For: Hiwa Alaghebandian Re: The Onerous Compliance Cost of the Internal Revenue Code -- (but only for "U.S. Individuals" cf. title of Form 1040)
- Subject: For: Hiwa Alaghebandian Re:
The Onerous Compliance Cost of the Internal Revenue Code
-- (but only for "U.S. Individuals" cf. title of Form 1040)
There is a very simple solution, if think tanks like yours
would only face the facts:
THERE IS NO LIABILITY STATUTE
FOR TAXES IMPOSED BY SUBTITLE A OF THE IRC.
(no rebuttal(s) from any opposing party(s) !!)
http://www.supremelaw.org/cc/williamson2/appeal/nad06.htm (see Item (7) )
You can see a bona fide liability statute at IRC 3403
-- for "employment" taxes imposed by subtitle C:
(a few simple textual changes would produce a liability statute for subtitle A!!)
Would your think tank receive fewer grants if you revealed these simple truths?
p.s. If you are not a "U.S. Individual", then you shouldn't be signing Forms 1040
"under penalties of perjury" in the first place. Such perjury is a FELONY: 18 U.S.C. 1621
(cf. Meaning of “United States person”)
Meaning of “United States person”
The best place to begin an explanation of this term is to examine the title on IRS Form 1040: “U.S. Individual Income Tax Return”. Many people understand this title to refer to a return of taxes on an individual’s income. However, this understanding is not entirely correct and is mostly misleading. The title of Form 1040 actually refers to a return of taxes on the income of “U.S. Individuals”. So, what is a “U.S. Individual” in this context?
The answer to this question can be found at section 7701(a) of the Internal Revenue Code (“IRC”). At subsection 7701(a)(1), the general term “person” is expressly defined to mean and include an individual, a trust, estate, partnership, association, company or corporation. Thus, “person” refers to both living and artificial entities. An “individual” is the only living entity to which the term “person” refers; all other entities mentioned in that definition are artificial or fictitious entities, like corporations and trusts. Therefore, the term “U.S. Individual” on IRS Form 1040 refers only to the individual variant of “U.S. person” and not to any of its fictitious variants.
At IRC subsection 7701(a)(30), the term “United States person” is also expressly defined to mean both living and artificial entities. Here, the only living entities embraced by that definition are “citizens and residents of the United States”. If one has never been exposed to the terms “citizen of the United States” and “resident of the United States” then what follows may be the most difficult lesson to learn from this memorandum. Nevertheless, it is a lesson that is absolutely essential, if one is to appreciate the full extent of the frauds and deliberate deceptions that are incorporated into the IRC.
By reviewing all of the additional documents which are attached, you will hopefully come to learn that there are two (2) classes of citizens under American laws never repealed, not one (1) class.
These two classes are now uniquely identified as State Citizens and federal citizens. After much difficult research and litigation, my office has now proven conclusively that the term “citizen of the United States” is legally synonymous with federal citizen. The term “resident of the United States” is less difficult to understand, because it refers to the status of a RESIDENT ALIEN as that text appears on green cards, i.e. an individual human being who has been lawfully admitted for permanent residence in America, but is not a citizen of either class.
For reasons that will become more obvious to you as you study and master the enclosed documents, we have chosen to utilize the term “federal citizen” because it is not so easily confused with the primary class of Citizens of ONE OF the United States of America. Federal citizens are individuals who are subject to all the local statutes, rules and regulations which Congress has authorized when legislating in its capacity as the Legislature for places like D.C., Guam, Virgin Islands, American Samoa and Puerto Rico. These are places that are not States of the Union, because they have no Governors, no State courts, no State legislatures, no U.S. Representatives and no U.S. Senators. They are not stars on the American flag; they are in the blue field on the American flag.
Strictly speaking, federal citizenship is a federal municipal franchise that is domiciled in the District of Columbia and, as such, it subjects all federal citizens to the exclusive legislative jurisdiction of the Congress (where there are no State governments).
/s/ Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S.
Private Attorney General, 18 U.S.C. 1964
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