Tax Resistance in Greece, Indonesia, and Spain

Some bits and pieces from faraway lands:

  • The Greek “Won’t Pay” movement continues to brag about its success in reconnecting the power, Archibald Tuttle-style, to people who have had it cut off for failure to pay the additional taxes added on to the rates.
  • A tax resistance movement has begun in Indonesia in protest of the government’s prioritizing of payments to bankers and other large bondholders. (more)
  • Josep Maria Yago, a war tax resister who had been an antimilitarist activist in Spain since the years of the Franco dictatorship, died this month.