Monday, 3 December 2012

Honesty is Fine; But very much out of Fashion.

Unbelievable but true. Thought you might find this interesting ?

Can you imagine working for a company that has only 635 employees, but has the following Employee Statistics.

29 have been accused of  abuse of their wife's.
7 have been arrested of fraud.
9 have been accused of writing bad checks.
17 have directly or indirectly bankrupted at least 2 businesses.
3 have done time for assault.
71 cannot get a credit card due to back credit.
14 have been arrested on drug-related charges.
8 have been arrested for shoplifting.
21 are currently defendants in lawsuits.
 and the last but not least!
84 have been arrested for drink driving in the last year.

Collectively these fine upstanding members of the British community, have cost the British Tax payer: £92,993,748 in expenses.

who are these pack of crooks? you may ask?

They are the 635 members of the House of Commons.

And now the only group that had any hope of keeping an eye ( be it on one eye) on them, the Free Press! is having it's wings clipped.

This group of crooks introduce new laws each year to keep us all in line.

On top of all of this! they receive one the best pension schemes in the country, whilst trying to ensure  that the working man has the worst!

These are of course British Politicians.
Do you think they are any different to the rest in the world? I doubt it! But that's for you to judge.

I leave you with this wee bit of advice;

Better Known than Trusted.



  1. Those are startling statistics - but I think the sad and sobering truth is that this sort of behaviour is pretty universal. I've lived in S. Africa and Ireland - in both my perception of politicians is that they are as self serving as they are out of touch with reality. (And don't get me started on how they helped destroy the economy!)

    1. Always a pleasure to hear from a lady with such a fine perception of the truth of politicians, who feel they have done no wrong!
      Thank you for your comment.Agman

  2. Great statistics. I love that cartoon - so true, isn't it?

  3. Good morning my friend, Yes it reminds me of a saying a Coptic priest used in his ceremony in the Sudan, "Truth may walk through the world unarmed" thank you for your comment, always good value. be well Agman


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