by Gabriel Donohoe
Necessity is the Mother of Invention, as they say, and right now some very clever and genuine Irish patriots are showing their ‘inventiveness’ by mounting a formidible challenge to the insidious Property Tax through a class action.
Now, class actions are not allowed in this country but this anti-tax movement has discovered that they can bring what is, in effect, a class action by using a limited liability company. The proposed company is calling for the people to join in the action by becoming shareholders of the company, i.e., by subscribing €2 for a share.
If more than 50% of the electorate subscribe to the company’s legal challenge it automatically becomes law. Even the government can’t go against an obvious and measurable majority decree.
Should the company not get the required electorate majority and lose the case (a distinct possibility within a corrupt, controlled court system) then there is no further liability on the company’s shareholders.
This is one of the most intelligent actions this writer has seen lately in the march of the people towards financial freedom and the abolition of tyranny. I understand that the action is the brainchild of “Billy The Kid” Hynes and his ‘Common Law’ colleagues. Fair play to you, Billy… I know you’re fast on the draw and your aim is deadly!
Remember, brothers and sisters, if you are a party to this action (a shareholder of the company), the Revenue cannot take or demand money from you until the case has reached its conclusion in the High Court (maybe years)
(Isn’t it peculiar how we all have to find ingenious ways to fight the very people we put into power to look after our interests?)