It was one of the producers of Jeremy Vine (@thejeremyvine) on BBC Radio 2.
He mumbled something about we’ve already got a guest saying similar to you. Yeah, right.
Question the great BBC or its people including the vast salaries and perks to BBC people and you are obviously a fascist and lunatic. So why did you call me?
That’s the last time I get asked on there then.
What ever happened to no bias? As if that was ever there.
It’s an apocryphal story that the morning after Tony Bliar and Gordon Clown were elected in May 1997, the corridors were full of empty champagne bottles. Clearly, they were right to party, as they did for the next 13 years under the arch Socialists.
As Lord Grade said on Newsnight a few weeks ago – The people in the BBC have forgotten the value of money. Of course, all Socialists and those who directly benefit from Socialism forget the value of money:
A. They don’t have to earn money
B. It’s not theirs that they spend
“The problem with socialism is that you eventually run out of other people’s money.” Margaret Thatcher 1925 – 2013
Oi, Maggie, no split infinitives please!
Of course, that wasn’t even my point. The point was high earners are not normally entrepreneurs. They are those listed in the tweet.
The real wealthy – paying little tax – are those gaining vast capital gains on property and shares in multinationals which pay no tax, as I also told him. He didn’t want to know.
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