It’s Time to End the Fed and IRS
By Kevin Smith
(RedPillReports) For over one hundred years now the Fed and the IRS have wreaked havoc on America. They have bankruptedPeople and communities, taken homes, personal property, harassed and intimidated citizens and thrown them in jail without due process of law or recourse. One of the major reasons America is teetering on financial collapse is because of our centralized bank, called the Federal Reserve, and the IRS. You may be under the impression the Federal Reserve is part of our federal government. It is not. The Fed is an illegitimate multi-national consortium of 12 privately owned banks, whose stock is owned by the international banking community, and doesn’t answer to any of our three branches of government; the Executive, (The President) the Judicial, (Supreme Court and lower Courts) or the Legislative (Senate and House of Representatives). Can anyone really determine how either has benefitted the hard working American? I can’t. In our country’s history central banks have been eliminated. It is time to do the same again.
The advent of the central bank can be traced back near the beginning of our republic. After we won our independence from England there was two trains of thought. Alexander Hamilton wanted a strong central bank, and Thomas Jefferson vehemently opposed it, saying it was against our Constitution. Hamilton won forming a central bank in 1781 known as the Bank of North America, which was patterned after the Bank of England. The bank’s charter ended in 1811 because Congress refused to renew it.
The Second Bank of the United States opened in January 1817, six years after the first bank folded. Andrew Jackson was elected to the presidency in 1828 and by the early 1830’s he was thoroughly disgusted with the bank because of fraud and corruption. He said, “When you won, you divided the profits amongst you, and when you lost, you charged it to the bank,” that’s the same thing the banks are doing today. Late in 1833 President Jackson issued an executive order that stopped the U.S. from depositing money into the Bank of the United States, abolishing it. On Jackson’s deathbed he was asked what his greatest accomplishment was, he said “I killed the Bank.”
In 1910 six very rich and very powerful men had a secret meeting at J. P. Morgan’s estate on Jekyll Island to devise a scheme that would create a central banking system that would shift all losses to the taxpayer (read The Creature from Jekyll Island for details). These men represented an estimated one-fourth of the world’s total wealth. They were intent on keeping it that way.
The banker’s realized one of the major reasons the Central Banks failed in the past was because it was too transparent. They would not make that mistake again; they would call the bank the Federal Reserve tricking the people into thinking it was part of the Federal Government but act with virtually zero oversight.
With the enactment of the Federal Reserve Act of 1913 Congress gave up its power to create money. Not only is that against the Law it is downright treasonous. In the communist manifesto, Karl Marx describes the ten steps necessary to destroy a free enterprise system and step number 5 is to have a centralized bank.As Amsel Rothschild once stated, “”Let me issue and control a Nation’s money and I care not who makes its laws.” The Fed now has the exclusive right to print America’s money and loan it back to the government with interest and for this privilege what does the American tax payers get in return? Absolutely NOTHING except false prosperity followed by monetary slavery.
Along with the Federal Reserve the IRS was also created in 1913 under the Revenue Act of 1913, also known as the Tariff Act. A horrible year for the American people. In the beginning, by design, the tax rates were small and relatively harmless, ranging from 1% to 7% of your total paycheck. By 1961 our elected officials had increased the top tax rate to a staggering 91%. Today the tax rate is about 38%. George Washington said, “The Power to tax is the power to destroy!” Indeed.
If I were to issue all money in circulation (as the Federal Reserve has done), and charge the American people interest on what I issued, it wouldn’t be long before I owed everything not tied down. Imagine you printed all the money in existence and it was $1,000,000.00. And let’s just say I charged 1% interest. After a year how much would the government owe me? The original million plus $10,000.00 in interest for a total of $1,010,000.00. How much money is in circulation? A million. If you were to take every dollar out of circulation you would never be able to pay the million back plus ten thousand for interest. So the Fed just prints more money and charges more interest and the can is kicked down the road until it becomes a boulder. Sooner or later the debt monster created by this fraud will roll down the hill and crush everything in sight. It is designed that way.
