What kind of organization kills and destroys its own citizens?
An organization out of control. "The revenue officers of the IRS are among
the most powerful people in government." Why would US citizens allow an organization the caliber of Nazi SS? They don't know how or don't believe they can stop it. Though a legal entity, carrying out legal actions, the SS committed crimes against humanity.
The IRS can be stopped. Abolishing the IRS is only a vote away. Life doesn't have to be this way! HR25 decriminalizes income. Instead of turning everyone into a criminal
(who hasn't made some sort of mistake?), under HR25, no one commits a
crime for earning money. What a concept! The abolitionists of the 19th century eventually halted a giant, legal, heinous industry. Are you an abolitionist of the 21st century? Get involved!
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Who are these people? The system turns them into ravenous animals seeking blood. You say, that's extreme. Read what a former IRS agent has to say, then decide. The Pavlov effect is when animals or people are rewarded for their behavior. If bloodthirsty, rabid, destructive behavior is rewarded with promotions and incentives, the system creates an uber-agent, willing to do whatever it takes to extract everything possible from unsuspecting US citizens.
On May 18, 1927, a part-time
caretaker at a school in Bath, Michigan, killed 45 people, including 38
children, when he blew up a school and then killed himself, along with
two first responders at the scene. Another 58 people were wounded. The 38 children were in grades three through six. Kehoe had financial problems and was upset about having to pay taxes. He had killed his own wife before blowing up his house. [Paying a consumer tax eliminates the entrapment of "saving" money for taxes.]
One fellow called me who is working
two jobs to make ends meet. He is desperate to
support his family. He has trouble getting a job because so many
jobs have gone overseas. The IRS is auditing him on a
trucking business that he tried to get started, but the business
failed. He has lost records and he is terrified of
the IRS. The agent he is supposed to go see audited his father
a few years ago and terrorized him, the father's death
was partly due to the stress he had during the audit.
Another lady called who had received
a levy on her bank account for over $20,000 for just
one year. She and her husband had followed the advice of a conman
by the name of Edward Fitzsimmons. She had torn up
all the letters she received from the IRS. She claimed she
had even allowed sufficient withholding a work but
since she destroyed the Notice of Deficiency, she had no idea how the
had come up with the bogus amount of tax liability.
When the IRS levied the bank account, her husband had committed
IRS erroneously demands $14K from 86 year old man, living in a retirement community. The IRS withdraws the claim but the damage has been done. The shock sends him into despondency and he loses the will to live. - anonymous
I worked on the southwest shore of Hudson's Bay
in 1960, our company was working to prove the solar flares were connected to
electronic problems. A fellow came from
CA to work with us as he needed to pay back a large sum the IRS claimed due to
them because of a change the IRS made which was retroactive for 12 years. We got a bonus for all time spent over six
months and per diem while there. He
thought it was a way he could earn a lump sum to erase the tax problem. One day he was beside himself in a rage he
could hardly contain. An IRS agent
confiscated his entire NM bank account and checks were bouncing. He phoned the agent and reminded him of
their agreement to wait until the end of the year when he would make a large
payment. The agent said he found how
much money he had in his account and decided he would get it while it was
available. Most folks aren't aware they
can snoop on your bank account and even put the grab on it if they feel so
inclined. Intrusive? Wow! –
A local family living in poverty spent two years paying off back taxes and fines the IRS would not waive. –
Business partner dies of heart attack following IRS raid.
Husband commits suicide. “What happened to me could have happened to any
taxpayer,'' said the woman, Shirley Barron. ''I hope my story will influence
lawmakers. … When they decided to take everything I had, I decided to fight
back against the most feared and loathsome
agency in the United States,'' said Mrs. Barron, a librarian.”
Counseling organization. “Yet almost daily we get calls from despondent
taxpayers ready to do harm to themselves.”
Wife commits suicide following IRS raid.
A pilot furious with the IRS crashed
his small plane into an Austin, Texas, office building where nearly 200 federal
tax employees work on Thursday, igniting a raging fire that sent massive plumes
of thick, black smoke rising from the seven-story structure.
The daughter of the man who carried out a suicide plane attack against
the IRS in Texas said today she considered her father a hero for
standing up to "the system."
Suicides in Greece rising. Combined with a bad economy, the IRS will drive even more people to suicide.
IRS trained to deal with suicides. Always take a suicide threat seriously and act
quickly if you encounter a taxpayer who threatens suicide.
Tax attorneys trained to deal with suicides. Each Local Taxpayer Advocate should maintain
listings of phone numbers for State and Federal police and local Suicide
IRS agent commits suicide. If an agent does not succumb to animal behavior, suicide is required to resolve the internal conflict.
My friend’s husband committed suicide over the
tax debt owed the IRS and having the house repossessed. She needs a good lawyer
but has no money to pay to get the tax debts relieved.
Whistleblower cites IRS in five suicides.
Six Frightening IRS Horror Stories.