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Tax them and keep them in the cages.
 
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen has thrown the weight of the U.S. government behind a push for a global corporate minimum tax rate, possibly carving a path to a long-sought deal updating international tax rules for the first time in a generation.
 
The Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has been coordinating tax negotiations among 140 countries for years on two major efforts: setting rules for taxing cross-border digital services and curbing tax base erosion, with a global corporate minimum tax part of the latter.
 
The OECD and G20 countries aim to reach consensus on both fronts by mid-year, but the talks on a global corporate minimum are technically simpler and politically less contentious.
 
The minimum tax is expected to make up the bulk of the $50 billion-$80 billion in extra corporate tax that the OECD estimates companies will end up paying globally if deals on both efforts are enacted.
 
Nice. A new global slavery is coming.
 
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Irwin Schiff's How anyone can stop paying income taxes

https://archive.org/details/irwinschiffshowa00schi/mode/2up?q=Fake+Law

 

This book looks an interesting one. Like many things, policing and especially Law, they are relying on YOU not knowing ins and outs of what's on paper to get away with robbery. The solution is to educate yourself and wise-up!

 

EDIT: Even though this is written for the US tax system in mind, it would work for the UK too. Just by reading this....

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So, (1) the Fifth Amendment states that the federal government cannot require anyone to be a witness against himself; (2) the Supreme Court has ruled that those who file tax returns are witnesses against themselves;

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11 minutes ago, DaleP said:

The solution is to educate yourself and wise-up!

 

Larken Rose educated himself, fought with the IRS in the States and ended up getting shafted with prison time. 

Even though what he stated and showed in court was correct. 

:0(

 

https://youtube.com/user/LarkenRose  

 

Edit to add another (better) link

 

http://larkenrose.com/ 

 

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So what do you think is the solution? If you said "Pay the tax?", you'll receive 'D' BC.

 

I reckon, we need to go after an individual. They are on the wrong side of the fence and they give you a hard time as an employer.

Injustice is unhealthy.

 

Cheers for the link BC.

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Most people have been so thoroughly trained to think that obedience is a virtue and that doing as you’re told makes you a good person, .......

 

[T]o establish justice, it may be necessary to break the law, to commit acts of civil disobedience.”

http://larkenrose.com/blog/tmds-blog/2279-the-way-out.html

 

 

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1 minute ago, DaleP said:

Solution.. 

 

I really don't know. 

Larken Rose went all the way. 

He looked into the Laws and the Constitution of the States and came to the conclusion that the common individual residing in the States didn't need to pay any Tax. 

He tried every avenue possible. 

Went to court and was demolished by corruption. 

He spent time in jail and had to pay a huge fine. 

 

TPTB could not let him win. It was a fairly high level case. 

 

Maybe do it (rebel against the tax system) but don't shout about it? 

Do it quietly.. 

BC 

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I really don't know. 

Larken Rose went all the way. 

He looked into the Laws and the Constitution of the States and came to the conclusion that the common individual residing in the States didn't need to pay any Tax. 

He tried every avenue possible. 

Went to court and was demolished by corruption. 

He spent time in jail and had to pay a huge fine. 

 

TPTB could not let him win. It was a fairly high level case. 

 

Maybe do it (rebel against the tax system) but don't shout about it? 

Do it quietly.. 

BC 

 

Everything is corrupt. Certainly the court system as in his case and we see it happening all around us even in the UK.

Then there is police They do things which are in on itself criminal....

On a more local level, there are councils.....especially in London, if they want to sell off the land to a rich investor.....it doesn't matter if it goes against the local residence's vote.

 

???(&*&*(&£!!!

This is, everything is out of control and we need to think of a solution. Simply letting time do its work is lazyness. Obviously we need to avoid giving them a reason to arrest us but if it goes under the radar....yeah, as perLarken Rose's quote above, sometimes you need to.

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