Is the IRS willing to kill you?

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You decide, but I'll let them speak. This posting for a Special Agent role was taken down, but I managed to snap a screenshot of the role's "Major Duties." Not paying your taxes definitely warrants the use of "deadly force," don't you agree?

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    You decide, but I'll let them speak. This posting for a Special Agent role was taken down, but I managed to snap a screenshot of the role's "Major Duties." Not paying your taxes definitely warrants the use of "deadly force," don't you agree?
    What time does the paranoid conspiracy theory circle jerk start?

     

    Smitty192

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    Absolutely. If you think these marxist, totalitarian bean counters won’t shoot citizens I have some ocean front property to sell you in Western Oklahoma.
    These won't be accountant types. My guess you'll get ones that couldn't get on with the PMC groups or thousands of Antifa types.
     
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    According to Wikipedia:

    The Criminal Investigation strategic plan is composed of four interdependent programs: Legal Source Tax Crimes; Illegal Source Financial Crimes; Narcotics Related Financial Crimes; and Counterterrorism Financing. These four programs are mutually supportive, and encourage utilization of all statutes within CI's jurisdiction, the grand jury process, and enforcement techniques to combat tax, money laundering and currency crime violations. Criminal Investigation must investigate and assist in the prosecution of those significant financial investigations that will generate the maximum deterrent effect, enhance voluntary compliance, and promote public confidence in the tax system.

    Legal source tax crimes

    Investigating Legal Source Tax Crimes is IRS-CI's primary resource commitment. Legal Source Tax investigations involve taxpayers in legal industries and occupations who earned income legally but chose to evade taxes by violating tax laws.

    Illegal source financial crimes

    The Illegal Source Financial Crimes Program attempts to detect all tax and tax-related violations, as well as money laundering and currency violations. This program recognizes that money gained through illegal sources is part of the "untaxed underground economy" that threatens the voluntary tax compliance system and undermines public confidence in the tax system.

    Narcotics-related financial crimes

    The Narcotics-Related Financial Crimes Program was established in 1919, and is one of IRS-CI's oldest initiatives. Its goal is to utilize the financial investigative expertise of its special agents to disrupt and dismantle major drug and money laundering organizations. IRS-CI's role in supporting narcotics related investigations was highlighted in the 1996 book, The Phoenix Solution: Getting Serious About Winning the Drug War, by Vincent T. Bugliosi.

    Counterterrorism and espionage

    Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, IRS Criminal Investigation actively participates in federal counterterrorism investigations. In addition to standard investigative support, IRS-CI Special Agents add financial investigative and computer forensic expertise to terrorism investigations. IRS CI's support on investigations related to counterterrorism was highlighted in the 2013 book "Treasury's War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare," by Juan Zarate.

    Criminal Investigation also actively participates in high-level espionage investigations, for many of the same reasons special agents originally worked on liquor bootlegger, organized crime, and public corruption investigations. In many high-level, complex investigations criminal actors are well insulated from culpability apportioned through traditional techniques of evidence development. The common weakness of many high level criminal activities remains money or the financial benefit, which is difficult to conceal.


    So that's what the IRS-CI special agents are for. Not for the average taxpayer/tax-not-payer, but for actual criminal activity involving money laundering/trafficking and funding naughty people. Doesn't mean they wouldn't get as petty as any other IRS personnel or federal "special agents", but officially speaking there's a legitimate reason. After all, the Secret Service was created to protect the country's financial infrastructure against counterfeiters etc, not just to protect the grand-high-muckamucks.

    But if the ATF is willing to shoot my dog, I'm sure some IRS fellow would be just as happy to shoot me. Ditto with FBI, Secret Service, whomever else. In a normal world, one wouldn't have to worry about that sort of thing, of course...
     

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    With what happened yesterday, you still doubt it? The feds have unofficially declared war on conservatives. That includes all of us up to and including President Trump. So my advice is to save all your expense receipts and don't overstate your mileage allowance on your tax returns. Or you might get a 2am visit from the IRS black helicopters.
     

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    Most all federal agencies have armed agents, and the majority of them also have SWAT teams and have had for a long time. It amazes me that people are just starting to pay attention and make it out to be new.
     
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    You know who else performs a tax audit with guns the mafia , I guess pencils aren't used anymore.......
     
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    All click-baiting aside, this is nothing new. I'm a tax accountant, 20 years ago we referred to these guys as accountants with guns. The wording of the job posting is what caught my attention.
     

