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Originally posted by undo
problem is, they clearly didn't try/convict/execute nazi scientists during the nuremberg trials. so i guess the way to escape execution in the revolution is to be a scientist.
Originally posted by pteridine
reply to post by dazbog
Logically, if you pay taxes you are also "not innocent" according to the OP. The only way to avoid taxation and partaking of Government services is to move. You should immediately renounce your evil citizenship and move to another country that is less inherently evil.
Surely, there are many of them to select from and they would welcome someone with your skills.
Originally posted by mnemeth1
reply to post by truthseeker1984
I would argue that by the very fact they accepted a position at the IRS, they are openly acting against my natural rights. They are acting in concert to loot and suppress me.
Do we consider the galley cook in a concentration camp any less culpable than the guy who threw the gas into the gas chamber?
It takes a special breed of person to work for the IRS. The IRS is one of those wholly evil institutions of government right down to its core, just like the ATF. The ATF's sole mission is to violate the natural and constitutional rights of the citizenry.
Again, violence begets violence, so I can't condone Stack's actions, but I certainly understand why he might have done it.
Originally posted by inthesticks
BTW, do you know that IRS agents are "agents of a FOREIGN PRINCIPLE"?