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French MEPs Introduce “You-Tube Tax” To Maintain “Virtuous Circle Of Financing Creation”

Submitted by Michael Shedlock via MishTalk.com, French MEPs (Members of European Parliament) introduced a proposal to create a “virtuous circle of financing creation” via a “You-Tube Tax” on online advertising. My counter proposal is a high tax on politicians, political activities, and of course socialists. Via translation, please consider French MEPs Vote for a “YouTube Tax” on Advertising Online Videos.
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