Better Late Than Never! Tax-Day Tips for Tax Protesters

Uncle SamEAGER, ARIZ.— This tax day, the legacy of tax protesters still lives strong. And perhaps among the most famous Americans in their number was Bill Cooper, who now resides in a cemetery just off of 356 South Papago Street in Springerville, Ariz. Hanging in the area near Mr. Cooper is not much that Google Maps seems to want to comment on — a baseball diamond, a fenced in area to take a stroll — no webcam footage.

All that looks available of the area is a single Flickr user with geotracking on a digital single-lens reflex camera. That there is tax-dodging country.

Here’s The Internet Chronicle’s guide to fearing the IRS, who is like Seal Team 6, but more omniscient.

  1. The heat will probably be really hyped up, even if you’re just really just a self-sufficient survivalist. You’re no more in the “militia” than Zimmerman is a “neighborhood watch enthusiast” like the liberal media down at Raw Story said he was.
  2. If it looks like refusing to pay you your taxes will cost you your life, anyway, make sure that you try to frame the feds for murder like that 2009  census worker who died of guilt.
  3. Don’t do as Ed and Elaine Brown did, those 2007 tax protesters who eventually had to peacefully take the fall. Don’t tell your local paper you don’t want to pay school and town property taxes because the “[the school and town] don’t provide me any services,” and so “I’m not going to contribute to them anymore.” This is a negative PR move. The self-interest will be too obvious. You need principles, principles, principles.
  4. When you’re fleeing to get back in your house like Mr. Cooper did, make sure you keep your hands in front of you. Any ambiguity about their placement might be a bad move. Before firing those final, lethal shots, law enforcement authorities said the host of shortwave’s “The Hour of the Time” fired at them, low, with his back to them.
  5. It turns out documentarian Aaron Russo was dead wrong, too, and Title 26 really does mean you have to file and perhaps pay net income taxes.
  6. Most Americans find it difficult to particularly closely associate Freemasonry with Zionism. If you’re going to Be Like Ed Brown and create an alternative historical narrative to support your all-important principle you’ll going to need to really hold out, you’ve got to make sure you can convince people of something not altogether intuitive. And fast. You’ve got to get the public on your side not too long after the feds finally turn off your electricity.

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5 Comments on "Better Late Than Never! Tax-Day Tips for Tax Protesters"

  1. Vibraharp | Apr 17, 2012 at 7:29 pm |

    If taxes are bad and the government has too much power to tax us, and if tax protesting is good, why does Disinfo hate it when wealthy people don’t pay enough taxes?

    I has a confused.

    • It’s not that the wealthy don’t pay enough taxes we should all pay less taxes….but it should be an equal burden and we should ‘all’ reap equal benefits…. true justice in the courts, police “protection”(not persecution), our streets should all be paved like those on wealthy side of town.
      The list goes on and on and on.  We see the wealthy allowed to commit felonies against the less fortunate with no repercussions, while we are treated like criminals when we stop a police officer for directions. We are guilty, or the rich are innocent, the instant they enter the courtroom.   Those in power twist and ignore the laws to help the rich stay rich and keep the poor enslaved.

    • Yes, we’ve known you “has a confused” for a long time now.  I know it’s hard for someone so invested in their black-and-white thinking to understand, but, as has been explained to you numerous times before, Disinfo’s contributors have many different views.

  2. Don’t forget to trot out the old “Ohio is not legally a state” in regards to James Garfield. I hear that one really knocks their socks off!

  3. Vincent Vega | Apr 18, 2012 at 1:27 am |

    If a law is not supported by the Constitution is it a valid law?

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