Basically we all get fed up of listening to the news and hearing about violence and the poor state of the British Economy. There are many things that could make Britain great again and a nicer place to live in. Here are some of my thoughts on the subject on the ways to make Britain great again.
- Firstly Britain needs to get tougher on crime and the criminals. The only way that this can be achieved is by introducing or re-establishing stronger sentencing. In particular the Death Penalty needs to be brought back for the most serious crimes. The argument about the inadequacies of this are now basically defunct as there has been major breakthroughs in forensic crime and DNA in particular which often goes beyond reasonable doubt as to the validation of a guilty verdict. The chance of mistakes being made would be absolutely minimal. It annoys me, as I am sure it would others, that we keep these people that commit such horrible offences alive and living off the taxpayer in relatively comfortable conditions until they die naturally or finish their sentences with possible release. This is surely not right. In society we destroy dangerous animals so the same should apply to the most dangerous crims. What really is the justification for keeping them alive? In many cases this stops victims or victim’s families getting closure. Also having the Death Penalty serves another function in society in general: it provides a boundary and an idea of the likely punishment for crossing that boundary. We all need boundaries and to understand the punishments for crossing these boundaries. A cozy life in prison to contemplate your offending or the end of your life through a Death Penalty I ask you to consider which one you feel is the stronger and the one most likely to act as a deterrent to potential offenders.
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What is wrong with the British People and why are they such gluttons for punishment. Year by year our incomes become diminished through: utility price rises, spurious taxes (Sugar Tax), Rail Fare hikes and; the costs of goods, food and basic services increasing. Yet still our pay remains frozen or rises at a significantly lower rate than inflation and yet we still put up with it and muddle through. Britain is reverting back to the Victorian times again where we see: charities helping out the poorest sectors of society with a reliance upon philanthropy rather than state policies to support the poorest (which are more often than not the actual cause of the problems), massive rises in homelessness; and the belligerent exploitation of the plight of the poorest by wealthy landlords or unscrupulous employers. Most of us have become victims to this predatory behaviour from the wealthier classes either through our working conditions/practices or simply as a result of the all encompassing feedback we all get from Tory policies and their ideologies. Many of us are caught in a poverty trap just scrapping by and unable to afford to save to buy a home of our own. This simply will not do despite the sham, shallow concern expressed by Prime Minister Theresa May during her ‘JAM’ period, where she tried to convince you that she was concerned but time has revealed this not to be the case. This is position for which she has no real concerns for the plight of the exploited at all. Instead whole generations are being doomed to exist in this lifestyle: being exploited by low wages, few opportunities, dead end jobs or zero hours contracts. The Tories have always insisted that work should pay and they have oft used this as their justification and rallying cry to persecute the poorest unfortunate enough to have to rely on the Benefits System with repeated systematic attacks on the Benefits System in the UK. Yet despite this for the majority in low paid employment work simply is not paying nor bringing about any sort of rewards at all that you would associate with the effort required. This is not good enough! There is really no hope in sight for change: or is there?
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