The leftie luvies, Ben Kingsly, Noel Clarke and Tom Felton, have banded together, donned trendy hoodies and made a short film extolling the virtues of mugging the bankers for a 0.05% tax on transactions between financial institutions.
Amongst the trendy luvvies who are supporting Nu-Labour’s ‘bash the bankers’ campaign by acting in this film is one Tom Felton – better known as Draco Malfoy of Harry Potter fame.
“Taking just a little from rich financial organisations could transform the lives of people in the UK whose jobs, homes and public services are under threat because of the economic crisis.”
Ah, indeed you hypocritical shite.
You were the first to flee the UK when the government threatened to take ‘just a little’ from your coffers to transform the lives of people in the UK, weren’t you?
Why else did you buy my house in France if not to benefit from the lower tax rates for artistes in France – all that is needed to be ‘tax resident’ in France is that you own a home there.
You have never maintained that home, never set foot in it, ruined it in fact and blighted the life of the neighbours – the only sign of life is the bank statement that arrives each month to prove your entitlement to call yourself ‘tax resident’ in France.
Or is taking ‘just a little’ from ‘rich financial organisations’ somehow different in your little moral code from taking ‘just a little’ from rich teenagers to transform the lives of people in the UK.
I haven’t forgiven you yet, you ‘orrible little hypocrite. You want to help poor people ‘at home and abroad’ – then do something with your house – let the homeless use it. Summer holidays carp fishing for ‘Big Issue ’sellers, that might impress me.
Ms Raccoon deeply regrets the lapse into rant-mode on this occasion, but Draco Malfoy lecturing anyone on the benefits of paying more in tax is an antagonism too far.