sexta-feira, fevereiro 06, 2015

Grexit? (4)

Giovanni Domenico Tiepolo. Procissão do Cavalo de Troia (1773).
National Gallery, Londres.

Em caso de Grexit... 

Atenção: a receita tb pode vir a servir aos valorosos indígenas lusitanos, daqui a um ou dois anos...
  1. Announce that the government can only spend what it collects in taxes and fees. The state will not borrow money, period.
  2. Announce a new, simplified tax structure, with tax rates far below those of other European nations. For example, if the value-added tax (VAT) is 17% elsewhere in Europe, the Greek rate would be set at 7%. (Compare that to the sales tax in California, which is 9%.)
  3. Explain that the future of Greece depends entirely on everyone paying taxes, since the government will no longer borrow-and-spend.
  4. Hire 10,000 currently unemployed accountants (including recent college graduates who have been unable to find jobs in accounting), train them in forensic accounting and auditing and unleash them on the Greek economy, starting with the top 1/10th of 1% (the kleptocracy class) and working their way down to the corner cafe.
  5. Make the pain of cheating and non-compliance higher than the pain of paying relatively low taxes.
  6. Change the social perception that not paying taxes is acceptable behavior. Publicize the list of tax cheats, etc.
  7. Make government spending transparent and auditable by any citizen with an Internet connection.
  8. Enforce strict banking laws where lenders that loan money without regard for risk management are forced to absorb their losses and close their doors. Encourage prudent private lending and borrowing.

    in Greece: Are You Finally Ready to Do the Right Thing and Leave the Euro?
    Charles Hugh Smith. Thursday, February 05, 2015
O melhor mesmo é começarem a preparar a polícia, os juízes e as forças armadas para se colocarem ao lado do Syriza!


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