Islamisation of europe

abolish sharia , prevent English values and traditions being affected by foreign religious ideologies and stop being so soft on criminals and other wrong doers because of their religious views

Why is this idea important?

abolish sharia , prevent English values and traditions being affected by foreign religious ideologies and stop being so soft on criminals and other wrong doers because of their religious views

Human Rights for All Citizens

Current legislation gives individuals rights which override the rights of other citizens.   The rules should be amended so that no one individual can claim a right where this would clearly affect the rights of others.    Jail inmates should loose such rights when imprisoned and illegal immigrants should have no rights until they have been accepted into our country.   This would reduce litigation that currently forces our country to accept none desirable people to the detriment of our own wishes.

We should also have the right to exclude people from within the EEC who are known criminals

Why is this idea important?

Current legislation gives individuals rights which override the rights of other citizens.   The rules should be amended so that no one individual can claim a right where this would clearly affect the rights of others.    Jail inmates should loose such rights when imprisoned and illegal immigrants should have no rights until they have been accepted into our country.   This would reduce litigation that currently forces our country to accept none desirable people to the detriment of our own wishes.

We should also have the right to exclude people from within the EEC who are known criminals

stop all human rights for prisoner’s

here i am again sat watching the news fuming' that another prisoner i.e. peter sutcliffe (yorkshire ripper) using the human rights laws to try and get out of prison early . for gods sake when are we going to stop this ridiculous situation happening again & again e.g prisoners getting compo for pillows to soft / hard,  being given wrong the wrong prescriptions, falling, not being able to pray , etc etc. the whole worlds laughing at us time to stop their human rights the first time they break the law, & who are the faceless people who sanction these requests.

Why is this idea important?

here i am again sat watching the news fuming' that another prisoner i.e. peter sutcliffe (yorkshire ripper) using the human rights laws to try and get out of prison early . for gods sake when are we going to stop this ridiculous situation happening again & again e.g prisoners getting compo for pillows to soft / hard,  being given wrong the wrong prescriptions, falling, not being able to pray , etc etc. the whole worlds laughing at us time to stop their human rights the first time they break the law, & who are the faceless people who sanction these requests.

Smoking Ban – Let’s have a referendum!

Moderators – this thread is NOT the same is the other smoking threads, so please don't delete it!

It doesn't matter if you are for or against the smoking ban, what matters is that the public are asked what THEY think and want, through a fair referendum.

Let the public decide what should be done about the smoking ban and allow the government to follow the wishes of its electorate. No other decision is lawful or in any way appropriate if this country is, as it proclaims, a democracy.

The referendum could give 4 options to vote on:-

1. Keep and extend the current smoking ban, to include all public places.

2. Keep the existing smoking ban as it is, with no further changes.

3. Relax the smoking ban to allow private business' (pubs, clubs, cafe's and restaurants etc) to decide on their own smoking policy, or have inside separate ventilated smoking areas etc.

4. Reverse the smoking ban completely, i.e. to how it was in the 1970's.

 

 

 

Why is this idea important?

Moderators – this thread is NOT the same is the other smoking threads, so please don't delete it!

It doesn't matter if you are for or against the smoking ban, what matters is that the public are asked what THEY think and want, through a fair referendum.

Let the public decide what should be done about the smoking ban and allow the government to follow the wishes of its electorate. No other decision is lawful or in any way appropriate if this country is, as it proclaims, a democracy.

The referendum could give 4 options to vote on:-

1. Keep and extend the current smoking ban, to include all public places.

2. Keep the existing smoking ban as it is, with no further changes.

3. Relax the smoking ban to allow private business' (pubs, clubs, cafe's and restaurants etc) to decide on their own smoking policy, or have inside separate ventilated smoking areas etc.

4. Reverse the smoking ban completely, i.e. to how it was in the 1970's.

 

 

 

“The illegality of cannabis is outrageous… ” – Dr. Carl Sagan

My idea is simple: Legalise, tax and regulate Cannabis.

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Cannabis should be available to everyone aged 18+

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Commercially:-

Cannabis should be sold in a licensed premises along the lines of a tobacconists, supplied by a licensed commercial grower and all products quality controlled before being supplied to the store. All sales could be taxed – a much needed source of income in these bad economical times.

Cannabis must be used in a private place such as a home, or a public place similar to the Coffee Shops of Amsterdam. 

It would be an offence to consume Cannabis in an un-appointed public area.

