Thursday, 15 November 2012


Another rich man's house went up in flames. First there was the house in what is known has 'Billionaires Row' in London. Now this, millions of pounds worth of damage caused as Grade 1 listed building is devastated by blaze of fire in Devon, England.

The aristocratic estate, Sydenham House, a 17th century stately home set in 1,200 acres; was owned by a Graeme Hart.

The first Graeme Hart listed on the internet is from New Zealand and he is reported to be the second richest person in Australasia. [2] Here we go, Graeme and Hillary Hart were featured in the media in 2007, to do with a game shoot. They're also mentioned in an article about breeding golden retrievers as gun dogs, in that article is wife has the title of Dr.  [5]Has we know, these estates can make a lot of money with their shoots for the rich.

A second hand car dealer that I know, used to spend 15,000 a year on shooting, and that was in the 90's. Has the poor used to say in the UK, 'How the other half live'. While the wealthy waste such money on gun sports, the poor became poorer.

A Graeme Hart is listed has having been involved in accountancy firms in the South of England, and the last appointment terminated was on the 10th of June, 2011. [4]

Did they get the message? As the bible states the LORD's rebuke comes with fire.

What else is in the news? The poorest president in the world and he had this to say to world leaders.

I'm called 'the poorest president', but I don't feel poor. Poor people are those who only work to try to keep an expensive lifestyle, and always want more and more," he says.

"This is a matter of freedom. If you don't have many possessions then you don't need to work all your life like a slave to sustain them, and therefore you have more time for yourself," he says.

"I may appear to be an eccentric old man... But this is a free choice."

The Uruguayan leader made a similar point when he addressed the Rio+20 summit in June this year: "We've been talking all afternoon about sustainable development. To get the masses out of poverty.

"But what are we thinking? Do we want the model of development and consumption of the rich countries? I ask you now: what would happen to this planet if Indians would have the same proportion of cars per household than Germans? How much oxygen would we have left?
"Does this planet have enough resources so seven or eight billion can have the same level of consumption and waste that today is seen in rich societies? It is this level of hyper-consumption that is harming our planet."

Mujica accuses most world leaders of having a "blind obsession to achieve growth with consumption, as if the contrary would mean the end of the world".

What a difference between the two different men, their values and their lifestyles. 







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