I have a question for fellow Englishmen on here.
I've been studying in London for around a year and I've noticed that there are tons of Paki owned grocery stores like this one:
Most of the time these stores were empty with just a Paki guy watching Paki TV or talking to someone on Skype.
My question is, how do these people afford to spend £65k/pa for rent and still manage to have enough income to live in London?
I came up with the theory, that those kind of stores, kebab places etc. are used for money laundering.
In most cases,they are run by a family, not a single paki guy. Brothers, cousins and others jump in to cover the long working hours. It's very hard work for small pay (but after 30 yrs or so it starts paying out), and britcunts are not willing to do it.
Assuming ALL of these little shops are used to launder money, makes you and your tax autorithy look very stupid. Besides, it's easier to use consulting services and arts dealing for those kind of business.
For starters, that's a pretty large premesis, and on a very prominent bit of high street in one of the fastest gentrifying areas of London. The little corner shops will have a rent that's a fraction of that. Ten or twenty grand a year isn't an astronomical cost in the scheme of things. The other thing is that a lot of those shops, particularly the ones in good locations, are on a long lease that they signed years ago, so the rent will be even lower than it would be today. It takes time for these leases to expire (they're often for ten or twenty years), so the corner shop will hang around even as the area becomes expensive.
Sorry i didn't look at the pic.
Yeah thats probably the only place within walking distance of 100,000 people where you can buy a duvet.
Not everyone wants to catch a bus to IKEA you know.
Also don't use the word "paki" it will serve you right when you get belted the shit out of on the top deck of a night bus for using in front of the wrong group of people.
>Also don't use the word "paki" it will serve you right when you get belted the shit out of on the top deck of a night bus for using in front of the wrong group of people.
Shut the fuck up you paki bastard.
That's the reason I've been carrying a blank firing Glock and a pocket knife while living in London.
I think they wpuld be interested in someone who owns an illegal firearm.
I wonder what his posting history on 4chan will sound being read out in front of a jury.
I submitted a report to the met too.
I doubt it's moneylaundering. You're talking about Paki's here, they make Pajeets look like intellectual heavyweights.
They probably just cram twelve shitskins in one flat and have Sanjay man the counter so he can sell booze to his mudfriends.
It'll turn over a high percentage of cash, a lot of which will never see the books, so no tax to pay.
Of the electronic turnover they'll use this to pay shitty wages which the taxpayer then boosts with tax credit. Taxpayer subsidising private enterprise. The worst but is they may even then use what's left of the cash to pay cash in hand, again avoiding tax.
As for supplies, they go into the local supermarkets and snap up all the promotions. This had two advantages, it removes the item from the competitor who was probably seeking it at as a loss leader, and it gives them cheap supplies.
They'll also send ask their relatives to the train stations to pick up all the free stuff that gets handed out and then sell it in the shop.
There are ways of making these places pay.
>That's the reason I've been carrying a blank firing Glock and a pocket knife while living in London
You dumb retarded fuck.
No one's going to open a corner shop in that commercial space.
That is a large area shop floor. Suitable for medium to large sized businesses like McDonalds/Boots/O2.
Also it's Hackney, which is an up and coming area for hipsters. Of course it's going to be expensive.
I agree with your first two points, I've had paki-run businesses tell me that it's impossible for them to take payment by card or provide a receipt. The second two are a bit more doubtful, but I wouldn't put it past them.