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spygirl

Grace Blakeley is pretty...

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She's all over the So-Called BBC and Sky where they're promoting her as a financial author
 
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I know. Which is particularly galling for me. My book on People's QE was published in the UK in June and has just been published in the US. Where are my invitations to appear on the So-Called BBC and Sky as a financial author

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I switched off from teh amazon blurb at this point

'A must-read polemic about why the 'recovery' from the 2007-08 crash mostly benefited the 1%, and how democratic socialism can save us from a new crash '

 

Democratic socialism has created the new crash thanks to chubby brown and his socialist bail outs of the 1%.I genuinely don't know where they find these people.Clearly not under the first rock they look under.

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7 hours ago, spygirl said:

She would get it though...

and in true Marxist style I bet she’s redistributed it around too.

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6 hours ago, sancho panza said:

I switched off from teh amazon blurb at this point

'A must-read polemic about why the 'recovery' from the 2007-08 crash mostly benefited the 1%, and how democratic socialism can save us from a new crash '

 

Democratic socialism has created the new crash thanks to chubby brown and his socialist bail outs of the 1%.I genuinely don't know where they find these people.Clearly not under the first rock they look under.

It was that idiot Brown, masquerading as democratic socialist, who created 2008.

No it didnt start in the US. It was Browns fuckwittery that caused all the junk US products to be created in London - see AIG

 

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7 hours ago, sancho panza said:

I switched off from teh amazon blurb at this point

'A must-read polemic about why the 'recovery' from the 2007-08 crash mostly benefited the 1%, and how democratic socialism can save us from a new crash '

 

Democratic socialism has created the new crash thanks to chubby brown and his socialist bail outs of the 1%.I genuinely don't know where they find these people.Clearly not under the first rock they look under.

Leave me out of it. I was royally screwed like the rest of the working saps (I use that word loosely)

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Noticed Grace from her early appearances on BBC Newsnight,  BBC This Week, BBC Politics Live, BBC Question Time,  ITV Peston, and the newspaper review shows on BBC and Sky.

Not able to comment on her intellect or financial acuity, but I suspect she has lip fillers now, along with upgraded breasts.

On 28/06/2019 at 20:25, Bedrag Justesen said:

OMG !!!

I just knew somebody would miss Newsnight. Moved it to 7pm for Glastonbury.

Grace Blakeley looks stunning, possibly new tits. :x

Dia Chakravarty, Isabel Hardman, Isabel Oakeshott, Maya Goodfellow, are more than acceptable.

Afua Hirsch, Faiza Shaheen, if only they weren't so annoying.

Don't normally like gingers but Ella Whelan is appealing.

Favourite has to be Olivia Utley at the moment, not immediately obvious, but deceptively superb tits.

 

Image result for olivia utley

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58 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Shes gone back to being a speccy left wing munter

 

https://order-order.com/2020/02/07/iain-dale-walks-off-gmb-set-left-wing-hectoring/

That's her Kara Danvers (aka Supergirl) cover. :P

I know nothing of her or any of the stuff above as I've not bothered watching it, but as this thread is targeting her looks then surely she should be commended for not being the muffin top obese woman normalised as healthy.

Make you mind up dosbods, are pretty and fit girls still the golden zone we should be encouraging through healthy appreciation and not stalker type scrutiny? 

Though if women took more care of their health then they may expect the men to do the same. :ph34r:

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I’ve got several thousand pounds in overdrafts, credit card debt, and other loans. I’ve also got to save up to pay tax on my freelance work, which will set me back several thousand pounds. I’ve almost saved enough, but I’m still a few hundred pounds short. There are loads and loads of numbers going around my head every second of every day and it’s stressing me the fuck out.

I’ve set up a budget and left a small bit of money for “fun” every month – whether that’s going out, buying something nice or whatever, so I don’t get really depressed. By my calculation, it’s going to take at least a year of shit living, if not more, until I’m near to being debt free. Am I fucked? Is there something I can do to spread out the debt? I’ve looked into consolidation loans, credit cards, etc, and it’s so overwhelming. I also don’t want to mess with my credit score, which at the moment is "fair".

 

I can’t stop thinking about this every day, how terrible the next year is going to be, how crippled I am. I work a full-time job and shouldn’t be in this position, but this is exactly where I am, and I need to know how to deal with it!

