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Tax Rebellion

Since we have yet to resort to bloodshed, powder and artillery to regain our liberties, I strongly urge EVERYONE, to resist paying their taxes for as long as possible without being incarcerated. This is what I will do for now, again only for as long as possible without the IRS knocking down my door and hauling me away. I realize this would really only be a bluff, since when it came to cases, I'd pay them off to leave me alone, but I do believe it would send a shock wave of panic through the hallowed halls of ole DC!

Again I reiterate, it will do our cause of liberty no good at all if our patriots are locked away in a prison for tax evasion, I only suggest pushing them as far as you possibly can. Set aside the amount you owe and maybe a little more for fines, interest, penalties, etc.. Then, change your tax status with your employer to withhold the minimum amount.......and then.....load the cannons and give 'em a broadside!

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that is your site

Pete Hendrickson did the work in his book called Cracking the Code.

The site is messy, but it has amazing information about people who are defeating the IRS at their own game.

The laws do some funny things if you read them. It is an excellent read.
Get the book.

NEVER go to jail.

tax revolt now

this is the only way.

I suggest you PAY the taxes

I suggest you PAY the taxes you actually legally owe, but also take the time to DETERMINE if you actually owe certain taxes.

Since I started working I believed I actually owed a federal 'income' tax and the NY income tax (which piggybacks off of the federal liability). But after READING our legal and constiutional federal income tax laws I discovered I don't actually owe a federal income tax.

I've not paid the tax (because I don't legally owe the tax) since 2003.

Chances are good- YOU don't owe the tax either. Most people that faithfully pay that tax- do so out of ignorance or because their CPA or H&R Block specialist (all of whom benefit from your ignorance) tell you what to pay....


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don't fill out government forms that make you lie about yourself. I've been learning as much as I can about these laws. they appear to be very general if you look closely. the questions I have:

1. Can labor actually be considered a loss? If I lost time, gave up energy and traded that energy for federal reserve notes (IOUs) am I really gaining anything? Is there any income in that regard? I can't get that time and labor back. I lost it and gave it to someone else.

This seems the same if I traded cars with someone. There was no gain there.

2. The IRS always refers to these "taxpayer" people. But from what I have read, I am not a taxpayer, at least to the code:


3. If you don't fill out a form that says "I am a Taxpayer and a US Citizen" and don't lie about myself, then what they have against me to use? What legal contract do they have to collect anything? Have you ever called the IRS? they say they can only help taxpayers. If everyone was a taxpayer, then they should be able to help everyone, nope, if you aren't in the club, they can't help you. Membership has benefits, so does non-membership.

A great empire, like a great cake, is most easily diminished at the edges. - Ben Franklin

find out if you meet the definition of tax-payer....

all people are not tax-payers yet all tax-payers are people


if you don't work for the government (primarly the federal government) you are not an employee as defined in the law and code. order this book and be free

!!!Truth is treason in the EMPIRE OF LIES!!!

" Single acts of tyranny may be ascribed to the accidental opinion of they day; but a series of oppresssions...pursued unalterably, through every change of ministers, too plainly proove delibrate, systematical plan of reducing us to slavery..."