07
Aug
09

How the Criminal IRS works

If someone accuses you of something, the burden of proof is on them, right?

For instance, if someone accuses me of murdering someone via a gun they need to prove this fact beyond a doubt. They need to provide video surveillance of me doing the deed, the weapon I used and my fingerprints on it, ballistics, witnesses, and so on. What they cannot do, at least not in America, is to say that I committed 1st degree murder and then throw me in the slammer (that is what happens commonplace in Communist countries, of which, unfortunately, we are quickly becoming). They also cannot show generic data and say that it proves me guilty – such as saying that I own a gun and therefore I shoot people or that I was in the same city at the time of the murder therefore I did it.

If that is indeed the case, then why is the IRS allowed to provide evidence against you which doesn’t even include my name, my SSN, or any of my specific account data? If you have no idea what I am talking about, check these two pictures out below.

Federal2007_RACS006_1

Federal2007_RACS006_2

I know the documents are small but please notate that I didn’t black out anything on these forms. This is a RACS006 (aka, Summary Record of Assessments or RACS Report 006) that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) gave to me to “prove” that I filed my 2007 tax year return in a frivolous (incorrect and unlawful) manner.

So how is it that my guilt is being proven by a form which does not even mention me in any way? What this form IS, is a computer printout of thousands of returns that were processed that day. If you look at the first page on the first full line and you should be able to see that 337,122 items were processed for withholding for a total of $22,002,348,789.51 in tax.

So again, obviously since this is dealing with billions of dollars, where is MY information? Where are MY specifics on what I did wrong? Where is MY guilt? Of course, I’ve asked for my specifics and they state that they are right there in the RACS006. So if anyone can find my data and my guilt and my liability in the above documents, I will send you money via Paypal for your concerted efforts (no joke).

Let’s face it folks. When your government takes your money and then accuses you of being a fraud and won’t tell you how they came to that determination, you are living in a power-hungry Communist State. A place where freedom is shunned and the State has the right and the privledge to call its citizens (aka, slaves) to whatever it wants and do whatever it wants for the “betterment of the State.” Only in a freedom loving State is the government responsible for doing what not only is lawful, but what can be understood by it’s people. Only in a freedom loving State are the citizens innocent until proven guilty – even if the big bag government or the scary IRS says something negative against them.

I don’t like the income tax. Every time we talk about these taxes we get around to the idea of ‘from each according to his capacity and to each according to his needs’. That’s socialism. It’s written into the Communist Manifesto. Maybe we ought to see that every person who gets a tax return receives a copy of the Communist Manifesto with it so he can see what’s happening to him. – T. Coleman Andrews, Comissioner of the IRS from 1953 to 1955 who resigned after coming into opposition to the income taxes as we know it.

Of course, along with the RACS006 report, I asked for the evidence that was used to support their claim. I was sent a form (which I am not going to post due to too much sensitive data) that now shows my name and that they are assessing a penalty against me. It says nothing of how much I actually owed or how I should have filled out my 1040. All it says is that I have been penalized. The equivalent of this for the murder example scenario above would be the official document that has been pencil whipped saying that you have been determined as the murderer, but has no evidence to incriminate you.

So again, where is it that you get my liability, Uncle Sam? And for you people out there, when are you going to wake up and learn the truth about the IRS and start reclaiming your property like these people here ($10M returned to it’s owners who decided to find out what the tax laws said)?

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11 Responses to “How the Criminal IRS works”


  1. 1 Mister Guy
    23 September 2009 at 16:34

    Wow, I’m surprised that the powers that be caught on to your obvious tax evasion so quickly kiddo. Enjoy those well-earned tax penalties, and chalk one up for the good guys! :)

  2. 23 September 2009 at 18:47

    Surprise, surprise. Look who swooped in for my daily dose of Communism!

    Do you even know what I posted above or are you just a parrot?

  3. 3 Mister Guy
    23 September 2009 at 23:45

    I know what you posted Kiddo, and I’ve never been a communism either. Do *you* know what you are trying to talk about?? It doesn’t seem so…good luck paying off those tax evasion fines. :)

  4. 24 September 2009 at 05:10

    @Mister Guy: Never been a communism? Where did I call you a “communism”?

    Why not for once do you come and actually debate me? If you are so sure that you are right on this subject, then debate me. You won’t… because you cannot. All you want to do is come here and take jabs like you always do. You are an item of no substance but rather just a bundle of personal attacks.

    To start you off, I want you to tell me what a “frivolous return” is.

    Also, “kiddo”? How old am I?

  5. 5 Mister Guy
    26 September 2009 at 10:08

    “Where did I call you a ‘communism’?”

    Gee whiz…I made a typo kiddo…a thousand apologies!

    “Why not for once do you come and actually debate me?”

