Volume 38 is all about the Reset project (,) as originator Tahra Ahmed joins us to explain what it’s all about. 

The Reset came about in response to the endless stories of corruption within the British Establishment – from financial scams to paedophilia and ritual abuse. It has responded to research by historians who have uncovered a constitution for the people of the United Kingdom that dates back to the signing of the Magna Carta in 1215. The key to it, Tahra explains, is people asserting their rights and their wishes through their local parishes. It’s a little-known fact that, in their numbers, these parishes have the legal right to call for a constitutional convention, and that the UK government, judiciary and monarchy have to abide by whatever is agreed by the people of the land at this level.

The Reset’s proposal is the abolition of current methods of taxation, (income tax was only ever supposed to be a wartime measure anyway, Tahra points out,) and its replacement by a TEAL (Total Economic Activity Levy) of just one per cent for any individual or corporation making a financial transaction. This will relieve the tax burden considerably on ordinary people, she explains, while reaping billions from the monolithic corporations who have so far avoided paying any tax at all. The revenue raised would be triple what it was in Britain last year, straight way facilitating an allowance of £7,500 for every man, woman and child in the land. All other much-needed changes to society can be built from this.

Tahra gets into the story behind Reset, responds to a few of the criticisms it has received, and explains how anyone and everyone can get behind what she sees as the best solution the British people have ever had to finally break free of their financial slavery.

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