Don't like the army - don't pay tax!

#2
I note the individual concerned is a foreigner - a Hun, no less. Presumably the bailiffs will arrive in dead of night, wearing long black leather coats - 'For you the protest is over.'

Send her home, where they have a bigger army and spend more than we do. Wretched woman.
 
#3
send the stupid cow to Baghdad she how long she stays a pacifist then.
Then again i hear West Africa is quite nice this time of year. Goddamn hippy
 
#4
A kraut and a pacifist!!!! shes only a pacifist cos her homeland are crap at war :lol:
 
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#8
I wonder if she'd refuse to have her house put ot if it was oin fire and a Green Goddess turned up?? If we could opt out in taxes though it would be great, with Gunny on that. Overseas and we get the education and health back as ours comes from the defence budget!!!
 
#9
A_team_lucy said:
bint, notice they gave her address tho! :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
Oxford Rd is pretty long (as it is the A34), and is the eponymous MSR, which connects me in Manchester to my roots in Berkshire. Which is nice.

msr
 
#10
The woman is obviously mad, and shouldn't be lecturing students on anything. So I say sack her and don't let her have any benifits, after all, she refused to pay her taxes. She'll also find that as someone whose not earning anything, she won't be paying any taxes..... so in a strange sort of way everyone will be happier.

Nothing against the Germans, but she is pig ugly and ugly birds shouldn't have a say in anything, let alone where their tax is spent!! :lol:
 
#11
No I fully agree with her she is quite correct, she objects paying for what she see is of no benefit to her.

I will be writing to the Government today explaining why I am not going to pay tax for;

Health- I have never been in hospital and if I do I have Private Medical Insurance. Also I have to pay $40 to see my GP.

Schools- I don't have kids and don't see why I should pay for others. And btw do Univerities not got a sub from the Government? Universities that I see this woman works for.

Roads - I pay a whacking great tax every time I fill up with petrol so they have enough of my dosh for them.

The Dole I- have always been employed so object to having to pay for those who are to lazy to get one.

I look forward to joining Ms Vollm in the dock.
 
#13
BlackHand said:
No I fully agree with her she is quite correct, she objects paying for what she see is of no benefit to her.

I will be writing to the Government today explaining why I am not going to pay tax for;

Health- I have never been in hospital and if I do I have Private Medical Insurance. Also I have to pay $40 to see my GP.

Schools- I don't have kids and don't see why I should pay for others. And btw do Univerities not got a sub from the Government? Universities that I see this woman works for.

Roads - I pay a whacking great tax every time I fill up with petrol so they have enough of my dosh for them.

The Dole I- have always been employed so object to having to pay for those who are to lazy to get one.

I look forward to joining Ms Vollm in the dock.

You have a whacking great point there mate. Selective Taxation is what’s needed. I too do not want to pay for education as I have nil brats. I pay a humongous amount on petrol tax each year, so why pay road tax? Health care? Introduce means tested medical insurance. Those under a certain salary amount don't pay. The list is endless, but some of the stuff I pay tax for I can do without. Don't even get me started on the poll tax. MAN !! I pay for a phantom police force who I only ever see going past in their van at Mach 2, NEVER on foot. Refuge collection which entails dragging many bin bags to the bottom of the street cos, get this, the bin men refuse to walk up it as it's a cul-de-sac (HAA !), etc, etc, RAN-TINNING OVER !!
 
#14
It can happen that you don't pay tax or rates on services you dont use.

I live in the middle of nowhere -about 45 minutes drive from the nearest city. I was suprised to see that on this years Regional Rates demand I was paying a Public Transport levy. So I questioned this as we have no Public Transport out here, only to be told that we have a bus that leaves at 06.00 and returns at 18.00!!! - news to me and many others !!!
Upshot was that all the locals whinged about it and the rate was recinded.
 
#15
Bloody boxhead hippy :evil:

I felt inclined to add a comment, however, it didn't appear imediately, so I guess they are edditing any "offensive" bits as we speak - it is a Guardian owned site after all :evil:

I see Theaterman has made his views know too...
 
#16
She misses the point:

This is a democracy. If she doesn't like the idea of money being spent on defence then she should make her argument and persuade others that she is right. She should then either vote for the political party that best represents her views and thus applies those views to taxation and spending, or stand for election in her own right and put those views to the public test.

The majority of the public do not agree with her views however and they do wish to see money being spent on defence. Therefore in a democracy we accept the rule of law as determined by the majority vote. In a civilised society we therefore set aside our individual whims and agree to pay taxation to fund the spending plan of the democtratically elected government.

Of course people like her are neither civilised nor adult as they seem unable to accept that they cannot take their ball away when the other children in the playground don't want to play the game by their rules. Another case of someone exceedingly keen to force others to accept her narrow point of view without wishing to accept that others have a differeing one from hers. I believe that this is sometimes refered to as "fascism".
 
#17


Bet she wears sandals, eats tofu and has a composting toilet :roll:
 
#19
5_mile_sniper said:
I see Theaterman has made his views known too...
Wow, I got a mention in some Manc newspaper thing, the fame, surely the fortune is to follow.............
 

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