In between playing solitaire and writing posts on my blog, I have been tweeting my observations from the OECD Public Consultation on Transfer Pricing Matters today.
I don’t really care what anybody else has to say, so when I am not speaking I like to not listen to other people and focus on promoting my opinions instead.
I am speaking on behalf of civil society, not all these other people who appear, somewhat conveniently, to have taken an interest in this matter. So when I have finished speaking, they should really be talking about what I have just said, not talking about all these stupid practicalities of how we can implement various proposals.
Ernst & Young appear to want me to listen to what the delegates have got say rather than focusing on tweeting my objections.
I bet it was a woman who said that. They’re always spouting off about how men cannot multi-task.
Besides, I don’t need to pay attention whilst I’m sitting in a room full of brainwashed neoliberals. I know what they’re going to say. They’re just going to spout the usual sophistry.
Right, civil society has been silent in this room for long enough now. I’ll see if I can get these evil corporations to listen to me.