Educated Federal Income Tax in Three Easy Steps
By Pete Hendrickson [Thanks to Tim for posting in the Virginia CtC Forum]
We all need to determine whether our earnings fall under the category of taxable income, which is to state, as a consequence of federal privilege… or whether they are ours by right, hence not income (as defined by the statutes and regulatory code). I’m referring the following checkpoints as a public service.
When our earnings are not income, then please do not treat them as such: Learn the process by which to retain and/or reclaim all rightfully earned property. DO NOT PAY WHAT YOU DO NOT OWE! Our republic depends on it.
Image courtesy Doreen Hendrickson, who has mercifully been returned to us by kidnappers of the DOJ and judicial prosecutocracy. Please distribute the brochure that this image graces to everyone you know and care for… especially liberty-oriented pundits and commentators of stature. Hard copy here:
In keeping with the theme of Ayn Rand’s magnum opus—and thanks to Mr. Peter Eric Hendrickson, author of Cracking the Code: The fascinating truth about taxation in America, who has spent countless hours deploying his brilliant mind over volumes of twisted IRS code to come up with perhaps the greatest political-economic discovery of our age—we the (nonfederally paid) American people can now shrug off the former burden of the federal ‘income’ tax legally, prudently, and profitably. The sooner the better.
Like Rand’s Atlas who bore the world of humankind’s sins on his shoulders out of guilt and disinformation, we the people, now being apprised of the Hendrickson Discovery—that the income tax is and always has been an excise tax on the use of a federal privilege (federal government employment or payments)—can let go of the drain on our property and our country. BUT… first there are some mechanics to the process of liberation, fortunately documented well on the Website http://losthorizons.com.
Not everyone wants you to lay down your needless load
That’s the point of my column today. You can go to this page of the Lost Horizons site to scroll down and find my most recent filing, and a note. Also, here’s my column on the victory. And for the most part, 90+% of the time, CtC-educated victories are a simple process of rebutting incorrect W2 and 1099 information reports. Naturally, corrupt forces inside the agency do not want the income tax to be legally applied, hence the latest scam tactic is to pick a handful of educated filers and try to frighten them back into the fold of Ignorance Tax compliance… with threat of a Frivolous Return Penalty (FRP) of $5000. Continue reading →
Second-year personal victories for my ‘educated’ tax filing… plus
Also, program for CtC imminent success: Tithe and Tweet
By Brian R. Wright
Just as I had done for the first time in 2015, for 2016 I filed my US 1040 and Michigan income tax forms ‘educated,’ meaning I corrected the amounts erroneously designated as income in the respective filings and entered the amounts of tax incorrectly withheld to be refunded to me. Thus in both years I have recovered my property that was improperly removed from me due to legal ignorance and/or blind obedience to authority. You can do this, too. I wish you would. It’s simple. It’s also morally righteous to NOT pay what you don’t owe… especially to tyrannical, criminal, and terminally corrupt governments:
Message and link: Take back our country one educated tax victory at a time. 200K victories, $2 billion recovered. http://losthorizons.com/The16th.htm
The figure above explains most of it. Peter Eric Hendrickson, in the early 2000s—taking advantage of the fact that such records had recently been digitized for computer search—examined the federal income tax statutes and codes and discovered that our direct nonfederally privileged earnings are NOT income as defined therein. Hence, the ‘Hendrickson Discovery,’ and his cleansing, liberating book, Cracking the Code. Then his Website, losthorizons.com, where you can find my own filings for this year’s state victory and federal victory by scrolling down on this page… yielding two modest recovery checks: Continue reading →