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I normally don't down tools and watch your interminable utubery, but the splash screen on this one suggests that Trump, Andy and Epstein .... well most people think so.

Charles on the other hand, for all his being a twallop, is usually seen as reasonably staid in his preferences, preferring a woman that resembles a horse, rather than children.

Well done Cav, especially seeing as you don't even speak the British language :)

 

 

Merry Xmas 🎄 🎄 🎄 🎅🏾 🎅 🎅🏻

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Cav, you really should check your sources, doing so, would go some way, to preventing you from appearing, so god awfully stupid.

From wikipedia, google it your self. ::

 

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Corsi began to work in banking and finance in 1981.[19] In 1995 he helped launch a mutual fund to invest in formerly communist Poland after the fall of the Soviet Union, which eventually lost $1.2 million, much of it from a group of about 20 Minnesota investors.[20][21] Some of the investors blamed the organizers, including Corsi, for their investment in the former Communist country. Two investors sued Corsi and his partners, claiming that the organizers had given their personal guarantee backing up the investment, and won judgments against them.[20] They did not collect from Corsi, because, as one investor claimed, the money "had been moved into his wife's name ... There was nothing to get out of him".[20] The FBI found no basis for bringing criminal charges.[20] Until his 2004 book, Corsi was a financial services marketing specialist.[22]

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4 hours ago, Coss said:

Cav, you really should check your sources, doing so, would go some way, to preventing you from appearing, so god awfully stupid.

From wikipedia, google it your self. ::

 

Career[edit]

Corsi began to work in banking and finance in 1981.[19] In 1995 he helped launch a mutual fund to invest in formerly communist Poland after the fall of the Soviet Union, which eventually lost $1.2 million, much of it from a group of about 20 Minnesota investors.[20][21] Some of the investors blamed the organizers, including Corsi, for their investment in the former Communist country. Two investors sued Corsi and his partners, claiming that the organizers had given their personal guarantee backing up the investment, and won judgments against them.[20] They did not collect from Corsi, because, as one investor claimed, the money "had been moved into his wife's name ... There was nothing to get out of him".[20] The FBI found no basis for bringing criminal charges.[20] Until his 2004 book, Corsi was a financial services marketing specialist.[22]

So not exactly the kind of guy I should trust with my pocket fluff?

 

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On 12/25/2019 at 1:31 AM, Coss said:

 

Well done Cav, especially seeing as you don't even speak the British language :)

 

 

Merry Xmas 🎄 🎄 🎄 🎅🏾 🎅 🎅🏻

My ancestors spoke the British language, but that was long ago, and we haven't spoke Welsh for at least three centuries.

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I think England will be fine post Brexit. I don't have a horse in that race. Europe has been tilting more right and more nationaist for a while now anyway. The next crash will make things more interesting. I think Germany will become a bit more introverted because of the money its people's will likely have to pay to support Greece (again), Italy and probably Spain after the crash as well. 

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47 minutes ago, chocolat steve said:

I think England will be fine post Brexit.

Just a small point guys, but it's not England who are leaving the EU (they can't as they are not a member of the EU) it's the UK that is leaving!

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1 hour ago, chocolat steve said:

I think Germany will become a bit more introverted because of the money its people's will likely have to pay to support Greece (again), ...

Dear Sir,

Germany so far made about 3 billion € net profit on the Greece-desaster due to paid interest by the Greeks and low refinance cost due to AAA - grade. To explain how much in total has been paid into various Greek accounts takes an hour or more plus another hour how much has been paid back already and by whom and where. Biggest share paid into Greece comes from the European " Rescue-umbrella " where Germany acts as a 29 % warrantor. Most of what you read about the Greek-package shows FOX-news quality.

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