Bilderberg 2013: Birth of the Global Tax System

The timing could not be any better. Google, the great innovator may just provide the pretext allowing a global government to bypass sovereign citizens and voters in individual countries and implement a new global tax system.

In public, UK Chancellor George Osborne and Labour leader Ed Miliband are attacking Google for avoiding paying millions in corporate tax into British coffers, but in private they are rubbing elbows with Google CEO Eric Schmidt at the Grove Hotel in North London, first at Google’s pre-Bilderberg Summit, and later at next week’s Bilderberg Meeting at the same venue. And while internet monopoly giants argue about the issue of unpaid tax, plans are being drawn up for a new global profit tax regime.

The UK’s Independent newspaper led by its liberal-leaning economics editor Ben Chu, is just one major media outlet to trumpet to virtues of a new global tax, which will be at the top of the agenda at this year’s Bilderberg meeting:

“The cascade of revelations in recent months showing multinational companies doing a huge amount of business here and yet paying virtually no corporation tax has provoked widespread public demands for something to be done.

(…) The natural solution is to secure an agreement by all the world’s governments to tax the profits of multinational firms collectively and to divide up the revenues fairly between them. This division could be based on the amount of business done by the multinational in their various territories as revealed by their turnover and number of employees.”

– See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/bilderberg-2013-googles-false-flag-gives-birth-to-new-global-tax-regime_062013#sthash.KSEVqFBz.dpuf

The UK’s Independent newspaper led by its liberal-leaning economics editor Ben Chu, is just one major media outlet to trumpet to virtues of a new global tax, which will be at the top of the agenda at this year’s Bilderberg meeting:

“The cascade of revelations in recent months showing multinational companies doing a huge amount of business here and yet paying virtually no corporation tax has provoked widespread public demands for something to be done.

(…) The natural solution is to secure an agreement by all the world’s governments to tax the profits of multinational firms collectively and to divide up the revenues fairly between them. This division could be based on the amount of business done by the multinational in their various territories as revealed by their turnover and number of employees.”

– See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/bilderberg-2013-googles-false-flag-gives-birth-to-new-global-tax-regime_062013#sthash.KSEVqFBz.dpuf

The UK’s Independent newspaper led by its liberal-leaning economics editor Ben Chu, is just one major media outlet to trumpet to virtues of a new global tax, which will be at the top of the agenda at this year’s Bilderberg meeting:

“The cascade of revelations in recent months showing multinational companies doing a huge amount of business here and yet paying virtually no corporation tax has provoked widespread public demands for something to be done.

(…) The natural solution is to secure an agreement by all the world’s governments to tax the profits of multinational firms collectively and to divide up the revenues fairly between them. This division could be based on the amount of business done by the multinational in their various territories as revealed by their turnover and number of employees.”

– See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/bilderberg-2013-googles-false-flag-gives-birth-to-new-global-tax-regime_062013#sthash.KSEVqFBz.dpuf

The UK’s Independent newspaper led by its liberal-leaning economics editor Ben Chu, is just one major media outlet to trumpet to virtues of a new global tax, which will be at the top of the agenda at this year’s Bilderberg meeting:

“The cascade of revelations in recent months showing multinational companies doing a huge amount of business here and yet paying virtually no corporation tax has provoked widespread public demands for something to be done.

(…) The natural solution is to secure an agreement by all the world’s governments to tax the profits of multinational firms collectively and to divide up the revenues fairly between them. This division could be based on the amount of business done by the multinational in their various territories as revealed by their turnover and number of employees.”

– See more at: http://www.thedailysheeple.com/bilderberg-2013-googles-false-flag-gives-birth-to-new-global-tax-regime_062013#sthash.KSEVqFBz.dpuf

Source: http://www.21stcenturywire.com/2013/0…

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