The two faces of Theresa May

You little people pay tax.  Us big people don’t. You might vote for Brexit, but if it doesn’t pay enough return, then you’re not having it.

The EU is great for corporate corruption, so stop rebelling peasants.   The EU is good, OK?

With thanks to The Independent newspaper for giving us so much information on how the Prime Minister will not collect one penny of tax when it affects her own income.

I add a picture of revolting peasants from an earlier period in our history.

https://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/politics/theresa-may-philip-may-amazon-starbucks-google-capital-group-philip-morris-a7133231.html?fbclid=IwAR2lCgXisvv4N75gVuyO0tqBrhfmLLgoLhv519Nl7VJ0I7Qc-7IA1x9HGts

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One Response to “The two faces of Theresa May”

  1. Protestant says:

    What a marvellous drawing of the peasants! Who is the artist, and which revolt does it represent? Even the horse is beautifully done, and the Englishmen’s determined expressions show the meaning of that old saying, “Beware the wrath of a patient man!”

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