    LOL…there’s *nothing* to debate here…you were apparently caught (like I told you that you would be a looong time ago) in blatant tax evasion, period. I’m sure the IRS & the like have heard all about your bogus claims to not be liable for income taxes before.

    “I want you to tell me what a ‘frivolous return’ is.”

    Google really is your friend yanno kiddo:
    http://accountant.intuit.com/practice_resources/articles/tax/article.aspx?file=tmdd_2007-Frivolous

    http://www.quatloos.com/rr-04-34.pdf

    http://www.quatloos.com/taxscams/frivolous_tax_penalties.htm

    http://www.irs.gov/irm/part4/irm_04-010-012.html

    Enjoy those well-earned & totally legal tax penalties!

  6. 26 September 2009 at 21:04

    @MisterGuy: Apology accepted. But, you must know that if you cannot even type correctly, I do question your general arguements.

    LOL…there’s *nothing* to debate here…you were apparently caught (like I told you that you would be a looong time ago) in blatant tax evasion, period. I’m sure the IRS & the like have heard all about your bogus claims to not be liable for income taxes before.

    So because I got “caught” (which I didn’t) I am wrong? So let me get this straight. You believe that the IRS can NEVER make mistakes?

    Blatant tax evasion? OK, so what did I do to evade my taxes, MisterGuy? I want specifics since you are so sure of this. Please, let me know!

    But you are right, there is *nothing* to debate because you don’t have a flying clue of what I did on my tax return.

    Google really is your friend yanno kiddo:
    http://accountant.intuit.com/practice_resources/articles/tax/article.aspx?file=tmdd_2007-Frivolous

    So what did I do on this list?

    http://www.quatloos.com/rr-04-34.pdf

    Couple things. Did I do a “zero return”? And, is a IRS bulletin law?

    http://www.quatloos.com/taxscams/frivolous_tax_penalties.htm

    So what did I do that is on this site?

    http://www.irs.gov/irm/part4/irm_04-010-012.html

    So what position did I take?

    So again… what did I do? Your argument is “The IRS said you are frivolous so therefore you are frivolous.” A bit circular reasoning, wouldn’t you say? But you or the IRS cannot tell me what position I took. You cite all these websites that list multiple positions… So, WHAT DID I DO THAT IS FRIVOLOUS? I know, I know, you won’t answer – you will just call me names and tell me that the IRS knows so it is all good. Ha! What a weak ass answer. But if you wish to amuse me, I welcome you to try to determine what I have done wrong. No, all you can do is quote me lists of positions from the IRS site and say, well heres a list, and they say you are on this list, therefore you are guilty. A perfect example of your disgusting disrespect for the law. I submitted my return. If they don’t like how I filled it out, then prove it. But they won’t. All they did and as evidenced above is that they have a spreadsheet with numbers on it! How can a spreadsheet with numbers on it prove that I am guilty MisterGuy? TELL ME! I WANT TO KNOW!

    You continue the assaults. You call me a kiddo again and still chose to ignore my question about this particular word. You sir, are a coccydynia who spouts buncombes as truth. A cacafuego gold star member. Man up or step out ya ninnyhammer.

  7. 7 Mister Guy
    29 September 2009 at 00:20

    “So because I got ‘caught’ (which I didn’t)”

    Of course you did…why would you have posted this blog posting in the first place if you weren’t being assessed a tax penalty?? Please…

    “You believe that the IRS can NEVER make mistakes?”

    LOL…strawman argument.

    “Blatant tax evasion? OK, so what did I do to evade my taxes, MisterGuy?”

    LOL…you know *exactly* what you did []. You clamied that you earned zero taxable income…just like your fully-debunked lil tax evasion website scheme implored you to do, period.

    “But you are right, there is *nothing* to debate because you don’t have a flying clue of what I did on my tax return.”

    LOL…of course I do…you’ve already posted about what you did on your tax returns in this very blog…for all to see!!

    “So what did I do on this list?”

    “Did I do a ‘zero return’? And, is a IRS bulletin law?”

    “So what did I do that is on this site?”

    “So what position did I take?”

    And the evasion on your part continues. Once again, you & I (and all of the readers of this very blog) know *exactly* what you did with your recent tax returns. You committed willful tax evasion, and now you’re whining because you got caught! There are two ways to learn in this life []…the easy way & the hard way, and you are engaged in learning the hard way, period.

    “Your argument is ‘The IRS said you are frivolous so therefore you are frivolous.’ A bit circular reasoning, wouldn’t you say?”

    LOL…for someone that likes to evade the issues maybe…

    “What a weak ass answer.”

    Don’t be so hard on yourself []…you’re learning, the hard way…lol…

    “A perfect example of your disgusting disrespect for the law.”

