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    How will history remember these last few weeks

    “A few privileged millionaire white guys destroyed the UK and made more money for themselves in the process”

    Should sum it up nicely


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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    How will history remember these last few weeks

    “A few privileged millionaire white guys destroyed the UK and made more money for themselves in the process”

    Should sum it up nicely


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    Or the next few weeks if Magic Grandpa and his gang get in

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostofTarbera View Post
    How will history remember these last few weeks

    “A few privileged millionaire white guys destroyed the UK and made more money for themselves in the process”

    Should sum it up nicely


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    A few privileged millionaire guys (many have the surname Patel and Singh) made more money for themselves in the process
    really sums up how the World works.

    Are you a Patel? You must be rich - www.indianweekender.co.nz
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    Quote Originally Posted by JohntheBike View Post
    It does. From the article:

    ""Hard work, strong family solidarity, extraordinary determination, ambition to do well that goes from one generation to the other, and belief in education."

    Perhaps more indigenous Brits could take up those qualities, rather than being, at the top, useless rentier hedge fund millionaires betting against Britain or at the bottom, poorly educated, lazy wastrels.
    Hard Brexit now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sasguru View Post
    It does. From the article:

    ""Hard work, strong family solidarity, extraordinary determination, ambition to do well that goes from one generation to the other, and belief in education."

    Perhaps more indigenous Brits could take up those qualities, rather than being, at the top, useless rentier hedge fund millionaires betting against Britain or at the bottom, poorly educated, lazy wastrels.
    Perhaps more indigenous Brits could take up those qualities, rather than being, at the top, useless rentier hedge fund millionaires betting against Britain or at the bottom, poorly educated, lazy wastrels
    absolutely!

    a spell working directly for the Japanese might also prove to be a sobering lesson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    Sorry but that article is just biased speculation.
    A well-argued rebuttal. Makes sense, especially as the FT is well known as a Corbyn-sympathising paper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by original PM View Post
    Sorry but that article is just biased speculation.
    You should be sorry about your cretinism.
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    Quote Originally Posted by meridian View Post
    A well-argued rebuttal. Makes sense, especially as the FT is well known as a Corbyn-sympathising paper.
    Quote Originally Posted by Old Greg View Post
    You should be sorry about your cretinism.
    If you read the article it does not take into account Corbyn making any changes to the economy and makes assumptions based on what could be the outcome of a no deal brexit.

    Not saying it is not an interesting read but there is too much speculation in there (obviously as they are trying to predict the future) for it to be anything other than a persons viewpoint on what could happen given the knowledge we have now.

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