The obsession by the mainstream media and the progressive voting public over Donald Trump’s income tax returns and whether he paid any income tax is reflective of the power of propaganda, the immorality of government, its denizens and the establishment media, and the vacuousness of the American public.
It stems from the notion pounded into people’s heads from birth that income taxes fund government and everyone must “pay their fair share.” The income tax system is theft, and this theft is confirmed by the fact that before you even get your check representing the fruits of your labor, government has taken its cut – the firstfruits (The payroll deduction ploy is one of the great deceptions of all time. I’m convinced that if the people had to write a check to government each month to pay their “taxes” there would be a revolt). It is part of the phony altruistic nonsense I have written about before, and I wrote about again on Monday.
So important is the “income tax system” as a cover-up that it is regulated by threat, coercion, mass brainwashing and a whole system of witchcraft called the tax code. Remember, governments have to conceal their greatest secret, their money machine. (You can read more about this in my column, “Income Tax 101: Do you know what it really is?”)
The “income tax” is not a constitutional issue. It is a system of Phariseeism promoting general and widespread social depravity and spiritual immorality. It is indeed a spiritual deception. It is a complete and absolute brainwash and so big as to defy inquiry. The system is inbred.
But back to Trump and the issue of his income tax. The income tax code mentioned above is part and parcel of government immorality. The code is created by government men with the sole purpose of manipulating the people, coercing certain behaviors — most of them beneficial to government and crony businesses yet destructive to the wealth of the middle class – and legitimizing the distribution of wealth to favored constituencies. Its constant manipulation and expansion has created an indecipherable labyrinth of rules and regulations so convoluted that no two IRS agents can provide similar answers to the same question.
A whole industry of parasite lawyers and accountants owe their existence to helping people avoid paying more than the “law” says they “owe” and attempting to get them off the hook when IRS comes down on them with the force of police power and threat of incarceration for not coughing up enough of what the government feels it owns.
Every person filing a 1040 tax form does so hoping to take every deduction and make use of every “loophole” available to him. It’s why Americans spend billions of dollars each year on tax preparers and tax software to help them file their forms. The MSM pundits and talking heads and envy-driven leftists who are yammering over Trump’s income tax returns and badgering the Trump campaign over the $916 million loss Trump reported, as leaked – and probably illegally obtained — by The New York Times, have all used all the rules made available to them in the tax code in order to retain as much of their wealth as possible. This indicates their own hypocrisy and that they subconsciously understand that the income tax is theft, even if their programming won’t allow them to consciously understand it and/or admit it.
During their first debate, Hillary Clinton claimed Donald Trump had paid no taxes, a claim that is disingenuous and designed to stir up more wealth envy among the ignorant public, about half of which pay no income taxes themselves.
Trump’s response was that if he paid no income tax, then he was smart. If his army of tax lawyers and accountants has found a way to use the laws and rules written by government and the IRS to avoid having the government steal from his wealth, then I agree; he’s smart, and so is his tax army.
I’d like that outcome for everyone.
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