Criminal Waste & Evasion in the tax system: that’s the way the money goes

NO PROSECUTION = DELAYED STATE PENSIONS

mesnipWhen governments have no respect for your tax monies and follow their own agendas, 3.2 million law-abiding British women, over a ten year period, wind up living life within the limited spectrum from deprivation to destitution. The Government’s excuse? “There’s no money left”.

Let’s examine why there’s “no money left”. This is a shot of the correspondence sent to me by the UK tax authorities in the last three weeks:

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The letters came from Glasgow, Newcastle and Whitehall. They all contradicted each other. The paper trail started with a final penalty demand for £500, and ended with a refund to me of £568. I haven’t lived in the UK since 2012. Every year the same thing happens, and every year they apologise. It’s a shambles, and it’s targeting the wrong people.

While this is going on, multinational companies in Britain pay an average corporate tax rate of 3%….for the citizen, it’s nearly 20%. The loss to the UK is phenomenal.

At the weekend, it was revealed that HS2 civil servants have shelled out £158Million on construction consultancy fees….before an inch of track has been laid for a rail link nobody seems to want.

Every single shift for NHS staff in every single trust costs the taxpayer £2079 in agency fees, because the Government is not training enough nurses of its own.

Last year, corporate tax fraud alone cost the UK £16billion….and this is just the tip of a monster iceberg called avoidance, evasion and offshore Ponzi-movement of profits.

There is no money for 1950s born State pensioners in Britain because the Government makes a horlicks of collecting it, and wastes £2 in 5 of what it collects.

Why does this happen?

  1. Because political parties get money from donors and lobbyists, and these are overwhelmingly engaged in banking and big business.
  2. Because a 16th century voting system keeps on electing a duopoly that keeps the system alive: it keeps them alive, so they must.
  3. Because globalist neoliberal business has no respect for Sovereign social needs, be they in Greece, Bangladesh or Britain.
  4. Because Whiteminster is far too distant from and out of touch with the lives of ordinary people.

Why is it not being opposed and stopped?

  1. Because the Labour Party is obsessed with minority pc issues, and busy squabbling within itself about a problem it still cannot see.
  2. Because discredited ideologies demand Party loyalty and rebuff attempts at a broader Front for the Citizen.
  3. Because our rights to demonstrate and apply pressure for change are gradually being eroded.

Nothing will change until radical reform changes the way we vote, complain, exercise Citizen power and move closer together rather than further apart.

impstingWaspis, for example, must stop asking for their State pensions back, and start demanding and suing until they get them back. To do otherwise is to accept that Government greed and incompetence are the fault of SPA reform victims. Only Stephen Crabb thinks that….and look where it got him. Hahahahahahahahahah.

See also: Four priorities the Western majorities can sign up to across Party divides.

13 thoughts on “Criminal Waste & Evasion in the tax system: that’s the way the money goes

  1. Voting reform isn’t going to happen as long as our elected MPs keep voting against it, as in the recent PR bill just voted on and rejected by the 150 or so MPs that could be bothered to actually turn up for the debate.

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  2. If a corporation has interest in making money… and the corporation has the size and power to tell a weak government like Britain’s to do as it is ordered, is it any surprise that there are loopholes in the tax laws?

    Now in printing money – that is to say, money ‘borrowed’ from the Bank of England* – all the British government was doing was avoiding the bitter pill of raising taxes on the corporations by closing the odd loophole. Had they done this latter action, they would have had the money to bail out the banks from money raised from the private sector itself.

    A further item to note is the lack of tax receipts has led to a government deficit of over 7%. A country that has a tax system so watertight that Starbucks had to institute extremely well crafted frauds to retain their hard earned cash, has a government surplus of 6%.

    I know Britain won the war, but there are things the Germans get right.

    (*I know this is owned by the state… look at the wording very closely, and you will see that it is in private hands).

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  3. We need a modern day Corporal that can galvanize the ordinary people to come forward in large numbers to change the system we live under for a better one.
    The people at the bottom of the pile are being treated as they are dirt,somehow we must start to bring into being a movement for change.

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  4. When the leg has set crooked you have to break it again to set straight. Those with a modicum of common sence and scepticism knows that the leg is crooked and that it needs to be fixed. The hard part is persuading the patient to undergo the pain of the re-break. Most of the sheeple can only focus on the short-term – the pain and discomfort – and can’t see past this to the ultimate reward of a leg that works properly once more.

