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Paying the income tax is VOLUNTARY!

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August 14, 2012 in Activism


The one thing missing from the Jackson interview on 8/13/2012 is the fact that paying the Income tax is voluntary.  I realize the system is fraudulent and deceptive but the underlying problem is not the fraud, it is the fact that the people are led to believe that tax is not voluntary.  Don’t volunteer to pay it.  Read the book, look at the examples on the website (see below).  These are not just people’s stories, but they come with copies of IRS correspondence and cancelled refund checks!!!!  Even for amounts exceeding $30 thousand!  To be fair, the guy is in jail, but not because of his method.  He became a target like Jackson and all the rest.  Also, I have not tried it yet because I am not ready to fight this system on this level.  Don’t hate me for that.  Just read the book and learn the truth and follow your conscience.  He quotes the tax code, which is not law, as well as the constitution, statute and case law.  It is very simple to understand and the book is very short.  Learn the truth and set yourself free.

You get in trouble when you don’t file the return.  Everyone with a SSN must file a return but paying the income tax is VOLUNTARY!  You volunteer when you declare your “private sector earnings” (different from “income”) as “wages” on form 1040 at the end of the year and attesting to it with your signature. They can’t force you to enter that amount in the wages box (read the book and see the online examples).  If you enter an amount under wages, you must pay the tax. Enter “zero” and you un-volunteer to pay the tax on those earnings. Read “Cracking the Code” (only 85pgs) – www.losthorizons.com – and set yourself free.  There are many undeniable and irrefutable examples online. Get refund of income tax AND payroll tax.  If you have no “wages”, then you pay no income tax or social security or medicare.  Also, it doesn’t matter what your employer does because you get a REFUND of everything withheld from your paycheck.  The employers are committing fraud by withholding the money from your check (read the book).  But you can correct that easily and get your return, not matter what the employer does.

I am not an accountant or a tax attorney and I am not giving legal advice.  Read the book and the website and draw your own conclusions.

And here is a post I made on another forum a while back…  For the record, I am volunteering to pay income taxes.

I read letter to the editor of a website that peaked my interest and referred me to this website:


What I read in the letter and on this page piqued my interest, so I purchased the book “Cracking the Code – The Fascinating Truth About Taxation In America” (http://www.losthorizons.com/Cracking_the_Code.htm) and read it. After reading the book, I am thoroughly convinced that paying income taxes is completely voluntary to individuals with private-sector earnings. That is, only people receiving their “wages” from the Federal Government, or from federally connected money, is legally obligated to pay income taxes (in other words, basically people who work for the federal government). The percentage of people who paid income taxes in the 30′s and 40′s was like 3.4%, which happens to be about the amount of people who worked for the government. During the second world war, people were asked to pay income taxes to help with the war effort, and the deception has been on ever since.

How is it constitutional to make some people pay income taxes and not others? The answer is, it IS constitutional, because income tax is not a direct tax, but an excise tax (read the book), which implies a privilege tax. The tax statutes (not the codes) state that it is a privilege to work for the federal government, and that is the reason they are the only ones legally obligated to pay the tax. The IRS uses the W forms to “trick” you into volunteering to pay the tax. Read the book for the explanation. Somewhere on the lost horizons site is a letter from either the IRS or the Social Security Administration or some such that admits that it is free to live and work here in the US. You will have to find it on your own as I cannot locate it at this time.

The book is very short, I read it in about 5 hours. It explains the parts of the constitution that apply to it, as well as the statutes that create the taxes, as well as the supreme court rulings that uphold that fact that private-sector earnings are NOT subject to the income tax. The IRS code IS NOT law, but EVIDENCE of the law. It is intentionally a long and complicated document carefully designed to confuse the public and lead them to believe that they have to pay income taxes. It is a scam. The writers of the code intentionally take ordinary terms and twist their meanings to make it look like the tax applies to us all. The book explains how this all works, and thoroughly debunks that.

I am not a tax professional, and I am not giving tax advice. I simply would urge you all to read the book and make the decision for yourself. However, after reading the book, and seeing the examples on the website, I am already convinced.

The author of the book has literally hundreds of examples of complete refunds of ALL INCOME TAXES INCLUDING PAYROLL TAXES (SS and Medicare). The examples are complete with IRS correspondence refuting the claims and they all end in the IRS admitting that the refunds are correct. See the examples here:








as well as in other places.

Now, to be honest, I believe this guy is currently in jail (appeal is pending I believe), which you can read about here




To be clear, he is not in jail, I am pretty sure, for not paying his taxes. According to him, the lawsuit does not dispute or disprove the facts contained in his book (read the website). They are simply trying to smear him to suppress the book because so many people are learning the truth. Again, go back and look at the hundreds of samples. They are not prosecuting those people, and they are issuing refunds and closing out the accounts. To me those examples are VERY compelling.

