On February 28, 2017, “Money”: “Ivanka Trump has been personally lobbying lawmakers to include a new deduction for child-care expenses as part of a tax overhaul. One snag: It could cost the government hundreds of billions of dollars.” Who benefits the most from federal income tax?
Tax “expenditures” already cost the government trillions of dollars. It is high time for the American people to wake up to that fact. A tax on income is government’s way of robbing income producers for the express benefit of those who govern.
Yesterday, The New York Times offered the idea that Russia hopes to exploit Washington’s chaos. No! It’s a fricken diversion! America’s government hopes to exploit income producers. From personal experience, I can tell you that unmarried entry-level workers pay the highest rate of tax on their incomes. They get zero tax expenditures. “Money” backs my claim “on how the once great America became stupid America.” How stupid can anyone get? When I was single and working on an entry-level job—out of sight, out of mind—my take-home pay was not enough to pay my rent on a one-room apartment. I was locked out. Down the street from my pad there was a mile long food stamp line. Tax expenditures for the more prosperous go to pay for food stamps. I cannot think of anything as stupid.
When I was a child, few mothers worked. It only took one breadwinner in a family. Only the very rich paid federal income tax. The question arises: Why include a new deduction for child-care? Why not do away with federal income tax?
In Wikipedia, we read that sociologist Robert K. Merton, who is credited with coining the expression “self-fulfilling prophecy” offered this: “The self-fulfilling prophecy is, in the beginning, a false definition of the situation evoking a new behavior which makes the original false conception come true. This specious validity of the self-fulfilling prophecy perpetuates a reign of error. For the prophet will cite the actual course of events as proof that he was right from the very beginning.
The Union Pacific Railroad challenged Federal income tax. Being as I had challenged it in 1975, I read the case, Brushaber v. Union Pacific R.R. (1916) The U.S. Supreme Court did not give government the right to tax incomes without limits. Declared the Court: If “Under the seeming exercise of the taxing power, the taxing statute is so arbitrary as to compel the conclusion that it was not the exertion of taxation, but the confiscation of property, or is so wanting in basis for classification as to produce such a gross and patent inequity as inevitably to lead to the same conclusion,” it would not be tax. It would be confiscation of property.
As for the actual course of events, I have a letter from Director of Internal Revenue Erwin B. Osborn. In his letter to me, Mr. Osborn states, “This amendment (the 16th Amendment, the income tax amendment)….makes no mention of limitations, so I assume that Congress has the power to tax total income at a given level.” Mr. Osborn assumes, and that’s good enough. The law lets Mr. Osborn assume whatever he wants. The taxpayer is guilty until proven innocent in a court of law. Wonderful, caring people, those who represent us.
A lawyer informed me that to prove the $1,500 mistake the tax collector made in court could cost a half million dollars. The tax collector is unlimited in the money spent to fight you. No judge would award an attorney a half million dollar legal fee for proving the tax collector wrong. On the face of it, federal income tax is the biggest fraud in the history of man.
The taxpayer is not allowed to question the constitutionality of federal income tax. He is only allowed to question what could be the tax collector’s error. The U.S. Tax Court so informed me. The court held that Director Osborn was in error. Director Osborn ignored the Tax Court order.
I appealed to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth District, the most liberal in the United States. The Court, composed of Goodwin, Sneed and Reinhardt, Circuit Judges, “Despite the fact that the amount of taxes owed by the taxpayer may well be less than the amount the United States must spend to collect that amount this is a case in which the excess should be expended to validate once more the legitimacy of federal income tax.” This ruling was handed down in spite of the fact that Director Osborn ignored the Tax Court order. Under the law this is obstruction of justice. But the above named judges looked at the fact that I could start a legal battle that would end in the income tax declared unconstitutional. The decision was a policy decision.
I appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court, Case number 1570 in the October term of 1980. The Court refused to hear the case.
In 1982, I applied for a federally guaranteed loan on a home. I was a combat rifleman in World War II. My application was turned down by reason that I owed the federal government income tax.
I filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court. The U.S. Department of Justice wrote the court that Director Osborn has “wrongfully” taxed me and the government was willing to refund the money confiscated with interest. The case was closed. It is interesting that U.S. Solicitor General Wade H McCree Jr informed the Supreme Court in his brief that Brushaber v. Union Pacific R.R. authorized Mr. Osborn to collect tax from me. He further offered the Court that there was no evidence that Director Osborn violated the IRS code to harass me. There was no case in my claiming that federal income tax was unconstitutional, according to America’s makers and keepers of the law. Actually, the tax collector proved income tax is unconstitutional.
Director Osborn, after the government refunded my property, went to my bank and took every cent of my living expense money. He did the same after the Tax Court forced him to refund the money he confiscated. The tax collector is permitted, for the overall good of society, to make limitless mistakes. Liberals love that idea. They hate Trump.
“Holger Euringer, IRS Public Relations Officer in Jacksonville, said last week that the agency had been wrong all along and Smith would receive a letter of apology from the IRS district director.”
There was not one peep from anyone. Of course not. Who the hell do I think I am? The United States can do no wrong. Who is behind this? It is reported that the banking family of Rothschild has an estimated net worth of one hundred trillion dollars. Think on that! Rothschild is the head of the West’s banking cartel. The Federal Reserve Bank, privately owned, is under Rothschild control, the head honcho in the pyramid of power. Think about it. A hundred trillion dollars can buy anyone seeking power. The evidence proves that the powerful are forced to compromise their morals. They are blackmailed and threatened with death.
Who benefits the most? America’s military-industrial complex is the biggest benefactor. America’s deadbeats come second. America has been compromised. The fact is that the banking family of Rothschild for 300 years has been financing wars with fake paper money, and collecting interest.
It comes as no surprise to me, given my experience with America’s government, that America’s establishment keeps America going to war—and with no regard for the cost in lives and property. America’s government has been under the control of psychopaths for a century. Indeed, President Trump is called a traitor for wanting to get along with Russia’s President Putin. What could be any worse reasoning than that? The world has a problem, folks.
Liberal America is the dumbest in all of human history. At the present time, vicious dogs in the manger—in the U.S. military-industrial complex—are hiding from the world the cure for most of the world’s problems, zero gravity and electromagnetic energy from the universe. Behind it all is Rothschild. Money is power and one hundred trillion dollars is enough to control the world.
By the way, I’m still waiting for that letter of apology from District Director Osborn. I did receive a letter from Florida’s Senator Bob Graham in response to the Palm Beach Post’s report. Wrote Senator Graham: The Internal Revenue Service is authorized to use “Draconian” tactics in tax collection. Ah yes, all is fair in love and war.
A reminder: We are in the death throes of the Age of Pisces, when weak willed people have been tuned into external factors. We are entering the Age of Aquarius, when strong willed people look within for their answers. We are told that in the Age of Aquarius that we become spiritually united, become our brother’s keeper. Jesus said, “Ask and it shall be given you; seek and ye shall find; knock and it shall be opened unto you.”
It is your choice, my friends. Many will be sitting at the switch when the express to our future roars past them. The New York Times says the Neanderthals were people. So they were. They are not with us anymore.
My thought: We will look back at the year 2017 as the year the Stone Age ended.