    As I have matured I have seen with increasing dismay a creeping myopia afflicing society: everyone wants it here and now, take the short profit screww the longterm, live today pay tomorrow.

    The sheeple dont give a shit whether politics works or not until it affects them personally – then they whine and moan, but those moans are lost in their own singularity and forgotten with the next celebrity scoop.

    Quite simply: TOO FEW CARE.

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  5. ‘FOUR DISCREDITED IDEOLOGIES ARE CAUSING GLOBAL FRICTION AND FRACTURED SOCIETIES. THESE ARE NEOLIBERAL GLOBALISM, SOCIALISM, FEMINISM AND ISLAMISM. ‘

    Love the new layout, John, but your opening sentence lists five ideologies, not four. Or am I missing something ?

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  6. “Because political parties get money from donors and lobbyists, and these are overwhelmingly engaged in banking and big business.”

    While I agree that is part of the problem, even if there were no money involved these would still be the same people the political classes/parties listened to. Also many, probably the majority, of lobbyists do not offer direct monetary incentives but still manage to manipulate the political class into working for them. The only effective solution I see would make private lobbying illegal so that all lobbyists would have to defend their arguments publicly.

    “Because a 16th century voting system keeps on electing a duopoly that keeps the system alive: it keeps them alive, so they must.” Well it normally does but there have been several minority governments, a Unity government during the war and, of course, the recent rotten Liberal/Tory coalition. The basic problems are that the majority of MPs are effectively elected to represent a Party not their constituency, that the Whip system removes personal responsibility from MPs and that the political classes are in general disconnected from the actual people. Our 16th Century system would still work if ALL MPs were independent and properly represented and reflected the attitudes, mores and wishes of their constituents. Personally I would like to see direct democracy with all parliamentary bills voted on by plebiscite after extensive public debate. The prerequisite of course is a literate, numerate and educated populace which we sadly lack at present.

    “Because globalist neoliberal business has no respect for Sovereign social needs, be they in Greece, Bangladesh or Britain.” True

    “Because Whiteminster is far too distant from and out of touch with the lives of ordinary people.” True as well but more from their own choice and innate arrogance than circumstance.

    Why is it not being opposed and stopped?

    “Because the Labour Party is obsessed with minority pc issues, and busy squabbling within itself about a problem it still cannot see.” Well partly, although it would be truer to say the political classes as a whole are obsessed with minority issues much of the blame lays with the media who are also obsessed with those issues, always ready to whine and pontificate and demand action where none is really necessary as well as pandering to any and every scare story they can.

    “Because discredited ideologies demand Party loyalty and rebuff attempts at a broader Front for the Citizen.” Agreed.

    “Because our rights to demonstrate and apply pressure for change are gradually being eroded.” More as a consequence of the disconnect between the people and government and general assumption we, the people, are powerless and irrelevant in the eyes of government. Which of course we are, but little short of the threat of violent insurrection or extensive public disorder will bring about change.

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  7. Now even our Zio-influenced Parliamentary enquiry has had to bow to the outrageous behaviour of all owners and directors of BHS. Non-Dom Zioshites, especially those with utter bling yachts (remember Zioshite Maxed-well pension raid?) could face prison….. The Parliamentary committee did come up with mild criticisms, but …. for instance, no definitive instruction to HMRC to issue demands for payment to cover possible fraud or whatever. And just look at the disgusting wriggles that the “Pension Caper” so-called Authorities are performing. Add to the national Zio disaster of BHS pensions the sheer contempt and utter cynicism regarding the plight of legitimately Pensionable women, as so bravely championed by John/Slog…… it is not just Middle England that is seething, even Corbyn’s countrywide supporters are up for a dingdong.

    And May is probably bricking it…… no quick positive action on Clause 50….. and the Poll Tax riots come to mind.

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  8. @Rosstradamus:- Why on earth should May be the least bit concerned, when such incompetance has driven her to the very top of the tree?
    It isn’t about ability, care or concern, it’s about those who operate the levers of power in the background maintaining control, and the coming police state is something May will be good at putting into place.

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  9. @kfc1404, you are right. Just trying, in previous comments, to indicate that May is, shall we say, possibly, under the intimate influence of a senior banker. But even Dennis was unable to save Maggie from the Poll Tax backlash. May has roped in Remainders to bulk out her Cabinet…. but the Brexits rule the Tory hinterland. Interesting times.

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