Legal Non-Taxpayers


If more people understood the reason why we pay taxes… we could all be legal non-taxpayers. If we only paid one another 100% Fruit of Labor instead of discounting other’s human toil for profit. Capital Gains tax is the only tax that does not erode our inalienable rights to Life, Liberty, and Property (100% Fruit of Labor). This is protected by the 5th and 14th Amendments and the North Carolina Constitution that designates Property (Fruit of Labor) as an inalienable right.

The reason there is income taxes is because we are directly or indirectly profiting or forfeiting an inalienable right of ours or someone else’s property (fruit of labor). If you stop giving up a portion of your fruit of labor and stop taking someone else’s property through profits you do not have to pay taxes. You would only pay capital gains on value you created through a social value platform. That’s why it’s called income taxes. You or someone else derived an income from human toil and now you have to pay a tax or fine for impeding your own or someone else’s inalienable right to yours or their fruit of labor.

We would never have to argue that we are a legal non-taxpayer to the government if you discounted your property (fruit of labor) to someone else or profited from someone else’s human toil… You would only pay capital gains taxes and not the purposefully named “Income Tax” in the first place… We are non-taxpayers if we pay each other 100% Fruit of Labor…

We are legal non-taxpayers if we keep and pay 100% Property to each other.

If anyone discounts someone else’s property for a profit they should pay taxes, it is what all democratic countries are through the social contract model and the law abiding patriotic citizens that uphold it.

There is no need to fight the government over becoming legal non-taxpayers. We would NOT be paying income taxes in the first place if we kept 100% of our Property and didn’t discount someone else’s for a profit… that’s where all democratic nations in the world agree through the social contract model of its citizenry

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