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Offline Shepherd in wolves cloth

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Transistional plan: taxation on free energy
« on: October 10, 2009, 02:43:44 pm »
Although taxation on centralized generated free energy probably sounds foolish it could protect society from retaliation of the power elite, because a global taxation sheme does NOT harm their power base. There are enough examples in history that there were attempts to introduce free energy on a greater scale in society but they failed because either the inventors funding was withdrawn (e.g. Tesla) or any kind of other introduction was blocked by the power elite.

Besides that: centrally controlled  generation of free energy can prevent real global warming because people who are not used to such freedoms could use free energy too much and that overusing of free energy would generate too much heat in the atmoshere because physical resistance produces such heat. The proposed taxation could be used in order to cover the costs of counter-cooling.

Maybe even a kind of world army could be given a job to protect the central free energy systems and this argument could convince the power elite that this new form of their  power base is safe and hence they could accept this plan.
It's propably a better strategy to make Britain and Holland fall out of the NWO, because a smaller country is easier to overtake and the world main stream media could not cover it up.


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Re: Transistional plan: taxation on free energy
« Reply #1 on: October 10, 2009, 02:52:57 pm »
They already own the control of free energy

It is done through

"Building Regulations"
"Planning Permits"

It is also done through "Local Water Company", they own the water not you. So if you want to generate electric from a stream or sink a well, your stealing there water.

Its an endless list, you only really find out when you try to plan to live off grid.

Offline barndoor77

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Re: Transistional plan: taxation on free energy
« Reply #2 on: November 21, 2009, 09:09:41 am »
You make them chase YOU.

My old man built a house with little more than the building permit.  The engineer didn't like the design, so he simply threw him out, but the reality was all the control on your property stems from a single thing :

   - Having a mortgage.

Get rid of the mortgage and all of a sudden nobody really has say too much over what you do.  You still have to follow basic building codes, and safety codes, but in reality you can do what you want.