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UN Wants World Tax To ‘Help The Poor’


Global levy needed to aid “needy people” get free housing, education and healthcare

Paul Joseph Watson
Friday, February 3, 2012

The United Nations wants a world tax imposed on all financial transactions to fund a global model of social services that will provide “needy people” with a basic income, free healthcare, education and housing.

The drive is part of the UN’s mission to create a “social protection floor” under the auspices of the Commission on Social Development, which began this week in New York. The SPF will become the UN’s primary focus from 2015 onwards when the Millennium Development Goals project concludes.

“The money to fund these services may come from a new world tax,” reports the Deseret News, quoting Jens Wandel, Deputy Director of the United Nations Development Program, who said that a long term funding plan for the project would center around “a minimal financial transaction tax (of .005 percent). This will create $40 billion in revenue.”


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Comment by David Jackson
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 Dear UN:  KMA!

 When the hell are people going to wake up? It's time to end the second most successful international long con in history, and kick these degenerate freaks the hell out of the United States. The UN is the most expensive (expansive) pay toilet in the world; it's time we hung a sign on it and used for what it has always represented!