But we don’t have to accept the demands of monopolists.

Quite Joyous, the Tax Justice maniacs tell us that market competition between countries is a bad idea.

They also tell us that we don’t have to accept the demands of the monopolists.

But without competition between countries then government would be the monopolist, wouldn’t it? With demands?

5 thoughts on “But we don’t have to accept the demands of monopolists.”

  1. That’s a shit video by their normal standards, then I noticed this in the most recent accounts:

    “It is little more than two years since we faced a funding crunch that required directors to consider not taking their full salaries.”

    Good.

  2. Bloke in North Dorset

    That was dire. Content aside, I’d expect better presentation from a bunch of 8-year-old’s who’d just be shown how to use PowerPoint.

    I wonder if the music is licensed?

  3. They also tell us that we don’t have to accept the demands of the monopolists.

    Until they are the monopolists.

  4. I echo Noel and BiND bloody awful. I expectex at least a little argument to be made. Is that too much to ask? Even from them?

    And the apes on Murphy’s website: “insightful”. FFS, how can purely reasserting what you’ve claimed a million times over be insightful?

  5. I’m beginning to suspect that “pilgrim slight return” is a gimp that the potato has locked up in one of his spare bedrooms. Surely no one can be that arselicking.

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