Thanks,

Off you go, gracey

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/qjd3p7/how-to-get-out-of-debt

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12 hours ago, spygirl said:

I’ve got several thousand pounds in overdrafts, credit card debt, and other loans. I’ve also got to save up to pay tax on my freelance work, which will set me back several thousand pounds. I’ve almost saved enough, but I’m still a few hundred pounds short. There are loads and loads of numbers going around my head every second of every day and it’s stressing me the fuck out.

I’ve set up a budget and left a small bit of money for “fun” every month – whether that’s going out, buying something nice or whatever, so I don’t get really depressed. By my calculation, it’s going to take at least a year of shit living, if not more, until I’m near to being debt free. Am I fucked? Is there something I can do to spread out the debt? I’ve looked into consolidation loans, credit cards, etc, and it’s so overwhelming. I also don’t want to mess with my credit score, which at the moment is "fair".

 

I can’t stop thinking about this every day, how terrible the next year is going to be, how crippled I am. I work a full-time job and shouldn’t be in this position, but this is exactly where I am, and I need to know how to deal with it!

Thanks,

Off you go, gracey

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/qjd3p7/how-to-get-out-of-debt

Spygirl,you need to give a flavour of the reply.

I've left out paras 1-4 for reasons of space,I copy paras 5-10 .Remember she'sd meant to be giving advice to a youngster worried about his debts.(obviously,privately educated/PPE Oxford,Grace likely has little real experience of money troubles because then she'd know that if you don't make your monthly payment your interest rate goes up and the penalites mount).

The amazing thing is that insterad of giving him any direct advice,she goes on about austerity for pretty mucht eh whole piece.Then in the middle of it,tells him to go to the Citizens advice.

Labour are truly screwed if people like her are their future.

Enjoy.

'The government’s response to the crash was austerity, and look where that got the country. That was an ideological choice, and that ideology is also behind your debt problem. The ideology that drove austerity, and that is causing so much hardship for people all around the country, is that debt repayment is the single most important responsibility of any individual or society. Feeding children, investing in infrastructure, saving the planet from irreversible catastrophe – these small matters can wait until those all important debts have been paid off.

Modern, financialised capitalism works by feeding off our guilt and fear. You feel like you can’t buy yourself something nice or go out with your friends because you are made to believe that your single greatest responsibility is working hard to pay off your debts. This constant anxiety is terrible for our mental health as workers – no wonder poorly paid, precarious young people experience such severe mental health problems. But it works very well for the people at the top, who make their money from our hard work, our rents and our interest payments.

 

Dealing with this stuff can be profoundly isolating – that’s the point. It serves the interests of the powerful that those who struggle with debt are made to feel anxious, depressed and ashamed. It’s not hard to see why an exploitative system like capitalism thrives off our isolation from one another. If we felt connected to one another, we might start to realise that we can work together to make things different.

In the short term, you can speak to Citizen’s Advice, which provides support in dealing with “problem debts”, but long-term the only sustainable way to reduce any debt burden – whether public or private – is to increase incomes. That’s why austerity didn’t work, and it’s why you’re struggling so much now – you’re not doing anything wrong, it’s just an impossible situation.

If understanding this makes you angry, then the best way to respond is to join together with others who have faced similar problems. Is there a union in your line of work? If so, reach out to it. If not, you could join a general union, which may also be able to provide you with advice in dealing with your debts and support in your relationship with your employers. By engaging with the labour movement, you’ll not only increase your power relative to your employer(s), you’ll also find support and solidarity from those who have faced similar struggles.

The powerful want working people to feel powerless in the face of a system that treats them as though they are only worth as much as their next paycheque. "Can’t pay your debts? Try being less lazy." But they know as well as we do that no amount of extra work or saving can change the way the system works – only by coming together, realising our collective power, and demanding change can we fix our broken economy. The most important thing to take from this experience is that you’re not alone, and that things do not have to be this way.'

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Daily Mail refers to her as 'Grace the Moet marxist'

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-7982709/Relentless-rise-Grace-Moet-Marxist-34-000-year-school-TV-rants-Iain-Dale.html

Relentless rise of Grace the Moet Marxist: From a £34,000-a-year school to TV rants at Iain Dale, how the outspoken 26-year-old has become a poster girl for Corbyn's failed policies

  • Grace Blakeley found fame in 2018 as an outspoken defender of Jeremy Corbyn 
  • Rant to Iain Dale on Good Morning Britain prompted him to walk off set live on air
  • Th 26-year-old has amassed a whopping 100,000 followers on Twitter  

By James Heale For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 01:30, 9 February 2020 | Updated: 12:21, 10 February 2020

She is the ardent Corbynista whose vitriolic rant prompted broadcaster Iain Dale to storm off the set of Good Morning Britain last week.

