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Monday, 31 March 2014

"Jersey Small Business Not Seeing The Bigger Picture"

"I.C.L.E.I. & Agenda 21"

I.C.L.E.I. is basically the localised version of Agenda 21 designed to manipulate and destroy small business, steal land and property and bankrupt small communities leaving them under the control of, and dependent upon government.

This is all done under the United Nations shroud of Sustainable Development which incorporates such phrases as "smart growth", "going green" and other such poppycock.

Check out "The Delphi Technique" to understand how planning departments everywhere are operating, then you may understand what is really going down with our planning department here in Jersey. The story below is a great example of Agenda 21 in action, you cannot work in Jersey unless you go through OUR government backed agency!!!

Another fine example of I.C.L.E.I. and Agenda 21 in Jersey is the Kanetech Ltd case, wherein the authorities will stop at nothing to drag small companies like Kanetech under the

Government then use cases like Kanetech's to create new precedents in law (statutory) whereby they can pass legislation to control small business and eventually take over such business through licenses and permits reducing everyone to the status of slave.

Remember that when you "Submit" an "Application" for "Registration" you are giving up all of your inalienable rights in exchange for government sponsored benefits and privileges.

Since when has government ever benefited you?

Small business employers reach crisis point

Leah Ferguson reports.

Small business employers in Jersey say they have reached crisis point as the government won't allow them to recruit the staff they need. 

The States new Population Policy has meant a major crackdown on business licenses to employ non-locals. 

But employers say they can't find 'local' people with the right qualifications for the job. A 'local' is someone who has lived here more than five years. 

So some are resorting to what they are calling a legitimate loophole - finding non-local staff via recruitment agencies, but at vast expense.

Tony Fitzpatrick owns a local barber shop in St Helier. One of his staff members left last July and he has been trying to fill the position ever since.

He said: "It's very frustrating, I was very stressed over it. I'm not allowed to recruit anybody with less than five years, but there is nobody out there locally who can do the job who is unemployed, I've been advertising since the 3rd July, we're now into March."

But Tony has found a non-local who he says is perfect for the job. He said: "I can't employ her directly, so I have to take her through an agency. I just think it's crazy, I've got a girl who can do the job, but I'm not allowed to employ her, it's just madness to me.

St Helier Constable Simon Crowcroft said: "It does rather make a nonsense of the Population Policy that someone like Tony has to go around the houses, effectively ends up paying out of his own pocket the money that the agency is taking, in order for him to get the right person for the job he has to fill." 

Deputy James Baker, who owns a recruitment agency, says that he is equally frustrated by the Population Office's new restrictions on employment. He says his agency is not a loophole. 

He said: "Recruitment agencies are not a workaround for the population policy. Any of our clients and ourselves are constrained by the scale of the license that the Population Office has given us. Historically we had a far bigger license, but we've had our license cut to a third of what it was and I'm sure others are in the same boat."

"Effective execution of Agenda 21 will require a profound
reorientation of all human society, unlike anything the world
has ever experienced a major shift in the priorities of both
governments and individuals and an unprecedented
redeployment of human and financial resources. This shift
will demand that a concern for the environmental consequences
of every human action be integrated into individual and
collective decision-making at every level.

United Nations - Agenda 21

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