Is the IRS willing to kill you?

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  • May 27, 2014
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    It looks like they were probably catching some heat for the “willing to use deadly force part”

    When I clicked on the link last night it was still on there if you click on the link now it has been removed.
     
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    ...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 right wing extremist. The masses will cheer and it will be business as usual.
     

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    Armed IRS= forced search and seizure. They are getting ready to take all of our assets, by force if need be.
    They will force a cashless society, you will own nothing, you will not have anything, and I'll be quite happy to resist by any means possible! :mad:
    Did anyone think that 78000 new irs agents were going to be accountants??? They aren't. They do not control the military and can't easily use it against the people, so they are going to hire their own army.
     

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    They better ramp up the "paying taxes saves the planet" propaganda soon or no one will be on their side during the home invasions. It's one thing to see regular law enforcement show up where you can imagine all the awful things someone did (true or not) to receive such action, but armed IRS storming homes is clearly for one reason.
     

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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.
    Very true....however it's hard to find them after they shoot your dog and lock you in the gulag. Our rugged individualism will most likely be our downfall.....2 is one, one is none or something like that.
     

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    Don't worry guys, it's no big deal. The Biden administration said the $80B and 87,000 new IRShttps://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/white-house/biden-no-new-audits agents won't be weaponized against you poors. They're only going after those rich bastards who make over $400,000 per year.

    Trust the big guy!

     

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    Are they making jabs mandatory for said new employees?

    Wow. They are NOT enforcing vax mandate for these applicants, but still are for military. Think we need to protest anyone having in person interactions with the public from the government needs to be vaccinated.
     
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    Read an article: https://www.zerohedge.com/economics/its-game-over-fed-expect-monetary-rug-pull-soon

    Many obvious points to this one: Gov printed money, kept printing money, kept social programs to keep their voting base happy, printed more money and then some more.

    The Fed can no longer control inflation because of the spending / printing money. No longer control it because to do so would raise the interest to the point it would break the US Government.

    No wonder they are investing in the tax army irs. Without squeezing us, this place is broke. It’s likely broke now but just doesn’t know it.
     
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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...
    You. Umm. You are aware that the entire first bullet point is regular folks right? The one they explicitly say the majority of work is done against.