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    Aaron Russo: Rockefeller told me 9/11 attacks would happen 11 months before

    This is a very interesting interview:
    [url]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1263677258215075609[/url]

    EDIT: for those who do not know Aaron Russo is a former producer (Trading Places w/ Dan Akroyd and Eddie Murphy) and also a comedian where he made the politically conscious show "Mad as Hell." He then got into politics and ran for Governor of Nevada as a Libertarian. He was invited to join the club but his conscience drove him to then make "Freedom to Fascism"
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    [QUOTE=pauliec;2528888]Who is this guy?[/QUOTE]

    The same guy who can prove the IRS is an illegal racketeering operation, has evidence that the Fed is controlled by foreign banking interests, and may possibly know where Jimmy Hoffa and Elvis retired to.

    He's just that good. :yes:

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    [QUOTE=rbstern;2528893]The same guy who can prove the IRS is an illegal racketeering operation, has evidence that the Fed is controlled by foreign banking interests, and may possibly know where Jimmy Hoffa and Elvis retired to.

    He's just that good. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    Ok, so he IS a complete nutjob then. Just making sure.

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    [QUOTE=rbstern;2528893]The same guy who can prove the IRS is an illegal racketeering operation, has evidence that the Fed is controlled by foreign banking interests, and may possibly know where Jimmy Hoffa and Elvis retired to.

    He's just that good. :yes:[/QUOTE]

    but not where Jim Morrison is??? worthless POS.....

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    Which Rockerfeller?

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    [QUOTE=rbstern;2528893]the IRS is an illegal racketeering operation[/QUOTE]

    The IRS is technically illegal, brother.

    [url]http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56855[/url]

    [QUOTE]The truth, he said, is where he comes in, with the launch of a new Truth Attack website that is intended to build on his victory, and create a coalition of resources to defeat – ultimately – the income tax in the United States.

    Although the legal citations in the case tend to run the length of paragraphs, Cryer told WND the underlying issue is not that complicated. Essentially, he argued that [B]income is not necessarily any money that comes to a person, but rather categories such as profit and interest. [/B]

    He said the free exchange of labor for compensation has been upheld as a right by the Supreme Court, but that doesn't necessarily make the compensation income.

    If ever such an argument were to be presented widely, Cryer said, the income to the federal government would plummet. But not to worry, he said, the expenses could be reduced equally by eliminating programs, departments and agencies that also have no foundation in the Constitution.

    "The Founding Fathers intentionally restricted the taxing powers of the new federal government as a measure of restraint on its size. By exceeding that limited taxing authority the federal government has been able to obtain resources beyond its intended reach, and that money has enabled the federal government to exceed its authority," he said.

    For example, he said, the Constitution does not empower the federal government to regulate education, or employment, and agriculture, yet it does so.

    The jury in U.S. District Court in Louisiana voted 12-0 to find Cryer, of Shreveport, not guilty of failure to file income taxes for two years. He had been indicted in 2006 on charges of failing to pay $73,000 to the IRS in 2000 and 2001. The next step in his personal case will be up to the IRS and prosecutors, if they choose to continue the issue, he said.

    But for the rest of the nation, he's working with Save-a-Patriot, the Free Enterprise Society, Live Free Now and his own Lie Free Zone to spread the message of the truth.

    "There are three points that are important," he told WND. [B]"There's no law making the average working man liable [for income taxes], there's no law or regulation that allows the IRS to contend that earnings are 100 percent profit received in exchange for nothing, and the right to earn a living through any lawful occupation is a constitutionally protected fundamental right, and it is exempt from taxation." [/B]

    Spokesman Robert Marvin in Washington's IRS office told WND the Internal Revenue Code provides for taxation on salaries or wages, but when pressed for a specific citation, or constitutional provision, he said, "I can't comment." [/QUOTE]

    [QUOTE]He said multiple Supreme Court opinions have affirmed an individual's ownership of his or her own labor, and "exercising your fundamental rights" is not taxable. "It is definitely a trade. What most people receive in the form of wages, salaries or in my case fees that they personally earned for their labor is not received in exchange for nothing."

    He said there might be a profit that should be taxable, but there might not.

    [B]"The IRS lets Wal-Mart sell a trillion dollars worth of goods, but they can back out their cost of goods [before being taxed,]" [/B]he said. "The IRS considers, in the case of a Wal-Mart wage earner, 100 percent of what he takes in is profit."

    "But he's using his life, energy and work lifespan, and depleting it as he goes," Cryer told WND. "[Working] is a God-given fundamental right that is protected under the Constitution and can't be taxed any more than exercising freedom of speech." [/QUOTE]
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    [QUOTE=MnJetFan;2529629]Which Rockerfeller?[/QUOTE]

    Nicholas Rockefeller. Board member of the Council on Foreign Relations. A leader of the RFID chip industry. A leader of various globalist institutions.

