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Told You , Justice in world is fake..tasman1

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#1 by tasman1 » Mon Oct 29, 2018 23:07

2% tax, wow , ? for rich only , that is shit justice in this shit world

Britain’s chancellor has announced a new “digital services tax” that is expected to target tech giants such as Facebook (FB), Google (GOOGL), and Amazon (AMZN).

Finance minister Philip Hammond announced the new tax, which comes into force in 2020, as part of the 2018 budget on Monday.

It is only right that these global giants, which are profitable in the UK, pay their fair share in supporting our public services, Hammond said when announcing the new 2% tax, without naming any specific businesses.


What a crap , time for revolution and bring back guillotine
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#2 by DannyChiarelli » Mon Oct 29, 2018 23:34

2% from the tech industry is huge.

Remember industries/companies don't pay taxes - consumers do.



You need to make up you mind,

Government is corrupt and waste tax payers money ...but you want to give them more.
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#3 by tasman1 » Mon Oct 29, 2018 23:37

DannyChiarelli wrote: 2% from the tech industry is huge.

Remember industries/companies don't pay taxes - consumers do.



You need to make up you mind,

Government is corrupt and waste tax payers money ...but you want to give them more.


Nope . I want Mr Average to pay less , if fu.....ng rich pay 2% it will be ok we pay 1 %

P.S. Hi Dany , long no see , how are you
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#4 by DannyChiarelli » Tue Oct 30, 2018 00:00

I want every one to pay less taxes... Rich or not.


Though, not sure what rich means.



Rare to be proud of a taxpayer funded government project.




That said,
Should tech companies be broken up so they have less power? YES.




I am well. You?
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#5 by nursemorph » Tue Oct 30, 2018 01:36

I have no problems with this...a 2% tax on top of what companies with £500m+ revenues already pay will bring more revenue in. Downsides are that it may drive businesses away from the UK or they will resort to even more creative accounting than they do now to avoid paying what they should. No doubt the money raised, however, will find it's way into the pockets of MPs and others through increases in pay or into the pockets of the businesses involved through business rebates etc thus negating the tax to begin with...it certainly won't find it's way to those who need it
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#6 by Nikorj » Tue Oct 30, 2018 07:54

I think capitalism has become sick and rotten, For industries today it has become a matter of money and only that, The income is expected to grow every year, And only that is seen as acceptable.

How many have heard about the big tax return fraud that hit european countries where Belgium, Norway, Germany, France Denmark etc. got cheated for over 400 billion DKK by foreign crooks that had no right to them. And all the big banks participated "Oh yeah", Not only did they participate!! they've had people dedicated for this purpose only!!.

Do i like capitalism? = Yes, It ensures wealth.
Do i think capitalism is sick = Yes, Greed devours the mind (sadly)

I know i've mentioned Amazon's owner Jeff bezos before, But i think he's a fine example on how money can change you.

Allright, 2 options to choose from here.

You've made it big time and you're making just as much money as Jeff bezos, What would you choose?

1: A healthy vibrant workspace with satisfied employees that you can always count on, And are willing to do more for you if asked politely, Don't worry!! you are still earning a shitload of cash daily, In a matter of fact spending all of them would nearly be impossible (next day you will have the same problem).

2: Gray depressed workers that overworks themselves but still need an extra job to make the ends meet, Lousy wage, Lot's of sick workers, you are a lousy shithole no one likes!!,BUUUUT you're the worlds richest person and money has become just as natural for you as number 8 in Oxygen. CONGRATULATIONS!!

No one want's to pay for others healthcare, Unless it's themselves that needs to visit a hospital for a longer period :lol: :lol:

And please stop calling Denmark for socialistic, WE ARE NOT SOCIALISTS MR TRUMP.
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#7 by tasman1 » Tue Oct 30, 2018 16:18

My solution for the world

1. Maximum wealth one can have ...............20 million
2. Minimum one person can have ................10% more than today
3. All prices stay at today level , rise a price and die
4. Politicians pay....................................... Avg workers pay
5. Universal health care .............................Same for all
6. Bring back guillotine ...............................Chop all who not obey law until population come back to 1 billion max
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#8 by Nikorj » Tue Oct 30, 2018 19:28

Good suggestions Tas!!

