No Go Areas..Whites Not Welcome..

Having been born in the UK & residing here all my life,it saddens me that there are 'No Go Areas' here. There are so many 'No Go' areas in the UK,its frightenening!

Im not overtly political,but this is scary. Why should we feel like outcasts in our own country & why have 'religions,races been allowed to form their own communities,usually from buying properties in an area,outcasting the native people.

I was involed in an incident only a few weeks ago where asian men blocked my car in,there was myself,my elderly mother,my son & my grandchild,and for no reason whatsoever they felt like they had to show their territory! 

I do believe that they should live in their own communities,and so should we,but we should not feel threatened just because we drive into an Asian community! I think policing in these areas should be stronger. They have their communities & we are not even allowed in these old mining villages that they have bought up,and now there are no houses they buy the ones on the council estates. So what about our community & way of life??? Obviously we cant win because we dont have families buying up property around here,we are subject to interst etc. What gives here? We live in old mining communities bought up by the asians,fine,but we are looked as scum when we enter their community!

And the Govt should rethink its policy on 'Multicultural'!

Why is this idea important?

Having been born in the UK & residing here all my life,it saddens me that there are 'No Go Areas' here. There are so many 'No Go' areas in the UK,its frightenening!

Im not overtly political,but this is scary. Why should we feel like outcasts in our own country & why have 'religions,races been allowed to form their own communities,usually from buying properties in an area,outcasting the native people.

I was involed in an incident only a few weeks ago where asian men blocked my car in,there was myself,my elderly mother,my son & my grandchild,and for no reason whatsoever they felt like they had to show their territory! 

I do believe that they should live in their own communities,and so should we,but we should not feel threatened just because we drive into an Asian community! I think policing in these areas should be stronger. They have their communities & we are not even allowed in these old mining villages that they have bought up,and now there are no houses they buy the ones on the council estates. So what about our community & way of life??? Obviously we cant win because we dont have families buying up property around here,we are subject to interst etc. What gives here? We live in old mining communities bought up by the asians,fine,but we are looked as scum when we enter their community!

And the Govt should rethink its policy on 'Multicultural'!

We live in a divided UK …. which you perpetuate

We live in a divided UK …. which you perpetuate by allowing different laws and benefits depending where you happen to live …

 

I started off this letter wanting to air my view on rights of access for canoeists  (see below) but in reality government is  dividing this country and its people either give Scotland and Wales independence and introduce border controls together with work permits and should they become expelled from the uk they would need to apply to join the EU……or extend the privileges afforded there now a unify this country.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

Over 98% of rivers in England and Wales have no public access. England and Wales are two of the hardest places to gain access along rivers.  This is different from most of the world where access along inland waterways is open to all users without restriction. We all have “Freedom to Roam” but not “Permission to Paddle.”

 

The ability to paddle down a river is essential for canoeists.  We use water for recreation and competition, leaving only ripples and taking only photographs.  No harm is done to wildlife or the water environment.  We would like to be able to access to inland water in the same way as we access footpaths and other public rights of way.

 

Canoeing is an established, active water sport and it:

  • promotes a healthy life style, 
  • enables individuals to acquire life-long skills, contributing to their personal and social development.
  • is enjoyed by all ages, gender, race and ability
  • is not socially exclusive
  • is an affordable means of getting “on the water” for everyone
  • is an increasingly popular recreation especially for the young and retired. 

 

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Why is this idea important?

We live in a divided UK …. which you perpetuate by allowing different laws and benefits depending where you happen to live …

 

I started off this letter wanting to air my view on rights of access for canoeists  (see below) but in reality government is  dividing this country and its people either give Scotland and Wales independence and introduce border controls together with work permits and should they become expelled from the uk they would need to apply to join the EU……or extend the privileges afforded there now a unify this country.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 

Over 98% of rivers in England and Wales have no public access. England and Wales are two of the hardest places to gain access along rivers.  This is different from most of the world where access along inland waterways is open to all users without restriction. We all have “Freedom to Roam” but not “Permission to Paddle.”

 

The ability to paddle down a river is essential for canoeists.  We use water for recreation and competition, leaving only ripples and taking only photographs.  No harm is done to wildlife or the water environment.  We would like to be able to access to inland water in the same way as we access footpaths and other public rights of way.

 

Canoeing is an established, active water sport and it:

  • promotes a healthy life style, 
  • enables individuals to acquire life-long skills, contributing to their personal and social development.
  • is enjoyed by all ages, gender, race and ability
  • is not socially exclusive
  • is an affordable means of getting “on the water” for everyone
  • is an increasingly popular recreation especially for the young and retired. 

 

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Remove Laws Restricting Free Speech on Race as a Political Issue

To remove laws restricting expression of so-called "racist" or "racialist" ideas. Laws of the sort complained of restrict free speech in what is still an essentially European society.

Why is this idea important?

To remove laws restricting expression of so-called "racist" or "racialist" ideas. Laws of the sort complained of restrict free speech in what is still an essentially European society.

