Schlagwort-Archive: property rights

A view on different taxes

especially in regard to the situation in Greece.

Well my opinion about taxes it that they are theft in any case, It’s not a deal you may make or may not do. You live in country X the “authorities” from country X will tax you.
You have no choice but comply, otherwise you will be “convinced” at the point of a gun and/or face hard times in jail.

It would be a little better if you’d have the chance at least to state for what you are willing to pay. Let’ s assume e.g the higway were build from the government. And you use them . The right thing would be to charge only those using the highways. That would be just. Anyway if you’d had at least the chance saying from my taxes x% are for the highways. (It’s just an example) this would be at least fit something a little bit like a market. But you do not even have that choice. So without doubt taxes are payments without some guranteed return. So in fact it’s theft and because it involves the “violence monoply” of the state it’s even worse

But income taxes are less expropriating as taxes on substance and or deat taxes. If there is an even more unjust type of tax, those are the candidates. Assume e.g you earn exaclty the free income before income tax applied. You do not pay any tax than.. Now assume you earn just that much money and have a substance tax, as were introduced in Greece. Now you have to pay the tax and you get taxed before income tax can set in. Now what does that mean. You may have to ask for a credit to pay your taxes? And next year when the same holds the interestes and principals have to be paid and the taxes again?

So in fact taxes on the substance are absolutly incompatible with property. So they are the most unjust things ever put on tax payers. And that’s the way Greece has gone. The requirements and payments get more and more injust. And still the same old gang is at the top. Now tell me something about hate….

Let’s talk about democracy

Would you agree if I asked “We all are “democrats” ….?

Do you?..

Let’s see what it means. Democracy means some figures are the “majority” and can decide for all. So let’s talk our “beloved” Germany as example. We have around 80 Millions men in here. Let’s be generous and assume 10 000 000 millions of them are children. They are excluded from every vote. Let’s assume 5 millions are divere foreigners with not voting rights here. So we’re down to around 65 millions. According to the BNN here in BW around 7.8 millions are allowed to vote (with around 14 millions living here) so with all means let’s assume just half the living beengs here can vote. Now how’s it with the majority than?

Now it gets worse. Just around 2/3 of them reall do go voting so we are down to 40 * 2 / 3 = 26.67 millions. Majoritiy? Now let’s see the last voting result CDU around 35 %, FDP around 15% so over all 13,33 millions.

So 13.33 millions do decide for 80 million people. Well I can not see a much poorer picture. Just around 1/8 of the men here, can decide what to do. And it’s getting worse it’s not possible to question their doings. Laws may be abiden , but maybe not. And if you think it can not be worse. There is not way for more than 300 million people to questions the doing of the EU. Because the EU is not a democracy but a partycrocy. (will say just parties of the diverse countries can decide) and then we go down to all member of diverse parties. Which “rule”.

I’m afraid we are have to live after rules from a few thousand people. With hardly a safety net to prevent them intruding our private lifes. These few thousand people have taken all of us hostage and a big machine to shelter them from us. They give orders to those under arms and well they make laws we have to abide to but they don’t. In Germany many laws are just for the “non politicians”….

Even if we’d have Saints as “rulers”. There is the all present threat of using force against you. They make the laws and they own the guns. They will come to your house take and inform you. Well sorry, but this country you own is needed by the “public” you better be prepared to loose it. Oh yes you can try to fight them, but fact is they have stolen things which were owned by the disfunkt GDR. But the original owners did not get back their property. Another always present threat is simply “go-to-jail”. You won’t abide to pay your taxes -> go to jail, you do not want your children in a public school -> go to jail.

So is this a desirable way of “living”. I’m afraid I disagree.

The base of all living together is to
1) abide to the property of anyone
2) contracts.

If you than just add one simple thing. “Don’t do to others, what you do not want to be done to you”. And we are fine. Current politics means “I know what’s best for you and you better follow”..

So is democracy all that good? I happily conclude: “No”. It just can get a bit better if you always can request the actions of your politicians. We do not have this extra in our Grundgesetz, and the current deledefs do no allow us deciding upon our constituition. (Believe it or not our Grundgesetz is just a provisional arrangement).

Request to the Economics

It would be terrible nice to check out which country was the soundest before the GFC, during the GFC and how will recover most quickly.
And especially what the Keynisiens have to show to prove their points.
Here’s one comment about not beeing Kynesian

However this is far from true for Germany. However in comparison to Japan and US the helps was less. But far from “neglectable”.

What questions I’d like to see addressed.
– how are property rights and well-beeing connected. I have not doubt there is a relationship and this one must be very strong.
– how is stable money and well beeing connnected.

In both areas I’ve a strong opinion. I’d like to see it confirmed or not. Because if there is a relationship and if there is even a strong one. Then we surely can say
the Deledefs have not done well. Then we have to conclude. DESPITE the efforts of them….

But who will dare to challenge them. I bet no-one here in Germany, as you might know every professor is paid for by the governement. And so I strongly assume they do quite some cherry-picking. One of the most dreadful things which have come out of this can you see with the climate hysteria. Even in Germany just a handful professors have opposed the diverse bail-outs, and interstingly enough most of them were not active any longer. And you can see that in Germany the idea of stimulus is heard everywhere.

So who will dare to oppose the Deledefs, who will at least try to defend civil and even human rights. Indeed I say human right. There should be one human right which claims. “a base or human rights is a stable currency”. So we need property, freedom of contract and precious money. If we got that we probably could get along whith this superflouus bureaucrats and deledefs.