IRS is Mostly Bluff!

Did you hear about the former IRS special criminal investigation agent who now says the IRS has no law to enforce the income tax? He even wrote a report on his findings from his independent investigation!

Did you read the article in the SF Reporter about the "tax rebel" group trial in San Francisco? The IRS spent 4 years, had 60 Special (that means gun toting) Agents on the case, stacked up dozens and dozens of felony charges against the so called ‘ringleaders’, and brought out a crack prosecutor team   the Big Guns from Washington DC. With all of that, and the typical stacked jury, they still got absolutely nothing! Not one conviction.....

Beyond the waste, the real importance of the story is that: The IRS brochure is right.  The income tax is voluntary. They just use fear threats extortion to cunningly coerce you to "volunteer". Bluff is their middle name. Now the verdict is in. Be a man   Get some backbone. Tell them to go take a hike.

As John Adams once said, "This is a revolution, dammit! We’ve got to offend somebody!"

Did you believe that there is a law which requires you to file income returns? After 20 years of looking, not one IRS agent or US Attorney can point to one section of the law that makes individuals required to file income tax returns. The system is VOLUNTARY! (See 26CFR 601.602)

Did you know the IRS uses intimidation as a tool to encourage voluntary compliance? Yes, it’s well known that the IRS plans it’s prosecutions to get the best media attention. Look at the celebrities being attacked.

NEWS sources say that over 30 million people are not filing returns? According to IRS spokesman and articles published in reputable magazines the number of non filers probably exceeds 30 million. This means that 1 in 4 Americans have stopped filing.

Did you know that there are possible conflicts with the income tax and your protected constitutional rights? You have constitutionally protected rights under the 4th amendment to privacy in your papers and under the 5th amendment you have the rights not to be a witness against yourself. How does this conflict with the enforcement of the income tax today? The original mandatory income tax was struck down as unconstitutional in 1897 in the Supreme Court case of Pollack v. Trust Co 157 US 459.

It can’t be voluntary you say. If you don’t volunteer you go to jail. Don’t you? The IRS always tries to intimidate and threaten you, and make you a "fraidy cat", but honestly now..... Nobody puts a gun to your head and forces you to fill out a 1040 Financial Confession Sheet. Nobody forces you to keep participating in such an unfair tax system. Nobody herds you into line to be sheared. You do it to yourself   every April Fool’s Day, April 15th, and the joke is on you.

"If you want a Different, a Fairer, a Less Expensive, a Less Dictatorial, a Less Diabolical, a Less Intrusive government, or even a Better tax system   If you want change for the better, then you must stop voluntarily paying into and supporting the one you have now."   John Galt

How can I help get rid of the IRS?

First: You must educate yourself.

Second: Help educate others. This can be done by sharing educational materials with others.

Third: Join and support the organizations that are on the front lines, challenging these government agencies and protecting their rights and yours. Financial support is crucial to winning this battle.

Learn your Rights; Keep your Rights; Be Prepared to Fight for Your Rights!

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News Flash

Uncertainties of the Income Tax
(Courts At War with Themselves)

by Larry Becraft, Attorney


For several years now, a variety of high public officials have openly declared that the federal income tax laws are incredibly complex and need to be either substantially revised or scrapped.   But after making such statements, these officials invariably fail to identify what  specific parts of  the tax laws suffer from this condition, choosing instead to conceal them. Are the objectionable parts of the federal tax code secretly and quietly discussed behind closed Congressional committee doors? If they are, why doesn't someone inform the American public of these deficiencies so that they may likewise participate in this debate? Is it possible that it is the major and not various minor features of the tax laws which are complex, even uncertain? Is it possible that these major features are so fundamentally flawed that they simply cannot be repaired? If so, what is the legal consequence of this complexity?

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