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The more you learn the truth… you start seeing lies everywhere!

“Change” is everywhere. Ironically, Barack Obama is not. Observe… subliminal advertising upon your subconscious mind. Will you let it?

At about 00:20, even Kieth Olbermann emphasizes the word “change” when he speaks. And this is not a solitary incident.

Coincidence?

A message to anyone out there who believes Obama is a wonderful speaker, inspiring, and intellectual:

obama change subliminal advertising

Please, please consider the possibility that presidential candidates are not chosen by the people. I’d bet you didn’t know much about Barack Obama before this ‘campaign’ began. Like all the other mainstream candidates, obama change subliminal advertisingObama was chosen. You have to see the fact: it’s a game!

You need to ask yourself, “Who is controlling this game?”

And realize the fact that the best way to win a game is to control it from both sides. “Democrat” and “Republican” doesn’t really mean anything. Sure, they represent the difference between right and left, but the point is that you’re not really given choice – only the illusion of choice.

This is true… it’s like a game show, or a beauty pageant. We’re not supposed to choose the best candidate for policy, we’re just getting the chance to ‘change’ what person will play president. But policy, war, financial chaos… there will be no such change with a mainstream media candidate. But at least he’ll be able to speak articulately!

“We may not look alike, but yes, we share a common bloodline.”

“If only they knew what we do at Bohemian Grove!”

“If you want to make an omelet, you have to crack some eggs!”

“Calm down slaves… take your drugs, watch Fox News, and everything is going to be alright!”

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Understanding the anti-tax case can be difficult. I’m may not be an expert, but let me try a quick introduction to the government, law, and the income tax:

First of all, there are two governments: Federal and State.

There is a United States Constitution that rules over all. But each State also have their own Constitutions.

Both the State and ‘the Fed’ have their own Legislative (congress) and Judicial (courts) branch. Thus the difference between federal law and state law.

Only the Federal government has a president. The executive branch of a state is the governor.

The Constitution of the Federal/State governments give the power to make laws (which are upheld by the Federal/State Judicial branch). (The States must be in compliance with the Federal government.)

So when it comes to the Income tax: the US Constitution gives Congress the power to “lay and collect taxes” on incomes.

16th Amendment: The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.

Keep in mind: this amendment give the power to Congress, but a law must be created to enforce it. Without a law, there can be no legal enforcement.

The Constitution itself is not legislation. It is ‘the law of the land’ – the appropriation of powers to the government, and the protection of the rights of the people. It gives the power to make law. The 16th Amendment itself does not enforce anything.

Most laws are created to say what you cannot do. Some laws also state what you are obligated to do. But when it comes to the Income Tax, the US Congress has never used their power to create a law that requires that you must pay a tax or that you are liable for doing so. (And nor should they!)

And to add to the holes in this illegal enforcement of tax, the IRS tax code itself even says that the federal income tax is a “voluntary” tax – hence, when you pay these taxes you are doing so by consent, not obligation.

Watch the full film, free, online! America: Freedom to Fascism

The States have the power to make their own laws, and most States have their own local income tax. However, if you live in one of the following seven states, you have none: no state nor federal income tax laws.

Which states have no personal income tax?

Seven states have no state income tax: Alaska, Florida, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Washington and Wyoming. Two others, New Hampshire and Tennessee, tax only dividend and interest income. To see how other states compare, check out the Federation of Tax Administrators’ listing of individual income tax rates for 2006.

But ultimately, whether you believe that anti-income-tax arguments are not, it is also opposed in principal.

The 16th Amendment should be repealed! This tax effectively gives the government a form of ownership over the citizens of the country.

The many other taxes paid fund all of the aspects of America that the federal government provides (or are at least meant to). The sole purpose of the income tax is to pay the interest on the loans the federal government takes from the ‘Federal Reserve’.

Fact: The Federal Reserve Act and the 16th Amendment were enacted in the same year: 1913.

In other words, it is used to transfer wealth from the people – to the private bankers that control our financial system. And the more the government spends, the more they’ll need to take!

Resources:
http://www.livefreenow.org/
http://truthattack.com/
http://originalintent.org/
http://www.gcstation.net/liefreezone
http://freeenterprisesociety.com/
http://www.save-a-patriot.org/
http://www.taxday08.com/
http://www.grannywarriors.com/

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