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South Africa: Land and Taxes Part 1: Paper

Because I'm so frustrated with the narrative of media coverage in SA, and the entire framing of issues in the minds of South Africans, I'm going to do a whole series of posts on Banks, Mines, The JSE, the bogus reasoning of all our political parties etc. I'll be attempting to completely reframe the way we think about things here in SA.

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Paper needs LAND and Paper products form an interesting discussion around tax. Most of SA's tax is from VAT, formerly GST as well as feul tax and levies as well as income tax.

1. VAT on textbooks is a form of capital generation by the government, although a book itself is a finished product, large capital flow goes into the beneficiation of paper from timber.
2. Paper is obviously still made from wood, JSE listed companies Sappi and Mondi Rotatrim, Typek all need vast tractions of land or deals with farmers or other related timber companies which often leads to deforestation (destroying the ecological base of Sou…

The Feds Tragic Plan for long term rates

When I wrote this post:
I realise I left out some important information essential to a bigger understanding of how the manipulated economy works, which is of course much different to how it will be explained on Bloomberg, CNN / BBC Money /Biz or MSNBC. I focussed on exporting inflation but I entirely forgot to understand bubbles in the context of also being inflation.  This is critical.  It also supplements my post:
Perfectly and would suggest reading both those posts before listening to the brilliant Mike Maloney in the following video which you must listen to in its entirety.  I learn a lot from this man.

Other Posts I have done where I use Mike Maloney's input are as follows:

Evil Inc: Worlds Top 5 Evil Corporations.

This is lifted straight from an RT article because I liked their choice and rationale so much.

World’s top 5 ‘most evil’ corporationsPublished time: 3 Mar, 2018 05:55Edited time: 3 Mar, 2018 13:04 Get short URL Jeff Bezos, founder and chief executive officer of Amazon, poses as he stands atop a supply truck during a photo opportunity at the premises of a shopping mall in the southern Indian city of Bangalore © Abhishek N. Chinnappa © Reuters Most companies become successful thanks to their stellar reputations. But not always. RT Business scraped the bottom of the barrel to find the most hated companies trending on the internet.
Monsanto The company that needs no introduction, creator of DDT and Agent Orange, Monsanto is one the world’s largest pesticide and GMO seed manufacturers. It is known for being the first company to genetically modify a seed to make it resistant to pesticides and herbicides. Monsanto’s herbicides have been blamed for killing millions of crop acres, while its chemi…

Climate Change: Big Banking, Big Oil, Big Media, Big Lies.

ExxonMobil is the world's largest oil corporation. It's the merged oil corporation of two of the thirty-four oil corporations that were broken up from the massive Rockefeller corporation, Standard Oil, in 1911. And, the Rockefellers retained large and small pieces of all of those oil corporations, including Exxon, Mobil, Chevron, AMOCO, Sunoco, Marathon, etc. John D Rockefeller is known to have been happier after the monopoly was broken up because he is thought to have done even better afterwards.  At least this is what he has stated. Interestingly, the main source of the criticism on Exxon's climate change policy is the Rockefeller Foundation who have strategically divested from oil in name only for PR purposes, but who still run the global Petrodollar war machine with other powerful cabal members from the globalist viper's nest centred around the United States Department of State. It appears that they are once more creating controversy in order to whip up political …

Explaining the motivation for corruption in science

There are many theories accounting for the high level of corruption in science, at the bottom of this post I will list links to previous posts related to the subject.  Some say that that it has to do with suppressing free energy and relates back to Nikolai Tesla and beyond.  Some say that it has to do with justifying the billions spent on taxpayer-funded initiatives from CERN to the large hadron collider.  Others say it has more to do with the guardians of the outdated standard model justifying their positions politically.  I really don't know to be honest, but Wallace Thornhill does a bang-up job explaining it in the clip below and I'm inclined to agree with him until a better circumstantial case of motive comes along.  We must remember that the evidence is already in for the corruption regarding the fraudulent standard model being outdated, but does the establishment dogmatically stick by it because they are slow on the uptake?  unlikely if you ask me. They are scientists a…

The SAFIRE PROJECT: Re-imagining the interstellar medium

The latest mm observations of hi-tech telescopes in space, The Herschel Observatory and the Planck Telescope have served as nothing more than a death blow to the outdated model of the universe which has gravity as its only tool in a dead universe.  The forefront of an entirely new scientific paradigm is emerging that encompasses gravity (and seeks to better understand both mass and gravity) with the vibrant electrodynamics of electricity and magnetism.  I suggest reading my previous post:

The electrodynamic model, already patented as "The Electric Universe" by The Thunderbolts Project, provides regular updates, corrections, speculations, theories, hypothesis and newly established facts in its series "Space News" which  can be found on YouTube and is by far and away the best channel for avoiding the dogma of the outdated scientific establishment seeking to justify its grant funding of multibil…