A blog about cars in Aberdeen.

This is a blog about cars in Aberdeen because most people aspire to the convenience of personal motor transport, pay dearly for the privilege, provide much employment, contribute greatly in taxes, and then people expect them to ‘leave the car at home’, while their money is spent creating cycle lanes and the like for freeloading cyclists.

Tuesday, 1 February 2011

W237RGE: "This Road is for CARS, Not Perverts".

An intriguing video submission from our undercover agent, embedded deep within the Aberdeen cycling activist advocacy "movement".

In the footage, the driver of Aberdeen Car Landrover Freelander Station Wagon reg. W237RGE makes a full and clear statement of his rights. These include:
  1. The exclusive right to the road, which is "for cars".
  2. The right to drive at speed directly at the users of other modes of transport who must at all times "give way to a car".
  3. The right to drive at any speed, regardless of road conditions.
  4. The right to indignantly dismiss the safety concerns of users of non-car modes of transport.
  5. The right to suspect anyone who is not in a car of being a predatory sex-pervert, and to accuse them of such.
It is of no consequence that the Land Reform Scotland Act of 2003 granted a statutory right of responsible access to paths like these throughout Scotland. It matters not a jot that this track is a local-council designated and waymarked outdoor access "Core Path" for pedestrians, cyclists and horse-riders. It is not apposite that this road is used daily by cycle-commuters, pupils on their way to and from school, old folk enjoying the outdoors, dog-walkers exercising their pets and teen delinquents on minimotos - about these people we care not a jot.

That a statement of rights so complete, so concise and so correct that we believe it to be comparable in quality and importance to the US Declaration of Independence and Bill of Rights should come from the mouth of the driver of an Aberdeen Car fills us with immense pride. Whadda guy!



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  2. It would be nice to turn the tables on this scum-bag by driving a Chieftain tank up that road at full speed and force him to get off the road, or risk being squashed.
    I bet he would see things differently.

    He clearly believes that might is right, but one day he'll learn there are bigger & heavier things than Landrovers.