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“Atleast we have no war” – that is the result if you talk about rich vs poor in Germany.

src: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/rankorder/2172rank.html

https://www.indexmundi.com/facts/indicators/SI.POV.GINI/rankings

Well for how long – because there are undemocratic powers already preparing the next catastrophe exclusively for you – the exploitet citizen with the “alternativlos” (without alternative) choice.

The rich and the corrupt politicians want to become richer no matter the social or environmental costs.

The poor should eat up each other – that is the plan through war and austerity.

“Hauptsache kein Krieg” heißt das Fazitwenn es um die Schere Arm vs Reich geht – von der viele behaupten, Sie existiere gar nicht und versuchen diese in ihren Blabla-Lawinen zu verschleiern. Ist es wirklich so einfach? Die Menschen haben das Gefühl keine Mitsprache und keine Stimme mehr zu haben. Eine Gefahr für die Demokratie – falls Deutschland jemals eine war.

income inequality chart germany
The lower 50% in #Germany have added together 0% wealth(the lower 10% have debt, 20% have actually zero and another 20% have a little money equal to the debt of the lowest 10%)

Dokumentation:

Die mit Steuergeldern finanzierte Dokumentation “Arme Reiche Deutschland” ist nur mit Tor Browser Bundle aus zB USA aus sichtbar/abspielbar, weil diese von den GEZ / GEMA NAZIs extra für Sie, den Steuerzahler, blockiert wurde. Gratulation allen beteiligten Eliten. Wie war das nochmal, in Deutschland gibt es keine Zensur? Naja… fast.

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da zenziert auf Youtube, Alternative aus Russland: Rutube.ru

https://rutube.ru/video/2f015079c5f8d83baea336fa2adb448d/

Einen herzlichen Dank dabei an allen beteiligte. Gut dass es diese Alternative (noch) gibt. Das Dollar-Imperium schmiedet schon Kriegspläne. Na dann gute Nacht.

 

 

Diskussion:

Sportfreunde Stiller: “How long will we have to wait… until times become better”

Germany: Minister of Finance Scheuble:

Praises the “good shape” in which the German economy and wages are (not).

The German government was reluctant to pass the “minimum pay law” (there was none before 2015) of 8.50€ – now they somewhat agree it was a good idea and want to raise it to 8.84€ in 2017. “Woohooo”.

This is BEFORE TAXES – which means you end up with 5€ per hour after taxes, which is RIDICULOUS. Lets assume you pay 500€ of Rent – you will have to work 100 hours a month – just to afford THE RENT. A car costs around 150€ per Month (without gas). THIS JUST DOES NOT WORK or pay off in any f**** way.

Germany is paying the lowest wages in Europe – exploiting basically all the other european countries that it exports to and that can not or do not want to compete in this race to the bottom.

Scheuble says whoever claims a growing gap in inequality between rich and poor exists in Germany is a “post-factual populist” like Trump. Whatever that means. “post factual” and “fake news” are new words for “lies”.

So basically he says – whoever says there is a growing gap between rich and poor is a liar.

No words about tax evasion, monopolies or money creation here… topics “too hot” for the media in Germany. (if you want to get fired – go ahead – make my news). Well you can ignore it but it won’t go away by itself. The winners take it all – no matter the social and environmental costs? How stupid, unsustainable and fucked up system is that?

This articles continues in German:

Scheuble: “Deutschland und den Deutschen geht es gut wie lange nicht.

Wir haben die höchste Steigerung bei Reallöhnen und Renten, die beste Arbeitsmarktlage seit Jahren und seit 2005 ist die Einkommensverteilung in Deutschland weitgehend stabil”

“Von der guten Beschäftigungslage profitieren gerade die unteren Einkommensschichten”

Warum nimmt dann die Kinderarmut in Deutschland jedes Jahr weiter zu?

Wer behauptet dass die Kluft zwischen Arm und Reich anwächst – dem wirft Scheuble vor Populismus zu betreiben.

