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JUST A REMINDER - The IRS Has No Legal Authority! The IRS has Guns!

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Does the Internal Revenue Code specifically tell you how to terminate or revoke your “election” to pay federal income tax?

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
Section 6013(g)(4) TERMINATION OF ELECTION — An election under this
subsection shall terminate at the earliest of the following times: (A) REVOCATION BY
TAXPAYERS. — If either taxpayer revokes the election, as of the first taxable year for
which the last day prescribed by law for filing the return of tax under chapter 1 has not yet
occurred.”
Originally, my answer to question 4 implied a “Yes” however I was mistaken. The above is really an “election” to be treated in a different way by the IRS. So the correct answer to question 4 is “NO!” The IRC does not tell you how…


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Why, in its literature, does the IRS consistently say that the federal income tax is based on “self-assessment and voluntary compliance?”

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
IRS literature often uses the terms “selfassessment” and “voluntary compliance.” The reason for this is that senior IRS personnel know that the law does not require most Americans to file income tax returns. The income tax does not apply to most Americans unless they voluntarily (and knowingly!) enter into a contract with the IRS.
You  unknowingly enter into a contract with the IRS by filling out, signing, and filing an income tax return. Once you have entered into such a contract it is not easy to get out of it.
You can put the burden on the IRS to “PROVE THEIR CLAIM”.
Like all government agencies, the IRS has a mission. Its mission as published in the Federal Register of March 25, 1974, includes: “The mission of the Service is to encourage and achieve the highest degree of voluntary compliance…”
Don’t IRS Commissioners agree with the voluntary nature of federal income tax?


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What is the significance of the 1991 Supreme Court case, Cheek vs. U.S.?

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
— Cheek v. U.S. (No. 89-658; 1991 U.S. Lexis 348; 1991 WL 422 [U.S.])
This Supreme Court case represents a major turning point for those seeking to defend their rights against the IRS. Prior to this case, many courts applied the so-called “Cooley rule” which was effectively used to prevent people from entering evidence for their own defense in tax cases. Typically, prosecutors would file preliminary (“in limine”) motions prohibiting defendants from entering evidence to defend themselves.
Thus most tax prosecutions occurred in farcical kangaroo courts where the defendants were not allowed to defend themselves!
The Cheek decision changed that. Among other things it found that:
(a) Defendants may enter evidence in their defense.
(b) Defendants can provide a “good faith”defense: if they sincerely believed (no matter
how irrational the belief) that they didn’t have to file and pay income tax, then they can’t be guilty of a crime.

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What is the significance of the 1991 Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals case, Ramon/Dolores Portillo vs. Internal Revenue?

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
— Ramon and Dolores Portillo v. Commissioner of Internal Revenue. (932 F.2d 1128 (5th Cir., 1991) .
The Cheek case was a sever blow to the IRS in criminal cases. The U.S. Court of Appeals of the Fifth Circuit likewise dealt a severe blow to the IRS in civil cases. The court effectively found that in the case of an IRS assessment of tax deficiency, the burden of proof shifts to the IRS. In other words, they have to prove that you owe them money.

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Who are the people who have most to fear from the IRS?

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
1. Those who file tax returns are most at risk! Because of the ambiguities of the
Internal Revenue Code it is impossible to file a tax return without the IRS being able to nail
you for filing a false return or committing perjury. — “Come into my web said the spider to the fly.”
2. High-profile people like Leona Helmsley, Willie Nelson, and the late Red Foxx, who
can be nailed as examples — providing wide media exposure — People who use IRS
handmaiden lawyers and/or accountants to assist them in their tax affairs.
3. Tax protesters who stop filing and/or paying without properly terminating their contracts with the IRS.
4. The people who have least to fear from the IRS are those who have never entered
into a contract with the IRS, those who know the weaknesses of the IRS, those who have
properly “untaxed” themselves, and those who have organized their personal affairs so
they don’t own any assets and don’t have any bank accounts the IRS or other government
looters can seize.
It is important that you realize that the Internal Revenue Code is so complex and convoluted that nobody can understand it. This means that whatever tax return you file can be “proved” by the IRS to constitute perjury and fraud. But the Code is void for vagueness.

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← The Best Kept Secrets of the IRS [pgs 122, 123]

What can you do in order to understand the IRS and to safely defend against it?

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
File your complaint under Title 15 – United States Fair Debt Collection Practices Act — instead of under Title 26 – Internal Revenue Code.
The non-federal Internal Revenue Service is a private, for-profit debt collection agency for the private, non-federal Federal Reserve Bank.


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← A Question [p.129]
What can you do in order to understand the IRS and to safely defend against it? →

The Best Kept Secrets of the IRS [pgs 122, 123]

