What does tax code really say?
Where are the “deductions”? Is there excluded
income or eliminated income? Where is the list of
You be the Judge. Watch these
short, five-minute videos, about searching through the U.S. tax
code and regulations with your computer. Then ask your Congressman
and Senator to watch the videos.
Ask them... Why is section 861 frivolous?
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Fact, or Frivolous?
- how to determine taxable income
- only written in the Code of Federal Regulations in Sec. 861
- income for purposes of the income tax
- only written in Sec. 861
- specific sources - only written in Sec.
- eliminated income - only written in Sec.
- eliminated items - only written in Sec.
- exempt income - "defined"
in Sec. 861
- excluded income - only occurs in 7 regulations
[13 times total], but is explained in Sec. 861.
- the rules for allocating “deductions”
are only written in Sec. 861. [And one of the more curious ways you
can find the rules for deductions is to search for “deductions”
at the ecfr. Include all characters,
- income that is not considered tax exempt
- [the list of taxable income] - only written in Sec. 861
- There are too many more to list here.
ATTENTION: Congressmen, Senators,
Judges, IRS, Treasury Secretary, Mr. President...
If "exempt income" is "defined" in Sec. 861, Why
is section 861 frivolous?
Watch these videos to see how quick and easy it is
to search through the entire tax code at the Government Printing Office
website. And notice, this same search process can be performed on every
title of law, and can be done in every country that has codification
of law. The truth, the facts, can be found - for every law.
Nothing can be hidden.
more specific codes and instructions are found precisely in
Sec. 861, even "specific guidance".
Why does the tax code contradict what Congress
and the IRS have been telling us about income tax? They can't
all be ignorant.
Search the Code, know the law. Politicians and
bureaucrats who tax people under color of law are criminals.
And, ignorance of the law won't be accepted
during your trials.
Working title, "I Am Not A Slave!"
Snipes and Eddie
Based on a true story, these tax martyrs are
now being punished - Snipes gets three years, and Eddie Kahn gets
ten years, for speaking facts. Among hundreds of millions
of US citizens, relatively few are brave enough to fight corruption
in government (just crooked politicians and bureaucrats),
but Wesley Snipes and Eddie Kahn couldn't resist [actually,
there are now millions* who refuse to be a part of this con. You
are aware of nothing if you still depend on Fox, NBC, ABC, CBS,
PBS, Washington Post, New York Times, etc, for information].
Snipes, stars as a man wanted by the United States
government for his role in a 'tax scam' that claims his
income is "not from a taxable source."
But apparently, Snipes has actually read and
followed the United States income tax statutes and regulations.
Perhaps, simplistic explanations from so-called 'tax experts'
were not enough information for Mr. Snipes, and he wanted to read
the law for himself.
Page two of his tax
return [TheSmokingGun.com] states that Snipes is specifically
citing sec. 861 for a refund, essentially saying that
his income is not on the list of taxable items or sources. (Imagine
that, someone who actually thought of reading the law.) He
appears to know the truth about the government's tax scam since
his claim is precisely coded as such, and he signed the return.
Could it be that Mr. Snipes, like the countless
millions who have actually read the regulations, considers the
facts more important than his own personal comforts? Though Snipes
this tax martyr risked 16 years in prison to obey the truth. And,
he may still get three years in prison on the lesser charge.
Wesley Snipes appears to be a real-life action
hero. According to another such hero, former IRS agent Sherry
Jackson [*interviewed in Aaron Russo's documentary film Freedom
to Fascism, convicted - 4 years], approximately 67
million Americans don't file an income tax return. It
seems that at least a third of the available taxpaying population
have the guts to say no to these illegal government demands.
The IRS now says:
- 120 million people are expected to file.
- The IRS does not keep count of non-filers.
- Relatively few people ever face charges for not filing. (Obviously,
if 67 million don't file)
IRS spokesman, Robert Marvin
120,000,000 (expected to file)
067,000,000 (don't file)
053,000,000 (actually file?)
Could it be that less than half [120 - 67 =
53 million], or perhaps one-third of working-age Americans actually
file returns [120 + 67 = 187]?
In any case, millions of the Americans don't
What do all these people know that you don't?
Maybe these people have actually read their income tax rules.
