Friday, September 02, 2011

Dale Farm

Reading about this 'traveller' community I wonder if they listen to what they say.

"I've never lived in a home. I've been a Traveller all my life and that's the way I want to end my life. Where will I go to if they put us on the road?"
I'm sorry what's the definition of traveller? So what if they're not living in "bricks and mortar" look at the pictures of the area and spot the difference between those dwellings and 'normal' bungalows. How can they state they have no fixed abode when some have lived their for years?

I've got no problems with people choosing to live in the way they do, but they have to do so in accordance with the laws that apply to everyone.