Wer andere Fakten vor bringt so Scheuble: “verfolgt populistisch die angebliche Spaltung der Gesellschaft und folgt der Post-Faktische Methode des US Wahlkampfes”

Das Arbeitseinkommen ist seit 2000 um 5% gestiegen, das Einkommen aus Vermögen und unternehmerischer Tätigkeit um 30%.

Die Deutschen haben in Wirklichkeit weniger Netto-Vermögen als in den europäischen Nachbarländern.

50% der Bevölkerung haben keine Ersparnisse.

Die Armutsquote 2016: 16% – Höchststand.

Geld konzentriert sich bei den Reichen – 250 Mrd. Euro werden in Deutschland jährlich vererbt und mit 2% durchschnittlich besteuert.

Vermögen der 100 wohlhabendsten Bundesbürger auf knapp 428 Mrd Euro geschätzt.

Das statistische Bundesamt geht davon aus, dass die reichsten 10% der Haushalte über 70% des Gesamtvermögens in Deutschland verfügen.

Auf welche Weise Stabil?

Deutschland – stabile Sonderrolle in der EU

2000-2010 war Deutschland das einzige europäische Land in dem die Reallöhne zurück gingen.

Ab 2010 Zuwächse und 2013 wieder Minus damit auf Rang 10.

Deutschland: Durchschnittliche Jahreseinkommen 2016: 37.000€ im Jahr – zum Vergleich – Martin Winterkorn 9 Millionen € jährlich.

Die Chance aus eigener Arbeit Vermögen aufzubauen ist nahezu UNMÖGLICH geworden.

Deutschland ist eines der schwächsten Länder was die Aufstiegschancen ärmerer Kinder an geht.

Ein Blick nach USA:

In den USA leben 530 Milliardäre – das Einkommen der reichsten 1% ist 2013 um +32% gestiegen.

Das durchschnittliche Familieneinkommen liegt heute 4000 USD unter dem von vor 20 Jahren. Fast 47 Millionen US Bürger leben von weniger als 12.000 USD im Jahr.

Ein Blick nach Russland:

Credit Suise: “Global Wealth Report” 2016. Die Kluft zwischen 99% und 1% Superreichen Russen
so tief ist wie noch nie. Milliardäre von 8 auf 110 gestiegen. 94% der erwachsenen Bevölkerung in Russland haben weniger als 10.000 USD im Jahr. Viele leben in bitterer Armut. Im Jahr 2010 lebten offiziell 12% 18 Millionen Menschen unter der Armutsgrenze.

 

Ungleichheite heute (26) Die Treiber der Vermögensungleichheit
Warum besitzen 10 % der Bevölkerung mehr als die Hälfte des Vermögens?

Fazit

Der Befund scheint zunächst eindeutig. Das aggregierte Nettovermögen hat sich in den letzten 20 Jahren mehr als verdoppelt. Die Vermögensungleichheit in Deutschland fällt im internationalen Vergleich relativ hoch aus. Die Konzentration des Vermögens am oberen Ende der Verteilung wird nur von wenigen Ländern wie beispielsweise Schweden und den USA übertroffen. In der letzten Dekade verharrte die Ungleichheit auf einem hohen Niveau. Die Konzentration stieg weiter an. Im EWU-weiten Vergleich landet Deutschland hinsichtlich des durchschnittlichen Vermögens auf einem mittleren Platz und bezüglich des mittleren Vermögens auf einem der hinteren Plätze. Hauptverantwortlich dafür ist die geringste Hauseigentümerquote innerhalb der EWU.

Quelle: http://wirtschaftlichefreiheit.de/wordpress/?p=15057

Related Links:

Vermögensmobilität Sind wir noch selbst unser Glückes Schmied? Von Marcus Fraaß am 26. März 2015 http://wirtschaftlichefreiheit.de/wordpress/?p=17039

http://www.zeit.de/2014/11/ungleichheit-reichtum-kapitalismus

https://www.oecd.org/berlin/publikationen/bildung-auf-einen-blick.htm

Mittelstand stirbt – “Leistungsanreize gehen verloren”  – http://www.arm-und-reich.de/

All that this says is: “Germany – don’t you dare to cooperate with Russia – in any possible way”.

