POLITICAL: Corporations redomicile?


When an American Company Redomiciles to the Cayman Islands, What Lesson Should We Learn?
Posted by Daniel J. Mitchell

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Another American company has decided to expatriate for tax reasons. This process has been going on for decades, with companies giving up their U.S. charters (a form of business citizenship) and redomiciling in low-tax jurisdictions such as Bermuda, Ireland, Switzerland, Panama, Hong Kong, and the Cayman Islands.

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That “We, The Sheeple” are stupid?

There has to be a big red arrow drawn from “corporatocracy”, “crony capitalism”, and “too big to fail”.

Directly to absolute silly Gooferment diktats, policies, and other stupidity.

Even if you don’t accept my assertion that corporations don’t pay taxes, (they either pass them along to real people OR go out of business), then you must understand that if all the other “states” are ⅓ lower, where would you move your business?

The politicians and bureaucrats aren’t getting the message. I’m not sure that “We, The Sheeple” get it either. Do you?

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RANT: The lesson of Nagasaki


Duty to Warn
The Bombing of Nagasaki August 9, 1945: Another Example of Christians Killing Christians in the Name of Christ
by Gary G. Kohls

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So, at 11:02 am, August 9, 1945, in the middle of morning mass, the Christians of Nagasaki were boiled, evaporated and carbonized in a scorching, radioactive fireball that was several times hotter than the sun. The vibrant center of Japanese Christianity was wiped out. It had become Ground Zero.

And what the Japanese Imperial government could not do in over 250 years of persecution, American Christians had done in 9 seconds. 8,500 of Nagasaki’s worshipping community of 12,000 perished that day. None of those who died were combatants.

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Perhaps the next military atrocities like Nagasaki, Fallujah and My Lai can be prevented if a substantial number of Christian churches courageously and publicly start to resist the militaristic policies of their nations by actively refusing their government’s call for the bodies and souls of their sons and daughters.

If the churches start to exercise their sacred duty to warn their parishioners about the soul-destroying nature of war, it may not be too late to save our dying, war-torn, morally and financially bankrupt planet.

Heeding the lessons of Nagasaki is a good way to start.

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Hard to read this or see the picture.

And, the various churches, who supposedly revere the Prince of Peace, seem to be out sync with the meme.

How does one reconcile this militarism, empire, and killing?

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