What’s Wrong With The Robot Tax?

By Vin Armani

In this video, Vin Armani talks about the approaching agenda of taxing robots as if they’re the same as labor because they replace jobs. How many jobs did Quickbooks kill? Should business owners still pay payroll taxes as if they still had a bookkeeper? All it does is tax the entrepreneur for deploying tools.

Watch the full broadcast here

Vin Armani is the host of The Vin Armani Show on Activist Post, author of Self Ownership, agorist entrepreneur, and co-founder of Counter Markets. Follow Vin on Twitter and subscribe on YouTube. Get the weekly podcast on iTunes or Stitcher. Vin is available for interviews at email – Vin (at) VinArmani.com.


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5 Comments on "What’s Wrong With The Robot Tax?"

  1. Before we start asking for more taxes, we need to sweep this criminal political machine out of power and implement a real Constitutional Republic.

  2. Since robots can replace in fact quite precisely a pair of human hands doing repeatable motions, why not to tax that and give the money for a generation of new jobs or better qualifications? How many jobs were already taken by the machines and never replaced by a human who needs to survive? And yes, the taxes from this would need to be monitored so that they do not end up in supporting lethal military/industrial complex..

  3. Computers will work efficiently for 24 hours each day,and only stop for planned maintenance where a replacement will be on hand to continue production. Tax does not work when Governments give out Loopholes to Local Benefactors re: – British Politicunt Parties.

    https://forbiddenknowledgetv.net/max-igan-5g-roll-out-and-ai-will-transform-human-society-by-2025/

  4. lightingstrikesthrice | September 4, 2017 at 11:48 am | Reply

    Right on. It’s to destroy the small business and individual entrepreneur. The big Corporations, the Corportocracy, will get subsidies, i.e. tax breaks for the tax.

  5. lightingstrikesthrice | September 4, 2017 at 11:54 am | Reply

    Now it makes since why the tech industry calls algorithyms and programs ‘bots’. Tax all small industries and individuals out of existence and centralize those such businesses and industries into the hands of a few. Like the corportocracy has always done.

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