The New World Order’s global(ist) government has just proposed a new global taxation regime to solidify their control over the tax cattle on the human plantation we call planet Earth. . . .
. . . But perhaps you missed that story when it ran in the controlled corporate media last month. Maybe that’s because the New York Times went with the headline “Tech Giants Shift Profits to Avoid Taxes. There’s a Plan to Stop Them.”
And maybe you missed it when the global government put out its press release announcing its intentions in October. Maybe that’s because the globalists are hiding behind the moniker “The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development” (OECD) and titled their document announcing the scheme “Secretariat Proposal for a ‘Unified Approach’ under Pillar One.”
In fact, you could be forgiven for missing this story given the way it has been non-announced and un-reported. “Secretariat Proposal for a ‘Unified Approach’ under Pillar One”? What does that hodgepodge of bureaucratic gobbledygook even mean?
If you’re like 99.9% of the public, those words, when presented without context, would mean absolutely nothing to you. And if you’re like 99.99% of the public you probably dozed off just reading that title. (And if you think that’s bad, just wait until you get to the action-packed, informative first sentence of the document’s introduction: “The tax challenges of the digitalisation of the economy were identified as one of the main areas of focus of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan, leading to the 2015 BEPS Action 1 Report.”)
Yes, the most important and horrific pieces of legislation are presented to the public under false cover, either by naming it the opposite of what it is—USA FREEDOM Act, anyone?—or by giving it an incomprehensible and thoroughly uninteresting title and spelling it out in impenetrable legalese.
So what’s the real story here, and what does it mean for the future of free humanity? Let’s roll up our sleeves and find out, shall we?
First things first: Yes, Virginia, there is a global government. The trick is that the globalists don’t refer to it as “global government.” Instead, they have split it up into a number of disparate but interlocking organizations that cooperate and coordinate actions at a number of different levels in various economic, financial and political spheres.
There’s the World Trade Organization. The IMF and World Bank and the BIS and the FSB. The United Nations. The G7 and the G20. The BRICS and the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation. The World Economic Forum. Bilderberg and the CFR and the Royal Institute for International Affairs. The Council of the Americas. And seemingly a million other organizations, including the OECD.
In this case, the OECD has been handed the “global tax” football by the G20. Picture it this way: The G20 is quarterbacking and they want to get the ball to the OECD to run it up the field. Quarterback G20 hands it off to “The OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS,” which then passes it to the Task Force on the Digital Economy. Unless you’re watching closely, you won’t even know who has the ball. But you don’t have to watch very carefully to tell that all these organizations are just different players on the same team: Team Globalist. And the ball is about to be run into the end zone.
OK, enough metaphor. Here’s the point: the G20 and the OECD have been pushing to implement a global taxation regime under the guise of—as the venerable NYT puts it—”prevent[ing] large multinational companies like Apple, Facebook and Amazon from avoiding taxes by shifting profits between countries.”
It’s a classic Problem – Reaction – Solution set up that will lead us inevitably into the maw of the globalist beast.
Problem – Tech giants are shifting their profit sources to countries with lower tax rates.
Reaction – The public, already mad at Big Tech in particular and the corporate fat cats in general, clamor for someone to come along and enforce stricter rules to stop these multinational companies from acting multinationally.
Solution – The global government will save us all with a global tax net!
But as you might have guessed, this isn’t just about Big Tech and multinationals. The G20 and the OECD have been working for years now to get the ball rolling on building out the infrastructure for a total global taxation grid. …