“Tax Resistance”: Lawyer Doron Levy’s Call to Oppose Controversial Policies – IssueWire

Lawyer Doron Levy, a tax expert in Israel, highlights in this article on IssueWire the role of tax resistance as a potent tool for civil disobedience against objectionable government actions and policies. He underscores that tax resistance goes beyond financial dissent, representing a moral stance against supporting regimes engaged in controversial acts. Drawing inspiration from historical figures like Thoreau, Levy argues that citizens must question their financial contribution to morally objectionable governments, particularly in societies transitioning towards authoritarianism. He emphasizes that tax resistance is a principled way to express moral objection and contribute to calls for change.