Mr. Tea

Shub-Niggurath, Please
You know when people say "the PM doesn't rule, actually billionaire businessmen do"? I guess Sunak decided to make sure and cover both bases.
I know he made a lot of money (by normal person standards*) in his own right as a hedgie, but most of 'his' money is actually his wife's, isn't it? On account of her dad being some multi-billionaire steel magnate or something?


edit: *not yours, of course, as Dissensus's very own Wolf of Wall Street
 

IdleRich

IdleRich
I know he made a lot of money (by normal person standards*) in his own right as a hedgie, but most of 'his' money is actually his wife's, isn't it? On account of her dad being some multi-billionaire steel magnate or something?


edit: *not yours, of course, as Dissensus's very own Wolf of Wall Street

I believe that his wife is the real billionaire yes.
 

shakahislop

Well-known member
i read on wikipedia that he / they are the 222nd richest people in the UK

most dissensus posters are still above them in that list obviously
 

luka

Well-known member
wearing a shirt tucked into blue denim, Seinfeld trainers and some shit sunglasses being well aggressive in defence of Elron Musk
 

shakahislop

Well-known member
Indian, Pakistani, Bangladeshi elites can be a total nightmare sometimes, in terms of thier attitudes to poorer people. Can have a proper born to rule flavour, no sense of the injustices of inequality, no qualms about humiliating subordinates in public etc. Sometimes it seems to me that some of those attitudes remain in like third generation south asians in the UK and the US, but these kinds of statements are always a bit shaky obviously coz I don't know many people that fit into that category.
 
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