Monday, 5 January 2009

NuLiebore's Pikey Policy Proving Popular?


The government's policy on more legal sites for Pikeys is proving predictably problematic.

They have steam-rollered through changes to the planning process, leaving local authorities in the invidious position of having to commandeer land and grant planning permission even when it is desperately unpopular with their voters and communities. In Gravesend, Kent, a Royal Naval Veterans Clubhouse is to be demolished to make way for travellers. Well Done, Hazel, you ginger minger.

In Suffolk, plans to spend £738 million on a site for pikeys is controversial, given that no money is available to build council houses for the indigenous population, so that as with so many rural communities, there is no housing affordable enough to retain grown up children, who have to move away from their family. Especially as the council seem intent on handing the freehold of the site over to the pikeys after a 20 year lease. Nice one!

Hazel Blears, the Communities Secretary, recently announced 43 locations where £21.6million will be spent building traveller sites or expanding existing ones.

Good to see them looking after the travelling community in this time of hardship for hard working families.

The Penguin

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

I am sick to death of hearing about these thieving scum.
Mnay years ago when Salford docks was being levelled to make way for upnarket flats there was a pikey camp where the new motorway is now.
One morning about5am the DSS police etc put a cordon around it, went in and asked the people there where are the 9 kids you have been claiming for? Because they are technically homeless they get more money than genuine claimants and how long did this sucess last yup till they moved on to another area.
In Stockport they built a site, hardstanding, toilets, showers my money as a taxpayer no object I am not sure what the price of scrap copper was then but is you ask these thieving twats they will let you know as they more or less demolished the place.
If they want a permanant place to live away from the madding crowd may I suggest Rockall?

it's either banned or compulsory said...

Perhaps Hazel Blears, the Communities Secretary, would like to join that Beckett woman in a fun sized holiday for six at a traveller campsite where they could share Pikeys lust for unrestrained violence and wild sexual misconduct with her children.

wv 'mating' I kid U not