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Tuesday, 3 May 2011

The Realistic Nationalist Economics Versus Capitalism And Socialism

Nationalist Economics: Realism Versus Capitalism And Socialism PDF Print E-mail
Written by BC1959   
If a mainstream lending institution had agreed to loan £100,000 to a farmer to purchase machinery, seed, or livestock, the result under Nationalism would be an immediate benefit to both the farmer, and his or her customers.
This would be specific for the local community, and cut out unnecessary long distance transportation of produce. Under Capitalism, the farmer may be lucky to break even, and struggle to offer local customers any of his produce, mainly because Capitalism in its raw, internationalist state, would make it almost impossible for the farmer NOT to sell bulk, or wholesale, to a major supermarket.
Under Socialism, the farmer would have no choice but to take the loan, and probably not buy seed, machinery or livestock, but feed previous loans required simply to survive, as Socialism is the most costly of all alien ideologies. His abilities would be hindered due to the interest rates that always go hand in hand with Socialist regimes... remember the 70's? Some might say we are actually in a Socialist/Marxist regime anyway.
If the same loan was agreed under Nationalism, let's say for a young couple hoping to gain access to the property ladder, the young couple would be able to stay local, and not face an unwanted move. Also, such loans would not mean a couple need to rent property in a downwardly mobile area, far away from family and localised work.
Under both Capitalism and Socialism, they are thrown to the dogs of internationalist opportunism. Both Capitalism and Socialism, have always ended up getting people into serious trouble in home buying or renting. With the leftists, they regard a world population as rightfully and equally able to expand family ties where ever, and when ever they want to, shrinking the opportunities for home grown youngsters and others, and thus competing for home, career, and resources, any such couple would find no solace or stability. Under a Capitalist ''liberal free market economy'' structure, they may well initially be alright, but if the market takes a ''high'' turn, then costs are always unimaginably out of reach, and loans to gain access to the (as now) high cost of down payments for example, prove that even this option is unsustainable, and destroys local economies and communities.
So, we are left with Nationalism.
(1) A British National Party government, would halt elitist second and third home ownership, and promote ''local homes for local people''.
(2) A Nationalist government would also employ a policy of ''local economy over global economy,'' therefore taking the risk out of the equation of staying local. Economic policy under Nationalism, would also require the re introduction of guilds and apprenticeships, and rebuild independent and self-contained industries.
(3) Imports would be curtailed, and self-employment would be promoted, aiding the SME sector (Small to Medium Business) who, in turn would gain from local knowledge and ''preferred supplier'' organised labour and its relative skills base.
Anyone reading this, must also take into account of China. A recent report has given one particular reason for China's take-over from America as an industrial superpower, through its use of strict import duties and producing products that others and their own markets either want, or need. Indeed, through import tariffs, China ensured its growth was not impaired by our own standards. It did what we once did, and accepted certain businesses, but not mass product importation. Britain was once, and could be again, a force to be reckoned with, but it can never happen without the right mentality. And that mentality would probably mean, the world hidden powers operating very damaging sanctions and trade restrictions. We must remember that possibility if we are to take our nation and its institutions back from the brink of permanent compound debt.
Simplicity is always the best policy. Nationhood is hated by the world leaders. Internationalist policies are forging ahead, so we must realise that it is RIGHT NOW that we need the skills, trade, and communications between our own, not when it is too late. Income on an individual basis could be sustained through cutting out altogether, the bureaucratic and troublesome ''contract of employment'' option. Everyone except those in the forces, and the emergency services, would be reclassified as ''Self-Employed.'' Thus, no benefits would be abused, and no foreigners would want to come here, because it would not benefit them to do so. Other options would be linked to how long a person's family has been here. Secondly, only fellow Europeans would be given opportunities to fill any reasonable skills shortages, and firstly, these would be relatives who may want to return to their home country or country of ancestral heritage.
A system of ''engineering what we need first'' is another option. Sales, therefore taxes, would reflect each other. If exports or new ideas are impressively sustainable, then a Nationalist government would ensure a home grown workforce, and local would regions benefit. This would increase pride in achievements, and taxes would be lowered to accompany the ''new economic'' era.
There is no need for high taxes, if a nation consists only of its mainly indigenous, hard working folk. Taxes are currently high, as is borrowing through sheer ''socio-political engineering''. We do not need, nor want, high costing labour or workers, who need housing, benefits, and other national resources that could be used by our own. We would then have the ability to pay debts off, then ''write down'' costs to suit. A 16 year old, working for a period of three years as an apprentice or Guild aided funding, for a new engineering company for example, is far less costlier than a 16 year old, who came here for no other reason but to be used as a shoe-in for other family members later.
