A Moral Vacuum

Billionaire Brexiteer James Dyson (yet again) shows himself as nothing but a self-serving prick in relocating his HQ to Singapore

 

Yesterday, in the wake of the crappy hoover manufacturer Sir James Dyson announcing he’d be relocating his headquarters to Singapore, the journalist Tim Walker tweeted: “Need a moral vacuum? Get a Dyson” and followed up with: “People are becoming legitimately angry about the sheer hypocrisy of the Brexiteers. We see them for what they are.”

 

A Moral Vacuum – Brexiteer Sir James Dyson is nothing but a hypocrite – Billionaire Brexiteer James Dyson (yet again) shows himself as nothing but a self-serving prick in relocating his HQ to Singapore.
Journalist Tim Walker tweets about James Dyson’s “moral vacuum”

 

This morning, in a similar vein, a spoof news site named Evening Harold ran a story titled ‘Dyson launch moral vacuum’ in which they declared the billionaire’s products to have: “100% less integrity than rival products and comes in cordless, bagless, spineless and gutless models.”

 

They are right: This tax avoider – whom also recently spent £57 million ($74 million) on a Manhattan penthouse – and his dreary overpriced rugmaker wife Deirdre are the finest examples of hypocrites on the planet; they pompously tell the populous what to do and do exactly the opposite. It’s time this “it’s one rule for us and another for everyone else” duo just bogged off to whatever tax haven they feel most comfortable in.

 

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10 COMMENTS

    • Having once seen a picture of you on your website I advise you zip it up. Your face reminded me of a large split turnip: like a posterior with a pair of 1970’s glasses perched on a protuberance.. Rod, your face should be censored. Lady Dyson,
      at 70 looks kind and pleasant.

  1. Nonsense and wrong. Lies. He still employs people in England and you are just spreading lies like all the Remoaners. Bring on Brexit and kick out the immigrant scroungers.

  2. He has benefitted from plenty of government subsidies and now he wants to have his cake and eat it. Strip him of his honours – bloody creep.

    • Eric… a picture is worth a thousand words and with that I recommend you take yours down and stop insulting a man who has created a company giving work to tens of thousands, which, I imagine you have been unable to do

    • Eric, you dimwit.
      Last year Dyson paid personally, close to £130 million. I imagine in previous years similar sums. How much did you pay in tax?
      Sweet FA I imagine. You have the face oa weak and uninspiring fellow. I would remove the image

  3. Typical greedy business man, you make your money then when it’s time to give a little back, you decide to hoist anchor and move off to a tax haven. These greedy basterds have no integrity.

    • Dodge, I suggest you get off your overlarge posterior and start a business. There could be two reasons why you may not be able to:
      1. Too thick
      2. Too lazy
      3. A blend of the two

  4. Eric… a picture is worth a thousand words and with that I recommend you take yours down in case sensitive souls get upset by it.
    And don’t insult a man who has created a company giving work to tens of thousands and tech campus which will train UK engineers of the future. What has l’il old Eric ever done?

  5. Tim Walker is a petulant little fellow whose journalistic career has been somewhat low level and fuelled by passing bitchy little stories.
    Not someone to take frightfully seriously.
    Dyson has done more for the UK than sad and angry Walker.

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