Low Achievers Hating the Rich!

Posted on April 15, 2016

One of the more odious things I witnessed on the news this week was Alan Duncan MP, brown-nosing David Cameron by claiming that, “The Prime Minister’s critics really just snap out of the synthetic indignation and admit that their real point is that they hate anyone who has got a hint of wealth in them?”

He went on to rant about “low-achievers who hate enterprise, hate people who look after their own family and know absolutely nothing about the outside world.”

I really don’t understand why people like Alan Duncan have a problem with people whom he accuses of being low-achievers, as if we were all sociopathic high-achievers learning millions from dubious banking activity and stashing it offshore, there would not be enough money to go around and the HMRC would be operating at a zero level of tax income.


Boot Licker: Alan Duncan

It is more a case of the super-rich hating everyone and demonstrating their hatred by clinging on to every penny and relentlessly avoiding letting any of it go anywhere, including to the HMRC.

There may be some haters of the very wealthy but generally, and Alan Duncan and his type don’t get this, all the majority of working people want, is some kind of parity in the tax system and an end to the gravy train that allows the avoidance of income and corporation tax.

It’s that simple but Alan Duncan just doesn’t get it, he would prefer to to believe it is a class war based on seething resentment.

I have only once come across mega-wealthy banking types and that was at a quiz night many years ago and the dislike seemed to be emanating from them towards others minding their own business with the only other thing I noticed was a desire to be overtly raucous without any real reason to be.

I didn’t speak to them so, I wont judge any further but I do know two people who have worked directly with these types and they tell remarkably similar accounts of seething hatred, back-stabbing, meanness for the shear pleasure of it and a lack of any social empathy.

Striving for super-wealth and then jealously protecting it is a mental condition that is associated with psychopathic disorders and personally, I think the hatred comes from the super-rich and any hatred aimed back at them could be simply resolved by the payment of taxes at the rates set below; they are quite clear.

Band Rate Income after allowances 2016 to 2017
Starting rate for savings 10% (0% from 2015 to 2016) Up to £5,000
Basic rate 20% Up to £32,000
Higher rate 40% £32,001 to £150,000
Additional rate 45% Over £150,001

Corporation Tax on Company profits: 20%

The irony of Alan Duncan’s speech is that it was full of seething, sociopathic paranoia, and was an obvious desperate attempt at defending neo-liberalism that has dominated the modern Conservatives and New Labour before them.

If anyone knows about hatred, it is a sad little boot licker like him.


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