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Noted in Passing: 87,000 Black Uniforms and the Skulls are being recruited.

The IRS is hiring! Right here. For you. Maybe it’s recruiting directly from the Mexican Cartels for some of their surplus underemployed killers. Maybe those recruits will be given instant citizenship, snappy new uniforms, automatic weapons, on-base housing, and a tasty hiring bonus with no bag limits. Plus a tax holiday for the rest of their lives, no matter how long or short.  Who could refuse such a sweet sweet offer?Why give IRS a private army? Because it has ready-made intimidation built in. That’s the cause. This is the effect. . .

Gerard Van der Leun // 1692 Mangrove Ave Apt: 379
Chico, CA 95926

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  • pgt beauregard August 25, 2022, 8:25 AM

    To paraphrase Michael Collins:
    “What happens when the person demanding that information vanishes without a trace.”

    • ghostsniper August 25, 2022, 1:14 PM

      100 more show up.
      No, you don’t have enough ammo.
      Can you shoot with both hands simultaneously, in the dark, in the snow, while running backwards?

      • pgt beauregard August 26, 2022, 12:58 PM

        what makes you think there will be any shooting at all?
        Or that I will be home when they come knocking?

  • Vanderleun August 25, 2022, 9:13 AM

    “Gentlemen, start your backhoes! ”

  • Anonymous August 25, 2022, 10:27 AM

    Start now to defend yourselves. REFUSE to file your tax return online. You can go to the IRS website and download the forms that let you fill in automatically. When you have completed those forms, print two copies, one for the IRS and one for your files. Then MOST IMPORTANTLY– MAIL THE RETURN to the IRS. REFUSE To participate in their online technology scam. When you file online they have immediate information about all of your private life. How much your investments are, where they are, etc.

    In preparation for their stated and promised RE-DISTRIBUTION OF LAND, they are looking for all of the real estate you own (even if you don’t report your RE Taxes)! Filing online gives them access to every other part of your financial life! DON’T BE LAZY–print out the form and walk it down to the PO for proof of mailing receipt!!!

    I have been told by a knowledgeable insider that the Utah offices of the IRS have two of those big storage containers packed with paper filings waiting to be processed, siting on-site at the IRS headquarters~

    • Mike Austin August 26, 2022, 11:10 AM

      I have never filed on-line, only by USPS. I always save a number of copies of both Federal and State returns. I have no real estate, no vehicles and no bank account worth mentioning. These do not make me immune, only less of a target. For now.

  • ghostsniper August 25, 2022, 10:51 AM

    Paperwork is where people will be tripping up.
    In the past 2 years “side hustle” has increased more than 60% and that is money that the gov’t is NOT privy to. However, bills must be paid so the side hustle people are depositing the hustle money into their bank and credit card accounts so they can pay their bills. THAT right there is traceable. ALL banks and ALL credit card company’s are required by law to inform the IRS of what is happening.

    If you report to the IRS that you only made, say, $10k last year but your bank acct shows that you deposited $20k, guess what? Similarly, if you made $10k but paid the credit card company’s $20k. BAM!!! They gotcha!

    There are ways to play the game called “Avoid the Thieves” successfully but you have to pay attention and really study how the game is played, and even then you can still get caught. As I’ve said many times in the past, all of us are now outlaws to one degree or another, the only diff among us is that some recognize this fact and many others do not.

    If you thought life was already tough just wait til the IRS gets ahold of you. They will quickly give you some OJT (on the job training) in what hell on earth is all about. Hint: It ain’t about the money. It’s about destroying your life in all ways.

    Work for cash, pay with cash, and do not blink for one second. Ever. After a few years it seems normal. Life in the USSA.

  • Dirk August 25, 2022, 11:09 AM

    Which is why WE spend the money on a outstanding CPA. It is in our best interest to spend a little, to save a lot.

    Just a thought, just do it right the first time, you me, we’re not going to beat the IRS.

    It’s fucking money.

    • ghostsniper August 25, 2022, 12:08 PM

      No, it’s not about money, it’s about the IRS trying to destroy your life.

