"Truth seldom is pleasant; it is almost invariably bitter. A loss of courage may be the most striking feature which an outside observer notices in the West in our days..." Alexander Solzhenitsyn, Commencement address at Harvard University , June 8, 1978

Friday, 12 November 2010


Yesterday, Work and Pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith unveiled his half-baked welfare reforms, in which he vowed to put the brakes on the UK’s benefits gravy train…. While this sounds good, and I would be the first to say that the work shy should be punished by having their benefits taken from them, his plans would also severely effect those who are eagerly looking for work in an environment where there is no work to be found.

His proposals are ludicrous beyond belief… Lets look at this logically… If their isn’t much work available, how are those looking for work supposed to find a job. This is the fatal flaw in Iain’s proposals…. Without work they cant work. It is really that simple.

I do agree with some aspects of the proposal; for instance, his new Universal Credit, which will replace all benefits in 2013, will make sure anyone turning down employment or training courses will see their benefits stopped, which is fair enough. However, what I don’t agree with, is also punishing those who are more than actively looking for work, and cant find any.. The risk is, the poor could end up destitute as they get punished for a situation that the present government and the former government created..

Iain Duncan Smith revealed also yesterday that there was 4 million jobs created under LIEbour, and a huge 70 per cent was taken by immigrants.

The reason for all these reforms is to try and get out of the debt that Labour created for us… So let me give a few of my ideas to ease the debt, while still ensuring that there is a viable safety net for those unfortunate enough to be out of work.

Firstly; the 70 per cent of those 4 million jobs should be taken away from the non-natives, and be reserved for native Britons, which would ease the unemployment rate by an huge amount,

Secondly; Instead of sending billions of pounds to foreign nations in the name of aid, we should keep the money in our own hands, we may find we are not actually that bad off, and these desperate and damaging cuts being put forward by the traitors in Parliament would not be needed…

The National Front is a party of common sense. We believe that looking after the British Public is the number one goal of any government, unlike the current and past governments, who seem to think Britain should be the worlds bank, and the worlds employer… We will ensure that British jobs will remain in British hands, and while we will keep the safety net of the benefit system, we would also create initiatives to get people back into work, and those who refuse to go to work when the opportunity arises because they have become too comfortable on benefits would be punished with a cut to their benefits….

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