Norway Implements Voluntary Tax & Brings In Just $1,325 – THIS Is Why

Published on 12 Jul 2017

Josh Sigurdson sits down with author and economic analyst John Sneisen to talk about a recent hilarious development out of Norway. Despite Norway being one of the most taxed nations in the world, the government implemented a voluntary tax in case citizens want to pay more to the government. The tax brought in just $1,325.
While voluntary pools or “taxation” can be an excellent idea when there are no mandatory taxes, a voluntary tax on top of out of control state extortion is nothing less than insane!
John Sneisen who is Norwegian breaks down the facts and translates some local Norwegian articles to provide further context which no one else is talking about.
Norway’s centrally planned, manipulated, indebted system is destructive and needs to be called out. With taxes on assets, toll roads, attempts to tax trucks off the road, the destruction of small businesses and UN protocols running rampant, Norway is quickly headed the way of all dramatically socialist societies, a massive crash.

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