reply to post by dannyfal
The legal system worked much better when it was the justice system.
I understand all that you are saying, but realistically, the system is set up for the people to step up and have their say. It is tougher now because
of the Corporations. But the procedures are still there, and it is a matter of having enough people to follow the procedures to the letter, just like
any other court procedure. One mistake and it gets thrown out.
I haven't seen very many people put forth any effort at all to have their voices heard in that manner. It takes a lot more than a phone call, letter
or email to your Senator. It takes a lot more effort than signing a petition that is never presented according to the law. I have seen even fewer
stop funding the Corporations that control all we do. People won't stop buying on credit, people won't stop buying fuel at astronomical prices,
though they "can't afford" to go off the grid or even green. They won't stop being glued to their televisions. They have to have the newest
cellphone every month. They still eat the garbage they sell to us. Their services get huge rate increases and instead of cancelling they just pay
it. The people are too complacent for anything to change, and the ones who aren't are just "waiting for the revolution". Those are the ones who
are willing to go down fighting for what they supposedly believe in, but they aren't willing to do the legwork/paperwork to avoid a revolution to
begin with, and maybe even get what they want in the process. After writing this, I'm wondering if it even has anything to do with what they believe
in, and not more that they are just waiting to do battle with anyone who comes and tries to take what is theirs.
A revolution could probably be avoided if enough people stood up and followed the guidelines set up for us to change things. And nobody can be
Yeah, we all know how the tax system works. Yes, supposedly it is illegal to begin with. I don't believe that anyone has ever taken it to court and
won, though. The few cases I've looked into appear to, again, not have followed the set guidelines for appealing such matters.
Another example...I know people who have gotten huge tax increases or missed out on refunds because of a little extra paper-work that they can't be
bothered with. I also know people who have similar experiences using corporate tax preparation companies, and even when you show them the tax law,
they won't follow through because so-and-so Block knows what they are doing. Yes they do! The people are conditioned to be taken care of. They
don't have to think. They don't have to question. They don't have to do any paperwork or research. They just pay the bills and all is well, no
matter what happens.
And I have no idea how to change that. I don't think even a revolution would change that. If that ever happened, I think most of the sheep would
just believe whatever the msm told them and go about their bill paying until something happened to stop them. Then they'd let whoever step in and
take care of them.
During the American Revolution, the people STOPPED paying taxes, and STOPPED buying goods that were heavily taxed. That is just ONE way to have your
voice heard. The problem is that MANY voices need to be heard, and they just aren't talking. Which, basically means that they are talking and
supporting what is happening.