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02/04/2012

Requête devant le court des droits de l'homme (2)

 

 

  

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 « Tu m’as encore mis dans de beaux draps. »

The English version can be found here. 

 

II. EXPOSÉ DES FAITS

STATEMENT OF THE FACTS

WEERGAVE VAN DE FEITEN

 

14.

 

Le soussigné a tenté de dénoncer juridiquement la différence de pouvoir entre l’univers financier et le reste de la société. Cette différence de pouvoir se manifeste sous la forme d’intérêts qui sont réclamés sur l’argent prêté, en plus du remboursement. Ceci rend impossible tout échange économique équilibré entre les parties et diffuse un signal hiérarchique selon lequel on doit gagner plus que la contribution que l’on a apportée. En cas d’application de manière chronique, ceci conduit à des concentrations de pouvoir verticales, au lieu de communications économiques horizontales fondées sur l’ « égalité » entre les personnes selon le droit constitutionnel. La hiérarchie sociale, qu’elle soit publique ou privée, se formera et se stabilisera verticalement à partir de ces différences de pouvoir. En Inde, on appelle ceci le système de castes, en Afrique du Sud l’apartheid, aux États-Unis la ségrégation, en Allemagne le fascisme, au sein de la religion ceci s’appelle la foi et au sein de l’économie nous nommons cela la science.

 

Le soussigné a tenté d’aborder cette question de manière informelle, dans une tentative de dialogue avec les pouvoirs publics néerlandais en 2006. Cette correspondance n’ayant abouti à rien, le soussigné a présenté une réclamation contre un avis d'imposition provisoire relatif à l’impôt sur les sociétés.

 

L’observation la plus intéressante de toute la procédure a été formulée par l’inspecteur du service des contributions, le 26 mars 2007 :

 

Le problème que vous abordez dépasse le cadre de cette réclamation.

 

Ceci a continué de planer au-dessus de toute la procédure et aucune des instances juridiques néerlandaises n’a eu le courage d’aborder le contenu de la problématique soulevée, éludant la question de manière juridico-technique afin de ne pas être contraintes de l’aborder sur son contenu.

 

 

On vie aujourd'hui dans une société qui ce désintègre, nous avons besoin une intégration (synthèse) des grand penseurs comme Adam Smith, Karl Marx et Montesquieu.

Pour lire le document tout entier;

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01/04/2012

Petite leçon de fiscalité au bistrot du coin

 ......... ou une autre manière pour voir que la système est en faillite.

 

Poisson  d'avril ou vrai? C'est à vous de divinez!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :-)

 

Est ce que ça sert encore de voter...................................... dans une illusion?

 

Petit cours de fiscalité et de solidarité : à méditer tranquillement et en

 

riant…Tous les jours, 10 amis se retrouvent pour boire une bière.

 

 L’addition totale se monte à 100 € (10 € par personne)…

 

Nos dix amis décident de payer cette facture selon une répartition qui s’inspire du

 calcul de l’impôt sur le revenu, ce qui donne ceci :

· Les 4 premiers (les plus pauvres !), ne paient rien.

· Le 5ème paye 1 euro

· Le 6ème paye 3 euros

· Le 7ème paye 7 euros

· Le 8ème paye 12 euros

· Le 9ème paye 18 euros

· Le dernier (le plus riche !) paye 59 euros.

Ils se retrouvent chaque jour en fin de journée pour boire leur bière et semblaient assez

 contents de leur arrangement jusqu’au jour où le tenancier décide de leur faire une

 remise de fidélité : « Comme vous êtes bons clients, dit-il, j’ai décidé de vous faire

 une remise de 20 € sur la facture totale de 100€. Vous ne payerez donc désormais

 vos 10 bières que 80 €. »

Le groupe décide de continuer à payer la nouvelle somme de la même façon qu’ils

auraient payé leurs taxes. Si les quatre premiers continuent à boire gratuitement,

comment les six autres (les clients payants) allaient-ils diviser de façon équitable les

20 € de remise ? Ils réalisent que 20 € divisé par 6 font 3.33 €. Mais s’ils soustraient cette somme de leur partage, alors le 5ème et le 6ème homme doivent être payés

 pour boire leur bière. Pas correct !

Lire la suite

18/03/2012

Questions à resoudre et autres par Paul Jorion

 

Lire la suite

17/03/2012

What is the alternative course?

 La version français ce trouve ici.

Enlcosure in higher appeal

 

What’s the alternative course?

 

Integral (integrated) economy
Today, we are experiencing several crises at the same time, all of which are interrelated below the surface and all of which come down to one and the same synthesising question: How can we co-exist? While the theoretical answer to this question is fairly simple, it is much harder to put it into practice – it takes two to tango. ;-)

A. The foundations of society
A healthy and living foundation for society requires certain conditions that promote life and survival. The simpler these preconditions are, the clearer and thus more effective they will be. What needs do we all share? The need for drinking water, food, clothing, shelter, education and health care. The constitutional state is responsible for these conditions and maintaining the foundation of society while we, the people, are responsible for the practical concretisation of this foundation by working together. In political terms this means solidarity and the ability to share what we have and what we need.

