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>> No. 448620 Anonymous
29th December 2021
Wednesday 10:38 pm
448620 Am I right ladm7s
What is mine, is mine. If I give up luxuries in the short term to gain luxuries in the long term e.g. saving for a 3k mountain bike, as opposed to the thief who takes it because of 'the system'.

Nobody has the right to infringe freedom of opinion and speech - 'Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers.'

People shouldn't be judged on their levels of melanin, disabilaty, ability or mental individuality. People should be allowed to progress beyond 'does my cock look good in a dress can I be Chief Inspector' see: Dick of The Yard.

Everyone has the right to a free market. People should be free to sell a product without taxation. Without slavery, no human should submit to slavery or chattel apropos Africa - ever since the Portuguese landed in the Congo, the Chinese communists are now enforcing slavery beyond any socialist 'worker' manifesto.

Q u r an 4:34 explicitly advocates violence against your wife for disobedience. The same violence should be allowed upon people that belive this, like in prisons - anyone that rapes women or children should be held in a pit and suffer their comuppance. Everyone should be allowed to wear clothing they feel comfortable in, beyond religious or government uniform.

Elon Musk has paid 11 billion in taxes, created an environment friendly vehicle (China holding the Lithium battery market though), developed above earth internet which makes fibre optics and 5g look archaic. This isn't something that would have happened under North Korean socialism.
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>> No. 448622 Anonymous
29th December 2021
Wednesday 11:05 pm
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>>448620
You're right on some points but Elon is the odd one out.
You still have the likes of Amazon holding workers in what amounts to slavery in all but name, whilst paying zero tax because they have the resources to move money wherever they want.
>> No. 448624 Anonymous
29th December 2021
Wednesday 11:25 pm
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No.
>> No. 448626 Anonymous
29th December 2021
Wednesday 11:34 pm
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>>448622
>You still have the likes of Amazon holding workers in what amounts to slavery in all but name

Amazon pays a living wage though? It was one of those things where as soon as Bernie brought it up Bezos just went "yeah, okay".
>> No. 448627 Anonymous
29th December 2021
Wednesday 11:36 pm
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>>448622

Nope, Musk sees the Bezos dick rocket. Musk is spending his time with Starlink, in 10 years there will be based internet around the world.
>> No. 448629 Anonymous
29th December 2021
Wednesday 11:47 pm
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Are you 14?
>> No. 448630 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 12:11 am
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>>448629

>Are you 14?

GETS MYOCARDITIS IN PORRIDGELAND
>> No. 448631 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 12:13 am
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>>448630
Hmm.
>> No. 448635 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 2:20 am
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11 billion is under 5% tax for Musk, eat the rich
>> No. 448636 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 7:38 am
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>>448635

You're including unrealised gains.

>>448626

Bezos resisted it for a while but then realised Amazon could afford it. Thus Amazon began to lobby the US government for the $15 minimum wage to stifle competition.
>> No. 448637 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 8:32 am
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>>448636
>You're including unrealised gains.
They're not really "unrealised" if he's turning them into money. Which, like a lot of super-wealthy people, he absolutely is.
>> No. 448638 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 8:52 am
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>>448636

I'm not, and even if I was, I have to pay tax on "unrealised" gains over my 20-whatever grand ISA limit, an amount he makes in literally seconds. I'm incalculably poorer than him, yet pay 45% more tax.
>> No. 448639 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 9:49 am
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>>448638
The ISA limit is what you can pay in per tax year, not the overall amount you can hold in them. If you're getting to get into this sort of discussion it helps if you know the absolute basics.
>> No. 448641 Anonymous
30th December 2021
Thursday 4:26 pm
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>>448639

What part of my post made you think I had got this wrong? Tax is also paid yearly, you know.
>> No. 448655 Anonymous
31st December 2021
Friday 9:44 am
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>>448641

He is saying that you can contribute at most £20k a year and you pay no tax on any gains from that money (whether it is realised or unrealised). If you put £20k into your S&S ISA right now, it went to a million and you sold, you'd pay no tax.

>>448637

>They're not really "unrealised" if he's turning them into money.

Yes, they are not unrealised if he is realising them. However, they are unrealised and you are including them.
>> No. 448702 Anonymous
31st December 2021
Friday 11:21 pm
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>>448655
>Yes, they are not unrealised if he is realising them. However, they are unrealised and you are including them.
Like I said, they're included because, as pointed out, he is, in fact, converting those gains into money. You can argue until the cows come home about whether that amounts to technically realising them, but the simple fact of the matter is that he has gains and is generating cash off the back of them.

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