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Mubarek Ahead Of Banksters-- He Has Stashed £43 Billion

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/feb/04/hosni-mubarak-family-fortune

Mubarak family fortune could reach $70bn, say expertsEgyptian president has cash in British and Swiss banks plus UK and US property
President Hosni Mubarak's family fortune could be as much as $70bn (£43.5bn) according to analysis by Middle East experts, with much of his wealth in British and Swiss banks or tied up in real estate in London, New York, Los Angeles and along expensive tracts of the Red Sea coast..../
His sons, Gamal and Alaa, are also billionaires. A protest outside Gamal's ostentatious home at 28 Wilton Place in Belgravia, central London, highlighted the family's appetite for western trophy assets.

I suspect the Mullahs and Sheiks are amassing quite a bit on oil. Not sure how Mubbers managed his £43 billion though as oil isn't their biggest biz.

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/feb/04/hosni-mubarak-family-fortune

Mubarak family fortune could reach $70bn, say expertsEgyptian president has cash in British and Swiss banks plus UK and US property
President Hosni Mubarak's family fortune could be as much as $70bn (£43.5bn) according to analysis by Middle East experts, with much of his wealth in British and Swiss banks or tied up in real estate in London, New York, Los Angeles and along expensive tracts of the Red Sea coast..../
His sons, Gamal and Alaa, are also billionaires. A protest outside Gamal's ostentatious home at 28 Wilton Place in Belgravia, central London, highlighted the family's appetite for western trophy assets.

I suspect the Mullahs and Sheiks are amassing quite a bit on oil. Not sure how Mubbers managed his £43 billion though as oil isn't their biggest biz.

I never undestand why these people steal so much from their country.

Just what are they going to do with it?

tim

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I never undestand why these people steal so much from their country.

Just what are they going to do with it?

tim

Saving for just such a day as today.

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I never undestand why these people steal so much from their country.

Just what are they going to do with it?

tim

You could equally ask what Bill Gates and Warren Buffet are going to do with it. In their cases, they are giving most of it to charity, once you get past your first billion, there's not much more that you can do with the cash. It's the act of making and amassing money itself that is the goal, rather than wanting to use it for any particular purpose.

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You could equally ask what Bill Gates and Warren Buffet are going to do with it. In their cases, they are giving most of it to charity, once you get past your first billion, there's not much more that you can do with the cash. It's the act of making and amassing money itself that is the goal, rather than wanting to use it for any particular purpose.

:lol::lol:

There are no such things as philanthropists. Bill Gates donated a large amount of money to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. As a tax scam and a method to advertse for Microsoft cheaply and help build and maintain microsoft monopolies.

For example millions is given for 'medical care' in developing nations. Which is essentially like grain dumping. It puts the locals out of business.

Or for microfinancing which again puts locals out of businesses.

The most insidious is the rice research program which is another front to dump on poor countries and patent rice al a monsanto.

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:lol::lol:

There are no such things as philanthropists. Bill Gates donated a large amount of money to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. As a tax scam and a method to advertse for Microsoft cheaply and help build and maintain microsoft monopolies.

For example millions is given for 'medical care' in developing nations. Which is essentially like grain dumping. It puts the locals out of business.

Or for microfinancing which again puts locals out of businesses.

The most insidious is the rice research program which is another front to dump on poor countries and patent rice al a monsanto.

Especially in the case of Warren Buffett I disagree. He does not believe in leaving his money to his children (leaving a dynasty), and when he dies he was going to give it away to charity anyway. By giving much of it away in his lifetime, he can see the benefit of his gift to humanity.

It is similar for Bill Gates. He wants to feel that he is the big man, giving so much to so many people and affecting their lives in a positive way makes him proud.

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His Misses is from Ponty.

Imagine the effect £70billion would have on house prices in the Valleys.

