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    Today, 12:35 PM
    nm, that's heading down that strange road.
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    Today, 11:15 AM
    I could ask what you think is liberty loving about bondage, secret contracts and hidden agendas but this thread would take a really strange turn if we go down that road. Written by some dude.
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    Yesterday, 04:14 PM
    Says the guy copying and pasting other people's writings as if they are his own. Never mind that the text you posted comes from a tax lawyer's website. I'm shocked that someone that swore a BAR oath to uphold the bankruptcy proceedings of the "United States" (Inc.) on behalf of the Crown bankers writes articles calling tax protestors crazy and cultish. :rolleyes: Btw, your avatar of a Roman statue of an ancient god that is housed in London is quite telling....you wouldn't happen to be an occultist lawyer, would ya? Mithra https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mithra Gee, contracts and bondage. What a surprise!
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    Yesterday, 03:48 PM
    You posted it, not me. Next time post a link if you're posting someone else's writing.
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    Yesterday, 02:24 PM
    You forgot the link. http://www.thinkinghousewife.com/wp/2016/04/is-tax-protesting-a-cult/
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    Yesterday, 02:19 PM
    Hillary's speech was the same at each office. "Thank you for this check. Bye."
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    Yesterday, 01:50 PM
    My research indicates that it was prior to that, with the Organic Act of 1871 that created the corporate District of Columbia. Take a look at this timeline if you haven't before. The contents line up as well as any I've seen based on my own research. http://www.teamlaw.org/HistoryOutline.htm smh You can't truly be this obtuse. How many times do I have to type it? The CAPITAL LETTER NAME is the corporation. The bank account is in the CAPITAL LETTER NAME. Alimony is private banker credit (with user fee) deposited to a bank account of the CAPITAL LETTER NAME corporation. Most humans unknowingly take responsibility for the CAPITAL LETTER NAME (using the benefits but also taking on the liabilities) and take responsibility for the taxes assessed to the CAPITAL LETTER NAME. You (the living human) doesn't receive alimony. The CAPITAL LETTER NAME corporation does. I realize this is a difficult abstract concept to grasp for someone that isn't familiar but damn....
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    Yesterday, 03:20 AM
    Constitutional arguments are a losing proposition in court because the Constitution is no longer the law of the land and therefore not "law" in courts. Courts are commercial courts under UCC, not common law. Like I said, it's all commerce now. The Constitution is only a guideline but is not binding. How many know that the original Constitution wasn't only replaced with a new Constitution but an entire amendment was removed before it was replaced? The history of this land mass known as America (but is really United States Inc.) isn't what most people believe it is, because they are taught LIES from day one.
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    05-22-2016, 09:32 PM
    There is the "corporation" right there in the definition and I already explained how most humans are not "individuals", per that definition under the IRC, but are rather representatives of corporations (the all capital letter name) by unknowing consent. Sure, a "person" can be an individual under that definition but under the IRC most "persons" are not individuals. The human is a representative of the corporate entity that the tax is being assessed to. The tax is not being assessed to the human, it is being assessed to the corporation. That definition can call a "person" a monkey with a hat on but if there are no monkeys with hats on then what difference does it make? Btw, you're taking angelatc's route of picking out minutae to argue over and acting like it negates the entire post. That's a sign of intellectual dishonesty and a losing argument. That is a fair enough assessment, however where most screw up is that showing up in court in the first place generally means admitting to being the representative of the corporate entity that I described in my last couple posts. Judge: "Are you erowe1?" erowe1: "Yes and here's my argument....."
