Monthly Archives: November 2013
Do traffic managers and traffic system salesmen have a vested interest in keeping roads dangerous and congested? Most traffic regulation represents an insult to the public, and maintains a lucrative gravy train for the Voldemorts who lord it over us … Continue reading
In Northern Ireland (it was stated on BBC News), there have been 3,500 deaths in 3 decades. Made me work out the approximate death and injury toll in 3 decades on UK roads (I’ll research the exact figures anon). Deaths: … Continue reading
I accuse roads policy(makers) of negligence, Gilligan and Johnson of myopia, and the media of indifference to reform. Meanwhile, another innocent is sacrificed on the altar of the malign priority system: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-london-24936942
Another cyclist bites the dust on London’s roads – at traffic lights. If the spate of deaths among cyclists is a tragedy, it is an avoidable man-made tragedy, contrived by the anti-social rules of the road. By imposing unequal rights, … Continue reading
Another cyclist killed at traffic lights in London. They call it a tragedy. Look at the vicious street design. Isn’t it more a case of corporate murder?
Equality Streets is about integrating road-users on a humanised level playing-field. Today (6.11.13), Boris Johnson announced a £35m scheme “to improve safety for cyclists” – by segregating them. His poodle, Andrew Gilligan, wants additional traffic lights for cyclists. With deadly irony, … Continue reading
This inspiring call to arms by Russell Brand contains memorable phrases and images, e.g. “Boris simpering under a make-up brush”, or “the piped-in toxic belch wafted into homes by the media”. The following applies to Equality Streets, indeed it echoes … Continue reading