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A questionable butterfly

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majorp
majorp
26 Oct 2018 22:16

Should people like the subject matter, because of their wealth, be allowed to stop the media from reporting on aledged crimes they may have committed? Or should we all be allowed to do it? In my opinion they should not. 

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majorp
majorp
28 Oct 2018 10:14

In a statement to a broadcaster, Philip green had this to say "As many people have said, Lord Hain's blatant disregard of a judgement made by three senior judges is outrageous." Lets anylize that statement. First---how many is many? Second----who were those three senior judges? and Three---- why would any judge want to stop (before it has started) an investigation into aledged misdemeanors.

There is more to this than meets the eye.

Is there something wrong with those three judges?

majorp
majorp
28 Oct 2018 13:12

He is now saying it was only"banter". If that was all it was, why did he seek and was granted a gagging order.

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S
S
01 Nov 2018 10:02

This is a difficult one because I think an NDA shouldn't be allowed to hide criminal activity but sometimes this is the only way a victim will see any justice if a pay off is included (if you can call a rich white man paying off a victim, justice). If a victim went to court they may not win, it costs a lot of money and takes a lot of time. 

 

I was made redundant and paid more than statutory but as part of that, I had to sign an agreement that said I wouldn't bad mouth the company or seek any further action through the courts. Ok not hiding harassment but it is a day to day business practice.

 

Philip Green is a businessman and treated this like any other business transaction. 

 

I am waiting for him to have his knighthood stripped from him!

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majorp
majorp
01 Nov 2018 11:03

What was your company up too? If you had to sign an agreement that you wouldn't bad mouth or seek further action. My personal opinion is "they had something to hide".

Was part of the shut your mouth "we will pay you more than statutory".

S
S
01 Nov 2018 12:10

Nothing that I knew of but I think it's a common standard redundancy agreement when you get a payoff.

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burneside
burneside
01 Nov 2018 13:30

@S

What has skin colour got to do with any of this?  Sounds a bit racist to me.

majorp
majorp
02 Nov 2018 09:30

Dangling a carrot is rife in society. Just going down to a lowly parking ticket, when you get one, they dangle a carrot.

Scapegoat
Scapegoat
02 Nov 2018 17:37

I believe that's  more a reference to "white privilege" burnside and not racism. 

burneside
burneside
02 Nov 2018 18:05

"White privilege" is term invented by lefties in order to make white people feel guilty about making a success of themselves.  

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Scapegoat
Scapegoat
02 Nov 2018 18:40

lol dream on lololol

 

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Scapegoat
Scapegoat
02 Nov 2018 18:41

Lefties is a term invented by people that can't handle the reality of facts lolololol

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