Theft By Deception - Deciphering the Federal Income Tax

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The misrepresentation and misapplication of the United States federal income tax constitutes the largest acquisition of wealth by way of deception in history.

A handful of government lawyers fabricated an intricate maze of legalese which created a perfectly Constitutional tax (a tax on income derived from certain types of international and foreign commerce), but which at the same time could easily be misread to give the impression that the income of all Americans is subject to the tax. For decades, the American people have been "conditioned" to believe that the income tax applies to all income and trained to pay "their" taxes.

All the while, however, hidden in a previously nearly universally misunderstood (therefore misapplied) section of the law known as Subchapter N, Section 861 was the truth that the income tax is NOT a direct tax on incomes but is an indirect tax imposed only on those individuals engaged in certain types of international and possessions commerce.

Most Americans are engaged in purely domestic commerce (commerce that occurs entirely within and between the 50 states). Subchapter N proves that domestic income received by residents of the United States (most incomes) is not taxed, due to Constitutional restrictions on Congress' power to tax.

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  • tax lawyer salary 3 years ago

    I'm not finished read this yet, but it's so fabulous 'n I'll back again when I was finished my job :D

  • Small Business Tax Guru 5 years ago

    I've been interested in taxations for longer then I care to acknowledge, both on the private side (all my working life-time!!) and from a legal point of view since satisfying the bar and following up on tax law. I've offered a lot of advice and redressed a lot of wrongs, and I must say that what you've put up makes utter sense. Please continue the good work - the more people know the better they'll be armed to comprehend with the tax man, and that's what it's all about.