Wake up Glaswegians, you have been ripped off. You’re not usually that slow when it comes to being taken for a ride. Remember all those things you enjoyed while growing up in the city and took for granted that they would be their for your kids, parks, swimming pools, pitch and put, football pitches, libraries, museums and more, well think again. The Glasgow city chambers’ mafia have gift wrapped them and handed them over to an unelected body, all that was yours, paid for by you over the centuries and gifted to you has been taken from under your noses without as much as a “do you mind.”

               The crass, brazen theft by those who were supposed to be the guardians of of the City’s wealth seems unbelievable, but you had better believe it, it is has happened

              This is not about a couple of dusty libraries and museums, this will affect every district in the city and far beyond. This is about where will your kids play, where will you spend your leisure time. This is about the parks, the ponds, the golf courses, every library, gallery and museum, this is about your allotment All taken without your consent and more or less privatised in haste where it will all be out with your control. Financial institutions will be the controllers, you will have no say in how they are run and for whose benefit.

              This is such a massive theft that impacts on us all, our kids and grand-kids and having been implemented will be almost impossible to reverse. We can sit back and just moan about how it used to be, or we can start to take action to reverse this theft of the century. We can start by contacting everybody we know and talking about how we can organise to regain control of our kids future quality of life. We can organise, demonstrate, protest, lobby and publicise, we stopped the poll tax, we must reverse this, it is our common good assets, we have to defend them for our coming generations. You wouldn’t want to be asked by your grand-kids, “what did you do to stop the theft of our parks?” and reply, “nothing.”

        If you want to talk about this barefaced plunder of our assets, you can contact ann arky at the e-mail

ann arky’s home.


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