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Friday, August 13, 2004

 

Accidentally discovered website of the Day

http://www.takebackthemedia.com/bushnonazi.html

 

OWNERSHIP..another Bush video to creep you out

One of his other little pieces of excrement he calls an AD is the "OWNERSHIP" video. He starts off about people owning their own home or owning their own business.

I want to know about who the HELL he is talking about. Let's say you SUPPOSEDLY own your own home or business. If you OWN it outright with no liens, should you have to pay protection money to someone every year in order to keep it? NO?

Try not paying the protection money that cities call "property tax" or try not paying what they call "your income tax". Let's see how long you own your house or business. The city/federal government will send their bully boys called "The Sheriff" to evict you and sell what you thought you owned.

As to WHY there is the income tax, there are others who dissect and investigate this far more eloquently than I, but it is true our country worked just fine and wasn't dying for lack of money prior to the so called passage of the income tax amendment or 16th amendment.

http://members.cox.net/frdmftr/irs.htm
""No Capitation, or other Direct, tax shall be laid unless in Proportion to the Census or enumeration herein before directed to be taken."
Article I, Section 9, Clause 4,
United States Constitution"

"Capitation.
(Lat. caput, head). A poll-tax. An imposition yearly laid upon each person.
The Constitution of the United States provides that "no capitation or other direct tax shall be laid, unless in proportion to the census, or enumeration, thereinbefore directed to be taken." Art. 1, s. 9, n. 4. See Hylton v. U.S., 3 Dall. (U.S.) 171, 1 L. Ed. 556; Loughborough v. Blake, 5 Wheat. (U.S.) 317, 5 L. Ed. 98.

--Bouvier's Law Dictionary Unabridged (1914)"

"Direct Tax.
In Pollock v. Trust Co., 157 U. S. 429, 15 Sup. Ct. 673, 39 L. Ed. 759, it was said that in order to determine whether a tax be direct within the meaning of the constitution it must be ascertained whether the one upon whom, by law, the burden of paying it is first cast, can thereafter shift it to another person. If he cannot, the tax would then be direct, and hence, however obvious in other respects it might be a duty, impost or excise, it cannot be levied by the rule of uniformity and must be apportioned. This was said in Knowlton v. Moore, 178 U. S. 41, 20 Sup. Ct. 747, 44 L. Ed. 969, to be a disputable theory. It is said direct taxes within the constitution are only capitation taxes, as expressed in that instrument, and taxes on real estate; Springer v. U.S., 102 U. S. 586, 26 L. Ed. 253; but the inclusion of rentals from real estate was held to make it direct to that extent; Pollock v. Trust Co., 157 U.S. 429, 15 Sup. Ct. 673, 39 L. Ed. 759, where it is said, although there have been from time to time intimations that there might be some tax which was not a direct tax nor included under the words duties, imposts and excises, such a tax for more than a hundred years has as yet remained undiscovered.
Direct taxes include those assessed upon property, person, business, income, etc., of those who pay them; while indirect taxes are levied upon commodities before they reach the consumer, and are paid by those upon whom they ultimately fall, not as taxes, but as part of the market price of the commodity. Under the second head may be classed the duties upon imports, and the excise and stamp duties levied upon manufactures; Cooley, Taxation 10.
See Tax; Excise.

--Bouvier's Law Dictionary Unabridged (19140"

Now, get ready for a shocker. The Old CodeMeister is now going to give a link to Rush Limbaugh's website.
http://www.rushonline.com/visitors/16thamendment.htm
"16th Amendment - RushOnline.com

The 16th amendment does not give the IRS the right to collect personal income tax. Read this e-mail carefully and then check it all out. All ref to law is given.

The first thing we're going to do is look at what the Constitution says about taxation. The limitations in the Constitution restricting the direct taxation of individuals and their property are found in Article 1 in two different sections. Both sections specifically restrict the Federal government as to how it may lay direct taxes on the citizens.

Article 1, Section 2, Clause 3 states: "Representative and direct taxes shall be apportioned among the several states which may be included within this union, according to their respective numbers," and Article 1, Section 9, Clause 4 states: "No capitation or other direct tax shall be laid, unless in apportionment to the Census or enumeration herein before directed to be taken."

