posted on Apr, 2 2010 @ 06:08 AM
That's an excellent plan, and this is the one thing that would really make it work. All those things that people make and barter for have no
determined monetary value, so they would have no basis for confiscating it in lieu of taxes.
If they wanted to put all of you in prison, they would have to pay for your upkeep, which would gain them nothing, and if they try to force you to
work you could refuse, or use the "rolling roadblock of crap" approach, where you do the work, but at such a slow pace and so poorly that it would
be better if you didn't do it at all.
TPTB are under the false impression that people are nothing more than mindless sheep. Many of them might be that way now, but I believe that if they
are pushed far enough, they will push back.
I've had a garden in my back yard before, and I believe I could do it again. I used to be a barber, but quit because at the time I was too wild for a
straight job. I am sure I could pick it up again, even though I haven't given a haircut in twenty years. It's not really that difficult, and fancy
tools like electric clippers aren't really necessary anyway.