Wealthy French to Leave Sinking Ship France

PARIS - France - Like rats jumping from a sinking ship, the rich French are leaving the country as the socialist election win becomes a reality leaving many in the lurch.

One thing that is normal in business and finance is that socialists make stock markets go down and right wingers make it go up. In the case of Sarkozy, even though he was a right winger, he still managed to cock up the markets, but the general rule usually remains about the markets. Socialists are only good at spending other people’s money, and when that runs out they just put the taxes up to huge levels.

Sarkozy’s gypsy curse has finally been realised, and as he was cursed by the Roma gypsies not too long ago when he rudely deported many out of France, he may even learn a lesson when he is packing his bling bling luggage from the Elysee palace tonight, like don’t f*ck with gypsy curses ever.

The new French president, Mr Hollande, is bound to introduce a financial transaction tax which will further isolate the UK.

“Soak the rich”

“One thing is for sure. Once the socialists take over France, tax will be raised to 75% for the wealthy who own income above one million euros. If you are rich, why would you want to give away €750,000 of your income to a socialist welfare system that pisses away your hard earned cash?  This is why I am selling up immediately. Socialists have little or no understanding of finance, or business and this is why whenever they are in power, they literally f*ck everything up,” Julien Pauvre, a retired shopkeeper and businessman from Lyons told Le Figaro.

The departure of France’s business people, entrepreneurs and the young for opportunities overseas will leave the country as a basic shell of itself and stifle all business.

“Socialism is a system that punishes innovation and business. There is nothing to work for, there is no hope for anyone who wants to work for a better life and build a business. This is why there will be a mass exodus now that Hollande has won,” another scared French businessman said.

The only thing missing in this revolution is a guillotine or two and Sarko and his cronies being led away for the chop in front of the braying crowds.