View Full Version : Tired of being victimised by the treasury? Read on...

Kurt Alden
12th December 2003, 10:07

I, for one, have had enough. I am sick to death of being persecuted by the treasury who change the rules almost daily in more and more desperate attempts to take money out of our pockets to pay for its own failings.

Time for action. The chancellor reckons that he could rake in an extra billion pounds from additional persecution of small businesses. That's a lot of money. However, there's a lot of us. We have the chance to make him take notice but we have to act now and we have to act together.

Your challenge is simple. Take him on at his own game. He's constantly trying to take us much from us as possible. We must do the same. Some of you are 100% tax efficient. A lot arn't (and I'm one of them). We must become perfectly tax efficient, paying as little tax as humanly possible while still staying 100% legit.

Can you say, with your hand on your heart, that you don't pay a penny more than you need to? Can you save maybe £100 per year? If 50,000 people save £100 per year we've cost the treasury £5 million. If 100,000 people save £500 per year then thats half a billion pounds. It's all legal and above board and it's perfectly attainable but it's a heck of a kick in the teeth for Gordon Brown. He's decided to take more from us. Two can play at that game Mr Brown. Pass this message on to your friends, your colleagues, your accountant. Game on.

12th December 2003, 23:08
I've got a better idea - why wont you go to the PM's question time and make a free democratic decision to burn yourself in protest of too high taxes. Just for God's sake dont try to get too close to the Parliament as you might get shot and declared terrorist.