It would be a criminal offence to sell Cannabis, or buy Cannabis for, anybody under the age of 18, much like the Alcohol laws.

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Personally:-

Growing for personal use would not need a licence. There would be a pre-determined maximum number of plants per person aged 18+ per household. Any Cannabis grown for personal use may be freely used with friends, family or anybody aged 18+.

It would be a criminal offence to sell off any Cannabis grown for personal use.

It would be a criminal offence to supply anybody under the age of 18 with any Cannabis.

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Medically:-

A doctor would be able to prescribe Cannabis to anybody they believe it would benefit, with no age limit.

Strains of Cannabis bred to be medically potent will be available in all Chemists on prescription. For patients who prefer not to smoke Cannabis, vapourisers and Cannabis Recipe books would be available at a low price at the Chemists to provide alternative methods of consumption.

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Industrial Cannabis:-

Cannabis has many industrial uses: It's oils can be used as biofuel, it's fibre – the strongest natural fibre known to man – is a renewable source of paper, it's seeds can be used for food. Make use of Cannabis's many varying properties!

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Why is this idea important?

My idea is simple: Legalise, tax and regulate Cannabis.

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Cannabis should be available to everyone aged 18+

————–

Commercially:-

Cannabis should be sold in a licensed premises along the lines of a tobacconists, supplied by a licensed commercial grower and all products quality controlled before being supplied to the store. All sales could be taxed – a much needed source of income in these bad economical times.

Cannabis must be used in a private place such as a home, or a public place similar to the Coffee Shops of Amsterdam. 

It would be an offence to consume Cannabis in an un-appointed public area.

It would be a criminal offence to sell Cannabis, or buy Cannabis for, anybody under the age of 18, much like the Alcohol laws.

————–

Personally:-

Growing for personal use would not need a licence. There would be a pre-determined maximum number of plants per person aged 18+ per household. Any Cannabis grown for personal use may be freely used with friends, family or anybody aged 18+.

It would be a criminal offence to sell off any Cannabis grown for personal use.

It would be a criminal offence to supply anybody under the age of 18 with any Cannabis.

————–

Medically:-

A doctor would be able to prescribe Cannabis to anybody they believe it would benefit, with no age limit.

Strains of Cannabis bred to be medically potent will be available in all Chemists on prescription. For patients who prefer not to smoke Cannabis, vapourisers and Cannabis Recipe books would be available at a low price at the Chemists to provide alternative methods of consumption.

————–

Industrial Cannabis:-

Cannabis has many industrial uses: It's oils can be used as biofuel, it's fibre – the strongest natural fibre known to man – is a renewable source of paper, it's seeds can be used for food. Make use of Cannabis's many varying properties!

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Civil Liberties & Human Rights in Overseas Territories

With regard to the United Kingdom's occupation in overseas territories, civil liberties and human rights violations must be reviewed and dealt with immediately. 

In the Turks and Caicos Islands, many citizens question the UK agenda there.  The UK took all governance of the islands last August 2009 without any consult or vote from even the UK MPs, merely the FCO.  It came to Turks & Caicos and took all democracy and civil liberties from the people, including the right to jury trials, elections, self determination and to this date has been unable to prove any of the accused corruption.

The UK invaded the autonomous local government and took over all finances, yet brought no money for this transition costing the people millions.  This is just one example of the mad lack of planning of the FCO.

Now, the people suffer under land confiscations and threats of retaliation by accusations of crimes if they speak out against the UK installed government. 

Please review the matter there and make certain that freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and other basic civil rights are assessed and upheld.  Growing racial tensions and marginalization of the local people are creating a hostile country.  The more the people speak out, the greater are UK's threats.  The special prosecutor Helen Garlick of the UK has been there for nearly a year and keeps promising that many people will be prosecuted but will not say whom will be targeted.  She continues to ask for the public's help to find corrupt people which is ordinarily appropriate, but with the taking of the local judiciary this creates a police state where a prosecutor can target anyone without democratic intervention. 

Rumors on behalf of the UK through a propaganda site, TCI Journal, continue to threaten anyone who is speaking out, that they will be on Ms. Garlick's list of offenders.  You can see the civil rights violations when you look at it from the eyes of the people, the UK is threatening prosecution of anyone who speaks out or assembles.  There are other rumors that Ms. Garlick is ready to serve 90 or so protective order enjoining anyone, including the press, of speaking out on this matter.

