Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen in this first part of a series on the 2018 Canadian budget.
In this first report on the budget, we dig into BEPS (Base Erosion & Profit Shifting), an international tax agreement put forward by the OECD, IMF, BIS and other global banking giants. We first reported on BEPS after the Panama Papers (funded by The Open Society Foundation) attempted to smear individuals attemtping to keep their money safe from theft. The script was layed out. The whole idea of the faulty leak was in order to manipulate the public into supporting a global tax racket stopping people from having safe havens for their money. Another push towards a global order if you will.
Well, sure enough, BEPS has been implemented into the 2018 Canadian budget and there’s no surprises anywhere.
John goes into all the ways it will affect Canadians and how it’s written into the budget.
The Trudeau government like any government is obsessed with theft, as in taxation. How can a coercive government function without it? Well the Trudeau government is incredibly obsessed with taxation to an extent we haven’t seen in recent Canadian history.
From the income tax to the property tax, business tax, capital gains tax, GST, PST, MST, Eco tax, carbon tax, the hidden tax of inflation, Canada is innundated with taxes. The craziest part is that the Trudeau government claims that these taxes are in place to help bring up the middle class! Double speak of course! It does the exact opposite!
They also use a lot of buzzwords like “equality” to excuse their massive theft of the populace.
This is just the beginning folks. Are you angry yet?
Stay tuned for more from our series!