Saturday, March 31, 2007

Dick and Jane learn about IRS

By Bill Price

Look Jane! Daddy is sad, sad, sad. Why is Daddy so sad, Dick? He got a summons and complaint from the court. What is a summons? Mr. Lee, the mailman told Mommy it is a warning that you must answer a complaint in 20 days or less. What would happen if Daddy did not answer? Daddy said that the IRS will take away our house! Where will we live, Dick? Maybe we will live outside in the park with the birds and bees. Maybe Spot will scare the mean people away when they try to take our house. Yes, Spot will bite mean people!

What is a complaint? Daddy said a complaint is a lawsuit. What does that mean? Daddy said that means that people from the Department of Justice think Daddy is a bad, bad, bad man! He is not bad! Daddy told Mommy that the Justice people and the IRS say that he owes tax, tax, tax and that he must pay much, much more of his money to the IRS. Why does he have to pay much of his money? The IRS people say there is an income tax law that says you must pay a lot of your money to them or the Justice people can put you in jail. That is mean! Who would take care of us, Dick? I don’t know!

Dick, is there a law that says Daddy must pay much of his money to the IRS? No, Jane, Daddy says that there is no law like that, but they made up the story to fool people with. The IRS says regulations can make workers pay, pay, pay. What are regulations? I guess they are words that make people do things. Is there a regulation that makes Daddy pay his money to the IRS? Jane, Daddy told Mommy that the Justice people and the IRS told the judge that a regulation was made for Daddy. Was there? No! No! No! They told the judge that there is a regulation that says Daddy is a government worker. No! No! No! Daddy is a handyman! I know, but the Justice people and the IRS say Daddy is a government worker. They are lying! They are bad people!

Dick, the judge will help Daddy. Jane, Mommy said that most of the judges like the Justice people lie about the pretend law. Remember the Justice people and the IRS made up a story about a law that makes Daddy pay. Why doesn’t Daddy make the justice people show him the law? Daddy said that the judge helps the bad people fool workers by pretending about a law. The judge is scared of the IRS people. Dick, what is the IRS? Daddy says that it is the Internal Revenue Service. What does that mean? Daddy says they are tax collectors that like to take much of the workers money away. Why? I do not know, but Mommy said we cannot go on summer trips any more! She will have to get a job like Daddy to pay, pay, pay the IRS people. Wow! Daddy said the regulation story is make-believe because only a law can give power to a regulation and there is no law like that. Mighty Mouse has power and he would fight those bad IRS people. Jane, I heard the milkman tell Johnny’s Daddy and Mommy that Daddy is a mouse and he will get squashed by the judge, the IRS and the Justice people because they all sing in a choir. Do they? I don’t know, maybe.

Dick let’s tell everyone we know in school, at show and tell, and at Susie’s birthday party tomorrow about the bad people. Yes, like the IRS and the scaredy cat judges and the lying Justice people. Tell them not to listen to their choir when they sing. Yea, when all the other kids hear it they will tell their parents. The bad people will have to hide. Jane, do you think the bad people say the Pledge of Allegiance like we do at school? If they do God will be so mad at them. Why? Because they are lying. Daddy and Mommy said that the truth has the most power. So, we can stay in our own house with Spot. That’s how we will make the bad people go away when they come. We will tell the truth. The End.

Bill Price

Freedom to Fascism, an Orwellian Odyssey

“Come writers and critics who prophesize with your pen – keep your eyes open wide this chance won’t come again – and don’t speak too soon for the wheel is still in spin, and there’s no telling who it will be naming …. for the times they are a changing…” Bob Dylan 1964.

Lately some writers and critics have tried to forewarn the middle class of the coming crisis. Pat Buchanan’s effort to sound the alarm against NAFTA, GATT and the WTO, is a recent example. The media conglomerates have shown time and again just how easily they can manage such forays into the public consciousness. The wheel of fate alluded to in Dylan’s song has come to rest. Names have been named, places revealed, dates are now known and the future then, now occupies its place in history.

George Orwell would have been pleased to see this day in America. Orwell’s novels “Animal Farm” and “1984” predicted a state of totalitarianism in the world. Regrettably, Orwell did not live to see the phenomena you are about to witness. The movie “America, Freedom to Fascism” is an expose’ on the Federal Income Tax, the Federal Reserve Banking/system and finally the facts about an international cartel that has been very busy “arranging” your entire future. It is more powerful than anything you have seen. Ironically, these world planners featured in Aaron Russo’s movie, have something in common with George Orwell, their most notable critic. The cartel’s global plan for the middle class, and the title of Mr. Orwell’s most famous book, could very well share the same name, “Animal Farm”

“Animal Farm” released in 1945 was an ominous warning to the world. There was another ominous release that year, the atomic bombs over Nagasaki and Hiroshima. “Freedom to Fascism” was released in 2006 and with it, something even more powerful than the atomic bomb, the truth.

“Gather round people wherever you roam, and admit that the waters around you have grown - so you better start swimming or you’ll sink like a stone, if to you your time is worth saving, for the times they are a changing…”

Is our time worth saving? Spread the word, by using the most powerful weapon known to man, the truth. Watch and share “America, Freedom to Fascism”.

“Keep your eyes open wide this chance won’t come again…for the times they are a changing...”

This introduction was prepared by Bill Price. The producer and director of “America, Freedom to Fascism”, Aaron Russo does not necessarily endorse the views expressed herein. For additional information on the federal income tax, visit


Blogger Scott C. Haley said...

In 2002, HR 2525, entitled, The Fair Tax Act, began with these words, "CONGRESS FINDS [emphasis added] that the Federal income tax: (1) retards economic growth and has reduced the standard of living of the American public; (2) impedes the international competitiveness of United States industry; (3) reduces savings and investment in the United States by taxing income multiple times; (4) slows the capital formation necessary for real wages to steadily increase; (5) lowers productivity; (6) imposes unacceptable and unnecessary administrative and compliance costs on individual and business taxpayers; (7) is unfair and inequitable; (8) UNNECESSARILY INTRUDES UPON THE PRIVACY AND CIVIL RIGHTS OF UNITED STATES CITIZENS [emphasis added]; (9) hides the true cost of government by embedding taxes in the costs of everything Americans buy; (10) is not being complied with at satisfactory levels and therefore raises the tax burden on law abiding citizens; and (11) impedes upward social mobility."

Regarding point # (8) above, the Fourth Amendment guarantees that we shall be secure in our persons, houses, PAPERS AND EFFECTS unless a proper, lawful warrant is issued to seize something specific. In the 1950s, the outgoing IRS Commissioner, T. Coleman Andrews, made a speech in which he said that enforcement of the Individual Income Tax violates the Fourth Amendment---because the amount of your income is no one's business but yours. In addition, every time you sign a Form 1040, "under penalty of perjury", you are waiving your Fifth Amendment right to protection from self-incrimination. No sovereign individual should be forced to waive his/her Rights.

1:16 AM  
Blogger FredMarshall1937 said...

I don't know who elected to use the word "inherent" in the title to this page, but whoever did obviously doesn't understand the meaning of inherent. There is no law. If there were an inherent law, we wouldn't be asking for it, because it would be there.

2:54 AM  

it wasn't

3:39 AM  

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