2012 August 04 Saturday
The OECD Is A Tax Cartel
Think of governments as businesses that do not want competition. Globalization? An effort to reduce competition. See Cartelizing Taxes: Understanding the OECD’s Campaign Against 'Harmful Tax Competition'.
I see more cartels in our future, both in business and government. The biggest reason the Eurocrats have to keep Greece in the EU? Protect the cartel.
Are we realizing up until now?
"Globalization? An effort to reduce competition."
Nah - globalization is an effort for large corporations to maximize profits by growing their businesses everywhere. Why get by earning your profits only in America when you can also earn them in China, and India, and Brazil, and everywhere else? That's why government and business wants to atomize us all into indistiguishable parts, and abolish our borders. If there are no real Englishmen or Danes then there is no England or Denmark to die for. The masters of the universe don't want individual nations with unqie identities with rules of doing business that vary from one country to the next. That's why they're fighting furiously to keep the EU in business.
They also import massive amounts of cheap labors from shitty countries like Mexico. But of course while they don't want national boundaries, they don't want to live in the countries from which the Third World peasants come. A businessmen who runs his business largely with illegal labor could just move his business to Mexico, but *he* doesn't want to live in Mexico. So he brings them here illegally and has *you* live with them. Of course that doesn't apply to those businesses (construction, restaurants, etc.) who have to use illegals to leech off the native population without giving back to it by hiring the native populations' children.
Isn't it amazing how much in this world is backwards or has to be put back in order?