24/07/2012

John the Window – the most corrupt man in Britain!

The tax avoidance problem isn't caused by billionaires fiddling their accounts –it's caused by me giving a fiver to a mate for helping me out when my car don't work according to government minister David Gauke

I am also part of the rotten core of corruption by paying the window cleaner £4:00 in cash every month, without ever asking for a VAT receipt, or even checking that the windows have been cleaned; the basket could be secreting thousands of £4s a month into a secret bank account in the Cayman Islands and bankrupting the British economy in the process - because of fools like me!

Those who are committed to protesting against tax avoidance must stop protesting against the likes of Sir Phillip Green immediately – he is just an innocent bystander in a much more corrupt cabal headed by none other than John the Window from north west Wales!

Shocking! - Shouldn't be allowed

18 comments:

  1. They don't even pay for the water they use!

    No wonder the country's on its knees.

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    1. They work quite hard when they are busy though.. and thieves know they are out.
      Robbing a window cleaner is like robbing an new friend.. You gotta either rob him again and mean it as a joke, or wear a coat he wont recognise you in :)

      Sry.
      Now werz me shoes?.

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    2. Nah, I actually believe they are quite good guys who just want a start in work where others often do not try at all, at least thats how they began in my experience.

      All the things we shouldnt say often shouldnt happen in life at all.

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  2. This coalition is pathetic. They can't even come up with convincing distractions. Not only are window cleaners bankrupting us but now the UK government's going to 'name and shame' those firms offering perfectly legal tax avoidance schemes, rather than legislating to close the loopholes.

    Truth is, the UK has a faustian compact with the financial sector. It's too dominant as a share of the economy, which in turn means that it can't be regulated too well for fear that sections of it will relocate. And the financial sector knows this, which is why it can ignore anything said by the politicians.

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  3. Tax avoidance is only an issue because we aren't raising enough tax.

    Let's cut back on welfare payments. Then we wouldn't need to raise nearly as much tax. And so no-one would be very much interested in paying fortunes to accountants to come up with schemes to avoid tax.

    So simples. And, in truth, tax avoiders are probably a much nicer bunch than the majority of welfare scroungers.

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    1. That true really, I'm a nasty so and so when in pain....

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  4. That's not very nice, kp.

    I'm "scrounging" welfare at the moment.

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  5. Pads, I too have received welfare in the past. But never did I consider myself a scrounger. I took the payments, looked for work, was lucky enough to find work and, as a consequence, re-paid the welfare via the tax system.

    If you do similarly I would suggest you are not scrounging, you are making use of the system precisely as intended.

    But many are not. And that is my point.

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    1. Bloody hell I thought you were joking obviously then new labour or a Tory of both.

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  6. It is rare that I agree with kp - but he is making a fair point at 22.26

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  7. KP is making the same point as David Gauke – blame the little miscreants not the major players.

    Yes there are spongers and scroungers who abuse the benefits system. There are organised criminals who abuse the benefits system big time! So let's tar every benefit claimant with the same brush, because that might divert attention from people who make millions on the side and blame it; not on the few who abuse the benefits system, but on ALL who use the benefits system as safeguard.

    This sort of blame diversion was used effectively in 1930's Germany.

    It's sad to see Dave, the Labour Party's online guru (aka KP), adopting such a sickening approach to benefits as part of his brief to attack the national cause.

    I know that you hate Plaid with a particular vengeance Dave/KP – fair enough – but the suggestion that you (your party) prefer Fascisms to Plaid is probably beyond your brief!

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  8. It is rare that I agree with KP - but he is making a fair point at 22.26

    Every time Dave / KP makes an extremist right wing comment he is looking for a Plaid member / supporter to agree with him – and will use that agreement as an excuse to attack Plaid / Nationalists in the next election period.

    Don't feed the troll; remember that he is a paid for Labour troll not the "normal" pain in the arse troll that one usually encounters on political sites.

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  9. Tell us more, Alwyn. I was told that kp is a woman, a German woman. Are you now saying that 'she' is a Labour troll named Dave? What more do you know?

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  10. Welsh bloggers should be flattered Labour have a full time troll to monitor their musings and stir things up when they are totally dominant on the Welsh political scene. Dave could be David Taylor, Peter Hain's former SpAd but i thought he was in America studying.

    Jac look at where KP comments, it's mainly on nationalist blogs that should give everyone a clue as to their identity.

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  11. David Taylor is a weird little gimp. I'm not surprised that the Labour party keep him behind closed doors.

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  12. Yes Jac, I'm keen to hear more from Alwyn too.

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  13. And since your listening but not really hearing, what about a rarley presented 'potential credit limit' every so many statements after you lower your credit card limit, so that its not rubbed in your face that you have X thousand pounds waiting in 'never get up again' land. All you have to do is request it, instead of random limit ups.

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