Scotland – One Video that WILL make you vote #YES!


FIND ONE HOUR TO MAKE YOU VOTE YES

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  1. Default.

In many ways, this is the most honest and open way of dealing with debt. A country simply announces to the markets that it can’t or won’t pay all of its debts. The people who lent it money, lose out. The problem is it’s also the most damaging outcome. It often results in a wave of banking failures, bankruptcies… sometimes even civil unrest. The best example of this happening is in Argentina in 2001. Locked into a state of siege brought on by the default, the financial system buckled. Businesses closed. Trade fell off a cliff. Banks shut or blocked transactions. The government collapsed. In the end the people were so desperate for food that they hijacked livestock trucks and slaughtered the animals in the streets. That gives you some sense of the consequences of outright default. But default is by no means the only (or even the most likely), outcome of debt crisis…

  1. Money printing.

If a nation finds itself with unpayable debts, it has a second option. It can print new currency to pay its debts in. Of course, this runs the risk of the national currency losing its value, inflation or even hyperinflation taking off. Again, there are examples of this. The best is probably the Weimar Republic. Back then, in the aftermath of the First World War, Germany faced absolutely colossal debts – many of them thrust upon it as War Reparations. Faced with this situation, the Weimar government simply printed money in order to meet its obligations. You probably know what happened next: hyperinflation took off, the currency collapsed and many people lost everything. In the end, it was cheaper to decorate your home with bank notes than wallpaper. Ultimately, the country descended into a period of economic and social crisis… a catastrophe that ended with the rise of the Nazi party.

But again, that’s NOT the only outcome this kind of situation creates…

  1. Government theft.

This is how 9 out 10 debt ‘crises’ play out. The government realises it does not have enough money in its coffers to pay its debt… so it forces its citizens to pay it – essentially government sponsored theft. Sometimes this happens outright – with incredibly high tax rates that squeeze every penny possible out of the population. But it’s often accompanied by a whole series of underhand, stealthy and insidious tactics designed to take as much of your money from you… without you realising it. In financial circles, this is called Wealth Repression. The only question that remains is:

Which of these fates will Britain suffer?

The good news is, we don’t believe Britain will default on its debts – unless things take a dramatic turn for the worse. And runaway inflation – whilst not impossible – is only a remote possibility. That means the bad news is… The government is coming for your money. Throughout history, when countries have been in huge amounts of debt, governments have appropriated the wealth of their citizens. It goes as far back as Ancient Rome. As the Empire crumbled, the Emperors raised taxes over and over, squeezing as much coin as they could from their subjects. In 1933, faced with the ruin of the Great Depression, President Roosevelt did the only thing he could. He confiscated the wealth of the ordinary man in the street, signing Executive Order 6102, which forbid people to hold any significant amount of gold.

Essentially, the government appropriated the wealth of millions of people by making it illegal for them to own the precious metal. Refusal to comply with these demands was met with a five year prison sentence. That’s how the US filled Fort Knox – by seizing other people’s gold. Think that’s a one off? That no Western government would ever take such action again? We wouldn’t be so sure…

In the 1970s, the US imposed strict capital controls, preventing money from leaving the country and forcing people to buy government bonds. Investors lost so much money that the bonds were dubbed “certificates of confiscation.” In an extreme example of how desperate things can get, in 2012 the Hungarian government, facing a major debt crisis, nationalised all pensions. Anyone who’d been saving for their retirement suddenly found their pension taken from them “in the national interest”. In return, they were promised that the government would look after them in their old age. Can you imagine that? Waking up one day and finding the money you’ve put aside for retirement is gone, with only a promise from a bankrupt government in its place?

Imagine how it would feel to see your life’s savings taken from you to pay for the mistakes of a bunch of feckless politicians who couldn’t get the country’s finances in order.

It’s many people’s worst nightmare… Of course, no one is saying that will happen in Britain – yet. But it goes to show that when a government gets desperate enough, there’s no limit to what they can do. That’s why I’m writing to you now. This is the warning people in Hungary never had. Because at the moment, you still have the chance to put your wealth out of harm’s way. But only if you act right away. Remember: Here in Britain, our own governments have been quite willing to act with these kind of aggressive measures. Just think back to the 1970s, when tax rates were pushed to an extreme level, peaking at 83%.

Capital controls were enforced that made it illegal for you to move more than
£500 out of the country. People found themselves trapped, living through an economic disaster with no way of moving their money elsewhere… forced to withstand the worst of a 25% inflation rate. On top of that, the government created strict dividend controls – limiting and taxing the amount of money you could collect in dividend payouts. In short, the government made a concerted effort to take as much money as it could from private investors – to save its own skin. And this isn’t ancient history I’m talking about. It was only forty years ago, in the 70s.

We believe this is exactly what today’s government is going to do:

Taking your money from you is the only way it has ANY chance of paying off the national debt.

And if you don’t act to protect your money, you could find yourself frighteningly exposed to the government’s insidious, grasping new policies.

