Monthly Archives: September 2010

UK Proposes all Paychecks go to the State First

This is what happens when money ceases to be a ‘medium of exchange‘ and is a ‘tool for control’ instead:

The proposal by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) stresses the need for employers to provide real-time information to the government so that it can monitor all payments and make a better assessment of whether the correct tax is being paid…

What a farce:

  1. Central Banks create “money” from thin air as “public debt”
  2. then they charge “interest” to the Government
  3. the Government charges “taxes” to its citizens.

And how many businesses have been made bankrupt by HM Revenue and Customs???

The Emperor’s New Clothes: How to Pay off the National Debt & Give a 28.5% Tax Cut

This is a great article with an interesting string of comments, written by an entrepreneur who calls a spade a spade.

It’s part of the remarkable work of The Cobden Centre which stands for honest money and social progress!!!

I came across it thanks to Steve Baker MP who supports Douglas Carswell MP in his 10 minute rule bill to lead the way on bank reform.