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Wealthy tax dodgers are Britain’s REAL wreckers and that’s the long and short of it

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It makes me mad as I have often said I am happy to pay tax- even a little more on my below average wage if it helps somebody less fortunate; then these whingers come along and bemoan what to them is a relatively small increase.

Personally, I’d bankrupt the buggers- tax them out of existence and use the money for the NHS, better public sector pay and nationalisation of housing and major industry- in particular the utilities and transport.

The lovely wibbly wobbly old lady

Reposted from The Mirror

That was then: John Cleese, Ronnie Barker and Ronnie Corbett

There is a famous 1966 comedy sketch from The Frost Report that you’ve no doubt seen.

The one where Ronnie Corbett (4ft 11in), Ronnie Barker (5ft 8in) and John Cleese (6ft 5in) highlight the rising levels of superiority (symbolised by increasing height) between the lower, middle and upper classes in Britain.

If the sketch was re-made today only two comedians would be needed: Ricky Gervais’s mates Warwick Davis (3ft 6in) and Stephen Merchant (6ft 7in).

Because the way wealth is being polarised in this country there will soon be only two classes of people: the Haves and the Have Nots.

Or rather, the “I have so much money I spend all my time worrying what to do with it” and the rest.

And, as between Merchant and Davis, the gap between the two groups is phenomenal.

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Written by Smiling Carcass

14/07/2014 at 6:53 AM

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