Mrs Angela Essex

I would like to see the Race Relations Act repealed.  If you say you a British you are called a racist – why?  My passport says I am a British Citizen.  Yet we have moslems who have come into this country and protested violenty to insist that the laws of this country are offensive to them because of their religion.  this should not be – the law should apply to everyone – not just to some.

Why is this idea important?

I would like to see the Race Relations Act repealed.  If you say you a British you are called a racist – why?  My passport says I am a British Citizen.  Yet we have moslems who have come into this country and protested violenty to insist that the laws of this country are offensive to them because of their religion.  this should not be – the law should apply to everyone – not just to some.

Repeal the Race Relations Act

The Race Relations Act has done little apart from create what Peter Simple christened the "Race Relations Industry". It has been around now for many years, and from day one was controversial. If I remember rightly the first case was brought by an Englishman against the Welsh, and then there was the notorious "Scottish Housekeeper" case.

Since it was introduced there is not one of us who has not attended school or shared an office or workplace with an immigrant, black or white, or with a British-born citizen of immigrant descent.

It has simply outlived its' time, and repealing it would liberate us from the enormous direct and indirect costs of the "Race Relations Industry".

Why is this idea important?

The Race Relations Act has done little apart from create what Peter Simple christened the "Race Relations Industry". It has been around now for many years, and from day one was controversial. If I remember rightly the first case was brought by an Englishman against the Welsh, and then there was the notorious "Scottish Housekeeper" case.

Since it was introduced there is not one of us who has not attended school or shared an office or workplace with an immigrant, black or white, or with a British-born citizen of immigrant descent.

It has simply outlived its' time, and repealing it would liberate us from the enormous direct and indirect costs of the "Race Relations Industry".

Repeal the Race Relations Acts

The Race Relations Acts were first enacted over forty years ago by Roy Jenkins as blatant social engineering. They have straight-jacketed open debate of racial issues, are contrary to the common sense of human nature and have distorted social attitudes. They are iniquitous and should be repealed so that priority can once again be given to English people in jobs, housing, schooling, health-care, welfare and so forth; then immigrants would have no incentive to either come here or remain here and a natural social balance would be restored.

Why is this idea important?

The Race Relations Acts were first enacted over forty years ago by Roy Jenkins as blatant social engineering. They have straight-jacketed open debate of racial issues, are contrary to the common sense of human nature and have distorted social attitudes. They are iniquitous and should be repealed so that priority can once again be given to English people in jobs, housing, schooling, health-care, welfare and so forth; then immigrants would have no incentive to either come here or remain here and a natural social balance would be restored.

Review the Guidelines On Race Reporting

The National Union of Journalists has published a document called The Guidelines On Race Reporting, to which its journalists / editor members must adhere. The content of the guidelines places limitations on the free speech of the news media when reporting on immigration and racial issues. Ironically the guidelines are written by a sub-committee called the Black Members Council. As the document itself explains "black can cover people of Arab, Asian, chinese and African origin". So white people in Britian are directly shut out of the decision making process on how race is reported in the media.

The Black Members Council at the NUJ should be disbanded and the Guidelines On Race Reporting rewritten to reflect the reality that racism cuts both ways.

Why is this idea important?

The National Union of Journalists has published a document called The Guidelines On Race Reporting, to which its journalists / editor members must adhere. The content of the guidelines places limitations on the free speech of the news media when reporting on immigration and racial issues. Ironically the guidelines are written by a sub-committee called the Black Members Council. As the document itself explains "black can cover people of Arab, Asian, chinese and African origin". So white people in Britian are directly shut out of the decision making process on how race is reported in the media.

The Black Members Council at the NUJ should be disbanded and the Guidelines On Race Reporting rewritten to reflect the reality that racism cuts both ways.

Repeal laws allowing positive discrimination – Race Relations Act

Clause 37 of the Race Relations Act allows companies to discriminate in their training and job advertising practices – worded as follows;

(a)
affording only persons of a particular racial group access to facilities for training which would help to fit them for that work; or
(b)
encouraging only persons of a particular racial group to take advantage of opportunities for doing that work,

Across Britain people are sick and tired of this double standard. The above clauses should be repealed. Instances of actual discimination in training recruitment and job advertising should be proven first as with any other kind of crime, rather than law-abiding white or male groups being automatically discriminated against. The entire act could do with a review to identify similar impraciticalities.

Why is this idea important?

Clause 37 of the Race Relations Act allows companies to discriminate in their training and job advertising practices – worded as follows;

(a)
affording only persons of a particular racial group access to facilities for training which would help to fit them for that work; or
(b)
encouraging only persons of a particular racial group to take advantage of opportunities for doing that work,

Across Britain people are sick and tired of this double standard. The above clauses should be repealed. Instances of actual discimination in training recruitment and job advertising should be proven first as with any other kind of crime, rather than law-abiding white or male groups being automatically discriminated against. The entire act could do with a review to identify similar impraciticalities.