Wednesday, January 14, 2015
HERE COMES THE TAX EVERYTHING CARBON TAXE SCAM ONTARIO CANADA.LETS TRY TO STOP THIS SCAM IN ITS TRACKS SOMEHOW.
3 And hath gone and served other gods, and worshipped them, either the sun, or moon, or any of the host of heaven, which I have not commanded;
4 And it be told thee, and thou hast heard of it, and enquired diligently, and, behold, it be true, and the thing certain, that such abomination is wrought in Israel:
15 Take ye therefore good heed unto yourselves; for ye saw no manner of similitude on the day that the LORD spake unto you in Horeb out of the midst of the fire:
16 Lest ye corrupt yourselves, and make you a graven image, the similitude of any figure, the likeness of male or female,
17 The likeness of any beast that is on the earth, the likeness of any winged fowl that flieth in the air,
18 The likeness of any thing that creepeth on the ground, the likeness of any fish that is in the waters beneath the earth:
19 And lest thou lift up thine eyes unto heaven, and when thou seest the sun, and the moon, and the stars, even all the host of heaven, shouldest be driven to worship them, and serve them, which the LORD thy God hath divided unto all nations under the whole heaven.
2 KINGS 23:5
5 And he put down the idolatrous priests, whom the kings of Judah had ordained to burn incense in the high places in the cities of Judah, and in the places round about Jerusalem; them also that burned incense unto Baal, to the sun, and to the moon, and to the planets, and to all the host of heaven.
WELL IF WE IN ONTARIO CANADA ALLOW THE GOVERNMENT TO FORCE THIS CARBON TAX ON US.WE WILL BE PAYING BIGTIME TAXES. MORE ON HYDRO.AND EVERYTHING WILL BE TAXED. WE WILL BE BROKE BIGTIME.WITH THIS CARBON SCAM.YES-FIRST THE CONTROL FREAK LIBERAL LESBIEN ONTARIO PREMIER WANTS TO CONTROL EVERY ASPECT OF OUR LIVES.AND NOW THE LIBERAL LOONIES WILL NOT ONLY HAVE TOTAL CONTROL OF OUR LIVES.BUT WILL NOW BE BREAKING US WITH EVERY TAX GOING. DISQUISED AS A ENVIROMENTAL EARTH CLEAN WORSHIP SCHEME.WHAT A WAY FOR THE LIBERALS TO PUT ALL ONTARION ON WELFARE.BECAUSE THEY WILL BE PAYING SUCH HIGH TAXES ON EVERYTHING. THAT THEY WILL HAVE NO MONEY TO PAY FOR THEIR BILLS.AND ESPECIALLY THE HYDRO BILLS WILL BE GIGANTIC.THE HYDRO BILLS WILL SKY ROCKET.BUT THEN THE LIBERALS WILL GIVE US A BETTER DISCOUNT ON OUR HYDRO BILLS-THEY CLAIME.THIS WILL ALSO KILL THE BUSINESSES ALSO.AS THE DUTY ON EVERY THING CROSSING THE BORDER.WILL HAVE TAXES ON IT.SO THE BUSINESSES WILL BE PAYING MILLIONS MORE A YEAR ON IMPORTED-EXPORTED GOODS. WHICH WILL FORCE THE PRICES ON EVERYTHING TO SKY ROCKET IN ONTARIO.AND NOT ONLY WILL THE PRICES ON EVERYTHING-PROBABLY DOUBLE. BUT THEN THEY WILL ADD THESE NEW CARBON TAXES ON EVERYTHING.SO WE NOT ONLY PAY HIGHER PRICES ON EVERYTHING.BUT THEN GET DOUBLE SCAMED. BY THE CARBON TAXES ON EVERYTHING.WERE THE PRICES JUST SKY ROCKETED ON.THIS IS A NO WIN FOR ONTARIO CITIZENS.AND A WIN FOR THE LOONIE LIBERALS.WHO CAN NOT CONTROL THEIR SPENDING.AND ARE BANKRUPTING ONTARIO ALREADY THAT WAY.
