Thursday, 8 May 2014

Kent Corruption. Je Refuse. J'Accuse.

KCC and TDC councils in Kent are riddled with corruption.

Je Refuse.

I refuse to stand for the Ramsgate Mayor election.

The same corrupt cronies hoping to linger on through secrecy and fake process.

Ramsgate Town Council was established to loosen the dead hand of the TDC councillors: the same ones who oppose it now flood it to reduce opposition.

FOI is refused on costs.

Town meetings are scheduled together and late in the year and not publicised on the websites to minimise scrutiny.

Only residents can vote yet non-residents such as Poole and Fenner are on the council as Party hacks.

The corruption at TDC is simply ignored.

And nothing has been done.

I refuse to stand.

I encourage you to cancel your tax direct debit.

I encourage you to refuse to attend meetings.

I encourage you if you do attend to film and tweet the meetings.

I encourage you to boycott votes.

I encourage you to call for both open elections and an early by-election for the resigned Sandys seat.

We have have thieves and liars simply clinging on for another month's paycheck.

And J'Accuse.

I accuse KCC and TDC of corruption and allowing corruption.

And manslaughter at Manston and Thor.

J'Accuse Roger Gale MP.

J'Accuse Paul Carter, KCC Leader.

J'Accuse Sue McGonigal TDC CEO.

J'Accuse Roger Latchford of the Gang of Four.

J'Accuse Cllr Moores of the 0% fraud.

J'Accuse Berry, Button and Sproates for the Manston pollution and monitors.

J'Accuse Andrew Pearce and Hannah Barber of the Environment Agency for Thor and denying EIR.

J'Accuse Southern Water.

J'Accuse the EKO and ChinaGate and Labour £25k bungs and Pleasurama tax haven frauds by both parties.

We have jailed one Council Leader.

More should follow.


And so does the Local Government Association(!) who describe TDC as "toxic", "dysfunctional" and "corrupt".

Central Government rates TDC as one of the UK's worst councils(!) out of over 450.

Why should we fund pensions and another month's paycheck for these scoundrels.

Jail is the place and fines too.

As MP - and Mayor if necessary - I will ensure Meiji reform:

A. Vote at 16: too many pensioners with pensioner policies for yester-year
B. No double-hatters: one seat one person not the same person in multiple seats
C. One family member per party: they're simply voting each other now
D. Direct elections: no cosy party secrecy
E. Full FOI monthly and no secret meetings
F. Politician exams: were' electing people who can't read or write(!) or just family members again
G. 30% turnout: below that the election is void and rerun
H. Party 30%: we should consider limiting the Parties to 30% of seats - national politics has almost no relevance at County and below level other than party bickering

The Drug Den raids will continue every day. I urge junkies to register with the pharmacy/NHS/Police - there will be fewer illegal drugs and dealers and more expensive. No-blame-no-shame and no access problems if registered.

Junky Town in Rape Nation is over. Dole-by-Sea is over. Dumping-ground East Kent is over.

The clamp down on ASBO vehicles on the prom/parks, tramps in the town centre and too-noisy pubs/shops will begin.

Manston has closed.

The Gang of Four have been sacked and jailed.

Pleasurama tax haven fraud is over.

EKO and Chinagate is over.

Richboro Power Station has been blown up.

The reforms must continue:

* Reopen Dreamland
* Demolish Arlington House 1960's tower block
* Close and cleanup Thor mercury and asbestos schools
* Expand TB focus for Discovery Park
* Expand Universities and EU and Asian languages/culture: 2plus1Kent
* End Roads to Nowhere and Tarmac Housing estates
* End KCC Tobacco investments
* End SS Richard Montgomery and ships
* Begin Waterloo 2015 and Wellington's Ramsgate HQ renewal
* Begin Liberation Route Europe
* Celebrate Ramsgate Dunkirk and D-Day
* Celebrate Margate Spanish Armada
* Celebrate WW1 and Canada-Ramsgate

Kent is corrupt and failed.

They have failed us all.

The Ancient Regime is over.

Je Refuse. J'Accuse. Time for Meiji reform.

Time for Change.

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