The Great Rabbit of Greece

http://www.mercatornet.com/articles/view/the-great-divorce

…As Piers Akerman said “the man responsible for turning around the failed Greek economy has bolted from two nations because they were led by two competent leaders who managed to prevent them going down the path of bankruptcy.”

Blue people badfeels.
He literally skipped the country, twice, to avoid them.

Ominous signs for Greece indeed. This anecdote, while amusing, has a serious side for some in the political class, mainly on the Left, a fundamental denial of economic reality is taking place…..

david tennant 10 lol laughing cracking up

People who don’t know r/K theory are starting to see it.
It’s such a beautiful exemplar of the theory I had to link.

It’s like the Jews abandoning Europe in its time of need, don’t let them back in. They made their choice and we must respect that. Treat them like adults. If you want to be a deserter, fine, but you aren’t welcome back here, it’s where you’re heading and your real country of origin if they’ll take you. I believe this open borders, citizen of the world nonsense is pure r-type, as it holds no consequences, duties or obligations to citizenship, like -I dunno – staying in the bloody country? It’s that, like, the FIRST thing?

Preppers have a very good point, the shit will hit the fan, take a brolly

What you reward, you cause.
If you reward the unproductive people, your economy is screwed.
If you kill off the golden goose, you dipshits deserve to die (financially speaking).

This is what happens when I get bored.

The Destruction Principle

http://captaincapitalism.blogspot.co.uk/2013/11/the-destruction-principle.html

In short, The Destruction Principle is:

“Worthless people, in order to validate their egos, but avoid any real work, will take the production, success, and work of others, villainize it, protest against it, and ultimately destroy it.  Not because other people’s production, success and work was evil, but because it is easier to destroy other people’s work that already exists, rather that build up something of genuine value yourself.”