De Kilometer Heffing

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Petities TEGEN de kilometer heffing (tot april 2007).



Privacy bestaat niet in Noorwegen: voyeuristische kilometerheffing wel

Datum: Fri 18 January 2019

Door: W.J. Hilderink

Soms is het tijd voor een on-ironische verwijzing naar Big Brother uit de beroemde handleiding 1984. Want de nieuwe plannen van de Noorse regering zijn weinig minder dan de opmaat voor een Alziende Overheid.

Sommige mensen vinden zeiken op de overheid per definitie een symptoom van denken met de onderbuik. Wij behoren niet tot die mensen. Wij geven om dingen als privacy en een redelijke belastingdruk. Nu is Noorwegen zo'n beetje het allerlaatste land wat je zou associëren met redelijke belastingdruk, maar kennelijk heeft de Noorse overheid ook een onuitsprekelijke hekel aan privacy. Jagen op belastinggeld gaat immers verrassend goed samen met Spelen Met Des Burgers Privé.

Belasting heffen hoeft immers niet alleen door het tanken, schat. Autobezitters geld aftroggelen kan ook door alle auto's uit te rusten met GPS en ze helemaal de moeder te monitoren. Ingezonden briefje op ZeroHedge, een blog voor mensen met bijzondere ideeën die allemaal gemeen hebben dat de overheid dood moet, dus kleine disclaimer:

'The Norwegian Data Protection Authority is now arguing that GPS based taxation, for the amount of kilometers driven by car, can be done within 5-6 years! Norwegians trust the government way too much, because they believe that this system will eliminate the need for road tax, fuel tax, toll roads and reduce the cost of car insurance. No way will the tax be reduced! GPS based taxation is a governments dream! Who is to stop them from issuing parking fees or speeding tickets?'

De brief gaat verder met geraaskal, maar de portee is zorgelijk. Echter, een centrale overheidsdatabase zou nieuw zijn, maar eigenlijk is het Noorse voorstel al praktijk. Met dank aan de autoindustrie zelf.


De genoemde brief.

Link: https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-01-17/norway-readies-big-brother-gps-based-taxation-mile-driven
Basis-bron: https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/world-news/taxes/norway-to-track-your-car-with-gps-to-tax-you-per-km-mile-you-drive-your-govt-is-next/

Norway Readies 'Big Brother' GPS-Based Taxation Per Mile-Driven

by Tyler Durden

Fri, 01/18/2019 - 05:30

Hi,

The Norwegian Data Protection Authority is now arguing that GPS based taxation, for the amount of kilometers driven by car, can be done within 5-6 years!

Norwegians trust the government way too much, because they believe that this system will eliminate the need for road tax, fuel tax, toll roads and reduce the cost of car insurance.

No way will the tax be reduced! GPS based taxation is a governments dream! Who is to stop them from issuing parking fees or speeding tickets?

Norway also has a high number of electric cars, and an electric car is sold without any tax or VAT, has reduced road tax, free of reduced toll road passage and does not contribute to fuel taxation. With GPS active, the government can finally collect taxes from electric cars without the messy environmentalists meddling.

In the worst case, a corrupt government can use the system against its people to create implications, push the burden of proof over to a troublesome citizen, in court.

Norway may be a great country regards to statistics, but will be some kind of self-imposed totalitarianism if this nonsense continues. Stay away from Norway if you cherish your hard-earned cash!

And as always, thank you, Mr. Armstrong, for your service and enlightenment.

AA - Ex-social democrat

REPLY:

The political-economic system post-World War II has been a socialist driven agenda. “Vote for me and I will give you other people’s money.”

This system cannot be sustained when those in power have promised themselves pensions. As government workers retire, they need to be replaced. The growth rate of government has started to explode. Instead of looking at the problem objectively, they are simply looking from paycheck to paycheck on how to meet the next payroll. This leads them to become more and more aggressive in hunting things to tax. Any rational person would look at this economic model and see it leads to massive civil unrest.

They pretend that socialism is to help people, but they come first. As this gets far worse, nothing trickles down to the people.

Even former President Grover Cleveland, who was a Democrat, saw the insanity his party unleashed with the Silver Democrats. Taxing the rich does not present a solution. They will simply leave. The rich, through their investments, create jobs.

This proposal to use GPS to track movements for taxes will allow the government to end tolls, and thus reduce their own workforce and pension liabilities.

This has been the very idea behind E-Z Pass in the USA where you drive through tolls and are automatically charged. 

Bron: Autobahn


Petities TEGEN de kilometer heffing (tot april 2007).