RE: [tips_and_tricks] Perjury Under Federal Law
- BOB GREGORY wrote:
>So when they do their thing, have fun doing yours. Know that it doesn't
> To all of that I say, so what? You can tell them that stuff all day
> long and they will still do the same thing as if you had said nothing.
> They do not know anything about the Northwest Ordinance. Most of them
> don't even have a clue about the United States Code, the Code of
> Federal Regulations, the Federal Register Act or the Administrative
> Procedure Act. They go to training sessions based on selected
> information and IRS policy and are then told to go out and COLLECT.
> That is the name of their game and the usual extent of their
> knowledge. They do noe even care about Supreme Court rulings,
> although their own Internal Revenue Manual says sthat SC rulings are
> the law of the land.
matter in the end. There is a way to make them want to leave you alone.
It'll be your way, because it will fit your life. My way fits my life
but won't fit the lives of those around me. Usually, in Initial Moments
Of Confrontation (IMOC) I like to get things over with as fast as
possible, because most are with local cops and sheriffs. But with IRS,
I like to really take their time. And that is easy to do. When I let
them see how uneconomical I am as a quarry, I am left alone. I've taken
the battle to them more than they've come to me. Every time, they tried
to get rid of me fast. Every time, they were left having no good
response, and it was clear that the buck would be passed. So, enjoy
their failure to comprehend English and take meaning from it. Point out
their age and how they are part of the grand experiment to dumb everyone
down for easy manipulation. The fact that they are there and you are
not speaks volumes. BTW, the other day I met a woman older than me by
just a few years who had no knowledge of the existence of the Soviet
Union during her lifetime. And a recent poll of scientists had a
majority believing that humans have no consciousness and so medical
experimentation was not unethical.
> The next time a robber comes up to you on the street with a gun andI've been the target of two attempted robberies on the street where I
> demands your money, tell him that what he is doing is against the law
> and see if he says, "Okay" and leaves. It works the same way with the
left unrobbed and uninjured. One time I pretended not to understand,
and the other time I acted CRAZY. That might work the same with IRS, I
don't know, but I always adapt to the specific conditions of the
situation, which are too varied to talk about.
Our future will be like no past ever considered. So you can make your