Direct Democracy Comment
Lib Dem's Tanveer Choudhry blames Birmingham Council for his constituents' filthy habits
As if the natural environment didn't have enough enemies, in his latest party leaflet, cowardly Lib Dem campaigner Tanveer Choudhry blames Labour-run Birmingham Council for the rats, rubbish and fly tipping that his constituents have to wade through, while demanding a 100% increase in street sweepers - even though the rats, rubbish and fly tipping are literally products of the life-style choices of his constituents.
He betrays the environment for the sake of a cheep shot at his rivals and, he betrays the uneducated in his own Sparkhill and Sparkbrook constituencies because, by pandering to them instead of working with local community centres [such as forward-thinking Balsall Heath Forum] on educational programmes that could teach them how to respect themselves and their natural environment [as the PA founder did with the Birmingham-based Muslim Brotherhood during 2001/02 and again as a manager at Balsall Heath Forum in 2009], he demonstrates that he will prostitute himself for votes at the expense of the environment and, of his own constituents' self-respect and well-being.
Further to this, it won't matter who the heavily-religious people of these areas vote for because unless they freely choose to adapt their own attitude and behaviour, the streets will simply get filthier but, while these and many other communities across the UK are also in a race to see who can convert the most lawns into dead 'gardens' [so they don't have to bother maintaining them] or into drives for their multiple cars, it is their own children who will suffer through an ever-increasing lack of access to nature and, from the effects of an inner-city environment that will become void of natural flora [and therefore also void of bees and every other form of essential wildlife] and will consist only of rats, rubbish and flies and, guess who they will blame?
The joke in all this is that the same people who demand that more local tax revenue is spent merely cleaning-up after them are the same people who complain about rising Council Tax bills so, if it's personal servants they want, they can pay for this themselves [just like any other individual would have to] or, simply respect their own area and clean-up after themselves - it's a no-brainer!
When a community blames a council or government for its own negative habits, it's time to educate and not to pander and by free choice, potential 'leader' Tanveer betrays his own constituents because he knows that the true issue at play here is that of a serious lack of inner-city community education. We've consistently demonstrated how 'representatives' don't care for the environment or even for their own voters and so if the people of Sparkhill and Sparkbrook freely choose to vote for betrayal, that's exactly what they'll get and, their children will pay the price - not them.
Alternatively, if they or anyone else would like to talk with Tanveer about his betrayal of both the environment and his constituents or, of his refusal to work with community groups in his own area [such as Balsall Heath Forum] so as to tackle litter-related issues, his mobile number is: 07852 178 495 or, if you would like to email his partner in grime, Jerry Evans can be reached via: firstname.lastname@example.org
For what it's worth, rats do not litter-drop [they actually contribute to the daily country-wide clean-up operations] and when it comes to problem solving, they will never repeat an action if the action doesn't yield the intended result first time around. On the other hand, humans consciously and constantly abuse the environment and also repeat the same action until a new problem is born and so, when you consider that both rats and humans are social species, which group is actually vermin and which is intelligent?
Add to this that ants, bees and many other non self-aware species from other social groups have been discovered by British scientists [early 2012] to be using a system of direct democracy for their community decision-making, it is clear that humans are not the most intelligent species [as portrayed by politicians and the religions].
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