      Talk to some folks that through no fault of their own have LEGALLY gotten on the wrong side of the IRS and find out how that mafia organization really is. Most people cannot imagine a world in which the gov’t is pure evil until they themselves become another one of it’s victims.

      FWIW, ALL accountants will side with the IRS when push comes to shove because the accountant has limited financial resources and the IRS has unlimited resources.

      When these 87,000 new agents (that’s almost 30 new agents per county – how many agents are currently assigned to the county you live in?) come on board I imagine a lot more people will become familiar with the mafioso side of the equation and how cowardly their accountants are to the spoon that feeds them and the whip that aligns them.

      Lastly, it’s not about “beating” the IRS, it’s about surviving avoiding the hellish attack that awaits you if you even accidently get in their radar sweep. Stay low, real low.

      • Dirk August 25, 2022, 12:29 PM

        Ghost it’s always been about money, like the mafia, they want their cut!

        Friend, we live in two different worlds, your hustle for your scratch, we’ve always been a public employees, played by the rules. We don’t hustle, and we don’t worry. No disrespect to you, but life’s about choices.

        I’m amused about the disappearing IRS agents comment.

        Everyday the govt another three feet further up everybody asses.

        Until things change, ain’t nothing going to change.

        • ghostsniper August 25, 2022, 1:21 PM

          Dirk sed: “…played by the rules…”
          Dirk, the IRS doesn’t play by rules.
          Unfortunately you’ll probably have to find this out yourself, rather than learning from the example of others. I don’t blame you for your ignorance in this matter, as I used to be ignorant too.

          The IRS trump card is to bombard the target with warehouses of paperwork and charges so that the legal costs of fighting far outweigh the cost of what they claim you owe and the over the top toll on your family, and your sanity. They fight dirty like you can’t imagine.

          • Dirk August 25, 2022, 2:18 PM

            Na Ghost in many ways you’re extremely ignorant. Your inability to be flexible is your biggest weakness.

            I believe you are a wise man with vision. Amuses me to hear you suggest you don’t play by the rules. You do, we all pretty much do.

            Just makes going along to get along better.

            Agree bumps will occur. “We” are gold and silver bugs, I anticipate extreme scrutiny in this particular area. We’re just not sure how we will respond. Reasonably certain or CPA will discover the solution within their new rules. Tic Toc.

            No shame in following the rules to a point.

            I fucking hate this govt with all I am, like everybody here We Wish to be left alone. If the solutions give uncle sugar an additional 20.00 easy peasy.

            Until we’ll know, we don’t, not losing sleep over it now.

            Ghost I’m not trying to be a dick, I’m in extreme pain, I get a new right hip Monday, and I literally can’t wait, the hip joint, and lower back hurts that bad.

            • ghostsniper August 25, 2022, 6:06 PM

              Good luck with the hip Dirk.
              Frankly, the very idea blows my mind.
              But you seem to have a good attitude about it and that matters most.

  • Dan Patterson August 25, 2022, 12:07 PM

    It is 1938 and we are Europe.

    I’ve said that before and every year is 1938.

    Keep this shit up and some version of partitioning will happen. It might be self-imposed and small scale to keep the feral population out; it might be caused by forced containment from government actors; it could be revolutionary and separatist. No matter how it happens the result is a jack hammer to the foundation of our society, the culture has already been polluted beyond recognition and for that I blame low testosterone males and childless females.

    Every living creature I can think of has an innate reflex to protect their own and those of their circle. Children sharpen that threshold for the parent, leading to intact family, strong bonds, and a contiguous cultural destination of peace, happiness, and prosperity. Either a moral layer underpins those aspirations, or the aspirations create the morality; either way such is a feature of successful societies and we have nearly let ours die of thirst.

    Remove children and family bonding, remove the powerful protective and constructive effects of testosterone, make the female brain the controlling force for public policy decisions and you get what you get. The results are all around us, and in smoking ruin.