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    Yes, the IRS is willing to kill you. Fuck you, you taxpaying piece of shit. You are the corpse these blood sucking cunts depend on to live. They are leeches and scum and you are their food.

    This is the fate of all you Biden voting scumbags, to be murdered by your overlords for failing to obey.

    The question is, Are you willing to cast off your chains and fight the slave masters for your freedom?
     

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    The armed USPS Inspectors that I encounter periodically are the ones that make me scratch my head. Violent mail fraud. It’s a thing. Apparently.
     

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    You decide, but I'll let them speak. This posting for a Special Agent role was taken down, but I managed to snap a screenshot of the role's "Major Duties." Not paying your taxes definitely warrants the use of "deadly force," don't you agree?

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    The bigger question is, are THEY willing to die, trying to kill me, or any of us.
     
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    According to Wikipedia:

    The Criminal Investigation strategic plan is composed of four interdependent programs: Legal Source Tax Crimes; Illegal Source Financial Crimes; Narcotics Related Financial Crimes; and Counterterrorism Financing. These four programs are mutually supportive, and encourage utilization of all statutes within CI's jurisdiction, the grand jury process, and enforcement techniques to combat tax, money laundering and currency crime violations. Criminal Investigation must investigate and assist in the prosecution of those significant financial investigations that will generate the maximum deterrent effect, enhance voluntary compliance, and promote public confidence in the tax system.

    Legal source tax crimes

    Investigating Legal Source Tax Crimes is IRS-CI's primary resource commitment. Legal Source Tax investigations involve taxpayers in legal industries and occupations who earned income legally but chose to evade taxes by violating tax laws.

    Illegal source financial crimes

    The Illegal Source Financial Crimes Program attempts to detect all tax and tax-related violations, as well as money laundering and currency violations. This program recognizes that money gained through illegal sources is part of the "untaxed underground economy" that threatens the voluntary tax compliance system and undermines public confidence in the tax system.

    Narcotics-related financial crimes

    The Narcotics-Related Financial Crimes Program was established in 1919, and is one of IRS-CI's oldest initiatives. Its goal is to utilize the financial investigative expertise of its special agents to disrupt and dismantle major drug and money laundering organizations. IRS-CI's role in supporting narcotics related investigations was highlighted in the 1996 book, The Phoenix Solution: Getting Serious About Winning the Drug War, by Vincent T. Bugliosi.

    Counterterrorism and espionage

    Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, IRS Criminal Investigation actively participates in federal counterterrorism investigations. In addition to standard investigative support, IRS-CI Special Agents add financial investigative and computer forensic expertise to terrorism investigations. IRS CI's support on investigations related to counterterrorism was highlighted in the 2013 book "Treasury's War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare," by Juan Zarate.

    Criminal Investigation also actively participates in high-level espionage investigations, for many of the same reasons special agents originally worked on liquor bootlegger, organized crime, and public corruption investigations. In many high-level, complex investigations criminal actors are well insulated from culpability apportioned through traditional techniques of evidence development. The common weakness of many high level criminal activities remains money or the financial benefit, which is difficult to conceal.


    So that's what the IRS-CI special agents are for. Not for the average taxpayer/tax-not-payer, but for actual criminal activity involving money laundering/trafficking and funding naughty people. Doesn't mean they wouldn't get as petty as any other IRS personnel or federal "special agents", but officially speaking there's a legitimate reason. After all, the Secret Service was created to protect the country's financial infrastructure against counterfeiters etc, not just to protect the grand-high-muckamucks.

    But if the ATF is willing to shoot my dog, I'm sure some IRS fellow would be just as happy to shoot me. Ditto with FBI, Secret Service, whomever else. In a normal world, one wouldn't have to worry about that sort of thing, of course...
    To be fair anyone who isn't in line with the regime has been declared a terrorist right? All 81 million people who voted for Trump. Anyone who speaks out about COVID bullshit or schools grooming kids. Anyone who believes in the constitution or the bible, or acknowledges there are only two genders.
     

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    This has not one fucking thing to do with taxes or the enforcement of them.

    It is a communist party brown shirt gang that is absolutely intended to kill you if you are not a party member.

    Tic tic tic---------------
     

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    Using deadly force....? Why are IRS agents giving people COVID mRNA injections? Weird way to use the agency but okay....
     

