Income Tax is Purely Voluntary
June 14, 2014
Argument Abstract: There is no statute in the Internal Revenue Code that specifically makes persons "liable" for an "income" tax.
- There is no statute in the Internal Revenue Code that specifically makes persons "liable" for an "income" tax.
- When the United States uses the term "income" in this litigation, it uses the term in its ordinary, every day sense, and does not use the term in its "constitutional" sense.
- When the United States uses the term "income" in this litigation, it does not separate such income from its sources, but alleges that the sources themselves are subject to an "income" tax.
- The United States cannot identify how and in what manner "The Federal Mafia" advises people to file "false and fraudulent" W-4's.
- The United States cannot quote (giving the page number) any statement in "The Federal Mafia" that is "false and Fraudulent."
- The United States cannot quote any statement as contained in a 'zero" return that is "false and fraudulent."
- The United States cannot cite any statute in the the Internal Revenue Code which authorizes the IRS Commissioner (or the-IRS) to enforce and administer a federal "income" tax.
- The United States cannot produce a delegation order from the Secretary of the Treasury to the Commissioner of the IRS delegating him with the authority to enforce and administer an "income" tax which was published in the Federal Register.
All of the above, sworn to facts, supported by the government's answers, and non answers to discovery questions, had to be held as true by this Court. Instead, the Court simply ignored these uncontested facts when it unlawfully granted the Government a summary judgment. ref: http://www.paynoincometax.com/
Direct vs Indirect Taxes
In an 1819 decision Chief Justice John Marshall wrote: “The power to tax involves the power to destroy’ History agrees. From the beginning of organized government, kings and ruling castes used taxation as an instrument and a weapon. Throughout recorded history, moreover,
capricious or heavy-handed taxation led to insurrection or; less dramatically, to the dissolution of the ties which bind people to their government. In Twelfth Century England, outrageous taxation inspired the Peasants’ Revolt which rampaged until Richard II skewered the head of Wat Tyler, its leader, on a pole. It was the very issue of taxes that sparked the American Revolution and today the tax system in America is as violation of the rule of law and the Constitution as the “judges” who administer it.
Aaron Russo (February 14, 1943 – August 24, 2007) was an American entertainment businessman, film producer and director, and political activist. America : Freedom to Fascism