- Feb 22, 2016
Tax law is not unjust. It's in fact unjust for others to pay their share while guy gets to dodge the system and not pay. He uses the countries resources (roads, electoral system plus many other things) that others now have to pay for, and he don't.Many laws are unjust and should be disobeyed.
Apartheid was an example of unjust laws, just like taxation is unjust especially if those funds gets misappropriated.
Crime is crime. Whether it comes from the top or the bottom. We should criticize both. It's like the guy in the car complaining about the lawless taxis while jumping the red light at 80 in a 60 zone with his phone in his hand driving an unroadworthy car. Both are wrong.The irony of this is, even if you right and the money be colected, that type of fraud/corruption is from the bottom upwards, and although its wrong, and was always being tolerated and procecuted world over for many years, it is not the biggest type of fraud/corruption, not the type that destroyes societies, the middle class and the poor. The most harmfull long term fraud/corruption comes from the other direction, that is from the Top down to the bottom, there is just no comparison between the two types of direction, as long as you understand this, I am happy with whatever you do in this regard.