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Fake News Basis for France Tax Revolt

Fake news started the France tax revolt. The tax was for combatting global warming. That government has since withdrawn it, but replaced it with another one! So it was never about global warming. That is fake news. It is just about more taxes.

Fake news started the France tax revolt. The tax was for combatting global warming. That is fake news. It is just about more taxes. Photograph: Chris McGrath/Getty Images

Summary

Fake news started the France tax revolt. The tax was for combatting global warming. The government has since withdrawn it, but is replacing it by increasing another tax! So it was never about global warming. That is fake news. It is just about more taxes.

Background

In France, “Yellow Jackets” were protesting a new fuel tax. They are called that because they are wearing emergency vests from their vehicles. (In France, all vehicles must have them).

 

France has the highest tax rate in the OECD.

France has the highest tax rate in the OECD.

The protests are now expanding against taxes and rising living costs. France has one of the highest tax rates. Even some French police are sympathetic. This video shows police removing their helmets in solidarity with the Yellow Jackets.

Establishment Wants High Taxes

Protesters block the A10 motorway near Bordeaux CREDIT: NICOLAS TUCAT/ AFP

Individuals must balance their household budgets, or eventually go bankrupt. In contrast, most governments think their revenues are infinite. But the number of taxpayers is not. And, they will eventually revolt if governments tax them too much.

But the establishment is for higher taxes, and against lowering them. Those are just two reasons why Donald Trump is being vilified. First, he is not part of the establishment, but an outsider. Second, he lowered income taxes. That is part of why there is so much fake news on him.

Some governments even use dirty tactics to extract taxes. Below are some of these tactics.

Taxing Via Fake News

France

French president Macron added a new fuel tax to combat global warming. But global warming is fake news. Drilled ice core samples from Greenland show the earth’s temperature has cyclically gone up and down for over 800,000 years. Written history also corroborates there is a cycle. That is why going back only 200 years and concluding “global warming” is fake news. In truth, we are facing global cooling!

Chart: www.armstrongeconomics.com

Macron has now withdrawn that global warming tax. But he is replacing it by raising a wealth tax. In short, it was never about global warming. It’s just about more taxes. And that is why the Yellow Jackets continue protesting. Over 1,700 were arrested this weekend.

Canada

Ontario, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and New Brunswick are all opting out of Canada’s global warming tax. Ontario Premier Doug Ford said,

Cap-and-trade and carbon tax schemes are no more than government cash grabs that do nothing for the environment, while hitting people in the wallet in order to fund big government programs.”

No wonder he was elected. Global warming is fake news. It’s just an excuse for another tax.

Obfuscating Tax Laws

Canada obfuscates tax laws so that taxpayers cannot understand them.  The Income Tax Act does not define what “income” is, but Canada treats all income as taxable. That is fake news because in 1936 Canada “conceded” to the Supreme Court of Canada that it has no jurisdiction over “ordinary employment contracts.”

To counter this, Apu’s Theory, Part 1 and Part 2, is our research on how Canada’s Income Tax Act really works.

Deeming Random Tax Debt Amount

Canada often deems a taxpayer owes income tax. That amount is often arbitrary. It is not based on reality. It is fake news. But if the taxpayer fails to challenge the amount, it becomes a collectible debt.

Fabricating Evidence

Debbie Anderson, former human rights advocate with Paradigm Education Group, hauls her papers into court. They show CRA changed her T1 returns. CRA Investigator Cheryl Irving also lied in her affidavit, claiming that Anderson made the changes. These changes makes one guilty of tax evasion. Despite exposing CRA's lies through cross-ecxamination, Judge Neall Brown convicted Anderson using CRA's false affidavit.

Debbie Anderson hauling her papers into court. Despite exposing CRA’s lies through cross-examination, she was convicted with CRA’s false affidavit.

Canada’s tax agent, CRA, regularly fabricates evidence. For example, in the Anderson case, it changed the taxpayer’s T1 filings so that it could be evidence of tax evasion. The CRA investigator also lied on her affidavit, by swearing on it that the CRA fabrications were what the taxpayer filed!

This is how Anderson was found guilty. But it is fake news.

Using Public Policy

Canada uses public policy as an excuse to collect taxes that violate private property rights. Apu’s Theory, Part 3, covers this. But this public policy changes Canada into a Communist country. So Canada having a parliamentary form of government is fake news.

Ignoring Rule of Law

Dr. William Russell. Picture: www.askdrbill.com

Dr. William Russell. Picture: www.askdrbill.com

The Russell case is an example of Canada using public policy to impose taxes by ignoring the rule of law. That’s why we uploaded the entire case on Scribd; we call it Apu’s Theory, Part 4. In short, Canada being a country obeying the rule of law is fake news.

Conclusion

France’s tax revolt is based on fake news. But Canada regularly uses fake news to impose taxes by: obfuscating tax laws, deeming false tax owing, fabricating evidence, using public policy against private property rights, and ignoring the rule of law.

In conclusion, unless Canada stops using fake news for collecting taxes, it may also have a tax revolt.

 

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