Actor Wesley Snipes Free After 3 Years in a Government Cage For Refusing to be Mugged by the IRS

Wesley snipes tax evasion parole

It is as though our ability to think critically and logically in the United States has been seriously impaired by the relentless and incessant brainwashing that constantly surrounds us in the form of media, news, propaganda and politics. For an institution that was unconstitutional to begin with, most Americans have accepted the IRS and income tax as legitimate.

What’s wrong with income tax? Everything. It is a punishment for being productive by earning money for one thing. For another thing it is an excuse for the federal government to make you account for many personal details of your life that are really no ones business but your own. It is money that is generally squandered by an irresponsible government and most of it ends up being shuffled to other countries for their benefit.

So let me get this straight…

  • we are forced to pay our government a percent of our earnings that we work for so that our government can

… and society is generally OK with that?

Actor Wesley Snipes Free After 3 Years in a Government Cage For Refusing to be Mugged

By JG Vibes
April 7, 2013

After spending 3 years in a government cage for refusing to have his money stolen by the government, actor Wesley Snipes is now somewhat free.  Unfortunately, he is still under constant supervision and the government continues to treat him like a criminal, simply because he refused to be criminalized.

CNN reported:

“Actor Wesley Snipes has been released from a federal prison where he was serving a three-year sentence after being convicted on tax charges in February 2010.The release to a supervised residential location in New York occurred Tuesday, the Federal Bureau of Prisons told CNN.

Snipes, 50, who starred in the “Blade” action movies and “White Men Can’t Jump,” had been serving time at a federal prison in Pennsylvania. A jury convicted him of willfully failing to file tax returns for 1999, 2000 and 2001. Snipes was acquitted of felony tax fraud and conspiracy charges.  In June 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear an appeal of his sentence, which he had argued was too harsh for a misdemeanor conviction.”

Some people would point out that Wesley Snipes had plenty of money, and that he could have easily handed over his extortion fee and still be able to eat.  However, if a wealthy man was walking down the street and was attacked by a mugger, would people still carry that same perception?  Would everyone condemn this person for attempting to stand up against his mugger?  Because Wesley Snipes, and every other person who is forced to fill out a tax form, is by principle a victim of theft.

Wesley snipes tax evasion paroleThanks to a lifetime of propaganda, people will argue relentlessly that taxation is not an act of violence, they will deny that it perpetuates a complicated form of slavery, and many times get deeply offended when you point out the fact that it is theft.

Yet, peaceful people are taken against their will and thrown in cages every day for not paying taxes. If this action was not carried by the state, everyone would recognize it as a violent kidnapping.  Whats worse is the fact that if any of these people made any attempts to defend themselves on their own property as they would against any other intruder, they would have been killed and treated as if they were the aggressor.

As we reported a few months ago, this year in Italy alone around 12,000 people had armed government workers trespass on their property, take them against their will and lock them up in a cage.

As far as Wesley Snipes is concerned, he should have a warm welcoming back on the outside, and be greeted as a hero.



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