Contempt of consciousness is a project started by Joe Jenkins before joining the peace tax campaign Seven and the ongoing judicial review has become an important part of it.
In early 2003, based on a U.S. Air Force in England as a B-52 bombers are prepared to bomb Iraq, a weapons inspector Wales is stopped and searched under the Prevention of Terrorism Act.
Recalling the words of Secretary of State in a massive demonstration against the war: What up all you want, provided they continue to pay their taxes, the Inspector hangs pollution suit and wears a suit to take Inside income.
He refuses to pay his income tax, arguing that taxpayers pay for weight-for acts of deliberate killing profoundly disagree with that, is a violation of the law.
As it grows a campaign to change the law there is a strong opposition that the state insists that a peace tax would set a dangerous precedent.
Too often, war is associated with death and public statistics and miss some of the more subtle but complex associated with it. This film opens up these issues and creates new ideas! – Head of Philosophy and Ethics, Sir William Perkins School.
Contempt of Conscience is a documentary about the formation and goals of a group of conscientious objectors called the Peace Tax Seven.