‘Sir Shifty’ Philip Green’s legacy now should be just one thing; this beached whale billionaire should go down in history as a job killer
Megalomaniac Robert Maxwell notoriously liked to pee off the top of his headquarters onto innocent members of the public below. He supposedly believed this made him ‘better’ than them and equally, mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell’s late papa is said to have held court with the lavatory door open so as to ensure his audience heard him ‘evacuate.’
Other common traits amongst lunatics of this type include extreme vanity and just as a photograph emerged of ‘Sir Shifty’ Philip Green with his arms crossed attempting to look like a tyrannical dictator, it can now actually be simply concluded that this bloated billionaire will actually just go down in history as a jackass job killer.
This morning, whilst the majority of the mainstream media shamefully simply passed this shocking story by, the Mirror revealed that the Boohoo ‘deal’ to buy Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Burton from Green’s failed Arcadia Group will immediately cost 7,450 jobs on top of 2,000 already made redundant.
Whilst slobbish ‘Sir Shifty’ and his title-obsessed wastrel wazzock wife ‘Lady Greed’ wallow in luxury and spray champagne on their £100 million superyacht, that’s 7,450 more people and their families who are on their way to penury.
In total between Debenhams and Arcadia, the Mirror added “up to 25,000 retail jobs have either gone or at risk” and whilst “Green wanted to turn Topshop into a global phenomenon, hiring Kate Moss to front a collection,” it is now time that Boris Johnson manned up and did the right thing: All that remains is to strip job killer Sir Philip Green of his knighthood.
Join the nigh on 300,000 people who’ve signed the Change.org petition to demand Sir Philip Green by stripped of his knighthood by clicking here.
Pictured top: A portrait of job killer and recent recipient of a £50 million personal pay day Sir Philip Green by Jake Walters who, of it, tweeted: “Taken on his Arcadia office balcony on Oxford Street. He was unpleasant and to me and my assistant when we arrived to photograph him so, I thought… Well if it’s OK for you to act like a prick, it must be OK to make you look like one. So, I did.”