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Wednesday 18 June 2008 at 14:30
Why I am looking to challenge David Davis in Howden & Haltemprise.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /> In standing as an independent conservative, I believe I have more to offer East Yorkshire then a petulant far right conservative, a newspapers man, or any other member of one or other of the extremist political parties. I am independent because that is the only way I can act, I am a conservative because I believe only controlled capitalism will secure future world prosperity. I was born in East Yorkshire, and from twenty three years of age built up a farming business from ten acres until I was farming seven hundred acres of my own land, with a livestock enterprise of three thousand breeding pigs.The reason why I am not now farming, as I would want to be, is because in a severe downturn in one of the very many unprofitable periods so regularly endured by the pig industry, Unilever, my animal feed supplier in pig production, prevailed on the Midland bank to prevent me taking action to sustain my business, by reducing my herd, and my selling of an airfield pig unit near York, which had a high value for industrial development. Unilever demanded the appointing of a receiver on my business when I had in no way failed to comply with my lending terms. The Midland bank complied, and in so doing, destroyed both my business and my business credibility.
From that moment on, I have sought justice both for myself and for many others, I formed the Farmers Bank Action Group, to assist other farmers in difficult financial circumstances. I firmly believe that I clearly affected the way the banks have acted, and now act, towards farmers nationally. Receiverships have been virtually eliminated in respect of agricultural holdings.
Politics like business is both fascinating and vital, both consist of dealing with the present and preparing for the future, Unfortunately the pressures of the day too often affect the vital preparations for the future. Free choice of leadership is the basis of all democracy, an individual Member of Parliament owes his duty to his party and his constituents. I am well placed to assist constituents with their problems of government and financial matters. The banks and the government work closely together. I however owe no allegiance to any party or any bank I fully understand the problems of agriculture and the difficulties the third world has in feeding itself. The likes of fuel food and mineral resources, will become an ever growing world problem. Only democracy can prevent countries becoming over run by dictatorships such as Zimbabwe. Only true democracies should have any voting rights within the United Nations. I also have an overriding interest in the early teaching of our own young children and those in the greater world.For over thirteen years I have studied our personal abilities as to thinking and reasoning, Chinese children guided me to the realisation that the abacus was the best natural maths teacher. I am at the present time working in conjunction with Emeritus Professor of theoretical physics, Winston Hagston. We are developing a world standard mathematics teaching program that can be adopted for teaching by parents or older children, so ensuring the possibilities of equality in education. Once any child is perfect in mathematics, and can read its own language well, with the use of a computer and internet, and provided with an older mentor or teacher, it can educate itself to any level its natural ability and determination strive for.My thinking is for the future, our children and Grand children.The problems we all face are democracy, world food supplies, energy sources, and education.
THE POSSABILITY OF EQUALITY FOR EVERY CHILD NOW TODAY WITHIN EDUCATION
we (man) will not survive without the concept of equality
it begins with education
I want to explain to the world that we can begin to create equality this morning.
contact tel 01964 551949
Wednesday 18 June 2008 at 15:06
Isabel DaviesMemberTopics: 696
John – Have you put an official challenge in? Or are you just thinking about it?
Wednesday 18 June 2008 at 18:01
NO I MEAN TO WIN
GET MY BLURB IN THE FARMERS WEEKLY
FARMING FOR EVER
Wednesday 18 June 2008 at 20:14
Well done John, you may be surprised how many Conservative voters secretly didn’t like the idea of David Cameron and David Davis trying to restrict the amount of time available to the police for questioning suspected terrorists. and this could work in your favour if you care to exploit it.
I think you will really enjoy the arguments and the confrontations you will encounter whilst knocking on doors seeking the support of the Electorate. In my time as a Tory agent I was staggered at the passion which political debate causes,especially when canvassing
around the houses, sometime to your advantage but in a staunch Labour stronghold, like the one I inhabit, it could be quite dangerous, so watch your back at all times.
Thursday 19 June 2008 at 06:45
i think Davis was just jealous of David Cameron
Cameron can Desemble as well as Blair could HE LOOKS LIKE OUR NEXT PRIME MINISTER TO ME
i have had to temper my anarchistic veiws for this one.
MY MESSAGE IS SIMPLE IF WE DO NOT HELP THE POOR TO FEED THEMSELVES THEY WILL SOON BE HERE EATING OURS
There is a very simple solution give every child an abacus to play with till he is ten and then show him where to dig
Thursday 19 June 2008 at 08:53
Isabel i booked in this morning for my electoral forms.
not ready yet.
would you correct my phone no please.
it is 01964551945
I should like to think i could speak up for the farming community.
Thursday 19 June 2008 at 13:09
Good Luck John.
Thursday 19 June 2008 at 16:29
Good luck with your campaign, John; I look forward to a debate between the candidates on some of the subjects I know are dear to your heart. Out of interest, how do you stand on the specific issues that David Davis is highlighting, namely those relating to what he claims are threats to our freedom, such as the loss of habeus corpus, ID cards, misuse of RIP powers, etc.?
Thursday 19 June 2008 at 20:50
thanks for the good wishes.
MY MATES SAY CALL IT THE ABACUS PARTY YOU CAN COUNT ON US
you only need ten fingers for an abacus, so i will count on all of you.
