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Claiming Our Future 'Tax Wealth For The Common Good' Budget 2012 Petition

category national | anti-capitalism | news report author Sunday December 25, 2011 22:43author by Pól Ó Cionsalíghauthor email paulbkinsella at gmail dot comauthor address An Chúlóg, Báile Átha Cliath 17author phone 0851478100 Report this post to the editors

Claiming Our Future is campaigning for the introduction of measures to tax wealth.  As you all know it is very important that there is a counter argument to the austerity approach being pursued by government. The type of tax options that are being proposed include 1. A levy on assets and property worth over €1 million 2. High net worth Irish citizens paying their dues here so that the number of tax exiles decreases 3. Eliminating tax breaks for those with high incomes so that they pay their fair share 4. A levy on financial transactions (Tobin Tax) 5. A higher tax rate on incomes over €100k It would be great if you could support the campaign by Go to www.claimingourfuture.ie where you will find information and facts about wealth and taxation. Tell all your contacts and friends about it. Putting it on your organisations website.

Claiming Our Future is campaigning for the introduction of measures to tax wealth.  As you all know it is very important that there is a counter argument to the austerity approach being pursued by government. The type of tax options that are being proposed include 1. A levy on assets and property worth over €1 million 2. High net worth Irish citizens paying their dues here so that the number of tax exiles decreases 3. Eliminating tax breaks for those with high incomes so that they pay their fair share 4. A levy on financial transactions (Tobin Tax) 5. A higher tax rate on incomes over €100k It would be great if you could support the campaign by Go to www.claimingourfuture.ie where you will find information and facts about wealth and taxation. Tell all your contacts and friends about it. Putting it on your organisations website.

Related Link: http://www.activelink.ie/node/7659
author by Eugene Cafferkypublication date Wed Jan 04, 2012 18:28author email genecafferky at yahoo dot comReport this post to the editors

Having read the article on taxing wealth, I have had the personal experience of being imprisoned because I exposed Revenue Fraud by Creatons, Loughglynn Publican who are related to Mary Harney. Yesterday I demanded a Summon to Court from Roscommon Co. Council who are aware that I do not have a Licence for multiple dogs. The Council are reluctant to Summon me to Court as they know that I will expose a Multi-Million Revenue Fraud at Ballaghaderreen Land Fill and Fraud involving the Council and James Creaton Loughglynn involving a dangerous house on Main St which is contrary to Planning. I have been barred from the High Court because i expose Revenue Fraud and Crime by the "well connected" who are ongoing in their Fraud and other Crime which I will post on this website. I challenge James Creaton, Mary Harney, Bertie Ahern and Roscommon Council to SUE ME FOR DEFAMATION IMMEDIATELY. The Law abiding citizens of this Bankrupt Island will not tolerate the "well connected" being assisted by State Organised Crime. I have CASE LAW from the Supreme Court No. 334/2007 (which you will not find on Courts.ie) which implies that ANYONE can IGNORE a High Court ORDER. the State did so in case No. 2006/1114P in the High Court and the Supreme Court said that was OK !!. This CASE LAW means that YOU do not have to PAY any BILLS. My DOG LICENCE CASE will use that CASE LAW. My email address is genecafferky@yahoo.com.

 
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