Panama Papers: What the compliant media isn't telling us
British Royals and their dodgy lord lieutenant the Dukey Kent behind freemason courier service out of Britain.

The only mention in the lying press is that the Queen's bankers Coutt's are part of the massive multi trillion pound exit of money into the freemasons offshore accounts that make all other crime pale apart from the mass seizure of mens estates by their equally dodgy courts run by freemason judges and lawyers.

The main culprits in all the tax dodging are lawyers and bankers who just happen to be hand picked freemasons of the royals via the world's top freemason the Dukey Kent . We have already done extensive exposures of how the Cayman Islands offices in London are only a stones throw away from the top masonic haunt and a short walk away for the royals couriers to remove enormous sums into the coffers of the crown dependencies of the Cayman and Virgin Islands, to mention only two, for them to collect either on death or when requested by their controllers at Buckingham Palace.

This is a centuries old finely tuned corrupt machine that ensures old Lizzie remains the richest despot on the planet who wont be seen running from the nearest bank with the loot she steals instead a long line of loyal satanic swearing dimwits weedle their way out of the country with various amounts of dosh to be buried in the vaults overseas controlled by her Crown lackeys.

They don't call it HMRC for nothing, Her Majesties Revenue and Customs ensures the peasants are bled dry while those deemed suitable for courier service get free rein to make massive amounts through dodgy government contracts i.e the same mob who fund the twisted tories into power come election time while they get all the multi billion pound contracts paid with public funds that find their way into the bolt holes organised by the royals forefathers that ensures that money ultimately ends up in their pockets through a secretive stealth network organised by her freemason lackey the Dukey Kent.

It is no surprise that despite decades of political blustering that the political establishment claim they take tax dodging very seriously all past governments have done little to stamp out a global crime ring that feeds the royals need for ever more power and wealth and why NOTHING will be done until a decent government is formed that will take the steps required to deal with this evil system that only perpetuates the murderous regime that seems, even with the Panama exposures, to still remain off the radar despite all the complicit media's apparent exposures.

They still ignore the royals and their freemason henchmen who pull the shots behind the scenes.

See our past exposures on their vile trade long before the Panama files were released.

  • Royal parasites behind tax dodging in their crown colonies
  • Cayman Islands where the freemasons stash their stolen loot
  • Panama Papers: Cameron under pressure over tax havens
  • Prime Minister David Cameron keeping tight-lipped about "Panama Papers" tax scandal
  • David Cameron is dragged into tax havens storm: Huge data leak reveals 'conjuring trick' used by his father's firm - as PM refuses to say if his family still makes money from offshore investments
  • HMRC caught off guard again over new tax scandal: Investigators branded 'helpless and pathetic' after being forced to ask the media for access to the Panama Papers
    The freemasons aided by the Royal parasite and her loyal lord lieutenant the Duke of Kunt hide their money in Crown run territories like the Channel Islands, Cayman Islands, the Virgin Islands and Gibraltar

    British offshore banking under fire in EU tax haven battle

    Austria has accused Britain of being a haven for money laundering and tax evasion as the Alpine nation comes under European Union and German pressure to axe its banking secrecy laws. Europe's finance ministers meeting in Dublin today are pushing Austria hard to follow Luxembourg's example in agreeing to reveal information on European banking depositors to EU tax authorities.

    Maria Fekter, the Austrian finance minister, has vowed to "fight like a lion" against the demands and has refused to change her country's laws until Britain ends tax haven and banking secrecy laws in offshore financial centres, such as the Channel Islands. "Austria is sticking to bank secrecy. We fight tax evasion and money laundering," she said.

    "Great Britain has many money laundering centres and tax havens in its immediate legal remit - the Channel Islands Gibraltar, the Cayman Islands, Virgin Islands. These are all hot spots for tax evasion and money laundering." Austria is opposed to German-led demands for the automatic exchange of information on banking depositors with other EU countries, proposals that will be discussed by Europe's finance ministers. Earlier this week, Luxembourg caved into German pressure and announced it would to share foreign bank account details with the depositor's home governments, if EU countries, from 2015.

    "Automatic exchange of information involves a massive interference in people's privacy rights. Here the state sniffs around deep into the private affairs of account holders," said Mrs Fekter. The Austrian finance minister has described Britain as "the island of the blessed for tax evasion and money laundering", comparing British offshore banking to the Cypriot financial sector that is to be forcibly restructured as part of a eurozone bailout. "Just as we urged the abolition of sealed foundations in the Cyprus rescue to drain the money laundering swamp, we must demand the same of the UK," she wrote in an article for Kurier, an Austrian newspaper.

    "We want a trust registry for the Channel Islands, but also for countries where British law applies, such as the Cayman Islands, the Virgin Islands or Gibraltar. These are all areas that are havens for tax evaders." Eurozone finance ministers will also discuss Cyprus as the EU-IMF has frozen its contribution at 10 billion as the costs of its bail-out surged from 17.5bn to 23bn, larger than the size of the country's economy, further bankrupting the island. In a bid to stop Cyprus leaving the euro, the EU-IMF has demanded that it hand three quarters of the country?s gold reserves to pay back loans making it much harder for the island to ditch the single currency to go it alone.