Still waffling today is David "Stinky Ink" Bartlett about how showing he is not understanding the full situation with relation to the politics surrounding Liverpools Cruise Liner Cock-Up.
http://liverpoolpreservationtrust.blogspot.com/2009/10/cruise-wars-scouse-wedding-on-sea.html or unable or unwilling to grasp hold of the truth. Lethargic in their approach, scared to upset the people who pay for advertising or place advertorials for them to package into a lazy days work. Peter Elson should have been consulted over this, or allowed to spell out the truth of which he is aware. Larry Neild was there years ago telling us all how wonderful it is we have got a new dawn with ships coming back up the Mersey. Unable or unwilling to work out the truth Larry Bartlett now follows in the Oldham Echo tradition. It apears I am not alone in my condensed thoughts. http://condensedthoughts.blogspot.com/2009/12/oldham-echo-fight-arranger-licence.html or http://condensedthoughts.blogspot.com/2009/12/recriminations-but-no-regrets.html
So now we are informed that Peel will help us. Take a look at the picture above of the Cruise Liner Terminal at Langton Dock to see how they have been helping our visitors to the city...to a shed, to have their passports checked. http://liverpoolpreservationtrust.blogspot.com/2009/07/council-cruise-liner-cock-up.html I spelt it out in July. So Bartlett now tells us http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk/liverpool-news/local-news//2009/12/18/cruise-liner-terminal-plan-to-double-number-of-ships-at-liverpool-s-pier-head-100252-25419244/ Peel are going to help us by reducing the port costs. I am just laughing my head off while Peels director is laughing all the way to his Isle of Man tax exile branch to deposit another packet.
They filled in Princes Dock and built Milton Keynes-On-Sea http://liverpoolpreservationtrust.blogspot.com/2009/04/milton-keynes-on-sea.html that is the sort of stuff Peel do for us. While leaving the docks in a disgraceful state.
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