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    are these people insane

    How many more people do they think this country can support before it turns into a third world slum?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diver View Post
    How many more people do they think this country can support before it turns into a third world slum?
    We've already greatly exceeded that number IMO. What concerns me is that we're living in an energy abundance bubble and that our huge population density number won't be sustainable in the near future. We're already reliant on resources from countries less densely populated to provide us with food and energy, and if there were a global crisis the lights would go out, etc. Even now we need to make sure that we can produce things that the rest of the world wants to buy so that we can buy food and energy off them in return. This seems like a dangerous way to live.

    The indigenous population appeared to acknowledge the problem by reducing breeding to more sustainable levels, but population growth has again been kick-started by politics. Doomed.

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    What he said. We need policies to support the concept of population reduction:-

    Ensuring adequate pension contributions

    Increasing working life, not just by raising pensionable age but calling a halt to the daft idea that everyone should have higher education, regardless of ability or even the usefullness of the subject.

    More flexibility in working and employment. Elderly, women with young kids, those with disabilities etc should have employment where possible but we need to ensure efficiency by getting them into jobs that suit their capabilities. More homeworking, contracting, temp employees would all help. The rigid employment rights enforced by this government are a disaster.

    Less welfare and much lower taxes on the lower paid to encourage people to work.
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    No border group don't seem to have thought this through or may be they have , dicks??;

    It's a mere handful of people who are actually asylum seekers, 99% are economic migrants. Fair enough perhaps, but actually it's not because we don't need them here (there's at least 10 million too many people here) and there isn't a skill shortage despite what lobbyists say.

    Example a few yrs ago was when Dawn Primarello of the govt relaxed (or bent over) worker restrictions for off-shore technology people. There was no need to do that and even if there was the odd shortfall of particular IT skills then, they could have given training grants out for UK people.

    It's a lot of vested interest plus most politicians are scum and only interested in one thing TOTAL power and their pensions of course.

    a little bit harsh, but Labour govt have really made a mess in most areas. The only thing I think where they've helped is introducing the minumum wage, if you know any other areas where they've made a difference plse let me know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by xoggoth View Post
    What he said. We need policies to support the concept of population reduction:-
    Gladiator games every day instead of Coronation Street and Eastenders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stillooking View Post
    but Labour govt have really made a mess in most areas. The only thing I think where they've helped is introducing the minumum wage, if you know any other areas where they've made a difference plse let me know.
    WYS except would you really want to be going into a recession with a minimum wage structure in place?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Troll View Post
    WYS except would you really want to be going into a recession with a minimum wage structure in place?
    What wage structure would you prefer in recession?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    What wage structure would you prefer in recession?
    dog eat dog, red in tooth and claw and the devil take the hindermost. Thats my wages policy.

    fck em, fck em all.




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    Quote Originally Posted by AtW View Post
    What wage structure would you prefer in recession?
    In the current climate any wage is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    In the current climate any wage is good.
    thats what I said. are you p1ssed ?



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