Re: [!! SPAM] [tips_and_tricks] Re: 7581. Applicability of revenue laws
- The Handyman wrote:Such may be true but it has always been my belief that the activity that is taxable is use of unbacked Federal Reserve Notes. That is the taxable privilege!I however, must respectfully disagree. It may be "presumed and/or conceived", that mere use of Federal Reserve Notes are/is the real "privilege" that gives rise to the so-called "liability" of the "income tax". However, it would be extremely counter productive for the IRS and/or DOJ to prosecute someone for the alleged failure to pay "their fair share" (and argue that the reason), "they should be found guilty" being due to the fact of some "implied acceptance" and/or use of Federal Reserve Notes. Because, this would open the "proverbial door", to challenge the true charactor and nature of the debt based Federal Reserve Notes, because one could positively argue that "use" of Federal Reserve Notes (are for the most part in our society) a "compelled" contractual arrangement. Can you see a law hardend patriot, who knows proper courtroom procedure and tactics, being given the opportunity to cross-examine evidence and witnesses, (who) would be so bold as to "let the cat out of the bag" that we have no lawful money, and we are now "forced" to accept and use a fiat paper currancy, as a result of collution, extortion, bribery and treason by and between our beloved Congress and International brotherhood of thieves and snakes (bankers)?? I personally don't believe the "mind manipulators" are ready for that, at least not until (we) are completely disarmed!----- Original Message -----From: The HandymanSent: Tuesday, December 11, 2007 6:59 AMSubject: [!! SPAM] [tips_and_tricks] Re: 7581. Applicability of revenue lawsDavid L. Miner said:"But if we use law to understand law, then income is profits derived from an activity or privilege that is subject to taxation."Such may be true but it has always been my belief that the activity that is taxable is use of unbacked Federal Reserve Notes. That is the taxable privilege! I have always suspected that having a bank account is prima facie evidence establishing that you have availed yourself to the privilege and benefit derived from the source. That source which is "subject to taxation" being use of Federal Reserve Notes. I've sat in on many tax cases since 1977 and in each case a bank officer, bank account or check was always introduced into evidence seemingly to disguise and establish an insufficient fact needed to convict but in reality was establishing use as the real reason to bind one to the tax. Of course I have no proof for such premise. Just an off the wall assertion from the left side of my feeble brain.