…to the National Parks.
How much longer will we be able to rely on them as public breathing space?
Filed under climbers, defend the postwar settlement, landscape
Tagged as climbers, landscape, outdoors
Until a company like SERCO gets the contract to maintain them, to be funded by admission charges. . . with the most beautiful charged as a premium attraction. Climbers and hill walkers will, of course, need to take out special insurance to cover the costs of a mountain rescue. Some particularly beautiful parks will only be accessed by individuals or corporations who’ve purchased ten-year debentures. After all, the very rich deserve their privacy as reward for creating wealth for the rest of us.
Excuse the cynicism. It’s been a difficult day, trying to avoid the Funeral Of The Year.
Don’t worry. Gove has announced plans to outlaw holidays, fun, or any non-fiscally-productive endeavour.
You peasants won’t get the time off to visit the National Parks, or as they will be shortly re-named, Luxury Golf and Spa Destinations.
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