London congestion charge
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“It's not easy being green.”
The London congestion charge is a scheme implemented by the people's former dictator of London, Ken Livingstone (before his position was usurped by Lord Boris of Johnson) who is researching new and interesting ways of spending public money for the greater good of his prosperity. It is loosely based on the principle of prostitution, in that people are charged to get into a dirty hole. Supposedly implemented to reduce carbon emissions and traffic in Central London it has successfully managed to reduce the amount of traffic by 0. So successful that the people's dictator decided to extend the scheme eastwards in a bid to cut yet more traffic by 0.
The congestion charge is simply a set of CBBCTV cameras installed strategically around every road, including the end of one way streets, which perimeters Central London. It records every registration number and checks it against records to see if the person inside has paid. It is a common sighting to see a man jump in front of the tv when he opens his mail claiming that he has not paid the congestion charge. heeheehaahaa
From the dictator's point of view
- More Money.
- Better publicity for being green. Ken Livingstone is a shithead cunt who hates his own people actually, you may have noticed that he stops anything thats English even though he is an Englishman. He seems to hate his own country and people, and that's why he needs to be shot with an AK-47 before he takes over.
- Heeeeeerreeesss JONNYY!!!
- Iron-Man VS Farnni
- Less Traffic.
- More Cabs (Black people will love this sight)
- It cuts carbon emissions by 0.0000001% in the short term.
- More Busses (Indians will hate this sight)
- OUR MONEeeeeeeeeeeeY GOES TO B!*%^*% LIKE MP'S MOATS AND PORN!
- Profit!!! (When a government has extra money it starts having ideas and trying to do things, which is of course a terrifying possibility.)