    Your projecting again there []. I’m not the one that has engaged in blatant tax evasion. I pay MY taxes…you don’t, period.

    “I submitted my return”

    …and you intentionally LIED on it, period.

    “If they don’t like how I filled it out, then prove it.”

    LOL…well then [], enjoy those well-earned tax evasion penalties that will only multiply over & over with time should you not pay them.

    “All they did and as evidenced above is that they have a spreadsheet with numbers on it!”

    You’re continued lying & evasion on this issue will get you nowhere with me or the IRS. Ramble on []…you lose…

  8. 29 September 2009 at 01:13

    “So because I got ‘caught’ (which I didn’t)”

    Of course you did…why would you have posted this blog posting in the first place if you weren’t being assessed a tax penalty?? Please…

    “You believe that the IRS can NEVER make mistakes?”

    LOL…strawman argument.

    OK, let me dumb this down for you in yes/no questions since I cannot even have you answer a question to clarify your position.
    (1) The IRS makes mistakes? YES/NO
    (2) The IRS assessed a penalty against me? YES/NO
    (3) The IRS made a mistake in my case/situation? YES/NO

    “Blatant tax evasion? OK, so what did I do to evade my taxes, MisterGuy?”

    LOL…you know *exactly* what you did kiddo. You clamied that you earned zero taxable income…just like your fully-debunked lil tax evasion website scheme implored you to do, period.

    I may be totally wrong here, but when someone goes, “What did I do” that is a question for YOU to respond to. So, what is it? What is it that I did, or my little site do that is wrong? C’mon, since you know it is fully-debunked, then please do tell.

    LOL…of course I do…you’ve already posted about what you did on your tax returns in this very blog…for all to see!!

    So say it. What did I do?

    And the evasion on your part continues. Once again, you & I (and all of the readers of this very blog) know *exactly* what you did with your recent tax returns. You committed willful tax evasion, and now you’re whining because you got caught! There are two ways to learn in this life kiddo…the easy way & the hard way, and you are engaged in learning the hard way, period.

    Evasion of what? I asked you to point out what I did wrong and you can’t do it. We all know, we all know, we all know exactly what you did…. but I’m not going to say it! Are you serious?

    …and you intentionally LIED on it, period.

    PROVE IT THEN! C’mon smart-guy, since you know I LIED on it, PROVE it. C’mon, c’mon, c’mon, c’mon…. I hate debating people who cant support their arguement with a shred of evidence!

    You’re continued lying & evasion on this issue will get you nowhere with me or the IRS. Ramble on wing-nut…you lose…

    So tell me, how am I lying when I am asking you to answer questions? You are the worst adversary I’ve ever faced. To accuse me of lying, YOU have to PROVE that I am lying. to accuse me of evasion, YOU have to PROVE that I am lying. So do it… prove it.

    If you don’t want to prove it, then I guess it is OK for me to make unsupported statements about you. So here it goes, Mister Guy is a child rapist who carves racist remarks into the backs of his victims.

    Also, last warning… treat people with respect. You call me a name one more time and I will moderate the name oyu have called me to show that you cannot follow directions.

  9. 29 September 2009 at 01:29

    As everyone can see here, the purpose of this blog entry was to show that the IRS is assessing a penalty against me and their proof is an excel spreadsheet with a bunch of numbers on it and NO MENTION OF MY NAME, SSN, ACCOUNT NUMBER… NOTHING.

    It is amazing to me that the IRS can use a bunch of random numbers to assess against an INDIVIDUAL of who is not even specifically enumerated within. Equally amazing are completely uneducated fools such as Mister Guy that feel that there needs to be no proof to assess against an individual. All that is needed to confirm an assessment is some random paper with random numbers that in whole, do not even resemble the accused individual’s account.

    The fact of the matter is, any accusation is not self-validating. Any accusation must be proven. However for some reason the government feels that it is exempt from this fact and blind followers such as Mister Guy feel that any accusation is self-validating and therefore needs no external proof to be true.

    Simply. Amazing.

  10. 10 Mister Guy
    29 September 2009 at 15:34

    “(1) The IRS makes mistakes? YES/NO”

    All humans make mistakes. Heck, you made a HUGE one when you intentionally *lied* on your own tax return!

    “(2) The IRS assessed a penalty against me? YES/NO”

    Of course they did…you even admit to that below!!

    “(3) The IRS made a mistake in my case/situation? YES/NO”

    Nope, your simple tax evasion has been laid out quite nicely in this very blog…just like I told you above, period.

  11. 29 September 2009 at 23:38

    Misterguy says: “Yes, everyone makes mistakes. But it is impossible that the IRS made a mistake.”

    End of debate. I can’t debate people that do not follow the laws of logic.

    I also edited all your profanity. Come back when you treat people, especially the host, with respect.


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