In fact, you could already be feeling the impact of the government’s assaults. Because many of them have already begun… An underhand attack on your finances

There are two ways a government can take your money from you:
It can openly force you to cough up large sums of cash, through taxes. Or it can deceptively increase various underhand and devious ways of trapping, devaluing and taking your money. By being deceptive, the government can actually help itself to vast amounts of wealth… whilst very few people realise what’s going on. As we mentioned earlier, this is known as “Wealth Repression” in financial jargon. Financial repression involves the government reducing its debts by all means at its disposal. That means appropriating and controlling the wealth of everyone in the country, by:

Relentlessly pushing taxes higher

You’ve probably already felt this, on one level or another. For example, did you know that as of end-2013 this government has quietly pushed through 509 NEW tax rises? That’s included new capital gains taxes, a carbon tax, twelve new air passenger duties, new fuel taxes and increased VAT. Sure, they’ve slightly reduced taxes in certain areas of the economy – like corporation tax. But behind this smokescreen, they’re squeezing tax rates up everywhere they can. And it’s not all about raising taxes. It’s equally effective to reduce tax relief on the money you’ve already earned – like your pension. In the space of 5 years or so, the government has squeezed the limit on pension plans from £1.8m… to £1.5m… to £1.25m. If this trend continues, what comes next? A one off “pension tax” on all pension pots? All out nationalisation? No one can say. But the trend is clear – the government is slowly but surely squeezing money out of prudent citizens.

And taxes are just the start…

Deliberately pushing inflation up – the ultimate “Stealth Tax”

This is probably the government’s biggest weapon when it comes to stealthily confiscating your wealth.
By supporting the Bank of England as it prints money and keep interest rates down, both of which create inflation, the government engineers a “transfer” of wealth from prudent savers to irresponsible borrowers. Put simply, that’s because inflation erodes the value of the government’s debts… whilst making cash savings worth less and less as time passes. For example, according to the ONS prudent investors have seen the value of the pounds in their pocket reduced by 17% or over one sixth, since January 2008… simply because of inflation.

In short, your savings are being secretly devalued. The government is deliberately making you poorer, to inflate away its own debts.

Unfortunately, that isn’t the only insidious effect inflation has. Inflation also helps the government to “drag” more people into paying a higher rate of tax (a process known as “Fiscal Drag”). This process is well under way as well. In 2009 you had to earn over £50,000 in today’s money before you started paying the higher rate of income tax. This has now plunged to £41,450. If this trend continues – and I’m certain it will – we could soon see people earning as little as £30,000 in today’s money, paying higher rate taxes. The charts in this site here http://moneyweek.com/the-end-of-britain-where-we-get-our-figures/ frighten me badly and I can’t imagine ANYONE who watches this voting no. To vote no when this is coming is to be selfish. Should the answer be a #NO on the 18th September, YOU AND I WILL BE IN FINANCIAL RUIN! I always say with these blogs, do your homework, understand what you are voting for. We must as a country get out of this Union before it falls and we fall with it!

People, brothers and sisters, Money Week are never wrong, the link above shows a decline that is already happening. You think Austerity is bad now? Well read the link above and watch the video above. FIND ONE HOUR, THIS IS FOR MY FUTURE, YOUR FUTURE, OUR KIDS FUTURE!! DO NOT BE SELFISH AND TAKE US ALL DOWN A ROAD WE CAN’T GET OUT FROM.

ON SEPTEMBER 18th WE MUST VOTE YES, OTHERWISE WE ARE RUINED, I RESEARCH HARD AND THIS I HAVE RESEARCHED, I CHECKED THE NUMBERS, THEY ARE RIGHT. WESTMINSTER HAVE MADE A MESS, THEY SPENT MONEY THEY DIDN’T HAVE. WE WOULD BE BANKRUPT ALREADY IF BRITAIN WAS A COMPANY.

DO NOT LET THIS HAPPEN! WATCH THE VIDEO, LOOK AT THE REASONS THEY CAME TO TELL THIS VIDEO IN THE LINK ABOVE!

This is not fear spreading, this video is for the UK. It has NOTHING to do with an independent Scotland. Should we vote no, say goodbye to your pension, your benefits, jobs and more. This is a dire warning and I ask you PLEASE find ONE HOUR! Do not be lazy

People, brothers and sisters, Money Week are never wrong, the link above shows a decline that is already happening. You think Austerity is bad now? Well read the link above and watch the video above. FIND ONE HOUR, THIS IS FOR MY FUTURE, YOUR FUTURE, OUR KIDS FUTURE!! DO NOT BE SELFISH AND TAKE US ALL DOWN A ROAD WE CAN’T GET OUT FROM.

ON SEPTEMBER 18th WE MUST VOTE YES, OTHERWISE WE ARE RUINED, I RESEARCH HARD AND THIS I HAVE RESEARCHED, I CHECKED THE NUMBERS, THEY ARE RIGHT. WESTMINSTER HAVE MADE A MESS, THEY SPENT MONEY THEY DIDN’T HAVE. WE WOULD BE BANKRUPT ALREADY IF BRITAIN WAS A COMPANY.

DO NOT LET THIS HAPPEN! WATCH THE VIDEO, LOOK AT THE REASONS THEY CAME TO TELL THIS VIDEO IN THE LINK ABOVE!

This is not fear spreading, this video is for the UK. It has NOTHING to do with an independent Scotland. Should we vote no, say goodbye to your pension, your benefits, jobs and more. This is a dire warning and I ask you PLEASE find ONE HOUR! Do not be lazy

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