posted on Apr, 20 2011 @ 01:04 PM
Federal taxes are illegal, but it doesn't matter because they're the ones that make the rules....
For the US...
1. The supreme Court: the highest court in the land that cannot be appealed against said: "the 16th amendment give the government no new powers of
2. The constitution also says that no direct unapportion tax may be levied against the people at any time. Federal income tax is a direct
3. The 16th amendment never received enough votes from the states to be ratified, therefore it is not actually a legal amendment. This HAS been ruled
on and decided by the supreme court.
There are two specific sections of the B.N.A. Act that deal with the delegation of authority between the Federal and Provincial Governments. Sections
91 and 92 deal with authority for various types of taxation, who has authority to levy which taxes, and various other areas of jurisdiction.
The Act is very specific in its direction. The right to tax income, known as "direct" tax, was delegated to the provinces; and it was clearly
indicated that any monies so raised must be raised provincially, and used for provincial purposes. The Federal Government was denied the right to levy
But the Supreme Court of Canada goes further. It states that no level or government is allowed to transfer its authority to another level of
government, and if transfer were attempted by one level, it could not legally be accepted by another.
On October 3, 1950, the Supreme Court of Canada handed down a decision in the case involving the Lord Nelson Hotel of Halifax, Nova Scotia, against
the Attorneys-General of Nova Scotia and Canada. The case involved the transfer of powers from the Provincial to the Federal Government, and was
directly related to the income Tax Act. In a seven-judge unanimous decision, the highest court in our land ruled that power transfers cannot legally
take place. The Federal Government was given until 1962 to remove itself from all such power-transfer agreements, including the Income tax business,
and scrap the Income Tax Act...