CARBON TAX SCAM
BILDERBERG AGENDA REVEALED
Monday, July 2, 2012-Australians Desert the Carbon Tax-Andrew Puhanic, Contributor-Activist Post
It’s official, Australians are now being forced to pay a carbon tax on the emissions they produce. The Clean Energy Legislative Package, passed by the Australian Senate on 8 November 2011 become law on 1 July 2012, sets out how Australia will introduce a carbon price (carbon tax) to reduce Australia’s carbon pollution.The carbon tax will increase the cost of living for all Australians and, if effective, will only reduce Australia’s total contribution of global emissions by less than 0.05%. In fact, this will take more than 10 years for such savings to be realised.The price of food, electricity, water, gas, petrol and other essential goods and services will all increase. The increase in the cost of doing business as a result of the carbon tax in Australia will soon make Australia one of the most uncompetitive countries to trade with.While India, China and the United State of America continue to do business with all of their respective trading partners unhindered by a carbon tax, the Australian Government has done everything in its power to make it as difficult as possible for Australian small business owners to trade internationally and has firmly planted the seeds of economic depression for many years to come.
How Australians Oppose the Carbon Tax
Opposition to the Australian carbon tax started out at 56% after the Australian Federal Government announced the Clean Energy Legislative Package. It has now increased to more than 62 per cent.In a recent Nielsen poll, support for the carbon tax plunged to a record low of 33 per cent as Australia’s Prime Minister Julia Gillard (Greens Party advocate and supporter of world government) faces the fight of her political life to try to reconcile the public to her deeply unpopular tax.With one in two Australians believing that they will be worse off because of the carbon tax and with the current global economic uncertainty surrounding the Australian economy, no wonder business confidence in Australia is on the decline.
Will the Australian Carbon Tax Be Reversed?
Speculation is beginning to mount at whether or not the Australian Labor Party can retain government at the next election. A recent news poll in The Australian has revealed that Labor’s primary vote has dwindled to a record low of just 30 per cent compared to the oppositions 46 per cent.Therefore, if Australia was to repeal this Globalist-backed carbon tax, then it appears that the only way for this to occur would be via a change in Government.The leader of the opposition in Australia, Tony Abbott, has pledged to repeal the carbon tax. Mr Abbott was recently quoted as saying, “When I say during the campaign there will be no carbon tax under a government I lead, Australians can be 100 per cent certain that I am telling the truth”.
The Fundamental Dilemma Australians Face
It’s a fact that the overwhelming majority of Australians don’t want to pay a carbon tax. However, due to the entrenched obedience to the left-right paradigm that most Australians are trained to believe in, it will be increasingly difficult for Australians to remove the Globalist-backed carbon tax once introduced.Although the leader of the opposition party has declared that he will revoke the carbon tax once in office, his statements are highly speculative and are not justified by any plan or economic analysis. In fact, the leader of the opposition has not even put forth an alternative plan to the Australian people about how he will revoke the carbon tax.The sad and unfortunate truth is that it’s more likely than not that Australians will be forced to pay a carbon tax for an indefinite period of time. This is exactly what the Globalists want and the Australian Government has failed all Australians by implementing the carbon tax scheme.Andrew Puhanic is the founder of the Globalist Report. The aim of the Globalist Report is to provide current, relevant and informative information about the Globalists and Globalist Agenda. You can contact Andrew directly by visiting the Globalist Report.