These rules are available to everyone at the Government
Printing Office website. The GPO even provides a handy search
engine for you to data mine the regulations. Try searching for
"excluded income", "eliminated income", or "income
that is not considered tax exempt" [i.e. income that
In case you think only crazy tax protesters are protesting,
take a look at this news
report showing that over 382,000 federal employees are not paying
their taxes. In total, they owe neary $2 billion.
Notice that one of the highest tax
deliquency rates belongs to the Government Printing Office.
Evidently, because a GPO job involves publishing our tax laws, many
of the GPO employees may be actually reading them, and following them.
Apparently, only politicians are unable to follow simple
* Note: There are NO 'How-to-Do-Income-Tax'
packages, products, or services available at WhatisTaxed.com. Nor is
advertising bought or sold. Nothing is sold here. Items
below are only links to other websites.
5 Stars from Video.Google.com
Plenty of graphics and details.
By Larken Rose and Dr. Tom Clayton
Spirit of 1943 - Donald Duck Pays Income Tax
5 min 48 sec.
With Disney, even a child could understand.
For a long time, the U.S. government operated
perfectly fine on the taxes it was receiving, but beginning in
1942 the politicians decided to take everyones money (what a surprise).
Notice, they used war as the reason to tax, then continued with
the tax after the war. The 'Revenue Service' began by grabbing
money before people received their wages. This is when the modern-day
slave system began in the U.S. It took a war to get this slave
system operational. The user-friendly-term for the system is called
"withholding". Originally, withholding was known as
"Every dollar you spend for something you don't
need, is a dollar spent to help the Axis."
"What are you going to do? Spend for the Axis,
or save for taxes?"
Can't believe that your government would do these things? It's
actually much worse.
If you wish to read more, have a look at some of the
news items on The Missing Report. There
are links to many topics of abuse. For example, are you aware of what's
in your vaccines, or what happens to lab mice after they eat your genetically
modified food? Currently, corn, soy, cotton, canola, papaya, yellow
squash, and zucchini are genetically modified. For more about GM food,
see Seeds of Deception
If you prefer videos, you can watch what your government
is doing by visiting http:video.google.com,
then just search for whatever evil you can think of.
A good understanding of our government's evil deeds
can be obtained by watching some of Alex
Jones' videos. You can order his high-quality videos at his websites
infowars.com and prisonplanet.com.
You can also see Theft
by Deception on Google Video
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Questions: If you have questions, try asking
your Congressperson or Senator.
Ask your lawmaker to explain these Sec. 861 search
- "eliminated income" - Sec. 1.861-8(d), 1.861-8(d)(2),
- "excluded and eliminated items of income" - Sec.
- "eliminated items" - Sec. 1.861-8T(d)
- "excluded income" - Sec. 1.861-8 and 1.861-8T
- "income that is exempt or excluded" - Sec. 1.861-8T(d)(2)
- "specific sources" - Sec. 1.861-8(a)(1)
- "specific guidance" - Sec. 1.861-8(a)(1)
- "how to determine taxable income" - Sec. 1.861-8(a)(1)
- "the rules [of Sec. 1.861-8 ...] for determining
taxable income" - Sec. 1.863-1(c)
- "Exempt income ... defined" - Sec. 1.861-8T(d)(2)(ii)
- "income that is not considered tax exempt" [i.e.
taxable income] - Sec. 1.861-8T(d)(2)(iii)
Ask your Congressman and Senator ...
If "Exempt income" is "defined"
in Sec. 861, why is Sec. 861 frivolous?
Find your Congressperson: http://www.house.gov
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The Code of Federal Regulations
When searching tax law, we pay close attention
to 26 CFR...
"the Official Interpretation"
"Federal Income Tax Regulations
(Regs) are the official Treasury Department interpretation of
the Internal Revenue Code"
Revenue Manual, 126.96.36.199.3.1
"Federal Tax Regulations pick
up where the Internal Revunue Code (IRC) leaves off by providing
the official interpretation of the IRC"
The Code of Federal Regulations are the rules, written
in plain English, which both the public and the IRS must follow:
"The Service is bound by the
Revenue Manual, 188.8.131.52.3.4
Since "the Service is bound," we can be sure that
we are playing by the same rules. It does not require a law
degree to understand them. See How to Search and Search Examples.