Monday, December 17, 2012

The gift that keeps on giving

'Just don't bring a terrorist in the house': Family's warning to estate agent who then rented home to Abu Qatada

Just so that Mail readers can make a fair comparison between the value of homes in which American mass murderers and UK-based hate preachers live... •Terror preacher put up in £450,000 north London house without owner's knowledge •Landlady vows to evict 52-year-old and family, who are in property on six-month lease

Posted by mark wadsworth @ 10:51 AM (1382 views)
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6 thoughts on “The gift that keeps on giving

  • ‘he’d been told an American company were willing to pay a lot of money’

    No surprise there then, the agent was lying. I would sue them, lots and lots and then some more.

    An English man’s home…. is actually a terrorist’s.

    I bet the owners were gutted they will now have a void.

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Will, I hope you realise that the expression “An Englishman’s home is his castle” is a relatively new saying, and was cleverly propagated by the vested interests, as if to say “Don’t begrudge me my castle and vast estates, you’ve got one too!”

    It’s about as cynical as an African dictator saying “An African’s hand drawn cart is his bullet proof Mercedes”

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  • it beggars belief that one of the world most wanted ‘terrorists’ is on housing benefit living in an expensive north london suburb whilst ordinary families are on the brink

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  • MW,

    Are you calling me cynical?

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  • mark wadsworth says:

    Will, the people who invented this expression were complete cynics, those who blindly trot it out are possibly worse.

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  • crash bandicoot says:

    Do these journalists quote asking prices or selling prices? I imagine that the actual price paid for the house is irrelevent in this context.

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