Carbon pricing coming to Ontario, strategy to be unveiled this year-ADRIAN MORROW-TORONTO — The Globe and Mail-Published Tuesday, Jan. 13 2015, 3:00 AM EST-Last updated Tuesday, Jan. 13 2015, 9:51 AM EST
The Ontario government is closing in on a plan to put a price on carbon emissions after nearly seven years of delays.The Liberals have promised to make corporations and consumers pay for burning carbon – an effective way to battle global warming – since 2008, but have put off making a decision. However, Environment Minister Glen Murray is now working on a comprehensive plan to slash greenhouse gas emissions, and he pledges carbon pricing will be part of it.SHAWN McCARTHY Harper leaves Alberta little room to implement carbon reduction promises.The prime minister is shutting down opposition calls to regulate the oil and gas sector to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Stephen Harper says his government will not impose "unilateral penalties" on the sector.“We’re looking at how we can transition Ontario to a low-carbon economy through initiatives such as setting a price on carbon … it will be real, efficient, effective and economically positive,” Mr. Murray, who will unveil his strategy this year, told The Globe and Mail. He said his plan will also include cleaner fuel standards and energy conservation measures.The province committed to carbon pricing when it signed the Western Climate Initiative (WCI) with California, British Columbia and Quebec in the summer of 2008. Since then, B.C. has implemented a carbon tax that has helped slash greenhouse gas emissions by 16 per cent. Quebec and California, meanwhile, created a joint cap-and-trade system.A carbon tax places a levy on every purchase of fossil fuel. In a cap-and-trade model, the government limits how much carbon a company can burn; if it wants to use more, it must buy “credits” from a company that has used less than its share.Despite passing enabling legislation in 2009 and years of consultation, Ontario has not moved ahead with either system.“It has been frustrating to have a commitment, to have the WCI come in, and then to not really see much happen on that front,” said Keith Brooks of Toronto-based Environmental Defence. “There’s been a long time waiting for this to come.”Mr. Brooks and other environmentalists are optimistic the province is ready to move now.When Mr. Murray took over as environment minister after last spring’s election, he was given wide latitude to develop a plan to fight climate change. Last November, Ontario recommitted to carbon pricing in a memorandum with Quebec. And the Premier’s office is said to be onside; among Kathleen Wynne’s chief advisers is Andrew Bevan, who helped craft former federal Liberal leader Stéphane Dion’s GreenShift policy, and once ran an environmental think tank.“Our interpretation is that they are quite serious about doing it,” Mr. Brooks said. “Some kind of carbon pricing needs to be brought in.”Mr. Murray is hosting a summit of subnational governments in July to help prepare for the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris at the end of the year. Provincial environment commissioner Gord Miller said he expects the province to reveal its hand before the meeting.“Momentum is building tremendously. And Paris is a deadline. We need to get our act together this year,” he said. “It is my sense that the government is seized with this decision now.”Mr. Murray would not say when he will release his plan. Asked why the province did not move earlier, he suggested Ontario was too busy with its other major environmental policy, closing coal-fired power plants. The province has not decided what sort of system to adopt. Both carbon tax and cap-and-trade show promise.B.C., which imposes a $30 levy on each tonne of carbon emissions (this works out, for instance, to seven cents on a litre of gasoline) has driven down emissions without stopping economic growth. In California, which recently linked its cap-and-trade system to Quebec’s, greenhouse gas emissions dropped over the past seven years.“Much of that reduction [at least half] had to do with the recession. But as California’s economy has begun to grow again … those emissions have not come back with it,” Dave Clegern of the California Air Resources Board, the agency that runs the cap-and-trade program, said in an e-mail. The state also has rules to make fuels more environmentally friendly and laws that require 15 per cent of new vehicles sold by 2025 to be zero-emissions vehicles, such as electric cars.Each system has advantages. A carbon tax is simpler than cap-and-trade, and easier to administer. Cap-and-trade means politicians do not have to sell a tax to voters.Whichever system Ontario chooses, the key is to ensure the price is high enough todrive people to burn less of it, said Matt Horne of environmental think tankthe Pembina Institute.“In terms of comparing system to system, that’s going to be the best indicator: looking at what carbon permits are trading at versus what a carbon tax rate is at,” he said.