I do think that politicians should have a decent wage given the responsibility they take on their shoulders, But all these extra benefits they have should be cancelled immediately.

I also think we need to regulate differently when it comes to big corporations and their business practices instead of just letting them do as they please, Unregulated capitalism is in my opinion not able to regulate itself when it grows too much.

Another good example is the gaming industry where greed really has taken over when it comes to triple a developers (AAA) where many of the big company's now have implemented microtransactions and gambling mechanics in their games as we know from betting sites (to maximize profit), And it f...... destroys the quality of the game.

Most developers are now actually releasing their games in a more or less broken state cause they're told by their shareholders to do so, And they are to impatient to wait for the game to be tested properly before launch. All these shareholders care about is profit, And by that it means "MORE PROFIT" Not to break even, But to make more than they did last year.

It's about the same concept other big companys are striving for.

One good thing is that the Danish tax agency is actually right now trying to get some of the money back over in the US. Good luck with that!
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#9 by tasman1 » Tue Oct 30, 2018 22:52

The widening and deepening of capitalism, which many economists misname globalization, has had traumatic impacts on workers. Sped up by what has been called neoliberalism (basically, the political program of modern global capital), the growing penetration of capitalist production and consumption relationships around the globe has literally pitched workers from pillar to post. For example, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has forced hundreds of thousands of Mexican peasants and wage workers to abandon their home country and migrate to the United States. Similarly, government austerity and “free market” programs—curbing food and health subsidies to the poor, closing and selling state enterprises, suppression of worker and peasant protests, and the like—in countries like India and China have deprived many workers of what security they had attained and pushed peasants from their land into cities.

In the world’s rich nations, neoliberalism has dictated an assault on workers, with massive cutbacks in social welfare spending, legal protections, health care, and pensions. At the same time, production has been rapidly transformed in such a way that many workplaces can function profitably with only a small core of full-time workers. The remaining workforce consists of part-time and full-time workers laboring as independent contractors or employees of firms to which work has been outsourced. To make this system function effectively, there has to be a large pool of easily exploited men and women seeking employment. Newly arrived immigrants and displaced domestic workers fit the bill exactly. They supply the labor demanded by the radically restructured workplaces.

In the United States—poster child for the neoliberal model—there now exists an enormous class of poor workers, left to their own devices and made up both of immigrants and native-born. They are desperate for work and willing to accept low wages, long hours, and abhorrent working conditions. They are chronically short of money and are typically without access to things more well-off people take for granted, one of the most important of which is the services of banks, especially credit. Without such access, they may be unable to cash a paycheck, obtain phone service, have utilities connected, buy furniture, purchase a car, and rent or own housing. But just as a reserve army of labor sets employers to licking their chops and brings forth entirely new groups of exploiting “entrepreneurs,” so too the considerable sums of money in the hands of the entire class of poor workers create new groups of predatory lenders, salivating at the opportunity to steal this money.

Capitalism , think it is time to kill it
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#10 by Nikorj » Wed Oct 31, 2018 05:11

True true, I do know the immigrants (legal and illegal) are being exploited by employers in the us, And most often without any form of security.

But i also think it has something to do with the free and open immigration policy the US have always had, There are simply to many immigrants and too few job opportunities. for them.

Right now in Copenhagen they're about to expand the metro, But do you think they're using Danish workers for the job??. Of course not, Danish workers are to expensive and 90% are brought in from mostly Poland to cut costs.

I've also seen a few hoods in the US and i can tell you it's not a very pleasant sight at all!!, Houses in ruins and shambles, Trash and litter everywhere , People sleeping in tents on the sidewalk, Quite a shocker for foreigners not used to it.
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