Who knew it? Britain's greatest modern export
is not some well made highly skilled industrial product,
but the used domestic goods and second hand clothes
that British households leave to charities with use in them.
What the charity does not put in their shops they sells to dealers
which is how the goods end up in eastern europe,
where many locals can't make a living through work.
They want to go where the clothes come from
because futures seem more assured there.
Once examined, the best clothes get snapped up by dealers
for reselling on the local ebay. The remaining good clothes
are further resold to dealers based in the African continent.
Whatever is left gets shredded, turned into briquettes
to fire the furnaces which power the nearby concrete works.
No wonder so many migrants attempt to enter Britain,
when they see the quality of goods we reject, little realising
that the very rejection of so much proves how false we are.