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  Great Britain. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The two main parties are the Conservative party, descended from the old Tory party, and the Labour party, which was organized in 1906 and is moderately socialist.
The Liberal Democrats, formed by a merger of the Liberal party and the Social Democratic party, is a weaker third party.
Domestically the long ministry of Sir Robert Walpole (1721–42), during the reigns of George I and George II, was a period of relative stability that saw the beginnings of the development of the cabinet as the chief executive organ of government.
www.bartleby.com /65/gr/GreatBri.html   (7942 words)

 Sierra Leone. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The British were reluctant to assume added responsibility by increasing the size of the colony, but in 1896 the interior was proclaimed a British protectorate, mainly in order to forestall French ambitions in the region, and the Colony and Protectorate of Sierra Leone was established.
However, the Creoles were a small minority in the combined colony and protectorate, and in the elections of 1951 the protectorate-based Sierra Leone Peoples party (SLPP), led by Dr. Milton Margai (a Mende), emerged victorious.
Following the 1967 general elections, Siaka Stevens of the All Peoples Congress party (APC), a Temne-based party, was appointed prime minister by the governor-general (a Sierra Leonian who represented the British monarch).
www.bartleby.com /65/si/SierraLe.html   (2204 words)

 Colin Jordan - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At Cambridge Jordan had formed a "Nationalist Club", from where he was invited to join the short-lived British Peoples Party, a group of former British Union of Fascists members led by the Duke of Bedford.
Jordan would later merge this party with the National Labour Party to form the British National Party, although he would split from this after a quarrel with John Bean, who felt that Jordan's open national socialism was a bar to progress.
As a result he founded the National Socialist Movement (1962, later becoming the British Movement in 1968) along with John Tyndall and was involved in attempts to set up an illegal paramilitary group called Spearhead.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Colin_Jordan   (343 words)

 British National Party - Chairman Nick Griffin - Working to secure a future for British children   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
We embrace and cherish the native cultural diversity within the British Isles and wish to extend the concept of democracy to the lowest possible level, where those that are affected by a decision are the ones who influence and make the decision.
The men and women of the British National Party are motivated by love and admiration of the outpouring of culture, art, literature and the pattern of living through the ages that has left its mark on our very landscape.
Increasingly our people are facing denial of service provision, failure to secure business contracts as well as poor job prospects as both reverse discrimination excludes our people from the school room, workplace and boardroom.
www.bnp.org.uk /mission.htm   (489 words)

 LankaWeb News
She gave bold leadership to the party on national questions and she was in the forefront against moves that threatened the sovereignty and the national integrity of the country.
She led the marches against the Indo-Lanka accord and showed the party that it was the prime duty and responsibility of the party to oppose all and every move that threaten the sovereignty and the unitary status of the country.
When she was mustering the party membership against the terrorist threat, her daughter the incumbent President, who deserted the party with a servile reactionary group was feasting with the terrorist enemies in the Vanni jungles and the South Indian capital.
www.lankaweb.com /news/items05/080705-1.html   (1190 words)

 Peoples Party Politic
The domination of the party gives no real opportunity to the individual: originality is crushed; the aim of all party organization is to turn out a well-running vote machine.
Party politics became corrupt because party government was irresponsible government.
The ballot-box is one of the few ways remaining for individuals to demand party competition for the benefit of the people instead of accepting party policy divorced from public interest.
www.cirf-hub.ca /boondoggle/ppp.html   (632 words)

 The British National Party: Fascism in Britain gains a greater toe-hold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
We don't 'hate' fl people, we don't 'hate' Asians, we don't oppose any ethnic group for what God made them, they have a right to their own identity as much as we do, all we want to do is to preserve the ethnic and cultural identity of the British people.
The British people were never asked if they wanted a multi-cultural society, immigration was forced on us undemocratically and against the clear wishes of the majority.
A: We mean the bonds of culture, race, identity and roots of the native British peoples of the British Isles.
www.rmfdevelopment.com /political/BritishFascism.html   (799 words)

