View Full Version : 'stupid greedy taxes ' That always benifit the Wealthy !!

23rd February 2013, 11:35
The latest in long line of Tax's aimed at hitting the lower social classes is being
rolled out.Its cause goes back to the Thatcher era when stocks of social housing
was sold off cheaply to the sitting tennents, which as a concept was fine if they
replaced those sold with new social housing.Which they did not although it was
bleedin obvious a problem was being created for the future. NOW !!



The Forbidden History of Terrible Taxes

Saturday, 23 February 2013 09:55
Posted by David Icke



How the Rich Beat the Taxman (2010) Channel 4 Dispatches......


Uploaded on 25 Aug 2011

With more than 20 millionaires in the UK cabinet, reporter Antony Barnett examines the
financial affairs of some ministers and others who have helped the government.

George Osborne says 'we're all in this together' but are ministers and top Tories paying
the same rates of tax as the rest of us?

Barnett visits a number of offshore tax havens around the world still under control of
Britain, including the Cayman Islands and the British Virgin Islands, to find out more
about tax avoidance ploys.



I suspect the US is even worse with the gulf between rich and poor wider than ever
in the 'Land of the not so free '!

Actually in the above documentry it says that many US companies use the
Cayman island as 'Tax havens'......

Romney: It's Fair That I Pay Lower Tax Rate Than $50,000 Earner


23rd February 2013, 18:56
We don't pay taxes, THEY TAKE them before we see one dime of our money WE worked for, THEY take the first slice of the pie ...they should pay me to make rules and laws over them while I live on their money in a 240 room mansion , I'll call it a wealth tax to be sent to me while I exempt myself from any rules or responsibilty and when I run for re-election I'll get them to pay for it also, and I'll vote myself a raise while everyone else loses their job that is sent overseas ... now thats freedom and capitalism ...

23rd February 2013, 19:30
I made the choice to look at our ‘system’ from a completely unemotional and pragmatic way. The usual way (as this thread and all the others) makes one feel powerless, victimized, apathetic and defeated.

Everyone has the choice to:

Live completely in ‘the system’ with all the benefits (cars, computers, grocery stores, fancy homes, cell phones, theatres etc) and all the seemingly unfairness.

Step out of the system and become as self sufficient as possible and live very humbly and simply. Drop totally out of the radar.

Or as I am doing . . . . a mix of the two. Understand the system (as much as possible) decide what you can accept and what you cannot. Adapt to and/or work the system to your advantage. Live simply and as sufficient as possible. The more I work on being self sufficient and projecting to the future where we are headed in the ‘global system’ the easier and more fulfilling my life is becoming.

I would suggest to stop thinking and reacting as a victim and become proactive, pragmatic and determined to know the system but not ‘of the system’.