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Can I ask where they isn't a HPC Political party, the number of times I've read comments by people saying it's typical of the British to do nothing, so why has HPC done nothing? Writing on a forum isn't going to change jack schitt.

There's been 3 by-elections where a stand could have been made and our lazy greedy f***er politicians exposed.

HPC should start it's own political party under the banner of the Freedom Party. The housepricecrash Party I don't think would send out the right message to the voters.

Ideas for a Manifasto

New constitution forcing the Govt to run a balanced budget unless under exceptional circumstances, and if deficit spending is used the govt has to return back to a balanced budget within 3-5 years. Failure to do so the taxpayer can pursue the MP's that voted for deficit spending at seize their assets. Obviously the current mess may take more than 3-5 years to sort out.

Same for Councils need to run a balance budget, same outcome if they fail to do so.

End of MPs expenses, anything bought by the taxpayer belongs to the taxpayer. So if they have a nice new shiny plasma TV that's fine but they don't get to keep it.

Any political party standing for election on a manifasto creates a legally binding document fail to implement your plans without good reason and the electorate can sue the govt to be evicted.

The Civil Service to be made independent of govt, loyalty to the people not govt.

The BoE to be given the economic objective of a stable economy, with the powers to tell the govt to f*** off if they come looking for just printing more cash to boost the economy.

Spending needs to be slashed, ID Cards to be scrapped complete waste of money.

Family tax credit to be based on details the Inland Revenue already have rather than you having to guess and getting it wrong.

Criminals to get reduced human rights, the only thing someone breaks the law is entitled to is basic food / shelter the rest is tough sh*t don't break the law.

Obviously the Human Rights Bill would have to be addressed and corrected.

Prisons objective to become self funding, prisoners to earn money through work in jail to pay for their keep and to pay restituion back to victims and cover insurance costs with the aim of reducing insurance bills and more important the tax bill. If prisoners want luxurys they have to earn it themselves.

All new builds to be carbon neutral with the objective of self sustaining to reduce this nations energy bills.

DWP and Inland Revenue to sort out the National Insurance numbers fiasco as I'd read we have more numbers than people.

If your claiming child benefit/tax credits parents and children must be resident here, for those of schooling age must be registered in School.

Abolition on upper limit on community service, Judges allowed to give out orders which would mean someone doing community service for years if they warranted it, they are far better doing this than clogging up the jails. However if they proved themselves to be good citizens this could be reduced for exceptional contributions.

Life to mean life, if the Judge thinks 30 years then that's what they say, not life with minimum of 30 years.

EU taxes suspended until the EU accounts are signed off so far they haven't been signed off in over 10 years by the accountants. Until the corruption stops no more UK money.

The above is my little effect I'm sure I can think of others.

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Can I ask where they isn't a HPC Political party, the number of times I've read comments by people saying it's typical of the British to do nothing, so why has HPC done nothing? Writing on a forum isn't going to change jack schitt.

Whenever this is suggested it does make me think of Monty Pythons Life of Brian.

Besides 90% of the British public has been brainwashed into thinking that endless meteroic price rises are somehow making them wealthy, they are very protectice of their "wealth" so it would never work.

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Why not an HPC party? We believe:

1) High home prices benefit only banks and those leaving the market.

2) Low prices benefit everyone else.

It would be interesting to have that debate in public.

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One policy/issue parties simply do not do well in UK elections. Also, the Media deliberately do not give them any air-time - they work on a deliberately complicated formula of having to have X candidates and X members in your party and X percentage of the vote (Big problem if it is your first election.) to get airtime.

Basically, this means that only the Labour, Tories, Libs and the various Nat parties in Wales and Scotland get national airtime coverage. The best the others get is to have their names read out, very quickly, at the end of such and such programme. I think only UKIP have come the closest to breaking the cartel.

When they do by-election programmes on the TV, for example, virtually all the audience belong to one of the main parties so all those questions you see being asked of the candidates, thinking they are coming from Jo Public, actually come from the candidates 'mates'. At best, single issue Parties might get one of their supporters in the audience, two at best.

You may also have to fight against the political bias of those making the programmes also who, perhaps, sometimes have a vested interest in making certain parties look better than others? Of course, that is only hearsay and I am sure all those who work on such programmes make them in the best interests of fair play and parliamentary democracy... or something like that :rolleyes:

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Can I ask where they isn't a HPC Political party, the number of times I've read comments by people saying it's typical of the British to do nothing, so why has HPC done nothing? Writing on a forum isn't going to change jack schitt.

We used to have a member called Marina. Look up his old posts and you'll be able to find countless threads related to this subject.

By the way, are you familiar with the phrase "Less is more"?

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It would be interesting to have that debate in public.

Interesting, yes, but also stupendously difficult and expensive.

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Can I ask where they isn't a HPC Political party, the number of times I've read comments by people saying it's typical of the British to do nothing, so why has HPC done nothing? Writing on a forum isn't going to change jack schitt.

There's been 3 by-elections where a stand could have been made and our lazy greedy f***er politicians exposed.

HPC should start it's own political party under the banner of the Freedom Party. The housepricecrash Party I don't think would send out the right message to the voters.

Ideas for a Manifasto

New constitution forcing the Govt to run a balanced budget unless under exceptional circumstances, and if deficit spending is used the govt has to return back to a balanced budget within 3-5 years. Failure to do so the taxpayer can pursue the MP's that voted for deficit spending at seize their assets. Obviously the current mess may take more than 3-5 years to sort out.

Same for Councils need to run a balance budget, same outcome if they fail to do so.

End of MPs expenses, anything bought by the taxpayer belongs to the taxpayer. So if they have a nice new shiny plasma TV that's fine but they don't get to keep it.

