Under coercion and threats : Are Taxpayers funding War Crimes ?

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‘There is now,
for the first time in history,
legislation which makes it a duty to refuse to pay tax.’

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Chris Coverdale:

“The very important point is, it goes back to the International Criminal Court Act (…) if you hand over money which is used for an unlawful purpose and is used to actually commit genocide, crimes against humanity, all war crimes, you, because you are funding the crime, are guilty of a criminal offence.

“Because the government never, ever explains the Law of War to the public, we need to get that information out.(…) Now that you know that it is a criminal offence to hand over tax, you must sop handing over the tax (…) You will not be charged with an offence IF you abandon the attempt to commit the crime. (…) But, once you know it, IF you continue to pay tax after you know that it is a criminal offence to do so, you will still be criminally liable under the International Criminal Court Act, and under the Rome Statute of International Criminal Court (…) There is now, for the first time in history, legislation which makes it a duty to refuse to pay tax; and that’s the crucial issue.

Paying tax a crime? Chris Coverdale interviewed

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Are Canadian Taxpayers funding and indirectly supporting
the so-called Syrian “rebels” ?

Note
The following are excerpts from:
Canada’s Harper Government Supports Covert Mercenary War on Syria, Funds Al Qaeda Affiliated Rebels, b
y Ken Stone, Global Research, November 12, 2013
(complete article HERE)

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