Monday, 30 April 2007

Robin Tarts and Rubbish



The elections are almost upon us and May 4th will tell us whether Our Country has truly woken up from its sleepwalk towards oblivion.

Still time though, for a couple more reasons of why you should vote for the sanity of the British National Party. Then we can let them start to weed out the lunatics currently enjoying huge salaries and generous expense accounts in local authorities.

People like Ivan Hancock, Dorset County Council's Trading Standards manager who has forced Baker Val Temple to rename her novelty Robin Tarts because - surprisingly - they do not contain the red breasted bird. The image is one of Vals "Muppet Tarts."

He also thought it wise to stop the sale of Paradise Slices because they are not from Paradise! Gone also are the Pig Tarts. You guessed it. No pork.

He said: "The fact is that food needs to be properly described so that the consumer can tell what it is.

"There is nothing wrong with using other names but it must be accompanied by the true name of the food.

"Consumers have the right to know what is in food.

And indeed they do. But does this over-zealous jobs worth not think, that Vals customers who have been buying her cakes for over 30 years, not have the sense do know that they are unlikely to find a slice of bacon within an iced slice?

Customers have suggested she makes a new cake in honour of the petty officials and call is "Nutty as a Fruitcake". Val, 60, said: "It's a joke. It's an insult to the public."

You can read about the madness of the moron here.

Whilst here. Rubbish. I want, you want, we want. Weekly collection of our rubbish. We do not want it spilling onto the streets for the rats and the maggots to feed on. All this so your local authority can save money for their pensions and golden handshakes.

One of the ways they are considering getting around the wishes of the public/voters is to remove the "collection service" from the control of local authorities. This will leave them free to say to a mutinous electorate. "Nothing to with us - take it up with the company."

So what is to be? Back to Paradise Slice and weekly rubbish collections or carry on to Bedlam, chaos and finally, anarchy. May 3rd B.N.P. Day.

1 comment:

MrSmith said...

Perhaps Mr Hancock's zeal for precision would be better employed on the case of the 'Funnyboyz Restaurant' of Charlene Downes infamy. Surely I can't be the only member of the public who is really curious to know 'what is in the food', especially what was in the food soon after the poor child vanished.