posted on Mar, 1 2013 @ 09:41 PM
What people don't seem to grasp is the reason, the actual reason, this is a requirement.
The IRS is NOT a government agency at all, it is a corporate collection agency for the IMF, no news there either. What is important to understand is
they get a "cut" a "taste" a "piece" of every transaction that uses THEIR copyrighted currency - otherwise known as the dollar. In order to do
transactions, which use their "money," you need to pay them for the privilege of using their means of exchange, otherwise you are in copyright, or
licensing violation. The source, or reason of the transaction is irrelevant based on the actual reason.
What cracks me up is people cite their internal requirement as the "reason" but that is so far down the line as to be almost irrelevant, the reason
is the transaction process and the means of exchange. Now, what is very interesting is how electronic funds factor into this, technically they should
only be entitled to a "taste" of the transaction done with a physical dollar, as they "own" those pieces of paper, but do they own the electronic
"money" which only uses their "valuation" as a baseline? They'll say yes, but the fact should say no, as their arm extends to Federal Reserve
DEBT Notes only and the licensed use of them in all matters related to transactions of value.