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Life, & liberty, & the pursuit of happiness. Principles over partisanship. Libertarian.
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Mark Apr 18
Sign The Petition - Let's Get Jacob Rees Mogg To Run For Leader
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Mark 22h
"The whole gospel of Karl Marx can be summed up in a single sentence: Hate the man who is better off than you are." - Henry Hazlitt
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I get some curious visits on my LinkedIn profile. British Cyber Defence experts and US DoJ employees most recently...... It's a strange old world. Who knew that the ideas of liberty would provoke such interest. 🤷🏻‍♂️
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Mark Jan 16
The tale of two nations South Korea chose Capitalism Venezuela chose Socialism In 1970 S. Korea's GDP Per Capita was just 25% of Venezuelas By 2014 the S. Koreans were 88% richer! Despite S. Korea having no natural resources & Venezuela having the worlds largest oil reserves
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Mark 22h
Thinks I'm cool doesn't he
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Mark 22h
"The whole gospel of Karl Marx can be summed up in a single sentence: Hate the man who is better off than you are." - Henry Hazlitt
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Mark 22h
If only we had capitalism in the UK Capitalism is voluntary trade between two or more parties without government interference... Government spending accounts for 42% of GDP Our economy is highly regulated We're highly taxed ...sure, blame capitalism🙄
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Mark Apr 18
Sign The Petition - Let's Get Jacob Rees Mogg To Run For Leader
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Mark Apr 18
They do say plagiarism is the sincerest form of flattery..... 🍻
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Mark Apr 18
“Since this is an era when many people are concerned about ‘fairness’ and ‘social justice,’ what is your “fair share” of what someone else has worked for?” – Thomas Sowell
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Mark Apr 17
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Mark Apr 17
Subsidised with what? Taxpayers money? From where? Capitalism.... 👏
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Mark Apr 17
3 questions I always ask Where are the poor, poorest? In market, or centrally planned economies? In which have the majority of technological & medical innovations come from? market, or centrally planned economies? In which do citizens have greatest civil liberties? Pierre?
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Mark Apr 17
..... the evil age of "neoliberalism" that lifted most of the worlds population out of extreme poverty. Grrr!
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Mark Apr 17
Still waiting for that economic apocalypse we were promised by the liberal (fascist) elites...... Unemployment rate falls to 4.2%, lowest since 1975 Employment rate highest since records began in 1971 Public sector pay up 2.5% Private sector pay up 2.3%
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Mark Apr 17
Imagine you & I live on 2 separate Islands Island A, I only earn $10 million, other Islanders earn more than $1bn Island B, you earn $1k all other Islanders also earn $1k According the Gini coefficient I'd be in poverty, while you in perfect equality That's why it's BS!
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Mark Apr 16
Replying to @Bettybo83840625
Doesn't help, sure, but is it the root cause? Most definitely not.
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Mark Apr 16
The only ones left wanting a second referendum on EU membership are the self-loathing, uninspirational, collectivist and state worshiping dullards. Leaving the EU will open the door to a very prosperous Britain! 🇬🇧
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Mark Apr 16
This is what happens when you limit what & where you can build houses, and regulate the house building industry to such an extent, that even the cheapest new builds are unaffordable to most. Thanks central planners, great job! 👏
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