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History…What’s NOT Taught in Schools: Part1

26 April, 2015

Greetings and thanks for stopping by The Countdown to see what’s new on the menu.

Today, and actually for the next few sessions, we will be discussing ‘recipes’ that we have gotten used to but their origins are much older than what we thought!

Pastor Bob – from the 5 doves on the blog roll has been giving us all a little lesson in ‘little known recipes’ about the ‘good ‘ol U.S.A’…

Here’s the first lesson – and please do your own research to make sure there aren’t errors…

For many of you this will be a shock to your nervous system.  First off, the IRS is not a U.S. agency!  The Bureau of Internal Revenue (BIR), aka the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), was never created by any Act of Congress.  It is not an agency of the Department of Treasury.  The only mention of the IRS appears in 31 United States Code Section 301-315 stating that the President is authorized to appoint an Assistant General Counsel in the U.S. Department of Treasury to be the Chief Counsel for the IRS.

In the 1979 case of Chrysler vs. Brown (441 U.S. 281), the U.S. Supreme Court admitted that, after searching back to the Civil War, no organic Act for the IRS could be found.  The Guarantee Clause in the Constitution establishes a Federal rule of law (Article I, Section 4).  We are supposed to be a nation of laws — not a Nation of Globalist’ edicts.  The IRS is not a US agency because there is no such US law creating it.  The IRS is a fraud, a charade, bilking us only because we have let them get away with it.

The IRS is a Puerto Rican Trusts operated by the Secretary of the Treasury, as the Trustee.  The settler and beneficiaries of these trusts are unknown, and conveniently enough, the Puerto Rican laws governing trusts keeps these entities secret.  Actually, they’re not totally secret any longer, the cat got out of the bag with former World Bank lawyer, and whistle blower Karen Hudes, who has been interviewed by quite a few Internet web sites, let it out that the Jesuits and Vatican control the world’s money.  In one of her interviews last year or 2013, she noted the 60/40 split of the taxpayer payments;  40% to the Bank of England (Rothschild’s) and 60% to the Vatican.

Although concealed, according to US Code 31, Chapter 3, the Internal Revenue Service and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms are all one organization.  Acquired by conquest, the US gained possession of the Philippine Islands, Guam, and Puerto Rico.  The Philippine Customs Administration Act was passed by the Philippine Commission between 1900 and1902.  It was created to regulate trade with foreign countries and to impose custom duties and excise taxes.  This Act created the Federal government’s first trust fund, Trust Fund #1 (US Code 31, Sec. 1321) and was administered under the general control of the Secretary of Finance and Justice.

In 1904 another Act was passed that created Trust Fund #2 and was known as The Bureau of Internal Revenue (US Code 31, Sec. 1321, Article I, Sec. 2 & 3):

“There shall be established a Bureau of Internal Revenue, the chief officer of which Bureau shall be known as the Collector of Internal Revenue.  He shall be appointed by the Civil  Governor, with the advice and consent of the Philippine Commission, and shall receive a salary at the rate of eight thousand pesos per anum.  The Bureau of Internal Revenue shall belong to the department of Finance and Justice.”

“The Collector of Internal Revenue, under the direction of the Secretary of Finance and Justice shall have general superintendence of the assessment and collection of all taxes and excises imposed by this Act or by any Act amendatory thereof, and shall perform such other duties as may be required by law.”

This in effect made the Customs Administrative Act within the jurisdiction of the Bureau of Internal Revenue in the Philippines, merging the two to be responsible for “all taxes and excises imposed by this Act” – import and export excise taxes.

Prior to 1940, another Bureau of Internal Revenue was created in Puerto Rico and known as Trust Fund #62.  Under the Reorganization Plan #3 of 1940 (US Code 5, Section 903), the Federal Alcohol Administration (created to enforce prohibition of alcohol) was abolished and their functions transferred to the Secretary of Treasury through the BIR.  Although the history has been removed from the older editions of the USC, it can be deduced that the Federal Alcohol Administration was absorbed by the Puerto Rico Trust #62.

The China Trade Act was passed between 1904 and 1938 and dealt with opium, cocaine, and citric wines shipped out of China, which appeared to be administered in the Philippines by the BIR.  The Code of Federal Regulations of the USA, Title 26 Internal Revenue Code, Chapter I, references for the first time terms such as income, credits, withholding, assessment, and collection and failure to file a return.  However, the entire substance of Title 26 applies to foreign individuals, foreign corporations, foreign ships, income from sources within the possession of the United State, and citizen and domestic corporations of the USA that derived income from sources within the possessions of the USA.

All taxes covered by these laws were for imposts, excise taxes and duties to be collected by the BIR for narcotics, alcohol, tobacco, and firearms.   The IRS Act of 1939 applied to all taxes and duties collected on trade between US possessions (Philippines, Puerto Rico, District of Columbia, Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands) and foreign individuals, corporations and governments.  A point of fact is that Al Capone was not jailed for income tax evasion — he was jailed for unpaid tax due on alcohol imported from Canada!