These basic sections of the Constitution have never been repealed or amended. The Constitution still forbids the direct taxation of individuals, their property, and their rights, unless the tax is apportioned to the State governments for collection.

And Article 1, Section 10, Clause 1 states: "No State shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation; grant letters of marquee and reprisal; coin money; emit bills of credit; make anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts; pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts, or grant any title of nobility."

This Clause in the Constitution is why NEITHER the Federal, nor the State governments have any authority, either OVER, or TO UNILATERALLY ALTER, PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACTS.

In 1895, Congress tried to pass an Act that imposed income taxes on the interest and dividends of U.S. citizens on deposit in U.S. banks. This Act was immediately struck down in Pollock vs Farmer's Loan and Trust Co. (157 US 429), wherein the Supreme Court ruled that it is unconstitutional to impose an income tax on the interest and dividends of United States Citizens on deposits in U.S. banks. The court ruled that the tax was unconstitutional because it was a direct tax that was not apportioned as required by the Constitution.This decision has never been reversed or overturned.

Excerpts from the Pollock decision include:

"...Ordinarily, all taxes paid primarily by persons who can shift the burden upon someone else, or who are under no legal compulsion to pay them, are considered indirect taxes; but a tax upon property holders in respect of their estates, whether real or personal, or of the income yielded by such estates, and the payment of which cannot be avoided, are direct taxes..."

And,"...Subsequently, in 1869, .... The question arose whether the law which imposes such a tax upon them was constitutional. The opinion of the Attorney General thereon was requested by the Secretary of the Treasury.

The Attorney General, in reply, gave an elaborate opinion advising the Secretary of the Treasury that no income tax could be lawfully assessed and collected upon the salaries of those officers who were in office at the time the statute imposing the tax was passed, holding on this subject the views expressed by Chief Justice Taney. His opinion is published in Volume XIII of the Opinion of the Attorney General, at page 161. I am informed that it has been followed ever since without question by the department supervising or directing the collection of the public revenue..."

And; "...A tax upon one's whole income is a tax upon the annual receipts from his whole property, and as such falls within the same class as a tax upon that property, and is a direct tax, in the meaning of the Constitution...."

And, "...We have unanimously held in this case that, so far as this law operates on the receipts from municipal bonds , it cannot be sustained, because it is a tax on the powers of the States, and on their instrumentalities to borrow money, and consequently repugnant to the Constitution.

It follows that, if the revenue from municipal bonds cannot be taxed because the source cannot be, the same rule applies to revenue from any other source not subject to the tax; and the lack of power to levy any but an apportioned tax on real and personal property equally exists as to the revenue therefrom.

Admitting that this act taxes the income of property irrespective of its source, still we cannot doubt that such a tax is necessarily a direct tax in the meaning of the Constitution. In England, we do not understand that an income tax has ever been regarded as other than a direct tax. In Dowell's History of Taxation and Taxes in England, given, and an income tax is invariably classified as a direct tax.."

And, even in dissent:...that personal property, contracts, obligations, and the like, have never been regarded by Congress as proper subjects of direct tax. The United States Constitution provides Congress the power to lay and collect taxes directly only as long as it is apportioned with regard to the census or enumeration."

Then, in 1913 Congress passed the 16th Amendment which says, "Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on income, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several states, and without regard to any census or enumeration."

So that changed everything, right? Well, NO ! That is not what the Supreme Court ruled. What the Supreme Court ruled, in Brushaber vs Union Pacific R.R. Co. and in Stanton vs Baltic Mining Co., is that since the provisions of Article I, requiring that direct taxes be apportioned, were not repealed, they are still in full force and effect. And, that since the language of the 16th Amendment specifies that the income tax is to be a tax without apportionment, then it cannot be a direct tax, because otherwise the Constitution would inherently contradict itself, which cannot be allowed to happen. Article I cannot prohibit direct taxation unless apportioned, while the 16th Amendment grants the power to lay direct taxes without apportionment, because then the Constitution would inherently contradict itself and could no longer serve as a valid foundation for our Law. So, to specifically prevent the Constitution from contradicting itself, the Supreme Court ruled that since the 16th Amendment provides for an income tax without apportionment, then the income tax cannot be a direct tax.