B. The absolute necessity of integrated individualisation
Without integrated individualisation, the foundation of society is doomed. If you understand this interaction, you have the seeds of the pragmatic concretisation of a fairer society within your grasp. No political, social or commercial (market) party (whether majority or minority) can claim the exclusiveness of the foundation of society. That foundation is humanity as a whole and disallows any exclusivity on the part of any single individual. Once the preconditions for the foundation of society have been met, this will automatically create a breeding ground for integrated individualism, which is nothing other than the complete freedom to develop as an individual. This self-development should not, of course, be at the expense of the foundation of society. In political terms, this can be called integrated individualism, integrated liberalism. We can then put the synthesis of the foundation of society and integrated individualism into practice and call it integral economy.

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14/01/2012

A few questions to deepen the political-juridical economic debate.


 

Is the (economic) survival of the fittest constitutional?

It may be difficult to answer this just like that.

The negative side effects of ‘competition’ are not as tangible in a world where relatively few people live. Imagine a world with half a billion people and you can imagine that there is a place under the sun for everyone. In a world becoming ever more crowded, the side effects of ‘mutual competition’ will be ever more apparent.
It might be important to ask several questions:

For whom is ‘mutual competition’ efficient?

For those who already have a head start, the government, the losers, the winners, or the economy in general?

What happens to communication between the government and the people when ‘mutual competition’, which leads to ‘profit and growth’, is the most important social principle?

What does this do to the self-regulating ability of individuals in their interrelations within a society?

Do not people (and companies) become ever more dependent on the government as a result?

What does ‘mutual competition’ do to participation within a society, the independence of each individual and tolerance towards others?

How (economically) efficient is ‘mutual competition’, when you take profit and growth as a starting point instead of people and democratisation?

How democratic is our society if ‘winners’ have more rights than ‘losers’?

How much credibility does the government and the constitutional state have if winning is a more important social (economic) principle than coexistence?

What promotes an individual’s independence in society?

Do we compete against each other or do we create the conditions necessary for individuals to face society’s challenges and share them by participating and learning to co-operate?

Where does competition end and do crime, terrorism and war start, and what roles do politics, the legal system and the individual play in this?

I hope these questions and points of view are interesting for you, as a reader and, more importantly, as a fellow human being.

Best regards,
Peter Hoopman
Roquetaillade – Aveyron         

11/01/2012

Qui suis-je?

Une des questions philosophique - réligieux - ésotérique - scientifique - psychologique le plus importants.

Débat "Bibliothèque Médicis" avec Jean-Pierre Elkabbach, Jean-Christophe Petitfils, Simone Berthière, Jean Michel Délacomptée, Nanette Snoep, Bérénice Levet.


Bibliothèque Médicis : Qui suis-je? par publicsenat

 

 

Des approches différents plus personel et en parlent pour moi même plus "confrontant" et à la même temps il y a une rélation direct entre celle du débat dans la Bibliothèque Médicis et les approches intérieur de nous.

 

Un phrase confrontant de Krishnamurti:

La seule révolution qui tient la route, c'est la révolution intérieur.

 

 

Qui suis-je par Ramana Maharshi

 

Enquete de soi/La recherche de soi-même par Ramana Maharshi 

 

Blog consacré à la vie/pensée de Krishnamurti  ici sur blogs.midilibre.

 

  

08/01/2012

La mascarade technocrate continu.......

La France veut mettre en place la taxe Tobin/financière, même si l'idée peut être sympatique au début, ça va rien changer au fond.

En bref cette solution technique dans une monde virtuelle/technocrate, c'est pour se donner l'idée aux gens qu'il fond des choses. Mais en bref c'est une grande mascarade bullocrate. Pour mettre le brouillard à eux même et pire à nous! Mais ils ne sont pas conscient de tout celà.........

Alors ne soyé pas trop sévère vers eux/nous. :-) ;-)




 A lire aussi:

Chers terroristes informatiques

 

Une question qui "tue"

 

Quelques questions pour.......... 

 

Pourquoi cette scene?

 

Si j'ai bien compris François Hollande, le PS, veut aussi cette taxe financière. Il n'a rien compris non plus, ni de Marx ni d'Adam Smith et surtout l'intégralité des deux. Mais au moins le PS et Sarko sont d'accord sur quelque chose. ;-)

Malheureusement François Bayrou reste aussi aux côtés des tehnocrates, même si il est façon parler mille fois plus nuancé que Sarko et Hollande.

photo pris de nouvel obs, mais je ne suis pas certain

03/01/2012

Is there an alternative course?

La version Français se trouve ici.

De Nederlandse versie "Hoe dan wel?" is hier terug te vinden.

