"The difference is like night and day." Dwight E. Avis - Internal Revenue


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Special Delivery

Here is one website from which you can watch Aaron Russo's "From
Freedom
to Fascism" -- the video is in 4 parts and is for screening purposes
only.
http://www.poodlecrap.com/Hateliars/HL_Video1.asp?Part=0


Here are some excerpts from that intriguing movie ...


"The (US) Supreme Court has said your labor is your private property."


"There is no law that requires the average American worker in the
private
sector to pay a direct, unapportioned tax on their labor and
compensation
for services. There is no law." [opinion: has been one of the "best"
hoaxes ever
perpetrated upon a too-trusting people]
-- Charlie Beall, We The People Foundation


"I believe that, in both spirit and substance, our tax system has come
to be
unamerican. Death and taxes may be inevitable, but unjust taxes are
not."
-- President Ronald Reagan (addressing the American people on
May 28, 1985)


"One hundred percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by
interest on
the federal debt. All individual income tax revenues are gone before
one
nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government."
-- From the findings of the Grace Commission, a Blue-Ribbon
panel appointed
by then-President Ronald Reagan:

"You have to understand, that an agency [IRS] which will unlawfully
impose a
tax that doesn't exist, is not going to care ... if we the people don't
know what
our rights are, they're not going to tell us."
-- Vernice qui, Tax Honesty Movement


"If Americans just learned that the IRS was actually knowingly
deceiving them
.... that would be enough for them to rise up and put a stop to it."
-- Joseph Banister, former IRS Special (Criminal) Investigator


"Your income tax is a 100% voluntary tax, and your liquor tax is a 100%
enforced tax. The difference is like night and day." [Did you think
that income tax
was a 100% voluntary tax?]
-- Dwight E. Avis, Head of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division
Bureau of
Internal Revenue:


"Chief among such contracts is that of personal employment by which
labor
and other services are EXCHANGED for money or other forms of property."
-- Coppage v. Kansas, 236 U.S. 1, 14 (1914)


[There are many-many more great observations in From Freedom to
Fascism]
[By the bye, Canadians should not feel too "smug" ... take a guess as
to "why".]
 
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Abbot

Abbot) Jimmy, this was shot down weeks ago. Your new moniker doesn't
change that fact.
 
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Special Delivery

Abbot said:
Abbot) Jimmy, this was shot down weeks ago. Your new moniker doesn't
change that fact.
Shot down? Dwight E. Avis didn't say what is claimed?

Substance please.

Special said:
Here is one website from which you can watch Aaron Russo's "From
Freedom
to Fascism" -- the video is in 4 parts and is for screening purposes
only.
http://www.poodlecrap.com/Hateliars/HL_Video1.asp?Part=0


Here are some excerpts from that intriguing movie ...


"The (US) Supreme Court has said your labor is your private property."


"There is no law that requires the average American worker in the
private
sector to pay a direct, unapportioned tax on their labor and
compensation
for services. There is no law." [opinion: has been one of the "best"
hoaxes ever
perpetrated upon a too-trusting people]
-- Charlie Beall, We The People Foundation


"I believe that, in both spirit and substance, our tax system has come
to be
unamerican. Death and taxes may be inevitable, but unjust taxes are
not."
-- President Ronald Reagan (addressing the American people on
May 28, 1985)


"One hundred percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by
interest on
the federal debt. All individual income tax revenues are gone before
one
nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government."
-- From the findings of the Grace Commission, a Blue-Ribbon
panel appointed
by then-President Ronald Reagan:

"You have to understand, that an agency [IRS] which will unlawfully
impose a
tax that doesn't exist, is not going to care ... if we the people don't
know what
our rights are, they're not going to tell us."
-- Vernice qui, Tax Honesty Movement


"If Americans just learned that the IRS was actually knowingly
deceiving them
... that would be enough for them to rise up and put a stop to it."
-- Joseph Banister, former IRS Special (Criminal) Investigator


"Your income tax is a 100% voluntary tax, and your liquor tax is a 100%
enforced tax. The difference is like night and day." [Did you think
that income tax
was a 100% voluntary tax?]
-- Dwight E. Avis, Head of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division
Bureau of
Internal Revenue:


"Chief among such contracts is that of personal employment by which
labor
and other services are EXCHANGED for money or other forms of property."
-- Coppage v. Kansas, 236 U.S. 1, 14 (1914)


[There are many-many more great observations in From Freedom to
Fascism]
[By the bye, Canadians should not feel too "smug" ... take a guess as
to "why".]
 
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Special Delivery

Special said:
Shot down? Dwight E. Avis didn't say what is claimed?

