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Fed Up with War? Sick of the 9/11 Cover-Up? Stop Paying Your Taxes!

Fed Up With War, Some Won't Pay Taxes 


NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) - When the United States invaded Iraq more than four years ago, war opponent David Gross asked his bosses for a radical pay cut, enough so he wouldn't have to pay taxes to support the war. 

"I was having a hard time looking at myself in the mirror," Gross said. "I knew the bombs falling were in part paid with my tax dollars. I had to actually do something concrete to remove my complicity." 

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As everyone who has seen America: From Freedom to Fascism knows, there is no law forcing Americans to file income tax returns. According to the folks at Freedom Law School, the vast majority of people who don’t file are never pursued or prosecuted.  

If you publicly announce that you are not filing, or file a blank return with an explanation of why you are refusing to pay taxes, your risk of being pursued goes way up. Any explanation you offer, no matter how cogent and heartfelt, will be labeled “frivolous” by the IRS. This is unfortunate, since the penalty for frivolous tax returns has just been raised from $500 to $5,000. 

Thus, if you want to commit a classic act of civil disobedience, and are willing to pay the price, you should file a blank return along with an explanation: You are refusing to pay for a criminal war of aggression, there is no longer a legitimate government in the wake of the 9/11 coup d’etat, and so on. You may wish to send your explanation as a letter to the editor of your local newspaper, in hopes of inspiring others to follow your example.  

Another strategy might be termed “non-cooperation.” This one is for people who find standard civil disobedience masochistic. Why should you and your family suffer because a bunch of psychopaths are committing war crimes? Many people say it’s possible to avoid paying federal income taxes while still avoiding a major risk of hefty fines or imprisonment.  

The simplest way is to live simply. The income you need to buy food from the grocery store is taxable, but food from your garden is not. The income you need to pay for daycare is taxable, but taking care of your own children is not. The income you need to buy books, CDs, and DVDs is taxable, but the services of your local library are not.  

Buying a cheap house and fixing it up could take away literally hundreds of thousands of dollars from the warmongering big bankers and the government they own. (The government taxes you on the income you need to buy or rent an expensive house, while the bankers will tax you on the money you borrow--the money tax is called usury.) 

Along with living simply, you can deal in cash, barter, or precious metals.  

You can make innocent little mistakes like flipping the digits on your social security number. You can use your name, nickname, middle name and last name in various combinations.  

And, of course, you can always just forget to file that darned tax return until legitimate government is restored.

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