 Zanzibar Revolution
The British were leaving, their troops, including a contingent of Irish Guards, stationed near the golf course at the edge of Stone Town, pulled out in early 1963.
The ASP (the Afro-Shirazi Party) was to be in the minority in a British style parliamentary system with the Sultan serving as the reigning but not ruling "monarch".
Hundreds of party followers were wiped into a frenzy by those eager to seize this opportunity to cut the Gordian knot of democratic debate and go straight to the prize of Ruling.
home.globalfrontiers.com /zanzibar/zanzibar_revolution.htm   (1152 words)

 The Road to Euro Serfdom: Peoples Party or Peoples Republic?
The European Peoples Party, the Centre Right Grouping in the European Parliament is a cheerleader for federalism.
The British Conservative party, that is for some reason attached to it, is not.
Four other British Conservatives were threatened with expulsion from the European People's Party, the parliament's majority centre-Right faction, by the EPP's German leader, Hans-Gert Poettering.
eu-serf.blogspot.com /2005/05/peoples-party-or-peoples-republic.html   (250 words)

 Background Notes Archive - Africa   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Political parties: Political parties were suspended by the NPRC after the April 29, 1992, coup.
Sir Milton's Sierra Leone Peoples Party (SLPP) led the country to independence and the first general election under universal adult franchise in May 1962.
Momoh was elected President in a one-party referendum on October 1, 1985.
dosfan.lib.uic.edu /ERC/bgnotes/af/sierraleone9406.html   (2399 words)

 The Uprising Chapter One: The Justice of Revolt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Their objective was to intimidate and coerce the British people into compliance with the usurpation of their homeland and the rape of their birthright.
Involuntarily he clenched his fists in fury at the decline of his country and the debasement of his people in consequence of the treachery of the politicians.
To him the contemplation of his nation as as cowed and conquered people, its youth hideously corrupted, its towns a new kind of slum of vice and violence and crudity was unbearably agonising.
www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com /2005/JordanUprisingCh1.htm   (3969 words)

 Fusion: The Liberal Snare   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
In 1892 the Alliance was instrumental in founding the Peoples Party, with the goal of challenging the hard-money policies of the two corporate parties.
The Farmer-Labor Party swept the state in 1936 as it never had before, and yet this case of tacit fusion contributed to the demise of the Party.
The party was built around the personality of a single individual, who soon deserted the party, while its most committed members came from the Communist Party, which exerted a heavy-handed influence in blocking any criticism of the Soviet Union.
www.wpunj.edu /icip/newpol/issue23/cheste23.htm   (2648 words)

 John Tyndall suspended from BNP [Archive] - Stormfront White Nationalist Community
We're a political party, you're not, you have nothing to lose publicly by your affiliations with other nationalist groups, but having said that, I note there is certain pressure on here of late to rid the board of NS symbols, so someone on here is clearly thinking ahead for a reason?Irrelevant.
The party is now bigger than all of us, it has become the party of the British people, we should be proud and happy of that achievement, its what all of us have been striving for, acceptance.
People are dying to vote for someone who will save them: but up to now the people offered as candidates by nationalism have been such obvious spazzes that even so they would not vote for them.
www.stormfront.org /archive/t-155731-p-1.html   (17952 words)

 Hacking for Christ: Aviary 1.0 Parties
The very country and it's people that you take so much delight in making fun of is the very country and the very people that you all come to for help when you and your countries fall your respective asses or some other country is kicking your asses.
It fits several people from the USA to think first that their nationalism is mostly seen as very offending here in Europe.
People who vote should be voting for the person they believe in, not a party that they maybe once agreed with.
weblogs.mozillazine.org /gerv/archives/006693.html   (8937 words)

 ELECTIONS-KASHMIR: Pro-India Ruling Party Routed in Polls
The Congress party leader in Kashmir, Ghulam Nabi Azad, favoured to become chief minister, said in Srinagar, Kashmir's capital, that the new government's first concern would be to restore peace and development to the Muslim-majority state, torn by more than 12 years of 'jihadist' militancy.
Soz, who switched allegiance to the Congress party, said the National Conference should have quit the ruling alliance the minute the BJP government rejected a demand for greater autonomy in Kashmir sought by a resolution passed by the Kashmir assembly two years ago.
In New Delhi, Congress party general secretary and spokeswoman Ambika Soni said her nationalist party would have no problems in forming a coalition with the PDP despite its professed pro-independence stance.
www.ipsnews.net /interna.asp?idnews=12812   (1096 words)

