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


Why I am against Brexit as it stands
20-11-2017, 10:02 AM, (This post was last modified: 22-02-2018, 08:31 AM by Spes.)
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Why I am against Brexit as it stands
Look, if Brexit was going to benefit the everyday people of the UK, I would put my hand up and shout "YES PLEASE". But all we get are generic promises of golden opportunities, fraud (as in the big red Fund the NHS bus) and opportunities for the wealthy to become wealthier, including by tax dodging (for me tax evasion and avoidance are the exact same thing except for BS legality protecting the rich over the poor). If Brexit spelled the end of tax dodging and money laundering in the UK, if Brexit allowed us to drop income tax under £100,000 a year (made up with true luxury rate VAT for true luxuries, the taxation of money and job exports out of the UK, from increased taxes on fraudulently acquired own to rent properties, from increased taxes on empty foreign owned UK properties, from taxing expat British nationals on their worldwide incomes irrespective of their UK residency status like the US does - British expats being able to change their nationalities to another of course - expats, please note no income tax under £100,000), then it would be worth the pain.

I understand the EU is not perfect, but none of the protagonists like Nigel Farage tried to make it better as MEPs, they only ever tried to pull it apart, to insult and harang; the truth is in UKIP's name.
Until and if Brexit can be shown to be for the people, I am 100% against it, not least for the following reasons.

1) It moves us away from Europe, our neighbours, not closer. It is about Victorian era anti-European sentiment, driven by our ugly if not downright nasty class system. It reduces the good faith we are shown by our fellow Europeans.

2) It makes us weaker, not stronger on the world stage. Oh yes it does. Our global ambitions should / appear to be pretty much the same as our European neighbours. Issues such as fair trade, the environment, dealing with human rights abuse and corruption, we can only truly fight with partners. In fact, a Brexit would likely involve the UK in corruption payments for trade, like the bad days.

3) Brexit = far right. Just look at the ideals and voting records of our pro-Brexit MP's (except for BJ who is simply an opportunist back-stabbing baffoon). We want thee people to lead us? Not me! Jacob Rees-Mogg (think early 1930's German ministers) believes an underage girl raped and made pregnant by her uncle should be forced to have the child. My God; no, no, NO!.

4) Tax hikes (for the lower and middle classes) giving the government increased spending potential for the wrong things. Import taxes pushing up food and clothing prices. These will allow the lunny right to fund an expanded British armed forces. We do not need what we have now by way of armed forces, let alone try to go back to some deluded Victorian Rule Britannia view of the world; remember, the working classes lived in squalor while the upper classes made it hand over fist at the expense of other nationals. We need to defend the UK, yes, but not exert our questionable influence on the powder keg world. Ideally, economy of scale says we should use the same weapons, etc. as our neighbours in Europe, not buy expensive technological failures from Trump Inc.

5) Class system preservation. The most disgusting outdated facit of British life. Brexit will prelong it by prolonged attitude and by lack of EU protective civil / human rights law. The nasty class system that creates the anti-culture so rife in the UK, the valve for this being xenophobia and worse. Brexit serves only three types of person; the tax dodgers, the stuck up silver spoon brigade that do nothing to generate wealth for this country, and the dumb rats that follow their shallow pipes.


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