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THE ANTICHRIST, SATAN'S SON, AHRIMAN
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I WROTE ON 29TH JUNE 2011:

PEOPLE NOT BELONGING TO THIS WORLD HAVE TOLD ME THAT THE ANTICHRIST, THE SON OF SATAN, AHRIMAN, HAS PERSONIFIED HIMSELF IN A VERY POWERFUL MAN WHO HAS IN HIS HANDS, WITH OTHER MEN, HIS VASSALS, THE GLOBAL ECONOMY. ONE DAY, WHEN CHRIST WILL GIVE ME THE ORDER, I AND ANOTHER ONE LIKE ME, WILL CRY OUT TO THE WORLD HIS FULL NAME.
THE ECONOMIC POWER ALLOWS THIS ANTICHRIST TO SUBORDINATE AND KILL BILLIONS OF PEOPLE THROUGH HUNGER, WAR, DISEASE AND SO ON.
IN ITALY, THIS ANTICHRISTIC POWER IS CARRIED OUT ESPECIALLY BY CRIMINAL ORGANIZATIONS (MAFIAS) THAT, THROUGH THEIR BOSSES, ARE FIRMLY IN THE HANDS OF THE VASSALS OF THE ANTICHRIST, AHRIMAN.
IN THE ARTICLE HERE ATTACHED, IT IS SHOWN THAT MANY, BELONGING TO THE HIGH SOCIETY AND SO COMMON PEOPLE, ARE PART OF THIS ANTICHRISTIC CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION (TAX EVADERS), WHILE THE WEAK AND THE CITIZENS, IN MOST CASES, ARE VICTIMS OF THAT CRIMINAL LEGAL ASSOCIATION WORKING ON BEHALF OF THE STATE (TYRANT WITH THE WEAK ONES) WHOSE NAME IS EQUITALIA.
THIS COMPANY CHARGES AND REQUIRES PROTECTION MONEY FROM ALL THOSE CITIZENS, THAT HAVING HONESTLY DECLARED THEIR INCOME, ARE IN TROUBLE TO PAY FEES AND THEREFORE ARE OPPRESSED AND CRUSHED IN THEIR AFFECTIONS AND PROPERTIES. EQUITALIA IS ALSO PART OF THE ANTICHRIST AND I DO CRY THIS OUT ALOUD.
ALL THIS INFERNO THAT I HAVE BRIEFLY DESCRIBED, IS COMPLETED WITH THE FANTASTIC AND AMAZING NEWS THAT THE SAME AMOUNT OF MONEY (ALMOST 600 BILLION OF EUROS) THAT THE ANTICHRIST HANDLES IN ITALY EVERY YEAR, CORRESPONDS TO THE ANNUAL BUDGET SPENT BY THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA FOR THE WEAPON INDUSTRY.
I WOULD LIKE TO REMIND YOU THAT THE STATES OF PLANET EARTH, ALTOGETHER, SPEND EVERY YEAR MORE THAN 1500 BILLION DOLLARS FOR ARMS TRADE, WHILE IN THE WORLD EVERY 5 SECONDS A CHILD STARVES TO DEATH. I WOULD HAVE LIKED TO IGNORE THESE NEWS, LIKE THE GURUS, PSEUDO VISIONARIES AND CONTACTEES OF THE NEW AGE DO. HOWEVER, SINCE I AM A JOURNALIST AS WELL AS A VISIONARY AND A CONTACTEE, BUT NOT A PSEUDO ONE, IN FRONT OF THIS DIABOLIC SCENARIO, I CAN NOTHING BUT PRAY, PLEAD AND BEG THE FATHER OF CHRIST, ADONAY AND ASK HIM TO PUT IN PRACTICE HIS HOLY WRATH, FOR THE LOVE OF CHILDREN, THE RIGHTEOUS, THE GOOD, THE WEAK AND MOST OF ALL, FOR THE ELECT ONES, IN ORDER TO AVOID THAT THESE LAST ONES, EVEN THEM, LOSE THEMSELVES IN DESPAIR, DEPRESSION AND CONVINCE TO HAVE BEEN DECEIVED, MOCKED BY A GOD WHO DIED BEFORE BEING BORN.

