Income Tax Documents Missing From National Archives
After years of government stonewalling in providing answers to basic questions about the fraudulent origin and illegal enforcement of the income tax system, another layer of the tax fraud has now been uncovered: the systemic removal of key legal and historical documents from the National Archives related to the meaning of “income” within the 1916 Income Tax Act, which was adopted by the political branches following the ratification of the 16th (Income Tax) Amendment in 1913, and the Supreme Court’s 1916 interpretation of “Income” within the meaning of the 16th Amendment.
Why This Is So Offensive and Tyrannical?
Some People say the 16th Amendment does not give the government the power to impose a labor tax – a direct, un-apportioned tax on an individual’s income earned from his labor, and measured by his salary, wage and compensation. Among those saying this are the United States Supreme Court, and ALL people quoted in the years just prior to and just following the adoption of the 16th Amendment, including those quoted in the Congressional Record, Law Reviews, the Journal of Political Science and the New York Times.
Other People say the 16th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution gives the government the power to impose a direct, un-apportioned tax on the People’s labor, as measured by salaries, wages and compensation. Among the people saying this are lower court judges, those at the IRS and DOJ, H&R Block, tax attorneys, intimidated jurors and the news reporters who quote them.
What officials from the congressional committees, the Treasury Department and the White House were saying in their written correspondence in the years 1913-1916 would prove invaluable in resolving this conflict. >--->
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