Any political party standing for election on a manifasto creates a legally binding document fail to implement your plans without good reason and the electorate can sue the govt to be evicted.

The Civil Service to be made independent of govt, loyalty to the people not govt.

The BoE to be given the economic objective of a stable economy, with the powers to tell the govt to f*** off if they come looking for just printing more cash to boost the economy.

Spending needs to be slashed, ID Cards to be scrapped complete waste of money.

Family tax credit to be based on details the Inland Revenue already have rather than you having to guess and getting it wrong.

Criminals to get reduced human rights, the only thing someone breaks the law is entitled to is basic food / shelter the rest is tough sh*t don't break the law.

Obviously the Human Rights Bill would have to be addressed and corrected.

Prisons objective to become self funding, prisoners to earn money through work in jail to pay for their keep and to pay restituion back to victims and cover insurance costs with the aim of reducing insurance bills and more important the tax bill. If prisoners want luxurys they have to earn it themselves.

All new builds to be carbon neutral with the objective of self sustaining to reduce this nations energy bills.

DWP and Inland Revenue to sort out the National Insurance numbers fiasco as I'd read we have more numbers than people.

If your claiming child benefit/tax credits parents and children must be resident here, for those of schooling age must be registered in School.

Abolition on upper limit on community service, Judges allowed to give out orders which would mean someone doing community service for years if they warranted it, they are far better doing this than clogging up the jails. However if they proved themselves to be good citizens this could be reduced for exceptional contributions.

Life to mean life, if the Judge thinks 30 years then that's what they say, not life with minimum of 30 years.

EU taxes suspended until the EU accounts are signed off so far they haven't been signed off in over 10 years by the accountants. Until the corruption stops no more UK money.

The above is my little effect I'm sure I can think of others.

Everyone posting on here is, almost by definition, contrarian and argumentative. Are they really going to subscribe to a single manifesto?

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Why Haven't You Created The Hpc Political Party?

Because everyone on this site is a sockpuppet of one sad loner.

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Because everyone on this site is a sockpuppet of one sad loner.

I love sockpuppets.

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Because everyone on this site is a sockpuppet of one sad loner.

Only a serving MP holidaying in England, peering through an hotel window at a seaside panorama obscured by rain might be inclined to post something similar to the above on such a controversial forum.

I call a beige jacket wannabee :angry:

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Interesting, yes, but also stupendously difficult and expensive.

FP can be the financial might behind us minnows.

I'd vote for Bloo Loo.

(kiss of death, sorry BL)

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One policy/issue parties simply do not do well in UK elections. Also, the Media deliberately do not give them any air-time - they work on a deliberately complicated formula of having to have X candidates and X members in your party and X percentage of the vote (Big problem if it is your first election.) to get airtime.

Basically, this means that only the Labour, Tories, Libs and the various Nat parties in Wales and Scotland get national airtime coverage. The best the others get is to have their names read out, very quickly, at the end of such and such programme. I think only UKIP have come the closest to breaking the cartel.

When they do by-election programmes on the TV, for example, virtually all the audience belong to one of the main parties so all those questions you see being asked of the candidates, thinking they are coming from Jo Public, actually come from the candidates 'mates'. At best, single issue Parties might get one of their supporters in the audience, two at best.

You may also have to fight against the political bias of those making the programmes also who, perhaps, sometimes have a vested interest in making certain parties look better than others? Of course, that is only hearsay and I am sure all those who work on such programmes make them in the best interests of fair play and parliamentary democracy... or something like that :rolleyes:

All well true and eloquently written. I would also say we are divided by a common theme. I would find it hard to share a party with members of the far right. And ultimately it would be taken over by those who understand the principles of "stacking" and are politically active enough and "have the numbers" to do so. So ultimately the whole deal would end with an in-fight of some sort, and I would be deeply embarrassed by my overall affiliation as the far right and racist house price understandings took over from the general themes of better banking regulation, better housing regulation and disputably more flexible land use policies (and then there is the thorny issue of social housing which would likely cause a split between the free market capitalists and the social democrats etc.!) ...

And in the end... As all the chairs are upturned in the melee... Oh My what a lovely party :o .

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Only a serving MP holidaying in England, peering through an hotel window at a seaside panorama obscured by rain might be inclined to post something similar to the above on such a controversial forum.

I call a beige jacket wannabee :angry:

Its worse, I am that sad loner.....

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Its worse, I am that sad loner.....

A sad loner to whom 'everyone on this site' is a sockpuppet?

Do yourself a favour and dump the beige jacket!

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Perhaps if all posters chipped in thier STR funds (moved out of GBP I hope) we could buy the Isle of White and declare independance.?

Although all those wrinklies might put a huge burden on our newly formed ... IWNHS

:lol:

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Everyone posting on here is, almost by definition, contrarian and argumentative. Are they really going to subscribe to a single manifesto?

I really don't see that as being an issue, much more fun having disagreement than everyone sitting around a table with their noses up gordons **** saying YES THAT WILL WORK the voters will fall for that.

Debate is argumentative that's the whole point if we all agree their is no debate.

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We used to have a member called Marina. Look up his old posts and you'll be able to find countless threads related to this subject.

By the way, are you familiar with the phrase "Less is more"?

Yes that's why I support the same point, otherwise it would be more :P

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Perhaps if all posters chipped in thier STR funds (moved out of GBP I hope) we could buy the Isle of White and declare independance.?

Although all those wrinklies might put a huge burden on our newly formed ... IWNHS

:lol:

Well lets go for the Isle of Man then, probably more ideally suited to climate change too, we could just throw the wrinklies into the Irish Sea and Sellafield would sort them out.

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