Saturday, December 21, 2013

Income Tax versus the Natural Law

      One of the evilest taxes imposed upon mankind is the income tax. Most people don't realize it, but the income tax is the second plank of the Communist Manifesto which states: “A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.” At rates approaching 50% of a man or woman's gross earnings, I don't doubt that at these rates, we are seeing a heavy progressive and graduated income tax. So if a man works and earns $100,000, he will take home only $50,000.00 Now, as a former “tax protester” I know that these internal revenue laws are a thing of the past and that they don't impose any income tax on any man, woman, or child. I know this because their stupid codes say so. But before I get to that, let's find out how any communist gets the power or authority to impose any tax.

Authority to tax...
      The unfortunate reality is that the authority to tax comes from the barrel of a gun under man-made laws; it is established on violence. That authority becomes theft. Because under natural law, a man is entitled to the fruit of all of his labor. The fruit of the labor is the man, woman, or child who worked for it and not some intellectual retard from the government who lays claim to all or a portion of it. To have an income tax is to have a slave tax. The natural law comes from the God who created the heavens and the earth, and it properly reflects the proper morality by not offending its own laws. There can never be a lawful income tax; ever because it would violate the laws God put forth.

      The same thing is true for slavery. Slavery or involuntary servitude is forbidden by the natural laws. Of course, it is also forbidden in the scriptures and it is, in general, extremely vile and foul to the most basic sensibilities of most men. Thus, when a man has an income tax placed upon his head, he has become a slave. If anyone other than himself has the right to take what he earned, then truly, this man is a slave. Here, in the “United States”, our so-called freedoms are delusional if we are, in fact, slaves. Some may say: “Well, they don't take all of my money....” My answer to that would be another question: At what percentage of the income tax is it not slavery? That's the same question as: How does one become partially pregnant? The fact is that the income tax is a communist slave tax and it is repugnant to the natural laws that the creator put forth.

A voluntary tax....?
      And the “government” has the audacity to tell people that the tax is voluntary. Just recently, the commies in these committee hearings regarding the IRS scandals publicly announced that the income tax is completely voluntary. Yeah right! Again, they lie right to the public's collective faces. Try not volunteering like I did, and you'll get a free federally-funded vacation in a gated community. But why do we get conflicting signals from the government? But why would the IRS say it is voluntary? This used to puzzle many of us and we actually spent a lot of time studying the internal revenue laws. The problem is that the whole religious and governmental processes are just frauds and scams. The income tax is a cruel hoax and a scam of biblical proportions. My thinking that the IRS says that it is voluntary is if the tax is being applied to men and women. Anything else would violate natural law and no government has the right to violate that for any reason. God sets the rules of life and not the government. All governments would have to conform to the natural law in order to have any credible authority. Religions from my view of them put forth more delusions to help confuse mankind from his marvelous existence within the natural law. You know the famous line: “Render unto Caesar what is Caesar's, render unto God what is God?” Next question for practical purposes should be: What authority does Caesar have over God? The obvious answer to that one is: nothing. Just because Caesar establishes a tax, doesn't mean it is lawful.  And when you look at their writings in the code, you'll find that none of the codes apply to men or women; they only apply to legal entities, humans (not men or women), or animals and livestock. A legal fiction has no rights as he was created by another man. To the “government”, a man or woman is a beast, thus the word human. The income tax applies to humans who are considered beasts. My theory is that the ideas of evolution were specifically intended to make men and women think they are on the same level as animals. This way, the government can ween them off of the natural law and replace it with man-made communist nonsense.

      Natural law does not allow for theft nor slavery, and the income tax is both of those things. Remember, the fruit of a man's work belongs to only him; anything else is slavery. Natural law is what all of us were born into and no one violates it to their benefit. Whosoever imposes an income tax on any man, woman, or child is a thief. That's all you need to know. And the heads of the “governments” and religions who go along with it are communists, thieves, and slave masters. I don't care who someone thinks he is: the President of the United States or a janitor, it's all the same for everyone. The natural law is there for use to use for the enjoyment of our lives. Man-made laws are how we end up limiting ourselves into the whole host of demented ideas: communism, socialism, democracy, republics, war, religion, social chaos, rather than looking at the natural facts of our existence and operating within those obvious limitations. Under the natural law, the income tax is a scam because it steals the labor of mankind, and in the case of the United States, it is a forced system of the payment of usury which in and of itself is theft.

No argument with the natural law...
      When a man correctly uses natural law as the foundation for his life and actions, it is built upon a solid foundation that does not have any argument in opposition to it. The end result will be the good fruit. The reason for this is that the truth resides in the natural, and it is impossible to argue in favor of breaking the natural law. The fallacies and the idiocies of the trespass will always be self-evident.
Income tax is as ridiculous as having the Congress pass a law against gravity. Does anyone think that nature would comply? Governments as we know them today are quite useless and they are anti-social. The only time anyone can take any authority over anyone else is in the violation of the natural law. So then, our current social morals are backasswards when compared to the natural laws. Evil can never become good, and good is never evil. In other words, there really is no argument. And for me, as one who enjoys a good argument; this saves me a bunch of time. I simply reduce the argument or discussion down to the terms of the natural law. That's good enough for me as the rest of the arguments outside of natural law are inconsequential and just an exchange of opinions. Natural law is a fact of life; it is what it is and no amount of chatter is going to change it. Obviously, a person's understanding of the natural law will vary from one person to another, but the fact remains, that the natural law will always be what it is regardless of what anyone says about it.

Natural law removes the need or even the desire for government and religion....
      In noticing the existence of governments throughout history, we find that these organizations are primarily responsible for all of the wars. Point the finger at any government, do the homework, and you'll see that it is always either a government, religion, or both who instigate wars and confusion among otherwise peaceful people. Do they fulminate fury and hatred throughout the world and for what purpose? These things are intended to destroy the lives of men, women, and children. There is no higher or noble cause, it is just done to inflict misery upon mankind. The instigators then take control over other people's lives and then strip them of their productive labor via the income tax and other financial persecutions. Adherence to the natural law would get rid of income tax and even the stupid idea of it. The government just isn't necessary under the natural law, but people would have to learn to think for themselves and be responsible for their own actions.

Paying their fair share.......
      Paying their fair share under natural law is absolutely nothing. Under natural law, a man who works will keep all of his pay. If he wants to donate to this or that project, then he should do so by his own free will. But some will say: “Who will build the roads?” Someone will build them. And besides, we have enough roads. Under a voluntary system the roads would probably be completed on budget and ahead of schedule. But the funding of such projects should be voluntary. The idea that it is acceptable for “governments” to steal from one group of people and then spend the money on the wishes of another group is absurd and it is ridiculous.

Income tax violates natural law.....
      Thus, it logically follows that a tax on the fruit of a man's labor is completely repugnant to the natural law as it establishes an organized system of theft and slavery. There can never be any benefit to any “nation” who imposes the income tax on anyone. Remember, nothing good comes out of evil. And most of the nations who impose the income tax on their populations, do so that to the detriment of the population at large. Everyone loses when it comes to income tax because the underlying principle of it is evil because it violates natural law and it produces bad results.  In addition, they would have to raise their standards of morality in order to put a correction in place.

Walter Allen Thompson has a new book called Natural Law: The True Supreme Law of the Land


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