But, there are only two major classes of taxation authorized in the Constitution; direct taxes and indirect taxes. So, if the income tax cannot be a direct tax, then it must be an indirect tax. Indirect taxes are classified into three minor categories in the Constitution: imposts, duties and excises. If you remember, the income tax started in 1861 as an Income Duty and a Federal employee "kickback", imposed only on foreign imports and Federal employees, which was contained and allowed within the Constitutional category of duties. As a duty it was only imposed on the flow of foreign goods into America, NOT DOMESTIC GOODS, NOR DOMESTIC INCOME.

Obviously today, the income tax is not currently being enforced as a duty, so the questions are: "Did the 16th Amendment create a new congressional power to tax directly ?", and; "How did the 16th Amendment change the income tax ?". The answer to the first question was supplied by the Supreme Court in Stanton v. Baltic Mining Co., 240 US 112 (1916), stating:"...by the previous ruling, it was settled that the provisions of the 16th Amendment conferred no new power of taxation but simply prohibited the previous complete and plenary power of income taxation possessed by Congress from the beginning from being taken out of the category of indirect taxation to which it inherently belonged.."

The Supreme Court clearly states that the 16th Amendment DID NOT create a new power to tax the People in a direct fashion without apportionment, AS IS FRAUDULENTLY CLAIMED BY THE IRS.

So, if it is not a direct tax, then it is still an indirect tax, but, possibly, no longer a duty. Then; "What kind of tax is the income tax now?" In the "previous ruling" referenced above, Brushaber v. Union Pacific R.R. Co. 240 US 1 (1916), the court stated:"...taxation on income was in its nature an excise ..." , and "...taxes on such income had been sustained as excises in the past...". specifically, "Moreover, in addition, the conclusion reached in the Pollock case did not in any degree involve holding that income taxes generically and necessarily came within the class of direct taxes on property, but, on the contrary, recognized the fact that taxation on income was in its nature an excise entitled to be enforced as such unless and until it was concluded that to enforce it would amount to accomplishing the result which the requirement as to apportionment of direct taxation was adopted to prevent, in which case the duty would arise to disregard form and consider substance alone,..."

The Court ruled that the 16th Amendment effectively transformed the income tax from an indirect duty to an indirect excise. It is not a direct tax without apportionment. And, if we examine the law closely, that is exactly what we find; that the income tax is imposed and applied under the law, as an indirect excise, ONLY imposed on specific entities (Federal), and sources of "taxable income" (privileged).

So, what is an excise tax ? Fortunately, the Supreme Court used to know what it was doing, and both of these decisions, Brushaber and Stanton, refer you to another case handed down five years earlier, Flint vs Stone Tracy Co. 220 U.S. 107 (1911), in which the Supreme Court ruled that excise taxes are:"...taxes laid on the manufacture, sale or consumption of commodities within the country, upon licenses to pursue certain occupations and upon corporate privileges; the requirement to pay such taxes involves the exercise of the privilege and if business is not done in the manner described no tax is payable...it is the privilege which is the subject of the tax and not the mere buying, selling or handling of goods."

The Supreme Court effectively establishes with this ruling that excise taxes are manufacturing taxes, sales taxes, and taxes on privileges. Privileges in the form of either licenses to pursue certain occupations, corporate privileges, and any other privileges granted to the individual by the government as well. One of these other privileges, is the privilege of being protected by the United States government in a foreign country under a tax treaty. The government normally would have no jurisdiction or ability to protect you or your business interests in a foreign country, but because of the existence of the tax treaty with that foreign government, your business is protected by the U.S. government outside their jurisdictional boundaries (the United States).

That protection, being afforded by the tax treaty, is construed to be a privilege granted to you by the government; and therefore, the income earned in that foreign country under the tax treaty, is privileged income and subject to the income tax.

