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Showing posts from December 19, 2016


We are living the hunger games and the Purge now you just don't know it

We are free to go where we want, do what we want but the problem is we ain't all as free as you would like as we are part of a game, a rich man's game they decide who dies, lives, becomes rich and poor.

Hollywood is a strange place where billionaires live work and sleep they live in a rich man's bubble and look out at us poor people like we are peasants, They go to Hollywood parties with red carpets rolled out for them, they get given free clothes, shoes and jewellery even though they have enough money to but this stuff ten times over, they preach to us on TV to give money to charities because the other poor people they really do not care about are hungry, being bombed left right and centre or have all kinds of diseases but never put their hands in their pockets themselves, they look down on normal people like me and you for no reason than just they have more paper from a tree  (money) in the bank than us and yet if it wasn't for us peasants they wouldn't have a sin…

One rule for them and one rule for us

A French court has found the head of the International Monetary Fund guilty of negligence but opted not to send her to prison.
That's nice of them.

A French court has found International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde guilty of negligence but ruled that she would not be penalised.

As French finance minister in 2008, she approved an award of €404m ($429m; £340m) to businessman Bernard Tapie for the disputed sale of a firm.

Ms Lagarde was not present in the court in Paris for the verdict, having left France for Washington.

On Friday she told the trial she had always acted in good faith.

Her lawyer said his team would look into appealing against Monday's verdict, Reuters news agency reports.

Another that got away from prosecution or prison:

Tony Blair

In his first six years in office, Blair ordered British troops into battle five times, more than any other prime minister in British history. This included Iraq in both 1998 and 2003, Kosovo (1999), Sierra Leone (2000) and Afghanistan…

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