Comment on Reasons to Vote British National Party by David.

I read out some things from the anti Common Purpose website (list of apparent Common Purpose goals, see below) to my youngest son and he said the following:

“They sound like a bunch of nutters” the creators of the anti Common Purpose website, not Common Purpose.

He went on to say “They sound like a crazy Uncle who you tease at Christmas”.

I have to agree with him, the idea a charitable group wants this (see list below) for Britain is plan and simple DUMB!

Common Purpose objectives for individuals and families

* Rapidly falling incomes
* House repossessions
* Increasing debt
* Unemployment or low-skill employment
* Poverty
* Overcrowding
* Control from cradle to grave
* Victims of crime
* Cultural disintegration
* Constant surveillance

Common Purpose objectives for Britain

* Perennial trade deficit
* High unemployment
* Massive debt
* Mortgaged to foreigners
* Inequality
* High population density
* High immigration to destroy the culture
* Social fragmentation
* Economic enslavement
* Organised plunder
* Band-aid NHS
* Politically correct multi-culturalism
* Destruction of the middle class

Objectives for Common Purpose members, bureaucrats and politicians

* Rising incomes
* Full employment
* Tax-funded income
* Comfortable pensions
* Private medical insurance
* Human rights
* Lavish spending

I’m embarrassed for anyone who seriously believes this sort of conspiracy theory rubbish.

David

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