The Deception that Enslaved Americans

©2010 drkate

Federal Reserve, Washington D.C.

It is long past time for an open discussion in this country about the income tax.  And this  discussion needs to occur without fear of arrest, prosecution and imprisonment, and without the misinformation and intimidation so commonly associated with questioning its validity. Because in reality, the income tax is one of the first great deceptions of the 20th Century as it accompanied the Federal Reserve Act of 1913.

Obama intends to implement his unconstitutional  socialist take over of the health care industry through the Internal Revenue Service-aka, income taxes–and thus this discussion is even more urgent.

There are hundreds of websites that purport to break down every penny of your tax dollar and where it was spent.  The theme with these sites is that most of our tax dollars go to government services, often focusing on how much goes to military spending. But notice these don’t separate federal taxes paid on items versus federal taxes paid on income.

In a January 1984 report to President Reagan, A Private Sector Survey on Cost Control, several important points were made, and in particular, found that resistance to additional income taxes would be even more widespread if people were aware that

  • With two-thirds of everyone’s personal income taxes wasted or not collected, 100% of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the Federal Government contributions to transfer payments.
  • In other words, all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services which taxpayers expect from their government.”

Devvy Kidd is even more direct:

So what we have is a central bank issuing worthless paper “money” that controls our economy, our lives and our future. This private banking cartel was unconstitutionally granted this power by a devious, scheming group of senators back in 1913. In essence what they did was place the American people into indentured servitude by forcing The People to pay usury on worthless fiat currency (paper money created out of nothing), not to fund the government, but to enrich the bankers and fund wars in which America should never be involved. This system exists not to fund the government, but to allow the U.S. Congress carte blanche power to continue funding unconstitutional agencies and programs by providing them with a bottomless source of worthless ink.

Federal Reserve Act of 1913


Free Republic calls the formation of the Federal Reserve deadly hostility to the Constitution. The unconstitutionality of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 is based in part on Article I, Section I of the Constitution:

ALL legislative Powers herein granted shall be VESTED in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives.

“Vested” means, then, and now, “held completely, permanently, and inalienably.”  From Vijay Kumar, Candidate for Congress (TN),

The power “To coin Money, regulate the Value thereof, and of foreign Coin, and fix the Standard of Weights and Measures” was vested completely, permanently, and inalienably in the elected REPRESENTATIVES, and no authority was granted in the Constitution for them to re-vest that power in a PRIVATE CORPORATION that is entirely out of reach of THE PEOPLE, from whom ALL powers derive. (Emphasis added)

So with the Federal Reserve, Congress could pay for anything it wanted by borrowing from the private, Federal Reserve; in turn the people were required to pay back the debt through income taxes, or the 16th Amendment, conveniently illegally declared ratified also in 1913.

Take a look at this chart, which shows government spending as a percent of gross domestic product.  Promptly after the twin blow of the Federal Reserve and the Sixteenth Amendment, Wilson (who had campaigned as the peace candidate) entered World War I and vastly expanded government and government spending.  Warren Harding campaigned on a ‘return to normalcy’ and dismantled much of the government structure Wilson had created, only to have it revived again in the administration of FDR, where government size and spending increased again. To pay off the debt, income tax rose.

While the rise in income taxes can be directly related to the debt incurred by the Nation thanks to a lazy 63rd Congress, what occurred during the development of social security? My gut feeling is that Congress spent the social security and did not save it. Instead of paying down the debt the Congress keeps spending and the Fed keeps printing.

You’re supposed to stop digging when you are in a hole.

The Wasted 20th Century, and the Challenge of the 21st

The wasteland that we face in front of us is due directly to the wasted opportunity of the 20th Century…brought to us by: the bankers of Europe and the U.S.; a lazy Congress; an ideologically driven Supreme Court; corrupt politicians; clashes of political ideologies; endless power struggles, an uninformed and non-engaged public, and endless war.

In stating this, I am not underestimating or minimizing the real world-wide threats faced by the United States during this time. But what I am asking is to imagine  our Country without the Federal Reserve and the 16th Amendment. An understand that this has been an addiction to money and power that must be broken in the 21st Century.  This is one of the lessons of the events of 2012, the Age of Aquarius, the thousand  years of peace that are spoken of.

Only then can we understand the wasted opportunity, and the goal of our movement forward now.

Republicans, democrats, judges, politicians, and professors all are hiding from and dodging this knowledge.  Oh Republicans will argue about spending and taxes, but never raise the unconstitutionality of the 16th Amendment or the ongoing damage of the Federal Reserve to our system.  The socialist democrats just don’t care and are going to milk this system for all its got.

It is time to draw a line in the sand.  Understand the seriousness of drawing that line.  Everyone needs to start talking about this and asking questions openly, and arming themselves with information, which is readily available.  Do not forget about your Seventh Amendment rights to a jury.