Die Deutsche version  "Wie dann?" kann mann hier zurückfinden (ist dass Deutsch?)

==============================================================

 

Enclosure II with the appeal of De Hutte Holding BV versus the Tax and Customs Administration, case number 07 / 2920 VPB 77 21 december 2008

 

What’s the alternative course?

 

Integral (integrated) economy
Today, we are experiencing several crises at the same time, all of which are interrelated below the surface and all of which come down to one and the same synthesising question: How can we co-exist? While the theoretical answer to this question is fairly simple, it is much harder to put it into practice – it takes two to tango. ;-)

A. The foundations of society
A healthy and living foundation for society requires certain conditions that promote life and survival. The simpler these preconditions are, the clearer and thus more effective they will be. What needs do we all share? The need for drinking water, food, clothing, shelter, education and health care. The constitutional state is responsible for these conditions and maintaining the foundation of society while we, the people, are responsible for the practical concretisation of this foundation by working together. In political terms this means solidarity and the ability to share what we have and what we need.

B. The absolute necessity of integrated individualisation
Without integrated individualisation, the foundation of society is doomed. If you understand this interaction, you have the seeds of the pragmatic concretisation of a fairer society within your grasp. No political, social or commercial (market) party (whether majority or minority) can claim the exclusiveness of the foundation of society. That foundation is humanity as a whole and disallows any exclusivity on the part of any single individual. Once the preconditions for the foundation of society have been met, this will automatically create a breeding ground for integrated individualism, which is nothing other than the complete freedom to develop as an individual. This self-development should not, of course, be at the expense of the foundation of society. In political terms, this can be called integrated individualism, integrated liberalism. We can then put the synthesis of the foundation of society and integrated individualism into practice and call it integral economy.

This can be summarised as follows: everyone is an entrepreneur who, through co‑ordination, communication, practical actions and feedback, gradually improves the living conditions of the individual and the collective.

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24/12/2011

Among Believers

 La version Français se trouve ici

 

Tax and Customs Administration                                                                       
PO Box 9100                                                                        
7100 HA WINTERSWIJK                                                                        
The Netherlands


                                                                        6 November 2006


Copy to : Prime Minister J.P. Balkenende and the Supreme Court

- Under fearful believers -

Reference:            64.57.502.V.XXXXXXXRe:             Writ of Execution

Dear Sir/Madam,

Are we but insignificant cogs in a big machine? A machine whose most important objective is to produce money, to grow and to make profit? Can we use this money to resolve social problems both at a national and an international level? Or has money actually become a key part of the problem? For instance, can famine, disease, education and environmental challenges be fixed with money? Nowadays, money has become a goal in itself, resulting in it leading a life of its own. In the Middle Ages, God was the answer to ‘all evils’, but that also meant that society was imprisoned by a religious elite who’d confiscated the exclusive rights to God. There’s nothing essentially wrong with God or money, but when they appropriate the most important role for themselves, this creates a certain type of world and we are made subordinate to the laws we dreamt up ourselves, whether they represent God, money or something else.

Just suppose I’m going to fool you that the moon possesses special powers and that every time you look at the moon you have to pay me 20 cents. Or you take out a subscription and pay ten euros a year allowing you to look at the moon as often as you like. This may be a ridiculous example which you’d never fall for, but with God and money we have succeeded in fooling ourselves and others into this. So why wouldn’t this work with the moon or the sun, especially when I have an army and a judiciary on my side, completely independent of course (but still completely dependent on the system, faith or science).

 

Is money in itself worth money?
If this were actually the case, then nobody would have to work anymore, which just wouldn’t work. Therefore, it’s vital that there are enough people, and governments of course, who believe that money in itself is worth money.


Is looking at the moon worth money?
In the end, it’s a question of what we want to believe, how convincingly it will be presented and what sanctions there may be for the unbelievers. Power and fear can imprison a society for centuries, even if nobody actually wants that. I don’t blame the Tax and Customs Administration for doing what it does; after all, that’s what it was appointed to do and even that was logical initially. Nonetheless, I think it’s important that we understand that we’re all in the same boat, and as long as we keep seeing each other as competitors and/or accomplices to defend our own interests, breaking through to a more sustainable and just world will continue to be impossible. A government which subordinates itself to a system that makes the rich richer and makes society increasingly dependent loses its credibility and breeds chaos and human impotence to change things for the better. This latter point is impossible because we have to remain subservient to the law that money in itself is worth money. Other priorities are eclipsed by this and will remain as such because making money is the most important ‘economic’ priority. As a result, we’ve created a Catch 22 situation: first make money, and then we can use that money to fix the problems. I don’t know how much longer we can continue to fool ourselves and each other with this little fairytale, but it just doesn’t work in practice.

 

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22/12/2011

La seule économie au fond de la vie..

 

 

.... c'est l'évolution de notre propre conscience.

 

 

 

bonnes fêtes