My Response to "Daily Acts of Revolution" for those who are serious.Submitted by JohnGalt on Wed, 01/22/2014 - 03:55
For those who wish to engage in Real Civil Disobedience I would like to suggest that you read Title 26 of the United States Code, otherwise known as the Internal Revenue Code. The Truth will set you Free. Here’s just a HINT: 26 U.S. Code § 3401 – Definitions, (c) “Employee
For purposes of this chapter, the term “employee” includes an officer, employee, or elected official of the United States, a State, or any political subdivision thereof, or the District of Columbia, or any agency or instrumentality of any one or more of the foregoing. The term “employee” also includes an officer of a corporation.” The “Law” means NOTHING, UNTIL you read the “Definitions” of the words as used in the “Law”. What people don’t understand about the “Law” is that they take common words you use every day and BELIEVE they will mean the same thing in the “Law” and then they redefine them to mean something else ENTIRELY! But, when you read the “Law”, without access to the DEFINITIONS, you think it means what it means when you use it. WRONG. Where does a waitress fit in the above definition of “Employee”? How about someone who works at an auto parts store or at a grocery store or in ANY private sector business? Section 3401 is the “Definitions” section that governs CHAPTER 24. – “Collection of Income Taxes at source, Subchapter A. – Withholding from wages.” What it basically says, in plane English is: If you do not work for the government, or any of it’s political subdivisions, Federal State, County or Local and/or you are not an Officer of a corporation… well, gee, you are not an “Employee” for the purposes of “Withholding”. Bet you didn’t know that. But, never fear, EVEN if you ARE an “Employee” there is STILL hope.
For those of you who are, according to the above definition, an Employee, we refer to “Section 3402(p)(3) Voluntary withholding agreements”: “The Secretary is authorized by regulations to provide for withholding —
(A) from remuneration for services performed by an employee for the employee’s employer which (without regard to this paragraph) does not constitute wages, and
(B) from any other type of payment with respect to which the Secretary finds that withholding would be appropriate under the provisions of this chapter,
if the employer and employee, or the person making and the person receiving such other type of payment, agree to such withholding. Such agreement shall be in such form and manner as the Secretary may by regulations prescribe. For purposes of this chapter (and so much of subtitle F as relates to this chapter), remuneration or other payments with respect to which such agreement is made shall be treated as if they were wages paid by an employer to an employee to the extent that such remuneration is paid or other payments are made during the period for which the agreement is in effect.”
If you need further confirmation of that you need only go the CFR (Code of Federal Regulations) (Regulations = the rules made by the administrating agency to actually implement the “Law” on a day by day basis). The applicable regulation that applies to Section 3402(p)(3) of Title 26 is C.F.R. 3402(p)-1. Read it and weep for the deception, pay Special Attention to words like “may” “desire” or “desires” or “requests” and such qualifiers… and realize that this is just the Tip of the Iceberg: “26 CFR 31.3402(p)-1 – Voluntary withholding agreements. (a) In general. An employee and his employer may enter into an agreement under section 3402(b) to provide for the withholding of income tax upon payments of amounts described in paragraph (b)(1) of § 31.3401(a)-3, made after December 31, 1970. An agreement may be entered into under this section only with respect to amounts which are includible in the gross income of the employee under section 61, and must be applicable to all such amounts paid by the employer to the employee. The amount to be withheld pursuant to an agreement under section 3402(p) shall be determined under the rules contained in section 3402 and the regulations thereunder. See § 31.3405(c)-1, Q&A-3 concerning agreements to have more than 20-percent Federal income tax withheld from eligible rollover distributions within the meaning of section 402.
(b) Form and duration of agreement.
(1)(i) Except as provided in subdivision (ii) of this subparagraph, an employee who desires to enter into an agreement under section 3402(p) shall furnish his employer with Form W-4 (withholding exemption certificate) executed in accordance with the provisions of section 3402(f) and the regulations thereunder. The furnishing of such Form W-4 shall constitute a request for withholding.
(ii) In the case of an employee who desires to enter into an agreement under section 3402(p) with his employer, if the employee performs services (in addition to those to be the subject of the agreement) the remuneration for which is subject to mandatory income tax withholding by such employer, or if the employee wishes to specify that the agreement terminate on a specific date, the employee shall furnish the employer with a request for withholding which shall be signed by the employee, and shall contain—
(a) The name, address, and social security number of the employee making the request,
(b) The name and address of the employer,
(c) A statement that the employee desires withholding of Federal income tax, and applicable, of qualified State individual income tax (see paragraph (d)(3)(i) of § 301.6361-1 of this chapter (Regulations on Procedures and Administration)), and
(d) If the employee desires that the agreement terminate on a specific date, the date of termination of the agreement.
If accepted by the employer as provided in subdivision (iii) of this subparagraph, the request shall be attached to, and constitute part of, the employee’s Form W-4. An employee who furnishes his employer a request for withholding under this subdivision shall also furnish such employer with Form W-4 if such employee does not already have a Form W-4 in effect with such employer.
(iii) No request for withholding under section 3402(p) shall be effective as an agreement between an employer and an employee until the employer accepts the request by commencing to withhold from the amounts with respect to which the request was made.
(2) An agreement under section 3402 (p) shall be effective for such period as the employer and employee mutually agree upon. However, either the employer or the employee may terminate the agreement prior to the end of such period by furnishing a signed written notice to the other. Unless the employer and employee agree to an earlier termination date, the notice shall be effective with respect to the first payment of an amount in respect of which the agreement is in effect which is made on or after the first “status determination date” (January 1, May 1, July 1, and October 1 of each year) that occurs at least 30 days after the date on which the notice is furnished. If the employee executes a new Form W-4, the request upon which an agreement under section 3402 (p) is based shall be attached to, and constitute a part of, such new Form W-4.” Don’t just believe me, do your OWN “due diligence” and prove it to yourself. EDUCATE YOURSELVES PEOPLE! You are FREE. You only need to understand just How True that is for yourselves. You need to Understand just what Freedom Really means. I could post quote after quote from the Internal Revenue Code to you but until you do your OWN research it’s all just legal “hearsay” and inadmissible. I have done my “due diligence”, now it’s your turn. I’m just pointing the way. Practice TRUE CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE. Your opportunity is coming up this April 15th.
Here is one more “last gift” to you.
U.S. Code › Title 26 › Subtitle F › Chapter 64 › Subchapter D › Part II › § 6331, – Levy and distraint: “(a) Authority of Secretary
If any person liable to pay any tax neglects or refuses to pay the same within 10 days after notice and demand, it shall be lawful for the Secretary to collect such tax (and such further sum as shall be sufficient to cover the expenses of the levy) by levy upon all property and rights to property (except such property as is exempt under section 6334) belonging to such person or on which there is a lien provided in this chapter for the payment of such tax. Levy maybe made upon the accrued salary or wages of any officer, employee, or elected official, of the United States, the District of Columbia, or any agency or instrumentality of the United States or the District of Columbia, by serving a notice of levy on the employer (as defined in section 3401(d)) of such officer, employee, or elected official. If the Secretary makes a finding that the collection of such tax is in jeopardy, notice and demand for immediate payment of such tax may be made by the Secretary and, upon failure or refusal to pay such tax, collection thereof by levy shall be lawful without regard to the 10-day period provided in this section.” If you are NOT a person in any of the above specified categories, how legal do you suppose it is for them to take your stuff? It really doesn’t say the “Secretary” has any authority to take anybody else’s stuff, does it? You are encouraged to do your own due diligence on all of this. The code citations may be copied and pasted into google or startpage.