Archive for the 'income tax' Category

13 October, 2014

Posted by Socrates in bankers, banking, debt, Federal Reserve Notes, Federal Reserve system, income tax, inflation, jewed culture, jewed economics, jewed finance, Jewish money-magic, Paul Warburg, Socrates at 3:59 pm | Permanent Link

…the inflation rate is declared to be too low! According to the Jews at the Federal Reserve, a little inflation is a good thing: they think it stimulates economic growth. Suuuuure. More borrowing-and-spending-to-create-jobs is the way to go; let’s have even more debtors. Riiiggghhhttt. What a racket [1]. You really want to stimulate economic growth? […]

28 March, 2012

Posted by Socrates in dispossession & destruction, economics, economy, income tax, jewed Congress, jewed culture, jewed economics, jewed law, jewed politics, Jewish Tyranny, Socrates, taxes, World War II at 6:02 pm | Permanent Link

As if World War II wasn’t bad enough for White people, there’s yet another bad side to it: the income-tax side. Suddenly, White people who never had to pay taxes before were taxed [1]. And it gets worse. The Jewish-led Roosevelt administration taxed wealthy gentiles badly during the 1930s/1940s: more than half their annual incomes […]

11 April, 2009

Posted by Socrates in income tax, jewed culture, jewed law, Revilo P. Oliver, Socrates, taxes at 10:53 pm | Permanent Link

Seen on the TV news: a mention of the income tax (Tax Day is, of course, April 15). The late Dr. Revilo Oliver called the 1913 income tax law the “White Slave Act,” and he also called it a “Marxist device.” Did you know that many wealthy or semi-wealthy gentile families lost their power due […]

29 October, 2008

Posted by Socrates in income tax, Ivor Benson, jewed culture, jewed finance, Revilo P. Oliver, Socrates at 9:30 pm | Permanent Link

Revilo Oliver made a good comment about the graduated income tax, which dealt a major blow to wealthy-and-powerful gentile families in the 20th century [1]. The Jews weren’t harmed as much by the income tax, since they were international people. A national tax impacted them less; they knew how to manipulate any system that involved […]