The International Monetary Fund is an international money system administered by the United Nations. Article IX of the Articles of Agreement make it immune from all laws.
On 7/22/1944, the IMF was created artificially under the Bretton Woods Agreement. Harry Dexter White, IMF director and CFR member was a Russian spy.
The Department of Treasury can be interchangeable with the IMF as seen in Presidential Documents, Volume 29, #4, pg. 113. The Treasury is under IMF authority.
The United States has not had a Treasury since 1921: 41 Stat. Ch. 214, pg. 654.
The Secretary of Treasury is not paid by the United States government. He is a US Governor of and paid by the IMF. He is a trustee whose Settler and Beneficiaries are unknown.
Public Law 94-564, supra, pg. 5942
U.S. Government Manual, 1990/1991, pgs. 480-481
Secretaries of Treasuries that are U.S. Governors of and paid by the IMF, the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Inter-American Development Bank, African Development Bank, Asian Development Bank, African Development Bank and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, are unregistered agents of foreign powers, and thus guilty of treason.
The official names of the Internal Revenue Service are spelled and capitalized as follows:
Bureau of Internal Revenue
Bureau of Internal Revenue Service
internal revenue service
INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE
Office Revenue Service
Federal Alcohol Administration
Director of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Division
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms
US Virgin Islands Bureau of Internal Revenue
US Internal Revenue Service in Puerto Rico
On 7/9/1953, G.M. Humphrey changed the name of the Bureau of Internal Revenue to the Internal Revenue Service through Treasury Order 150-06.
The IRS reduces public allotment of credit.
In 1992, 82% of what the government borrowed went to the interest on the debt.
48 USC Section 1421l(i) defines income tax laws.
In 1884, it was accepted that the property which every man has is his own labor (and) as it is the original foundation of all other property, so it is the most sacred and inviolable. Therefore, since wages are received as compensation for labor, it can not be legally taxed. Income, however, is the process of profiting from a business (someone else’s labor) or investments, and is taxable, as in a Corporation, which is an artificial entity which is given the right to exist by the State. The Constitution only allows the Congress to collect taxes, and that is limited to a uniform excise tax on gasoline, alcohol, tobacco, telephone bills, firearms, and tires, things revolving in one way or another around interstate commerce.
26-US Code 3402(p) defines voluntary withholding agreements.
Labor is not profit.
In the case U.S. vs Ballard, it was determined income is not defined in the Internal Revenue Code.
In Eisner vs. Macklemore, it was determined that income is the gain come to fruition from capital or labor. It is indistinguishable of income.
In Lucas vs. Alexander, it was determined that the 1913 Tax Act refers to income only as profit or gain.
Under the Victory Tax Act, income tax for the years 1943 and 1944 were to be paid in the years 1944 and 1945. It expired at the end of 1944. Employees of the Federal Government, residents of D.C., naval bases, forts, US citizens of Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, territories and insular possessions were lawfully required to pay Victory Tax.
In 31 USC Chapter 3, Subchapter 1, IRS, BATF or secret service are not listed as agencies of the Department of Treasury. The IRS is referenced to be audited by Controller General in Title 31 USC section 713.
Under Delegation Order 115 revision 5 of 5/12/1986, the only delegation of authority to conduct audit, enables the IRS and ATF to only audit themselves and for amounts of $750 or less. Any amount above $750 must be audited by the Controller General according to 31 USC. No other authority to audit exists. Order 191 states they can levy on property but only if in the hands of 3rd parties.
26-CFR 1.6091, explains the Director of International Operations and filing requirements. Nothing is filed with the IRS. There is no regulation pertaining to failure to file. There are no filing requirements.
Al Capone was jailed for tax due on alcohol illegally imported from Canada. He did not pay duties and excises on this alcohol. His partner was Edgar Brothman, the owner of Seagrams, who made a deal with the U.S. Government to get off.
IRS money spends at least a year in a “Quad Zero” account under an Individual Master File. The Director of the IRS can do whatever he wants with the money. It usually proceeds to the Director of the Service Center. Under Treasury Order 91, IRS money is dispersed to the Agency for International Development, the military arm of the United Nations, which provides for district directors, directors of service centers and assistant commissioners to become members of board of directors of the corporation that doles out money.
William Casey, CIA director, and head of AID, funneled millions to the Soviet Union to be spent building the Kama River Truck Factory.
Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution forbids unapportioned direct taxes upon citizens of the 50 states. The Constitution forbids withholding tax.
In Pollock v. Farmers’ Loan & Trust Co., it was concluded that direct taxes must be apportioned.