 Select Bibliography -- Works on Oswald Mosley and British Fascism
The New Party and the I.L.P. London: New Party, n.d.
Eye-Witnesses at Olympia: A Collection of Statements by People Who Were Present at the Meeting of the British Union of Fascists at Olympia, June 7th, 1934.
The Land and the People: British Union Policy for Agriculture.
www.ihr.org /jhr/v05/v05p175_Stimely.html   (4094 words)

 Pakistan Peoples Party
It was mid wifed through the ministrations of British Prime Minister Tony Blair and U S Secretary of State Colin Powell in a bid to save South Asia from war.
The Establishment turned a blind eye as their surrogates in the private militias printed posters, hired trucks, established camps and exhorted young people to "join the jihad" for the "ground war" in Afghanistan.
The continuation of the military regime on the pillar of a Kings Party at war with the democratic forces plays into the hands of the religious parties.
www.ppp.org.pk /articles/article45.htm   (1855 words)

 Welcome to The People's Dance Party!
I wonder why on earth people would stand in a block-length line to go into a bar, particularly when there was another bar that seemed equally sketchy-Echo Park-hipster less than twenty feet away with no line in front.
Her face is the same as it is on tv, unlike some people who, in person, look like a plastic surgeon's malpractice suit in the making.
At the staple Friday night indie rocker, I sat with my brother, Estelle and her friend British Liz on barstools watching Mere Mortals play a fairly long set, remarkable mostly for an acoustic number played sometime during the show's midpoint (I think it's called "All the Rumors").
www.thepeoplesdanceparty.com   (1834 words)

 Modern China: Communist China
   When Mao declared the People's Republic of China on October 1, 1949, he instantly moved the capital to Peiping (later called Peking and now called Beijing), adopted a new flag (red with a large yellow star surrounded by four smaller stars), and adopted a statement of national purposes.
When the Central People's Government Council, which met twice a month, was not in session, its powers were assumed by a twenty member body called the State Administrative Council headed by a premiere (Chou En-lai); when this body was not in session, the state powers fell to the chairman of the state (Mao).
His job was to monitor the business and thoughts of the people around him, and correct any improprieties or counter-revolutionary thoughts or actions.
www.wsu.edu:8001 /~dee/MODCHINA/COMM2.HTM   (2458 words)

 Sierra Leone
Cut off from thier homes and traditions by the experience of slavery, they assimilated British styles of life as well as cultural traditions from all over west Africa, and built a flourishing trade on the west African Coast.
In the 19th century, Freetown served as the residence of the British Governor who also ruled the Gold Coast (now Ghana) and the Gambia colonies.
The local people mounted several unsuccessful revolts against British rule and Creole (freed slave) domination.
www.uiowa.edu /~africart/toc/countries/Sierra_Leone.html   (359 words)

 Pakistan Peoples Party
He can play a referee's role in getting the political parties to agree to a code of conduct and viable system which prevents the restored democracy from once again being held hostage by maverick groups committed to abuse of the security apparatus, exploitation of religion and devotion to violence.
However, I am an optimist and believe that given the prayers of the people, an understanding of geopolitics, a post-cold war identity for the country and its armed forces, we can overcome the present difficulties.
We would keep our doors open for all political parties that wished to fulfil the principles of the Quaid-i-Azam for a democratic, federal Pakistan with provincial autonomy and working for the progress of the downtrodden people.
www.ppp.org.pk /articles/article18.htm   (2676 words)

