John Redwood asks
Should the UK host the super rich?
By JOHNREDWOOD | Published: DECEMBER 24, 2011
After Christmas I will be examining the UK’s role as a host to the super rich. It is our Wimbledon tendency, our willingness to invite in multi millionaire stars, business people and lucky inheritors of wealth to the UK who do not pay full UK taxes. They come enjoy our country, use our facilities, win some of the prizes.
Do you agree with it? Does it make us richer? Aren’t the jobs they create and the investments they make enriching the UK? Isn’t it just part of being a free society? Does it worry you that it raises the inequalities of wealth and income in our country? How much tax should we ask them to pay? Your thoughts would be appreciated.
MY REPLY (censored of course)
The very rich control the government. See how Blair is paid 2 million a year by the J.P.Morgan – a Rothschild front. Cameron is a Levita, who own Standard Bank. If Britain wasn’t the home to Jewish bankers, would the elites have ensured Britain’s survival in WW2? Guderian’s tanks mysteriously stopped twelve miles short of Dunkirk. Goering’s attacks on Dowding’s airfields suddenly stopped just as they were about to smash Area 11′s resistance, while attacks on the RDF system were not pressed home.
If you want to challenge the power of the elites, you first have to understand exactly how powerful they are. Churchill spoke of a higher cabal orchestrating the war. These people are still with us. The Rothschilds are friends of Gaddafis (their agents still alive), Mandelson, Bush, as well as being the forefathers of the current Royal family (illegitimate). Better to keep your friends close, but your enemies closer.
The key to disempowering the elites is to take away their power to issue money. But if you try, don’t expect a long life. Lincoln, JFK tried to do that. Better to be a Blair and a Cameron, and give them what they want. That way you live and get very rich.