According to Clause 17 of Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution, the Federal Government is limited to governing its own property.
The federal government can only tax on Federal Government Internal Revenue. The government has no duty to citizens / individuals.
The Federal Government’s taxation is limited to 5 activities:
- domestic corporations charted by the US government
- net profits derived within the US by alien or foreign firms
- net profits from foreign entities
- net profits derived from Federal contracts for government upkeep, excise tax and privileges
- net profits derived from wages and salaries of Federal employees
windfall profits like offshore oil wells,
war profits such as income from states and trusts maintained by the Federal Government for people in the military like Marine Killed In Duty trust fund,
and the State Department.
The power of the Federal Government is limited to regulate commerce with foreign nations and among the several state and Indian tribes, according to Clause 3 of Article 1, Section 8 of the Constitution. In 18 USC Section 921, the term interstate or foreign commerce includes commerce between any place in a state, and any place outside of that state, or within any possession of the United States, not including the Canal Zone or D.C. but such terms does not include commerce between places within the same state but through any place outside of that state.
28 USC Rule 54(c), Application of Terms: “As used in these rules the following terms have the designated meanings. ‘Act of Congress’ includes any act of Congress locally applicable to and in force in the District of Columbia, in Puerto Rico, in a territory or in an insular possession.”
In the IRS manual of 4/21/1989, 1132.72, Collection Division, says: “Executes the full range of collection activities on delinquent accounts, which includes securing delinquent returns involving taxpayers outside the United States and those in United States territories, possessions and in Puerto Rico.”
page 1100-40.1 Director, Office of Taxpayer Service and Compliance: “Responsible for operation of a comprehensive enforcement and assistance program for all taxpayers under the immediate jurisdiction of the Assistant Commissioner (International) …. Directs the full range of collection activity on delinquent accounts and delinquent returns for taxpayers overseas, in Puerto Rico, and in United States possessions and territories.”
page 1100-40.2 “the Criminal Investigation Division enforces the criminal statutes applicable to income, estate, gift, employment, and excise tax laws … involving United States citizens residing in foreign countries and nonresident aliens subject to Federal income tax filing requirements by developing information concerning alleged criminal violations thereof, evaluating allegations and indications of such violations to determine investigations to be undertaken, investigating suspected criminal violations of such laws, recommending prosecution when warranted, and measuring effectiveness of the investigation processes”
The United States Attorney’s Manual of 10/1/1988, Title 6 Tax Division, Chapter 4, page 16, , 6-4.270, Criminal Division Responsibility, states: “The Criminal Division has limited responsibility for the prosecution of offenses investigated by the IRS. Those offenses are: excise violations involving liquor tax, narcotics, stamp tax, firearms, wagering, and coin-operated gambling and amusement machines; malfeasance offenses committed by IRS personnel; forcible rescue of seized property; corrupt or forcible interference with an officer or employee acting under the internal revenue laws; and unauthorized mutilation, removal or misuse of stamps.” See 28 C.F.R. Sec. 0.70.
If you volunteer that you are a U.S. citizen you have become a U.S. citizen. If you write your name on a line labeled taxpayer you have become a taxpayer.
A return is prepared by a taxpayer to submit to Federal Government taxes he/she collected.
A 1040 is an income tax return for non-resident alien citizen of the U.S. Virgin Islands residing in one of 50 states or agent thereof. It’s a non-taxable return and the money derived from it doesn’t go to the government.
A taxpayer is a tax collector who submits taxes as a return to the Federal Government.
A revenue agent is any duly authorized Commonwealth Internal Revenue Agent of the Department of the Treasury of Puerto Rico.
A revenue officer collects taxes and returns then files the returns with the District Director who files the return with the service center showing the taxes he collected in his district. This goes to the super center which files the return with Washington D.C. or with the Secretary of Treasury of Puerto Rico who is the Commissioner of Internal Revenue. He takes deductions for the cost to collect taxes.
An employee is employed by the Federal Government.
An employer is the Federal Government.
An individual is a citizen of Guam or the U.S. Virgin Islands.
A business is a government, bank or insurance company.
A domestic corporation is a corporation residing within D.C., Guam, Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, Philippines, Northern Mariana Trust Territory, territories, and insular possessions.
A resident is an alien citizen of Guam, U.S. Virgin Islands, or Puerto Rico who resides within one of the 50 states of the Union or other island possessions.
The Federal Government must trick its citizens into voluntarily paying taxes as U.S. Citizens of Guam or Puerto Rico. Guam and the U.S. are mutually interchangeable.
In the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, which is the Internal Revenue Code of 1939, the U.S. and Guam are to coordinate individual income tax.