And then when there is critical mass, it is time to join with each other and starve the beast…err, beasts–the Fed and the out of control government.

40 Responses to “The Deception that Enslaved Americans”


  1. 1 drkate April 15, 2010 at 10:52 pm

    I am getting tired of the elected cowards. We are way beyond them in knowledge, and we are more in number than they are. I think we show up and don’t leave until we get some answers. Cover all the airports and train stations too.

  2. 2 PharmD April 16, 2010 at 5:54 am

    I don’t know about you guys, but I didn’t fill out my tax form this year. I’m doing my part to starve the beast.

  3. 4 Rick April 16, 2010 at 7:04 am

    Here is the conclusion to an article I posted on my blog on April 2, 2010:

    “Whoever is right, several things are obvious about our current tax code. 1) IRS collection tactics deny us Due process, 2) We are guilty until proven innocent, 3) And it provides congress almost unlimited control to spend on earmarks and pork projects.”
    So You Want To Take Your Country Back!
    Part 3: Repeal the Sixteenth Amendment
    http://ricks-constitutionofourforefathers.blogspot.com/2010/04/so-you-want-to-take-your-country-back.html

    The Sixteenth Amendment was created by the Banking interests and foisted on naive states. The legality of its ratification is also questioned.

  4. 6 heather April 16, 2010 at 7:45 am

    Yes, the 16th amendment created a monster for all Americans to be held captive.

    Eliminate the Fed Reserve, The IRS, the UN, CFR, Trilateral, along with all of these other Anti-American so called organizations that hold the American people hostage to the slush funds of these so called leaders that help themselves to our pockets.

    It reminds me of the old saying from my mother, “Live old horse, you’ll get hay.”

    If we don’t dissolve these organizations we will never be free of this tyranny. They are all nothing but “elite clubs” to keep them in power and the people slaves.

    We cannot free ourselves and take our country back until we stand up and take these organizations out once and for all. Each one of these “clubs” only empowers them more.

  5. 7 tiger 7 April 16, 2010 at 9:40 am

    There is much discussion (objection) re. the VAT idea. Added to the current illegal income tax, that objection is quite valid. However, take away the income tax, then a national sales tax is the most equitable form of taxation there is—every night when you go to bed your taxes are paid. Also, taxation based on expendature rather than very ill-definable income makes more sense and is infinitly more enforcible. No more IRS as the giant entity it is now and no more 47% not paying their share.
    Don’t call it Value Added, call it Fair Share.

  6. 8 jtx April 16, 2010 at 11:24 am

    rkate:

    TYVM for the Income Tax article. It is something than many know little about – and has nothing to do with whether the 16th Amendment was ratified or not (some think not but it’s really not important to the understanding of the IT mess).

    Abe Lincoln’s administration instituted the first federal income tax to help pay for expenses of the War of Seccession (or whatever you wish to call it). In fact, I have a copy of the federal form and instructions used for this tax – and I got the copy from guess who?? That’s right, the federal government in one of the IRS tax form depositories (in CA as I recall).

    Abe’s IT ran for a few years before being – correctly – being pronounced as unconstitutional by SCOTUS and I believe another time or two since with the last being in 189x. Not too many more years down the road, a Republican President by the name of William H. Taft (who later served on SCOTUS) worked up a “deal” with the Democrats who pantingly desired an IT to lay upon the citizens to give them more political control (some things never change, I guess). Taft, thinking he was smart enough to be on the Supreme Court (which he later was with no connection to this matter) thought the amendment the Dems proposed would never be either passed by Congress nor ratigied by the citizens so he agreed to their deal and history tells us he was wrong on all counts and we now have both the 16th amendment and the IT.

    Even more interesting is the story of how withholding from payroll came about – originally called by the catchy name “pay as you go” which was started during FDR’s time. It was promoted to FDR by a guy named Beardsley Ruml (an Fed Reserve biggie at one point) who in 1946 (well after FDR’s death) gave the speech below which will give anyone a good insight into how the government lies to citizens all the time:

    http://www.curiousevidence.com/(S(s2bh2l55epvcw5fs3r15wyeq))/samples.aspx?id=21

  7. 9 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 5:31 pm

    http://citypaper.net/articles/2002-10-10/cb2.shtml

    http://evans-legal.com/dan/papptax.html

    I guess all roads lead back to Chicago…

    ~~

    I knew Mr. Annenberg in his old age. I worked in a building he owned and my office suite was next to his “official” office. I saw him and his chauffeur every day. Once on a day like today, in 1993, he was leaving for a vacation in Los Angeles… as he passed me in the atrium, he said, “Patti, keep up the fort” and bid farewell. As he got a few feet away from me toward his limo, I shouted: “Fort For Sale!” He turned around and looked at me and laughed out loud, giving me a high and mighty thumbs up, a big nod and a wave goodbye.