Substance please.
Still looking for some substance, Abby? Or does your research team just
need a little more time?
Special said:
Here is one website from which you can watch Aaron Russo's "From
Freedom
to Fascism" -- the video is in 4 parts and is for screening purposes
only.
http://www.poodlecrap.com/Hateliars/HL_Video1.asp?Part=0


Here are some excerpts from that intriguing movie ...


"The (US) Supreme Court has said your labor is your private property."


"There is no law that requires the average American worker in the
private
sector to pay a direct, unapportioned tax on their labor and
compensation
for services. There is no law." [opinion: has been one of the "best"
hoaxes ever
perpetrated upon a too-trusting people]
-- Charlie Beall, We The People Foundation


"I believe that, in both spirit and substance, our tax system has come
to be
unamerican. Death and taxes may be inevitable, but unjust taxes are
not."
-- President Ronald Reagan (addressing the American people on
May 28, 1985)


"One hundred percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by
interest on
the federal debt. All individual income tax revenues are gone before
one
nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government."
-- From the findings of the Grace Commission, a Blue-Ribbon
panel appointed
by then-President Ronald Reagan:

"You have to understand, that an agency [IRS] which will unlawfully
impose a
tax that doesn't exist, is not going to care ... if we the people don't
know what
our rights are, they're not going to tell us."
-- Vernice qui, Tax Honesty Movement


"If Americans just learned that the IRS was actually knowingly
deceiving them
... that would be enough for them to rise up and put a stop to it."
-- Joseph Banister, former IRS Special (Criminal) Investigator


"Your income tax is a 100% voluntary tax, and your liquor tax is a 100%
enforced tax. The difference is like night and day." [Did you think
that income tax
was a 100% voluntary tax?]
-- Dwight E. Avis, Head of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division
Bureau of
Internal Revenue:


"Chief among such contracts is that of personal employment by which
labor
and other services are EXCHANGED for money or other forms of property."
-- Coppage v. Kansas, 236 U.S. 1, 14 (1914)


[There are many-many more great observations in From Freedom to
Fascism]
[By the bye, Canadians should not feel too "smug" ... take a guess as
to "why".]
 
A

Abbot

Abbot) Jimmy, this was shot down weeks ago. Your new moniker doesn't
Still looking for some substance, Abby? Or does your research team just
need a little more time?
Abbot 2) Did it already:

http://groups.google.com/group/can....om+from+Fascism&rnum=5&hl=en#942d8fcfebc30458

You have become boring as well as stupid.
Special Delivery wrote:
Here is one website from which you can watch Aaron Russo's "From
Freedom
to Fascism" -- the video is in 4 parts and is for screening purposes
only.
http://www.poodlecrap.com/Hateliars/HL_Video1.asp?Part=0


Here are some excerpts from that intriguing movie ...


"The (US) Supreme Court has said your labor is your private property."


"There is no law that requires the average American worker in the
private
sector to pay a direct, unapportioned tax on their labor and
compensation
for services. There is no law." [opinion: has been one of the "best"
hoaxes ever
perpetrated upon a too-trusting people]
-- Charlie Beall, We The People Foundation


"I believe that, in both spirit and substance, our tax system has come
to be
unamerican. Death and taxes may be inevitable, but unjust taxes are
not."
-- President Ronald Reagan (addressing the American people on
May 28, 1985)


"One hundred percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by
interest on
the federal debt. All individual income tax revenues are gone before
one
nickel is spent on the services taxpayers expect from government."
-- From the findings of the Grace Commission, a Blue-Ribbon
panel appointed
by then-President Ronald Reagan:

"You have to understand, that an agency [IRS] which will unlawfully
impose a
tax that doesn't exist, is not going to care ... if we the people don't
know what
our rights are, they're not going to tell us."
-- Vernice qui, Tax Honesty Movement


"If Americans just learned that the IRS was actually knowingly
deceiving them
... that would be enough for them to rise up and put a stop to it."
-- Joseph Banister, former IRS Special (Criminal) Investigator


"Your income tax is a 100% voluntary tax, and your liquor tax is a 100%
enforced tax. The difference is like night and day." [Did you think
that income tax
was a 100% voluntary tax?]
-- Dwight E. Avis, Head of the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Division
Bureau of
Internal Revenue:


"Chief among such contracts is that of personal employment by which
labor
and other services are EXCHANGED for money or other forms of property."
-- Coppage v. Kansas, 236 U.S. 1, 14 (1914)


[There are many-many more great observations in From Freedom to
Fascism]
[By the bye, Canadians should not feel too "smug" ... take a guess as
to "why".]
 
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