Tuesday, 8 February 2011

Spotlight on a Grasping Pig - Sir Richard Leese

These anarchist chicks were really upset with Sir Richard Leese
when I told them what he'd been up to. 
Snuffling about in the pig-pen after a hard day's bricklaying on - would you believe - East London Mosque, I spotted a very happy little piglet with a rounded tummy, operating in the Manchester pen and calling himself - like so many other pigs of recent years - 'Sir'.
Sir Richard Leese and 'Labour' friends on
Manchester City Council
  Sir Richard Leese is leader of 'Labour'-dominated Manchester City Council.    I always place 'Labour' in quotation marks because there isn't a day of hard work in them.  They have no connection whatsoever with craftsmen, industrial and agricultural workers and all others who produce and sweat for their income.
  They do however have shiney arses on their trousers because of all the meetings they go to, spouting endless torrents of shit.
  That rebuke doesn't make me a Tory though - I detest all politicians and parasites equally; I use Tories as sources attacking 'Labour' because they know they'll be in court if their attacks don't stand up.  Likewise a Tory spotlight.
  So back to 'Sir' Richard.
  BBC News - 'Leisure centres, libraries and public toilets will close as part of a council's plan to make nearly £110m of savings in the next financial year.'
  Council leader Sir Richard Leese: 'Putting this budget together has involved the most difficult, and in many ways, most unpalatable process I have been involved in since I was first elected to the council.  I cannot and will not pretend that the financial position in which we have been placed is anything other than bad news.   
   'Manchester is the fourth most deprived local authority area in the country but is among the top five hardest hit local authorities.  But we are doing everything we can to protect and maintain the services which people need.'
  Yeah?  'Been placed', Leese?  You did it yourself to the people of Manchester.  This is what the prick decided was a good investment last year  - a Facebook boss costing Manchester City taxpayers £38,000 a year.  So there's the income from a street of council taxpayers wiped out while the Town Hall fatcats played the trendy social media game.  Laughably, he was awarded a Knighthood in 2006 for Services to Local Government.

Manchester City Council's combined main nerve-centre
for budget allocation... and complaints department


  Remember the Birmingham binmen on £45,000 a year?  Same sort of brainless party idiot... Let's take a look at one of Manchester's more pressing priorities (this orange hyperlink lists insane waste by MCC) with the help of the Taxpayers Alliance... here's one from October 2010:
 'External Relations Manager on a salary of £35,430 to £38,961 to advise on marketing campaigns.  Good to see they have their priorities in order – image first, services last.'
  £35,000 is too much, you say?  LOL!  His chum Sir Howard Bernstein made £200,000 a year.  Maybe he still does - it's hard to keep up with these fucking pigs as they nose about in The Trough. So imagine what this swine is raking in; shameless Manchester City Council refused to respond to a TPA request asking for council chief's salaries to be revealed.  Most of the other authorities in Greater Manchester did so.
  Put it this way; he even made it to limousine-sellers website Limo-Broker when he demanded his own limousine and dedicated driver.  Maybe 'even made it' is an unfair phrase.  Perhaps Limo-Broker and top 'Labour' players have a long history.  Nothing would surprise me with these hypocrits.  Actually - one thing would... have they ever done hard physical work?  Any of them?  Look at that fat ferry-steward they trot out as Old Labour; Prescott - he's never sweated...
  'Labour?' responded hod-carrier Paul in Seven Sister's, Hackney, a hod of bricks over his shoulder, 'There ain't a minutes labour in 'em.  Bit deep for eight in the mornin', Neil.'  And up the ladders he went.  I buttered the brick robotically as I watched him race off on his personal mission - to be better than the young lads.  Deep?  Only because everyone's been dumbed down.  Update - he 'earns' over £200,000 per annum.  Think about that as they lock the library door for the last time, Manchester. Your library doors.

  Wanted - Parker-type to play chauffeur for the gilded-peacock council boss of cuts-hit Manchester City Council.  Must be obsequious and servile to befit our latter-day Roman Proconsul from scab mining town Mansfield.  Minimum wage... of course.    Apply to - His Lordship's Equerry, Ivory Towers, Trough Lane, Manchester. ME£ £££.    Previous service with Her Majesty will be considered favourably.

It's all about cash.  Nothing else
 

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