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  1. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/buytolet/article-5363437/Buy-let-mortgage-lets-rent-home-children.html You will get rich by recruiting your own family members into the army of debt slaves.
  2. Maybe they fulfilled the conditions better than natives. Maybe natives did not apply because they did not want to get stigmatised. (Natives mostly look down on Council tenants. Immigrants do not.) Maybe there is the system's policy to dilute the population. (I do believe that that is the case.) Maybe it is the combination of all above 3. Regardless, many people in Greenfell tower were working and studying. (If we can trust the media at least in that detail). Anyhow, huge majority of those "banks, roma, bangladeshi" were surely not spending their money on dr
  3. System always creates the problem and then offers you the solution. The system knows that different groups will not speak with the same voice. Hence, the system dilutes the native population with immigration thus creating the friction in order to control everyone more easily. Hence Brexit, etc. Then again, the system and its mates got (for peanuts) everything what was good (natural resources, etc.) from those countries. Whatever they could not get, they conspired to destroy and destabilise. As the consequence of all the above, there is friction and animosity betw
  4. "3rd worlders going their to live on benefits" or should it be "3rd worlders going there to live on benefits" ? Where did you get these figures from? Anyhow, the large majority of immigrants surely know the difference between "their" and "there" or otherwise they would not have been able to find their way to the UK from "over there"... somewhere in the 3rd world. About benefits... Let's start with banksters who have been given licence to invent the new money and guaranteed bailouts (Quantitative Easing,Special Liquidity scheme,Funding for lending,..) by the corrupt Gov
  5. The system ALWAYS adds an insult to injury. Here is the email which I just received from Santander: Changes to your 1|2|3 Current Account Dear Mr Debbiebegood, We’d like to remind you about the changes to your 1|2|3 Current Account. From 1 November 2016, the 1|2|3 Current Account will pay 1.50% AER / 1.49% monthly gross (variable) on balances up to £20,000, including on balances below £1,000. No interest is earned on balances above £20,000. From 9 January 2017, the Arranged Overdraft Usage Fee will change to reflect the amount of Arranged Overdraft you use
  6. You are absolutely right. C**p in the palace is still a c**p. Not to mention that life in western world is very far from life in a palace.
  7. Fantastic! There go Dire Straits
  8. I would love to be proven wrong, but this looks like the permanent state of infinite debt.It is all about sucking all the wealth from us and the state and turning all of us into slaves. All this has nothing to do with business sense,reasonable yields,etc.It costs VI's nothing because they invent the money on the computer. When it becomes too boring for them, they will cause a new war.
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