[NetBehaviour] Landless Peasant Party
dave.miller.uk at gmail.com
Mon Feb 15 14:50:39 CET 2010
hi james - that interesting - no I haven't been watching it - I just
assumed it was a repeat. Didn't realise it was a new series - but
great that it's dealing with politics/social issues - as of course
there would be in a survival situation.
I think this type of subject - survival- armageddon- meltdown is very
much in people's minds. There are many 'experts' (or conspiracy theory
nutters, depending how you look at it) predicting impending financial
collapse and mass social unrest, warning people to take to the hills
and stock up on guns and food, especially in the US. There's also a
lot of talk of a neo-feudal society emerging - financial oligarghs
reigning supreme like barons over the people, once they've stolen all
On 15 February 2010 12:40, james morris <james at jwm-art.net> wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> Thanks for this post, I find this kind of stuff very interesting in a
> Just wondered if you're watching "Survivors" on BBC TV? This series
> I'm finding to be more enjoyable than the first, and has it's fair
> share of politics/social issues, in particular the last episode where
> survivors were being kidnapped and made slaves to mine coal.
> On 15/2/2010, "dave miller" <dave.miller.uk at gmail.com> wrote:
>>"The Landless Peasant Party is a new political party representing the
>>views and aspirations of Landless Peasants in the UK.
>>The UK is not our nation , we do not own it, the land of the nation is
>>not held for our benefit nor on our behalf.
> >From the day we are born we are Peasants, with no right to the very
>>essence of our nation.
>>Yet we are extolled to work, pay tax, fight and if necessary die to defend it.
>>We are liable for the debts of our nation, we are the mass of people
>>from whom business extracts its profits.
>>We live in the 24 million homes on 7% of the land, unable to live by
>>our own means.
>>We have little choice but to take part in economic slavery."
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