Now w/85+ posts in this 2nd year since vile sods Peter & John Bird unjustly "debadged" me as a 5-year UK Big Issue vendor, 2012 will see alot more damning posts about them. And, watching the homeless mag "The Big Issue England" will also be under constant watch that exploits the street homeless w/peanut pay. Plus, more indepth news & views on homelessness from near & far. For 2012, plans are
to write 40+ new stories online. Truly, Uncle Monty.
Branch. By Uncle Monty.
No Olive Branch. By Uncle Monty. ... No olive branch has been offered to me
by Peter & John Bird of The Big Issue at
this Christmastide, 2010. Not a thing
from them, although I shouldn't expect
anything from them knowing how cold
and callous the Bird characters truly are.
Thus my empty Big Issue pitch is still
empty after those sods destroyed my pitch
by suspending me on their pretext of
"bringing The Big Issue into disrepute."
What they have done to me is still fest-
ering like mad and yet they haven't
the slightest goodwill to try to resolve
our problem at this special time of the
year that is also called "yuletide."
Here I am at my pitch today with my new badge
No. 0001for legal display and my new green Xmas
hat in the shape of a Xmas Tree!! The folkz on Long
Acre just loved what they saw ... As I sat, however,
I still seethed at the vile Bird Brothers.
... Essentially an utterly godless pair, peewee Peter
Bird and his big bloated brother John Bird don't
give a damn anyway, since they're now rolling
in big money at their exploitation of the
homeless, year in and year out, in the UK. But that will come to end sooner or later.
Their corporate and charity game will
then be up and finished once and for all.
In the meantime, the latest issue No. 926
has jumped to two quid a copy from £1.70
with the Big Issue street vendors now forced
to pay a quid at wholesale price per copy. It's
again the shabby case of the Big Issue operators
squeezing every last penny out of the homeless
in order for it to make-up for sagging sales
on the streets. With the snow and ice of the
past week and the impending arctic freeze set
for the next couple of weeks inside the UK,
many vendors are going to be stuck between
a rock and hard place since it will be too
bitterly cold for vendors to stand out on the
streets for any long periods of time. While back at