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Luck

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Re: Possibly Best Economics
« Reply #45 on: August 12, 2009, 01:28:06 pm »

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Today, if you don't pay a private debt (i.e. not taxes), you don't go to prison. If you have nothing, there's simply nothing to take. We call that "judgment proof." - B.D.
But taxes are used to pay the national debt to the money lenders. Are they not? And the IRS definitely forces people to pay taxes. And all taxes are illegitimate. So I don't see how this is much different from how the Egyptians were forced to pay taxes that they didn't rightfully owe.
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Re: Possibly Best Economics
« Reply #46 on: August 12, 2009, 02:21:08 pm »

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Today, if you don't pay a private debt (i.e. not taxes), you don't go to prison. If you have nothing, there's simply nothing to take. We call that "judgment proof." - B.D.
But taxes are used to pay the national debt to the money lenders. Are they not? And the IRS definitely forces people to pay taxes. And all taxes are illegitimate. So I don't see how this is much different from how the Egyptians were forced to pay taxes that they didn't rightfully owe.

See above.
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