26 CFR 301.7654-1 explains coordination of U.S. and Guam individual income taxes. Section (e) explains military personnel in Guam.
pg. 65 of 26 CFR, created 6/1/1938, pertains to the China Trade Act, administered in the Philippines by the Bureau of internal revenue.
31 USC 1321 is the Philippines Customs Administrative Act passed by the Philippine Commission between 9/1/1900 and 8/31/1902. It merged customs and internal revenue in the Philippines. It is administered under general supervision and control of Secretary of Finance and Justice.
Trust Fund #1 is the Philippine Special Fund (Customs Duties).
Trust Fund #2 is the Philippines Special Fund (internal revenue) enacted by Internal Revenue Law of 1904 pertaining to alcohol taxes in the Philippines.
Article 1, Section 2 created the Bureau of Internal Revenue in the Department of Finance and Justice. The Collector of Internal Revenue is the Chief Officer appointed by the Civil Governor with advice and consent of the Philippines Commission. He is paid 8000 pesos per annum salary.
Article 1, Section 3: Collector of Internal Revenue under direction of Secretary of Finance and Justice shall have general superintendence of assessment and collection of all taxes and excises imposed by this act or any act amendatory thereof.
Trust Fund #62 is the Puerto Rico Special Fund (Internal Revenue).
27 CFR Chapter 1, section 2050.11 of 4/1/1994 defines:
Revenue Agent as any internal revenue agent of Treasury of Puerto Rico,
Secretary as Secretary of Treasury of Puerto Rico, and
US ATF Office as Puerto Rico operating under compliance with the North Atlantic region.
Tax Class 6 are violations of alcohol, tobacco or firearms in Puerto Rico.
In IRS publication 6209, IRS computer code “TC 150” is for Virgin Islands Returns. Codes 300 – 398 are listed as U.S. and UK Tax Treaty claims involving taxes on narcotics financed in the Cayman Islands and imported into the Virgin Islands.
Form 8288 is a backup withholding form for when you import narcotics into the Virgin Islands. Withhold 20% and pay to the Commissioner of Narcotics.
The Internal Revenue Manual, Handbook of Delegation Orders of January 17, 1983, page 1229-91 outlines the alleged Internal Revenue Service’s system of monetary awards “of up to and including $5,000 for any one individual employee or group of employees in his/her immediate office, including field employees engaged in National Office projects; and contributions of employees of other Government agencies and armed forces members” with the approval of the Deputy Commissioner, “of $5,001 to $10,000 for any one individual or group” with approval of the Deputy Commissioner, “of $10,001 – $25,000 for any one individual or group” with the Commissioner’s concurrence, “an additional monetary award of $10,000 (total $35,000) to the President through Treasury and OPM” with the Commissioner’s concurrence.
The Federal Alcohol Administration Act, 27 USC 201, was created under the National Industrial Reconstruction Act, creating the Federal Alcohol Administration which was declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court in the 1930s. Under 1940 Reorganization Plan #3, 5 USC 903 Subsection 8 and 9, its office abolished and functions directed to be administered under supervision of Secretary of Treasury through Bureau of Internal Revenue. It was transferred to the Philippines Bureau of Internal Revenue.
Reorganization Plan 26 of 1950 transferred the duties of the IRS related to alcohol, tobacco and firearms.
See 26 USC Chapters 51 – 53,
Chapters 61 – 80,
Section 7652, and 7653 in relation to tax and
27 USC Chapter 8.
On 6/6/1972, Charles E. Walker issued Treasury Order 120-01 to establish the ATF without legislation or knowledge of the people. It created the Director, Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms division.
The ATF is an international police organization made up of the Philosophers of Fire exempt from the laws of the USA.
Their jurisdiction is Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The Regional Director of Compliance is the Puerto Rico BATF. The only illegal arms are ones imported from Puerto Rico and taxes not paid on them.
In 1975 it was named the Internal Revenue Service.
In the 12/15/1976 edition of the Federal Register, Director, ATF replaced by IRS.
Title 26-USC Chapters 61 to 80 doesn’t pertain to the public. Regulations apply to officers and employees and the ATF / IRS. It explains procedures that include: keeping records, examination of records, determination of district director whether required to file return, internal audit, IRS can audit if under $750, if over $750, it must be conducted by the Inspector General, filing requirements, record keeping, examination assessment, how to pay, tax court, criminal investigation and prosecution. These are delegated to the BATF in Puerto Rico, the Puerto Rican and the Virgin Islands tax agency. They are only relevant to Puerto Rican product. Not permitted to obtain records pertaining to Chapters 61 and 80.
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