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Jesuit succesfully pushes for new tax

Jesuit succesfully pushes for new tax

by THEUNHIVEDMIND, theunhivedmind.com
September 12th 2011 10:59 PM

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PERSONAL: Annoying Jesuit prevails

The “Berliner Terriers” as the Jesuit is called Jörg Alt, has made popular the idea of ​​transaction tax. Now he gets right.

In November 2009, the Nuremberg Old Jesuit Jörg has called in a petition to the federal government to introduce a financial transaction tax. He was ridiculed for it, but did not give up. Now get the priest, who coordinates the campaign “against poverty tax” and advocates for the rights of illegals and the concerns of people in Latin America, Law.

Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and President Nicolas Sarkozy has proposed for the euro zone, a common financial transaction tax. The success of the Jesuits was his reputation. “Berlin Terrier: If the call old, I do with better, because that can be annoying,” says the priest. Co-initiated by him in the campaign, many organizations, associations, churches, banks and parties are involved.

The concept of transaction tax, coupled with the perception of citizens is crucial for the success, he speculates: “. They’ve had enough of bankers and bonuses and the tax is based on the Robin Hood idea.” Furthermore, there is tax on everything, but not for financial transactions. Old considers the proposal to use all types of financial transaction with at least 0.05 percent tax, to be Christian. Jesus had already come out against the money-dealers, he says.

The Father – since 1981 in the Jesuit order – sees itself primarily as an aid worker. His time among the Maya in Central America Belize’ve played with the idea for the campaign an important role. There he had experienced, such as grain speculation was so expensive that people could not afford bread. Therefore, it should go to the tax also not about to clean up state budgets, but to promote the development and climate protection.

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STAFF: Annoying Jesuit prevails
The “Berliner Terriers” as the Jesuit is called Jörg Alt, has made popular the idea of ​​transaction tax Now he gets right.

In November 2009, the Nuremberg Old Jesuit Jörg has called in a petition to the federal government to introduce a financial transaction tax He was ridiculed for it, but did not give up Now get the priest, who coordinates the campaign “against poverty tax “and advocates for the rights of illegals and the concerns of people in Latin America, Law.

Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU) and President Nicolas Sarkozy has proposed for the € zone, a common financial transaction tax The success of the Jesuits which his reputation. “Berlin Terrier: If the old call, I do better with, because that can be annoying,” says the priest. Co-initiated by him in the campaign, many organizations, associations, churches, banks and parties are involved.

The concept of transaction tax, coupled with the perception of citizens is crucial for the success, he speculates: “They’ve had enough of bankers and bonuses and the tax is based on the Robin Hood idea..” Furthermore, there is tax on everything, but not for financial transactions. Old Consider the proposal to use all types of financial transaction with a minimum of 0.05-percent tax, to be Christian. Jesus had already come out against the money-dealers, he says.

The Father – since 1981 in the Jesuit order – sees itself as at primar aid worker. His time among the Maya in Central America Belize’ve played with the idea for the campaign on important role. There he had experienced, such as grain speculation was so expensive that people could not afford bread. Therefore, it should go to the tax that is not about to clean up state budgets, but to promote the development and climate protection.

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