Amid Anti-Globalism UN Demands International Tax Body
Amid anti-globalism fervor throughout the world, the United Nations (UN) is demanding an international tax body to fleece the productive sector as the means to funding international stratagems. The UN has released a report titled Promotion of a Democratic and Equitable International Order that outlines the “challenges posed to the international order by widespread tax avoidance, tax evasion, tax fraud, and profit shifting, facilitated by bank secrecy and a web of shell companies registered in tax havens.” The UN demands that the international community takes action to eradicate the problems above by doing the following:
- Create a UN tax cooperation.
- Adopting of a UN tax convention.
- Phase out tax havens.
- Revising the Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights to include the obligation of corporations to pay their fair share of taxes.
- Levy a financial transactions tax.
The report is clear that these measures must be taken because tax havens are “systemic obstacles” to the UN’s world agenda; 2030 Agenda.
Whereas the United Nations should determine the world agenda, the economic order is not set by the General Assembly, but by major economic powers, by transnational corporations and by three international organizations — the World Trade Organization (WTO), the World Bank (WB) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) — none of which have been incorporated into the United Nations system. It is time to harmonize the policies of these three organizations with the purposes and principles of the Organization and to ensure that their actions do not frustrate the implementation of United Nations programs (p. 4).
The bureaucrats at the UN are devoted to implementing their new world order; they just need to confiscate the money concealed in tax shelters and convince WTO, WB, and IMF to join forces to realize its utopian 2030 Agenda.
The UN is more resolute than ever in fulfilling its mission to create its version of paradise despite the ever-increasing rejection of globalism for nationalism. The people of the United Kingdom (UK) voted in favor of Great Britain leaving the European Union (EU) because they do not want to be in an economic and political partnership with twenty-seven other European nations that are governed by bureaucrats in Brussels (European Commission) who have the power to set rules for a broad range of issues, including the environment, transportation, currency, etc., etc. The Brexit vote should serve as the impetus for the United States to exit the UN. The Brits mustered up the courage to leave the EU despite the fear-mongering by globalists that preceded the vote, so surely Americans, if given a chance, would vote for Amexit.
The result of the 2016 presidential election is a repudiation of globalism. President-elect Donald Trump executed an America first campaign that captured the attention of millions of people who have been harmed by global trade deals. Trump received a record number of votes in the Republican primaries, which catapulted him to the presidency despite the machinations of Democrats/Liberals/Progressives in the media who were consumed with destroying him. Trump’s victory is a victory for nationalism and a repudiation of globalism.
Nationalism is gathering steam in unlikely places; France. Marine Le Pen, president of the National Front Party, a conservative political party that rejects globalism, is leading in the presidential elections polls in France. Le Pen is a staunch conservative who promotes France’s exit from the EU. She rails against globalist policies such as open borders, unlimited immigration, and multiculturalism because she recognizes what they are doing to France; her country is being dismantled by globalization. The presidential election polls in France indicate that Le Pen’s fellow countrymen understand that France desperately needs to change course to survive.
Nationalism is a huge hindrance to the UN’s 2030 Agenda. The globalists were jolted by Brexit and Trump’s victory because they reveal that people are energized in a common cause to reclaim their countries. Le Pen summed it up best in a recent interview with one of the DNC talking heads at CNBC when she said:
I think that the elites have lived too long among themselves. We are in a world where globalization, which is an ideology, has forgotten and put aside the people, the people’s interests, aspirations, and dreams. They have acted like carnivores. They have used the world to enrich only themselves, and whether it’s the election of Donald Trump, or Brexit, the elites have realized that the people have stopped listening to them, that the people want to determine their futures and in a perfectly democratic framework, regain control of their destiny. And that panics them, because they are losing the power that they had given themselves.
The bureaucrats at the UN are laser focused on creating a new world order that will install the UN as the sole governing body, but the obstacles to its mission are sovereign nations, global organizations that operate outside of UN control, and the inability to raise money aside from the funds countries willingly provide it. The UN needs the power to tax because utopia is not cheap. The ever-increasing rise of nationalism is making the self-proclaimed elites at the UN very nervous, but it is not going to persuade them to reexamine their place in the world or their utopian agenda, so you can expect plenty of push back.