“We, the citizens and residents of Great Britain, no longer accept a taxation system where we’re forced to support illegal warfare. We won’t support the unlawful killing of men, women and children or the destruction of their property.

We acknowledge that our government has killed a million adults and 450,000 children in waging unlawful wars against Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya. These wars have also injured 3 million people, and driven 8 million of them into exile.

We admit that by paying taxes we have unwittingly supported the illegal wars.

We confirm that we have never intentionally broke the laws of war, and that we made our tax payments to parliament, the British government and its agents in the mistaken belief that they were to be used for lawful purposes.

We renounce all forms of violence against any human being.

We promise never to aid, abet or support a war of aggression. This means an unlawful use of armed force which breaches international treaties and agreements.

We withdraw our consent to the payment of taxes [income tax, council tax, vehicle tax, VAT, PAYE, Corporation tax, fines, duties etc] and all payments to the UK or EU governments, or their agents, for as long as they continue to use our money to violate international treaties and the laws of war.

We give notice to any corporation or person acting as an agent of the UK, US and EU governments of their lawful duty to pay all taxes, duties, fines or loan repayments into escrow accounts. The money in these accounts can then only be accessed by tax collectors when our political, civil, judicial and military leaders recall the troops and begin to uphold and enforce correctly the laws of war.

Our intention in taking this action is to create a peaceful, fair, just, equitable, law-abiding, compassionate, democratic society working in co-operation and brotherhood with all nations. We want to bring about a better world for this and future generations.


E-Mail ………………………………………

Date …………………..


I have recently discovered that under the laws of war it is a war crime to pay tax to a Government that uses the funds to wage a war of aggression.   British Governments have been waging illegal wars against the people of Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya since 1998.  Using weapons of mass destruction, such as cruise missiles, rockets, bombs, drones and depleted uranium munitions, NATO, ISAF and Coalition governments have caused the deaths of 1.2m civilians, including 400,000 children, have injured or maimed 3m and driven 8m into exile and destitution.   These are the worst atrocities in UK history and under the law of England and Wales they are crimes of aggression, genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes.

This is to notify you that under no circumstances will I take any further part in these heinous crimes.  To that end I hereby withdraw my authorisation to you to make PAYE and National Insurance deductions from my wages / salary or to transfer this money to the British Government on the grounds that such payments involve me in these offences and render me criminally liable for arrest, prosecution and punishment as an accessory to the crimes.

I demand that from now on you transfer all payments of tax and National Insurance made on my behalf to an ‘escrow’ account to be withheld from the Government until such time as it can prove in court that it is obeying, upholding and enforcing the international laws of war.

I remind you that under the doctrine of joint enterprise, if you fail to withhold all tax payments from HM Government whilst it is engaged in an illegal war or the unlawful use of armed force, you will personally become criminally liable for arrest, prosecution and punishment for these crimes as a principal offender.

Name ………………………………………


Date …………………..



6 Responses to NOTICES

  1. bogbeagle says:

    There’s a good few people who now agree with this stance … that, somehow, the State must be starved into submission. Problem is that it takes considerable courage and commitment to with-hold taxation.

    Most people have neither.

    So, an “easier” avenue must be found.

    I am, personally, investigating ways in which it may be possible to with-hold/withdraw all Consent to the Governance of Parliament. I’m doing this in the belief that it may be possible to achieve without too much direct confrontation … as a small step on the road.

    Whatever avenues we try; and whatever avenues prove to be dead-ends; there is a change afoot, I think.

  2. anita says:

    I am in Australia and commend your bold and brave efforts to bring your government to account in the name of world peace. I only discovered your site today, after reading Revolution Harry’s article and the comments. This site was mentioned by an Anonymous.

    So now I am wondering how many people are actually signing up to pay into the escrow account?
    I have found so few people in Australia to be on this wave length, it is alarming.

    I am also a Christian, which is why I found Revolution Harry’s article particularly thoughtful, in dissecting all the info and disinfo out there. I agreed totally with Anonymous, that we can all do our bit, more than, especially with Money and Law, although I think in Oz it will be more of an uphill battle.

    Anyway, I wish you and your countrymen and women every success.

  3. is this correct? – I’ll have a research and would LOVE to then support this movement

  4. Thank you, and well done, you have saved me some painstaking letter writing this evening. It is my intention to share and spread this information far and wide

  5. Dave banner says:

    why can’t you just keep your tax? it is money you have earned…..

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