Mubarak Out! Mubarak Out! but not here like, go over there

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You could equally ask what Bill Gates and Warren Buffet are going to do with it. In their cases, they are giving most of it to charity, once you get past your first billion, there's not much more that you can do with the cash. It's the act of making and amassing money itself that is the goal, rather than wanting to use it for any particular purpose.

No they are NOT - you brainwashed (twit)

They give with one hand - take 10x times more with the other! It's all a front!

Gates/Buffet have Billions in speculative (one-way bet for them!!) Green/Green machinery plants & Eco project public rip-offs - all shares co-owner(ships) bought for peanuts in the 90's before the Elites rail-roaded the CO2 lies & carbon tax rip-off thru.

Let alone Microsoft - considering their exponential market grabbing monopoly on operating system/office the prices should have dropped to £10-£20 per pc over the years.

Worldwide he continues to rip ordinary people off!

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/feb/04/hosni-mubarak-family-fortune

Mubarak family fortune could reach $70bn, say expertsEgyptian president has cash in British and Swiss banks plus UK and US property
President Hosni Mubarak's family fortune could be as much as $70bn (£43.5bn) according to analysis by Middle East experts, with much of his wealth in British and Swiss banks or tied up in real estate in London, New York, Los Angeles and along expensive tracts of the Red Sea coast..../
His sons, Gamal and Alaa, are also billionaires. A protest outside Gamal's ostentatious home at 28 Wilton Place in Belgravia, central London, highlighted the family's appetite for western trophy assets.

I suspect the Mullahs and Sheiks are amassing quite a bit on oil. Not sure how Mubbers managed his £43 billion though as oil isn't their biggest biz.

$70bn would make the family about the richest in the world - Forbes listed the richest person as having a $53bn fortune.

Considering that most fortunes are tied up in huge corporations, such as Bill Gates, I remain slightly sceptical if the Mubaraks could have stashed away quite so much in real estate and bank accounts as the article suggests.

"Much of his money is in Swiss bank accounts and London property. "

The Duke of Westminster owns 300 acres of central London, the most expensive real estate going. He is worth about £6.5bn. This is less than a sixth of what they suggest the Mubaraks' wealth. The article is very light on details and it seems of fail to mention any property specifically, except a house probably worth about £6m. Sounds like shoddy cut'n'paste journalism.

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Let alone Microsoft - considering their exponential market grabbing monopoly on operating system/office the prices should have dropped to £10-£20 per pc over the years.

Worldwide he continues to rip ordinary people off!

A good point in regards to Microsoft. The huge wealth is derived from a huge monopoly, not competition,and needless to say M$ is located in Ireland for tax purposes.

His wealth was only gained by mugging every PC owner. If he was really generous he'd open source Windows, or provide free and only charge for support.

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:lol::lol:

There are no such things as philanthropists. Bill Gates donated a large amount of money to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. As a tax scam and a method to advertse for Microsoft cheaply and help build and maintain microsoft monopolies.

For example millions is given for 'medical care' in developing nations. Which is essentially like grain dumping. It puts the locals out of business.

Or for microfinancing which again puts locals out of businesses.

The most insidious is the rice research program which is another front to dump on poor countries and patent rice al a monsanto.

What absolute nonsense, how does helping to eradicate TB put people out of business or promote Microsoft?

I guess when you have the market abuse history of Gates you can do anything and still get slagged off for it. I'd rather the uber rich people like him do something for others than nothing. At least he didn't spend it on an art gallery or similar self titled folly.

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You could equally ask what Bill Gates and Warren Buffet are going to do with it.

Bill and Warren aren't going to end up an international pariah who struggle to find a country willing to let them enter when they eventually "retire".

tim

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I suspect the Mullahs and Sheiks are amassing quite a bit on oil. Not sure how Mubbers managed his £43 billion though as oil isn't their biggest biz.

I went to Egypt just before Xmas, and they certainly have gas. I went to a gas processing plant!

"Mubbers" is not too popular with his countrymen, and will probably retire to Saudi Arabia like Idi Amin! :o

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