World Leaders Move Us One Step Closer to New World Order
One of the biggest conspiracy theories that has been around for decades has got to be the one about a global government and a New World Order.
There are several ways that people talk about this and I think that there is some truth mixed with some non-truth when people discuss a one world government.
Here are my personal thoughts on the matter:
I think that there is a push and has been a push for a one world government to some extent, and honestly, I think there is some sort of faction already that does control most of the world governments and banking.
Honestly, all you’ve got to do is look at the big families such as the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, and people like George Soros. They have FAR too much power and influence to just think that they’re not doing anything with it.
I think that this one world government will always remain in the shadows though. I don’t believe in the idea of the one world government that has one leader such as what you read about or see in the Left Behind movies regarding the dispensational theory of the end times. I used to, and I still have family members that do, but I personally am not convinced that this is the way it will all end.
Regardless, the leaders of the G20 are working toward pushing new rules from which there is “no turning back” from regarding a new global tax plan.
World leaders from the G-7 recently announced their support for the Biden administration’s plan to implement a global minimum corporate tax of at least 15 percent. The plan would effectively eliminate tax competition and create a government taxation cartel — companies could no longer vote with their feet and move to more tax-advantageous countries to grow their businesses.
Secretary Yellen has previously pushed the corporate global minimum tax agreement, arguing it is needed to “end the race to the bottom” and “make all citizens fairly share the burden of financing government.” What’s another term for a “race to the bottom”? It’s competition — the very principle Democrats and Republicans agree is missing from Big Tech and other industries. For some (political) reason, when the Biden administration has to compete, all that talk of the benefits of vigorous competition for American consumers and workers falls by the wayside.
The term “race to the bottom” is a not-so-clever mask (no pun intended, 2021) for Yellen’s real goal: to end tax competition. Putting a floor on the cost of government is like putting a floor on the cost of any other product. It’s bad for consumers. And in this case, it’s bad for businesses and workers.
As Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, wrote in a letter to U.S. policy-makers, “Cartels that keep prices high hurt consumers. Creating a tax OPEC of governments to avoid tax competition is bad for citizens and taxpayers. Competition drives out self-serving rent-seekers in business and in government.”
And if you think this isn’t going to gain any ground, think again, because it’s set to be voted on in Congress.