Sincerely,

Ken Handy"
---------SNIP----------
Now, lemme ask you my droogs, if you knew, I mean KNEW that the income tax was in essence a scam, enforced by color of law tomorrow...let's say God himself / herself, talked to you tomorrow and said yes little Joe, or Sally, or whatever, it's true, it's illegal and all a scam, would you quit paying taxes?

I assert that 99.9 percent of the people currently paying income taxes, if they were given absolute proof tomorrow tha the income tax was really not a legal tax and was being enforced on them under color of law, that they would still go on paying it.

WHY?

For the same reason that old Sal the butcher in Little Italy would keep paying Guido, the bent nosed enforcer of the Sicilian mob every week the protection money. Why? Because guys with guns will come and get you if you don't pay up.

 

ALL THE BUSH VIDEOS (MY subtitle is All the Old Dudes"

There was a song in my youth called "All the Young Dudes" by Mott the Hoople.
I call the vids of George and Company, "All the Old Dudes". His administration is full of his daddy's compadres and hangers on, people like Cheney, Rumsfeld, and the rest. A lot of them are signatories to that Project for a New American Century (PNAC) bullshit.

Anyway, I've had the chance to review the videos both on television and on his website. I can sum them up in one word, "creepy". Know why?
They creep me out. One is Nuestro Pais, Nuestro Presidente .

Since I speak a bit o' Espanol, that means Our Country, Our President, but I like Our Presidente BETTER, because he wants to make this country into his own personal banana republic from the sugar cane fields of his brother's state in Florida, down to the state he Sh*t on and ruined as governor, Tejas (Texas)...out to the state his buddy, the Governator owns, uh, "runs", Arnie Swartzenegger.

During the video, you see the flag of Mexico. What the hell is the flag of Mexico doing in a video when it is supposedly about OUR COUNTRY?

By the by, speaking of Arnold, the Governator....what's in a name. Well, Arnold means
Arnold (deutsch) = kühner Herrscher ("bold leader"). SCHWARZE in German Means "black one". Now some have said that the "egge" means a harrow.In German "Egge" being a farming tool made of iron with lots of sharp, pointed hooks. An egge was pulled by horse or tractor face down to prepare the soil for the seeds by creating evenly indented rows .

So a Schwarzen Egge- would be a Black Harrow, though some have said it should be black field or black meadow.

 

George and Laura Bush's latest commercial- Computer Generated?

Yesterday, sometime, I saw a new commercial with King George the W and Queen Laura.
Just to make sure I wasn't somehow having a nightmare or something, I had the occasion to see the commercial again today.

Firstly, it's weird. The thing I first noted was the lighting. The light meter must have been going on the scale on the prep for that commercial. King George and Queen Laura are literally BATHED in light.

Now, I found the SAME commercial online at
http://www.georgewbush.com/VideoAndAudio/
SOLEMN DUTY

But, they are intentionally lit differently. This sounds like a petty thing to the layperson, however, photographers, directors, cameramen, et al, KNOW that light is extremely important for setting mood, tone, emotion, etc.

If you don't think so...take a picture of yourself outside during the "magic hour", about 20 minutes before sundown (or during the hour before sunset when the golden glow is seen), and then, take the same picture of you after dark, lit only by a flashlight under your chin. In one, you look like a movie star and look attractive, in the latter scenario, you look ghoulish like Frankenstein.

And, just listen to the creepy message near the end.

What bugged me was the fact that these two characters , in the commercial, had a weird CGI or computer generated image effect..." ...a mom or a dad having to make the decision of which child to pick up first after September the 11th".

WHAT THE F*CK!

You, George Bush, sat there with the book MY PET GOAT in your hands for SEVEN FRIGGIN' MINUTES...not doing a damn thing while three thousand people were dying and many, many others were getting hurt and losing children.

Don't get on your high horse. You did NOTHING to STOP 9/11 from happening.

You were told that our nation was under attack, not knowing if it were nuclear or what, and you sit there reading MY PET GOAT? That's your solemn duty to sit there?

It is ironic that you were at least at your reading level and doing what YOU should be doing. You SHOULD be back in elementary school. And hey, what about that military physical you never showed up for? Think it's time yet?

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