* Posts by j4327496

2 posts • joined 18 Nov 2018

Abolish the Telly Tax? Fat chance, say MPs at non-binding debate


Two thumbs down to my previous comment? Do people actually support people knocking on doors, harassment and pushing themselves into people's home and checking their personal belongings and equipment?

I've watched almost no television in the last 3 years, especially the BBC, the last things I remember on the BBC were 24 and the Simpsons which is 10+ years ago now but pay the tax anyway just to avoid the 'fear of being prosecuted' and goons at my door trying to trip me up when I do own a TV but watch youtube and dvds and stuff. Shouldn't be like that or feel like that, wrong so wrong. Other people may like the BBC but I feel pressurised into paying for something I don't even use, only 40p a day, ok I'll send my brothers round your neighbourhood to collect from you all for a new car, you'll never use it but it's brilliant just like the British Bullying Company.


The model of the TV licence and the harassment it brings makes me despise the BBC. I refuse to watch anything on the BBC. The day they fall from Amazon Prime, Netflix, Youtube and simply the internet doing so well will be a wonderful day and a mark in history.


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