You might think, “Well, the government needs my income taxes to function.” Oh silly Rabbit taxes are for banks not for you! In 1984 the Grace Commission Report was presented to Congress. Its focus was on the waste and inefficiency in the federal government. The report said that one-third of all income taxes are consumed by waste and inefficiency in the federal government, and another one-third escapes collection via the underground economy. “With two thirds of everyone’s personal income taxes wasted or not collected, 100 percent of what is collected is absorbed solely by interest on the federal debt and by federal government contributions to transfer payments. In other words, all individual income tax revenues are gone before one nickel is spent on the services [that] taxpayers expect from their government.” You may want to go back and read that last quote and then ask yourself, why are we paying taxes if just goes to pay the interest on the loan? I think most Americans would call this a “ponzi scheme,” wouldn’t you agree?
Question; what agency seizes bank accounts without filing a criminal complaint or Constitutional Due Process of Law? You guessed it, the IRS. They call it civil asset forfeiture. Carole Hinders owns a modest Mexican Restaurant in middle America. For close to 40 years she has been in business. On 10-25 2014 The New York Times reported two tax agents knocking on Carole’s door and informed her they seized her checking account which had almost $33,000.00 dollars in it. The agency didn’t charge her with any crimes. They seized the money solely because she never deposited more than $10,000 at a time.In the IRS’s twisted criminal minds they claimed she deliberately tried to avoid triggering a required government report. And for this they stole her money? Is this the kind of behavior we want in America? What happened to the Constitution? And now there is news the IRS has just hired 15,000 more IRS agents to enforce Obama Care. Heaven help us!
Another interesting fact about the IRS is that it domiciles in Puerto Rico. I bet you didn’t know that. I don’t think it can call itself a federal agency when the headquarters isn’t even in the United States. From my deep research I can find no Constitutional law that requires people to pay income taxes. When you work for a company you give them your skills and time and they pay you wages, which is an even swap, there is no profit, so no taxes. If you tax labor then you are stealing time from the person working. Time cannot be given back and so the IRS slowly steals parts of our souls to feed the off shore banking machine, aka the Federal Reserve. In case you didn’t realize it, America existed about 140 years before the IRS and was built with no income tax at all.
Just remember, the Constitution for the United States is the supreme law of the land and it clearly states you cannot have a direct tax (Article 1 Section 9) and taxing someone’s wages is a direct tax. U.S. Supreme Court Judges have repeatedly rejected any claims that the 16th Amendment changed the constitutional limits on direct taxes: Brushaber v. Union Pacific R.R. Co., 240 U.S. 1, The Supreme Court ruled that the 16th Amendment “created no new power of taxation” and that it “did not change the constitutional limitations which forbid any direct taxation of individuals”. To get a better prospective of these agencies you have to think of them in these terms, the Fed is the Mafia and the IRS is the muscle doing the collection. These two agencies are designed to keep the people in fear and in servitude.
I want to leave you on a positive note. We can look to recent history for hope. Back in 2008 Iceland’s economy collapsed, in a similar to America, because bankers made criminally risky investments with the people’s money and looked to the People to rescue them. So, did they bail their sinking banking system out like America did? Hell no. They did something logical and upright…they let the banks collapse, dismantled the corrupt government and arrested the bankers. Wow, what a concept! Iceland didn’t think they were too big to fail. I think we can learn a great lesson there.
Today our national debt is almost $18 trillion but that isn’t even close to what the banks have signed the taxpayers up for. With the creation of Fractional Reserve Banking, unfunded mandates, derivatives and creative default swaps we owe at least $1.7 quadrillion, a sum we could never pay back even if everybody in America worked 24 hours a day for the rest of our lives and gave 100% of it to the Federal Reserve (Not that they would be opposed to that, mind you).
In 1913 when the fed was created our dollar was worth one dollar, now it is worth approximately 3 cents because of inflation caused by the Fed’s money policies. Using “monopoly” money printed out of thin air they are stealing at an alarming rate. It is the biggest theft of wealth in American history. It is time to end the Fed, dissolve the IRS and give the power to print money back to the Congress. This will allow the American People to keep their own wealth. Then let’s throw the banksters in jail just like Iceland. If not, the currency storm of deflation/inflation and wealth destruction around the corner will make the Great Depression look like a good time.As long as these agencies are allowed to exist we risk everything for ourselves and our children and we can never truly be free.
In conclusion, Thomas Jefferson said “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them will deprive the people of all property until their children wake up homeless on the continent their Fathers conquered…”
Jefferson’s nightmare is being played out right before our eyes every single day. Why can’t today be the day it stops?