We hadn't heard of this Eton groomed tory scumbag until the Guardian decided to promote his views of British people. The fact
his family came from Ghana moved to the UK and he was able to attend Eton College when most Brits couldn't, shows a background
of privilege and wealth that few peasants in the UK could even dream about. Here is some background to the new British
Nazi- Tory version of Mugabe.
More on this scumbag here
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Feckless, paper shuffling, tax dodging, expenses shyster tory scumbag Kwasi Alfred Addo Kwarteng on the welfare state(VIDEO)
Kwasi Kwarteng the hypocrite quote "the British “transplanted the status, petty snobberies and fine gradations of rank and privilege which prevailed in Britain itself"
so why did the this tory scumbag go to Eton to be groomed as one of the Royals lackeys?
Kwarteng was born in London. His parents migrated to the UK from Ghana as students in the 1960s.
He attended Eton College as a King's Scholar, and then read classics and history at Trinity College, Cambridge
Prior to becoming an MP, Kwarteng worked as an analyst in financial services. He has written a book, Ghosts of Empire, about the legacy of the British Empire.
Kwarteng was chairman of the Bow Group in 2005-6
The Times (a Murdoch rag) suggested that he could become the first black Conservative cabinet minister.
After Conservative MP for Spelthorne David Wilshire became mired in controversy arising from the Parliamentary
expenses scandal, and announced his retirement from Parliament at the 2010 general election, Kwarteng was
selected as Conservative candidate for Spelthorne at an open primary in January 2010. He was described by a
local paper as a "black Boris". He was elected with a majority of 10,019 but was heckled by one Liberal Democrat
with a shout of "he was a scumbag" during his acceptance speech while paying tribute to his predecessor, who
used his expenses to pay £100,000 to an unregistered company.
In August 2012, Kwarteng co-authored a book, Britannia Unchained. In it, the authors claim that "Once they enter
the workplace, the British are among the worst idlers in the world".
“Too many people in Britain, we argue, prefer a lie-in to hard work,” they said. The call for action is being made by five Tories from the “class of 2010” — Kwasi Kwarteng, Priti Patel, Dominic Raab, Chris Skidmore and Elizabeth Truss.