Because: We – the Illuminati – want to install world control by a global currency and Russia and Iran is “in the way” – because they have a currency backed by natural resources.

Second: within the current monetary system there are like a million loopholes and ways to cheat – and every day the “hackers” from the City of London sit together and try to find new ones – and they do.

Why is that so?

Because no matter east or west – BigBanks & BigCompanies & your Government & the Mafia sit down for a cappuccino daily and say “look – i have this and that money – don’t ask from where – how can i keep it?”

So they joint forces to cheat on you – the stupid average guy taxed to the max until collapse – who cares about sustainability in those circles? Maybe 1% – but not more.

This is like a corruption or cheating-competition.

Who cheats better wins. I can complain here in this blog about it… while not being able to change much – before a collapse.

http://michael-hudson.com/2015/09/killing-the-host-the-book/

German Russian cooperation at it’s best – Ain’t it great? Germany provides the creative solution – Russia the resources. 😀

I bet with you that Banks from London and USA did the exactly same thing – and did not get a fine 😀 but probably stopped for GeoPolitical / GeoEconomical / Illuminati reasons – otherwise they probably would get killed by some Illuminati-Member-and-CIA-Agent.

“One company which has been feeling US law enforcement’s interest in corruption is Deutsche Bank.

This week the company has been given

a fine by US and UK authorities of over $600m for helping to launder over $10bn.

The scheme worked on a system called mirror trading.

The company allowed clients in Russia to buy stocks in Rubles and then immediately sell them in London.

This allowed people to transfer money out of Russia and convert it into dollars without the individual in question making an international transfer.

As a statement by the UK financial watchdog said:

“The purpose of the mirror trades was the conversion of Rubles into US Dollars and the covert transfer of those funds out of Russia, which is highly suggestive of financial crime,”

src: http://preview.mailerlite.com/v9e8r6/554267272315669708/k9b3/

 

“This result puts the Irish role as a blueprint for other countries into question.

Ireland’s strategy of attracting foreign owned companies by low corporate taxation rates can be seen as a beggar-they neighbour strategy, increasing downward competition for taxation in the EU.

The strategy is not even clearly positive for Irish citizens, at least not for those relying on wage income.

Therefore, it is surprising that the government seems to be willing to continue to compete for foreign owned companies by low corporate taxation rates, as a series of publications of the Department of Finance (2014) seems to indicate as well as the discussion of having to accept tax payments of Apple (CNBC Sep. 7, 2016)”

The full paper can be read here.

It is basically governments – taking away each other’s last powers over the financial system to privately owned corporations.

It is just another example that shows – how divided and fucked up the European Union really is – and that it was about rule-by-money right from the start – thank’s a lot Oil Company Elf and Chancellor Kohl – we hope you die earlier than expected – nobody will mourn you.

http://www.dw.com/en/the-scandal-that-rocked-the-government-of-helmut-kohl/a-5137950

After having given away money-production to private banks – they now give away the right to tax to private corporations.

The result – will be dysfunctional states – that need to be “rescued” by a world currency and an almighty surveillance state – probably a world government like Orwell’s 1984.

Why are the states unwilling – or even unable to form a cartel? (actually the European Union is supposed to be something like that)

So do private companies to avoid too much competition – like with the light-bulb cartel of 1942?

It is just too stupid to believe they do not know what they are doing. Same goes for Switzerland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands… the list is endless.

src: http://www.taxjustice.net/2017/01/27/tax-avoidance-ireland-economic-miracle/

A recent paper from the German University of Applied Sciences provides further evidence as to the futility of countries adopting a tax haven approach (see below – “Is tax avoidance at the heart of Ireland’s economic miracle“). The paper details how Ireland’s pursuit of becoming a tax haven has led to an increase in headline economic growth, but that growth is artificially inflated by companies shifting foreign profits to Ireland. These profits do not filter down to the Irish economy and the Irish worker is left little better off from Ireland’s economic strategy. Other countries however, see their tax revenues drop as companies shift profits to Ireland.

