Plans have been revealed to introduce a global taxation system to ensure that taxpayers around the world are funding the green agenda to “fight climate change.”
The system was announced by French President Emmanuel Macron who argued that globalized taxes are critical for “climate action.”
Macron revealed the plans while speaking at the Summit for a New Global Financing Pact in Paris on Friday.
He insists that actions from individual governments would be insufficient to deal with the alleged armageddon that the so-called “global warming crisis” is about to unleash upon the world.
Macron, one of the World Economic Forum’s (WEF) Young Global Leaders, declared that a new international taxation framework must be established to subsidize the green agenda.
While revealing plans, Macron proclaimed that France would join the global taxation system.
“I’m in favor of an international taxation to finance efforts that we have to make to fight poverty and in terms of climate [action],” Macron declared in comments reported by Politico.
“It doesn’t work when you do it alone, the [financial] flows go elsewhere,” Macron added.
The French leader made the calls while shutting down efforts for France to implement a new wealth tax to fund the green agenda.
“France already has in place two types of taxes that have been suggested: one on plane tickets, another on financial transactions,” he said.
Macron added that he is in discussions with other world leaders who he expects will “follow us and mobilize” around these plans.
“There has been a great deal of discussion on the idea of international taxation, over and above what countries and institutions are doing,” he continued.
“Whether it’s on financial transactions, maritime transport, or certain other models, it will only work if it’s truly international, and so it presupposes an agreement, as we’ve been able to do on international taxation.”
Macron suggested that the Paris-based Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) could be tapped for a negotiation process.
He explained that he hopes the OECD will help to create a global climate tax system for multinational corporations.
The French president, who is just one year into his second term, has faced months of turmoil in his own country.
The people of France have been desperately pushing back against Macron’s ushering in of the WEF’s radical green agenda.
Like much of Europe, France has been battling a growing cost of living crisis.
The crisis has emerged as a result of tyrannical lockdowns and the failure of green energy to supply enough power to make up for lost Russian energy following the war in Ukraine.
The protests in France, which often devolved into riots and acts of vandalism, were often attributed solely to Macron’s controversial pension reforms.
The move raised the retirement age from 62 to 64 years old.
However, this was just the final straw for the working classes in their view of the former Rothschild banker’s government.
Last year, the globalist leader proclaimed that the people of France are “living through the end of abundance.”
The made the comments while refusing to acknowledge his own government’s role in the perpetuating policies.
Macron’s push toward the WEF’s green agenda, in particular, has resulted in economic devastation.