One World Government: Obama’s Grand Scheme to Redistribute U.S. Wealth Through the U.N.

 

Half of the members of the U.N. are terrorist states, maybe more. Far more are at least somewhat totalitarian. They are continually confused: one committee will welcome terrorists to lead human rights meetings and other committees will condemn terrorists. They are predominantly Marxist and most are not friends of the U.S. and Israel.

Now they want to impose worldwide taxes as part of their global control and to fill their coffers. Who wouldn’t want to jump right on this? How could anyone resist?

  • The U.N. wants to tax all cigarettes throughout the world by 70%.
  • They want a 1% tax on billionaires everywhere in the world.
  • They want to tax all currency trading in the U.S. dollar [surprise, surprise], the euro, the Japanese yen, and the British pound sterling.
  • They want a teeny little tax on all financial transactions, including stock and bond trading and trading in financial derivatives.
  • Of course they must tax carbon emissions and all airline tickets.
  • Then there is the royalty of all undersea mineral resources extracted more than 100 miles offshore of any nations’ territory

The U.N. Marxists want to redistribute all extra monies from richer nations to poorer ones.

This is being discussed at the U.N. as we speak and it will continue until December. They can cause a lot of trouble by December. Also, Obama will have “more flexibility” in December.

The poorer nations want what we’ve earned and they want it the easy way – in the form of a gift.

The U.N. calls the global tax “innovative financing.” [Good grief.]

An ECOSOC  (U.N.) document produced last April can be summarized succinctly in this way,  “the time has come to confront the challenge.” [of taxing us to death]

This idea has a lot of supporters in the U.S. from Columbia’s Earth Institute to the moronic Occupiers. Are we stupid or what?

Do check out the U.N.’s creative financing here - CLICK HERE FOR A TAX LIST

Read the story at Fox News

Biden pushing it:

 

From Obama’s finance guru:

via Leak Source

Gene “the Machine” Sperling wants a “global minimum tax” on corporations. He is Obama’s director of the National Economic Council and he sees it as a variation of the bookkeeping trickery known as the Buffett Rule [steal from the rich to pay off the poor]

Sperling is looking for shared sacrifice, not just within our nation, but throughout the world.

He wants to remove tax incentives for companies that ship jobs overseas which will not create jobs here since the same taxation will be in place in the U.S.

The Cato Institute did some fact checking and pointed out that the government encourages sending American jobs to slave labor hellholes like China and Vietnam and imposes a 40 percent tax rate on corporations that invest in the United States.

Obama’s “Blueprint for an America Built to Last,” which allegedly brings jobs back to the U.S. is class warfare and it is a re-election gimmick;

In other words, the genuinely rich are likely to be the least harmed by high tax rates in the top brackets,” writes Thomas Sowell. “People who are looking for jobs are likely to be the most harmed, because they cannot equally easily transfer themselves overseas to take the jobs that are being created there by American investments that are fleeing from high tax rates at home.”

Likewise, small business — the real engine of job creation in America — is unable to transfer themselves overseas and escape the tax collectors.

Officialdom insists Obama’s blueprint wasn’t cooked up at the United Nations. Instead, it was conceived by the globalists at the Council on Foreign Relations, where Mr. Sperling is on staff as Senior Fellow for Economic Policy.

The CFR, Federal Reserve, Geithner’s Treasury where Sperling works, the IMF, World Bank, the Trilateral Commission, and the United Nations all work for the international bankers who are installing world government and a centralized global banking structure, so any dismissals by the White House are irrelevant.

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Sara Noble

Sara Noble

Sara Noble, B.A. English Literature, St. John's University; M.S. Education, M.A. Administration, Hofstra University. World traveler. Worked with children as a teacher and school administrator for three decades. Published in educational journals, children's mystery magazines, and was an editor at This Week Magazine. I am devoted to an America that promotes free enterprise and ingenuity, values the Constitution as intended, and does not encourage a nanny state under the casuistic banner of "the common good". 

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