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No one owns property in the play-pit Kim Jong Hickey lives.
Submitted by Mark Hubbard on Mon, 2012-03-26 05:15
Kim Jong Hickey is so far out on the Left now, he has not the slightest notion of property rights, and crosses over into advocacy of theft so quickly it takes your breath away. He and his mate Jesus Morgan, exemplify how far the West has fallen since 1776.
In this piece he examines how there has been a wealth shift in New Zealand defined - quite logically when you think about it - by age. Quoting:
Okay, interesting point. But that's never the point of El-Redistributor. The point is he believes this raises, quote, huge questions for politicians, policy makers and voters and the nature of these 'huge questions' becomes sadly evident in his summation:
As I commented on his thread:
It's evident from Kim Jong's post that there wasn't even a split second of hesitation in thinking this is someone's actual property, they own it, I've got no business advocating anything to do with it.
Report economics if you want, Kim Jong, but do so without your ruddy great nose stuck in everyone's life, and your thieving hand in their wallets. Because I can guarantee there's a whole bunch of politicians having wet dreams over offensive nonsense like this.
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