    Want more of that? Want to live in a world worse than the one we are now in, or in one better? Lots of words are used decrying the path we are on, pining for a return to the old days, remembering when. We are not going back, have we ever? The way we behaved then, the way our families circled around one another, the way we depended on tradition and logic and reason are behind us. Am I wrong to think that?

    • ghostsniper August 25, 2022, 12:23 PM

      No we aren’t going back to 1955 ever again. But, sane people everywhere want to retain the “idea” of 1955 in most ways. Sane people try to live that idea in all ways as best as they can. Why? Because that era was the very pinnacle of American success where more people were living the dream than ever before in world history. Yes, their dreams were meager then, compared to today, but unlike today their dreams were achievable. Then, you could reach right out and grab your dreams with both hands and make them yours. Today, dreams seem like hysterically laughing specters always just beyond your grasp, yet always taunting, and always laughing at you.

      Yes, today you have your moments and for some those moments can seem supreme. But there is an undercurrent everywhere that no one can deny. A feeling of doubt, of unsureness, even fear. Fear is the most powerful emotion and people go out of their way to avoid it. In 1955 fear had gotten it’s ass kicked 10 years prior (we have nothing to fear but fear itself) and unburdened by that giant weight people were able to focus on what was important – the creation of, and the maintaining of, the All American Family all wrapped up in that achievable American Dream. People will kill for that.

  • jiminalaska August 25, 2022, 1:28 PM

    I, for one, of course fully support our ever so kind and always benevolent overlords and will grab my forelock and bend a knee as the 87,000 jackbooted IRS agents march proudly by as I know their only aim is to make a truly Herculean effort to assure that our fine undocumented immigrants (Some three million of whom have been welcomed into our fold just since 2020.) understand our tax system and pay their fair share. How on earth could anyone think there might be another reason to hire, arm and deploy those astute and honest young men?

  • Sid V August 25, 2022, 1:29 PM

    Changing my voter registration to Democrat. Maybe that will help.

    • Gordon Scott August 25, 2022, 1:56 PM

      It might, Sid, briefly. But they can look at your history online. Take mine. Google has my calendar. It has an entry for various legislative district meetings. Only one party meets at that time and place.

      I watched a guy at The New Neo deliver up a pretty good summary of Jonah Goldberg’s financial life along with his addresses, and how he paid for his house, with about 20 minutes of research–and no access to private government databases.

      I can pay a few things in cash. I can’t pay phone, internet, park rent, or any credit bills with cash. I’d better make sure I report that much income, hey? Last tax season I had a tax service. This year it’s going to be CPA all the way, and not a cheap one.

      All this J6 crap, all the subpoenas of Trump’s appointees, pre-dawn and airport raids, and yes, Mar-A-Lago, is battlespace prep. Don’t consider working for a Republican, because we’re going to come for you. Don’t volunteer for the party. Don’t volunteer for a candidate. Don’t post a picture of yourself in a Kari Lake hat on Facebook. We’ll know. We will remember.

  • Jack August 25, 2022, 3:31 PM

    I’ve got a couple of friends, brothers, who tried to beat the system by simply not paying taxes. IRS got both of them and they paid their due balances, penalties and interest for a decade or more. Hotshots last one time, certain they could beat the system, both will happily tell you now that they wouldn’t do that shit again for any reason.

    I’m a consultant and I own a little interest in a few producing wells so I’m a 1099 guy. I used to pay quarterly but covid shot my business in both feet and since that recovery, nearly two years now I just pay at the end of the year. My accountant keeps all of my records and I’m very light on business deductions…nothing without a receipt.

    If the IRS audits or penalizes me I’ll pay it but fuck them in hell for eternity for their trouble and hopefully the next guy they run into won’t be a kind and considerate a fellow as I usually am. I don’t care if politicians and people who work for the IRS are the most devout Jesus loving sons-of-bitches on this planet I have a pretty good idea that all of them know what they bring to the table and they do it because they enjoy it. That won’t save any of them in the end.

  • Klaus August 25, 2022, 5:39 PM

    I gotta say… who the hell is the bald guy with a Mohawk in the second row?