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“One can already visualize that the day is (fast) approaching when these tax haven

country islands are surrounded by more superior military forces of mighty

organizations, perhaps the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, or perhaps the

military arm of the OECD at that time and eventually have to give up.

The final act might be at some place in Nassau or Georgetown where the last

resisting heroes, perhaps a handful of courageous bank directors, trust officials,

solicitors and tax advisers, stand behind a huge pyre in which they are destroying,

as they feel obliged to do, their clients’ secrets bank accounts, trust documents,

and other confidential material, then descend into the flames and slowly

disappear. At that point a tremendously loud scream is heard. It is the word

F–R–E–E–D–O–M

It is so loud that it can be heard in Miami, Washington, and even at the OECD

headquarters in Paris, but, like in the case of Braveheart, the Scottish freedom fighting

hero of the sixteenth century, it is of no avail. It would then be all over. On the next day,

a new dawn would arise over the world. While former tax haven countries and a few

other remaining countries with “harmful preferential tax regimes” would be rather

desolate and ruined (some of the population of the former Caribbean tax havens

immigrating to the United States adding to the illegal immigration problem there), the

rest of the world would be happy, stable and prosperous …(and)…would live in harmony

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