The Global Government Is Preparing A Global Tax Regime

11/30/201940 Comments

The New World Order's global(ist) government has just proposed a new global taxation regime to solidify their control over the tax cattle on the human plantation we call planet Earth. . . .

. . . But perhaps you missed that story when it ran in the controlled corporate media last month. Maybe that's because The New York Times went with the headline "Tech Giants Shift Profits to Avoid Taxes. There’s a Plan to Stop Them."

And perhaps you missed it when the global government put out its press release announcing its intentions in October. Maybe that's because the globalists are hiding behind the moniker "The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development" (OECD) and titled their document announcing the scheme "Secretariat Proposal for a 'Unified Approach' under Pillar One."

In fact, you'd be forgiven for missing this story, given the way it's been non-announced and un-reported. "Secretariat Proposal for a 'Unified Approach' under Pillar One"? What does that hodgepodge of bureaucratic gobbledygook even mean?

If you're like 99.9% of the public, those words, presented without context, mean absolutely nothing to you. In fact, you probably dozed off reading just the title. (And if you think that's bad, just wait until you get to the action-packed, informative first sentence of the document's introduction: "The tax challenges of the digitalisation of the economy were identified as one of the main areas of focus of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan, leading to the 2015 BEPS Action 1 Report.")

Yes, the most important and horrific pieces of legislation are presented to the public under false cover, either by naming them the opposite of what they are—USA FREEDOM Act, anyone?—or by giving them an incomprehensible, thoroughly uninteresting title and spelling them out in impenetrable legalese.

So what's the real story here, and what does it mean for the future of free humanity? Let's roll up our sleeves and find out, shall we?

Discover the terrible truth about the global tax grid behind the legalese gobbledygook in the official reports in this week's edition of The Corbett Report Subscriber. Also, stick around for James' recommended reading, viewing and listening.

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  1. manbearpig says:

    This stuck out for some reason when attempting to decipher that “Public Consultation” nightmare:

    “…It would also suggest that some sectors (for example, extractive industries
    and commodities) would be carved-out…Further discussion should also take place to consider whether other sectors (e.g. financial services) should also be carved out, taking into account the tax policy rationale as well as other practicalities…”

    At any rate… at least now I know why the Conseil National du Numérique is working just as quickly and opaquely on the “unified digital identity” project via utterly comparable sudden and totally unannounced “Public consultations”…(one of which I had the pleasure of attending)…

    Also a silly oversimplified idea occured to me as I read this awesome newsletter:

    that a simplified formula for keeping global wealth in the private/public Globalist family while instituting a (Ubuesque) UBI-esque system to quell revolt as the world tips irrevocably into the Smart totally connected hive-mind IT prison, even coaxing humanity into it, would be to implement Andrew Yang’s idea for corporate entities to pay users for their data

    and then tax that “income”.

    Finally, I realized just how cartoonesque and schematic my understanding of geopolitical (and general) reality is when reading the Secret War in Africa “recommended reading” links and hyperlinks… mindblowing…and I thought about the G20 taking place in Saint Petersburg in 2013…

    The world run on the broken up Standard Oil model…

    • manbearpig says:

      Oh yea! and it’s Saturday night so:

      best reflects my full mental welding to the system (suppose Dolly’s ain’t got the problems described in that silly Hollywood flick) but she sure sings’em good!

      • manbearpig says:

        ok ok, let’s do a little better than that:

        …if I claim to be a wise man it surely means that I don’t know…

      • HomeRemedySupply says:

        I remember when the Dolly Parton – “9 To 5” song and movie came out.
        I wore the large horn-rimmed glasses of the era, if I did not have my contacts in.

        A few years later, by the mid 1980’s I was doing temporary Women’s Fashion Sales in large ballrooms / convention centers at a different city every week. Hundreds of women would pour into the temporary sale when we opened the doors. They would go panicking, scrambling, to get the best deals on a dress or blouse off the racks. (Women wore dresses to the workplace in those days.)
        Sometimes for the shopping music, I would play “9 to 5”.

        But the favorite, often repeated song, which I played was Donna Summer’s “She Works Hard For The Money”.
        The ladies would dance lightly in aisles.

        — Copyright – TV Ad for the Fashion Sales —
        I worked some deals with a TV station, and got a camera crew for cheap. I also got the use of their TV editing room and staff.

