IRS Loses $175 Million Class Action Lawsuit! – Taxation Is Theft

Josh Sigurdson talks with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the indefensible destructiveness of the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) as it’s been a cancer on the American people since 1913 when the IRS Act was passed around the same time as The Federal Reserve Act.

Monetary manipulation goes hand in hand with the extortion system known as the IRS.

Recently, the IRS lost a $175 million class action lawsuit including more than 700,000 people and businesses to recover allegedly unlawful license fees paid to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Nearly three years later, the plaintiffs got a win after Judge Royce C. Lamberth ruled that “all fees that the defendant has charged to class members to issue and renew a PTIN … are hereby declared unlawful.” The potential cost to the IRS? $175 million.

Josh and John go into why taxation is theft and why it’s not necessary. From “Who’ll build the roads?” to how it affects businesses and promotes an impoverished society and how a voluntary society with voluntary community funding is far better than the statist extortion racket.

Both on a moral and logical level, taxation is wrong and an attack on free individuals.

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Video edited by Josh Sigurdson

Josh Sigurdson
John Thore Stub Sneisen

Graphics by Bryan Foerster and Josh Sigurdson

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  • Denver Mason

    It amazes me that people think that a flat place cannot be built without mind control (government). In fact part of the solution to this problem might be to stop using the word government and start calling it what government means. Mind control.

  • Blaewas

    This is a bit off topic but if any Canadians could enlighten me, how does federalism work in Canada? Is there a similar mechanism to the “Convention of States” option in the US that would allow the provinces to propose and approve amendments to your constitution without having to go through Parliament?

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