[cryptome] Re: Netenyahu & Missus Living in Penury

  • From: doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: cryptome@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 24 Feb 2015 16:14:29 +0000

Yeah...When you put it like that, it must be very difficult for him and his missus to survive. All that entertaining, a couple of homes to look after, all those rich and wealthy influential friends to keep happy. No cheap 1 Euro French wine for him and his mates, or cheap Kosher wine. No wonder his missus has been forced to collect the money on the old drinks bottles.

She should be congratulated really, good for the environment, using her initiative and getting an interest free loan for a couple of years, and if ole Bibi was to learn the skills of DIY instead of shouting his mouth off about Nuclear sell outs over Iran and undermining Obama by going to speak to the US Congress or Senate or whatever. He would be able to survive much better and not rely on the public purse for getting those wee joabies done which require such a lot of highly skilled and highly labour on Yom Kippur and other holidays. And his party wouldn't be so upset with him either. Mind you, these lawyers he has got to defend himself against corrupt expenditure, must be costing an arm and a leg...I hope he isn't dipping into his savings...he might be out of a job soon, but there again, interest rates are so low these days, that I suppose it is better spending it than saving it for a rainy day...:-) .

On 24/02/15 15:40, Andrew Hornback wrote:
$3250/mo = $39,000/yr - I would LOVE it if US politicians worked as cheaply.

Consider, that's basically $20/hr... just above where a decent Technical Support Representative would be and not nearly enough to live alone in NYC.

--- A

On Tue, Feb 24, 2015 at 10:31 AM, doug <douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:douglasrankine2001@xxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:


    Can't afford to pay bills as his P.M. salary is "only" $3,200 a
    month.  Missus arranged two staged payments to cover bill of
    $5,200 after building contractor refused to accept money from the
    Prime Minister's Office, saying that he had contracted with the
    Netenyahus to repair their private dwelling, and not with the
    state of Israel... Just goes to show, there are some honest
    builders around...:-) .

    Some folks really have it difficult...He should be so lucky.  He
    should try living on a state pension of £560 a month.  Free bus
    pass included and £100 winter heating payments.

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