IK Caught on Camera
A furtive Iguana Ken Livingstone leaving the Blue
Iguana Video Shop in Soho. Greedily clutching the latest filthy
release from the Lizard porn underworld.
We have viewed several of these vile videos in
the name of research - We are shocked at the depths these little
green bastards will sink - The people who make this filth, and
the perverts who watch it should face the full force of the law.
Unfortunately, due to a legal loophole, the law is powerless to
act. email your protest to:- firstname.lastname@example.org
We confronted Ken on this issue. He smugly declared he needed
the videos to improve his skills as an Animal technician. He added,
that when he leaves Politics and returns to the real world, he
intends to build on his past experience as an animal technician.
Ken aims to specialise in the Sexual dysfunctionality of the post
porn Iguana. More
............................................ About this Website
This website came into existence on 05 February 2004 - 5pm GMT
Your editor spent most of this night, venting his spleen, in a
spontaneous, and manic outpouring, that went on till the early
This websites purpose To fight back against extortion.
To keep the car driver informed about the law, and latest legal
To publish your grievance and experiences.
To unmask the faceless beaurocrats, behind this out of control
To start a campaign of civil disobedience. To publish every trick
obstructing the tow truck,
Deactivation of meters &
Destruction of speed cameras
Lastly, to try & restore a balance of sanity and fairness
in the way the motorists is treated by the state, the police,
and local authorities.
Personaly: A conduet for all the
anger that has been rising up in me of late. For what I see as
the betrayal of the great silent majority in this country &
great city of ours, dare I say it in the political correct mad
house that "England" has become.
Transport for London Extortion Machine - Record 5.3 million parking
fines were issued in London last year, up nearly 400,000 on
the year before, new figures reveal today.
More drivers than ever were given £80 or £100 penalties
after being caught parking illegally in the capital's 33 boroughs.
The main reason for the dramatic rise is an increase in the number
of parking meters and residents' parking areas - collectively
known as controlled parking zones or CPZs - and more attendants
to patrol them.
But more councils are also policing bus lanes, sparking a rise
in motorists caught by roadside and bus CCTV cameras.
The rise in fines is published today in a parking report by the
Association Of London Government. It shows that 4,929,692 fines
were issued in the year to February 2003, an increase of 172,091
on the previous year. And a record 426,945 drivers got penalty
tickets for driving in bus lanes, a huge rise on last year's figure
of 290,231. Together, they brought the total tickets to 5,356,637.
These had a face value of £482million in fines. But in
practice, half of all motorists pay within a fortnight at the
discounted rate - £40 on an £80 ticket and £50
on a £100 ticket - while 20 per cent of fines always goes
uncollected. This brought in an estimated £193 million in
fines - 37 per cent up on the previous year's estimated £141million.
The report shows Westminster issued the most fines: 976,476 compared
to 909,792 the year before. The second highest was Camden, which
issued 421,151 fines, a drop of 5,466 on the year before.
The highest number of bus lane fines - 246,200 - was issued by
Transport for London, which runs the red route network.
But some councils are introducing their own buslane cameras,
which are bringing in large sums. Barnet council recently said
it raised £1million in 10 months from a single buslane camera.
"Motorists already feel parking and bus- lane enforcement
is all about raising revenue - not just keeping the streets clear,"
said the AA's Rebecca Rees.
"These figures will just reinforce that opinion."
Nick Lester, ALG Transport and Environment Director, admitted
the number of fines issued in London would rise even further.
But he said: "The process of enforcement is essential for
keeping the capital moving."
The report reveals that the number of motorists appealing against
"unfair" tickets dropped by 1,296 to 41,089. However,
of those cases taken to appeal, 27,332 were won by drivers.
questions Is Ken a Dalek?
- Soon Is new county hall, a Gold fish bowl? yes, we have the
proof. Soon SoonSoon
Rhona Kiley experienced serious problems when
she tried to settle a penalty fine for failing to pay the £5
She had to make about seven calls to the call
centre run by Capita, the firm that administers the scheme for
Transport for London, headed by Mr Kiley.
Mrs Kiley, who works for business lobby group
London First, said the automated phone system did not accept
payment. She finally paid the £40 penalty - reduced from
£80 for early settlement - by getting through to a call
Her difficulties were revealed to councillors
by Mr Kiley at a meeting to discuss the charge.
There are thousands of stories just like the one above. There
are many a lot, lot worse. Justice & fairness is truly dead.
.................................... editors note on Freds corner. Freds views,
and campaigns are is own. We have no input or control over the
content of his webpages. email@example.com
I would like to hear from any disgruntled car drivers, (anonymous)who
have access to numbers, names and address's of the parking managers
of the London Boroughs. I will publish their names & address
and start a campaign against these leading Extortion operatives.
may thing this direct action is extreme - maybe it is. But to
any car owner that has experience of the bailiffs at the front
door demanding £500 for a £40 PCN - had a car towed
away to be sold at auction for a fraction of its value. This
action is simply self defense - A quote from a lady who suffered
a clamping, for what was an emergency for her sick child - After
paying a £140 release fee " I feel like I have been