March 3, 2007

Taxes and the New World Order

There are two kinds of taxes: direct taxes and indirect taxes. Any other name applied to any tax still leaves the renamed tax as a direct tax or an indirect tax. Whether they bear the name vat tax, sales tax, poll tax, duty, impost, excise, capitation, flat, stamp, or whatever other name, they nevertheless all remain either a direct tax or an indirect tax.

The men who wrote the U.S. Constitution knew by experience and from their forefathers that whenever in history a nation had a central direct power of taxation or central cartel banking, that tyranny always followed. It might take half a century, but as power corrupts, absolute power corrupts absolutely.

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November 18, 2008

VicBils @ 2:42 pm:

On the weekend, senator Jim Inhofe admitted Congress was told lies about the bailout of the financial system – now revealed as a giveaway to the bankers — and said Congress should take back what is left of the $700 billion “blank check” it gave the Treasury and its coterie of ex-Goldman Sachs manipulators.

“It is just outrageous that the American people don’t know that Congress doesn’t know how much money he (Henry Paulson) has given away to anyone,” Inhofe told Tulsa World. “It could be to his friends. It could be to anybody else. We don’t know. There is no way of knowing.”


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