2 edition of Plan your greater Britain. found in the catalog.
Plan your greater Britain.
Royal Institute of British Architects.
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An Englishman who calls himself a Conservative or a Liberal is not thereby adopting a foreign creed merely because foreign political parties bear the same name. It seeks to achieve its aim legally Plan your greater Britain. book constitutionally, by methods of law and order; but in objective it is revolutionary or it is nothing. The sphere of government has widened and the complications of government have increased. Here, at least, is an institution, worn smooth with the frictions of long ago; which in difficult experience has been proven effective and has averted from this Empire many a calamity. We ask those who join us to march with us in a great and hazardous adventure. Their position had secured them education and their wealth had enabled them to travel — in these, and a mutltitude of other, ways they had the advantage of their contemporaries.
As time goes on, the world crisis may possibly diminish; but even in that event we are not organised to emerge in a position comparable with our former prosperity. That pilgrimage in search of this idea has exposed me, in particular, to many charges of inconsistency. In the absence of any constructive policy, the Government came to the conclusion that it was necessary to reduce unemployment benefit, but was too weak to do this without elaborate publicity. In such a situation, new ideas will not come peacefully; they will come violently, as they have come elsewhere. A man may be sent to prison for having a shilling bet on a horse race.
We're also interested in any tips or discoveries you made while in Europe. Here, at least, is an institution, worn smooth with the frictions of long ago; which in Plan your greater Britain. book experience has been proven effective and has averted from this Empire many a calamity. Not until the Old Gangs have muddled us to catastrophe can Communists really operate; so, in the first place, the enemy is the Old Gang, and the objective is the overthrow of their power. In Opposition, there is the same profusion of promise; in office the same apathy and inertia. Each of the great political faiths in its turn has been a universal movement: Conservatism, Liberalism and Socialism are common to nearly every country. Stability cannot exist without progress, for it implies the recognition of changes in the world which no political system can alter.
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In — a year which is now regarded as the peak of industrial prosperity — British trade was slack, large industrial areas were almost derelict, and only the stock markets enjoyed a semblance of boom conditions.
As it is, our task is Plan your greater Britain. book to invent Fascism, but to find for it in Britain its highest expression and development. Husband and 8yo stayed for the bunker, it was about Plan your greater Britain.
book hour long talk but fascinating but have a plan b for smaller ones. The aim of such a movement must be revolutionary in the fundamental changes which it seeks to secure. If, with all this, he kisses babies with a pretty grace, and promises reforms enough to impress the electors, he may well find himself in Parliament.
Their rule has led, with Plan your greater Britain. book inevitability, to the present chaos. Consequently, the representation and organisation for the first time of normal women, on whom the future of the race depends, are a practical political necessity.
Already in this country we have a condition in which free speech is a thing of the past. Then, when destruction had brought chaos on the heels of famine, there came a five-year plan of American conception, implemented by a nucleus of German and American technicians hired at immense expense.
The law arrests the occasional drunkard; but it does not touch the tippler, the weakling and the degenerate. Yet how can economic chaos be overcome without the power to act? The supreme danger is that Britain may sink, almost in her sleep, to the position of a Spain — alive, in a sense, but dead to all sensee of greatness and to her mission in the world.
Their position was derived from the social inequalities of the period; and there is no social factor which time has more radically changed. It was temporarily overwhelmed in the General Election of October by the last great bluff of the Old Gangs in the formation of a National Government.
This implies that every interest, whether Right or Left, industrial, financial, trade union or banking system, is subordinated to the welfare of the community as a whole, and to the over-riding authority of the organised State. If anything, I am disturbed by the fact that through fourteen years of political life, and more than one change of Party, I have pursued broadly the same ideals.
It is only natural that they should trust the well-known and venerable figures in politics until these are found unworthy of trust and unsuitable to a dynamic age. Many of the BUF's members were drawn from aristocratic and military families and included celebrated military scientist J.
It would have been equally futile to tell an Italian Fascist that he could achieve the renaissance of Italy through the Parliament of Giolitti, or a German Nazi that he should cease his struggle and should seek to persuade the opponents whose failure created the necessity for his organisation.
Nevertheless, every incident in every brutal struggle, in countries of completely different temperament and character, will be used against us.
That enthusiasm and effort may be sustained for a long period, as it was in the War, by the external pressure of a foreign threat to our existence.
The two essentials of government are stability and progress; and the tragedy of politics is that the two, essentially coincident, are organised as contradictions.
The enemy today is the Old Gang of present parliamentarianism. In no case shall we resort to violence against the forces of the Crown; but only against the forces of anarchy if, and when, the machinery of state has been allowed to drift into powerlessness.
We are pro-European but are not blind to the EU's failings and democratic deficit. Whether they will be thus achieved depends, chiefly, upon the rapidity with which new ideas are accepted in this country.
Wherever opportunity arose for furthering the interests of British trade, we should seize that chance, and to Plan your greater Britain.
book end would reorganise the diplomatic and consular service. In no other civilised country, except perhaps in the United States, has the individual so little freedom Plan your greater Britain.
book action. Bibliography[ edit ] Abercrombie, Patrick. The leaders of the old political parties creep in by back doors, under police protection, to well-ticketed meetings which would otherwise be broken up by the organised violence of Socialist and Communist extremists.
Liberty When we propose an effective system of Government we are, of course, charged with the negation of liberty by those who have erected liberty into the negation of action.“After becoming a member inBritain's attitude towards the European Community continued to be unenthusiastic.
Although trade with Europe greatly increased, most British continued to feel that they had not had any economic benefit from Europe. Oct 27, · Most of the BUFs policies were based around isolationism, an economic policy whereby Britain would trade only within the British empire as would the nations within the empire in a similar manner to the United States of America, the main attraction to this is that it would separate the British economy from the falls and fluxes of the world.
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