As a passionate and ‘compulsive’ networker, I will forever advocate what enhances the qualities of individual lives. For just as in Nazism, employees of institutions are ‘only doing their job’ – whether in concentration camps, prisons, armies, hospitals, schools or governments – because they are being paid, waiting for their pension – with what is unfortunately dishonest money in a system that seems to foster dishonest behaviour.
When individuals become victims of institutions, one needs to question the motives and intentions of the people who hide behind the anonymity of their institution, while abusing its power.
The latest victim who passed away after having suffered from the Inland Revenue is Ian Hamilton RIP. He died last Friday of pancreatic cancer aged 80. He had sold his house last year and moved into a flat, was receiving treatment for dialysis and was diabetic with a heart of gold.
A McKenzie Friend writes: he had a shop, I believe a book shop and he was involved early on in computers. He was assessed by the Inland Revenue, but was too busy / unable to get his own accounts in on time. The Inland Revenue proceeded to make him bankrupt on the assessed (disputed) debt, even though he also owned his house outright and part owned another property he rented out. At the time it was all new to him and he did not know where to turn for advice nor what the procedure was.
He met a group of us and managed to over turn his bankruptcy provided he accepted the Inland Revenue place a charge upon his house. He was then supposed to get his own accounts in, but for whatever reason had difficulty finishing them and I don’t know when/ if they were ever agreed.
I believe he attended an early meeting of Litigants in Person in Battersea and several of Forum for Stable Currencies meetings in the House of Commons. Although he could after getting the bankruptcy over turned have gone away and carried on with his life, he decided to continue to write letters to the Inland Revenue, the Courts, Building Societies and Banks to try and improve justice for others.
He also attended many of mine and Mr Ebert‘s court hearings and wrote letters in disgust as to what was going on in mine and other people’s cases, with no prompting from me.”
Lewis Nicholson and Paulette Cooper are the other victims I am aware of having lost their lives largely due to the victimisation by institutions. My consolation is that they died with a good conscience. Criminal cowards hiding behind their institutional desks won’t.
Patrick Cullinane is another victim bankrupted by the Inland Revenue. Do these employees get promoted for victimising their ‘clients’, I wonder, just as Social Workers who steal people’s children with the aid of Police?