        I had the ladies who worked for me model dresses for the camera. It was pretty sexy as I coached them through their moves.
        The camera guys took raw footage of the crowds clamoring / fighting for dresses off the rack with an expression of elation upon grabbing a good find. I had to direct the camera guys on what to shoot.
        Then I got another employee who had an MC type voice to read the script with the ending, emphatic phrase “Don’t you miss this sale!!”.
        I used parts of the Donna Summer’s “She Works Hard For The Money” song as background of the TV ad.
        We ended up with a pretty effective, sharp looking ad.

        I would send the tape “dub” ahead to the TV station(s) in the next cities on our itinerary, who would then overlay it with script of the sale location.
        Not once did I have a problem with “copyright infringement” for using the Donna Summer song. No one ever said anything, ever.
        ~~~ ~~~ ~~~
        Of course there was no internet in those days.
        Every week, we would be in a different city for a three day sale, and would drive the truck and crew to the next locale, sometimes many hundreds of miles away.
        All the booking, lining up locations and temporary help, motels/hotels, advertising (flyers, newspapers, TV, radio), shipping of more inventory, etc. was made by phone and mail from the motel room where I was staying. A lot of planning and coordinating.

        Looking back at this 80’s era, it demonstrates that life can go on without an online structure.

        • manbearpig says:

          Sounds like you had a BLAST back then seeling ladies garments! But…were there really any ladies left back then??

          • manbearpig says:

            seeling, selling, solding… I’m having trouble with my present participles tonight… and that’s not all…

      • mkey says:

        Is it me or does that 9 to 5 soung like quite a bit of feministic propaganda?

        • manbearpig says:

          Boy, you sure are grumpy.

          Yes, the whole industry was in on making corporate life seem very sexy to women who fell for it so they could have a pretext of buying and wearing sexy corporate clothes and stiletto heels to look like Jane Fonda and Charlie’s Angels.

          The government needed more taxes, to dissolve the family and make it impossible for a middle-class family to live on a single salary.

          And it still works today though now some men and women are starting to vie for the privilage of staying home to raise the children.

          As soon as Jane is in the vicinity you can be sure there’s some sort of govprop and/or psyop going on…

        • manbearpig says:

          But having said that, the lyrics are not, in and of themselves, particularly feminist (though the “boss-man” is occasionally a woman). They apply to men and women alike and pretty much tell it like it is:

          Tumble outta bed and I stumble to the kitchen
          Pour myself a cup of ambition
          Yawn and stretch and try to come to life
          Jump in the shower and the blood starts pumpin’
          Out on the street the traffic starts jumpin’
          With folks like me on the job from 9 to 5
          Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’
          Barely gettin’ by, it’s all takin’ and no givin’
          They just use your mind and they never give you credit
          It’s enough to drive you crazy if you let it
          9 to 5, for service and devotion
          You would think that I would deserve a fat promotion
          Want to move ahead but the boss won’t seem to let me
          I swear sometimes that man is out to get me!
          They let you dream just to watch ’em shatter
          You’re just a step on the boss-man’s ladder
          But you got dreams he’ll never take away
          You’re in the same boat with a lotta your friends
          Waitin’ for the day your ship’ll come in
          An’ the tide’s gonna turn and it’s all gonna roll your way
          Workin’ 9 to 5, what a way to make a livin’
          Barely gettin’ by, it’s all takin’ and no givin’
          They just use your mind and you never get the credit
          It’s enough to drive you crazy if you let it
          9 to 5, yeah they got you where they want you
          There’s a better life, and you dream about it, don’t you?
          It’s a rich man’s game no matter what they call it
          And you spend your life puttin’ money in his wallet
          9 to 5, whoa what a way to make a livin’
          Barely gettin’ by, it’s all takin’ and no givin’
          They just use your mind and they never give you credit
          It’s enough to drive you crazy if you let it
          9 to 5, yeah they got you where they want you
          There’s a better life, and you dream about it, don’t you?
          It’s a rich man’s game no matter what they call it
          And you spend your life puttin’ money in his wallet
          9 to 5, working 9 to 5…

  2. mkey says:

    In my view, this doesn’t change much. The existing system will continuously be moulded to fit their needs. If we’re ever to break free from it, it’s going to get dropped in its totality anyhow.

    • wylie1 says:

      Good point. One can easily get distracted and then burned out fighting against every step they, the Globalists, take against freedom, to no avail …or work towards creating an ever increasing [hopefully] majority of people bent on rejecting the blowgalists in favor of liberty.

      • wylie1 says:

        Once upon a time in the usa, there used to be a group (forgot its name if it had one) where they were to study the 50 states and decide which would be the best candidate for success.

