A new onslaught on freedom and common sense threatens motorists. Under plans cooked up by the coalition government and the
Official British Nazi Party Local Government Association to transfer powers from police to local authorities, drivers will face a new wave of fines for traffic offences made up by the kind of little hitlers who work down the town hall.
Again one is reminded on that great journalist and libertarian bernard Levin who said "The smallest amount of power always leads to the greatest desire to abuse it.
Councils have lobbied the Government for the right to fine motorists who drive on public roads, deposit rubbish in the f orm of small particles of rubber worn from their tyres in the street, drive in places that buses, cyclists and and mentalists on segways might want to pass through.
Ministers indicated they were “sympathetic” to the plans to prosecute anyone who drives a car while in possession of feet amid growing concerns from motoring groups that councils would use them as an excuse to turn looose people ideally qualified to be guards at Buchenwald agaist people who only want to go about their lawful business lawfully without breaking any laws. The Coalition had promised to end the “war on motorists” when it came to power but have been seduced by the Nazis in the town hall into sanctioning the bureaucratic policy of treating those dependent on cars as a cash cow.
In London, local authorities used their extended powers to fine 800,000 motorists last year, raising at least £50 million. The revenue was on top of at least £250 million in parking fines.
It is understood the Department for Transport has been in discussions with 20 councils about giving them the new
jackboots powers. They include Birmingham, Brighton and Hove, Bristol, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham, Plymouth, Reading, Salford, Sheffield and Southampton.
The answer here is simple. Boycott these cities, show their Nazi councillors who really runs things. Do not shop there, do not visit tourist attractions, cinemas, night spots, restaurants. And vote for UKIP or Independent candidates whenever you have chance to vote.
And remember, if you are prosecuted under these trumped up laws, don't pay the fine. They can't put us all in prison.