The Congress passed for the years 1943 to 1944, the Victory Tax Act duped patriotic Americans into paying taxes to support winning World War II.  The federal government created the clever lie that this tax applied to all Americans by sending out tax form 1040 to everyone.

In fact, only employees of the federal government, residents of the District of Columbia, residents of naval bases, residents of military forts, US citizens of the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, territories and possessions were lawfully required to file and pay the Victory Tax.

When the Victory Tax law expired in 1944, the news media NEVER announced it to the public, and so the devious Federal government simply continued sending out the 1040 forms in spite of the fact that no citizen of the 48 United States was ever liable to pay the tax in the first place.

In 1853, the US surrendered control over the Philippines.  Many unanswered questions still remain about Trust Fund #1 (custom duties) and Trust Fund #2 (internal revenue), such as why they continue to be administered to this day, and who exactly are the settlers and beneficiaries of the trusts.  From the comments of the former World Bank lawyer and whistle blower Karen Hudes, it seems we know the obvious answer.  Remember, we are talking hundreds of billions of dollars being taken in by the IRS.

It is no coincidence that in 1953, the Secretary of Treasury, G.K. Humphrey, under no legal authority but his own, changed the name of the BIR to Internal Revenue Service, by signing Treasury Order #150-06.  Whether Humphrey changed the IRS’ name in the Philippines or in Puerto Rico is unknown.

Without the approval of Congress or the President, Humphrey illegally turned the Trust(s) into a Department of Treasury agency.  No one opposed or even so much as challenged it.  Speaks poorly of the political leadership in power at the time, or perhaps their own corrupt agenda!

In 1954, the US and Guam became partners under the Mutual Security Act.  The IRS Code of 1954 was also passed and coordinated “Individual Income Tax” for the US and Guam.  Since the Constitution forbids un-apportioned direct taxes on the people of the United States, the Federal government had to trick people into volunteering to pay taxes as US citizens of either Guam, Puerto Rico or the US Virgin Islands.

Now, fast forward to 1972 when, again with no legal authority, Acting Secretary of the Treasury, Charles E. Walker signed Treasury Order #120-01, establishing The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (BATF).  Walker apparently branched out the IRS, creating the BATF, and then joined them back together into one entity.  The Federal Register, Vol. 41, #180 (1976) states:  “The terms ‘Director, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division’ has been replaced by the term ‘Internal Revenue Service’.”

However, Walker then cancelled out the order by declaring:

“The terms ‘Director, Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division’ and ‘Commissioner of Internal Revenue’ whenever used in regulations, rules, and instructions, and forms, issued or adopted for the administration and enforcement of the laws specified in paragraph 2 hereof, which are in effect or in use on the effective date of this Order, shall be held to mean ‘the Director’.”

Walker created the BATF from Humphrey’s Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division of the Internal Revenue Service.  He then maintains that what he transferred is the same “thing” as the Commissioner of Internal Revenue.  Knowing he had no authority from Congress or the President, Walker made it appear that he had done something he had not done.  To compound this fraud, the Federal Register published that a person was replaced by a thing: “the term Director Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Division has been replaced with the term Internal Revenue Service.”

In 1935 when the Federal Alcohol Act (prohibition) was ruled unconstitutional within the 48 States, the functions of the Federal Alcohol Administration then became administered by the Secretary of Treasury through the BIR, an offshore Trust.  The BIR became the IRS, and the IRS then gave birth to the BATF.  On September 15, 1976, a signature somehow turned the position of Director of the BATF into the IRS.

To summarize, there is no such organization within the Department of Treasury known as “The Internal Revenue Service” or the “Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms.”  In Title 31 USC stating the laws applicable to the Department of Treasury and listing the organizations belonging to it, there is no IRS or BATF listed.  However, both the IRS (Puerto Rico Trust #62) and BATF, are listed as entities “to be audited” by the Controller General and both are referred to as having office(s) in Puerto Rico.

The IRS code of 1939, aka IRS Code of 1954, pertains solely to alcohol, tobacco, and firearms taxes, administered by the IRS — alias BIR, alias Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenue, alias Director ATF Division, alias IRS.

There is no law requiring the people of the United States to pay taxes to the IRS.  That was the determination of Mr. William Benson, author of the two volume work, ‘The Law That Never Was’.  In 1984, Mr. Benson began a project to study each of the states as to whether each had ratified the 16th Amendment.  You can read for yourself the findings of Mr. William Benson by searching ‘The Law That Never Was’ for the whole story on how the myth of the 16th Amendent that was never ratified by the required number of states to enact an income tax on American citizens.  It’s all a giant fraud on an ignorant citizenry.

