Entry Submitted by RL at 8:43 AM EDT on June 20. 2021
First, I want to say,… Many, many thanks to all the Digital Warriors out there who work so hard to help keep the rest of us informed and up-to-date on this process. The time you spend on these efforts is very greatly appreciated!
Now, on to the subject at hand,… I MUST ADMIT I have felt a little dismayed for the last couple of days since Restored Republic Updates have posted that our taxes would be “14-16% on new items, not including food and meds.” I originally understood that the tax would be 18% on purchases of luxury items. My first thought on the 14-16% was, “Good Grief! Here we go again!” I was under the impression that NESARA was about restoring wealth to the people and freeing them from debt and tax slavery. I’d certainly be interested to see the mathematics that brought it from 18% on lux items to a full-up 14-16% sales tax. I absolutely don’t mind funding our new SMALL government. Eighteen percent on lux items seemed perfectly reasonable. None-the-less, I understand that I do not have a full picture and comprehension of what is to come so I will patiently wait to see how everything plays out. Granted, judging by what we have lived with our whole lives, 14-16% seems utterly ridiculous. But,… when you consider many of the costs we have been burdened with, i.e. mortgage payments, income tax, etc., will disappear plus all the money that is to be returned to us, maybe 14-16% won’t feel as much of a burden as it seems right now. After all, it must be remembered that God is in control. I’m sure that He will see to it that all things will be the way they should be. Blessings of Peace & Patience to all through this process. —RL
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