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    Income Tax - A Legitimate Usage Fee

    Income Tax - A Legitimate Usage Fee

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    “Income” is not taxed.
    The IRC is simply used to calculate and disguise the FRN Usage Fee!


    The unspoken lawful foundation of the “Income Tax” is that it is a legitimate usage fee for the use of the private credit and script of the Federal Reserve System. It is based upon simple Contract Law - compensation for service rendered.

    Income itself is never taxed - it is only used to calculate said usage fee.

    Federal Reserve Notes (FRNs) are the default currency in the United States. To avoid its usage fee (aka “income tax”), one simply has to demand lawful money, United States Notes (USNs) in the form of FRNs, be used instead, for all transactions, as provided for in 12 USC 411, by making a substantive record of that demand on records (checks and deposit slips) used by financial institutions in their normal course of business documentation, and thereby creating admissible evidence per Federal Rules of Evidence 803(6), and causing the presumed FRNs to be redeemed on an annual basis when 1040 Tax Returns are filed to enable this reconciliation of accounts.

    When 12 USC 411 is effectively-connected to 12 USC 95a(2), because only lawful money payments can effect a “full acquittance and discharge”, then good faith reliance upon these statutes provides immunity from liability in any court, including tax court.

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    A fee is a long way from usury. It truly is amazing how the house is built upon the foundation of terms. By the way check out a W-9 form. Look at US person. Do you see ESTATE?

    Consider a transfer of estate in fee. Do you see the lock and the key?

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    Very edifying! Thank you both!






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    .....the term "lawful money" has not been defined in federal legislation. It first came into use prior to 1933 when some United States currency was not legal tender but could be held by national banking associations as lawful money reserves. Since the act of May 12, 1933, as amended by the Joint Resolution of June 5, 1933, makes all coins and currency of the United States legal tender and the Joint Resolution of August 27, 1935, provides for the exchange of United States coin or currency for other types of such coin or currency, the term "lawful currency" no longer has such special significance.

    ---Michael E. Slindee, Acting Treasurer of the United States, in a letter to Mr. A. F. Davis of Cleveland, Ohio dated Dec. 29, 1947, published in "A Dollar Is a Dollar Is a Dollar," American Affairs, Vol. 10, p. 88 (April 1948), as re-printed in Money and Banking: Theory, Analysis, and Policy, p. 5, ed. by S. Mittra (Random House, New York 1970); also cited in Paul M. Horvitz, Monetary Policy and the Financial System, p. 28, footnote 3, Prentice-Hall, 3rd ed. (1974).

    What is interesting is the substitution of "lawful currency" instead of "lawful money" in the Letter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Merrill View Post
    ---Michael E. Slindee, Acting Treasurer of the United States, in a letter to Mr. A. F. Davis of Cleveland, Ohio dated Dec. 29, 1947, published in "A Dollar Is a Dollar Is a Dollar," American Affairs, Vol. 10, p. 88 (April 1948), as re-printed in Money and Banking: Theory, Analysis, and Policy, p. 5, ed. by S. Mittra (Random House, New York 1970); also cited in Paul M. Horvitz, Monetary Policy and the Financial System, p. 28, footnote 3, Prentice-Hall, 3rd ed. (1974).

    What is interesting is the substitution of "lawful currency" instead of "lawful money" in the Letter!
    I presume the quote is accurate but only show it because I have explained away Milam in context of Juilliard so many times it is redundant.

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    "Most Americans have no real understanding of the operation of the international money lenders. The accounts of the Federal Reserve System have never been audited. It operates outside the control of Congress and manipulates the credit (obligations of the United States) of the United States." -- Sen. Barry Goldwater (Rep. AZ)

    Notes issued by the Federal Reserve, however, were generally lent out, with interest due. (Usufruct) So for every Federal Reserve dollar in circulation, somebody needed that dollar to pay off a debt.

    During the Roaring Twenties, a lot of people took on debt, resulting in a great credit expansion. When only physical gold and silver was used as money, institutions were very cautious about lending it out because if the debtor defaulted, the creditor would be out some serious (sound) money. http://www.moonlightmint.com/bailout.htm

    THE BAILOUT . Gold Certificates were no longer legal tender when held by the general public, unless exchanged at the US Treasury or Federal Reserve Bank for other non-gold paper.

    The U.S. dollar is the currency most used in international transactions. Several countries use the U.S. dollar as their official currency, and many others allow it to be used in a de facto capacity. http://themoneyconverter.com/USD/MXN.aspx

    De facto may mean existing in fact whether with lawful authority or not. In another example, a corporation may be said to have de facto corporate status by inadvertently failing to fully satisfy all legal requirements for the creation of corporate existence, but has exercised corporate powers in good faith. Other applications include de facto authority, de facto court, de facto officers, and others.
    De facto is a Latin expression that means "concerning fact". In law, it often means "in practice but not necessarily ordained by law" or "in practice or actuality ...

    It’s just a business; although this business is for your property, as stated; Federal Reserve notes represent a first lien on all the assets of the Federal Reserve Banks, and on the collateral specifically held against them. http://www.treasury.gov/resource-cen...al-tender.aspx

    As fiscal agent and depository for the U.S. government, Federal Reserve Banks sell, service, and redeem Treasury securities. They also maintain currency and coin processing operations to ensure an adequate supply. http://www.newyorkfed.org/banking/payment_services.html
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    Thank you Chex;


    Nicely put!

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    There is a real problem here with any type of fee. The Federal Reserve and its notes are given its status and relevance by the Congress of the United States of America. That government of the people is a trust, and the beneficiaries of the trust are the people. The Trust cannot place a fee upon the beneficiary to receive the benefits of the trust, this would be a failure of fiduciary duty and against the interests of the beneficiary. This is just as bad as a tax on the fruits of the labor of the people.

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    http://www.investopedia.com/terms/l/lawfulmoney.asp

    Definition of 'Lawful Money'

    Any form of currency issued by the United States Treasury and not the Federal Reserve System, including gold and silver coins, Treasury notes, and Treasury bonds. Lawful money stands in contrast to fiat money, to which the government assigns value although it has no intrinsic value of its own and is not backed by reserves. Fiat money includes legal tender such as paper money, checks, drafts and bank notes.

    Also known as "specie", which means "in actual form."

    Investopedia explains 'Lawful Money'

    Oddly enough, the dollar bills that we carry around in our wallets are not considered lawful money. The notation on the bottom of a U.S. dollar bill reads "Legal Tender for All Debts, Public and Private", and is issued by the U.S. Federal Reserve, not the U.S. Treasury. Legal tender can be exchanged for an equivalent amount of lawful money, but effects such as inflation can change the value of fiat money. Lawful money is said to be the most direct form of ownership, but for purposes of practicality it has little use in direct transactions between parties anymore.

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