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Tapori

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  1. I'd believe the government's sincerity on this if they actually deported the biggest criminals like Nawaz Sharif, the ex-3-time PM of Pakistan, who after being caught and found guilty of clear corruption reaching hundred of millions of pounds (Billions if one digs further stored of course, via the CITY) over decades, left Pakistan to receive "Compassionate Medical Treatment," with sympathetic provincial courts allowing him to leave on the proviso he, jailed criminal, would definitely return He has yet to return and is directly campaigning from his Mayfair properties via video link for the removal of the government. In other words, foreign criminals of top levels are given more patronage so it's an incredible comparator to note.
  2. Here's a report showing how overleveraged Susan was nearly forced to sell her portfolio of debt laden rental properties and could have lost her main home. But the new Government led NECS Level payments have saved her and her family along with a new Landlord Loser Lend or "Triple L," scheme that guarantees Landlords will be compensated for rent arrears for up to 12 months due to COVID effects, Dave Meadows and his 5 children ae grateful for this as they rent from Susan "For us it's been a God Send as we thought we'd lose the roof over our heads, but as the Landlord is paid from via our U Credit since i lost my job, I can sleep easy knowing I am safe, Susan has her money and the banks have been really nice. So yeah, been good." Rishi Sunak in today's briefing to the commons: "It is time that ordinary hard working citizens who's only wish was to leverage-up and gamble away on taxpayer funded bets, are looked after in this difficult times. Without them we would have no houses and our rates of homelessness during this pandemic have been curbed by their extraordinary endeavor as Landlords. That is why today, along with negative interest rates announced by the Boe, Inflation kept in check I, the Chancellor of the Exchequer am announcing new Stamp Duty Holiday and a new House Buying and Building scheme, helping to ensure Landlords keep their hard earned properties and that they will help grow the economy for the coming tough years."
  3. Sounds like a challenge to the powers that be. Oh, you think logically? Well watch this!!! (Cue insane policy announced)
  4. I have a soft spot for Gordon Brown simply on the basis that Tony Blair was so calculating in screwing him over and Gordon's greatest triumph was a Mr. Magoo on steroids decision to stop us (thankfully) joining the Euro Currency as that point his relationship with Blair was so ruptured that anything major Blair was for Gordon Brown was instinctively against.
  5. Do you have a prediction of when and for how long and how severe the riots will be; A riot forecast if you will; what would you say to others about whether that would be the time to crack other folks heads open and feast on the goo inside; should they?
  6. https://video.genyt.xyz/vgw00tf_3nc Also, can be put on bitchute. Hope some twitter lot find it.
  7. Can we have any publicly self-advertised landlords or just general public figures added to a HPC "Hall of Fame." Mark, Fergusss et al.
  8. Can someone send this to some good twitter accounts with a request to post a This You? with this video. Staggering levels of arrogance, effrontery and chicanery.
  9. It literally is worse than that. It's tantamount to killing and torturing. There are genuinely scummy tenants. But the dynamics are completely off-kilter. I suspect most Landlords supporting this have big leverage
  10. This. Friend recently moved and his landlord is absolutely lovely as they own the home. They even brought him a movin in present and live down the road and are quick with any issues.
  11. Oi Ranjan Saab... No, You can't enter this house or any metaphysical embodiment of heaven you absolute smug sack of leeching lies.
  12. The element missing is sadly, much of any counterpoint to establishment corruption from all parties is either lodged behind the keyboard, routed to cultural points or led by essentially middle-upper class left liberals. Lynton Crosby harnessed Matthew Goodwin's anlaysis and the centre-far right have seen this lack of organic lower class movements/populations of men that are rightfully discontent with a system that threw them overboard about 3 decades ago.
  13. I have never heard such an interesting take on the social changes post-both WWs Very true indeed; Today's issue is the proportion of the youth population of frustrated young lower-middle class men. Where will they find their outlet once or will they remain sated by mummy's tendies, depression, digital "entertainment," and relatively safe surroundings?
  14. This justifies this entire thread.🤣 ( I mean, the entire thread was worth creating just to hear this fantastic anecdote - genuinely well done)
  15. A very well said piece that I absolutely appreciate. I had never considered this aspect. The issue in my field, is that competency in safety-critical strategy and operation is actually necessary. I don't demean ambition and a thirst for progress; the world is not Cumbayaa - but the best sports teams have the best team players. The worst teams suffer when the competency of those playing power politics, is lacking. Thus, lazy bullies with good connections, don't even do the type of politicking that could be of benefit in terms of connections and strategy: They just get promoted using the "Dilbert? Principle." or connections principles. Essentially, for me, 1 Chris Grayling is too many as it negatively and demonstrably impacts on so many departments when the shite is flung across an organization to be implemented. When you have a cadre of such folk it becomes a mafioso clique that just pummels any creativity or ingenuity out of an organist ion.
  16. Definitely do some digging. Those outside people will have some connections if the roles are well-paid and sought after. Usually certain societies or extra-currocular activities, family, friends or even local sports teams can deliver you some absolutely insane connections We recently discovered an ex senior director that has left years ago, has 2 nieces working up what for them is an escalator. Another lad has an uncle with a membership to an influential society. Beyond gossip, when you see the links and connections it's more understandable. I remember vividly, 1 man was targeted by a senior manager because 15 years prior he had stood up to an absolute rse of a man. That man was that manager's brother-in-law but no-one knew for decades.
  17. There is this at times but rarely in actual positions that matter. See, the problem with alot of this is that you should speak with people you think are benefitting from such policies or have been demonstrably screwed in the past. Often, the layers of management will recruit to show diversity but rarely for the top jobs. Just look at the EHRC for the irony of ironies. What you are seeing is the class system and nepotism/networks in action at a time when good jobs are becoming scarce Show diversity at certain levels, but only promote incompetent people for your diversity portfolio to keep the rest of the diverse lot content and have a puppet to control. The real issue that is pertinent isn't these mythical HR "cultural correctness gone mad" policies; its systemic institutional power corruption on all sectors. You know someone, you blow someone, you havet dirt on someone or you be a puppet "Yes Massa" for someone. The most racist and corrupt people I have met have paraded there "awareness," openly. It's all a game. Source: I have now dealt with at least 10 cases in a very large organization where good competent people lost their jobs (Targeted Disciplinaries) or were denied clear promotions in favour of someone thoroughly incompetent. The incompetents had powerful networks that did alot of maneuvering.
  18. https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2020/11/16/thousands-interest-only-borrowers-risk-losing-homes/ Thousands of interest-only borrowers risk losing homes Little more than 2,000 people have taken up a product the watchdog says is a solution for borrowers struggling to obtain new mortgages
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