Salford British National Party held their monthly meeting, with party stalwart Ian Kitchen as guest of honour, who gave a speech on a wide range of topics happening in the country.
Ian first spoke of the left wing communist style government in the UK, who are forever making stupid acts and laws to extract cash from the people who may not even know they are doing something wrong, and the consequences if you don’t have a big pot of cash to fight the authorities in court.
Ian also spoke about how the media manipulate the news stories and only report on what they wish, Ian went on to tell Salford about a letter he had received that morning from Wakefield Council, informing people if they are in receipt of Council Tax benefits, then after April 2013 they will be expected to pay something, so the councils across the country are wasting your money and then targeting people who are less fortunate, the unemployed, disabled, single parent families and OAP’s to foot the shortfall.
The second half of the meeting was handed over to Acting Northwest Regional Organiser Gary Tumulty, who continued after Ian’s in depth analysis on the council tax scandal about to sweep the country, Gary along with all other Salford residents who have also received the same type of letter, which Salford Council say the government has decided to cut the budget by £2.2m, so the money has got to be recovered from somewhere, and this will be from the people who are amongst the worst off financially, the unemployed or people claiming benefits to help them get by in life.
Gary states “Don’t get me wrong, there are some lazy people in life that do not want to work and expect everything for free, and these I am all for making pay, but when you target genuine people who cant make ends meet, and have to claim benefits to help them, will now be expected to pay.
“Labour controlled Salford Council chief executive Barbara Spicer, who is paid well over £200,0000 a year and newly elected Labour mayor Ian Stewart paid £69,000, and all the other dead leg councillors in Salford, who claimed well over £307,000 in special allowances (On top of their normal wage), do you think this lot are feeling the pinch, No!
“Its also shocking how Salford Council allow Asylum Seekers to enter our city, and they are in their words ‘obliged’ to look after them, and they are well looked after and not expected to pay one single penny towards the upkeep of our country its wrong and has to stop” Gary Concluded, a full report will follow in due course for this website.
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