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Let’s Dismantle IRS: This Racket is Busted

Supreme Law – by Paul Andrew Mitchell

It’s time to dismantle the Internal Revenue Service.  This organization has outlived its usefulness.

The hunt was on, several years ago, when activists like this writer confirmed that IRS was never created by any Act of Congress.  It cannot be found in any of the laws which created the U.S. Department of the Treasury.  

The U.S. Supreme Court quietly admitted as much, at footnote 23 in Chrysler Corp. v. Brown.  In a nation governed by the rule of law, this omission is monumental.

The search for its real origins has taken this nation down many blind alleys, so convoluted and complicated are the statutes and regulations which govern its employees rarely, if ever.

The best explanation now favors its links to Prohibition, the ill-fated experiment in outlawing alcohol.

The Women’s Temperance Movement, we believe, was secretly underwritten by the petroleum cartel, to perfect a monopoly over automotive fuels.  Once that monopoly was in place, Prohibition was repealed, leaving alcohol high and dry as the preferred fuel for cars and trucks, and leaving a federal police force inside the several States, to extort money from the American People.

All evidence indicates that IRS is an alias for the Federal Alcohol Administration (“FAA”), which was declared unconstitutional inside the several States by the U.S. Supreme Court in 1935.  The result of the high Court’s decision in U.S. v. Constantine confined that FAA to federal territories, like Puerto Rico, where Congress is the “state” legislature.

Further confirmation can be found in a decision by the First Circuit Court of Appeals in Used Tire International, Inc. v. ManualDiaz-Saldana, which identified the latter as the real “Secretary of the Treasury.”  The Code of Federal Regulations for Title 27 also identifies this other “Secretary” as an office in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

This is ominous data.  It serves to suggest that IRS has no authority whatsoever to mail envelopes from the “Department of the Treasury.”  Such obvious deception is prohibited by federal mail fraud statutes, and defined as a predicate to racketeering.

Moreover, the vagueness now proven to frequent the Internal Revenue Code forces a legal conclusion that the entire Code is necessarily void, read “no legal effect.”  The high Court’s test for vagueness is obviously violated when men and women of common intelligence cannot agree on its correct meaning, its proper construction, or its territorial application.

Take, for instance, a statute at IRC section 7851.  Here, Congress has said that all the enforcement provisions in subtitle F shall take effect on the day after the date “this title” is enacted.  These provisions include, for example, filing requirements, penalties for failing to file, and tax evasion.

Guess what?

Title 26 has never been enacted into positive law, rendering every single section in subtitle F a big pile of spaghetti, with no teeth whatsoever.  Throughout most federal laws, the consistent legislative practice is to use the term “this title” to refer to a Title of the United States Code.

To make matters worse, conscientious courts (an endangered species) have ruled that taxes cannot be imposed without statutes assigning a specific liability to certain parties.

There are no statutes creating a specific liability for taxes imposed by subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code.  This is the set of statutes that impose the federal income tax.

Look at it this way:  if Congress imposed a tax on chickens, would that necessarily mean that the chickens are liable for the tax?

Obviously not!  Congress would also need to define the farmer, or the consumer, or the wholesaler, as the party liable for paying that tax.  Chickens, where are your tax returns?

Without a liability statute, there can be no liability.

This now opens another, deeper layer in this can of rotting worms.  If IRS is really using fear tactics to extort an unlawful debt, then it qualifies for careful scrutiny, and prosecution, under the Racketeer-Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act aka “RICO”.

How fitting, and how ironic, that IRS is legally domiciled in Puerto RICO.

When we get down to brass tacks, we find that Congress encourages private Citizens to investigate and bust rackets, mainly because it perceived a shortage of public prosecutors talented enough to enforce RICO statutes against organized crime syndicates.

This shortage is the real reason why the RICO statute at 18 U.S.C. 1964 awards triple damages to any party who prevails, using the civil remedies it provides.  And, happily, State courts like the Superior Court of California also enjoy original jurisdiction to litigate and issue these remedies.

All of this would approach comedy in the extreme, were it not also the case that IRS launders huge sums of money, every day, into foreign banks chiefly owned by the families that founded the Federal Reserve system.

Did you think the Federal Reserve was federal government?  Guess again!

One of the biggest shocks of the last century was an admission by President Reagan’s Grace Commission, that none of the income taxes collected by IRS goes to pay for any federal government services.

Those taxes are paying interest to these foreign banks, and benefit payments to recipients of entitlement programs, like federal pension funds.

So, the next time your neighbors accuse you of being unpatriotic for challenging the IRS, we recommend that you demand from them proof that IRS is really funding any federal government services, like air traffic control, the Pentagon, the Congress, the Courts, or the White House.

Don’t hold your breath.

Honestly, when all the facts are put on a level table top, there is not a single reason why America should put up with this massive fiscal fraud for one more day.

It’s now time to dismantle the Internal Revenue Service.

Keeping all those laundered funds inside this country will result in economic prosperity without precedent in our nation’s history.

Let’s bury IRS beneath the Titanic, where it can rust in peace forever along with the rest of the planet’s jellyfish.

America deserves to be a living, thriving Republic, not another victim of Plank Number Two in the Communist Manifesto.

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About the Author:

Paul Andrew Mitchell is a Private Attorney General and

Webmaster of the Supreme Law Library on the Internet: http://www.supremelaw.org

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7 Responses to Let’s Dismantle IRS: This Racket is Busted

  1. Katie says:

    Regardless of whether or not the IRS was created by an act of congress or not, if you are paying “income” taxes when you are NOT liable you will want to find out if you owe them. http://losthorizons.com

    http://www.losthorizons.com/tax/Misunderstandings/irs_is_an_agency.htm

  2. Mark Schumacher in LV says:

    The rich have multiple ways to dodge taxes, whereas nobody else does. They can show a incredible low income, even though they earn millionS.

    Donald Trumps father paid practably nothing, while leaving his commie son over 400 million.

    • Katie says:

      ” whereas nobody else does.” Mark, by no means does one dodge “income” taxes that does not owe them. Do you know if you owe them or not? Only you can know. http://losthorizons.com

      • Mark Schumacher in LV says:

        Yeah, I know. It just seems that I’m always paying out the ass, while reading how the rich have all these goddamn loop holes. I mean Trumps father is the perfect example, he paid practably nothing over the years, LEGALLY.

  3. Bud Fox says:

    I go to work, I get a paycheck based on my labors and time spent during a week. This is NOT income and therefore NOT taxable! I earn a wage, not income. If I bought stocks and made a profit from the dividends, then THAT is income and therefore taxable (if one were to give any credence to the 14th Amendment).

  4. Peter says:

    I need to know the reason again it’s based it Puerto Rico.
    Puerto Rico is so not trusted for a lousy $ 85 million to get the power back on ( White Fish Energy)
    that nobody and no group or corporation even will donate the money.

  5. KOYOTE says:

    EVERYTHING HAS BEEN TAXED TO THE POINT NOW, THAT IN REALITY, “TAX EVASION” IS MORE OF A CONTROL MECHANISM THAN A WAY TO RECOUP GOVERNMENT LOSSES….

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