The Truth About Income Tax
Original post made by mark on Mar 23, 2010
by William Dean A. Garner
The Rothschild-Owned Federal Reserve Bank: "I've got you, my pretties!"
The more people like me speak out about this, the more will scratch their heads and go, "No way!" or "You're an idiot, Garner!" or, worst of all, "You're not an American!"
I've heard this crap before, and it always comes from ignorant souls who just don't understand how the political and economic systems work in the western world.
After more than 30 years of anecdotal research, connecting thousands of dots across an endless sky, a distinct pattern begins to emerge, something I'll share a bit with you here. First, there're other brave souls out there who also have researched this contentious topic, and have drawn similar conclusions. And we've all done so independently, which makes our conclusions all the more striking. I've said this before and it bears repeating: the evil family Rothschild, which controls what I term The First Sphere of Influence in the western world, hides in plain sight. They even flaunt their wealth and control and power over us with such arrogance and contempt that it cannot be ignored, even by like-minded people as they.
Where shall I start?
The U.S. income tax was a long sought-after tax the Rothschilds had attempted to bring on since the late 1770s, but it was strongly resisted by Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, James Madison and John Adams, among other less-known (to contemporary audiences) American Patriots. Traitor Alexander Hamilton, a bastard child born in the warm Caribbean, was our first Secretary of the Treasury, sent to the US by the Rothschilds to establish the first central bank. Hamilton had been groomed from the start by the Rothschilds, although few people actually knew of his true identity. Aaron Burr, Hamilton's killer, knew of his background and often chided and bullied him over it, until Burr finally slapped Hamilton across the face with a leather glove, thus issuing the challenge that killed Hamilton.
While Thomas Jefferson vehemently fought against the creation of such a bank, George Washington believed that Hamilton knew what he was doing and thus must be correct. They bank was started . . . and suddenly plunged the nascent United States into debt.
When the central bank's charter expired, it was not renewed, so the Rothschilds punished the "Colonies" by having the British attack the US again to commence the War of 1812. When the US "won" the war, once again expelling the RedCoats from our lands, the Rothschilds reveled in their own victory, having established yet another central bank that drained the US taxpayers of their Personal Income.
When this bank's charter ran its course, the whole Rothschild-US President [Fill In The Blank] battle started again, with one side winning a victory over the other in the ensuing 70 years. Without dredging up reams of references from our beloved annals of history, please note that President Andrew Jackson was instrumental in fighting the Rothschilds, although they tried on numerous occasions to assassinate him.
It wasn't until 1913 that Senator Nelson Aldrich and his fascist "American Rothschilds" managed to sneak through a bill, during the winter break of the House of Representatives, that imposed a formal personal income tax on all Americans.
Our notion that our personal income taxes go to paying for our country's infrastructure, social services, military, etc. is inaccurate, to say the least. Our personal income taxes first are collected by the US Treasury via the Internal Revenue Service, which sends the funds to the Federal Reserve, which is NOT a federal bank of any sort. The privately owned Federal Reserve, which is owned by the Rothschilds and, to a smaller extent, other banking families, then sends our tax dollars to its own Bank of England, which is located in the sovereign area of London called The City of London.
Interestingly, The City of London has its own laws, security forces and military, completely independent of the rest of London and the entire United Kingdom. It is considered the most elite banking and economic center in the western world.
The Bank of England, again, owned by the Rothschilds, sends our tax dollars to other central banks, all privately owned, and located in Europe.
Why do we even pay this illegal personal income tax, when our own government can operate without it?
Because our government borrows heavily from the Rothschilds and must pay interest on these loans. Our personal income tax offsets these interest payments. All usurious, of course. And all illegal.
In the coming months, I'll share more with you. I realize that this information is hard to take, given we've been raised on the notion that we live in a free and democratic society, and our hard-earned money goes toward our benevolent US government.
In effect, my fellow Americans, it is all a lie.
The good news is that these bare facts are now more visible than ever and, with sufficient time and effort, people like me will get this word out. We have already seen the power of the American people against the healthcare reform bills: a stunning backlash against the Brzezinski Cartel and The First Sphere of Influence.
Backlashes like we're seeing now are just the beginning of a new American Revolution, one that we actually win. This time.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: William Dean A. Garner is a New York Times bestselling ghostwriter and editor of many fiction and nonfiction books. A former biophysicist, US Army Airborne Ranger, and Corporate Mercenary, Garner did 211 overseas missions over a nine-year period, escorting clients out of hostile territories so they could have a voice of peace, freedom and liberty. He writes and speaks about the dangers of The First Sphere of Influence, a global cartel controlled by the family Rothschild.
This entry was published on Saturday, January 23rd, 2010 at 14:52 and is filed under Absurd, Brzezinski, Business, Communism, Democracy, Economics, Entertainment, Evolution, Fascism, Freedom, Healthcare, IRS, Income Tax, Politics, Power, Socialism, Terrorism, US Constitution, US Treasury, Wall Street. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.
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