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Posted on 09/13/2011 9:41:57 AM PDT by Errant
On the ground report from Greece by Manos September 11, 2011
After our socio-fascist government implemented all of Germanys directives, the Greek people have come to an absolute desperation and poverty.
What is also outrageous is the fact that are own government has passed the message to the global banksters and other nations that Greek people are lazy and incapable.
Today, after two years of screwing and pressing us, most households and businesses have stopped paying. Stopped paying taxes, utility bills, toll fees, or anything else related to the government.
Two hours ago, this same government announced a new property tax (added to the 2 previous ones). This one will be calculated on every and each household, business, cottage, or even a barn for animals. It will be 4 euros per square meter calculated immediately, to be paid by this December the latest.
Once again let me tell you that we are not a lazy nation or useless people.
This has to do with some 4% of the working force, and all of them public servants who were hired by each government in order to gain votes for its next election campaign. So whats actually happening is the same person who hired those people, now tries to persuade the rest of the nation that they are incapable.
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“Today, after two years of screwing and pressing us, most households and businesses have stopped paying. Stopped paying taxes, utility bills, toll fees, or anything else related to the government.”
It should happen here.
This will not end well.
Thank God I live in the United States, a land truly of Milk and Honey even in the absence of a economic monetary system.
This sounds vaguely familiar.............
Harvard Business School (and it's like) is the cancer in the US Economy.
“Two hours ago, this same government announced a new property tax (added to the 2 previous ones). This one will be calculated on every and each household, business, cottage, or even a barn for animals. It will be 4 euros per square meter calculated immediately, to be paid by this December the latest. “
Hmmmmm......sounds like California to me.
It seems to me that things are getting starting to get out of control.
I'd imagine if you dont pay this, the law will come after you and throw you in prison and take your land anyway, right? Same thing happens here. If you don't pay taxes, you go to jail.
Except our public servant to private business ratio is about 10 times higher than Greece's 4%, if that is an accurate figure.
In Texas, my property tax has gone up 10% (more with their fuzzy math and rounding up) every year but one. We may have to move.
Especially in California. The state legislature needs to learn a good lesson.
With property values going down so much, many people are approaching their tax people to have the value of their property reconsidered and having their taxes reduced. You maybe could try that.
Mussolini recognized, Fascism entirely agrees with Mr. Maynard Keynes, despite the latters prominent position as a Liberal. In fact, Mr. Keynes excellent little book, The End of Laissez-Faire might, so far as it goes, serve as a useful introduction to fascist economics.
Keynes saw the similarities too, admitting his theories, can be much easier adapted to the conditions of a totalitarian state than . . . a large degree of laissez-faire.
Günther Oettinger, Germanys representative on the European Commission, said last week that Europe should send United Nations soldiers to Greece to liquidate its assets and force tax collection...
Run that one through your head for a moment. UN military tax collectors, operating within a sovereign country. The last international organization that tried that in Greece was the Ottoman Empire. UN military tax collectors. If you used that in a novel people would accuse you of paranoid conspiracy theory.
Did that. They went down until the next installment was due, then they were back up again. Despite the drop in property values, the politicians fool with the numbers to make sure they get what they want from the taxpayer.
But surely the other 96% of the work force could have voted against such measures these past 20 years or so!
The economic mechanics of this crash are well understood and well publicized. What's not being admitted are the moral underpinnings of these policies; policies based on the morality of mooching and looting. Is it not true that the other 96% of the work force in Greece were hoping that they, too, would be able to redistribute someone else's productively earned wealth to themselves so that they, too, could get "free" benefits at someone else's expense?
Yes, I think so.
Economics is a very important subject to study nowadays, but what many people don't understand -- including many economists, by the way -- is that underneath economic systems lie moral systems.
If enough people do this they literally can't jail them all.
What's next? Bullets and lime pits?