Cameron should declare his total assets

The problem with the Cameron family’s partial revelations about their assets is that there just has to be more to the story.  They own a handful of 1 million Pound plus residences, including the 2.5 million Oxfordshire home which was given to his brother, Alexander, and some choice London addresses to boot.  Are they suggesting that their houses and the occasional cash transfer (200,000 admitted to have occurred from Cameron’s mother) are the sum total of their assets?

Houses are in fact the only assets that cannot be hidden, and so they are forced to admit to their existence.  All other assets, including significant shareholdings, overseas properties and so on can be hidden inside trusts, or simply not be declared.


Wouldn’t it be simpler to just abolish Inheritance Taxes, you might think,so all this subterfuge is no longer necessary.

The reason IHT exists is to prevent ordinary people from accumulating the same level of wealth that the internationally established bankers already control.  Being super wealthy is no use if everyone can aspire to reaching the same level.  Ordinary folk have to be taxed to keep them down.  The likes of the Camerons whose wealth must run into the billions will never vote for the abolition of inheritance tax, and other capital taxes that raise little, but successfully destroy private wealth for millions of people.  They never intend to pay these taxes themselves.  They ensure that there are enough loopholes, and they appoint their own advisers to run the tax offices, keeping their real wealth totally out of sight.  Blair, for example, hasn’t paid a bean in tax since leaving office despite earning tens of millions, making full use of a tax exemption enacted during his time in office.

Cameron could declare all his assets and clear away all speculation, but he will not do so.   The only way to save himself politically is simply impossible. His mother is a Levita, the family that owns the Standard Chartered Bank, which has operated across Asia for hundreds of years, running opium, slaves, war-lending operations, arms sales and so on.  A few million of UK houses will be the tiniest part of their total wealth accumulated over centuries, and located carefully beyond the reach of Her Majesty’s Revenue Service.  Samantha is an Astor heiress to boot.  The true story can never and will never be told.

What’s interesting is how the Cameron story has been spilled out into the media so successfully.  Cameron has more than once stated that he considers internet alternative news sources  to be as big a threat as terrorism, and that he wants bloggers and the like prosecuted and jailed.  No wonder when you consider the trail of secrets he is trying to keep from public view.

The Conservative Party will not survive for long if they don’t do what’s required, that is, throw out Cameron and replace him with someone who might pass for a man of the people.   The new candidate can declare all his/her assets right from the beginning, so bloggers and so on, have got nothing exciting to chew on.  The truth can no longer be hidden thanks to the internet.

From hereon, leadership candidates of choice must only have assets that can be publicly revealed.  Cameron is of the past.  He must be taken out and quietly shot by the 1922 Committee, or his Party will pay the inevitable political price for having selected a leader, who comes from the class of super rich Jewish war-bankers.  They have secretly run the world for centuries, and, if they can, intend to keep doing so.  They can see off all challenges to their power, it seems, except for the one thing they fear above all else, exposure of the truth.

David Cameron’s Roots in Jewish Banking, Opium

The panama paper-chase widens (by Roger Helmer)

So far, there has been a broad uniformity of outlook between many of the papers on the Panama story.  Today, however, that quasi-unanimity breaks down.  The Mail, for example, throws Cameron a life-line: “Enough of this madness” – adding “For many, inheritance tax is itself immoral”. It calls on Cameron to make the case for parents’ right to pass wealth on to children – which apparently he intends to do, according to the Telegraph.

The Mirror, by contrast, raises a new issue.  When Cameron cashed his £30,000 stake in his father’s company Blairmore Holdings in 2010, it emerges that he also cashed in other shares worth £72,000.  He has made no statement regarding those shares, and Downing Street insists that he won’t.  “Do you want to see his bank statements when he was eighteen?” they ask.

The Guardian fingers Edward Troup, Head of HMRC.  They say that previously his law firm acted for Blairmore, Cameron Senior’s investment fund, and ask whether there might be a conflict of interests, since HMRC will lead the investigation into the Panama papers.

The Times broadens the issue to the next obvious victim, George Osborne, who is said to be about to publish his own tax returns.  Where does this stop?  Will all MPs publish?  Will there then be pressure on the Downing Street Cat to follow suit?

New Day Headlines “Truth About Tax”.  In the Express, Leo McKinstry makes explicit the link with Brexit: “Why Cameron’s tax crisis makes Brexit more likely”.   Let’s hope he’s right.

Meantime in a thoughtful opinion piece in the Times, Tim Montgomerie argues forcefully that the witch-hunt on politicians’ private affairs is not the solution to a lack of trust in politics, and may have the perverse effect of discouraging good people from entering the public arena.

