posted on Aug, 13 2009 @ 08:45 PM
It all depends on how you go about it. If you have been at the same job using your SSN/SIN for 10 years, and have faithfully been filing and paying
your income tax, then tomorrow decide you don't want to pay it and don't.
You can and will be bent over and impaled. Governance is done through consent, and it's not till we jump through all the governments hoops that they
have the ability to take action against us.
All the licenses people get in life, if you look closely, those licenses are what give the issuing office the power to enforce penalties. I don't
know about in the states, but in Canada, an example of this is a DUI. If you DO NOT have a license at all, and are caught drinking and driving - they
can not, and do not give you a DUI charge.
If you DO have a license (the 'right') thing to do, then you can and WILL be given a DUI.
Not paying income tax is not something anyone should decide over night, people interested should spend at least 50 hours educating themselves about
the in's and out's before ever making their first move. And accomplishing it would likely require the changing of jobs and the stoppage of SSN
If you are not using the SSN, and you do not incriminate yourself filing, then you can accomplish this. Most people find that they don't have to even
go to court, they're mostly left alone.
Look up Robert Menard if this topic interests you.