Judge Anna von Reitz
If someone stole your identity, would you have any trouble reporting it to the bank and whoever else was impacted by the swindle? Would it take more than a nanosecond for you to object to paying someone else’s bills? Accepting the blame for someone else’s crimes?
Well, come on, now, that is what has happened here.
The criminals in Congress swindled your grandparents and parents, stole our national identity, grabbed our credit cards, set up millions of phony escrow ACCOUNTS benefiting themselves and have spent their ill-gotten gains and time in the District of Columbia cobbling up another gigantic swindle they are attempting to unleash on you and your kids right now.
It’s time to wake up and pull the plug on this.
For starters, if you aren’t a federal civilian or military employee, an elected officer of a federal corporation, a voluntary franchise operator of a federal corporation, an African American, a federal welfare recipient, or a federal political asylum seeker— if you are Joe Average American working in the private sector, a farmer, an unincorporated business owner, etc.,—you can revoke your election to pay Federal Income Taxes.
April 15 can be a holiday. Imagine that?
That’s what it has been for me, since 1998. I have a party. We drink cheap champagne. We recite bad poetry. We hurl Shakespearian insults— “Thou burly, flap-jowled, goatish, howling miscreant! How darest Thou imply a bottomery debt!”
Get started. There is no time like now.
You write an old-fashioned letter to the Commissioners of the IRS and the Internal Revenue Service and you simply tell them that you are eligible for exemption and are revoking your election to pay Federal Income Taxes. Please adjust your records accordingly and honor my exemption.
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