Give this following first paragraph of the article just a moment of critical analysis – ‘The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development has released its first set of recommendations for a coordinated international approach to combat tax avoidance by multinational enterprises, under the OECD/G20 Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Project.’
Man, where is Archie Bunker when you really need him? Even after a night out bowling with the boys he’d be able to see straight through these Red Commie Fags. First of all, it seems to imply that there’s actually something wrong with, as it says, ‘tax avoidance by multinational enterprises’. They seem to be adopting the posture of the proverbial knights in shining armor, rushing in to protect the world from evil capitalism.
Tax avoidance is as hot dog and apple pie as is making a profit from your investment and sweat. Well, I forgot, Amerika is no longer a capitalist country, and making a profit, is apparently unpatriotic, if you listen to communist/totalitarian wings, such as Senator Schumer, or the unelected servant, Treasury Secretary Lew.
Back in the old days, when America was still in existence, avoiding taxes was just one more facet of maximizing profits. Every company, large or small, would dedicate a certain percentage of the budget towards minimizing their tax burden, as it used to be termed. Let’s take it a step further, and come right out and say that every legal entity, or natural person, has a patriotic duty to avoid taxes, to the extent of the law. Thereby legally retaining as much of their hard-earned profits as possible. These retained earnings then, could be reinvested much more efficiently, than each dollar lost to the government via taxation. From my basic understanding of economics, which is probably enough to get by with, considering the Ouija Board fundamentals employed in that particular discipline, I can comfortably say that each dollar of taxes avoided by any citizen, will most certainly be more efficiently re-introduced to ‘society’ than any similar dollar lost to taxation. Conversely, gleefully handing over a single penny to the three-headed monster, in order to mismanage, and in direct contrast to public will, is essentially traitorous.
This post was published at Dollar Vigilante on September 17th, 2014.