how the outbreak began.
Another engineered event? Would explain why they dont want this to go to court.

Now that the deliberate
policy of reducing and forcing into bankruptcy the number of farms in the
UK is also in the public domain. The
economic cost to the
UK of this policy is not just at a human
level, where many farmers have committed suicide as a result, but also in
national terms to our overall economy, with massive fines being imposed from

Defra have truly screwed
up, Margaret Beckett and Gordon Brown have conspired to defraud many people of
their livelihoods, and again it will be the people of
Britain and the taxpayers who will have to burden
the fallout. 

Individual cases
of directed spite are rife, some reported some not, where farmers who have
managed not only to survive but thrive, are targeted
for destruction, and the unprecedented illegal  fiasco of produce company Bowland Dairy Products.

I questioned at
the time what the Civil Servants where doing? I said: What worries me more than
the stupid rules and regulations, are the
Moron’s who are happy to
carry them out. Are they happy to destroy one man’s entire life without
questioning what they were doing. 

Well, now that
their work is done, the Civil
are to lose their jobs, farms are in bankruptcy but the
conspirators are getting promotions.

Margaret Beckett
was moved to her current post in the Foreign Office, and is continuing to show
her ineptitude, and Gordon Brown wants us to accept him as a prime minister. 

There is in the
public domain more than enough evidence to show a deliberate policy effort to
cut down the number of farmers in the
UK, and to
destroy the rural economy, but this latest bit of government stupidity really
does require an urgent and thorough independent enquiry.

Equally important
however is the warning to civil servants. If you are part of this ‘changing
Britain’ conspiracy, look at what you are doing, question what you are doing,
look at all the other things that are being changed and put the big picture
together in your head, then think what it could be used for in 10 years time in
the hands of people with another agenda, and ask yourself whether you really
want your children to grow up in a Britain going down this road. 

Learn from the
lessens of your colleagues in Defra. When your evil work is done, you too will
no longer be required. You will be thrown on the scrap heap as well, and join
the rest of us tied down in red tape, ID cards, being spied upon, logged,
tagged and controlled. You and your children will have no immunity.


NuLab – Destroying Britain
from the inside out.



About IanPJ

Ian Parker-Joseph, former Leader of the Libertarian Party UK, who currently heads PDPS Internet Hosting and the Personal Deed Poll Services company, has been an IT industry professional for over 20 years, providing Business Consulting, Programme and Project Management, specialising in the recovery of Projects that have failed in a process driven world. Ian’s experience is not limited to the UK, and he has successfully delivered projects in the Middle East, Africa, US, Russia, Poland, France and Germany. Working within different cultures, Ian has occupied high profile roles within multi-nationals such as Nortel and Cable & Wireless. These experiences have given Ian an excellent insight into world events, and the way that they can shape our own national future. His extensive overseas experiences have made him all too aware of how the UK interacts with its near neighbours, its place in the Commonwealth, and how our nation fits into the wider world. He is determined to rebuild many of the friendships and commercial relationships with other nations that have been sadly neglected over the years, and would like to see greater energy and food security in these countries, for the benefit of all. Ian is a vocal advocate of small government, individual freedom, low taxation and a minimum of regulation. Ian believes deeply and passionately in freedom and independence in all areas of life, and is now bringing his professional experiences to bear in the world of politics.
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