Sunday, August 20, 2006

 

THE PEOPLE (IFIELD PARISH) v THE CORPORATION (WEST SUSSEX)

"THE PEOPLE"
(aka DEMOCRACY)
versus
"THE CORPORATION OF WEST SUSSEX ROYAL PARTNERSHIPS"
(aka PLUTOCRACY)
Let 'The Battle of Ifield Brook Meadows' commence...
1. Visit the WSCC Crawley Reference Library and ask for the Leaflet/Brochure "IFIELD AND BEYOND - A Four-Mile Walk...A Taste of the Sussex Countryside" (with a picture of a Kingfisher on the front). This was funded by West Sussex County Council, Horsham District Council and Crawley Borough Council in 1996.
"IFIELD AND BEYOND" should be on display upstairs, along with the many other freely available local leaflets, but you will find it not on display - perhaps not even in stock. Ask why this is the case, and if you are unhappy with the answer, make a formal complaint to WSCC, via Crawley's Chief Librarian.
2. Write an email to English Partnerships (EP).
3. Write an email to CB Richard Ellis (Agents for EP) - Los Angeles base and London.

Comments:
I wonder why small places are more easily led than large ones.London's citizens are more pampered than West Sussex's ones, it appears to me from what I read here. This belies Libertarian ideas about small states and small towns.
 
As you say elsewhere, Jose, we in West Sussex (and beyond) appear to be living under a regime of "plutocracy disguised in democratic attire".
 
True, and I can tell you that most small places I've known have their particular "tribal chieftain" with definite ideas that enhance their ambitions and absolutism. They are normally hated by the people, but I don't why they never dare to rise "in arms" against them. In Galicia, for instance, my information is that the Galicians were "invited" to vote for the particular "chieftain" under coercion, until there was a huge change and socialists were elected forming a majority with the nationalists. All this came to public knowledge quite recently.
Which shows that the human being, with very slight differences, thinks likewise everywhere.
 
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