 The Uprising Chapter Two: How the Uprising Began   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
A police car which came upon one of the postering parties in the act of postering was promptly dealt with as intended by an attending team of protectors in a separate vehicle lingering in the background.
The unimaginative nationalists in the conventional parties, captivated by their ingrained veneration of majorities in the masses derived from the illusion known as 'democracy' propagated by the exploiters of that illusion, had always decried militant, political warfare as impracticable fantasy, the immature dreaming of boyish bravado.
Their argument had been that the indispensable and preceding requirement for success of such political warfare is a sufficiently substantial indeed massive base for it within the general public, something conspicuously lacking at the time and likely to remain so for the immediate future.
www.vanguardnewsnetwork.com /2005/JordanUprisingCh2.htm   (4372 words)

 Pakistan Link Headlines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
MUZAFFARABAD : The Central Secretary General of Pakistan peoples Party, Azad Kashmir, Chaudhry Latif Akbar has said that Kashmir issue is the unfinished agenda of the Partition Plan, under which Pakistan and India came into being.
Latif made it clear that India was maintaining its illegal occupation of the held territory by the dint of brute force.
He also told the British diplomats that India was making vicious attempts to link he just struggle of the Kashmiri people to terrorism in a bid to mislead the international community.
www.pakistanlink.com /headlines/Feb/16/01.html   (231 words)

 Sierra Leone (09/05)
In 1787 the British helped 400 freed slaves from the United States, Nova Scotia, and Great Britain return to Sierra Leone to settle in what they called the "Province of Freedom." Disease and hostility from the indigenous people nearly eliminated the first group of returnees.
Cut off from their homes and traditions by the experience of slavery, they assimilated some aspects of British styles of life and built a flourishing trade on the West African coast.
On July 28th, 2002 the British withdrew a 200-man military contingent that had been in country since the summer of 2000, leaving behind a 140-strong military training team to work to professionalize the Sierra Leone army.
www.state.gov /r/pa/ei/bgn/5475.htm   (3787 words)

 The British Heritage Party   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
During the 1600s, a fledgling Parliament struggled for the right to make the nation's laws, eventually replacing Absolute Monarchy with the foundations of modern Democracy which Britain's hardy sons would take with them to their new land of America.
In the 1700s Britain took the lead in developing the machines and power sources which gave rise to the industrial revolution, then gradually humanizing its working conditions during the 1800s with a series of Factory Acts while steadily widening the franchise to give more and more working people the vote.
Second, whatever the Party in power, Britons appear to have lost all faith in government as an institution and in its Ministers.
www.libertyandlaw.org /bhp2heritage.html   (1024 words)

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In an interview with the BBC, Bastesen remarked that if the British (who have been down playing the danger from T 99) feel it is safe, then they should bury it on their own land, or find some other way to store it there.
The people of this troubled nation deserve transparency on the part of their government in all matters, and on the part of any agency such as the WWF, that purports to "help" them in true conservation of their natural resources.
Here are some of the messages that the film makes explicit: Fish, like people, love their children and speak with them, protect them, play with them, and take them to school, where they play with a diverse fish population.
www.iwmc.org /newsletter/2003/2003-07-iwmc.doc   (4274 words)

 SMiLES + FLiRTS :: Dating Party Central For Singles
You probably know that it can be difficult, intimidating, and disappointing trying to meet people in Vancouver, especially when you have a goal (like finding love or dates) in mind.
Vancouver can appear to be void of ways to meet people outside of the standard club, pub or lounge setting but this is simply not true.
When you are busy enjoying yourself you soon overcome any problems you may have had in the past meeting people.
www.smilesandflirts.com   (761 words)

 EMBASSY OF GREECE: PRESS OFFICE - News Flash   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
As for Cyprus, he said "we aim at the resolution of the political problem of Cyprus, but it is not in any case a precondition for Cyprus' accession to the European Union and the possibility of Cyprus not being in the first wave of entry to the EU is unthinkable."
Later in the day, Karamanlis spoke at the University of Edinburgh on the democratization of the western Balkans in the framework of the European Peoples' Party initiative, which he heads.
During his address, Karamanlis spoke of the need for changes in the Copenhagen criteria for accession to the EU and noted that the list of candidate member-states is growing longer with countries that are very different from each other and face highly differentiated problems.
www.greekembassy.org /press/newsflash/2002/February/nflash0206b.html   (300 words)

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