Funeral processions are expected to obey all the usual traffic rules but impatient drivers are no longer showing a passing cortege the respect which was once commonplace.This is disgusting. Quite upsetting really. What these death-worshiping co-op communists fail to recognise is that 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 like them behave as if they own the road and expect we hard-pressed motorists to (quote):
The top five regions/countries with highest instances of road rage are:
These findings are independently backed by the views of the funeral directors themselves from The Co-operative Funeralcare, who admitted that one in five funeral corteges are disrupted directly as a result of lack of concern or awareness by other road users.
- Northern England
- South East England
- South West England
- Northern Ireland
“The situation has got increasingly worse over the years, with more traffic on today’s roads and people’s busier lifestyles,” said David Collingwood, Operations Director for The Co-operative Funeralcare.
- Slow down
- Keep your distance
- Don’t cut into the funeral procession
- Don’t use your horn
- Give the cortege right of way
- Turn down music
As lefty co-operative people these death-worshiping undertakers have a lot in common with cyclists and so probably don't understand the dynamics of the free market. There's therefore no way they can appreciate that busy important people in nice cars have to hurry - either to work to shuffle figures about on a spreadsheet, or to the shops - both the only sure-fire sources of the economic growth. How do the dead contribute to economic growth? They don't.
It's comforting to note that the Institute of Advanced Motorists agrees with us, as confirmed by this quote from IAM chief examiner Peter Rodger:
With the increasing pace and pressure that people feel in life, it is not surprising that there is less respect and patience for funeral processions, with the ... delay they represent.Yes. Funerals shouldn't be allowed to use the roads which we have to pay through the nose for. Especially not co-operative funerals, which are communist.