Monday, 15 February 2010

Libertarian Party Proposes Selling Heroin From Vending Machines- Official




The LPUK is one of the most extreme political parties I have ever come across. Here are some of its aims:

1). Abolish the NHS. Introduce measures to achieve this aim, such as reducing funding year by year.

2.) Free trade economic policy so that people in the Third world working for pitifully low sweatshop wages can put British workers out of a job.

3.) Legalise all drugs, hard and soft. Heroin to be available on the high street. Crack cocaine can come out of a vending machine.

4.) Completely open borders. Unlimited immigration. Massive social unrest and conflict.

5.) LPUK expects individuals to make their own provision for a future pension. Eventual scrapping of state pension. Let the elderly poor starve.

Every single one of these aims is reason enough not to vote for such a bunch.

This from 'Caroline' a far left BNP supporter from Leeds on the British Democracy Forum

A Libertarian Party spokesman said " We are still to formulate our policies on Baby Eating, but hope to release a draft policy in the next few weeks"

22 comments:

60s kid said...

Bit like the old Beechnut chewing gum?

AndrewWS said...

From the same poster:

"The British National Party is positively respectable in comparison to the cranky, mean spirited lunatics of the LPUK.

Thankfully the LPUK has absolutely NO public support, nor is it ever likely to. "

LOL, as young people say.

Anonymous said...

"The British National Party is positively respectable in comparison to the cranky, mean spirited lunatics of the LPUK. "

Especially as they have now dropped the 'Herrenvolk clause 4' from their constitution.

All Socialists Under The Skin said...

I'm suprised that your lawyers didn't point out to the courts and the ECHR that, under both the Race Relations Act and the Human Rights Act, the BNP have an automatic right to operate as a special interest group, representing one particular strand of the community i.e. in your case the dischenfranchised White British community - and thereby legally entitled to set membership restrictions. After all, there are plenty of non-White British groups who operate under these particular Acts and with such restrictions on their membership too. As a lifelong Socialist I must confess that, what the BNP have experienced over the last few months in relation to this whole matter, has left a sour taste in my mouth with regards to both the principles and practises of the democractic process. To such an extent that I have now left the Socialist Workers Party and other left-wing groups I once so vehemently supported. Politically I now have much too think about.

Poster 'Johnny Heartbreaker' on the BNP Website

Bring on the Clowns said...

You keep missing the point guys.
The point is not to elect a BNP government,but to establish a presence in Westminster to focus the debate on unchecked immigration and anti EU membership.
Sure,they're a tool. But a tool is needed to crack the shell of the cross party nut. Once opened up,who knows,even the Libertarians might gain entry. Every vote for them is a smack on the nose for the established Mafia elite.

Old Holborn said...

Will I get beaten up if I try and cover the next South West Libertarians meeting?

Leeds Libertarian said...

"Every vote for them is a smack on the nose for the established Mafia elite."

I would rather stick pins in my eyes and chew glass than vote for you knuckle dragging.

All we need now is an 'endorsement' from the UAF

In the LPUK, two's a crowd said...

Well, if we're waiting for Libertarians to change the world....

Bristle Freedom said...

'Will I get beaten up if I try and cover the next South West Libertarians meeting?'

Dressed like that you are likely to be put in a wicker man an' lit up after a roight good telling off m'luvver

Anonymous said...

"Old Holborn, 15 February 2010 09:40

Will I get beaten up if I try and cover the next South West Libertarians meeting?"

I doubt it. You'll probably be the only person there.

I heard that the meeting was being held in a local phone box.

Anonymous said...

I heard that the meeting was being held in a local phone box.


Cracking comeback- no good for the BNP if there is no room to swing a punch then

Anonymous said...

Nobody from the bnp would say those things, even I know that - must try harder.

The Beast said...

Whats wrong with any of that?
No benefits and lots of legal drugs = no niggers
Fucking utopia

Wintergreen said...

So is it just the "heroin from vending machines" which is incorrect?

Anonymous said...

That just about sums up the extremists in the Libertarian movement.

Sounds like a good honest and to the point post, I don't see what the issue is?

Libertarians are the extreme flipside to the communists, both are unworkable and unwanted, both cause division in society.

Neither have much popular support.

Libertarian is the new Thatcherite while putting a fake Liberty spin on it.

Corporate capital enslavement (libertarians) or socialist enslavement(communists) - not much difference really.

Both ideologys are in fact contradictary in practice.

Katabasis said...

"Corporate capital enslavement (libertarians) or socialist enslavement(communists) - not much difference really."

Such a common and disingenuous notion.

What makes you think Libertarians want to get rid of the state only to replace it with another pseudo-state like entity?

adam said...

LPUK need to be realistic.

Their manifesto needs to be for the next five years of government, not the utopian end goals of the project.

If it was run properly the first thing they would do is guarantee to protect the NHS

I want Libertarianism to make progress. If thats in the form of LPUK then fine, but it doesn't have to take the form of a new party.

thelunaticarms said...

"What makes you think Libertarians want to get rid of the state only to replace it with another pseudo-state like entity?"

If you don't, another Country would. By force.

Last time we never had a nation state, we lost to the Romans. Norman Conquest differs, having beaten the Barbarians only to be defeated by the Normans.

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Rogerborg said...

Given that the other policies seem to match the Libertarian ideal, what is your policy on baby eating? Surely you agree it's the right of parents to do so without State interference?

Anonymous said...

Gotta love LPUK's drug policy, unless you work for the daily mail.

Andy said...

As a BNP voter/supporter it certainly sounds like Darwinism gone mad. The irony in all this is the likes of the BNP and the Libertarians do have a common enemy and that is Fascism and needless control of ones lives.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fasces

Makes a change to the BNP being lied about. Love its humour.

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