For small countries like Ireland, there can be a sense that freeloading off the profits of other larger economies provides some benefit. Yes, they might take a smaller share of the pie, but that pie is larger from foreign companies pouring profits into the jurisdiction as they seek a tax benefit.

Britain attacks!

For larger countries that kind freeloading is much more difficult and attempts to steal other countries profits will be seen as much more aggressive and threatening.

For that reason it was of particular concern that the UK government seems to have embraced the policy of the tax war. As part of the UK bargaining over Brexit, the UK has openly threatened to turn itself into a tax haven if they do not get a good deal from the negotiations over leaving the European Union. What is remarkable about the UK position, is that the policy of slashing taxes on business is not being justified as being beneficial to the UK economy, but instead, its attractiveness is in the harm it does to others!

Our director,  Alex Cobham, wrote about this worrying statement from the UK government, and how Europe could take steps to protect itself from such an attack.

Non Dom Italy

It is not just the UK which has started to adopt aggressive tax policies as a result of Brexit. It seems that the Italians are getting in on the game as well. The country is seeking to adopt a non domiciled tax rule similar to the UK, which allows people to live in the country but claim their tax residency is somewhere else. The non-dom rule has done a lot to make London the world capital of oligarchs, who can live in London and enjoy all the benefits of England whilst keeping their wealth offshore.

The Italian government sees Brexit as an opportunity to poach some of the world’s wealthy elite away from London and bring them to Italy, where they can continue to contribute little to society in mildly better climate.

Taxing times for Trump

In the US, the new administration continues to spray out random ideas about taxation, mostly aimed at finding new ways of paying for a giant border wall with Mexico, which is estimated to cost an eye watering $20bn.

Controversy was sparked when the White House Press Secretary suggested that Mr Trump might endorse a proposal to put a 20% tax on all profits derived from imported goods. Within hours, Mr Spicer had rolled back saying it was just an option, and the President’s Chief of Staff said the President was looking at a “buffet of options”. We all wait in anticipation as to who or what the President might eat next.

The good news from America is that the public are not taking the refusal of President to be clear with his own tax returns without a fight. A petition to ask the US President to disclose his tax returns is currently the biggest petition in the history of the White House petitions system. Will Mr Trump finally tell us whether he is contributing to the state like the rest of working America? We wait in anticipation of the response.

Snow washing

Canada is the world’s newest tax haven

This week saw the publication of a major investigation by the Toronto Star and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

“Canada is a good place to create tax planning structures to minimize taxes like interest, dividends, capital gains, retirement income and rental income,” reads a 2010 internal memo from Mossack Fonseca, the law firm behind the massive Panama Papers leak of 11.5 million documents detailing global tax avoidance and evasion.”

The focus of the investigation was the use of Canadian anonymous corporations to hide money laundering and evade taxes.

The findings will surprise many, who thought that Canada was just like America, except better regulated, nicer and with more social justice.  However, that seems to have been used to the advantage of some nefarious actors, who used use Canada’s reputation as a clean jurisdiction to ‘snow wash’ money. All of this is made possible because certain provinces of Canada enable people to hide the ownership of companies.

Automatic information exchange and tax

The Tax Justice Network’s latest report looks at how governments might improve on proposals to implement automatic exchange of information for tax purposes.

The report is based on a survey which was sent to more than 100 tax authorities. One of the most conclusive responses came in how authorities could use the information received from abroad. Read our blog and access the full report here.

My Advise to the Irish people and everyone else

Do it like Iceland:

  1. Randomly select 1000 people to write a new constitution – that also includes a new financial system with new rules.
  2. if the government refuses to accept the new constitution – force it out of the door – down a cliff.
  3. create new parties – do elections.

it is your right – because it is your country – and not Apple’s.