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- 40% of Canadian households pay $0 taxes towards federally and provincially funded expenses such as education, health care, social services, Public Safety, national defense
- 20% of households in Canada pay more than 70% of those costs
- 40% of the households fell in the $0 – 80,843 dollar income bracket and paid 4.6% of the country’s total personal tax, but federal and provincial refunded the tax, and more. (Fraser Institute’s Canadian tax simulator 2017). it’s a massive game of vote buying and immigration is part of that
scenario two – household income of $60,420 or the thirtieth percentile assuming no deductions this household should pay $7,596 in income taxes according to the Ernst & Young calculator but instead receives $13,738 in tax-free benefits and ends up with net receipts of a cool $6,142 six thousand again from other taxpayers
Collectivism vs Individualism
… you get it wrong, and the bodies pile up – well said Stefan.
Stefan’s masters thesis examined every philosopher’s belief system and everyone that believed in a higher realm, also believed that dictatorship was the ideal political form and every time they were empiricists, or Aristotelians, they believed that limited democracy, constitutional democracy, republic, was the ideal political form. If you believe in empiricism then every human being has the reason, capacity and material processing ability to get to the truth. Therefore human beings do not have to be ruled.
A sophist is a person who reason with clever but fallacious and decetive arguments.
Stefan does another great job of digging out all the relevant facts for a topical issue of the Prime Minister interfering with the judicial process leading into an election year.
- SNC-Lavelin importance in terms of the Quebec provincial election and the next federal election (fall 2019?)
- the timeline of Trudeau’s involvement in the justice process
- It is against the law for anyone to pressure the Attorney General to obstruct a Criminal Prosecution. 10 year prison term. https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/PDF/C-46.pdf