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Unread postby J.A.D.E » 26 Apr 2011 10:22

Think of it as a national charity.
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Unread postby sazhazey » 26 Apr 2011 10:40

You ever heard the saying charity starts at home?
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Unread postby robi » 26 Apr 2011 10:54

sazhazey wrote:You ever heard the saying charity starts at home?


Exactly

J.A.D.E wrote:Think of it as a national charity.


But how can one give charity to another country when its own country is on it knees and in billion pounds of debt, we need to sort our own finances out before we can entertain helping out other countries.
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Unread postby J.A.D.E » 27 Apr 2011 07:22

Robi wrote:
sazhazey wrote:You ever heard the saying charity starts at home?


Exactly

But how can one give charity to another country when its own country is on it knees and in billion pounds of debt, we need to sort our own finances out before we can entertain helping out other countries.


Let me quote my earlier reply again...

J.A.D.E wrote:It is more like giving a bit to charity though you have a mortgage.

Secondly, it has to do with economics. For example Japan economy falls to the recent disaster, then it would affect the world as a whole from manufacturing to steel to oil. So it is better for every country to play a stabilising role to their own indirect benefit.


Would you ever come to a stage wherein you can declare "My country is now in order. So we can begin Charity!". Absolutely never.

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and just to put things into perspective...The Royal Wedding is going to cost the UK economy about £5bn. Debt ridden economy, huh?
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Unread postby Richazey » 27 Apr 2011 10:21

Don't get me started on that, you ask the majority of the British Taxpayers what they think of that!!!

You will get the same reply, waste of tax payers money. :x
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Unread postby Gaz » 27 Apr 2011 12:34

Royal shambles, the royal family is nothing more then a gloreified tourist attraction
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Unread postby robi » 27 Apr 2011 19:44

The Royal Wedding us tax payers are footing the bill for it tell me where is the charity in that?
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Unread postby Richazey » 28 Apr 2011 00:18

The charity is we get the day off :D

Seriously 90% of Uk people dont want to foot the bill for either the wedding or the olympics next year.
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Unread postby fiona1964 » 28 Apr 2011 07:17

Richazey wrote:The charity is we get the day off :D

Seriously 90% of Uk people dont want to foot the bill for either the wedding or the olympics next year.


I agree with this and we have to put up with the wedding been on TV from 8am till 10pm tomorrow
and as Rich said 90% of people do not want to pay the bill for it as the money could be used for better things
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Unread postby Joel » 29 Apr 2011 08:14

sazhazey wrote:And how do they get that money joel?

Via taxing its people in other words me


Oh i see.. I didn't know that.
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