posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:46 PM
I just wrote an essay for this thread... when my PC crashed and I lost it all.... I'll try to re-iterate with the original sentiment.
The OP has good intent, I believe. The concerns raised are not due to the fact he/she doesn't want to pay taxes, but as Sherlock stated, the
misappropriation of those taxes which all seem to 'trickle up'.
The tax system should be in place to improve NHS facilities and medical staff training, to better equip schools to teach practical, real-world skills
to the youth, and for the general betterment of social housing, transportation, waste management and welfare, where it's genuinely needed. Instead
our taxes are used to fund 2 (+) illegal wars and the Trident Nuclear 'deterrent' system.
You can write to your MP all you like they don't give a damn about you. You can't ensure their retiremtn is more than comfortable. Corporate
elitists, with enough legislative change to ensure they stay rich, can.
We have an elite who accuse us of being 'addicted to borrowing' because the financial sector made some bad decisions and, most, should have been
They are also aware that interest, on both printed monies (paper and ink - yes, it grows on trees!) and on loans which consist of 90% made up numbers
which were never printed, could never be paid back. So, to ensure all the money circulates at the top echelons of society they will take as much as
they can at every opportunity, redistributing only where it is guaranteed to come back up.
But the problem doesn't end with ousting our government. The problem of mis-schooling, the false creation of enemies through religion and the
stifling of medical advancement are the major concerns I have for my childrens future - not mine, I gave up on that a long time ago, but will fight,
to the death, for theirs.
In medicine, whenever a true cure is found it is replaced by a supressant which allows for greater profitability over time. This has been seen time
and time again where funding is stripped for genuinelife saving research in order to halt the progress of wonder drugs. All things in nature can be
balanced. Except, apparenlty, our finances. After all, we need to make sure GSK, Baxter and the other huge Pharma's - and charities - don't miss out
on their share of British £billions this year.
In education we do not teach real world skills anymore. The lies surrounding sciences and history to show the 'victors' or 'heroes' as those who
promoted the ideals of an elite society (why is Tim Flowersnot a recognised hero... look up the origin of the apple logo), the debate surrounding
religious, economic and military morals and ethics only serves to further dilute the pot, leaving more questions than answers which unlike promoting
the kind of critical thinking any sociology major would claim to exude, only perpetuates the myth that we really need 'something' to rely on,
because we're all far too stupid to remove profit from the equation and work things out based on resources... right?. And they need this to ensure we
quietly comply with their immoral taxation and distribution of wealth. We do not.
Finally, don't be fooled into thinking that whats happening in the ME isn't a direct intervention of our governments (what the media refer to as
'western') in order to democracise these places in the fashion we have become accustomed to. It's much easier to lie to and steal from people who
believe they have had a part in the 'selection process' of their 'leaders'.
Only when you see the big picture for what it truly is can you begin to imagine what the world could be like without the need for parliament, and
false leadership, corporate dominance and capital slaying of true democracy. I still have hope that the youth are waking up. I have faith in mankind
and when needed you can call on me.
I'll speak later about my own idea's for a 'silent' revolution... for the mean time, good night.