How To Pay The Least Taxes! – Taxation Is Theft!

Josh Sigurdson talks with lawyer George Balabanian about taxation in Canada and how one can avoid taxes as much as humanly possible.
Taxation is by definition theft. It’s the use of stolen funds under a collective “greater good of the greater number” guise in order to fund foreign conflicts, inefficient infrastructure and giant state monopolies. That’s not to mention the amount of tax dollars used to pay off the interest on the debt by the printing of fiat currency.
With carbon taxes, income tax, PST, GST, MST, business taxes, property taxes, eco-taxes and basically every other tax one can assume exists, it’s impossible to truly save up for your future and prosper in your line of work.
So often we see the excuse given that the use of extortion is necessary in order to help the poor and the sick. Meanwhile, the poor are affected most notably by high taxes as their income is scraped, businesses can’t compete or innovate in the market as they’re up against massive state-monopolies, so production is low and therefor, employment and wages are lower. Then on top of it all people have to deal with inflation.
In healthcare, taxes subsidize and favor big pharma and monopolized insurance companies. This causes prices to rise as competition is crushed.
All of this is entirely unnecessary. Everything the government does, the free market does better. Individuals freely trading goods for services without being extorted for their hard earned money to fund a mob obviously works far more efficiently than its antithesis.
Voluntary taxation which George points out is an oxymoron (it’s more realistically called a donation) is a very viable alternative in a voluntary individualist society.

In this video, George Balabanian breaks down how one can legally avoid taxes as much as possible. It’s not easy, but it can be done!
Cut the mob off at its criminal funding. You know the saying about the snake. Chop it at the head and the body will cease to be.

People need to take responsibility.

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

George Balabanian
Josh Sigurdson

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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  • Vention1MGTOW

    Yeah, I busted my butt to save (and bought bitcoins as well as paying off my house). Now I’m about to expatriate to SE Asia and live well for a fraction of the US price. Drawing from my bitcoins and other savings will be considered long term capital gains so at those low income levels I’ll pay almost no tax.

  • magnus4g63

    Well technically if it is voluntary it is not taxation, then it would be donation or subscription or maybe crowdfunding … or just paying for a good or service … but taxation is defined by its coercive involuntary nature and is therefore always a form of theft, systematic extortion actually … or slavery to be honest.

  • yamato murray

    International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
    PART I
    Article 1
    2. All peoples may, for their own ends, freely dispose of their natural wealth and resources without prejudice to any obligations arising out of international economic co-operation, based upon the principle of mutual benefit, and international law. In no case may a people be deprived of its own means of subsistence.
    Article 8
    1. No one shall be held in slavery; slavery and the slave-trade in all their forms shall be prohibited.
    2. No one shall be held in servitude.

    Canada has a legal binding obligation to protect these rights.

    Taxes must be voluntary to comply with all the international covenants that Canada has signed on to.

  • Gary Kings Blank

    True Capitalism, dangerous Speak. Well it is good younger folks still know what it is. Good stuff. Lets start eliminating central banks, or try. They kill capitalism more than any other agency.

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