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Council Tax debts have now become unenforceable by Bailiffs
The High Court has just handed all Council Tax defendants a potential £4000 Christmas bonus if they sue bailiffs for attempted enforcement which has just been made illegal by a landmark ruling in the case of Leighton versus Bristow & Sutor which showed that the bailiff company didn’t have the correct paperwork when they turned up during an 8 year campaign of alleged harassment. They visited the defendants elderly parents house to extract money.
The English Counties Assembly
The English Counties Assembly's goal is to give the people of England the opportunity to liberate themselves from the corporate slavery forced upon them – 'to create a system by which we can all be empowered to live the lives of our choosing – free from intervention by a corrupt, criminal and frankly genocidal State Corporation intent on nothing short of the wholesale indentured servitude of our people'.
The Writings of Anna Von Reitz
If you really are serious about knowing how to restore the Republic and your freedom you need to put some effort into knowing how our freedoms are being robbed from us by fraud, lack of full disclosure, deception, threat, duress, coercion, and intimidation every day of our lives and have been for over 100 years by the criminals who have hijacked our government, wealth, and heritage for their own gain and evil intentions
Addendum: When I wrote this article I didn't realise Council Tax ALSO went direct to the Consolidated Fund. Now I know!
An early article from the brilliant site Lawful Rebellion which can still be found via the Wayback machine.
Please note, some of the links are old.
Purpose and activities of the Consolidated Fund Account
The Consolidated Fund (CF) was first set up in 1787 as ‘one fund into which shall flow every stream of public revenue and from which shall come the supply for every service’.
The independent Office for Budget Responsibility was established in 2010 to monitor the public sector’s finances. Twice a year – usually alongside each Budget and Spring or Autumn Statement – we produce detailed forecasts for the coming five years, assessing the likely impact of any policy decisions and expected developments in the economy. We then use these forecasts to assess the Government’s performance against the fiscal targets that it has set itself for the management of the public finances.
Assuming we are all equal under the law, why can't we all print money like the Bank of England?
Turns out we can. Local currencies, from BerkShares to the Lewes Pound and Brixton crypto, are a good way of prizing ourselves away from the corrupt, fake, counterfeiting system which leads to boom and bust or as the central bankers refer to it 'fleecing the flock'.
The transfer of wealth sleight of hand works like this: Banks print money to fund wars, pandemics, pharmaceutical interventions, financial collapses and the Green Revolution. This money is backed by nothing but thin air. The central bankers then charge the taxpayer the interest on the loan of money from thin air. The aim is not to get the money paid back, but to increase the loan and therefore the interest.
The bigger the loan, the greater the interest. But the transfer of wealth cannot happen unless there are big loans needed. So who starts the wars, the pandemics, the Green Revolution? Always follow the money trail.