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson

http://www.amazon.com/Failure-File-Conspiracy-Robinson-14-cr-00083-DBH/dp/1502951576/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8
1. The Sixteenth Amendment, allegedly giving Congress the power to collect income taxes, was never ratified. For the compelling evidence, read The Law That Never Was, available from Common Sense Press, PO Box 1544, Billings, MT 59103. The 16th Amendment, even if it had been ratified, is just a smokescreen that doesn’t grant any new taxing powers to Congress. The Supreme Court found in 1916 in the case Brushaber v. Union Pacific R.R. Co., 240 U.S. 1 — that the 16th Amendment didn’t extend the taxing powers of Congress.
2. The Constitution does not empower Congress to delegate any government function to the IRS.
3. The IRS is a private corporation registered in Delaware.
4. The IRS is the Gestapo of the Federal Reserve bankers; the same sponsors pushed the Federal Reserve Act and the Sixteenth Amendment through Congress in 1913.
5. The purpose of the IRS is not to collect taxes but to control and terrorize people.
6. It is doubtful whether money collected by the IRS goes to the government. Checks received by the IRS appear to be deposited by the Federal Reserve bankers, with “FRB” (for “Federal Reserve Bank”) stamped on returned checks.
7. The IRS has no jurisdiction in the 50 states, according to the limitations placed on the federal government by the Constitution.
8. The Internal Revenue Code is not law.
9. The Internal Revenue Code defines the term “person” in such a way that it does not apply to most every day working Americans.
10. The income tax is voluntary for most Americans.
11. The income tax is an indirect excise tax. The final recipient of income is not liable for the income tax.
12. The term “income” is so defined in the tax code that wages or salaries do not constitute “income.”
13. Corporations may only withhold taxes from an employee’s earnings if the employee specifically requests such withholding. No one can be legally forced to complete a W4 withholding form.
14. Employers who withhold part of the salaries or wages of employees against the will of the employee, commit theft.
15. The U.S. Constitution effectively defines “money” as gold and silver – Article I, Section 10: “No State shall make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts.”
The law agrees: “The terms ‘lawful money’ and ‘lawful money of the United States’ shall be construed to mean gold or silver coin of the United States.” (12 USC 152). The Federal Reserve Note is not money; it is counterfeit currency, hence receipts in Federal Reserve Notes, having no legal value, are not taxable.
16. Most Americans can relinquish their “U.S. Citizenship” and declare themselves as State Citizens subject to neither Federal nor State income taxes.
17. There is a legal principle “void for vagueness”. The tax code is vague in so many parts that nobody (including IRS Terrorcrats) can understand it. A 1991 Supreme Court case found that if someone sincerely believes that he or she doesn’t have to file a tax return and pay income tax, then that person cannot be convicted of a crime; several other courts have found accordingly.
18. In 1991, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals held that if someone claims they are not subject to the federal income tax, then the burden to prove to the contrary is on the IRS. For most Americans the IRS can’t won’t even attempt prove this via an Affidavit signed under the penalty of perjury.
19. Filing a 1040 or other tax return involves the surrender of your Fifth Amendment right to not incriminate oneself. The Fifth Amendment of the Constitution says that no one can be forced to incriminate himself or herself.
20. All IRS liens and seizures are illegal.
21. The IRS in its totality is a violent, criminal, extortion racket with no legal basis whatsoever.
22. There are methods for protecting income and assets so that no matter what the IRS Terrocrats do it becomes difficult for them to violate your unalienable rights to own property and the fruits of your labor.
23. In his book Tax Fraud & Evasion: The War Stories, Attorney Donald W. MacPherson exposes the IRS as a paper tiger. The probability that any individual would be prosecuted for not paying taxes to the IRS are about 70,000 to one. The probability that any individual will go to jail for not paying taxes are about 150,000 to one.
A Call to Action
Practically everything the federal government does is evil, unconstitutional, criminal, and highly destructive.
The IRS Gestapo plays a major role in keeping the criminal Terrocrats in power. The IRS needs to be eliminated. In the words of Attorney Donald W. MacPherson, “The Beast must be destroyed.”
What federal government we need (if any) can be financed through voluntary exchange for valuable products and services produced, augmented by voluntary contributions.

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← What does the U.S. Constitution say about federal jurisdiction and how does this affect who is subject to federal income tax?

Do all Americans have to file 1040 returns? If not, which Americans have to file?

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
Not all Americans have to file 1040 returns. Americans living and working outside federal zone jurisdiction (inside one of the 50 States) don’t have to file. Those subject to federal jurisdiction (Washington DC, federal military installations, and U.S. territories like Puerto Rico, Guam, American Samoa, and the Virgin Islands) probably have to file. Once any American has filed a 1040 return, he or she must continue to file, unless he or she revokes the “election” to pay income taxes. This can be done verbally under penalty of perjury when necessary.


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Is it possible for Americans to legally stop paying income taxes?

Posted on April 1, 2016 by David Robinson
It is possible for most Americans to legally stop paying both federal and state income taxes. This applies to most Americans who live and work in the 50 States. It does not necessarily apply to Americans working for the federal government, or those who work in federal military installations. The central issue here is federal jurisdiction which is covered under question 3 below. However, anyone who has entered into a contract with the IRS to pay them, has to fulfill that contract unless he cancels all such contracts “for fraud”.
How the IRS tricks its victims into becoming “liable”.
IRS agents see it this way: By you sending a 1040 tax return to the IRS . . .
1) . . . you voluntarily assess yourself,
2) . . . you acquiesce to IRS jurisdiction,
3) . . . you become “liable” for federal income tax,
4) . . . you enter into a unilateral contract with them, which is rebuttable for lack of full
disclosure, which constitutes fraud.
When you open a bank account, on your signature card you sign something like, “Under penalty of perjury I certify that… [and] That the number shown on this form is my correct taxpayer identification number.
The signature card (without your knowledge) may also commit you to adhere to all current and future IRS regulations. Simply by opening a bank account you condemn yourself to being a “taxpayer” and you swear that your “social security number” is your “correct taxpayer identification number.”
By understanding this, you can undo it, because these supposed “contracts” with the IRS aren’t valid — they are rebuttable contracts.

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