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Re: Our Sacred Land
Sep 05, 2011, 10:04
Yes, I'm just printing my Stage II complaint against the Northumberland planners - five miles of road in upland Northld. with no planning permssion yet they turn down an application for an adapted bungalow in a grot village (beside a lost long barrow) because it doesn't comply with the AONB development plan.

Both the Northwest and the Northeast passages are currently open - which means the icecaps are melting at a fantastic rate. It's perhaps never happened before that both are passable (with care). So, one could argue that a right wing government is needed to distribute food fairly (for work) when the shortages start to come. (I'll be pushing up the daisies by then so can take a more detached view perhaps).

When people complain about saving Britain's green and beautiful land where were they when the motorways were being built? Or the high density urban estates? It seems a bit late now!
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