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Real meritocracy at work

In Uncategorized on 24/11/2018 at 10:56 am

The real “natural aristocrats” not the PAP version as exemplified by the PAP yesterday.

Denise Coates

Ownself pay ownself 220m £220m last year but it’s her own money.

Bet365 was established by Ms Coates in 2000, when she started to transform a small chain of betting shops in Stoke in central England owned by her father Peter, into an online betting giant.

She realised punters were avoiding shops and betting on mobile devices. Meanwhile, online gambling bans in other major countries, such as the US, China and India, had made Europe home to the world’s biggest companies for placing wagers via the internet.

FT

Btw she has a first-class degree in econometrics from a red brick Uk university.

Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama

She

was born in Chicago’s South Side, to a poor but aspirational and tightly knit family who poured every spare dollar and iota of energy into their children — even while her father, a boiler engineer, struggled with multiple sclerosis. That parental support, along with her penchant for obsessive planning, propelled her to a selective “magnet” high school, then Princeton and Harvard Law School, on scholarships. She returned to Chicago as a lawyer at Sidley Austin, seemingly destined for a stable, prosperous, middle class life — a striking feat, in itself, for a black woman from the wrong side of the tracks.

Her life famously changed when she was asked to mentor another upwardly mobile black Harvard Law School student, Barack Obama.

Donald Trump

OK he became a billionaire because of pa’s money and connections. But remember his casinos etc went under and he had to sell his yacht and Trump One. But he reinvented himself as reality tv star, and with help from Deutsche Bank (His cos owed money to Wall St’s finest who didn’t want to know him after his cos went bankrupt) regained billionaire status, and then became POTUS beating the shit out of Hilary Clinton who behaved like a PAP aristocrat.

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