Each day, the State takes decisions that are binding to all citizens. The decision, which may be contradicted a few weeks or months later, or add to legislation already difficult to understand. The interventionism of the State penalizes citizens, who lack a vision on the medium and long term.
By wanting to control everything and organize, the State intervenes in all the domains, even going so far as to guide us in our choices on a daily basis. The State only has he not contributed to assist in the development of the diesel car, by encouraging motorists, since tens of years, to buy a vehicle presented as the “cleanest” and most economical ? And today, many citizens feel deceived before the reversal of the situation, imposed by this obsession of the ecological transition.
In some situations, the change of opinion of the State may be even more abrupt and more abrupt. At the beginning of the outbreak of coronavirus, the French State has explained to citizens that the wearing of the mask was not useful, even as a few weeks later, he became a key element to be able to consider the déconfinement.
Sometimes, the contradictions of state hit the wallet of the citizens. Thus, when the government encourages the citizens to invest in rental property, it seeks to promote an ambitious policy of housing by providing matching tax for investors, such as the one offered by the law Pinel in particular. On the other hand, and at the same time, the State also seeks to meet the expectations of tenants in search of housing, and decisions relating to the supervision of the rents scare then the investors, who fear they may lose on one side (rental boxes), what they have won from the other (income due to the tax exemption).
The citizens, like businesses , or local government, find themselves so lost in the face of a State’s centralising and interventionist. The truths of today, translated in standards and regulations, of any kind, will not be those of tomorrow. And the citizen will need to adapt to these changes, and this ” whatever it costs “…