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SIX GROUPS LOSE BONFIRE FUNDING
CulzieDate: Tuesday, 2014-11-04, 2:30 PM | Message # 1
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The Good Relations Partnership decided that six groups should have the 30% of the funds withheld for failing to comply with conditions.  

The groups involved are the Graymount Community Group, Lower Oldpark Community Association, Pitt Park, Suffolk Community Forum, The Hub (on behalf of York Park Bonfire Committee) and Walkway Community Association.

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RSAUBDate: Friday, 2015-01-02, 10:02 AM | Message # 2
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Time to get back to basics, raise the money within our own communities. Personally I view funding as a way of state control of controlling peoples cultural events by a means of  state control, a Trojan horse effect over a long period of time a singular cultural event will be turned into some kind of multicultural euphoria all because money has dictated that that's how it should be at the behest of the social engineers working in the background.
 
CulzieDate: Monday, 2015-01-05, 4:17 PM | Message # 3
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Very true... the golden rule is he that has the gold makes the rules. And governments,quangos etc fits that description. I can remember when all this started to happen. Yorkshire Cricket Club rule was only those from Yorkshire could play for them. Something the same happened with the MCC regarding having a males only rule. There was cash being offered but they had to change their rules to get it. Of course if that doesn't work they bring out laws which make it an offence to carry on as they were.

So overall its hard for these organisations to exist as they were. With the bonfires it might be different and they should carry on in the way we did for years without getting any money. Though it wouldn't surprise me if they brought out laws to curtail them.


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