Have you ever heard anyone say that you don’t have to pay personal income taxes in the U.S., or that you can “drive” without a license?
If so, were those ideas discounted with typical tactics employed by those who intend for you to not do your own investigation?
If not, it’s because these matters are actively discounted and suppressed by the mass media, and, ironically, by many influential members of the liberty movement.
At the start of the first segment of the August 18, 2010 episode of The Divided Kingdom, the co-host stated:
“There is one element of the patriot movement that we don’t care for. That element seems to want to get people into trouble, with the IRS, or, get them to, get bizarre, what can I say, cop-outs from the system, that maybe aren’t going to be looked at, well, in other words, instead of a driver’s license, some other kind of a pass, a passport — all kinds of different things.
And from that same area of the patriot movement, we always get a condemnation of the Social Security.“
By “that element,” does she mean the one that accurately states that:
- You don’t need a driver’s license to lawfully travel by car. (Note, I said “travel” and “car,” not “drive” and “vehicle”).
- Statute isn’t law, and you can go through a process in all common law jurisdictions to be exempt from all statutes.
- You aren’t a person — you have a person.
- In my estimation, makes a strong case that the personal income tax on U.S. citizens is unlawful.
- Social Security is unlawful, as a consequence of being unconstitutional.
For more details, go to thinkfree.ca and watch some great free videos that woke me up to some of these intentionally suppressed facts and their eye-opening consequences.