It’s always difficult to prove a negative, but those who know, understand there has been no law requiring citizens of The United States of America to pay taxes to any Federal Agency, much less Puerto Rican Trusts with secret owners.  According to the IRS’ own figures, they estimate several million US citizens have not voluntarily paid federal income tax for years.  The IRS has chose not to prosecute but rather to ignore and not bring publicity to the issue that there is no law that requires people to pay income tax.  The less publicity, the better their con can continue to exist.

In 2003, a jury acquitted a Memphis-based FedEx pilot – Vernice Kuglin, age 58, of six counts of tax evasion of $250,000 in unpaid taxes based on her income of $920,000 for years1996 through 2001.  The key point here is that the IRS does not want to go a jury trial, which citizens are entitled to by law.  They attempt to bully and intimidate the taxpayer into compliance or making a deal.  You can easily verify the validity of this by searching on “FedEx pilot acquitted on tax evasion charges”.  The press, beyond the local Memphis area did not cover this story and for all intent and purposes it did not exist.  I recall it as if it were yesterday, and at the time I saved the report to my hard drive.  Anyone considering going up against the IRS should read the story because of how Ms. Kuglin dealt with her case and the importance of asking for a jury trial.  I know personally that you can beat the IRS at their own game through a number of ways.  I have been audited three times in my working life and won all three times.  I felt intimidated but I also felt confident in my David/Goliath experience.

According to 44 USC, every regulation or rule must be published in the Federal Register and must be approved by the Secretary of the Treasury.  If there is no regulation, there is no implementation of the law.  There can be found: no regulation governing “failure to file a return”; no regulation governing “failure to file,” and no computer code for “failure to file”.  Oddly enough there is a requirement stating where to file an income tax return, and 26 CFR, Section 1.6091-3 states that “Income tax returns are required to be filed with the Director of International Operations.”  Note the word “International”.  Who is this Director?  Knowing this information on what is not in the Federal Register is nearly as good as having the FedEx pilot’s defense attorney on your case.

No one in the IRS or BATF has any authority to do what they have been doing all these years.  The 1986 Delegation Order #115 states that only the IRS and BATF can conduct audits, but only audits of themselves for $750 or less.  Any audit above that amount must be done by the Controller General.

No IRS or BATF agent or representative can provide any law, rule, or regulation that gives them authority to audit anyone but themselves.

Per 26 CFR, Section 1.6001-1(d), no one is required to keep records or file returns unless specifically notified by the district director by notice served to make such returns, render such statements or keep such specific records as will enable the district director to determine whether or not such person is liable for tax under Subtitle A of the Code.  Furthermore, this rule also applies to State individual income taxes, where “State” solely refers to the District of Columbia, US Virgin Islands, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, Puerto Rico, territories and insular possessions.

IRS Service Publication 6209 lists computer code “TC150” for Virgin Island returns, and Codes 300-398 are listed as US and UK Tax Treaty claims for taxes on narcotics that are financed in the Caymen Islands and imported into the Virgin Islands.

When people having tax problems with the IRS file a ‘Freedom of Information Act’ requesting their “Individual Master File” (IMF), every return has these computer codes except for the Guam returns.  Every return shows that the citizen is being taxed on income that came from importing narcotics, alcohol, tobacco, or firearms in the US or one of its territories/possessions, from a foreign country, or from Guam, Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands or into the Virgin Islands from the Caymen Islands.

26 CFR, Sec. 601.103(a) is the only reference to who is required to file a return, provided that the person has been properly noticed by the District Director to both keep records and is required to file.  Have you ever been sent a notice from the District Director to keep records and file a return?  If you write or print your name on a line marked “taxpayer”, you become the taxpayer.

Since these forms are affidavits, you commit a crime when you fill out the forms confirming what you are not, a taxpayer.  You are a Citizen of the United States of America and subject to the laws of the Constitution of the United States of America.

The late William Cooper, murdered by Arizona sheriff deputies, stated it this way:

“The scam manifest itself in many different ways.  In order to maintain the semblance of legality, hats are changed from moment to moment.  When you are told to submit records for examination; you are dealing with Customs. When you submit an offer in compromise, you are dealing with the Coast Guard.  When you are confronted by a Special Agent of the IRS, you are really dealing with a deputized United State Marshall.  When you are being investigated by the alleged Internal Revenue Service, you are really dealing with an agent contracted by the Justice Department to investigate narcotics violations.  When the alleged Internal Revenue Service charges you are dealing with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms.  Only a small part of 26 USC is administered by the alleged Internal Revenue Service. [MORE TO READ HERE]

Hope y’all liked that historic recipe. Come back next time for part 2, 3, and 4 in the next upcoming weeks or see them at 5doves.

Until then, have fun, stay sharp, keep watch and…

CHeers!

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