Listen I’ve watched 100s of documentaries about all sorts an let me tell ya.. these massive corporations will go to great lengths to cover the truth even bribing officials an scientists an the list goes on. The footage alone is enough on that particular doc is enough to see it’s inhuman what we are doing at sea.. an in general in the food market!Seaspiracy has already been criticized for inaccuracies apparently and, by proper scientists.
Mums...My mum used to get me some absolutely fcuking mental stuff for my birthday. When I was in my 30's I had a fixer upper house (all I could afford after a relationship went tits up). All the plaster off, no back wall etc etc. She got me a set of place mats for the dining table I didn't have, in a dining room which didn't exist.
Years ago I suggested we all do donations to animal charities instead of presents.
Yeah real eye opener that program shows how much bullshit goes on in the world rich get richer!So they are hard on small earners yet massive corporations are getting away with murder. Australia news were on about how the politic sector have been found out giving themselves massive bonuses through this whole pandemic an that’s the reason they don’t want it to end. Actually sickening how this world works an the more you look into it the worse it gets. Anyone watched Seaspiracy on Netflix!
You left t furlough scheme out!There have been a few threads about HMRC. What they know, how much time and resource they have to look and whether they can dig out the info on 'small fry'.
Well here's a good write up about their 'connect' program. The sources they have access to makes interesting reading
Sources of data used by ConnectThere are more than 30 different databases available in Connect for analysis although HMRC does not disclose all its sources of information.
The databases include the following.
- Tax returns (including VAT, PAYE, income tax and corporation tax returns).
- Bank accounts and pensions.
- Credit reference agencies.
- Credit and debit card accounts.
- Online payment providers such as PayPal.
- Foreign tax jurisdictions (including treaties and automatic exchange agreements) and the common reporting standard.
- Government agencies such as Companies House, the Land Registry and the Border Agency.
- Online social networking.
- Property websites such as Zoopla and Rightmove.
- Amazon, eBay, Gumtree and similar sales websites.
- Google Street View.
- Council tax records.
- DVLA records.
- DWP records.
- Electoral roll.
- Insurance companies.
- Charities Commission.
- Flight sales and passenger information.
What leads to an HMRC investigation?In the past, HMRC enquiries were often triggered by a tip-off to the department by a disgruntled employee or by a former spouse or were random enquiries. Today, enquiries in the majority of cases (over 90%) are triggered by information and analysis generated by Connect.
Place is f**k*d up mate. I dare ya to go down the rabbit hole! Amazon prime Gaia is mint for docs. The real s**t that’s going down.. no1 has any idea. But what can ya do. The greatest story ever denied! Start with that ha!Yeah real eye opener that program shows how much bullshit goes on in the world rich get richer!
Problem with rabbit holes is its hard tondiscern whats the truth, conspiracy, or even worse planted info from the global elites to distract us from the actual truth...givin up trying to work it out now.Place is f**k*d up mate. I dare ya to go down the rabbit hole! Amazon prime Gaia is mint for docs. The real s**t that’s going down.. no1 has any idea. But what can ya do. The greatest story ever denied! Start with that ha!