        Liberty minded people were supposed to move there. When they reached critical mass they would naturally cause themselves to get elected. Then they could rid that state of the nefarious laws against the people, bring it in alignment with the intentions of the Constitution. Make it into the shining beacon of liberty and opportunity within the usa.

        That of course would make such a place a beehive of activity with people free from socialist indoctrination and the various corpro-govt anti competition oppressions.

        Not sure what ever happened to that organization but likely failed due to people having to move to another place when things were not yet totally unbearable [yet] where they were.

        It seems as long as people have their TV and beer (or whatever) things have to get PAST the point of almost hell and too late, before enough of them will want to wake up.

        I hope things will be different regarding new world odor globalist take over but not holding my breath!

        • wylie1 says:

          The theory was to provide an example of how things could be and the domino effect would impose itself upon the other states.

          California, New York, and/or New Jersey appear to be at the intolerable stage, with people leaving. Hopefully they won’t ruin the places they move to, like they have in the past.

          It would be nice if there was a country liberty minded folks could move to which had no hope of going collectivist.

        • mkey says:

          Some of those people started moving to New Hempshire. It’s a slow process as far as I understand, but it’s still ongoing.

          The free state project

        • Libertydan says:

          It was called “The Free State Project” and New Hampshire was voted to be “The Free State”. They have an active web site,

          Wikipedia seems to do a fair job of explaining it here.

          Note that NH has 400 Representatives to it’s legislature for a population of about 1.5 million and they were paid $100 a year (last I checked). Voluntary public servants is what makes government work for the people.
          NH was the last State to bite on the Federal Bribe money and Pass a Primary Seat Belt Law and it is still the only State where the Law only applies to those under the age of 18.
          Indeed, when the money supply is controlled by world bankers and the corporations that have grown up around them, good government is going to be very hard to find.
          As long as these private Bankers control the money supply, they have the power to hire goons that will do anything for them. The unlimited money they create in secrete allows them to corrupt (and/or Black Mail) nearly anyone and every one.
          The adaptation of a world wide Transparent and Decentralized means of exchange are about the only way these Bankers can be beat(think Bitcoin or something even better). Cardando is on the cusp of providing something better, however the world Bankers don’t want to loose their power and they will use lies, deceit, and every other underhanded means to stay in control of the money supply.

          • wylie1 says:

            Thanks mkey and Libertydan, for upgrading my memory on the Free State Project.

    • manbearpig says:

      It’s important not to lose all your energy in combat or resistance which is better spent building an alternative.

      But it’s important to note that room for manoeuvre in escaping the totally connected, total surveillance, transhuman hive is disappearing at breathtaking speed. “Dropped in its totality” is becoming less and less possible and Mr. Corbett does indeed go to great pains to explain just how that is happening.

      “In my view, this doesn’t change much.”

      The totally global tax grid via a single digital identity changes everything, especially for would-be dissidents.

      • mkey says:

        If 10% of world’s people started using something like self issued credit by tomorrow, these globalist planners would take 20 years to recuparate and restore the grip on society at large. Most of societal woes could be solved in half an hour, during an open conversation. This is, of course, impossible because the mind is very slow to react to change, but during dire times people tend to open up their minds and entertain unorthodox thoughts, albeit very briefly.

        I don’t particularly understand what’s the difference between being shaken down by thugs from the capital and being shaken down by thugs from some of these globalist institutions. If there’s potential of having armed murderers come knocking on your door because you don’t abide some arbitrary rules, does it make any difference who sent those killers? Government, global government, the mob? It’s all exactly the same. Having the global tax grid means it’s just a bit more difficult to escape to a different jurisdiction, but how much of us even choose that route? People do move due to economic reasons, but not because they would like to pay less or no taxes somewhere else or at least not nearly as often. If anything, people would be willing to pay even higher tax rates just as long as their baseline goes up.

        • manbearpig says:

          “…Having the global tax grid means it’s just a bit more difficult to escape to a different jurisdiction, but how much of us even choose that route?…”

          I would say it will be more than “just a bit more difficult” but your point about ‘who cares’, let alone who actually tries to live “freely” is well taken…

          I suppose most of us are acutely domesticized and have no taste for real freedom (whatever that means exactly)…

          “…If anything, people would be willing to pay even higher tax rates just as long as their baseline goes up…” which, if you have no particular taste for “freedom” would seem pretty pragmatic I guess…

          “…If 10% of world’s people started using something like self issued credit by tomorrow, these globalist planners would take 20 years to recuparate and restore the grip on society at large…”

          What makes you say that? I believe you, but can you demonstrate that (for slow minds like mine)?

