Posted 18 February 2011 - 04:35 PM
cardiffone, on 18 February 2011 - 04:28 PM, said:
I reality there is no difference, and you know it.
Just because you're to stupid to know the difference, doesn't mean there's no difference, it just means you're to stupid to know the difference.
Ignorance is no excuse and no one is under any obligation to educate you in this very, very simple matter. Negative proof is not a valid argument.
70% of the land is owned by 1% of the population. There are 60,000,000 acres of land in the UK. 28,000,000 of which are owned by just 40,000 families, these are the families where many of the ruling elites come from. Politicians, CEOs, senior civil servants, magistrates. police chiefs, media cronies etc..
There are 5,000 families that own over 1000 acres each. Less than 5% of the available land (2,800,000 acres) is owned by 16,800,000 home owners. The land occupied by the royal family 677,000 (crown est, duchy cornwall, lancs and private)
Forestry commission 2,400,000, Mod 750,000, The National trust England Wales 550,000, Pension funds 500,000, Utilities 500,000, The Crown Estate 384,000, The Duke of Buccleuch 277,000, The National trust of Scotland 176,000, The Duke of Atholl 148,000, The Duchy of Cornwall 141,000, The Duke of Westminster 140,000, The Church of England 135,000, The Invercauld Trusts 120,000, the Alcan highland estates 116,000, The Duke of Northumberland 110,000, The Earl of Seafeild 101,000, The Portland Estates 95,000, The RSPB 90,000, Co-op farms 90,000, You 0.2 acres (if your lucky)