posted on Dec, 18 2014 @ 11:59 PM
a reply to: IAMTAT
How to most amusingly characterizing this without offending any of the acolytes of "work within the system" out there getting flustered?
A 'protection racket' demanding their cut?
Another puppet of global banking making threats?
...or shall we bathe in the uncertainty of political flavoring..., and are we not often witnesses to such "threats"?
Check it..., it is called "your income" and partly whisked away to the magical land of "anything but 'yours' bucko".... and in this virtual never-land
the money you never got binds you to their demands. You see these IRS folks are the magical fairy-folk who can "wave their wands" and either return
your money (and you best be grateful) or complicate your life for the profiteering of their contractors.
This transactional yoke placed on your
money is now more important than you are. Sorry America.. you don't have currency... you only have
"notes" that belong to a bank... and the IRS folks work for THAT bank... not you (just because your politicians put them there doesn't mean squat.)
Will their be riots if the money is dibbled out over time? Who might get theirs first? How will this "failure to compromise" COST us money... it's
coming you know... how the IRS is too big to fail.
I welcome any policy makers to opine.... just along as they understand that these are people we are discussing ... and "the system" is a thing
not a holy relic. It is a construct that can (and arguably has) outlived it's reason for existing. Until WE control the monetary policy in this
nation we can never be said to be free.
It is high time that the agreements we have with these banks be openly scrutinized... especially since the IRS is their metaphorical iron fist wrapped
in a silky wad of dollars. The disposition of property is at stake here... and the only reason they have the power to hold tax-payers hostage is
because we actually believe them they say it's all under control...
Politics..., what are you gonna do?
edit on 19-12-2014 by Maxmars because: (no reason given)