Archive for May, 2013

Step 1, DOWN with Tax Havens!
How?
NGO, foundations and all Activism should ALL, ALWAYS include (add) this in their demands, to increase Public Awareness and Knowledge. It is their and our (society’s) ONE and ONLY COMMON ENEMY!

Further steps?
What should government do:
– introduce MAXIMUM WAGES (e.g. 12x min wage, no-one to earn more in a month than someone else in a year)
– put 100% VAT on PUBLICITY!!! (this way at least “they” contribute back to society just as much as they are willing to “invest” (squander) in aggressively shoving their products and brands up your face, without you even asking for it.)

What can you do:
Everything that helps corporations become redundant, obsolete!
– Independecize from corporations! Stop buying in supermarkets, grow your own food (in groups if you want)
– In general – buy, use, consume less: specially stop following “Fashion”. RECYCLE your stuff!
– IF you have to buy, try to buy stuff at and from NON-stock-market companies!

Working on all of this at http://www.independencyproject.org

Scriptonite Daily

PS1

The private sector is evading its taxes, failing to pay workers a living wage, and becoming a burden on the tax payer for subsidies and bailouts.  At what point to we stop calling them wealth creators and start calling them parasites?

Bailouts

PS2

Neoliberal democracies around the globe have been using taxpayer money to underwrite and directly pay off phantom debts made by the banking sector.

According to the National Audit Office, The UK National Debt rose by £1.5trn as a result of the Bank Bailout. This is twice the nation’s total annual budget.  For this amount, the UK could have funded the health service (£106.7bn a year) for fourteen years , the entire education system for forty years(£42bn a year) or over three hundred years of Job Seekers Allowance (£4.9bn a year).

According to the Special Investigator General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program’s (SIGTARP)…

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