There have been other theories that have been proven wrong, and he addresses these and why on his website or in the book. Again, look at the hundreds of samples of actual refunds.

My advice… Read everything on the website, purchase and read the very short book and hire professional help. But, beware the advice of a professional in regard to this, because a professional in this business would soon be out of business if this were true. Who needs tax attorneys and accountants if there are no income taxes to be be paid?

Read the book and decide for yourself. I can guarantee you, after you have read the book, while you may be skeptical, it is very straight forward and clear. Paying income taxes is voluntary! To be honest, I don’t know for sure what I am going to do yet, but I wanted to share this with others so that they may investigate the matter for themselves.

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14 responses to Paying the income tax is VOLUNTARY!

  1. If the private sector is not subject to income tax then why are there so many court cases where people are fined or thrown in prison?

    Link to my concerns on this showing court cases where people argue the private sector issue and lose

  2. It has been about a year and a half since I originally made this post. Since then, I have learned a bit more about this subject. I will have to say that much of the information presented by Pete is correct, but he misses one key point that makes the rest of his information dangerous. You have to understand the relationship between you and the Social Security Administration. The short version is that the nature of the relationship is that of a trust, where we are the trustees of the trust and the government is the beneficiary (look at the back of the card, it does not belong to you). It is voluntary because: 1) you don’t have to apply for a social security number, and if you don’t have one, then you are not a taxpayer, and 2) even if you do have a SSN, you don’t have to use it for employment (thought your employer may ignorantly disagree). If you use the number in employment, then you are subject to the taxes associated with it. Search the net for the case in California where the guy sued Taco Bell because they wouldn’t hire him without a SSN. To understand the true nature of the relationship, you need to visit Team Law (learn how to learn the law at TeamLaw.net ). I would give you a link, but I don’t know of one specific article that addresses the issue, which is covered extensively on the site since the relationship we have with the SSA is the nexus of this taxing issue. I would recommend Team Law’s article which addresses the problem with Pete’s book. http://teamlawforum.net/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=74&start=0

  3. Does anyone else find it odd that there haven’t been any postings to Infowars about the anarchists/sovereign citizens who were involved in the shootout in Louisiana?

  4. Yeah, i think the key word is “income.” The definition of income by the Supreme court refers to payment generated by a corporate activity or investment. Wages and labor for all intensive purposes are supposed to be private property and not taxable for the majority of Americans. I’m not an expert though, i would take some time to study it and make sure your house is in order before resisting.

  5. Amendment XVI
    The Congress shall have power to lay and collect taxes on incomes, from whatever source derived, without apportionment among the several States, and without regard to any census or enumeration.

    • These examples are talking about welfare taxes (which I include SS, medicare, medicaid in.)

    • He addresses the 16th amendment in the book. I don’t remember what it said. You would have to read it. Did you look at the pages with all the examples? They don’t lie. There are literally hundreds of examples of people entering zero for “wages” and getting full refunds, after a little harassing of course. That gives it even more credibility because the IRS fought it and loss.

      • Give me some exact examples where you think these people have the power to override the constitution and the IRS isn’t just being stupid because they don’t look over this stuff very well.

        Article I Section 8
        The congress shall have Power To lay and collect Taxes, Duties, Imposts and Excises, to pay the Debts and provide for the common Defence and general Welfare of the United States; but all Duties, Imposts and Excises shall be uniform throughout the United States.

        Yeah, I’ll trust in the founding fathers before I buy into some crackjob 250 page book. Maybe you should find out why Ron Paul wants to abolish the IRS before you start refusing to pay legitimate taxes.

        • Maybe you should look it up for yourself. I have already given you links to just a few of the many, many examples (complete with copies of IRS correspondence and refund checks). Maybe, just maybe, if you read the book you would find that it addresses the very questions you ask. It is not quite as simple as you suggest.

  6. A book that explains it the best I have found and read is “Income tax: Shattering the Myth” It goes into detail and explains what is said and what the meanings are in a way the average person can understand. You just need to let go of your socialized believe about the taxation of your property, and understand each section of the book before you read the next section. It is well worth buying and reading.


  7. Thank you for the information …I will definitely check it out…if masses of people would do this… very cool.

  8. this comment was left by tasK211 and I somehow accidentally deleted it…

    Ive noticed lots more “secerts, govnt dont want to know” books coming out and the authors of such book getting hastled by the man for being right. This is yet another book to add to my arsenal of knowledge, thanks for the post.

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