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“Panama Papers” Financial Bombshell– Beware of Half-Truths That Disempower Us!

This bombshell story is referred to as the “Panama Papers” – millions of leaked internal documents from the Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca, revealed how hundreds of thousands of people with money to hide used anonymous shell corporations for this purpose.

But before we jump to conclusions, remember that we can’t just be sheep and follow the herd mentality of accepting whatever ideas the mass media feeds us.

The mass media wants people to be programmed with the idea that people who use “tax havens,” such as foreign companies or offshore accounts, are evil. But it’s not that tax havens per se are evil, it is the people who gained their wealth thru illegal and immoral ways that is the issue.

So the truth is that tax havens can be evil IF the money being sheltered was acquired thru illegal or immoral ways. But honest-earned money deserves to be sheltered, and legal tax havens help citizens not only keep more of their hard earned money but also help make the world a better place.

Honest citizens deserve to reduce the amount of tax they owe. We need to have the freedom to choose how we manage our money. We, in fact, would ALL do the world much good to take legal steps to reduce taxes we owe. Tax havens, like money, can be used for good or for evil. Let’s not be disempowered to create money or to keep as much as our money as possible thru legal means.

In that way, we would not be supporting governments immoral use of our hard-earned money to fund wars or to bail out banks and destroy the economy.

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Freedom as a symbol and freedom as a reality

If Jon’s article below provokes questions for you, it has served its purpose.  By continually asking questions to ourselves, we expand our awareness and grow.  I want to add to Jon’s question:  What is freedom for? It highest purpose, I believe, is to enable us to connect with the Creator…Great Spirit…with our Higher Mind.  It…

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