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The Panama money compared to a national budget is enough to buy a tri-li-li whistle for Halloween.
People are made to eat raw corn by the journalists.
Nobody writes about the poor guy who was arrested in Crete for selling lenten Monday kites without VAT !
Or the old woman who was selling candles outside a church and was taken to prison and she was a cancer patient as well.
Those two and others were the victims of the neo-marxist "clean up Rome" campaign of mr Tsipras's Greek government.
So what utter bsht.
What I know is when Panama etc was a tax haven and nobody cared about it, the little poor men were not being chased by squad cars in the streets !

As things stand it is not that they don't want to pay VAT.
But for the registrations etc, it costs 5-10 thousand euro a year.
Then how is one going to make up this sum from a few kites he sells sell to the kids during the bank holiday ?

This is what the left has in store for everybody and you think they are after Messi-Ronaldo-Cameron (they will do this another day ...).

Myself I had to go to two banks to sign declarations to the effect that I 'm allowing the state authorities to peruse into all my belongings. I had to do this, so the signature was a formality. In fact they said sign so the bank can continue offering services to you.
That was in 2012.
I said to the clerk "obviously they are after those big black boxes with hidden treasures we hear of, are n't they ?".
To this he said "no my dear sir, they are after even the smallest sum of money - the manner in which it reached your account is the criterion".
Those are the new junta laws.
But while the governments of 2012-13-14 did indeed make use of those new draconian laws only to catch the big time offenders, the marxists now in power have turned themselves loose against even the legless street beggars.

Social justice left wing style.
Good morning big brother.





 

 


 

 

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The Panama money compared to a national budget is enough to buy a tri-li-li whistle for Halloween.

People are made to eat raw corn by the journalists.

Nobody writes about the poor guy who was arrested in Crete for selling lenten Monday kites without VAT !

Or the old woman who was selling candles outside a church and was taken to prison and she was a cancer patient as well.

Those two and others were the victims of the neo-marxist "clean up Rome" campaign of mr Tsipras's Greek government.

So what utter bsht.

What I know is when Panama etc was a tax haven and nobody cared about it, the little poor men were not being chased by squad cars in the streets !

As things stand it is not that they don't want to pay VAT.

But for the registrations etc, it costs 5-10 thousand euro a year.

Then how is one going to make up this sum from a few kites he sells sell to the kids during the bank holiday ?

This is what the left has in store for everybody and you think they are after Messi-Ronaldo-Cameron (they will do this another day ...).

Myself I had to go to two banks to sign declarations to the effect that I 'm allowing the state authorities to peruse into all my belongings. I had to do this, so the signature was a formality. In fact they said sign so the bank can continue offering services to you.

That was in 2012.

I said to the clerk "obviously they are after those big black boxes with hidden treasures we hear of, are n't they ?".

To this he said "no my dear sir, they are after even the smallest sum of money - the manner in which it reached your account is the criterion".

Those are the new junta laws.

But while the governments of 2012-13-14 did indeed make use of those new draconian laws only to catch the big time offenders, the marxists now in power have turned themselves loose against even the legless street beggars.

Social justice left wing style.

Good morning big brother.

 

 

 

 

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23 hours ago, Spike said:

 

In Australia (I imagine NZ is very similar) taxes pay for medicare, pension, welfare, infrastructure support (roads, bridges) student loans, disability support, residential aged care, university funding, policing, superannuation, public education, and a host of other things. If someone that earns $50,000,000 p/a is taxed at %50 do you really believe you are lowering their quality of life? I don't believe so and with that money (in a government free of corruption) it would actually enhance the lives of many more people. Do you honestly believe you could afford medical expenses without government help? I have to constantly deal with private health insurance companies and I can honestly tell you it isn't easy trying to navigate their web of self-fufilling loopholes designed to give out as little money as possible. My partner is diabetic and since the taxes are lower in America she has to be hundreds and hundreds of dollars p/month just to stay alive, much more than in a country like Australia. I'd rather be robbed by the government and have the money re-purposed into health care and public education as opposed to lining a insurance company's coffers.

 

You can stop paying taxes if you like, just don't drive on the roads, don't use government facilities, don't call the police, don't use government hospitals, don't use public, higher and in some cases private education, don't use public parks, don't use public transport, etc.

 

 

Yeah but what you say is "we have pepper - we put on the lettuces".
Nobody said there should n't be taxes or even big taxes when it is necessary.
The economic problems facing the modern world are those related to totalitarian practices:

- communism
- fascist racist policies
- fascist streamlining policies
- monopolism

So you see mass exodus of people from the poor countries.
They 'd be always inclined to live in the prosperous western countries, but not mass exodus.

 

 

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17 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:
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Toryism is bad.
But if you look at it carefullly it's always the follow up catastrophe after the first catastrophe that can happen in anyone's country.
The first catastrophe is socialism.
 

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I don't see why I should n't have my money in Arizona - Solomon Islands - Kuala Lumpur.
The socialist government spend them in Swiss holidays.
Re.politicians our ms Valavanis, finance minister, withdrew her 250,000 euros one hour before the announcement of Greek capital controls last July, making use of the advance information available to her. Later she said "she did it for her mother" ... Still later she resigned from the left wing government party and joined another smaller left wing party who advocate return to the drachma (= stricter capital controls, conversion of all bank accounts to "new drachma" accounts !).
The regime's state tv comedian mr. Lazopoulos who slanders and vilifies all who disagree with the left, exported 3 mil euros. He said it's for his performances abroad (?). We are still waiting from Albert Hall-Carnegee Hall to confirm they have indeed charged him with that amount.

