How We Became Slaves to Oil
... completely corroborates the following:http://www.supremelaw.org/press/rels/killirc.htm
Since 1990, Mitchell has been working overtime to expose the
Internal Revenue Code as the greatest fiscal fraud that has ever
been perpetrated upon any people at any time in the history of
the world. His latest research, fully supported by other
investigators around the nation, proves that the Internal
Revenue Service is an extortion racket domiciled in Puerto Rico
under defunct Prohibition laws.
Mitchell argues that the genealogy of the current IRS must
be traced back to the Volstead Act, which outlawed alcohol and
authorized U.S. federal police to enter the several states.
Prohibition permitted the petroleum cartel to obtain an unfair
monopoly over automotive fuels, even as experts like Henry Ford
were advocating alcohol-based internal combustion engines. Once
the monopoly was in place, Prohibition was lifted, leaving
alcohol high and dry as the preferred fuel for autos, and a
swarm of federal police inside the 50 states of the Union to
extort money from the American people.
Mitchell claims to have proof that the current Internal
Revenue Service is actually an alias for Trust #62, domiciled in
Puerto Rico under color of the Federal Alcohol Act, which was
struck down by the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of U.S. v.
Constantine in 1935. Last year, an undisputed essay entitled
"The Cooper File" was added to the Supreme Law Library, an
Internet-based archive of Mitchell's litigation efforts and
related documents. See URL:
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell <supremelawfirm@...>
Date: Tue, Jul 6, 2010 at 11:37 AM
Subject: History of Alcohol as Fuel in America: "The Great Amnesia-How We Became Slaves to Oil "
To: SupremeLaw <supremelaw@...
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How We Became Slaves to Oil
best explanation now favors its links to Prohibition, the ill-fated
in outlawing alcohol.
The Women’s Temperance Movement, we believe, was secretly underwritten by
petroleum cartel, to perfect a monopoly over automotive fuels. Once that monopoly was in place, Prohibition
was repealed, leaving alcohol high and dry as the preferred fuel for
trucks, and leaving a federal police force inside the several States, to
money from the American People.
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
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