Living 'o' the LandUpdated: September 23rd, 2018Created: September 10th, 2017
In the law of the land, that is the land subjected to the UK population, there are common restrictions to the use of land to enhance the common benefit of all, although any benefit obtained from these laws is not shared in proportion to the amount of labour by person. The ugly truth is that a person may inherit power from parents and so do little or nothing, other than consume that which by law they are entitled to.
It is this law that in it sensible equations does not recognise the right to life, although in error it does mention the idealism.
The law of the land generally acknowledges that any change in the use of the land or any operation on, above or below the land in most cases has a challenging impact upon other consumers and therefore should only be done with approval, hence the planning regimes. The caveat is that the law can only apply to those consenting persons and excludes those deemed not to have responsibility, (the young under 18, the mentally unable of any age and of course all other animals)
It is at this point useful to note that agriculture is not to be classed as a change in use of land, as defined in Section §55 ¶2(e) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990.
You can see that the consumer aspect of killing to make a living is so commonly held as the only viable human enterprise that all and sundry bow to the statutory law as common sense. The occupation of land is variously controlled by virtue of it's use, and residence is a more or less defined use. Even where a person's primary focus is agriculture as a form of making a living from consumption, residence is a secondary issue.
Spiritually life is immortal and so no use of land is acceptable as it denies the notion of everlasting life if it is necessary to kill to maintain it.
For more on this spiritual nonsense see: http://calstock.org.uk/elf.php/2017/03/10/ascetic-agriculture
However rather that suicide, which is still a killing, and the disturbance this may cause, the only other option, spiritually, is to decrease consumption with the goal of reaching death as it approaches (see Jains) Meanwhile statutory law can be used to minimise the notion of making a living(killing) from the land.
As agriculture is exempt control that is the starting point, and would be for anyone with intend to minimise their killing spree as with vegetarians, vegans and all sort of eco-freaks, yet seldom does anyone find the strength to persist. Many talk and form pressure groups to persuade others of their in integrity without the realisation that grouping in most case with exacerbate the consumption by giving justification for actions other than growing food as a first step to realisation.
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