C'est la vie Robbie?
Whether one likes it or not; British ordinary people can learn much from the French; Especially with regard to the mobilisation of the masses.
Since the French President Francois Hollande has been elected he has honoured his pledge to make the wealthiest in France pay up to 75 % income tax.
And whilst the likes of Gerard Depardieu squeals about the injustices on the Belgian border and panders to the Russians for support, many are wondering when this radical wealth tax is to be introduced in Britain.
Why wouldn't the likes of Cheryl Cole, Simon Cowell 'Sir' Elton John and Sting (the music millionaires of the day) want to contribute? After all, how many mansions can one have?
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It comes down to a choice of what is morally right and wrong in the end doesn't it?
Take our very own Robbie Williams; although it is appreciated by sum regarding his charity work, it's not quite enough is it?
Especially in light of the fact that Robbie owns several cars including three Range Rovers, a Rolls Royce and a Bentley Azure. Not to mention his five mansions.
In any event, wouldn't the wealthiest in our country want to help out their fellow impoverished citizens from whence their multi-millions came?
They have a patriotic duty to do so.