A Partido Libertador News Letter (APLNL)

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A Partido Libertador News Letter (APLNL)

Post by LordMoose » 00:08:06 Thursday, 05 October, 2017

All the News for the Partido Libertador

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Re: A Partido Libertador News Letter (APLNL)

Post by LordMoose » 22:56:26 Thursday, 05 October, 2017

A Poster outside of the Partido Libertador HQ reads

The time has come for our farmers to enter into the 20th centaury

As prices for foodstuff remain low due to huge productions around the world the Partido Libertador
would like to propose an investment plan for farm owners to increase the mechanization of there farms,
both increasing yields [allowing more to be exported] while also reducing the cost to produce food, allowing
our great farmers to compete in an ever changing world. The idea being that the government will provide low
interest loans for the purpose of investing into there machines, with the cost of the loans being paided off as
these machines create expanded profits for the owners and the farms.

Along with this we also suggest for the poor in this nation this - government subsidized food baskets. These baskets
would have a good portion of the living needs of the average person, allowing more of the persons money to be spent
growing the economy or on other costs. These goods would ONLY be bought form farmers in our nation at the market
value and then sold to the common people at a reduced rate [say 10%-30% cost reduction]

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Re: A Partido Libertador News Letter (APLNL)

Post by LordMoose » 22:40:26 Sunday, 08 October, 2017

Farm Owners should Rejoice
8 Hour work day DOES NOT APPLY TO THEM

As voting for an 8 hour work day goes on farm owners and farmers alike should rejoice that
the number of hours they can work will not be reduced if this bill passes. This is good for both
sides due to the fact that the workers wont be forced to shorten the amount they work, increasing
the money they have and farm owners wont lose out on productivity.

a win win for all

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