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Now that the EU/Globalists Have Demolished Irish Corporate Tax Rates...

  • 18-06-2021 3:37pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 306 ✭✭ MyLove4Satan


    How many of you still think that Irish people who were skeptical of the Lisbon, Nice and especially the Maastricht Treaty, were backward, racist, simple morons for suggesting that the long game might not be so wonderful?

    There is hardly a blip about the staggering negative potential of this in the Clinton Foundation, sorry I mean Irish media today. Yet on the tail end of the most un-scientific and longest lockdown in Europe (thousands of small businesses destroyed) one has to wonder how many of us will be emigrating to Albania for a better life by the end of the decade.


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  • Banned (with Prison Access) Posts: 991 ✭✭✭ ineedeuro


    How many of you still think that Irish people who were skeptical of the Lisbon, Nice and especially the Maastricht Treaty, were backward, racist, simple morons for suggesting that the long game might not be so wonderful?

    There is hardly a blip about the staggering negative potential of this in the Clinton Foundation, sorry I mean Irish media today. Yet on the tail end of the most un-scientific and longest lockdown in Europe (thousands of small businesses destroyed) one has to wonder how many of us will be emigrating to Albania for a better life by the end of the decade.

    Lisbon, Nice and Maastricht are European policy.

    The G7 are trying to change the corporate rate.
    I don't get the link? maybe you can explain.

    The problem is not with Europe it is with the US. Our little Irish friend which everyone wanted into office as president is already trying to screw the Irish. We would have been better with Trump still as president as he didn't want to mess around with big business.


  • Registered Users Posts: 9,589 ✭✭✭ Marcusm


    Huh? The recent agreement involves the G7 as a precursor to a likely OECD agreement. The EU will only be involved in setting the directive to enforce it. EU tax harmonisation is focused on the common consolidated corporate tax base which is not, at this stage, related to rates! Facts get in the way of a rant though, I guess.


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