“A government can be understood as a territorial monopolist of compulsion: an agency that engages in institutionalized property rights violations and the exploitation – in the form of expropriation, taxation, and regulation – of private property owners.” Thorsten Polleit (1)
“The state cannot even exist without committing the crimes of extortion and robbery which states call taxation.” Robert Higgs (2)
“They get you to act through a title that they can regulate, that is statutory bound and that must pay taxes to its creator – and they are the beneficiary of that.” Dean Clifford (3)
“The US flourished for over 120 years without an income tax, and our liberty and prosperity will only benefit from getting rid of the current tax system.“ Ron Paul (4) – emphasis added
“The desperation of the US and the British comes from their financial bankruptcy, and what they’ve got to do is increase the rate of exploitation, and looting, and sacking of the entire world economy.” – Webster Tarpley
Author and Historian Webster Tarpley, from Washington, on PressTV (June 30, 2012) – Source: http://tarpley.net
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Iceland. Refusing to bow to foreign interests, that small country stated loud and clear that the people are sovereign.
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