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    05-22-2016, 03:52 PM
    Bingo. Legally, a way to avoid the private credit of the bankers and therefore the user fee attached must be included in statute. Otherwise it is an unconscionable contract which can not be enforced since there is no other choice. Everything is based in commercial contract law now. No one can force you to enter a contract and using the banker's private credit is agreeing to a contract even if you don't realize it. Ignorance of the law is no excuse. I don't personally have a problem with private credit and user fees but I do wish people were able to make an informed choice in the matter instead of being brainwashed into it and then being hamstrung when they run afoul of something they didn't even realize they were agreeing to. Lawful money is legal tender but legal tender isn't necessarily lawful money. Private banker credit is legal tender but is not lawful money unless it is specifically notated as lawful money per 12USC411. A FRN is lawful money IF handled in accordance with 411. If not in accordance then it is only legal tender, with user fee attached. Now we're getting to the meat. This should be fun. A 'person' means a corporate entity, not a flesh and blood human. The key is to realize that the english that the average person speaks is not the english that a lawyer (someone that drafts legislation, for example) speaks. What Joe Blow interprets as a person is not what a lawyer interprets as a person. This is why Romney said "corporations are people". Under legal terminology, he is correct. The corporate entity 'person' the IRC refers to is the all capital letter "person" that everyone sees on their tax bills, their drivers license, their credit cards, etc. That all capital letter "person" is not the living human that carries those items around. The living human is (usually unknowingly) the representative of the all capital letter corporate entity that is created when the human's certificate of live birth is turned over to the state. The state sends it on to the Feds, who turn it into a financial instrument and then turn it over as collateral to the bankers. Since practically everyone is securitized in this way as collateral against the debt, it means that practically everyone is actually a federal employee, since they are working to repay debt that the government accrues. Now 6331 should make more sense.... I'm sure you'll say that's all crackpot theory or whatever but it is historically factual and goes on every day.
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    05-22-2016, 10:31 AM
    Oh, so because there are political prisoners then being in the right is pointless and the knowledge should be forgotten and ignored? I'm glad the Dali Lama, Nelson Mandela, Ron Paul and others didn't take that approach. The world will turn into a very ugly place (see my post by William Cooper about the NWO) if everyone thinks like that. There's something to be said for not making oneself a martyr and we all put up with the bullshit to various extents but attacking the messengers seems like really bad form and only further supports the tyranny. The thieving bankers appreciate angelatc, erowe and others defeatist posts, I assure you. A blast from the past for old RPFers:
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    05-21-2016, 10:44 PM
    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/26/6331 Could it be that most people are employees of the United States (Inc.) but don't know it? Hmm...
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    05-21-2016, 07:03 PM
    The arguments aren't needed in court since there IS NO THREAT OF COURT IF YOU OPERATE LAWFULLY as a "nontaxpayer". There is no judge or jury if you have operated within the law. The law isn't "pay your taxes". What part do you not grasp?? You're talking about court and prison, which is a possibility for someone that acts illegally. It is not a possibility if someone is not a taxpayer, by definition. Here, educate yourself: https://www.1215.org/lawnotes/misc/ctcforfree.pdf Cracking the Code If you post again and haven't read that then I'll know you have no interest in productive discussion, only disruption for some reason.
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    05-21-2016, 06:23 PM
    Apparently I am talking to a brick wall and you have some fixation with prison. I've said enough on this thread. Can lead a horse to water blah blah. Anybody that wants to know more is free to PM me. It's hard to free people from the chains they revere. When Zippy, erowe and angelatc are all defenders of the Communist Manifesto on Liberty Forest, we've officially entered bizarro world.
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    05-21-2016, 06:13 PM
    If one is a "taxpayer" and doesn't pay, then no (though Reid himself said prison sentences almost never happen regardless). That's the whole point. Read the Federal Reserve Act 12 USC 411. Lawful money is not taxable as it is not the private credit of the bankers. It is the legal tender of the bankers that is taxable, since the income tax is the user fee (interest) for using their legal tender debt notes. If none of that means anything to you then unfortunately you are way out of your element in this thread and probably should just keep on doing what you're doing and never think about income taxes again.
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    05-21-2016, 12:48 PM
    No they are not voluntary if one falls under the definition of a "taxpayer", which is a voluntary class, therefore making taxation voluntary as Reid stated. You seem to have trouble grasping that part. If you'd like to discuss what makes one fall under that definition (or not), we can.
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    05-20-2016, 08:08 PM
    I could ask the same. Or I could just post this: and this: Where does the second pic originate from, Zippy?
