More regulation and behaviour-control. Now “Zak” (or is it “Zac”?) wants to tax your “gas-guzzler”, for you not to drive to Tesco in it.


It gets worse.

Today, “Zak” or maybe it’s “Zac”, says that we should all pay more for our “4×4″s, and other “gas-guzzlers”, several times over; at point of sale, in VAT and in petrol excise duty. (I don’t own one by the way, I am poor. we have a smallish 6-year-old people-mover, in which when you press the go-pedal, nothing happens for a bit, then by about October you put on a few mph.) Not content with proposing to let the Soviets charge for parking easily at the only places where these poor people can buy food quickly and cheaply, these new “Conservatives” want to distort the market for vehicles.

I think it’s time not only to not try to take over the “Conservative” party, but to actively oppose it in its newly-acquired greenazi attire, at every opportunity. As a Libertarian, I have never failed to vote in any election at all since 1970, it being our temporary duty (until such time as the State Shall Wither Away) to try to mitigate the pernicious effects of marxism/leninism and the fatal attraction it holds for (nearly all) our wannabe rulers here. but it’s time to vote for someone else.

What do readers think? 

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One response to “More regulation and behaviour-control. Now “Zak” (or is it “Zac”?) wants to tax your “gas-guzzler”, for you not to drive to Tesco in it.

  1. These people really are shameless! They are sitting on mountains of cash that they have done nothing to earn other than to be born, and are telling the rest of us to tighten our belts and go back to the living standards of the 1970s. I haven’t voted Conservative in years. I will now start voting anti-Conservative.