Monday, November 30, 2009

File under: 'You couldn't make it up'

Go on, guess who:

"Whatever faith people had in the political process is now in tatters. I’ve seen that directly, on the doorstep, where people are rightly enraged. We can reverse the decline, but it requires genuine reform, not tinkering. You can’t legislate for decency, and in any case, if there’s a will to abuse power, there will always be a way. The only solution is a combination of openness and real local democracy."

Yes, this very evening, at St James' Church, Piccadilly, you can here all about the major challenges facing us, in particular the key question: "We face huge pressures and must make big decisions. How do we spend our collective wealth?"

So who is delivering this talk?

Yup, irony of ironies, non-dom Tory boy Zac Goldsmith, in the papers today over his tax status - is due to speak about these key issues this very evening.

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Philanthropist said...

It is not the government's wealth to spend, wealth belongs to the people. Less money in the hands of politicians is the best solution to economic problems.

Anonymous said...

i think your genitals are the solution of economic problems