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;2529647]The IRS is technically illegal, brother.

    [url]http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56855[/url][/QUOTE]voluntary means you can prepare your returns yourself.article 1,sect 8,clause 1 of the constitution states....

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    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;2529647]The IRS is technically illegal, brother.

    [url]http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56855[/url][/QUOTE]

    you're using WND as a source??? it doesn't get any funnier.....:shakehead

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    [QUOTE=Come Back to NY;2529714]you're using WND as a source??? it doesn't get any funnier.....:shakehead[/QUOTE]

    I learn from the best...of course I bookmarked WND, you quote from it every other minute.

    If I look at crazy libtard conspiracy sites like PrisonPlanet I need to balance it out by looking at republitard conspiracy sites like WND.

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    [QUOTE=JetsCrazey;2528873]This is a very interesting interview:
    [url]http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1263677258215075609[/url]

    EDIT: for those who do not know Aaron Russo is a former producer (Trading Places w/ Dan Akroyd and Eddie Murphy) and also a comedian where he made the politically conscious show "Mad as Hell." He then got into politics and ran for Governor of Nevada as a Libertarian. He was invited to join the club but his conscience drove him to then make "Freedom to Fascism"[/QUOTE]

    Aaron Russo died of cancer last summer...

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    [QUOTE=Press_Coverage;2529964]Aaron Russo died of cancer last summer...[/QUOTE]

    yeah... "cancer." of course.

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    Crazy Cabby said the same thing and then he did a year in federal prison.


    [QUOTE=PlumberKhan;2529647]The IRS is technically illegal, brother.

    [url]http://worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=56855[/url][/QUOTE]

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    [QUOTE=cr726;2530003]Crazy Cabby said the same thing and then he did a year in federal prison.[/QUOTE]

    The collectivists broke the federal courts in the 30s. The income tax is both illegal and against American principle.

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    [QUOTE=jefethegreat;2530167]The collectivists broke the federal courts in the 30s. The income tax is both illegal and against American principle.[/QUOTE]

    [B]Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution (1913)[/B]
    [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixteenth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution[/url]

    [I]"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."[/I]

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    [QUOTE=jefethegreat;2530167]The collectivists broke the federal courts in the 30s. The income tax is both illegal and against American principle.[/QUOTE]

    Ladies and gentlemen, Wesley Snipes!

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    [QUOTE=XingDaorong;2530171][B]Sixteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution (1913)[/B]
    [url]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sixteenth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution[/url]

    [I]"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."[/I][/QUOTE]

    'That is not what the Supreme Court ruled. What the Supreme Court ruled, in Brushaber vs Union Pacific R.R. Co. and in Stanton vs Baltic Mining Co., is that since the provisions of Article I, requiring that direct taxes be apportioned, were not repealed, they are still in full force and effect. And, that since the language of the 16th Amendment specifies that the income tax is to be a tax without apportionment, then it cannot be a direct tax, because otherwise the Constitution would inherently contradict itself, which cannot be allowed to happen. Article I cannot prohibit direct taxation unless apportioned, while the 16th Amendment grants the power to lay direct taxes without apportionment, because then the Constitution would inherently contradict itself and could no longer serve as a valid foundation for our Law. So, to specifically prevent the Constitution from contradicting itself, the Supreme Court ruled that since the 16th Amendment provides for an income tax without apportionment, then the income tax cannot be a direct tax.'
    -- Ken Handy

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    [QUOTE=Press_Coverage;2530187]'That is not what the Supreme Court ruled. What the Supreme Court ruled, in Brushaber vs Union Pacific R.R. Co. and in Stanton vs Baltic Mining Co., is that since the provisions of Article I, requiring that direct taxes be apportioned, were not repealed, they are still in full force and effect. And, that since the language of the 16th Amendment specifies that the income tax is to be a tax without apportionment, then it cannot be a direct tax, because otherwise the Constitution would inherently contradict itself, which cannot be allowed to happen. Article I cannot prohibit direct taxation unless apportioned, while the 16th Amendment grants the power to lay direct taxes without apportionment, because then the Constitution would inherently contradict itself and could no longer serve as a valid foundation for our Law. So, to specifically prevent the Constitution from contradicting itself, the Supreme Court ruled that since the 16th Amendment provides for an income tax without apportionment, then the income tax cannot be a direct tax.'
    -- Ken Handy[/QUOTE]and blacks were counted as 3/5ths a person.and have you read the old testament??? things change,time marches on.you got a girlfriend? read the constitution naked to her tonite.tell her how congress is unconstitutional.do a role thing.you be congress.
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    I think Alex Jones has a very good idea whats going on but interviewing a nut like this just ruins it for him . If Rockefeller was telling this guy so much why didnt he just get him on tape ?

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