- The federal government of the United States has no "police powers"
inside states of the Union
- Taxation under Subtitle A of the Internal Revenue Code is a police
- Because the federal government has no "police powers" inside states
of the Union, the terms "State" and "United States" as used in most
federal statutes means a federal "State" and the federal "United States",
which are part of the federal zone
- The term "United
States" has three distinct definitions according to
the U.S. Supreme Court as revealed in the case of Hooven and Allison
324 U.S. 652 (1945). Which of these three definitions applies
in each specific case where it is used in our laws depends on the context
and the subjective whims of the court and lawyers interpreting
it. This has created confusion throughout the courts and the legal
profession on the issue of federal jurisdiction. This confusion
is a deliberate violation of
Fifth Amendment due process intended to illegally extend
beyond the clear intent of the founding fathers. It has also transformed
us into a society of men instead of law, and undermined our liberties
and rights. Most of the deliberate confusion appearing in our
tax laws and the violation of due process resulting from this confusion
results from incorrect interpretation of the term "United
States" in the context of citizenship and residency. Most
Americans are blissfully unfamiliar with the subtle distinctions made
by lawyers in our laws when this term is used. Our government benefits
financially from a corrupted and improperly enforced income tax law
by keeping Americans ignorant about their citizenship status and constitutional
rights and by promoting this ignorance by mismanaging our public schools.
- Each of the 50 states of the United States of America
are considered sovereign nations under the
law of nations,
and persons born in these sovereign states are "nationals" of their
respective state, and by implication, the country called the "United
- Most persons born in one of the 50 union states are not
"U.S. citizens", but
are "nationals" under
federal statutes and "acts of Congress" and are not the subject nor
the object of the Internal Revenue Code. Furthermore, the term
"United States" as used in the term "
national of the United Statesl" implies the "United States
of America" and not the federal "United States".
- The only reason the U.S. government wants to make you into a "U.S.
citizen" is so that they can make you subject to the jurisdiction
of the federal courts. Once they make you subject to the jurisdiction
of these courts, the corrupt judges in them will do everything in their
power to illegally enforce the income tax and will be rewarded for doing
so by being granted "official
immunity" by their golf and country club buddies in the
Supreme Court and appellate
- The term "United
States" as used in the Internal Revenue Code means the federal
United States, which includes only those entitles listed under
Title 48 of the U.S.
Code plus the District of Columbia plus enclaves within the states
owned by the U.S. government. These areas collectively are referred
to as the "federal zone"
IRS Hoax book.
- Because of the above, the "Internal" in the phrase "Internal Revenue
Code" really means "Internal to the federal United States", which includes
the territories listed under
Title 48 of the U.S.
- If the average American fills any kind of tax form out, it ought
to be a 1040NR form and it
ought to contain all zeros for "income",
because most "income"
comes from outside of the federal "United States".
Furthermore, even if he had "income"
from the federal United States such as a Social Security
check, it would not be "income"
as we point out in section 5.6.6 of the
IRS Hoax book because it would not be profit made by a corporation,
which is the only Constitutional type of "income"
as defined by the Supreme Court.
- When we fill out any kind of government form that asks us our citizenship
status, we should expect that the government will try to create a false
presumption that we are "U.S.
citizens" on the form, even though there is no statute allowing
or authorizing them to do this. Therefore, we should modify or
correct every government form we fill out to replace every instance
of "U.S. citizen"
This includes: Applications for naturalization, passports, jury
summons, and voter registration as a bare minimum.
- We need not be concerned about penalties associated with failure
to provide an SSN on a passport application, since there are no implementing
regulations authorizing such penalties. The warning on the
DS-11 form is bogus
and should be disregarded. It is a
FRAUD with a capital "F".