          • mkey says:

            I posit that 10% non-compliant population in any given area would cause the system to grind to a halt. How large part of any given population makes up a police force? Maybe 2%? Army, 1%? (outside of US and NK, of course) Threat of violence becomes inefficient at these rates, if anything the violator would stand a substantial chance for an explosive conflict, since many of those 10% would have family and friends and maybe people who look up to them outside of those 10%.

            When I say non-compliant I’m infering things like not paying all sorts of government extorsion money, working at least partly outside of the mainstream system, using non-official means of payment. At that point, pretty much anything would do as a currency as long as the state can’t feed into the stream.

            If every tenth citizen would forgo governments right to their pocket and opted for legal means to resist, like taking their day in the court, how long would it take for the courts to process all of the appeals? Or failing to attend court, do you think there would be two armed officers knocking on their door ready to bring them in by force? How about evicting 10% of the population? Even with a pacifistic populace this would be neigh impossible.

            This system is built against the laws of nature, it abhors competition, it’s ineffiecent and as such it absolutely craves compliance.

            To further augment this effect, I’d wager those 10% would be skimmed from the top of the pile of those who are most productive and can contribute the most in near future.

            • wylie1 says:

              Agree with your theory that most problems COULD be solved easily, unfortunately–

              MUCH easier said than done. Having accomplished significant [legal] resistance against corp-govt project… It became rudely apparent that getting any more than a handful of the people to lift a little finger even a slight amount, let alone their middle finger, when directly and significantly impacted by such a project, makes one very disillusioned and skeptical of such a 10-percent resistance movement ever happening.

              …at least until the suffering is ridiculously bad; to the point much more than 10-percent of the folks are starving. And then, how much harder it will be.

              Who would be happy to pay more taxes if baseline went up? The more you make the more disgusted you get as you see it wasted into corruption and worse. Not to mention, knowing that you are feeding the beast that always wants more, the more it gets.

              Still agree though, it is mostly an all or nothing situation. They win or liberty wins.

              • mkey says:

                I’m not expecting 10% resistance. I’m not even expecting a 10ppm resistance, at least not active.

                I’m just saying that the general idea that a vast majority would be required for change, in my view, does not hold water. It’s similar to the old hodge-podge about how conspiracies such as 9/11 are impossible because too many people would be involved. Of course, that’s diagonally opposite to the truth.

                Suffering will need to get terrible indeed, as history teaches us. Ever so slightly worse conditions is old tried and true method that doesn’t fail. Not for nothing is education left to schools.

                This sadly lost generation
                Staying true to wisdom of fools
                Confuses life education
                With schooling in schools

                Ehm, right.

                I read about some “study” done in Germany where people supposedly reacted positively to higher tax rates as long as they got a return on the investment.

                There was that non-compulsory tax in Norway that flopped like a 3m diamater pancake, however.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      mkey says;
      The existing system will continuously be moulded to fit their needs.

      I hear ya.
      The system is like a JUGGERNAUT.
      IMAGE –
      DEFINITION – “a literal or metaphorical force regarded as merciless, destructive, and unstoppable.”
      Derivation: The English loanword juggernaut in the sense of “a gigantic wagon bearing an image of a Hindu god” is from the seventeenth century, where people can be crushed under its weight as it moves along.

    • cooly says:


      Yea, the scheming and conniving of these psychopaths will never stop. Ever, under any circumstances.
      Sometimes in his weaker moments Thurston Howell would seek solace with his teddy bear, but his nature never changed.

  3. manbearpig says:

    If VOA is resurfacing this stuff you can be sure it’s surfing on a breaking destigmatized truth like vaccines cause autism for something liberty-cidal (using truth to serve the mendacious status quo à la Chomsky) like getting folks to vote for an anti-vaxxer candidate who is on the other hand… for example… pro-FAANG technocracy or something…:

    “Four African countries have reported new cases of polio linked to the oral vaccine meant to protect against the disease.

    Health numbers show more children are now being paralyzed by viruses from the vaccinations than wild polio viruses.

    [this already a couple of decades ago??]

    Last week, the World Health Organization, or WHO, and partners noted nine new polio cases caused by the oral vaccine in Nigeria, Congo, Central African Republic and Angola. Seven other African countries have similar cases, they said.

    WHO and its partners also noted the problem in Asia. Of the two countries where polio remains widespread – Afghanistan and Pakistan – cases linked to the vaccine have been found in Pakistan…”

    before 10,000 cases in India


    • manbearpig says:

      I’ll have to fix the “bill gates vaccine foundation” link, 5-minute editing anomaly, errr I mean silly mistake… workin’ on it…phew! for once I’m happy to be in the moderation queue!

