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See also: Intro to the American Income Tax -- a pdf "Cliff Notes" version of the first few chapters of Cracking the Code: the Fascinating Truth about Taxation in America by Peter Hendrickson. READ IT before reading the book, and then ACT. This a summary by the author of some primary points from Cracking the Code.
A review by F. Earle Fox
Some months ago, I had promised a
review of a book, Cracking the Code, by Peter Eric Hendrickson, on
how the IRS Tax Code has fraudulently interpreted the statues and persuaded
America that we are all required to hand in a 1040 on April 15. Here it is:
The Tax Code is a gargantuan piece of writing which is enormously complex and self-contradictory. There is no single person who understands it, and the IRS itself routinely misinterprets it. Or better, there is no possible consistent interpretation possible because it is self-contradictory. All of this is part of the deliberate plan of obfuscation by the IRS to bewilder and frighten we, the people.
Hendrickson says, rightly, I think, that there is no statutory obligation for the 1040 for most Americans, and that the IRS has successfully persuaded the public that there is by consistently violating the Supreme Court decisions on the subject (which Hendrickson says, surprisingly, are pretty much on target on this issue) and by the strategy of misinterpreting and misdefining key words in the Code.
The book is very hard reading, partly because the Code itself is so impossibly dense and convoluted, but also because Hendrickson, like many intelligent people, writes for those who catch on quickly to what he is saying. That is a huge mistake with a topic like his.
The difficulty in accepting his conclusions, that the IRS has successfully brainwashed 7 or 8 decades of Americans by hiding the true meaning of words such as "employer", "employee", "wages", "income", etc, is substantial, and one keeps questioning whether one is reading this correctly. Does Hendrickson really mean what he is saying? If he had been a bit more careful to walk the reader through some of the arguments as they develop, even at the cost of much repetition, much pain would be avoided.
Having said that, I believe he makes his case. Very few persons in America are legally obligated to file a 1040, mostly those who are employed by the government itself, or who live in areas such as DC, which is under the jurisdiction of the federal govt.
The IRS is a scam of the highest magnitude, and, along with the Federal Reserve, has been a means of stealing enormous sums of money and resources from the American people, to be fed into the coffers of the so-called globalists, our current shadow taskmasters. They are stealing our money in order the better to control us. "What large bank accounts you have grandma!" "The better to eat you with...!"
There are court cases in progress, and being pushed, which rely on arguments such as Hendrickson's, so we ought to be hearing more in the near future. Aaron Russo's documentary, From Freedom to Fascism, is another example of the same kinds of claims, and which I highly recommend.
It is long past the time for Americans to rise up and reclaim our freedom from tyrannical government. Is tyranny too harsh a word? Ask 56,000,000 + little babies.
Should we be paying nearly half of our total income to government for taxes? Should government soak up nearly half of our GNP? Do we want to be slaves on a government plantation?
Most of us (besides the 56,000,000) do not yet feel the lash on our backs, but that is because of the enormous effectiveness of the mind-control program flying under color of "public education". We have been taught to like our slavery, as per 1884. We are victims of the "Stockholm syndrome" in which captives fall in love with their captors. If this direction continues, as I and others are saying, we are headed for another civil war.
Intro to the American Income Tax -- a pdf "Cliff Notes" version of the first few chapters of Cracking the Code: the Fascinating Truth about Taxation in America by Peter Hendrickson. READ IT before reading the book, and then ACT. This a summary by the author of some primary points from Cracking the Code.
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