Guido Fawkes (Anonymous)SPES, the deity of hope & prosperity. Now, the newest, smallest & first ever build your own UK Political Party. Time for change in the UK, a revolution.

1) Stop the wealthy corporate and individual tax dodgers. It is easy, but the Tories, Labour and Lib Dems refuse because they and their backers dodge UK taxes too.

2) Bye bye unelected upper house (Lords) & monarch. The Queen / her progeny can be ceremonial heads of state / ambassadors & stand for election as president if they want.

3) Get rid of the class and present honours system. You are not inferior to others, nor others to you. The class system breeds nothing but bad attitude amongst us all.

4) Stop spending billions on elitist / wannabe empire projects. Put the money into the NHS, schools, universities, social care, leisure, emergency services, defence (but not aggression).

5) Abolish lower income taxes & TV licenses. Have a true luxury rate VAT. Tax money & job exports. Tax pollution. Double tax dodgers. Privatize Westminster, Whitehall & Royal Estates.

6) Reform the electoral system (a win win option does exist). Return fraudulently acquired own to rent properties to the housing market. Double the rates for empty residential property.

7) Incentivize businesses, especially those that export & contribute to tomorrow. Reform welfare, prisons, foreign policy. Make Britain Great again. or Create an Account


UK Brexit objective - No income tax
07-05-2017, 06:53 AM, (This post was last modified: 09-05-2017, 03:36 PM by Spes.)
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UK Brexit objective - No income tax
I am against Brexit, not because I love the EU, but because I blame the failure rests with the UK Government not to have both milked and lead the EU fat economy cow.

But anyway, if there is to be a successful Brexit for the UK masses, not just for the billionaires that milk us (no, I am not a socialist - I am a centralist), then it surely should have two objectives; the abolition of income tax and the eventual end to paper / physical money.

Ludicrous? Where will the exchequer's coffers come from? The United States has mused getting rid of income tax for years, and may still do so, and they are able because they control their own land and financial borders. The only reason they have not done so? Because it does not suit the super wealthy.

If we, through Brexit, control our own borders, banking channels, currency (and also its form) and Customs, we control the flow in and out of money, and also the pool inside our borders. This is what we should have tried to lead in the EU, but the Tories especially have no interest in this system, because their supporters are the ones that benefit from and abuse the existing system.

It works like this;

You apply tax to sales, purchases, land / property taxes and duty to imports and possibly some exports. If you are wealthy and want to live or keep a home in the UK, then you will be taxed, fairly, like the rest of us; your ability to hide from taxation because you are not liable for UK income tax, will be gone (welcome to the UK tax payer's club). If you are a corporation that seeks to profit centre your UK earnings elsewhere, in Luxembourg for example, to avoid UK corporation taxation; no problem, we will simply get our taxes from your UK sales and UK based exports / revenues (money transfers). If you have an expensive luxury house, your council taxes will go up (Londoners & others afflicted with high property price council taxation, do not worry; it will be a luxury tax increase). VAT may rise; it probably will, but we can zero rate some essentials, reduce rate others, standard rate the majority and premium rate luxury items. Money you personally earn in the UK would be subject to export tax, if you want to spend it somewhere else, less an allowance of course (don't want to target the everyday citizen on their foreign holidays).

Taxation would become fair, and there would be far fewer tax payer leaches (civil servants).

If you are in the lowest paid group (bear in mind there would be minimum wage / benefits levels), you could be given VAT credits, perhaps some for performing community service. You would be helped to be able to buy well (for example, unprepared basic food items would be VAT free). Businesses would lose the burden of keeping complex accounts; HMRC (caveat: personally I want to see a name change from HMRC to UKRC) would do that, from your sales and purchases which you have no choice to conduct but electronically. The wealthy can choose how to spend their money, but if they want a luxury car, then the duty, VAT and car tax on the vehicle will be substantial. If the wealthy do not want to spend their money on luxury items, great! But be ready for inheritance tax (plus money export tax of course)! While I am at it, I would apply a basic vehicle insurance tax to fossil fuels and replacement car batteries, so that every vehicle on the road is insured. Drivers leaving the UK would be required to fill up their vehicles at nominated petrol stations near or in the ports (of course, they may enter the UK with full tanks of fuel pruchased overseas), or pay a daily rated exit excise if they are driving electric vehicles.

This should be the objective of our government, not this;

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Remember, the Brexit campaign was funded by the super-rich for their own financial gain. Do not allow them to rape us.

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