Aberdeen City Council's latest anti-pedestrian policy initiative (not clearing the pavements of snow and ice) has, we are furious to report, backfired with upsetting results and serious consequences for public order in our town.
Close to schools (the safety of innocent children - who are our future - being a number one priority) while every snow-and-ice-clearing attention has been lavished, quite rightly, on the car-bearing carriagway, the council has stuck to its guns and refused to do anything about the pavements. This safety-first approach (because walking about the place without brakes, indicators, airbags or anything is as everyone knows, intrinsically dangerous) has rendered the pavement on Aberdeen's Broomhill Road completely unusable. Good. This policy initiative should encourage everyone to join in with the vast majority of folk, and get around in a nice car. It is particularly important that children be discouraged from dangerous walking, particularly in cold weather, when they might catch the sniffles.
|Not gritted, not salted, not ploughed.|
And quite right too.
|Harassed by the rioting anarchist, the elderly couple in the passing car were visibly shaken.|
|Showing no fear (perhaps on drugs?) the snarling rioter faces down the law abiding motorist.|
Had the protester tried to touch the car, we might have been forced to ask a policeman to draw his sidearm.
|Law-flouting pestestrian anarchist ring-leaders look to recruit|
the anti-motorist bus-users to their subversive protests...
Send in the horses.