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    05-20-2016, 07:52 PM
    The closeness of the results screamed fraud but there's some confirmation emerging now. http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2016/05/hillary-clinton-campaign-accused-cheating-kentucky-primary-4000-votes-discounted-give-hillary-win/ Her team is getting desperate. No one wants Hillary except the establishment whores that have hitched their wagon to her and maybe some angry lesbians. At least previous elections had the appearance of somewhat being a choice of the people. No one wants Hillary.
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    05-20-2016, 07:46 PM
    Oh that old canard. Trolls gonna troll. All I am posting is based in documented history. Best you have is ad hominems and pointing to statutes that only apply to certain definitions of people. Answer me this: Why did Harry Reid say that income tax is voluntary? Perhaps you should argue with Senator Reid instead of Weston and me. ------------------------ Also, speaking of "libertarians". Are you and Sonny sure you're on the correct forum?
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    05-20-2016, 01:49 PM
    I love it when Zippy only issues blanket denials, even when the denials are demonstrably false.
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    05-20-2016, 01:34 PM
    Quite obviously I was referring to the modern iteration of federal income tax, which is a user fee/tribute to the bankers for the use of their private credit currency. I guess it wasn't so obvious after all. As a side note, can't say I ever thought I'd read such fierce defenses of banker instituted income taxes, collected by a private collection company called the IRS, on a forum called Liberty Forest. Not much surprises me anymore though.
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    05-19-2016, 04:27 PM
    Guess you didn't look at anything Danke posted if you're still asking that.
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    05-19-2016, 04:23 PM
    Good question. Looks like a mix of currencies and commodities, which will eventually be ditched in favor of the pre-made SDR. "Hey, why bother with all of these domestic currencies and commodity trades when we already have this here SDR that accomplishes it already?" Of course it is planned that way. Create the problem, offer the solution. Saudis and Chinese dumping US debt recently is a big clue that the #1 status (which could only mean 50.01%...hardly making the dollar THE reserve currency, rather making it just barely the most widely used) is on the way out.
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    05-19-2016, 03:03 PM
    I don't know the history of that particular case or that individual but it's just one more example of highlighting a negative outcome while positive outcomes are suppressed. It's shocking that a jury of "taxpayers" convicted someone that apparently didn't want to wear his chains as tightly as they did :rolleyes: Taxation is based on an individual consenting to the IRS regulations through their use of a Social Security number and the legal fiction all capital letter name that everyone sees on their drivers license (also a voluntary contract), among other examples, but doesn't realize that it doesn't identify them. It identifies a legal entity created from the birth record issued by the hospital. By identifying yourself as the number and the name, you claim yourself as representative (trustee status) of the legal entity and therefore are liable individually for any taxation assessed to the legal entity. It's all voluntary contracts that people unknowingly agree to because that's "how it's done". They never stop and ask "why?" The solution to that problem is rather self-evident. Rescind the instruments and cancel the contracts that bind the individual to the regulations. There is no jurisdiction after that. eta: Danke's video above is also an important part of the whole picture, regarding using the private credit aka FRN.
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    05-18-2016, 01:16 PM
    For every doom story of a tax resistor ending up in prison, I've read way more accounts of people getting the IRS off their backs simply by using informed arguments and taking the correct legal steps. All the fear is intentionally overblown and agents of the system go out of their way to publicize the negative outcomes (like Wesley Snipes) while completely ignoring the successes.
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    05-18-2016, 01:10 PM
    Is it still the reserve currency? Perhaps it is still a reserve currency but since many countries are now bypassing the dollar for trade, it's pretty hard to call the dollar the reserve currency and keep a straight face. Even the barter currencies are fuckin' poison. Lots of MSG GMO neurotoxin in ramen powder...
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    05-18-2016, 01:00 PM
    So, in other words, give in to the fear of force and stop talking about it entirely? You don't think we got into this situation in the first place by the use of fear? dun dun dun
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    05-18-2016, 02:57 AM
    Oh no, douchebag Ridge won't vote for Trump? Whatever will a libertarian do???
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