They are Killing Us with Property Taxes
Land is REAL wealth – it provides all you need to live off.
The easiest way to kill off everyone and make them all slaves is to take land off them.
They are doing that through property taxes.
People must end this by one means or another – If pitchforks do not put a stop to this – consider this the end.
Example #1 – Greece
From “When Assets (Such As Real Estate) Become Liabilities”
“At law courts throughout Greece, people are lining up to file papers renouncing their inheritance. . Not necessarily because some feckless uncle left them with a pile of debt at the end of his revels; they are turning their backs on what used to be a pillar of Greece’s economy and society: real estate.
Growing personal debt, declining incomes and ever higher taxes as Greece’s depression grinds on have turned property and the dream of easy money into dread of a catastrophic burden.
Example #2 – New Jersey – posted as a comment on the above article:
New Jersey can be worse than Greece. A friend of mine inherited a harbor front house, in a Jersey shore neighborhood, from her 96 year old deceased mother. A poor inland town a couple of miles away annexed this harbor front neighborhood of high priced houses, to increase its tax base. My friend’s property taxes went from $6,000 to $16,000 a year. After the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012, her flood insurance went from a few thousand dollars to $18,000 a year. Her homeowners insurance is close to $4,000 a year.
Her house was once valued at $600,000. Today, she can’t get a real estate company to list it for $200,000. It would be hard to give it away, because who wants to lend on a house that already costs almost 40 grand a year before even turning on the electricity and making that first house payment?
18 Countries charge ZERO property taxes, including Croatia, Monaco & Malta, Cayman Islands and Fiji.
Rest listed here:
If they can do it, so can we.
There is no need for this.
The States have a secret supply of literally billions of dollars – by keeping a different set of books.