Written by queen mudder
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Topics: Labour, philip green

Sunday, 12 August 2007

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Laughing all the way to the bank: fraudster slave labourer Philip Green

London - (Ass Mess): One of the UK's most successful fraudsters men is profiting from Asian workers paid less than £1 a day to make clothes for his latest Kate Moss range for Topshop.

Green stole the £5 billion Topshop empire from a business portfolio deal brokered by Goldam Sax after Gorgon Brown tipped him the wink that the UK's New Labour Party had stitched up the rightful owners of the clothing group by framing them for their own 9/11 atrocity crimes.

And now sweatshops supplying Monaco=based mobster gangster Philip Green, are employing hundreds of Asians in Mauritius where they work for 16 hours a day, seven days a week.

Most of these were lured by Green with promises of riches beyond their wildest dreams in exchange for a 'jobseekers' fee' of £1,000 which is automatically deducted from their first two years' wages.

But the reality of the situation is that workers then receive 22p per day until their debt is cleared.

Green also charges them interest at 25% which has to be paid off after the 'capital sum' has been cleared.

This way most workers are indentured to his loathsome high street tat empire for a minimum of ten years.

The scheme is the brainchild of Gorgon Brown's mate at Goldman Sax, Gavyn Davies, who made a billion in the City by flogging off stolen assets on the say-so of the them Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Green was interviewed by UK press reporters about these allegations this week.

His only printable comment was "Fuck off you commie bastards or I'll smash yer face in!"

Lord Levy is Happy As Larry.

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