  8. 10 Quantum Leap April 16, 2010 at 5:41 pm

    Talk about income tax. Today is payday and I picked up my check only to find they are now taking near 50% from me! I remarked to my manager and he said “That’s what you get for supporting Obama”
    I said “I do not support that vile man”
    Stunning. Absolutely stunning. I’m on the government treadmill. I work nearly 6 months out of the year for the government without having a government job? And in my profession there are tons of added costs to me otherwise.

    Oodles of goodies here today. ‘Can’t wait until I’m kicked back to view the vid above.

  9. 11 Quantum Leap April 16, 2010 at 5:45 pm

    UGLY MAN

  10. 14 Quantum Leap April 16, 2010 at 6:02 pm

    HAPPY FRIDAY!

  11. 16 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 6:04 pm

    Wow, QL, I have been missing $16. per paycheck (2 x a month) since 1/1/2010, and no one can tell me why. $32.00 a month vanished into thin air. They think I am being petty for inquiring.

  12. 17 heather April 16, 2010 at 6:37 pm

    QL

    I got one better. We got a 1099 for $700. from the state—this year, for a state tax refund from last year. Looks like the states are charging back to us our refund to add to our adjusted gross income, thus giving us a higher income for higher federal taxes! When we asked our accountant about this, he agreed with us.

    Needless to say we owed fed and guess what–another $700 to the state—–because that amount was considered income from 2009! So obama didn’t raise taxes on those who earn less than 200k – they just simply screwed us anyway they could. Who the heck ever heard of a 1099 for state taxes!

  13. 19 heather April 16, 2010 at 6:46 pm

    Little timmy geithner’s father worked for the Ford foundation in Indonesia with Obama’s momma, Stanley Ann teaching macrofinancing.

    Where do you think they learned this cheating from. Like father like son, like mother like son.

    Isn’t it time we take them out of our WH yet?

    This is the last year I am filing taxes or paying taxes come April. What they get from us through out the year is all they get–I plan on somehow filing a lawsuit against the IRS for theft! Who’s with me???

    • 20 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 7:16 pm

      Little Timmy’s grandfather was VP of Ford Motors, too.

      Check out his Mom and wife.

      Bwaaahahahhaaha!

  14. 21 heather April 16, 2010 at 7:25 pm

    QL–yep double dipping! Get used to this—it happened to us this year–wait til next year we will all be screwed big time!

    I just couldn’t believe it–a 1099 from the state for last years refund to be added to this years federal income!

    Please, please someone come to the aid of their country! Remember, Now is the time for all good men to come to the aid of their country? Where are these people????

    • 22 PharmD April 16, 2010 at 7:40 pm

      I think I can explain what happened. It’s not really double dipping. You are being taxed on withholding that were not taxed previously.

      Let’s say I make 1000 dollars. 20 dollars is withheld as tax. When you file your state tax (or federal for that matter), you find out that you are due a refund of the 20 dollars that were withheld. That 20 was income you did not pay taxes on because it was withheld. It is returned to you as income that you earned. And as such, it is taxable.

      In your case, they held 700 dollars of your income and then returned it to you. It was still 700 dollars of your original income that you earned. The fact that it’s a ‘refund’ is of little consequence.

      That said, I can’t believe you paid taxes this year. Like I said before, I’m done with taxes. I didn’t file this year, and if they come after me, I’ll tell them that they don’t get my money until they prove to me that it’s constitutional. The 16th amendment was illegal, so no money for them.

      • 23 PharmD April 16, 2010 at 7:45 pm

        I read through that, and I’m not entirely sure it was clear. Let me phrase it this way.

        If you get a refund, that means you overpaid your taxes by putting too much into withholdings. If you had zero withholdings, your income would have been 700 dollars higher for 2009. It would be indistinguishable from the other money you earned that year.

      • 24 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 8:15 pm

        Wow!!!

        Room-mate Desired! No hard drugs.

        Ashtrays (balcony)and ice on premises.

  15. 25 heather April 16, 2010 at 7:38 pm

    QL–good video clip — people in the streets in california last yr. If I had not seen this video with my own eyes I would have sworn that california was all for him! The MSM never reports on this.

    Oh I hate him-and his snide remarks about the tea partiers last night was the icing on the cake. What a creep.

    I’ll keep my guns, my Bible, and MY GOD thank you very much!

    • 26 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 7:59 pm

      I really love the Bible. It is chock-filled with history…I mourn the burning of Alexandria’s Library.

      I will always honor Cleopatra ~ for all of my days ~

      and I will always put Barky up there with Octavian (Augustus) and Constantine (the prick) for ripping off the History of Life and Its people. Along with MSNBC (sux)…

      I hope when the New york times is burned down, they’ll institue a national Holiday with pay.