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    If push came to shove, I expect the odds would favor the average Hide member vs the average IRS gun toters.
    1 on 1....maybe 5 on 1 perhaps. When 3 Bearcats roll up on you in the middle of the
    night while you're sleeping unaware....perhaps not. They won't ever roll up for a fair fight!!
     
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    Nm.... Job posting is still up. Anyone in the mood for a career change?

     

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    My guess is the irs brown shirts will not stop at the arms and ammo allready amassed.

    They will quickly and quietly arm themselves with all manner of military hardware.

    Communications killing equipment, weaponized drones etc.

    Remember that one politition that threatened the constitutionalits with nukes .

    Do you think they will masterbate while pushing the button on it?
     

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    Considering that the Department of Agriculture has its own police force, I really don't even understand why this is newsworthy.
     

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    Considering that the Department of Agriculture has its own police force, I really don't even understand why this is newsworthy.
    Because the DOA is less likely to KILL the average citizen than the IRS although I did use some unapproved fertilizer on some tomato plants one time, but lets keep that between us.....🤫
     

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    1 on 1....maybe 5 on 1 perhaps. When 3 Bearcats roll up on you in the middle of the
    night while you're sleeping unaware....perhaps not. They won't ever roll up for a fair fight!!
    Feds have to execute their search warrants between the hours of 6 am and 10 pm
     

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    Whether it's just paying your taxes, paying your fees, voting correctly, driving the correct type of car, believing the climate bullshit, using the correct pronouns, eating bugs instead of meat, seeking their permission to survive hunt or fish, denouncing the 2A, or taking the jab when they tell you to...

    Every different agency of the Federal Government is being weaponized against those of you who refuse to accept your fate and just go with the WEF plans. They view it as it's their job to force you into compliance. And force they will. You don't have tanks, bombs, F-15s and nukes. Give it up. Resistance is futile. It's their way or the highway. You are either with them or against them.

    Don't even think of trying to explain to them that forcing you is a bad idea. HOW DARE YOU! That just comes across as violent rhetoric and proof that you are a violent domestic terrorist white supremacist nationalist extremist racist homophobe science denier that needs to be put down after your 401k is looted by the government that knows best.
     
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    According to Wikipedia:

    Counterterrorism and espionage

    Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, IRS Criminal Investigation actively participates in federal counterterrorism investigations. In addition to standard investigative support, IRS-CI Special Agents add financial investigative and computer forensic expertise to terrorism investigations. IRS CI's support on investigations related to counterterrorism was highlighted in the 2013 book "Treasury's War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare," by Juan Zarate.

    Criminal Investigation also actively participates in high-level espionage investigations, for many of the same reasons special agents originally worked on liquor bootlegger, organized crime, and public corruption investigations. In many high-level, complex investigations criminal actors are well insulated from culpability apportioned through traditional techniques of evidence development. The common weakness of many high level criminal activities remains money or the financial benefit, which is difficult to conceal.


    So that's what the IRS-CI special agents are for. Not for the average taxpayer/tax-not-payer, but for actual criminal activity involving money laundering/trafficking and funding naughty people. Doesn't mean they wouldn't get as petty as any other IRS personnel or federal "special agents", but officially speaking there's a legitimate reason. After all, the Secret Service was created to protect the country's financial infrastructure against counterfeiters etc, not just to protect the grand-high-muckamucks.

    But if the ATF is willing to shoot my dog, I'm sure some IRS fellow would be just as happy to shoot me. Ditto with FBI, Secret Service, whomever else. In a normal world, one wouldn't have to worry about that sort of thing, of course...
    Good thing they have been labeling people who believe in limited government and constitutional limits on government terrorists since Obama's administration.

    The 2012 election showed us what the masses wanted, they want socialism, and that's what we are gonna get. Anyone who studies history knows what's coming.
     

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    According to Wikipedia:

    The Criminal Investigation strategic plan is composed of four interdependent programs: Legal Source Tax Crimes; Illegal Source Financial Crimes; Narcotics Related Financial Crimes; and Counterterrorism Financing. These four programs are mutually supportive, and encourage utilization of all statutes within CI's jurisdiction, the grand jury process, and enforcement techniques to combat tax, money laundering and currency crime violations. Criminal Investigation must investigate and assist in the prosecution of those significant financial investigations that will generate the maximum deterrent effect, enhance voluntary compliance, and promote public confidence in the tax system.

    Legal source tax crimes

    Investigating Legal Source Tax Crimes is IRS-CI's primary resource commitment. Legal Source Tax investigations involve taxpayers in legal industries and occupations who earned income legally but chose to evade taxes by violating tax laws.