FAITHFULLY AND WITH LOVE FOR CHRIST
GIORGIO BONGIOVANNI
STIGMATIST

Bari (Italy)
29th June 2011


THE STATE'S STOLEN PROPERTY

Greece is close by

The result? Well, today the top rate of taxation is sitting at 45/46% and obviously Tremonti cannot touch a single Euro without risking a lynching and losing European Union support, because they are already threatening to lower our credit rating, that rating of the reliability of our public debt, which would definitely blow our government’s accounts out of the water since we already have to pay some 80 billion Euro per year in interest alone and, if they were to lower our credit rating, the cost of borrowing would be even more sky-high than it already is. What we’re dealing with here is talk of freedom, a veritable scam being played out on a bunch of numbskulls that continue to go to Pontida, some of them unfortunately still in good faith, to be taken for a ride by a bunch of brainless and demented leaders, or rather caricatures who have long since reached the end of their political road, talking about tax reductions going hand in hand with a financial budget that will have to scrape together some 40/50 billion Euro over the next three years, and even that may not be enough.

Tremonti has already taken great pains to explain that, in order to reduce taxes, we would somehow have to find another 40 billion and so, all we really need to do is find a quick 80-odd billion Euro over the next three years and that will be the end of that. By doing so, we will be able to meet the European targets while at the same time satisfying Berlusconi and Bossi, who have to be seen to handing out some money because now, after seventeen years, people have suddenly remembered that that election promise has never been fulfilled and while it’s all very well being patient, but some people have now finally begun to realise. Back in 2003, the Cavaliere said: “I will string Tremonti up from a tree in his garden if he doesn’t succeed in reducing taxation, but I know he will manage it somehow”. In 2004 he stated that “I hope to see the top tax rate at 23.33% by the end of the current legislature”, however, by 2006 when the legislature ended, nothing of this had materialised and even today we are sitting with tax rates that, between the odd little increase, new levies, etc, etc, amount to well above 50% for certain groups. So, what should he do to try and reduce the tax burden, at least on those people who actually pay their tax? I say that because obviously the tax evaders are not particularly bothered by fiscal drag, now are they? A new book has been released, which I would like to recommend that you read this summer, just to spoil your appetite, but at least you will understand what we’re talking about and how many opportunities this thieving and rapacious leadership class of our is letting slip by them. The book is entitled “Soldi rubati” (literally Stolen money) and it essentially deals with an investigation undertaken by Nunzio Apenelo, published by Ponte alle Grazie, and lists all the cost items that could be cut if they really wanted to stick their hands in the thieves’ pockets for a change rather than into the pockets of honest citizens like they usually do. This book proves the existence of a 400 billion Euro black-hole of stolen money. Whereas our dearest politicians cost us a mere 25 billion Euro per year, illegality costs us at least 15 times that amount. What we’re talking about here is corruption, tax evasion, illegal labour, environmental crimes, money laundering and fraudulent bankruptcies that are sending some 400 billion Euro of communal and public resources up in smoke, a sum that is greater than many countries’ total GDP. A veritable flood of money that disappears each year into that black-hole that is the underground economy, impoverishing our pockets and bringing the Country to its knees. Then we look at the list, line item by line item: tax fraud amounting to 120 billion per year and corruption amounting to another 60 billion per year, which means that if we could only defeat both of these, within ten years we could totally eliminate our public debt, which amounts to some 1800 billion Euro, and thereby avoid those never-ending annual budgets aimed at cutting costs but that in reality land up cutting services.
A hidden tax of 35 thousand Euro per capita, that is the cost and the consequence of the current state of affairs – writes Nunzia Penelope – a burden that falls directly on the shoulders of the Country’s citizens. Worse still is the fact that the combined effect of bribery and public debt generates a hidden tax burden that falls on each and every Italian, including newborns obviously, whose numbers continue to decline. 35 thousand Euro per year, but that’s not all because, over the past 30 years, registered employees, namely those who cannot escape the tax system, have paid in some 850 billion in taxes, precisely because of the tax evasion of those who don’t pay their fair share. This amounts to some 450 billion Euro of unpaid taxes that we know of. I know that we’ve said this before but I’ll say it again: just to make themselves look good, every now and then the Government says ”this year, we have managed to recover … Euro of unpaid taxes”. However, that is not actually money that has been recovered, but merely an amount of unpaid taxes that the tax authorities have uncovered and there’s many a slip twixt the cup and the lip, in other words there’s a world of difference between finding it and somehow managing to recover it. So, each year, the Italian Government manages to corner some of the tax evaders and estimate the amount of tax evasion involved. Indeed, the Government has managed to uncover some 450 billion Euro of tax evasion over the past ten years, but they have recovered only a small fraction of this money, the crumbs if you will, and at the end of the day, when all is said and done, a whole range of legal appeals and loopholes has enabled these tax evaders to walk away with the money that they stole from those of us who do pay our taxes still safely tucked away in their pockets.