    • manbearpig says:

      Ah! This should do it:

      “…Experts call WHO & Bill Gates Foundation’s role in India’s polio eradication campaign unethical
      Ramesh Shankar, Mumbai
      Thursday, April 5, 2012, 08:00 Hrs [IST]

      …The two doctors noted that it was long known to the scientific community that eradication of polio was impossible because scientists had synthesized poliovirus in a test-tube as early as in 2002. “The sequence of its genome is known and modern biotechnology allows it to be resurrected at any time in the lab,” they said and added, “Man can thus never let down his guard against poliovirus.”

      Dr Vashisht and Dr Puliyel said that another major ethical issue raised by the campaign is the failure to thoroughly investigate the increase in the incidence of non-polio acute flaccid paralysis (NPAFP) in areas where many doses of vaccine were used. NPAFP is clinically indistinguishable from polio paralysis but twice as deadly.

      The authors noted that while India was polio-free in 2011, in the same year, there were 47500 cases of NPAFP. While data from India’s National Polio Surveillance Project showed NPAFP rate increased in proportion to the number of polio vaccine doses received, independent studies showed that children identified with NPAFP “were at more than twice the risk of dying than those with wild polio infection…”

      • manbearpig says:

        Oh darn. All this stuff about vaccines was supposed to be in response to GBW on the “Your Guide to a world on Fire” page… had several windows open and got mixed up… my bad.

  4. mkey says:

    Propaganda (North Korea Documentary) | History Documentary | Reel Truth History

    The fake NK documentary about real propaganda.

  5. HomeRemedySupply says:

    For grins…

    Restaurant in Texas
    IMAGES –

    • mkey says:

      List of people I like.
      1. Dogs

      Why is it called boob sweat and not humidittities.


      • cooly says:


        My my, what a dirty mind we have.

        People I like: cats. They act like they don’t care, but they do, they are just keeping up appearances, like Asians.

    • cooly says:


      Annoyed at first sight. Copy. Way too often.

    • HomeRemedySupply says:

      “I like cooking my pets and my family” – Don’t be a psycho. Use commas.

      Last queso stop before a bunch of Yoga Studios.

      The worst part about parallel parking is the witnesses.

      The temperature went from 90 to 50 like it saw a State Trooper.

      Bill says Hillary’s Head is finally getting better!

      Auto Correct can go straight to he’ll.

      Treat your Mom to a margarita. You are probably the reason she drinks.

      If you butt dial someone is it a booty call?

      A&M furious that no one wanted to pay bribes to be admitted to school.

      Do clouds ever look down on us and say “That one is shaped like an idiot.”

  6. HomeRemedySupply says:

    In Corbett’s “Recommended Viewing” is a very insightful video about how the world’s population is shrinking.
    There are all kinds of implications surrounding lower population growth in a country. The economic implications can be a quandary.

    Economist/investor David Rosenberg discusses various financial aspects of where the economy is headed. He talks about how Central Banks are dumping all this printed money “to stimulate economic growth”. However, “where are all the workers going to come from?”
    QUEUED VIDEO (3 minutes)

  7. HomeRemedySupply says:

    In this 11/30/2019 Corbett Report newsletter, “The Global Government Is Preparing A Global Tax Regime”, we are fortunate that James writes things in such a way that we can understand them.

    Correlating with this newsletter is Corbett’s latest 12/02/2019 “The End of the World Will Bore You to Tears – #PropagandaWatch”, a 12 minute video…

  8. pearl says:

    “Yes, the most important and horrific pieces of legislation are presented to the public under false cover, either by naming them the opposite of what they are […] or by giving them an incomprehensible, thoroughly uninteresting title and spelling them out in impenetrable legalese.”

    Like all these great new “rights” we’re all entitled to! ID2020’s “…ability to prove who you are is a fundamental and universal human right.” and now this tortuous document’s nifty phrase, the “new taxing right“. Maybe in the not-too-distant and bleak future, the “right to be forgotten” will mean a prolonged stay at a camp somewhere really, really cold.

  9. manbearpig says:

    Don Easterbrook’s book about the Solar causes of Climate Change has come out!

    “The Solar Magnetic causes of Climate Changes and Origin of the Ice Ages”

    Who’s Don Easterbrook? Here’s one of his awesome presentations:

  10. scpat says:

    Its been said many times before. Many times on this channel. But I found this Truthstream Media video on social media addiction and programming of society to be impactful.

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