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Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Charity giving is up to me.

They never seem to be able to stop hectoring us, can they?

Cashpoint users will be encouraged to donate to charity every time they withdraw money, under Government plans to encourage a more ‘giving’ society.

Shoppers could also be asked to make donations whenever they make a purchase, on the high street or online.

As far as I’m concerned what I do with my money after the Government has reduced me to near penury, is up to me.

Mr Maude said it was a key part of Tory plans to encourage a ‘Big Society’ in which communities provide more services themselves instead of relying on central government.

As I wrote in a previous post, I don’t want to be part of your “Big Society”. I just want to be left alone from the “Nudge” policy being used by those in power over us.

Where’s all this charity money going to go I wonder? Most likely to those Taxpayer funded fake charities such as ASH who just like to make my life a misery.

On a personal note.

Just Fuck Off and leave me alone.


  1. Cheeky fuckers at the hospital where my Mrs works asked all staff to sign a form saying any pence on their wage slip would be instantly donated to charity, she told them to go screw.

  2. Just Fuck Off and leave me alone.

    The slogan of 2011 for me.

  3. Anon. My language would be beyond belief if my employer tried that on me.

  4. William. I think I'll incorporate it in my Blog header. Thanks.

  5. What you seem to be implying is that if the Government didn't rape our income at every opportunity then we'd be more disposed towards philanthropic enterprise? Who'd've thunk it?


  6. A good example of 'Nudge' - I'll only accept this tactic if I can NUDGE back VERY hard.
    Until then I'll continue to avoid avoidable taxes and intrusions.


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