There are some 3 million unregistered employees in this Country who naturally don’t pay any taxes and who are the backbone of a plethora of unregistered businesses, mostly run by Italian businessmen who, in turn, don’t pay any taxes because their businesses are either under the radar or show consistent losses and are therefore tax exempt. 3 million unregistered workers means that some 52 and a half billion Euro are denied to the State coffers. We’re talking about residents of Rome here, although I’m not saying by any means that they are all in Rome. What I am saying is that 3 million less taxpayers is approximately equivalent to the population of a city the size of Rome.
Then there’s the issue of on the job accidents, mainly due to a lack of safety standards, and we land up paying for this too, because on the job accidents that affect almost 3 thousand people each day, in other words more than a million workers each year and more than 3 fatalities every day, cost us some 43 billion Euro a year. Then there’s the damage caused by counterfeit goods, an industry with a turnover of around 7.5 billion a year that causes damage to the legal economy in terms of lost production to the tune of 18 billion Euro. Then there’s the issue of the financial bankruptcies and here, between Parmalat, Cirio and all the others, over the past 10 years these have managed to burn their way through 54.8 billion in resources. Then there’s the matter of municipalities and local bodies that have invested in ultra-high-risk bonds, not to mention derivatives. Well, the sum total of all of this is an amount of around 62 billion Euro of exposure to these ultra-high-risk bonds, further burdening the Country’s citizens to the tune of 1300 Euro per capita. What about illegal construction and hydro geological displacement, you ask? Well, so far these criminal activities have cost us around 20 billion and that’s not all because another 25 billion would be needed in order to rehabilitate the land, meanwhile, the Eco-Mafia groups (meaning mafia organisations specialising in waste disposal and suchlike activities) continue to invoice similar amounts, to the detriment of the citizens and the environment, that is the real Mafia organisations: the Mafia, the Camorra and the ‘ndrangheta, which have a turnover of around 135 billion per year, although we use the word “turnover” somewhat loosely because they don’t issue official invoices and therefore don’t pay any tax on those revenues. This is double and indeed triple the turnover of Italy’s 3 biggest listed companies, but why is this? Well, because while the mafia groups “turn over” some 135 billion, Eni only manages 83 billion, Enel a further 62 billion and FIAT another 50. So FIAT’s turnover amounts to around 1/3 of the mafia’s. Furthermore, the mere presence of these mafia organisations in the occupied territories, namely in Campania, Calabria, part of Basilicata, part of Puglia and Sicily, actually reduces the GDP by some 20%. Indeed, the ISTAT has calculated that without the various mafia groups, Sicily, Campania and Calabria would have pretty much the same levels of productivity, employment and therefore prosperity as the more prosperous regions, such as Emilia Romagna and Lombardy. European funding fraud, municipal funding fraud, etc – half of the incentives that the State allocates to business enterprises land up being used for illegal purposes, in other words they get stolen, thereby eliminating several billion from the economy. Some 40% of the funds that the European Union allocates to this Country to re-launch our economy simply go missing due to fraud in these areas where there is no real economy to speak of, just think of Calabria for example and that’s why Grillo rightly approached the European Parliament after being invited to do so by De Magistris and Giulietto Chiesa, to ask the European Parliament and the European Commission to stop sending money because almost half of it simply gets stolen here in Italy.
So the EU was asked not send any more money until such time as suitable control mechanisms have been set up to ensure that those funds no longer get stolen. Furthermore there are the 2 million-odd Italians that fall victim to extortion and usury, including those people that are forced to pay protection money. This amounts to some 24 billion Euro per year. So there are just a few ideas about where we could look to find some money, before even thinking about reducing taxes, not after, or perhaps never, or maybe instead of. Then we said that corruption takes some 60 billion Euro out of the economy each year, but what has Parliament done after years of superhuman effort? Just the other day, at least in the Senate, they passed an Anti-corruption Bill that was slightly amended from the one tabled by the Government. This is an absolute joke, one that fortunately the opposition Democratic Party, the Idv, the Udc and the Fli rejected, except for abstaining from voting on an amendment establishing a theoretical separation between the corruption oversight authorities and the people to be watched, but what would this actually have taken?


Source:http: //www.beppegrillo.it/en/2011/06/the_states_stolen_property_1.html

 


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