If Trudeau actually wanted to deal with offshore tax havens, he would have used that as the starting point for his “tax fairness” campaign, instead of trying to rip-off Canada’s small businesses.
During a press conference in Vietnam, Justin Trudeau was asked about the Paradise Papers. Here’s what he said:
— CPAC (@CPAC_TV) November 8, 2017
Trudeau can talk all he wants, but his words are empty. If he really felt there was “much more to do” when it comes to tax havens, then why didn’t he start there when he launched his tax fairness campaign?
After all, the potential revenue from offshore tax havens is immense, so you would think that is the logical place to start.
Instead, Trudeau ignored the tax haven problem, and tried taking money from local businesses.
It becomes clear and clear that – as many have pointed out – there’s one set of rules for the elites, and another for the rest of us, and Trudeau is determined to keep things just as they are.
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