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Jim Sillars oh fire here. Audience member "Money doesn`t grow on trees", Jim "Oh yes it does, it is called QE". He then went on to discuss the funny money operations of the BOE/Treasury magic money circle jerk. Dimbleby nearly got out of his seat to stop him :lol: His End of Empire speech was pretty good too.

On the Lib Dem guy accused of making women "feel very uncomfortable" Jim says "I don`t think in terms of the problems facing humanity this is the biggest concern we have" :lol:

Daft bints now talking about "oppression" and "man power"

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Best one in a long time IMO, the audience seemed switched on to a lot of stuff that gets debated on here? Too many great points to mention, but the demonization of the poor to take attention off the tax dodging 1% stood out, as did talk of rent controls, wage inflation and house prices (quickly shut down :lol:) and "taking money out of the pockets of landlords" by cutting HB being a good road to go down. No wonder Dimbleby looked to be sweating a bit at the end!

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There was quite a good rant from a guy in the audience about landlords, corporate welfare and tax evaders, when the debate was on welfare. Was worried he might have had a coronary.

Notice the informed panellist (on QE) - Jim Sillar? - being 'stopped' by Dimbleby.

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There was quite a good rant from a guy in the audience about landlords, corporate welfare and tax evaders, when the debate was on welfare. Was worried he might have had a coronary.

Notice the informed panellist (on QE) - Jim Sillar? - being 'stopped' by Dimbleby.

Oh yes, he is under strict orders to stop the curtain being pulled back too far, but in these days of the internet it is pretty easy for someone to educate themselves if they want? (Here would be a good start)

Great rant from the guy at the back, he seemed to know his facts and figures, shut the compere up for a minute anyway :lol:

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Oh yes, he is under strict orders to stop the curtain being pulled back too far, but in these days of the internet it is pretty easy for someone to educate themselves if they want? (Here would be a good start)

Great rant from the guy at the back, he seemed to know his facts and figures, shut the compere up for a minute anyway :lol:

Good one, that's Dimbleby through and through.

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There was quite a good rant from a guy in the audience about landlords, corporate welfare and tax evaders, when the debate was on welfare. Was worried he might have had a coronary.

Notice the informed panellist (on QE) - Jim Sillar? - being 'stopped' by Dimbleby.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b03sfvg8/Question_Time_23_01_2014/

Welfare debate and landlords raking it in starts at 33 minutes.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b03sfvg8/Question_Time_23_01_2014/

Welfare debate and landlords raking it in starts at 33 minutes.

Meanwhile the truth is landlords that live by the sword die by the sword. I had an uncle landlord that lost all his money on ''Benefit Street''. These sort of houses do not appreciate in value, the tenants wreck them and it is laughable to think that welfare tenants are going to put the rent before chain smoking.

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