Well, it is now official! The Justice for Taxes Network has officially been named The Best Taxation Justice Network.
This is following the extensive and comprehensive poll that has been run on my blog over the past month. I’d like to thank all of you who voted, except for those who voted for The Neolibertarian Taxation Pro-avoidance Network of Sophists and The Monster Raving Tax Justice Network.
The single person who voted for The Tax Justice Network I forgive on the grounds that the name is intentionally similar to my own network as some sort of quasi-satirical ad hominem attack on me. You obviously got confused.
I perhaps shouldn’t have asked UK Uncut to vote as this sort of confusion was bound to occur.
However, it was a tight run thing. Many neoliberal sophists shared this poll and tried to subvert the intention of the poll, which was to show once and for all that I am the best Justice for Taxes Network around.
Consequently, I have had to run a separate poll which was less well publicised and shall be used to provide a stabilising effect on the figures. So, here are the results:
Calculating an average poll result gives us the final results:
- The Justice for Taxes Network with 70.95%
- The Neolibertarian Taxation Pro-avoidance Network of Sophists 22.38%
- The Monster Raving Tax Justice Network 8.19%
- The Tax Justice Network 1.9%
See workings below for calculations.
So it is official that over two-thirds of people recognise the Justice for Taxes Network as The Best Taxation Justice Network in the world.
I would like to thank everybody who helped me to remarkably achieve this remarkable achievement.
JTN (100% + 41.9%) / 2 = 70.95%
NTPNS (0% + 44.76%) / 2 = 22.38%
MRTJN (0% + 12.38%) / 2 = 8.19%
TTJN (0% + 0.95%) / 2 = 1.9%
To avoid criticism, the average being used here is the same as used by “Richard Murphy” in his satirical document “Mind the Tax Gap” (tables 8 and 9) for calculating the UK corporation tax gap. I don’t like quoting him but I would like to avoid his usual hypocritical bleatings.
And maths is maths.