    Illegal source financial crimes

    The Illegal Source Financial Crimes Program attempts to detect all tax and tax-related violations, as well as money laundering and currency violations. This program recognizes that money gained through illegal sources is part of the "untaxed underground economy" that threatens the voluntary tax compliance system and undermines public confidence in the tax system.

    Narcotics-related financial crimes

    The Narcotics-Related Financial Crimes Program was established in 1919, and is one of IRS-CI's oldest initiatives. Its goal is to utilize the financial investigative expertise of its special agents to disrupt and dismantle major drug and money laundering organizations. IRS-CI's role in supporting narcotics related investigations was highlighted in the 1996 book, The Phoenix Solution: Getting Serious About Winning the Drug War, by Vincent T. Bugliosi.

    Counterterrorism and espionage

    Following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, IRS Criminal Investigation actively participates in federal counterterrorism investigations. In addition to standard investigative support, IRS-CI Special Agents add financial investigative and computer forensic expertise to terrorism investigations. IRS CI's support on investigations related to counterterrorism was highlighted in the 2013 book "Treasury's War: The Unleashing of a New Era of Financial Warfare," by Juan Zarate.

    Criminal Investigation also actively participates in high-level espionage investigations, for many of the same reasons special agents originally worked on liquor bootlegger, organized crime, and public corruption investigations. In many high-level, complex investigations criminal actors are well insulated from culpability apportioned through traditional techniques of evidence development. The common weakness of many high level criminal activities remains money or the financial benefit, which is difficult to conceal.


    So that's what the IRS-CI special agents are for. Not for the average taxpayer/tax-not-payer, but for actual criminal activity involving money laundering/trafficking and funding naughty people. Doesn't mean they wouldn't get as petty as any other IRS personnel or federal "special agents", but officially speaking there's a legitimate reason. After all, the Secret Service was created to protect the country's financial infrastructure against counterfeiters etc, not just to protect the grand-high-muckamucks.

    But if the ATF is willing to shoot my dog, I'm sure some IRS fellow would be just as happy to shoot me. Ditto with FBI, Secret Service, whomever else. In a normal world, one wouldn't have to worry about that sort of thing, of course...
    " the "untaxed underground economy" that threatens the voluntary tax compliance system"
    ...
    Wait, it's been voluntary this whole time?
     

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    " the "untaxed underground economy" that threatens the voluntary tax compliance system"
    ...
    Wait, it's been voluntary this whole time?
    Paying taxes isn't but choosing to calculate your taxes yourself, reporting accurately, and paying the correct amount owed is what they mean by "voluntary". But usually not complying with tax code doesn't result in getting shot at for your average Joe. Yet.
     
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    Paying taxes isn't but choosing to calculate your taxes yourself, reporting accurately, and paying the correct amount owed is what they mean by "voluntary". But usually not complying with tax code doesn't result in getting shot at for your average Joe. Yet.
    When they mandate that you need to have 120% of your tax liability withheld from your check so you can "loan" money to the Fed all year long.... failure to comply might get you shot. That language will probably be hidden in the next "emergency" spending bill where we pretend to send more billion$ to Ukraine, and fight global warming and white nationalism racism crackers with some LGBTCONFUSED+ studies thrown in for good measure.
     

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    99% of .gov and .mil employees live in the same communities that we do and finding them isn't particularly tough.
    But we won't. We sit and bitch just like the silent majority did in the generation before us while we send our kids the bill for our comfortablelifestylejust like our parrents did. Our own government cagencys cover up for the ruling class to kidnap children and fuck them all the time while we sit here obey their laws and pay their taxes like good little subjects. American men don't have the balls anymore to stand up to this and the handful that do are so disassociated and isolated that all they're gonna do is get shot down one by one as the media paints them as the pedofile. The masses will cheer and it will be business as usual.
     

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    The worst part is people talk about how the government has so much information control and power over media That it would make Stalin and Hitler jealous Enough to make mau Hitler and Stalin jealous while well at the same token we have more communication ability than Paul Revere and doc Warren had to get the message out about the events of Lexington and Concord but there's no way in hell we could amass 30,000 people like they did on goddamn horseback.
     
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    This parts is funny as shit: "Adhere to the highest standards of conduct, especially in maintaining honesty and integrity".
    Should I mention Ruby Ridge and Waco scenarios are in our future? The only "bright" thing in the future will include muzzle flashes!