“UK Muslim Ghettoes”


The Mail headlines “Warning on UK Muslim Ghettoes – Nation within a nation developing warns former head of equalities watchdog”.The warning comes from Trevor Phillips, former Head of the Equality and Human Rights Commission, and follows a new survey of British Muslim attitudes which will be the basis of a Channel 4 documentary on Wednesday.  Philips says he used to believe that British Muslims would, over time, come to accept Western values, but he now fears that this survey shows otherwise.  Young Muslims largely share the views of their parents on social attitudes.

The research shows attitudes to women, family and relationships that are widely at variance with accepted norms in the West.  Worryingly, there is also more sympathy with extreme views than most of us would like to think.  This story was earlier covered in The Sunday Times. Phillips says that extremist ideas have flourished while politicians claim “only a tiny minority hold dangerous views”, and that an estimated 100,000 British Muslims admit having sympathy with “suicide bombers fighting injustice”.

This of course is not particularly a Brexit Referendum issue.  But the story will do nothing to assuage widespread public concern about immigration, which is a key issue in the referendum campaign, especially in the light of the Paris and Brussels bombings.

“EU wants control of your pension”

The Express runs this alarming headline over a story that the Commission has advanced plans for “a social union” which could control member-states’ pensions.  It quotes David Campbell Bannerman as say that the Commission is holding back a large volume of contentious legislative proposals until after the British Referendum in June.  (As we have repeatedly warned, there is no status quo in the EU – it’s a process that keeps getting worse.  A Remain vote is a vote for staying on the Runaway Train.  I Tweeted recently that Commissioner Sefcovic, in my hearing, had promised “a tsunami of legislation”).

EU costs: fancy another £50 bn?

The Times reports a decision by the European Court of Justice which strikes down tax rules previously passed in Westminster.  This has already required HMRC to return £8bn to companies between 2005 and 2014, and could cost a total of £50 billion in the end.  That’s a massive sum – nearly 2½% of UK GDP, and an enormous loss to the Treasury at a time when we’re struggling with a stubborn deficit, and the public are tiring of austerity.  Put it another way.  If we’re paying £350 million a week to Brussels, that’s nearly three years’ worth of additional contributions.

As the Times helpfully points out, the extra £7.3 billion which HMRC is expected to pay out between 2016 and 2020 would build two more aircraft carriers like HMS Queen Elizabeth.

Aside from the mind-blowing sum, it’s the principle of the thing that is so outrageous.  We elect our MPs to Westminster, and one of their key tasks is to vote a Budget.  Yet a foreign court with foreign judges is able to over-rule our elected parliament, and declare its decisions contrary to EU law.  And we meekly pay up.  Time to fight back.  The only way is Brexit.


7 Responses to “Cameron should declare his total assets”

  1. Old person says:

    Is there more to check?
    The family home was transferred from the father to Cameron’s brother in 2006. The father then went to live in a cottage ‘next door’.
    The father died in 2010 within 7 years of the gift – was IHT paid?
    Was the cottage part of the family home transferred? If so did the father pay a market rent for living in the property.
    If no rent was paid the whole transfer fails as a ‘gift with reservation’ and IHT is due. If rent was paid, was it declared on the brother’s tax returns.
    If there was any impropriety, then the Prime Minister has more to answer.

  2. Baz says:

    Is there more to check?

    CIA Dr Cameron filmed little kiddies like Claudia Mullen being raped and trained to become child prostitutes by evil Jew Dr Sidney Gottlieb (Mr Cia SkyNet ELF):

    US President’s Committee on Radiation, Testimony of Ms Mullen 15 March 1995

    …Ivan an idea [sic]

    MK Ultra, Dr Ewen Cameron, Carlton TV, The Cook Report, Prosecutions of Shrimpton and Ben Fellows…

    What’s the connexion?

  3. Baz says:

    Statement of Claudia Mullen

    US Presidential Committee on Radiation
    Washington D.C., 15 March 1995.

