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    I'm passed caring. My family is wealthy and I've tried to say we should leave the EU and push for change as a sovereign nation ruling 100% of itself yet when you tell this to people they would rather listen to the **** spouted by the politically driven media. The poor and lower middle classes will get what they deserve to be quite blunt about it - income inequality will continue to increase yet people due to being brainwashed will accept it.

    Why should people bother? No point in me stressing out about it trying to invoke change. Rather do my thing now and sod off to a country with common sense like Australia or Canada. When the UK fully turns into the EU's cesspit you'll only have yourselves to blame. Merkel will love it as will the majority of the EU that loathe Britain.
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    Much prefer criminality tbh. Gives us much more of a buzz and sense of satisfaction than the workplace/the bennies could ever provide.
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    Last night's edition that included "Silver" who has the bling & rides around on a scooter.
    He got his benefits doubled due to inability to work / illness.

    Maybe I don't understand but surely this is an incentive to get & remain sick?
 
 
 
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