Thursday 20 March 2014. Roll up, roll up, for the greatest magic show on Earth.
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Dear Mr Cameron,
Throughout history the only people who do not make a profit are the very people who produce it, the workers. A bank lending money to a business doesn't produce profit, it takes profit from the real investment of the labour and skills of the workers. Vulture capitalists don't produce profit, they just steal from the lives of the workers.
The £187 billion a year you gift out to the private sector for goods and services is money taken from tax payers, the wealth producers, who have already been ripped off at work and who then gift more of their money, paid in taxes, to, in some cases, the very same companies who have already exploited them for profit.
It's the greatest magic show on Earth and it doesn't end there. Having had the value of their labour twice ripped off, workers who cannot afford goods and services are then encouraged to go into debt to the money hoarders and to repay them, with added interest, for the privilege of not being paid enough money to get by on.
But we're not done yet. The great scamsters, government and corporations, don't want us to have our very own healthcare unless we're prepared to shell out even more of our money to people who want to cherry pick services for yet more profit for something they've had no part in creating in the first place. Who built and paid for the NHS, hedge fund bandits or ordinary people?
As you would quite rightly expect, I've saved the best till last, Mr Cameron. This is the Oscar winning, crowning glory of the great scam. All those workers and the unemployed, the sick and disabled and those broken by work are vilified, despised, hated, reviled and punished for their magnificent philanthropy to those who consider it their right and their god given place in the universe to rip them off. Even when these great philanthropists are dying in their tens of thousands, hounded and driven to death, some bastard, like Freud, says the poor should take the greatest risks as they have the least to lose, when the poor have always taken the greatest risks so that people like Freud can fill their boots with the rewards of robbing the poor. And, of course, we should be grateful for our privileged lives of servitude.
If that isn't the greatest magic show on Earth, then please do tell me what is? By the way, George (I cook the books) Osborne's shiny new 'resilient pound coin' that looks like a thruppenny bit - is he being ironic or just mocking us some more?