      They are so screwed with the Bible..that’s why they had to make up the Quran some 625 years later. Volume III, The Newer Testament – whether you like it or not. You will believe, or else. You will own women. You will keep sheep.

      Prezidente Barky, I am going to paint a florescent crescent on my foyer just in case. Just to thwart off your stupid Youth Corpssssse. You know, they’ll think that is cool and phat of me. Aren’t I brilliant and futuristic?

    • 27 Quantum Leap April 16, 2010 at 8:35 pm

      That’s studio city where a bunch of PUMA’s are. (disenfranchised dems i.e. told to leave the party)

  16. 29 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 7:41 pm

    ..and you’re working for Teh One who won

    Friday Night Sing Along… Free!

    (Just $125.00 and a pot luck dish if you want to feel really, really good, socially.)

  17. 30 heather April 16, 2010 at 8:29 pm

    PharmD–you have confused me. In 09 I got a state refund for 700 which means I overpaid. Now come 1-2010 I got a 1099 for that same 700 for 09 refund. Since the state sent a 1099 for that same 700, that automatically became additional income from 2009, making my total gross income 700 higher than it actually was. I had already paid taxes on that 700. So this is double dipping.

    I have heard that others in my state and other states that this happened to this yr as well. This tells me there is something going on in the tax system that hasn’t hit everyone else yet but will next yr.

    We need an amendment of the 16th amendment asap–as you are 100% right–that is illegal. Who will challenge them on this? I don’t hear any lawmaker or politician doing any challenging pertaining to this.

    All I know is if we all got together and decided next yr to not file – which would be millions of people across the country–who will they send? The 16k new irs agts with their shinny new shotguns that were just issued to them! I guess they know something is about to break loose and it ain’t gonna be pretty!

    • 31 PharmD April 16, 2010 at 8:47 pm

      You didn’t pay taxes ON the 700, the 700 WAS taxes. They just returned to you what was yours, but since it was withheld, you didn’t pay taxes on the income when you made it. It’s confusing, but that’s what’s going on. It was explained by the person that did my taxes in 2008 as to why I had to pay taxes on a refund as well.

      Like I said, it’s easiest to understand if you consider what your income would have been if you had zero withholdings. You would have had 700 dollars of ‘additional’ income. I only put additional in quotes because it feels that way.

  18. 32 Quantum Leap April 16, 2010 at 8:39 pm

    Well you bet something is going on. NO ONE should pay 40-50% taxes. NO ONE! This is over the top. I’m not exaggerating.
    Might as well join the ranks on the dole. Why sweat and slave on a job and only get to keep half? They really sock it to the W2 earner.

  19. 33 heather April 16, 2010 at 8:54 pm

    QL–you got it–maybe we should all jump on their bandwagon!! See how much we get back!!

    Oh–yeah–we are the ones the IRS would come after with their shinny new shotguns!

  20. 34 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Good night Ptriots.

    Toodleloo and Godspeed drKate, for your insistence an persistence.

    Fortitude.

    I leave you, my beloved Patriots with an anglo term. A word my Mother’s people could never conceive.

    bastardization, bastardisation [ˌbɑːstədaɪˈzeɪʃən ˌbæs-]
    n
    1. the act of bastardizing
    2. (Military) Austral
    a. an initiation ceremony in a school or military unit, esp one involving brutality
    b. brutality or bullying

    Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged 6th Edition 2003. © William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd 1979, 1986 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003
    ThesaurusLegend: Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
    Noun 1. bastardization – declaring or rendering bastard; “the annulment of their marriage resulted in the bastardization of their children”
    declaration – a statement that is emphatic and explicit (spoken or written)
    2. bastardization – an act that debases or corrupts
    bastardisation
    degradation, debasement – changing to a lower state (a less respected state)
    ~
    The words ans audacity and arrogance were never uttered, I swear.

    Be Happy on Saturday. We shall overcome someday.

    Isn’t it ironic?

  21. 37 heather April 16, 2010 at 10:43 pm

    Papoose

    Once again I have to say–you are just too funny!

  22. 38 Papoose April 16, 2010 at 11:17 pm

    yep, and so is this keyboard!

    I guesssssssss I barfed on it once to often.

  23. 39 heather April 17, 2010 at 10:14 am

    PharmD

    After some questioning of the long time residents of this state-it was told to me that this state always does this. If you are due a refund for one year, the following year they automatically charge it back to you for federal taxes. WELL–I have never heard of this and since I have lived, worked and filed taxes in many states I found this odd beyond belief. I again checked and it is the case-so from here on out for as long as I live in this state I will make sure that any refund will be sent back with a note “to be applied to the following year”….never again will I pay when I get a refund.

    Just wanted to clarify this mystery, which I had never heard of before.

  24. 40 limewire April 30, 2010 at 4:35 am

    lmao sweet story bro.


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