The governor Gordon Wetherell stands with (literally)  Ms. Garlick during her speeches of retribution putting himself in a conflict of interest.  He is to be representing the people.  Yet, he separates not any governmental powers and has thus created a dictatorship/police state.

This is a terrifying time for the people. 

Why is this idea important?

With regard to the United Kingdom's occupation in overseas territories, civil liberties and human rights violations must be reviewed and dealt with immediately. 

In the Turks and Caicos Islands, many citizens question the UK agenda there.  The UK took all governance of the islands last August 2009 without any consult or vote from even the UK MPs, merely the FCO.  It came to Turks & Caicos and took all democracy and civil liberties from the people, including the right to jury trials, elections, self determination and to this date has been unable to prove any of the accused corruption.

The UK invaded the autonomous local government and took over all finances, yet brought no money for this transition costing the people millions.  This is just one example of the mad lack of planning of the FCO.

Now, the people suffer under land confiscations and threats of retaliation by accusations of crimes if they speak out against the UK installed government. 

Please review the matter there and make certain that freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and other basic civil rights are assessed and upheld.  Growing racial tensions and marginalization of the local people are creating a hostile country.  The more the people speak out, the greater are UK's threats.  The special prosecutor Helen Garlick of the UK has been there for nearly a year and keeps promising that many people will be prosecuted but will not say whom will be targeted.  She continues to ask for the public's help to find corrupt people which is ordinarily appropriate, but with the taking of the local judiciary this creates a police state where a prosecutor can target anyone without democratic intervention. 

Rumors on behalf of the UK through a propaganda site, TCI Journal, continue to threaten anyone who is speaking out, that they will be on Ms. Garlick's list of offenders.  You can see the civil rights violations when you look at it from the eyes of the people, the UK is threatening prosecution of anyone who speaks out or assembles.  There are other rumors that Ms. Garlick is ready to serve 90 or so protective order enjoining anyone, including the press, of speaking out on this matter.

The governor Gordon Wetherell stands with (literally)  Ms. Garlick during her speeches of retribution putting himself in a conflict of interest.  He is to be representing the people.  Yet, he separates not any governmental powers and has thus created a dictatorship/police state.

This is a terrifying time for the people. 

Amend the Smoking Ban

The smoking ban is an infringement of the rights of a huge percentage of adults in the UK.

The smoking ban was brought in on the false premise that second hand smoke was a danger to those around it, who could possible inhale it. This has never been scientifically proven.

No law should be allowed to go into the statute books without absolute proof that the need for such a law can be substantiated both legally and scientifically.

When the Labour Government first proposed this law, it was in their manifesto that it should be a partial ban, only operational in places that served food. This proposal was suddenly changed to include "all" indoor public places. The reason given, was that staff needed protection from second hand smoke.

In the ex-Labour Government's dying throws, they started suggesting extending the smoking ban to outdoor areas as well as the enclosed areas that were already covered by the ban. If there was any truth at all in their doctrine that second-hand smoke kills or injures, and that is why they needed a smoking ban in the first instance, then why are there proposals still in force to try and extend the ban to outdoor areas?

Smokers should be entitled to separate venues, in which they can smoke, where the owner and staff agree to this. This would not impinge at all on those who do not wish to smoke or even smell smoke, as they too should be allowed their own smoke free places.

Why is this idea important?

The smoking ban is an infringement of the rights of a huge percentage of adults in the UK.

The smoking ban was brought in on the false premise that second hand smoke was a danger to those around it, who could possible inhale it. This has never been scientifically proven.

No law should be allowed to go into the statute books without absolute proof that the need for such a law can be substantiated both legally and scientifically.

When the Labour Government first proposed this law, it was in their manifesto that it should be a partial ban, only operational in places that served food. This proposal was suddenly changed to include "all" indoor public places. The reason given, was that staff needed protection from second hand smoke.

In the ex-Labour Government's dying throws, they started suggesting extending the smoking ban to outdoor areas as well as the enclosed areas that were already covered by the ban. If there was any truth at all in their doctrine that second-hand smoke kills or injures, and that is why they needed a smoking ban in the first instance, then why are there proposals still in force to try and extend the ban to outdoor areas?

Smokers should be entitled to separate venues, in which they can smoke, where the owner and staff agree to this. This would not impinge at all on those who do not wish to smoke or even smell smoke, as they too should be allowed their own smoke free places.