Saturday, January 16, 2010
The UN wants to tax my internet banking? Oh HELL no...
What kind of One-World Government, Socialistical, Scam-Assed Hopey-Changey Bullshittery is this?
It seems The World Health Organization (WHO) is considering a plan to ask world governments (ie: America, the world's wallet) to impose a global consumer tax on such things as Internet activity or common everyday financial transactions, like paying bills online.
Such a scheme could raise "tens of billions of dollars" on behalf of the United Nations' band-aid bunch from a broad base of consumers, which would then be used to transfer drug-making research, development and manufacturing capabilities, among other things, to the developing world.
This, my friends, is socialism's redistribution of wealth. If you live in a country developed enough to have the internet, and are savvy enough to do financial transactions online, now the world bullshit brigade wants to tax private citizens that they have no jurisdiction over...oh, wait....I forgot that our President sold us out to Interpol so then the U.N. occupation can't be too far behind. They want to punish our success and our ability to do things without paper by taxing us.
We're helping the environment by doing something that doesn't use paper, and they wanna tax us for it? What the hell? I mean, you wanna tax us for using paper, and then tax us for not using paper. Green Movement? Yup, green in your bank accounts, you scumbag bastards.
Can you guys see the UN patrolling American streets? Hell, it'd be comical seeing a group from Ghana and a group from Lichtenstein patrolling downtown Detroit on Devil's Night.
UN peacekeepers from Ghana on location in Darfur. Viet Nam-era surplus flak vests, AK's held together with duct-tape, and Dollar Store sunglasses. Your tax dollars hard at work supporting the United Nations.
A word to the wise, UN: those silly blue beanies make an easy aiming point. By now you should know that from every place you show up in white vehicles & blue hats.