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To receive pensions from the ruling party withdraw request 20 million yen savings!

The FSA's announcement does not prohibit anger. In addition, the ruling party has requested that the pension be withdrawn from the announcement that it is less than 20 million yen. Before the election, I can only think that I'm bibi. Because this came out, it seems to have avoided "same day selection". I want politicians to take responsibility for "100 years of peace of mind." The average salary of non-regular employees is 1.75 million yen.(Years)。 There are 30% of people who don't have savings. Politicians have increased the number of employees and have 100 million yen including secretarial salaries. In addition, it is said that it is a revival of the assembly member pension. Don't be kidding me. Bakayaro. The first thing we have to do is replace all the politicians. In any case, in contrast, it will be a point of how each party or each politician thinks about the theory of financial resources in this election. I am looking for financial resources in the tax haven tax system. The reasons are as follows. 1. The only source of funds can eliminate deflation by raising taxes in Japan's finances for fire cars, because it is possible to put money from overseas. 2. Even if income tax is raised and corporate tax is raised, the money of the wealthy will run away to foreign countries abroad. 3. The consumption tax is taxed on 100 million people, such as paying taxes even for elementary school students, but only one-10,000 of them are subject to tax haven taxation. It is persuasive to the wealthy and large corporations because there are very few "crying people" and there can be a rise in stock prices. 4. The MMT theory states, "If it is an international issue denominated in its own currency, it does not matter how much it borrows. I'm saying. A. This means that the central bank of the country can provide unlimited credit as much as possible if it is denominated in its own currency, but over the past 20 years, the Bank of Japan has swelled to 400 trillion yen in base money, and even if it owns 450 trillion yen in government bonds, it will not grow. With corporate retained earnings of 450 trillion yen, the social experiment of not increasing the money stock and failing to grow was not successful. B.. Like Argentina, there are examples of failures in their own currencies. C. In addition to denominating in their own currency, there is still a risk that foreigners will be sold off suddenly if they own government bonds denominated in their own currency. D. There is a wall of supply, and even if demand is increased, there is a concern about hyperinfl inflation. Oh. Companies are caught in lukewarm water, and innovative manufacturing is not progressing. Ka. In Japan, a 1% interest rate rise would increase the fiscal burden by as much as 3 trillion yen. Ki. 1997In 2009, when a bank goes bankrupt, there is a "mounting commotion", so it is necessary to deal with sudden trends. Ku. Japan also had hyperinflation after the war, and my grandfather's deposit became scrap paper. Deng. Hyperinfling is a murder in the current 40 million pension recipients. Co. It is not easy to say that it is still okay after doing so much before Prime Minister Abe's quantitative easing. Sa. There was a lot of waste in public investment, and in the old days, "spausa" made from our employment insurance cost 45.5 billion yen, but only 800 million yen could be recovered. "Green Pier", which cost 195.3 billion yen in our pension, could only be recovered by 4.8 billion yen. Si. 1990In the early 1990s, despite public investment of nearly 100 trillion yen, this was also not successful. If you do not clear the above problems, you will not be immediately inclined to mmt theory. 5. Tax haven taxation can be increased in terms of amount of money. 6. To be the biggest correction of disparities. Language This page has been translated automatically. Please note that it may differ from the original content.

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