According to Natural News, Mike Adams, in the latest episode of Awakenings, explained why the government doesn’t need your money and why the tax code is actually a system of social engineering rather than revenue generation. In the episode, he also covers:
• Why the idea that your tax dollars are needed to fund the government is a myth.
• How the federal government can — and does — create trillions of dollars out of nothing when it wants to (for bailing out wealthy banks).
• Why the real purpose of the IRS tax code is to exist as a tool of social control where behaviors can be punished or rewarded by lawmakers and special interests.
• How money is created as a debt burden against the People.
• Total federal tax revenues are only around $3 trillion annually.
• Why the federal income tax could be abolished overnight — and the government would never run out of money.
• How abolishing all federal income taxes could revolutionize the U.S. economy and create millions of jobs, supporting small businesses, local jobs, investment, savings and more.
• How the government is already creating over $1 trillion a year in new money that’s handed over to wealthy banks and injected into the economy.
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Henry Ford once said, “It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.”
Are you confused by all the talk about monetary policy, fiat money and inflation? You’re not alone. Bankers and politicians have worked hand in hand for many decades to obscure their activities from the public. They hide behind elaborate structures designed to inflate the money supply while creating the false impression that they are looking out for our best interests.
Inflation is a very simple concept to understand: More money = less value. It may seem contradictory, but it’s very straightforward.
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