Capital is not profit you dimwit, in the long term it is integrated retained profit. Capital is needed to make profits. People with capital have choices. Unless you can make a living banging two rocks together you depend on somebodies capital.
It's easy for leftists to expropriate. Taxing overseas profits under the rule of law is very difficult, attempts have unintended consequences. None are as bad as the unintended consequences of expropriation.
Actually the two rocks would also be capital but whatever.
If a company chooses not to re-invest their gains, then it is profit and not capital. With the huge amounts of profits going offshore, that is less potential capital in the economy of the country that the profits are being funneled out of.
Again you're missing the point (which is not very surprising really). The profits in question are not 'overseas' profits. They are profits on sales in (relatively) high tax countries that have been double dutched out to low tax countries. The companies doing the double dutch dance use public infrastructure in many ways (from having an educated workforce paid for by tax dollars to using public roads to doing business safely thanks to publicly funded policy and military, etc. etc. the list goes on and on) and yet do not pay back into the system that they benefit from, leaving the burden more and more on the middle class.
Funneling wealth out of a society using tax loopholes is just another form of expropriation - by corporations and the super wealthy instead of by a public agency - and instead of you and your family getting at least some value out of it...you get fuck all.
You consider taxes to be expropriation and yet how else do you reasonably expect a country to fund things like the military, the government, public education, healthcare and welfare at least for those who are unable to work? Or are you one of these fucknuts who thinks that with no taxes things would be just fine and everything would be privately funded?