When I saw this in The Metro last week, I initially assumed it was a spoof, but it is actually a gloriously tasteless genuine advertisement:
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Pope Benedict XVI,
Humour? This is serious business. :)
James Higham is right (never thought I'd be typing those words). The Prophecy of the Popes claims that the last Pope will be "Peter the Roman". Peter Turkson also wrote a paper arguing for a global bank and financial system, a major part of the Book of Revelations. Apocalypse Now, my friends.
RA, come off it, JH left a perfectly amiable comment and you lay into him. Let's try and play fair here.
Yeah, you're right Mark, this isn't the forum for it. My apologies.
O/T But , you need to get stuck into thishttp://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2013/02/18/tax-tax-and-tax-again/#comment-166267Tine for some defenestration , a good guy normally but his guard has slipped here.
RA, ta for coming back.Vf, I left a fairly strident comment yesterday, Redwood actually responded. With possibly the most feeble argument ever (in other words a lie or an irrelevance), digging himself a few inches deeper.
agreed Mark , Tories never let one down ,do they?
Mark, was it even a KLN?
http://www.moneyweek.com/blog/location-properties-list-62719?comment=1,1 for another outing of the PWB.
B, Redwood claimed that "in many parts of London, a 2-bed flat costs more than £2 million" and I pointed out that even in Mayfair, you can buy 2-bed flats for less than £2 million.Redwood's counter-comment was "There are other expensive areas such as Chelsea, St Johns Wood and Notting Hill" or something like that. That's not a KLN, that is a lie by inference - in those places, you can snap up 2-bed flats for less than £1 million I believe.
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