Saturday, 5 September 2009
Supermayor Peter Davies: Doncaster could learn from the Taliban
He gurgled: 'The one thing that can be said about the Taliban is that they do have an ordered society of some sort and that they don't have hundreds of cases of children under threat of abuse from violent parents as we do in Doncaster...even a regime as hideous as the Taliban at least appear to have sort of decent sort of family affairs.'
As aides begged him to stop talking and take his pills, Davies added:
'We in this country have created mayhem through lax social policies of disregard for marriage and the family and we have created mayhem in society.'
Insiders believe Davies is planning sweeping reforms of Doncaster social policy including corporal punishment for women exposing flesh above the ankle, introduction of the death penalty for adultery and homosexuality, and a ban on all future local elections. Supporters called the plans 'refreshingly oppressive'.
Since taking office he has slashed his salary from £73,000 to £30,000 (possibly to save up money to invest in torture equipment), scrapped Doncaster's free local newspaper (to stifle dissent), and vowed to withdraw funding for annual Gay Pride, International Women's Day, and Black History events (just for fun).
A local man said: 'He was already half way to becoming a one-man Taliban anyway.'
Davies was described as 'a breath of fresh air' by The Daily Mail last Saturday.