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Tax Revolt Methods

from The Burning Platform:

I am pleased that many people have expressed interest in getting more information about different methods of joining a tax revolt.

The reasons for wanting to do so are plain to see: if the US government is no longer a legitimate government, then you owe them nothing. Consider that it has been violating all four Nuremberg Principles for decades: crimes against peace (wars of aggression), conspiracy to commit crimes against peace, war crimes (torture), and crimes against humanity (drone killing of civilians). They have violated Articles 27, 31, 32, 45, 49, 87, 97, 124, 125, 127 of the Geneva Conventions, the US Army Field Manual, and the US Constitution, especially Habeas Corpus and Posse Commitatus. They continue to use cluster munitions and refuse to sign the international ban on cluster munitions or land mines. They use radioactive depleted uranium shells that cause massive birth defects wherever they are deployed. The entire Bill of Rights has been shredded except for Amendments 2 and 3. They have allowed a criminal banker elite to commit epic fraud and theft without any prosecution. The electoral system has been turned into an auction. And that’s just to mention a few of the reasons; this is by no means an exhaustive list.

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1 comment to Tax Revolt Methods

  • Ed_B

    “They use radioactive depleted uranium shells that cause massive birth defects wherever they are deployed.”

    What part of the term “depleted” is being missed here? Uranium is not very radioactive to start with, let alone depleted (meaning ‘used up’) uranium. People can get more radiation from an old CRT TV tube or by flying across the US than they can get from depleted uranium.

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