Bill Shorten Will Tax You Dead – Literally

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Bill Shorten Proposes Death Tax with Union's Support

It makes my blood boil when I hear Bill Shorten say he cares about workers. It's nothing but a lie!Yesterday, Union bosses with Bill Shorten's blessing told us Labor would like to reimplement a "Death Tax" or "Inheritance Tax" if Labor win the next election.I can't tell you how terrible this idea is!Queensland was the first state to abolish 'Death Duties' under Joh Bjelke-Petersen when he was Premier. Since then, all states have followed and we haven't seen 'Death Duties' in Australia since 1979.I'd be keen to hear from Union members on this. Do you support a tax on whatever you leave behind for your family when you die? How does everyone feel about losing half of their nett worth to Labor's Death Tax when they die?Bill Shorten is like a scavenger picking from the carcass of society at the worse time in a families life with this idea.#Auspol #OneNation #PaulineHanson #DeathTax

Posted by Pauline Hanson's Please Explain on Saturday, July 21, 2018

It makes my blood boil when I hear Bill Shorten say he cares about workers. It’s nothing but a lie!

Yesterday, Union bosses with Bill Shorten’s blessing told us Labor would like to reimplement a “Death Tax” or “Inheritance Tax” if Labor win the next election.

I can’t tell you how terrible this idea is!

Queensland was the first state to abolish ‘Death Duties’ under Joh Bjelke-Petersen when he was Premier. Since then, all states have followed and we haven’t seen ‘Death Duties’ in Australia since 1979.

I’d be keen to hear from Union members on this. Do you support a tax on whatever you leave behind for your family when you die?

How does everyone feel about losing half of their nett worth to Labor’s Death Tax when they die?

Bill Shorten is like a scavenger picking from the carcass of society at the worse time in a families life with this idea.

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