Sunday, 27 March 2011

Thanks, tossers, that's more tax you've cost me

Well, thanks a lot you bunch of leftie lowlife scum. When public budgets are under such pressure, the best you can think of doing is adding to my Council Tax bill, via an increased precept from the Met, to pay for your jejune and selfish rioting. 


What? You were stupid enough to think that Fortnums, HSBC and the rest will pick up the bill themselves? Nonono. Under the Riot and Damages Act of 1886, claims are settled by the Metropolitan Police. And you thought insurance would cover it? Look at your own policy - in the exclusions, sandwiched between Radioactivity and Terrorism, is Riot. Insurers don't pay for riot damage. The test as to whether the damage is bona fide riot damage is given in s1. of the Public Order Act 1986;
12 or more persons who are present together use or threaten unlawful violence for a common purpose and the conduct of them (taken together) is such as would cause a person of reasonable firmness present at the scene to fear for his personal safety.
So the Met will pay out, and we London ratepayers will pay the Met. You sad tossers called for higher taxes, now you've got them. Thanks a bunch.  

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes and what makes it bloody even worse is most of these leeches are parking wardens, smoke stazi ,bin stazi benefit scroungers red tape pushers ,common purpose filth,the sort of low life scum that are dragging this country down.
I wish I had a .50 calibre I really do.

English Pensioner said...

What infuriates me is the way that an organisation like the TUC can bugger up the day for the general public, as they well know, in spite of their protestations, that this sort of thing will happen.
Yesterday was a big day for Church Bell ringers, planned for over a year, with visits to ring bells at a large number of London churches as well as the bell-foundry and other associated places of interest together with a service in the Abbey. Many thousands of ringers were in town, and most were badly inconvenienced by demonstrators, peaceful or otherwise, on which should have been an enjoyable day out.
If I had my way, the bell ropes would have been used for something other than ringing bells!

Ed P said...

It's worrying that so many people have been duped by incessant media lies into believing they could be shielded from their share of cuts. I give, they take.

BrianSJ said...

I followed some links about the 'alternative' to cuts, and the alternative is not stated at all. We currently pay £50B in interest on UK debt. What is a better number? How much would they like it to be?

Kinderling said...

I am left wondering whether China would come to the aid of these "rebels" and strategicaly bomb the country to fight Cameron.

Or in 1666 the fascist Cromwell's barracks were bombed by the Americans so that Catholicism (that Shia faith) triumphed so that hundreds of years later Hitler walked over field of quislings.

Or in the 1861 American civil war Islam had come to the defence of the "rebel" slave South in the name of dhimmitude for all.

A nation is no longer sovereign when socialists dabble with the lives of others.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

And of course, let us not forget that these are the sort of "cuts" which mean government spending and borrowing are both higher this year than they were last year, and are planned to increase every year for the foreseeable future.

Some cuts, those are. Savage.

Budgie said...

Every pound spent by the government is taken from taxpayers. Whether via personal taxes, product taxes, business taxes, borrowing or inflation; it all comes from us. Are the rioters and their supporters just thick?

William said...

Are the rioters and their supporters just thick?

Yes as are most of those who earn a living from the taxpayer.