reply to post by john124
He talks about how big corporations are too big, but then says to tax ALL religious organizations? Why ALL if it's just the big ones that cause the
What he's saying may sound logical, but we have to look at what would actually happen if we did this. We would get the opposite results of what we
want and I think he knows this. This looks like reverse psychology to me to control us and to play right into the big guy's hand again. Let me explain
If a big corporation is worse for society just because it's too big and has too much power compared a small corporation then our logic is that too big
is too powerful.
Therefore by that logic we must assume the same for religious and charitable organizations. Too big equals too powerful.
People get upset with the big religious organizations because they don't do anything but take your money and that's why they're so big. So tax em ALL
right? Tax em ALL? Let's think about what would happen.
There's a lot of charitable organizations that aren't that big. In fact there's a lot of SMALL organizations and a few BIG organizations with all the
power. The big ones are big because they don't do anything.
The small organizations are usually the ones that actually HELP people. That's part of the reason they're small. They actually use the money to do
good and therefore a LOT of small charitable organizations and religious organizations are just about on their LAST DIME with the economy the way it
is. Some of them don't know how they're going to make it through the day. Food banks are almost empty everywhere you go and many say there's just too
many people showing up. This goes on and on, lots of SMALL organizations that are actually trying to HELP people don't know what they're going to
So what happens if we TAX ALL religious and charitable organizations? SOME OF THEM GO BROKE AND GET SHUT DOWN! Some of the small ones, it'll be the
straw that broke the camels back. It'll just be too much and they'll finally break and have to close down.
Who WON'T HAVE TO CLOSE DOWN? THE BIG ONES! The Big ones have FAT pockets and a few more taxes won't be a problem. Sure it's a nice way to make a
quick buck in the form of tax revenue, but in the end who will still be here? ALL THE BIG organizations will STILL be here! Lots of the small ones
will SHUT DOWN!
After that happens then what happens the next time you want to donate money? Who are you going to give it to? Well, they'll be a lot less small
charitable organizations, but the few big ones will still be here. A few taxes for them isn't a problem. They're not worried about how to make it
through the month.
So, mathematically it's more likely that people will donate even MORE money to BIG religious organizations while the small ones get shut down because
they can't pay their TAXES! The big ones get even MORE powerful and it allows the big ones to push the little guys out of the game!
This guy here is trying to trick us into implementing policies that would shut down smaller helpful organizations while funneling more money to big
guys! Who's side is he really on?
After all what did he say in the video? They're everywhere! They're everywhere! Yeah they're everywhere and normal people you'd think would want
charitable organizations everywhere! Everyone EXCEPT THE BIG GUYS. The big guys don't want to have to compete with all those small ones that are
This is common in almost every industry. A new type of organization comes out and gets big, and then once it does uses its power to influence people
and the government to pass new regulations so other people have a harder time doing the same thing so they don't have to compete with anyone. Just
like liquor license. Why does a bar need a liquor license? Cause the bars that are here don't want to compete with too many bars! Once you get big,
start pushing the little guys out.
The big organizations got all big, and now that they're big someone in power is saying whoa. Anyone can start one of these things and compete for our
dollars. We got to do something to keep the little guy out! And Gerald Celente is very very smart about these economic matters. He would of had to
have thought of this. Somebody at the top has said, hey we gotta keep these little guys out, let's get this guy on the radio or something and convince
the people of the same thing somehow!
But you have to ask. What would be the problem with having a charitable organization EVERYWHERE! Isn't that a good thing? To be able to get help
everywhere! Isn't that what we SHOULD be doing? Why is someone trying to convince us to help LESS people? Doesn't make any sense.
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