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IRS officials in the United States have claimed that paying your personal income taxes is voluntary, as seen in Aaron Russo’s documentary, America: Freedom to Fascism.

While Canada’s tax collection agency, the Canada Revenue Agency, is considered to be more reasonable than the IRS, as evidenced, for example, by the ability to anonymously settle taxes in arrears, there is this August 20, 2012 Canadian Press article, Canada looking to collect on millions in unpaid fines, which states:

The federal government currently has several options to collect outstanding fines. They include negotiating a payment schedule with the debtor, seizing assets or garnishing wages, setting off the debt against any income tax refunds and sales tax credits, suspending or denying federal licences and permits, or — as a last resort — sending a debtor to jail.

Around 150 people were jailed between April 2010 and March 2011 for refusing to pay their fines, the annual report notes.

Therefore, I don’t feel bad for my strong words when a canvasser for Plan Canada was no longer interested in making her pitch to me after I had pointed out why I won’t knowingly donate money to any organization that directly participates in the AIDS scam, because of thugs like Robert Gallo and Anthony Fauci sitting on their taxpayer-funded perches and having their agents forcibly extract money for their scam ultimately at the literal barrel of a gun if you refuse to pay any part of the $300 billion in federal AIDS funding to date.

There is, however, a distinction between voluntary and involuntary taxes, and their propriety, as I pointed out in my article, The “taxation is theft” blowhards.

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From the Canada Revenue Agency’s website:

“The penalty is 5% of your 2008 balance owing, plus 1% of your balance owing for each full month that your return is late, to a maximum of 12 months. If we charged a late-filing penalty on your return for 2005, 2006, or 2007 your late-filing penalty for 2008 will be 10% of your 2008 balance owing, plus 2% of your 2008 balance owing for each full month that your return is late, to a maximum of 20 months.”

Translation: If 2008 is the first time you’ve filed late in the past 3 years, then the late filing penalty will be 5 to 17%, otherwise it’ll be a hefty 10 to 50%.

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