Vanessa Redgrave Told

Mr_Fingerz

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#2
I can't stand the woman. Whenever there is a suitable "cause" in the news, she is not far away. Tell you what Vanessa, if you love the travellers so much, how about allowing them to set up camp in your backyard?
 
#3
I think you'll find the correct term is thieving pikey bastards.

Travellers infer that they travel; 51 families have been living illegally for 10 years in the same place so therefore are not travellers, by definition.

Anyway lets get on and ethnically cleanse these dregs
 
#4
******* woman. I heard her give a 'heart rending' spiel on the wireless - give her a bloody Oscar morelike. My heart pumps purple piss. She should be locked in a Libyan warehouse with that other waste of rations Ms Joanna Fuckinglumley. Meddling twats.
 
#5
She may well have won a few Gold medals in rowing, but that gives her no rights to try and defend those pikey cnuts.
 

TheIronDuke

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Tell you what Vanessa, if you love the travellers so much, how about allowing them to set up camp in your backyard?
Just what I was thinking listening to the radio this morning. Buy a field next to your gaff, Vanessa. Dig some holes in the ground for them to shit into and the jobs jobbed. Plus you'll be sorted for tarmacing and lucky clothes pegs.
 
#8
How the feck can they be homeless? They're supposed to be Travellers so let the feckers travel.

They made the choice to have the sky as their blanket so let the thieving Pikey cnuts snuggle up underneath it.
 
#10
Loved this bit in the report:

Pikey said:
We bought and paid for this land ourself. We are not squatting on it and we've done everything by the book and this is the outcome of it today.
Well no you didn't do everything by the book. You failed to obtain planning permission like everyone else would have to get.
 
#11
What is it with these celebrities, do they honestly think anyone gives a **** what they think or say?

The Gandolfs, Bonos, Redgraves & Lumleys of this world should climb down from their ivory towers and live amongst the shit they expect everyone else to do.
 
#12
I think you'll find the correct term is thieving pikey bastards.

Travellers infer that they travel; 51 families have been living illegally for 10 years in the same place so therefore are not travellers, by definition.

Anyway lets get on and ethnically cleanse these dregs
Basildon council's already put an order in for 500 bottles of this stuff:

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#13
Basildon council's rushing through a planning application to erect signage around the site.

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#14
What we need is a network of traveller sites, entry and occupation includes the agreement to a number of rules ie no pikey behaviour, no selling lucky heather or ripping old ladies off for 'surpluse tarmac' drives.

Other rules would include counts on number of bodies and encampments and agreements that each 'commune' would set up a system of governing how long people could stay.

Should there be a kick off on site, then the offenders could be removed, or in extreme circumstances the whole site could be evicted, the site quarantined for a period and then reopend.

Sites would have ablution blocks and what not... basically a big camp site, and maybe a 'barn' for use as a communal area.

Any permenant dwellings else where could then be moved on that little bit quicker.

Other sites could be designated as 'overnight stops'.

They are, as someone said, travellers... If they want to stay somewhere longer, they can buy a house, or apply for plannng permission like EVERYBODY else. You don't see this who har when someone has to tear down an extention or similar that wasn't applied for/up to spec.

I've got no dramas with travelling way of life, it is quite appealing in many ways, but not the criminal and anti-social element that cohabits with it.
 
#15
What we need is a network of traveller sites...................................
I seem to remember one such site. Wasn't long before the toilet blocks had been robbed of all the pipework.
Isn't there another site somewhere, opened at no small cost, that has never been occupied?
 
#16
We should be able to make them reasonably pikey proof... embed the pipes in to the wall, or make them of plastic.
 
#18
As I said to Mrs Old Sod last night when her shrew like face appeared on the local news, 'I bet she wouldn't be protesting like this if they tipped up with all their shit in her back garden!'
Not a big fan of local govenment types but in this case .. nice one Basildon.
 
#19
What we need is a network of traveller sites, entry and occupation includes the agreement to a number of rules ie no pikey behaviour, no selling lucky heather or ripping old ladies off for 'surpluse tarmac' drives.

Other rules would include counts on number of bodies and encampments and agreements that each 'commune' would set up a system of governing how long people could stay.

Should there be a kick off on site, then the offenders could be removed, or in extreme circumstances the whole site could be evicted, the site quarantined for a period and then reopend.

Sites would have ablution blocks and what not... basically a big camp site, and maybe a 'barn' for use as a communal area.

Any permenant dwellings else where could then be moved on that little bit quicker.

Other sites could be designated as 'overnight stops'.

They are, as someone said, travellers... If they want to stay somewhere longer, they can buy a house, or apply for plannng permission like EVERYBODY else. You don't see this who har when someone has to tear down an extention or similar that wasn't applied for/up to spec.

I've got no dramas with travelling way of life, it is quite appealing in many ways, but not the criminal and anti-social element that cohabits with it.
We already have such sites for travellers, known as camp sites. Except in camp sites, you have to pay to use it and you are meant to only be at the camp site temporarily.

Why pander to these people?
 

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