Saying NO to the governments systems of control and spreading TRUTH about our status quo Ξ√ΩLUT↑☼N anyone??

Religion inc.

Some people wont like this, but it has to be said and it has to be said NOW, with all the cuts in the countries of the world forcing good people to suffer in the name of the economy, why the fuck dont we TAX the religions of all faiths that benefit themselves with income from the people??

They seem to be on a nice little TAX free earner here, and for what exactly? where does all that cash go??

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2 responses

  1. Freedom, by the way

    You’re right–I’m one of those that don’t agree with this premise. Our income is taxed, our property is taxed, fuel is taxed, telecommunications is taxed, in many states in America personal property is taxed and sales of most goods are taxed and most localities have meals and hotel taxes. Wow–that’s enough (or should be) to run the governments at all levels. I believe people should be free to decide where and how to give their own charitable funds. And many people who give to the church also give to charities. Most Christian churches don’t just use donations to “run” the church but use the money to meet needs in their own communities. Also, most Christians in America don’t think the gov’t should be Christian, but recognize that our country was founded on Judeo-Christian Values. There’s a big difference.

    February 19, 2011 at 1:32 pm

    • A great comment there, although I have to ask what the difference is between you and I paying tax whilst contributing towards charities and meeting the local needs of our imediate communities, we have to pay tax at every turn so if tax is to be payed everybody should pay it, or better still no-one should pay tax for things they do-not use, a pay as you go system would be much easier to swallow, I dont agree with paying any tax to governments, I dont even believe in being governed, a tax system for the churches would bring on board millions of humans towards ending our current systemic greed.
      Got to think out-side the box.

      February 19, 2011 at 2:27 pm

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