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    Why taxation is BETTER than voluntary charity

    in voluntary charity, there is no guarantee that other people are going to contribute as well

    if you contribute and others don't, it's just a drop in the bucket, and you'll just be out of money

    in taxation, everyone has to contribute, so a collective fund is guaranteed, and there is a guaranteed benefit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartanize View Post
    in voluntary charity, there is no guarantee that other people are going to contribute as well

    if you contribute and others don't, it's just a drop in the bucket, and you'll just be out of money

    in taxation, everyone has to contribute, so a collective fund is guaranteed, and there is a guaranteed benefit
    Except that if you don't agree with the charitable cause that your government supports, you can't simply give your tax money to another government.

    Both the government and charities aren't always the best at what they do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spartanize View Post
    in voluntary charity, there is no guarantee that other people are going to contribute as well

    if you contribute and others don't, it's just a drop in the bucket, and you'll just be out of money

    in taxation, everyone has to contribute, so a collective fund is guaranteed, and there is a guaranteed benefit

    I agree, if it is a flat tax. However, if I make $1,000/year vs someone’s $100,000/year, it hardly seems fair that i live off of their financial success. My 10% vs their 10% is huge. I hope this isn’t another one of your “socialism is good because it benefits me and I am entitled to other people money and anyone who disagrees is a redneck/hick” threads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Distract & Deny View Post
    I agree, if it is a flat tax. However, if I make $1,000/year vs someone?s $100,000/year, it hardly seems fair that i live off of their financial success. My 10% vs their 10% is huge. I hope this isn?t another one of your ?socialism is good because it benefits me and I am entitled to other people money and anyone who disagrees is a redneck/hick? threads.
    eat the rich

    omonomomnnmo

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    public services and work should be funded with new interest free money

    thats how money creation should work

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    no taxes or income taxes

    It would be up to everyone one of us to monitor the money created (total transparency) and where it goes so our own money doesnt lose too much value

    its hard to be for taxation when you see public services where I am

    charity sucks too, its a scam
    Last edited by Fire God Liu Kang; 2019-06-12 at 08:26 PM.

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