That is a syfy tax schemer. He doesn't use weapons, he uses pencil pushers, tax-loopholes, and off-shore accounts setup in countries that do no allow scrutiny. The Evadinator can get credits for approved deductable donations in one country and recover half of that deduction in another. The charity doesn't care. It doesn't pay taxes on any of it. Half a loaf, say $2 million, is better than no dough, right. Evadinator gets the credit, and the charity comes out way-ahead. It's a win-win situation.
This can be proven to be so lucrative for the Evadinator, that it would appeal to others simarly situated financially. It would require even more multiple offshore accounts, you know, to collect those returned deductions for redistribution to the benevolent rich-guy that contributed it in his own country. Like I said it is a win-win situation. It looks to good to be true, no one loses?
Well actually the everyday taxpayers get screwed. Those dummies pay a higher rate than the rich. those big defense costs spent protecting the oversea assets of the filthy rich, is noww picked up by those poor bastards that are lumped into groups like the one labeled as 47% in the United States!