THE GOVERNMENTS TELL US THIS SCAM CARBON TAXES WILL BE SO GREAT FOR OUR COUNTRIES.BUT IT TURNS OUT THE OPPOSITE.IT BREAKS OUR COUNTRY.AND FILLS THE POCKETS OF THE ENVIROMENTAL CASE NUTCASES ONLY.IT SCAMS US WITH TAXES ON EVERYTHING.AND FORCES BUSINESSES INTO BANKRUPTCY BECAUSE OF THE HIGH TAXES THEY PAY ON ALL IMPORTS-EXPORTS.
Options and Considerations for a Federal Carbon Tax by Center for Climate and Energy Solutions-February 2013
Greenhouse gas emissions can be reduced most cost-effectively through market-based approaches that put a price on carbon. The two most commonly discussed approaches are a cap-and-trade system and a carbon tax. By establishing a price for greenhouse gas emissions, either instrument can help correct the market failure that exists when the value of environmental damages is not included in the market price of fossil fuels. A fundamental difference between the two is that a cap-and-trade system sets the maximum level of emissions so the environmental outcome is known but the resulting price is unknown, while a carbon tax sets the price and lets the market determine the environmental outcome. This brief outlines broad considerations in weighing a carbon tax, such as environmental integrity, cost-effectiveness, and distributional equity, as well as fundamental design issues, including who might pay the tax and how to set an appropriate tax rate. The brief also reviews existing carbon taxes abroad and in localities in the United States, along with several recent U.S. legislative carbon tax proposals.
What is a carbon tax?
A tax on greenhouse gases, often called a carbon tax, is a market-based policy instrument that can be used to achieve a cost-effective reduction in emissions.1 For this brief, carbon will be used as shorthand for greenhouse gas emissions because carbon dioxide comprises the overwhelming majority of overall greenhouse gas emissions. (For an in-depth overview of market-based policies to address climate change, see the Center's brief on Market Mechanisms: Understanding the Options).A carbon tax uses the power of market price signals to encourage greenhouse gas emission reductions from a variety of sources. The predominant greenhouse gas produced by humans is carbon dioxide (CO2), which results largely from burning fossil fuels. An upstream carbon tax, for example, would impose a charge on coal, oil, and natural gas in proportion to the amount of carbon they contain. This tax would be passed forward into the price of electricity, petroleum products, and energy-intensive goods. A more broad-based carbon tax could also be designed to apply to non-energy sources of CO2 emissions and on other greenhouse gases based on their global warming potential relative to CO2.The economic rationale for creating a price on greenhouse gas emissions is multifold. First, it would correct an underlying market failure that has led to increasing concentrations of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. The burning of fossil fuels and other activities that release greenhouse gases are associated with warming global temperatures and adverse climate impacts. The costs of these impacts, including an increase in extreme and damaging weather events, rising sea levels, loss of biodiversity and other effects, will be borne by society as a whole, including future generations. However, these costs are not currently included in the market prices of goods that emit greenhouse gases, leading to an inefficient use of resources and excessive emissions from a societal perspective (see Box 1 for a discussion). A carbon tax would attempt to include these costs in market prices.Second, use of a market-based policy instrument can achieve greenhouse gas emission reductions at lower cost to regulated sectors than a command-and-control approach, which emphasizes source- and sector-based mandates for particular technologies or processes. As technologies that reduce CO2 emissions during or post-combustion are not yet widely available, the primary way to reduce CO2 emissions is to switch to fuel sources with lower carbon content or reduce consumption of fossil fuels. Use of a market- based policy to establish a common price on greenhouse gas emissions is necessary to provide incentives for a broad range of emission reduction options across firms, households, and activities. Some emission reductions will be achieved by firms as they switch from higher- to lower-carbon fuels and invest in energy-saving technologies. Other reductions will come from consumers, who will respond to higher energy prices by purchasing less energy-intensive goods and changing their behavior in ways that use energy more efficiently. Greenhouse gas pricing policies also provide incentives to develop new technologies, such as carbon capture and geological storage and zero-carbon energy sources, and encourage biological sequestration of greenhouse gas emissions in forestry and agriculture.
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