Founded in 1999 the Group of Twenty (aka the G-20 or G20) is an international forum for the governments and central bank governors from 20 major economies. The members include 19 individual countries and the European Union:
Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union (EU) is represented by the European Commission and by the European Central Bank (EC & ECB).
Mandatory Global Tax Compliance
Tax policy and tax fees have been, and will be changed on the whim of institutional officials.
They have the armed force to change legal acts/policies, devalue currencies, confiscate your assets, increase fees/fines/taxes, and tax your labor from cradle to grave.
Imagine tax bondage as the modern version of slavery in the 21st century.
The hype over the “Panama Papers” tax havens is a geopolitical campaign for strong worldwide measures to enforce tax compliance & austerity measures.
To say this more bluntly, the G20 and the United Nations will be called on to mandate policy and confiscate private assets to fund world governance, aka NWO.
Acting as goons for “Loan Sharks” to collect on onerous debts and fees.
This policy is a form of financial terrorism, it is State Sponsored Terrorism.
There may not be a full consensus for this world governance and perpetual debt bondage, some nations may oppose that plan, or wish to be sovereign.
If so, another World War military campaign can be expected.
- The Indian Express Panama Papers:
Tax avoidance issue to be taken up at G20 …
- The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR) has called for the G20 to exert “strong leadership” (especially from China and the U.S. officials) and enforce tax compliance.
Global Economics Monthly April 2016 China and the United States: A G2 Within the G20…
- Tax Administrations Meet on “Panama Papers” – OECD
13/04/2016 – A special project meeting of the Joint International Tax Shelter … of the OECD and the G20 – exchanged views on the Panama Papers and explored …
- Global Warming-Carbon Tax:
Implementation of Paris Agreement top priority for G20
- CHINA is hosting the next G20 Summit:
“Hangzhou Summit“, The 11th Summit of G20 will be held on 4-5 September in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province.
IMF Gloom: Slashes Forecast For World Economy
Title: IMF to forecast state of the global economy
Video posted 11 Apr 2016
[ World Bank talks about Tax Reform…]
How the U.S., U.K., China, and Russia will reach the new consensus for enforcing a reformed world monetary system is the question not yet answered.
However, the IMF, G20 and U.N. are the organizations to watch.
The hegemony (with nearly 200 governance members) is seeking leadership and consensus for tighter control in the 21st century.
The worldwide crisis continues…
“So [the U.S. has] turned the post-war economy that made America prosperous and rich inside out. Somehow most people believed they could get rich by going into debt to borrow assets that were going to rise in price. But you can’t get rich, ultimately, by going into debt. In the end the creditors always win. That’s why every society since Sumer and Babylonia have had to either cancel the debts, or you come to a society like Rome that didn’t cancel the debts, and then you have a dark age. Everything collapses.” -From Chris Hedges and Michael Hudson Counterpunch Reader Supported News March 26, 2016
Is the Great Reset at hand?
Prominent economists thought this debt based monetary system would crash and burn a long time ago.
Researching the past banking reforms, the script is revealed plain as daylight that a consensus for a system reset is expected…
Maybe decades out… or maybe sooner, with or without a World War.
What’s important to take from this is that the rules of the game are changing.
Those stuck within the old paradigm of banking & finance are facing dangerous threats to their retirement, and current standard of living.
Implement alternatives at the grassroots level, inform everyone, and
Venezuela, it’s worse than we thought: