IRS Loses $175 Million Class Action Lawsuit! – Taxation Is Theft

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Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the indefensible destructiveness of the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) as it’s been a cancer on the American people since 1913 when the IRS Act was passed around the same time as The Federal Reserve Act.
Monetary manipulation goes hand in hand with the extortion system known as the IRS.
Recently, the IRS lost a $175 million class action lawsuit including more than 700,000 people and businesses to recover allegedly unlawful license fees paid to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Nearly three years later, the plaintiffs got a win after Judge Royce C. Lamberth ruled that “all fees that the defendant has charged to class members to issue and renew a PTIN … are hereby declared unlawful.” The potential cost to the IRS? $175 million.
Josh and John go into why taxation is theft and why it’s not necessary. From “Who’ll build the roads?” to how it affects businesses and promotes an impoverished society and how a voluntary society with voluntary community funding is far better than the statist extortion racket.
Both on a moral and logical level, taxation is wrong and an attack on free individuals.

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7 thoughts on “IRS Loses $175 Million Class Action Lawsuit! – Taxation Is Theft”

  1. The purpose of income tax is to remove from circulation a substantial
    portion of the digits of credit “loaned” into circulation by banks by
    bookkeeping entry in the so-called loan process.
    “The Federal Reserve is a fount of credit, not of capital. . . .”
    New York Times, “Stabilizing Money Rates,” Section 3, Editorial
    Section, January 18, 1920, p. 33.

  2. The IRS is not a U.S. Government Agency.
    It is an Agency of the IMF. (Diversified Metal Products v. IRS et al.
    CV-93-405E-EJE U.S.D.C.D.I., Public Law 94-564, Senate Report 94-1148 pg.
    5967, Reorganization Plan No. 26, Public Law 102-391.)

  3. Income tax is illegal. But one goes to jail if he does not pay it, or he loses his house and kids, or anything else. So we make a decision. Do I want to go to jail, or will I pay? Simple math.

  4. Interesting reference about Puerto Rico becoming the 51st State as the Puerto Ricans take to the polls today; & then there’s today’s ruling against the IRS. A coincidence?
    Either way, if the PR does become U.S.state #51, then that will automatically remove the IRS from the very basis and initial reason for that organization being formed in the first place and illegally placed in power. (originally dating back to the Puerto Rican rum industry, & the associated ‘taxation’ on it’s alcohol exports from years ago…).
    Puerto Rico will then be covered under the Marbury vs Madison case 5 USC 137 et al.
    The current IRS structure violates Article 1, Section 9 Paragraph 3 of the U.S. Constitution.
    The IRS is an agency of the Rothschild IMF, as discovered with the case per Diversified Metal Products va IRS et.el., CV-93-405E-EJE, Ref. PL 94-564 and U.S. Senate Report 94-1148.
    Check also U.S. vs Stahl (1986) 79F2d 1438.
    There is the possibility that President Trump will privatize the groups which will be re-building America’s infrastructure, similar to the Air Traffic Control proposal.
    Infrastructure aside, you may soon see many local, county, state and federal entities shifting away from taxation as we know it, and turning over infrastructure upkeep over to localized groups structured similar to Homeowners Associations, who would collect fees for upkeep in their streets, districts, or Precincts / Wards. That is more in-line with ‘User Pays’.
    Corporations pay taxes, as part of the Corporate Entity that the U.S. actually is.
    Individuals are theoretically exempt from taxes, as one’s Birth Certificate # is on file with Wall Street as a ‘Human resource’ (for future taxation forecasting and speculation on the current markets as they are structured…). And to project earnings on the Stock Markets derived from a person’s individual future earnings potential while also suffering ‘taxation’ is essentially market exploitation with the risk of double taxation, which is also illegal!
    And there are no Congressional Representatives representing you on Wall Street; hence we come upon the aspect of ‘Taxation Without Representation’, or ‘Capital gains without individual consent’. It could also be interpreted as ownership of the individual by the Wall Street Collective.
    The privately-owned Federal Reserve, the IRS, and the printing of zero-backed or hedged monetary policies emerged in 1913. Coincidences are not that; just as this ruling being handed down at the same time Puerto Rico is voting on the possibility of Statehood.
    Now one has to wonder; will this Statehood be properly voted on and ratified without obstruction by the House & Senate?
    President Trump is well aware of the problems with the *IRS (*a tool of intimidation by the Deep State, exploiting the ‘Citizen’ for the greater purpose of ‘Discriminatory Spending’ without the consent of the Citizen on how such funds should be spent…), and given time, he will reform this situation by privatizing and instituting a ‘user pays’ system.
    Corporations will still pay taxes on Corporate Earnings (probably directly to the U.S. Treasury after the IRS is abolished) while the individual will not be taxed, but will agree toan HOA-style
    of services and infrastructure upkeep.

  5. …if you were to read a book called…”The Law That Never Was”…you would learn that the 16th Amendment was never properly ratified and they have been screwing us ever since. But if you use that justification to The IRS they will claim you have a “frivolous argument” and are subject to prosecution. Welcome to the land of the free. The fascist bastards in government need to be legally charged and convicted for treason…then hanged.;_ylt=A86.J3QTYTlZcHkAPQEnnIlQ;_ylu=X3oDMTByZDNzZTI1BGNvbG8DZ3ExBHBvcwMyBHZ0aWQDBHNlYwNzYw–?p=The+Law+That+Never+Was&fr=yhs-mozilla-002&hspart=mozilla&hsimp=yhs-002#id=2&vid=563213d82266e5ff3abbd5df122d356c&action=view
    RJ O’Guillory

  6. I disagree that anything the government can do, the private sector can do better. However, when the government is corrupt, this might be the case. Our healthcare is a private system and we are gouged more than any other nation by them. Same with gasoline and natural gas, water, sewer, and everything else. Profiteering, corruption, and greed are not just present in government.


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