National debt would also be a thing of the past, even with the threat of ''international sanctions'' railed against us just like Austria a few years ago, we could, and should, operate a system whereby the banks would be nationalised. This would then give us the opportunity to produce our own money, and offer a thing I call a ''life of the loan interest'' contract. The interest would be about 5% on borrowings, both commercial and personal, over the whole loan's lifetime. A business, individual, or couple, requesting a loan for whatever reason, would then enjoy a providential and mutually beneficial lump sum, and not fall into serious debt.
Let's use that £100,000 as an example. Ten years at 5%, would only require a total payback of £105,000. The banks, not being driven by greed or even profits, would of course be able to pay its staff, and any costs, based upon a non-bureaucratic, simplified system. The debtor would also enjoy freedom unknown up to this point in time. This not only improves economic independence, but ensures local communities stay sustainable and together.
Our banking system would NEVER play the stock markets, or invest peoples money anywhere. A separate ''inventions bank'' would be set up, providing funds based upon a 1% charge from ''bank charges'', and this would be added to by patriotic businesses, wealthy ones with the interests of the nation at heart, whereby they themselves would invest in entrepreneurs and inventions, thus side stepping future problems, such as the ones we face now.
We have our hands tied behind our backs, and global investors dictate policy based upon their greedy requirement for cheaper labour, products, and ever increasing inroads into our nation's green belt and industrial power base. People would be offered bonds, and would then play a role in ensuring the new, state owned Nationalist banks are people led, not profits led. Work, and home life are linked, so any surplus produce, manufactured items, and finance, would immediately be streamed into the local economy. Over and above that, we could provide other nations with both surplus, and knowledge of how to become independent themselves. As Nationalists, we need not be selfish, and all nations would be once again enthralled by British ideas, manufactured products, and a sound, political, cultural, and socio-economic ideology.
To make all this work, even after hateful sanctions and threats, we would need to rid ourselves of the sham democracy we now endure. A series of 'referendums'' would overhaul the current system. Thus, not only would our economic policy be one that is based upon need, not greed, but the actual wishes of the masses, would ensure we all got as near as is possible, to getting what we want from our then government. Community gardens could replace the now, and often abused system of allotments. These gardens would give unskilled families an opportunity to sell their organic, or at least fresh, ''home grown'' surplus to locals. No tax would be taken, and traditional green grocers and other small professional traders, would mutually and beneficially benefit from a source close to them. Food imports would also be heavily curtailed, and seasonal fresh produce would replace the ridiculous system now in place, whereby food is taken around the world, some it from here, and imported right back into it's country of origin in some cases.
Although this is meant to simply be a snapshot, already we see a picture that takes into account the evils of globalist opportunism, and outright hatred through sanctions. Whilst at the same time, there is light at the end of the tunnel. Closely knit communities, mutual co-operation, and bringing back a sense of belonging, will ultimately give the next generation the inheritance we had stolen from us. Money should stay local, and incomes should be taxed only in proportion to what is necessary regarding local services. Without mass immigration, and without bureaucratic top down institutions and government, we can ease the lives of millions of our people. Economics and global finance has made everyone and all regions on earth unstable.
Pressure brings with it health risks, health risks bring economic pressure in the form of national debt and increase costs in health care. Without all of this, a nation like Britain could within a few short years, be completely free of the shackles of debt, serious crime, and foreign wars to bleed us dry.
Nationalist economics is free from red tape, and will bring in money through a renewed sense of ''Made In Britain'', which not that long ago, brought wealth and jobs to all areas. Fishing will be protected, and once again, this industry will be protected EU law, and foreign trawlers. Obviously, Britain under the British National Party, would not endure the federal union now imposed upon us, and we would immediately withdraw from the EU.
All produce caught here, will be used here firstly, then surplus fish stocks will be sold to others. Income from exports will be added to the ''Inventions Bank'', and will swell the jobs market via foreign nations once again, actually wanting British goods as they once did. There is nothing complex about economics, nor any other policy, it has been made purposely complex, because hard to understand issues and laws, lead to high taxes, fines, and a system whereby only the rich and foreign benefit.
A single source of outgoings, and income is all that is required, and nothing more complex than looking after our own first is necessary. Simple, but look at the difference. Nationalist economics means wealth for the nation, and health to mind and body, all else is a smokescreen.