Scientology/income tax


lrh said income tax isnt pro survival a more progressive tax is better could you explain this?

I think he may have been thinking of a wealth tax.  Merely making money through work is perhaps not as smart a thing to tax, as would be taxing wealth.  Wealth is encysted money.  A wealth tax would lance the cyst and get the money flowing, which is more pro-survival.  If money does not flow, it has no actual value.  It does not accomplish its purpose, and is not available to keep the economy healthy.


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Laurie Hamilton


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