German Commerzbank Suggests Wealth Tax In Italy Next

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posted on Mar, 19 2013 @ 02:33 PM
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Originally posted by Zerschmetterling

Originally posted by ThirdEyeofHorus
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I just can't get past the fact that Germany is calling the shots for the other EU Member States.


Yes, it looks like National Socialism never left Germany, it just stopped directly murdering people for the cause.


well maybe because Germany didn't f*** up and we pay and pay and pay and pay and pay?!





The foolish people of Germany being easily lead again......what a surprise. Think about it this way say you were to loan a friend 10 Euros and they never paid it back not really a big deal right. Well say you loaned the same friend 10,000 euro and they decided to never pay you back.



The progressive filth borrowing this money know that they will never pay it back. Why would they do that? I feel a little nationalism starting to rise.
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posted on Mar, 20 2013 @ 08:51 AM
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You only think in extremes. In my opinion the basic needs like infrastructure, healthcare, basic wellfare should be given into the hand of the people.

There also should be laws to tax big businesses equal to the common worker.

If there was a world wide flat 15% business tax, there would be no Cyprus bank collapse, no Google tax avasion, more money to put into education, healthcare and wellfare and companies would pay the countries they work in at a proper rate.

A society always has to care for the weak, BUT competition should always be a big part of any economy. Bureaucrats can never run companies efficiently, communism is a fairy tale.

What we can do is to have a system of competition while we still help other people, who are less fortunate. Egoism and pure Capitalism leeds to a society, where everybody only works for himself and is easily controllable.

If people, especially the middle class, would work together and help each other out, form unions and stand against exploitation of labour, everybody could profit, exept maybe the 1% of trillionaires who may lose 1/4 of their wealth and power.

That isn't any kind of Socialism, that's social cohesion!

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posted on Mar, 21 2013 @ 01:09 AM
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First, the world already has unions. Where've you been since the Bolshevik Revolution? Second, thinking in extremes...well I am well aware of the nature of Fabian Socialist incrementalism. Ever hear that story of the camel in the tent?
A worldwide business tax? My goodness, which of the Bilderberg meetings did you attend? It is the Bilderbergs who want a global tax, whether it be the one being sported by European Socialists(the one union leader Richard Trumka wants which is a global financial transaction fee) or one from Agenda 21, Climate Change tax, or just whatever they want to manufacture a need for. You seem to be on board with that.





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