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December 10 2013

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I have an idea son, why don’t we drive to the nearest cliff and see if the law of gravity applies to you.

Reblogging for that fucking comment


FOAD if true.

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February 18 2013

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On Saturday, the pope said this:

“Let us ask the Lord to help us see through the superficial glitter of this season”

While wearing this

(via def shepherd: Great Moments In Juxtaposition: Pope Condemns ‘Superficial Glitter’)

Prada Boy

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February 12 2013

William Balfour-Ker - From the Depths , 1906

January 25 2013


December 06 2012


November 16 2012

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Just fly to one of your other houses
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September 16 2012


Wrong Direction’s “Disclosure” - A Full Frontal Freedom production (by FullFrontalFreedom)

Ta much, dear Edosan!

August 07 2012


Standard Chartered Bank accused of scheming with Iran to hide transactions | Business | The Guardian

British bank named in scathing report by regulators which claims SCB helped Iranian clients skirt US financial sanctions

July 27 2012


The World's Super-Rich have Stashed Trillion in Offshore Accounts (Mathiason) | Informed Comment

… - between $21 trillion and $32 trillion of financial assets is owned by High Net Worth Individuals in tax havens. This does not include real estate, art or jewels.

- a conservative 3% return on that $21tn taxed at 30% would generate $189bn – a figure easily eclipsing what OECD industrialised nations spend on overseas development aid.

- the top 50 private banks collectively managed more than $12.1tn in cross-border invested assets for private clients, including their trusts. This is up from $5.4tn in 2005.

- fewer than 10 million members of the global super-rich have amassed a $21tn offshore fortune. Of these, less than 100,000 people worldwide own $9.8tn of wealth held offshore.

Accompanying the Price of Offshore Revisited is a separate paper (which I co-wrote). It reveals that data used by individual countries to assess the gap between rich and poor is inaccurate. And as a result, inequality is far more extreme than policymakers realise.

This is because economists calculating inequality fail to include the vast majority of offshore cash in their findings. So the wealthy are far better off than the studies suggest.

In Inequality: you don’t know the half of it, eight of the world’s leading economists were asked whether offshore wealth was largely excluded from inequality studies. Ranging from the World Bank’s acting chief economist to academics at the Paris School of Economics and the Brookings Institute in the US, they all confirmed this was the case. …

July 22 2012


Wealth doesn't trickle down – it just floods offshore, new research reveals | Business | The Observer

A far-reaching new study suggests a staggering $21tn in assets has been lost to global tax havens. If taxed, that could have been enough to put parts of Africa back on its feet – and even solve the euro crisis


£13tn: hoard hidden from taxman by global elite | Business | The Observer

• Study estimates staggering size of offshore economy
• Private banks help wealthiest to move cash into havens

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