Dutch trade union wants tax on the internet for musicians

One of the biggest trade unions in the Netherlands, the FNV, wants to deal with the government about a "licence to download". This means, people who use the internet have to pay a contribution for the income that 'poor' musicians will miss out because of piracy. My answer is: expand this to other professions too like software developers, photographers and television makers. I'm quite disgusted because the idea comes from a trade union. These people should make promotion for free music instead of defending capitalist popicons. I say capitalist popicons, because it is clear where these taxes will go to. This is called the Matthew effect.
Read the speech from the FNV speaker.