attempts to hide the massive PFI debt is finally being brought to light, as we disclosed in
this blog in February
and again here,
as was Brown’s personal decision, against Bank of England advise to sell over
half of Britain’s Gold reserves at the lowest point in the market for 20 years,
and the £75 billion rip-off he perpetrated against the pension funds.
For the past 10
years the government has tried to hide the level of debt that Britain will be saddled with for the next 30
years, going to extraordinary lengths to keep the accounting secret.
We now think that
a full and open audit is required, so that the nation can decide whether this
Chancellor has been a steady hand at the helm as he maintains, or whether he is
little more than a crooked accountant trying very hard to keep his crimes
against the nation hidden.
that have signed up to the PFI deals have been massively overcharging, with bids
going in at the highest levels, with companies making billions in profits at
the taxpayers expense.
We suggested at
the beginning of March
that HMRC should start looking at the books of these PFI partners and the Consultancy firms
working on IT projects, with a view of taking a windfall tax to try to recover
some of the funds back to the taxpayers.
The big IT consultancies are ripping
off British taxpayers through over inflated PFI contracts, we have a Treasury under the
guidance of Gordon Brown that has borrowed over £100 billion more than it
promised, government debt is at a staggering £1.34 trillion, three times
the Chancellor’s official figures, by taking into account the PFI, the public-sector pension deficit and
Network Rail debts, while the Big Four Accountancy firms are potentially
advising the PFI firms to stash all that taxpayer revenue
in tax havens.
Time for the
Chancellor to come clean, and open the books for public scrutiny.
Destroying Britain from the inside out.