————————————————— JOHN FOR JUSTICE
OK WHAT IS —— JUSTICE 4 JOHN
THE BLEEDING BANK TO BUY AN ABACUS OFF MY FAMILY AS LONG AS ANY ONE LIVES ON EARTH
WHAT IS JUSTICE FOR YOU, for farmers usualy a fair price for what you produce
what is justice for zimbabe child with nothing to eat.
what is justice for a child in the gaza strip with its legs blown off.
what was justice for the three thousand people slaughtered by fanatics in the world trade centre
WHAT WILL EVERY BE JUSTICE FOR THE GUYS THAT WHERE CONNED INTO TAKING THEIR OWN LIVES TO DO THAT FOUL ACT
IT IS VERY LITTLE HARDSHIP TO KEPT IN PRISON FOR A FEW EXTRA DAYS IN A UK PRISON I SUSPECT
VERY LITTLE IS WORSE THEN CIVIL WAR MAN AGAINST MAN
IS NOT OUR GREATEST BATTLE AGAINST THE INJUSTICE OF POLITICIONS THAT START WITH GOOD INTENTIONS
AND LOSE THEMSELVES UP THEIR OWN REAR END LIKE DAVID DAVIS
HE WANTS TO LEAD THE CONSERVATIVE PARTY
it has a leader smart enough to let the labour party do the donky work on this,
let our david Cameron bring in the middle of the road floating voter
we all apear to be browned of with labour.
JUSTICE FOR OUR CHILDREN STARTS WITH EDUCATION
I HAVE SPENT THIRTEEN YEARS CONSIDERING IT
ONE method of counting numbers i think we can find the best possible way of doing that, i am on the job
I WANT JUSTICE FOR EVERYONE
so it is —————————————————————————- john 4 justice & the abacus party
Thursday 19 June 2008 at 21:08
any parent must read “making minds” by an american 72 years of age the head teaching at a newcastle coprhensive
Friday 20 June 2008 at 11:14
Who are we force democracy on the world. What right do we have? Just becuase it works in the west does, not mean it will work in in east. I am sick and tired of hearing politians talk about democracy…They don’t practice what they preach. We are becoming more and more a nanny state. We have a government that says it supports familiy values, yet has legislated against said values (I am not going to go into depth on this one).
We focus on Zimbawe, but why? There is alot of suffering in Zim….but then there is a lot of suffering in Africa full stop (as there is in the US – for those of you who have watched Top Gear, you will now what State I am talking about). Democracy is not the answer,,,,,,what is? survival of the fittest unfortunately……Abit barbaric I know, but then it is ok supposidely for us to go into Iraq and Afganistan bearing arms and shooting up people…If I remember rightly – the west critized the Soviets for invading Afghanistan in 1978,,,,,hm whats changed then…maybe the reason?
Back onto farming – I firmly believe we are in a renaissonce period, not just here in the UK, but globally. Without a major war in the last 70 years (the last one rid the planet of 72 million odd souls….what a lovely race we are) the demand for food continues to grow…like a snowball.
How can anyone argue that prices will re-visit the levels 2000 – 06? We will see, but when smeone tells me it is a good time to hedge – that tells me itis a good time to not!
All the best and have a ncie weekend!
Saturday 21 June 2008 at 09:47
To the voters of Howden and Haltemprice
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JOHN FOR JUSITCE
I am asking you to vote for justice. Not for me, I can fight for myself. I can also fight for justice for you as individuals, as I have fought for nearly twenty years, for hundreds of farmers in trouble.
THE MOST IMPORTANT JUSTICE OF ALL IS
DEMOCRACY THE RIGHT OF THE MAJORITY TO CHOSE THEIR OWN LEADERSHIP
THE PRINCIPLES OF DEMOCRACY ARE GUIDED BY KNOWLEDGE AND TRUTH
Therefore every child in the world deserves the best possible education, starting within the family, in our nursery and primary
Schools. DEVELOPING THEIR INDIVIDUAL ABILITIES. IT IS SELF EVIDENT THAT WE TEACH OURSELVESOngoing education will be computer lead, but every child must be taught perfect arithmetic and how to read in their own language. In mathematics the world has a standard system of measurement.Why not therefore, a standard method of teaching every child, by a programme that guarantees every child will develop their natural gifts in early arithmetic and reading ability. I want early education to be focused on ability development.I have spent thirteen years developing my own understanding of the human brain and the possibilities it has to allow us to perform the millions of actions we can accomplish. Except for leading researchers my work has been ignored by every labour minister of education, it will be up to parents to evaluate my recommendations, I even sent my research to the Browns and an abacus for each child . NOT EVEN A DEAR JOHN HE MUST HAVE THOUGHT IT WAS AN EDUCATIONAL TIME
Sunday 22 June 2008 at 10:18
watched my compulsory political program, so i am setting of to raise my recomended voters.
I WILL REPORT THIS EVENING
Sunday 22 June 2008 at 19:13
Hi All, < ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />This is an interesting and fascinating subject and therefore I am eager to contribute to the ongoing debate about the emerging bi-election of which will be interesting to view. As far as I am concerned, Mr David Davis was largely right to have expressed his reservation regarding increasing the number of days detainees are held, without adequate charge and reasoning from our police service. Similarly, it was reported in the Evening Standard that < ?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />
In regards to Olivers point, I agree that the imposition of democracy could, by and large, harm our standing in the international community. And, moreover, our involvement in peoples affairs breaches their right to self-determination and their right to govern themselves accordingly. Each state should be freely able to govern their own affairs, without the proactive involvement of third parties, unless there is widespread international requirement to enter. The international community has a responsibility to preserve life and prevent the risk to entire populations of people, simply because the leadership of the country was corrupt and sought to massacre its own people. This approval should be given, by and large, by the international community.
Please feel free to reply,
Monday 23 June 2008 at 07:17
got them all from friends
you have to have ten voters signitures from the constituancy you are contesting
my last two friends where out yesterday, in this morning.
DAVID PETULANT DAVIS i am on my way
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