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The avoidance of taxes is the only intellectual pursuit that still carries any reward.

 

- John Maynard Keynes

Q&A

How do I fill in the form?

Add your name address etc and in the tax 'Consent to Pay' line, add the total amount of Taxes & Fines you are consenting to pay so long as the government can guarantee your demands and show they are not involved in any criminal activity.

What do I do with the form?

Get it witnessed and keep a couple of originals. Send a copy to each speculator who claims you owe them money. There are some sample letters available on this site, though it's always best to make the words your own as the councils respond better to individual letters.

What will happen next?

If you receive further correspondence, always be polite and stand your ground. Remember, it is not illegal or unlawful to withhold tax (after all, many MPs & oligarchs do exactly that - tax avoidance as opposed to tax evasion - and we are all equal under the law) and you are not willfully refusing to pay tax (this is important) you are effectively paying your taxes and fines by putting the money into a trust, with the government as Primary Beneficiary (you are both Trustee and Settlor - the one who settles the fines/taxes). The government can collect whenever it can prove it has not been involved in any criminal activity.

Can I use this to hold money for my kids in trust?

No. This is specifically a Declaration of Sovereignty and Deed of Discretionary Revocable Conditional Trust and Withdrawal of Consent to Illegal Taxation. You would need to talk to a lawyer (or accountant) to set up a Trust for your children.

What happens at the end of the tax year?

If by the end of the tax year the government is able to show it has ceased to be involved in any illegal activity, then you pay the taxes to the government. If the government is not able to show this, you get to keep your money. Presently, it is highly unlikely that the government will comply with your lawful conditions. You can then apply your money to local causes that satisfy your civic duty.

But if I don't pay Council Tax, who will pay for the local amenities, like buses and the library?

In the first instance the important thing is not to fund wars. No funding, no wars. Once you have committed to forcing the government to behave responsibly, it either will (unlikely) or cannot (likely). You and a collective of local residents can set up a Community Co-operative Taxation Trust in which your taxes can be paid and you can help finance your local community. Imagine the savings if you don't have to pay council heads £250,000 and other spurious costs.

What if I'm not self-employed and my employer automatically deducts NI and P.A.Y.E?

You need to inform your employer that when Britain signed up to the United Nations Charter, the Rome Statute, the International Criminal Court and Nuremberg, they had a duty to honour these solemn and binding agreements made between nation States. As they have not, it is up to every one of us to honour what was agreed, including to resolving all disputes peacefully and never intervening directly or indirectly - for whatever reason - in the external or internal affairs of any other state. It is contrary to the Nuremberg Code to initiate a war of aggression - the supreme international crime.

If I am employed where my NI and P.A.Y.E. is taken at source, do I need to fill out both deed forms?

 

No, only complete the Individual form. If you are the owner/director/CEO of a business, and wish to hold back P.A.Y.E. and NI on behalf of your employees, fill in the CORPORATE DEED. 

 

As an employee, you can give the CORPORATE DEED to your employer and ask them to complete it for all employees. If they have questions about it ask them to get in touch with us at ProbityCo.com/org.

 

Employees can still use the basic DEED to hold back all other taxes and fines such as Council Tax, ULEZ, parking tickets & fines etc.

Does the Primary Beneficiary Need to Sign the Deed of Declaration?

No. The Primary Beneficiary doesn't need to sign. This is not a contract. It is very similar to a living Will. The beneficiaries of Will don't need to agree to the Will. All they need to know is that they are beneficiaries and if there are conditions attached to the will then they need to know them so that they can choose whether to meet them or not.

But if I haven’t given the HMRC any money, how have I paid?

Once you have completed the Trust document and had it witnessed and put 10% of the tax debt (in cash, post-dated cheque or a promissory note) aside in a folder labelled Trustee and have sent copies of the Trust Deed to HMRC and the Council, you have PAID YOUR TAXES. 

 

On 5/4/24 you need to check whether the Government has met your conditions. If it has then start paying the taxes. If it hasn't, then write to HMRC and the Council formally revoking their right to claim any back taxes from you and set up a new Declaration and Deed of Conditional Trust for the year ahead. But make sure you never again send them any money in lieu of taxes. Because if you do you will be committing a criminal offence under sections 15 and 17 of the Terrorism Act 2000 and section 52 of the International Criminal Court Act 2001 and if found guilty you could be sent to prison for 14 or 30 years respectively. 


 

Won't the HMRC come after me, no matter what the law?

You have already paid your tax into a trust for HMRC as the Primary Beneficiary. The Trustee (you) is duty bound to uphold the terms and conditions of the Trust so can compel HMRC to prove (with documentary evidence) that all four conditions of the Trust have been met and you can remind the individual tax collector that under section 19 of the Terrorism Act 2000 that he/she has a legal duty to report the individuals concerned to the police for their offences of 'fundraising for the purposes of terrorism' under sections 15 and 17 of the Terrorism Act 2000 AND for conduct ancillary to genocide under section 52 of the International Criminal Court Act 2001. 

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