Keeping a stolen fortune in the family without paying a king’s ransom in taxes

The monetary system is rigged just like the PCR lab tests.

A clever way to keep commoners beneath the financial ranks of the elites is to steal half their assets every time they exchange funds they earned over a lifetime with other serfs.

King Me!

Here’s an idea — ditch the royals and the clown outfits and use their stolen assets to wipe out world hunger and the homeless!

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3 thoughts on “Keeping a stolen fortune in the family without paying a king’s ransom in taxes

  1. lhakes12 September 14, 2022 / 5:54 pm

    I agree, John. We should ditch the royalty and the clown outfits, and feed the poor instead.

    But unfortunately, we might need a real life Robin Hood to do that. 😂
    And it wouldn’t even be stealing. It would just be giving back what is already theirs.
    The royalty and rich are the ones that are the thieves!

    Lisa

    A few fun quotes from Disney’s Robin Hood animated film:

    “Snakes don’t walk, they slither.” – Sir Hiss
    (Talking about Prince John)

    “You know, ‘Robin. I was just wonderin’, are we good guys or bad guys? You know, I mean, uh? Our robbin the rich to feed the poor.” – Little John

    “Rob? That’s a naughty word, we never rob! Just sort of borrow a bit from those who can afford it.” – Robin Hood

    “You want taxes? I’ll give you taxes!” – Friar Tuck (The Sheriff of Nottinghham and Friar Tuck having it out with a sword and staff)

      • lhakes12 September 14, 2022 / 2:13 pm

        👍 😀

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