Sunday, March 29, 2015

Coercion Perverts Authority

I've crafted this little re-statement of Lord Acton's "Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely. Great men are almost always bad men.": "Authority is good and helpful right up until you think it's ok for authority to use coercion. Then it putrefies into a harmful and addictive drug that creates and intoxicates psychopaths." Or, more simply, coercion perverts authority.

I await input before explaining more, both in the interest of compacting helpful truths into sound-byte-sized chunks appropriate for consumption by the brain-damaged masses (not our fault!) whose attention spans have been systematically shrunk on purpose by those who would control us-  systematically, I say, through the use of coercion, aka "compulsion" as in "compulsory schooling."  John Taylor Gatto, winner of "Teacher of the Year" award on more than one occasion and at both the city and state levels, provides lots of great material for anyone who wants to understand that systematization.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Proposed Joint PR Detailing Tax Revenue Optimization

The following PR is proposed for use by a joint effort between the Congress of the United States of America and the Internal Revenue Service:

Many Americans have been frustrated by the uses to which the federal government has put its tax revenue.  This has created a massive downfall in tax revenue because the system relies, as required by the U.S. Constitution, on voluntary compliance with laws that invite Americans to consider themselves to be engaged in taxable activities.  Thanks to Peter E. Hendrickson, the mechanisms through which this voluntary compliance has been made compulsive have come to light in the decades surrounding the dawn of the 21st century.

IRS Commissioner Koskinen has described the problem to Congress in a recent letter:
We have been cornered into resorting to unethical methods of collecting tax revenue because of Hendrickson's revelations.  The best course would be to tighten up the activities that rely on tax revenue to eliminate or at least hide those which are most troublesome.  We leave it to you, our faithful leaders, to determine what programs and institutions are causing the most damage.

The main reason for this letter is to publicize my apology for the tactics my organization has been using to maximize tax revenue.  The publication of this apology and recommendation is being pulblished so that Congress can rely on public support for the tearing down of institutions and programs that currently enjoy major support from private donors, but ultimately demoralize citizens who learn about them.

Rep. (YOUR NAME HERE) has proposed legislation to remove funding for several programs, but seeks guidance from all interested parties on which programs deserve the axe:
National Security Agency (domestic information collection)
Department of Education (Ceded to states)
CIA and FBI terrorist sting operations
TARP and related programs
Department of Defense (foreign military bases)

If the removal of any of these programs would encourage you to continue (or start once again) to claim that you engage in taxable activities and thereby incur tax liability, please contact the representative at (YOUR WEBSITE HERE).