Tuesday, 10 May 2011
Birmingham City Council have always prided themselves that they have a rich history in scientific and mathematical knowledge. If you take a walk to the Birmingham Science Museum, you will find plenty of exhibits of super complicated machinery that the clever historical Brummies have invented, using their vast skills of practical mathematics.
With all that Birmingham mathematical brilliance in mind, I thought I would take the opportunity to put a simple question to the Birmingham City Council officials. They can think of it as a little test, if they like, just to check if they are able to do their sums.
The question is this – does 1 + 1 = 1?
I know a few people who are not regular readers of this blog might be scratching their heads in confusion, so for the sake of clarity I will flesh the question out a little.
There is one Colin Tucker, who was recently suspended as Birmingham’s Director of Children’s Services Department, for what precise reason Birmingham City Council are reluctant to discuss.
There is one Colin Tucker also known as Arthur C. (Colin) Tucker of Messrs, Burnett, Walker, Lindesay & Rae, W.S. Stafford Street, Edinburgh.
who was the homosexual lover of a lawyer called Ian Walker, his senior partner, who hung himself in the garage after being discovered to be involved in embezzlement of client’s funds. This Colin Tucker was involved in the Magic Circle paedophile investigation. This Colin Tucker also had a gay pal called Gordon May, who had a little funny handshake club thing going on in Thailand called the Gay McMafia.
Now, maths is not my best subject, so if I have done the maths wrong, I hope people will excuse me, after all, I did get abused as a child, and lost a lot of schooling as a result. I keep trying to do this sum in my head, and it keeps coming up as 1 + 1 = 1.
But I really do not think I should be to hard on myself. After all, the very highly paid civil servants at Birmingham City Council don’t seem to be any better than me at maths, judging from their expenses last year. I quote - “THE cost of placing troubled children from Birmingham in private care has rocketed after council chiefs closed four kids’ homes in the city.
In a four month period last year, the bill was £13,772,491 – the equivalent of £41 million a year, compared to just £18,434,830 for the whole of 2009/10.
Some youngsters are costing the taxpayer as much as £790 for every day they spend in a private care home”
(Birmingham Mail May 9th 2011)
Here is the Freedom Of Information request I have just sent to Birmingham City Council:
I have already asked you for a CV of the recently suspended Director of Children’s Services for Birmingham, Colin Tucker, to ascertain wether this man had the correct qualifications to do the job on behalf of the taxpayers of this country to a satisfactory standard. There was great reluctance to provide me with any relevant information about this man, I was made to feel as if I was having to wring water out of a stone.
I have discovered that there is a Colin Tucker, a lawyer from Scotland, who was caught up in the Magic Circle Rent Boy scandal just over 20 years ago.
Could you please tell me if this is the same Colin Tucker as you employed as Director of Children’s Services?
Right then, now I am going to post the rather large envelope addressed to Lockheed Martin, the American terrorist organisation that makes cluster bombs and sends paedophile psychologists round the world to teach secret family court judges the most efficient way of taking new born babies and children away from their mothers. Two big men that banged on my door last week seem very anxious that they get all my personal details to these terrorists and what nots as quickly as possible, so I had better dash, because I certainly do not want them booming my door down again!