 

 

 

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Sir Alan said: "Shouldn't the Prime Minister's critics really just snap out of the synthetic indignation and admit that their real point is that they hate anyone who has got a hint of wealth in them?

"May I support the Prime Minister in fending off those who are attacking him, particularly in thinking of this place, because if he doesn't, we risk seeing a House of Commons which is stuffed full of low-achievers who hate enterprise, hate people who look after their own family and know absolutely nothing about the outside world."
 
Tories saying others know nothing about the outside world. good joke there. where is guy fawkes when you need him?
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I fucking love Frankie Boyle :lol: 

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I should perhaps come clean and tell you that the worst holiday I’ve ever had was in the British Virgin Islands. There is so much money sloshing around that I saw seabirds stranded on the shores, collected by volunteers and taken to wildlife shelters, where skilled vets carefully removed the wads of cash clogging up their feathers. I saw a heron have enough roubles pulled from its wings to buy a decent family hatchback. I remember a pelican, its bill pouch stuffed to bursting, crumpled euros and untraceable yen spilling from its mouth like a stripper’s thong. In a restaurant, for dessert I was served a battered suitcase brimming over with 200m euros’ worth of bearer shares. When I told the waiter that I’d ordered the creme brûlée, he gave a dry chuckle and said that he must have misheard. He let me keep the suitcase saying that there was plenty more where that came from.

At night, we gathered on a starlit veranda to watch the arrival of the cash. It’s one of nature’s most epic sights. First we heard the grunting, faint at first but then louder, until by just the accents alone we could almost tell the Russian from the Australian from the French. The sea began to foam, the frenzied activity just offshore. And then they landed. Huge creatures, some as massive as an alpha walrus. Fat, and breathing heavily, they heaved themselves on to the shore. Hundreds, if not thousands. Lawyers, drug lords, politicians, prime ministers, mafia members, businessmen, peers of the realm, sex offenders and a cellist. Their bodies warm and fleshy. It had been a good summer.

This mass of quivering corporate meat quickly made its way towards the dunes. Dragging themselves forward. Thinking only of themselves. Smaller, weaker animals were crushed, suffocated. Then in a hysterical free-for-all using hands, feet, snouts, they dig. Each of these secretive creatures digs its own filthy hole. And then lumbering into position, lower their “vent” into the crater. It’s then that they began laying. Firing into the golden sand wads of unmarked bills, fake invoices, untraceable companies, gold bullion. It takes but a moment, the animals moving quickly so as not to be exposed on the shore for any longer than necessary. Then, with feverish activity from their hindquarters, the hole is backfilled. Without so much as a fingerprint left in the sand they shuffle, belly-first back towards the sea.

They raise their heads to the moon and roar. It is a primeval sound, and one by one they all join in. Soon the waves crashing on to the beach are drowned out by the beasts. There is a final sight of them before they are drawn back into the black tide, anonymous, and free. This is something that will happen forever, which scientists now estimate might be as little as 30 or 40 years.

 

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/apr/12/frankie-boyle-tax-havens-panama-papers 

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Lots of good Frankie Boyle jokes but this is my favourite.

3 Million for the funeral of Margaret Thatcher? For 3 Million you could give everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we could dig a hole so deep we could hand her over to Satan in person. 

 

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7 hours ago, Iggy Doonican said:

Lots of good Frankie Boyle jokes but this is my favourite.

3 Million for the funeral of Margaret Thatcher? For 3 Million you could give everyone in Scotland a shovel, and we could dig a hole so deep we could hand her over to Satan in person. 

 

MT is the inventor of cone ice cream.

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Black, white, yellow, orange or flying purple people eater. If you are old enough to point a gun at cops you are old enough to get shot by said cops. Not always fatally of course, but dumbfuck if you threaten someone with a fatal weapon expect the favour to be returned.

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guys i suggest reading this article document.

it's nine pdf pages long.

read the whole thing please.

 

or just read from page 5 to page 9

 

THE CHANI PROJECT
COMPUTER-INTERFACED COMMUNICATION WITH OTHER REALMS

https://www.nexusmagazine.com/articles/doc_view/143-the-chani-project-computer-interfacing-with-other-realms

 

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In February 1945, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was in Egypt and wanted to discuss with the Saudi King ibn Saud a definitive and lasting settlement between Arabs and Jews .

Churchill was told that the King would not allow drinking or smoking in his presence. Churchill recorded:

"I was the host and I said that if it was his religion that made him say such things, my religion prescribed as an absolute sacred ritual smoking cigars and drinking alcohol before, after, and if need be, during, all meals and the intervals between. Complete surrender."

Churchill by Himself, p353.
 

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11 hours ago, Fernando said:

In February 1945, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill was in Egypt and wanted to discuss with the Saudi King ibn Saud a definitive and lasting settlement between Arabs and Jews .

Churchill was told that the King would not allow drinking or smoking in his presence. Churchill recorded:

"I was the host and I said that if it was his religion that made him say such things, my religion prescribed as an absolute sacred ritual smoking cigars and drinking alcohol before, after, and if need be, during, all meals and the intervals between. Complete surrender."

Churchill by Himself, p353.
 

Could you Imagine Hillary pulling that?:lol:

 

I am actually looking forward to how she is viewed, as our president, in the Middle East. Obama pushed us to a better light worldwide, and I feel Hillary will continue the trend, but she does have the Clinton bullheadedness about herself.

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