But for author and ex-public schoolgirl Grace Blakeley, it was confirmation of her status as the poster girl of the Labour Party’s flawed policies.

Mr Dale walked out of the studio on live TV as he accused her of ‘closing him down’ during a discussion about the care of mentally ill teenager Jonty Bravery, who threw a child from the tenth floor of the Tate Modern in London.

A former research fellow for Left-wing think tank the Institute for Public Policy Research, Miss Blakeley found fame in 2018 as an outspoken defender of Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership.

Grace Blakeley is the ardent Corbynista whose vitriolic rant prompted broadcaster Iain Dale to storm off the set of Good Morning Britain last week

Her pithy socialist rhetoric and liberal use of profanity have seen her amass 100,000 followers on Twitter, propelling the 26-year-old to social media pre-eminence.

On polling day she uploaded a sultry selfie of herself posing in a bathroom mirror captioned: ‘Vote Labour, get laid.’

Appointed economics commentator at Labour’s house magazine The New Statesman in January 2019, she left after just nine months and is now a staff writer at Tribune – the socialist journal once edited by Michael Foot – while also sitting on Labour’s National Policy Forum overseeing policy development.

Her first book, entitled Stolen: How To Save The World From Financialisation, was panned for containing numerous errors that had to be corrected for its second edition. Forbes writer Frances Coppola wrote a damning review, asking: ‘How on earth can someone write a book about “financialisation” without apparently even a rudimentary understanding of how banks work?’

Mr Dale walked out of the studio on live TV as he accused her of ¿closing him down¿ during a discussion about the care of mentally ill teenager Jonty Bravery, who threw a child from the tenth floor of the Tate Modern in London
 
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Mr Dale walked out of the studio on live TV as he accused her of ‘closing him down’ during a discussion about the care of mentally ill teenager Jonty Bravery, who threw a child from the tenth floor of the Tate Modern in London

She said: ‘My main aim for the book was for people to read a broadly Marxist take on economics and think “I get this,” even if they didn’t agree.’

Her hard-Left views and remorseless criticisms of moderates inside the Labour Party have thus earned her the sobriquet ‘Moet Marxist’ in place of the more traditional ‘champagne socialist’.

She was educated at prestigious Home Counties boarding school Lord Wandsworth College, which costs £34,650 per year for a full-time senior boarder, before spending 12 months at The Sixth Form College in Farnborough.

She is now a staff writer at Tribune – the socialist journal once edited by Michael Foot – while also sitting on Labour’s National Policy Forum overseeing policy development

Miss Blakeley then followed in the footsteps of the then Labour Party leader Ed Miliband by reading philosophy, politics and economics at St Peter’s College, Oxford, and subsequently pursued a master’s Degree in African Studies at nearby St Antony’s College.

While at Oxford, Miss Blakeley wrote and performed her own music, and a YouTube video of her playing her love song Tear Me To Pieces has attracted 37,000 views – mainly from legions of adoring Corbynista fans. Her admirers wrote comments underneath such as: ‘Power to the people!’ and ‘Coming off listening to her talk about Breton Woods [sic] and now listening to this... I’ve never been more attracted to someone.’'

 

Just now, spygirl said:

I t was meant to be a surprise!

 

xD fair paly.I was surprised.....stunning.

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A Marxists whos attended a 35k public school, studied for a PPE at Oxbridge  ...

You can see why all the Labour MPs want to shutdown private schools - they must be spendign a fortune sending their kids to them, away from the oiks and migrants at the Comp...

Where as heres Ashfields new MP.

Used to be miner, worked as the old Labour MPs assistant.

Yet is now a Conservative MP ...

 

Real end of the worlds feel about it.

 

 

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17 minutes ago, spygirl said:

One of the most expensively educated wimmin in the UK.

https://order-order.com/2020/08/05/grace-blakeleys-pret-a-mess-up/

Even my feckless sister is not hat stupid. Lazy yep.

It's David Cameron and the shut-down Cornish pasty shop all over again. 

"I wanna live like Common People.  I wanna do whatever common people do................."

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