    Good afternoon. Between the years of 1957 and 1974, I became a pawn in the government’s game, whose ultimate goal was mind control and to create the perfect spy, all through the use of chemicals, radiation, drugs, hypnosis, electric shock, isolation in tubs of water, sleep deprivation, brainwashing, verbal, physical, emotional, and sexual abuse.
    I was exploited unwittingly for nearly three decades of my life, and the only explanations given to me were that “the end justifies the means” and “I was serving my country in their bold effort to fight Communism.” I can only summarize my circumstances by saying they took an already abused seven-year-old child and compounded my suffering beyond belief. The saddest part is I know for a fact that I was not alone. There were countless other children in my same situation, and there was no one to help us until now.
    I’ve already submitted as much information as possible, including conversations overheard of the agencies responsible. I’m able to report all this to you in such detail because of my photographic memory and the arrogance of the doctors–the arrogance of the people involved. They were certain they would always control my mind. Although the process of recalling these atrocities is not an easy one, not is it without some danger to myself and my family, I feel the risk is worth taking.
    [The witness names a doctor with a name similar to that of Dr. B] who claimed to have received fifty million dollars from . . . as part of a TSD or technical science division of the CIA, once described to [another doctor] that “children were used as subjects because because they were more fun to work with and cheaper, too.” They needed lower profile subjects than soldiers or government people.
    So, only young willing females would do. Besides, he said, “I like scaring them. They and the agency think I’m a god, creating experiments for whatever deviant purposes Sid and [a third doctor] could think up.” Sid being Dr. Sidney Gottlieb, . . . In 1958, I was to be tested, they told me, by some important doctors. . . and I was instructed to cooperate. I was told not to look at anyone’s faces, and not–try hard not to ignore–to try to ignore any names as this was a very secret project, but I was told that all these things would make help me forget.
    Naturally, as most children do, I did the opposite, and I remember as much as I could. . . . Then I was told by Sid Gottlieb that “I was ripe for the big A” meaning Artichoke. By the time I left to go home, just like every time from then on, I would remember only whatever explanations [another doctor is named] gave me for the odd bruises, needle marks, burns on my head, fingers, and even the genital soreness. I had no reason to believe otherwise. They had already begun to control my mind.
    The next year I was sent to a lodge in Maryland . . . to learn how to sexually please men. I was taught how to coerce them into talking about themselves, and it was [various doctors and officials named], who were all planning on filming as many high agency government officials and heads of academic institutions and foundations as possible, so that later, when the funding for mind control and radiation started to dwindle, projects would continue.
    I was used to entrap many unwitting men, including themselves, all with the use of a hidden camera. I was only nine years old when this sexual humiliation began. I overheard conversations about a part of the agency . . . Once a crude remark was made by Dr. Gottlieb about a certain possible leak over New Orleans involving a large group of retarded children who were being given massive doses of radiation. He asked why [another individual] was so worried about a few retarded kids; after all, they would be the least likely to spill the beans.
    Another time, I heard. . . . the director of the science office. . . . state that, “In order to keep more funding coming from different sources for radiation and mind control projects, he suggested stepping up the amounts of stressors used and also the blackmail portion of the experiments.” He said it needed to be done faster and to get rid of the subjects or they were asking for us to come back later and haunt them with our remembrances.
    There’s much more I could tell you about the government-sponsored projects, including project names, cell project numbers, people involved, facilities used, tests and other forms of pain induction, but I think I’ve given more than enough information to recommend further investigation of mind control projects, especially as they involve so much abuse of the radiation. I would love nothing more than to say that I had dreamed the whole thing up, and need just to forget it, but that would be a tragic mistake. It would also be a lie.
    All of these atrocities did occur to me and to countless other children, and all under the guise of defending our country. It is because of the cumulative effects of exposure to radiation, chemicals, drugs, pain, and subsequent mental and physical distress that I’ve been robbed of the ability to work and even to bear any children of my own.
    It is blatantly obvious that none of this was needed nor should it ever have been allowed to take place at all, and the only means we have to seek out the awful truth and bring it to light is by opening whatever files remain on all the projects and through another presidential commission on mind control. I believe that every citizen of this nation has the right to know just what is fact and what is fiction. It is our greatest protection against the possibility of this ever happening again. In conclusion, I can offer you no more than what I’ve given you today, the truth, and I thank you for your time.”

    In the Name of Science: A History of Secret Programs, Medical Research, and Human Experimentation, Andrew Goliszek, Macmillan, 15 November 2003, pp. 170-2

  4. Baz says:

    “Cameron should declare his total assets”

    I just took a flirty phonecall from a lady called Samantha… she laughed as she told me he only has something minimal to declare. I offered her a contrast…

  5. Tom74 says:

    The reason Cameron is having so much trouble with this issue is that it cuts to the root of the con trick that is the modern Conservative Party. Cameron and his ilk pretend to govern in the interests of the middle classes and those that ‘do the right thing’ – when the truth is they are owned and operated only for the benefit of the super-rich, many of them foreign. As you correctly say, Cameron never had any intention of abolishing inheritance tax, and he is cynically moving the debate back on to this ground in the hope that the usual idiotic Tory faithful come to his rescue. At all costs he knows he must distract people from his investments in overseas tax shelters, as well as those of the tax-dodging Conservative puppetmasters – or the whole fraud of the Conservative Party will be exposed. So it’s back to all he knows – smoke and mirrors to fool the people he claims to represent, aided by a corrupt mainstream media.

  6. Baz says:

    788 Finchley Road, Vladimir Kahan, Tavistock…

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