Peter Eric Hendrickson - Cracking the Code: The Truth About Taxation in America October 23, 2013
Researcher, analyst and scholar Peter E. Hendrickson discusses his liberating book Cracking the Code. For the 64 years of its existence, the U. S. Internal Revenue Code has been ridiculed, feared and despised by virtually everyone. As presented by the IRS, the code purposefully appears illogical, inconsistent and incomprehensible. The vast majority of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) is not the law itself, but is only evidence-- a representation-- of the actual statutes in force, and like in the game of post-office, the real language has been a bit garbled in transmission. Peter breaks apart the beast and makes it simple to understand but what you will learn contradicts everything you've been told! We'll discuss the origin of the income tax, constitutional limitations, IRS misinformation and making educated filings to set the record straight with the IRS. He explains how definitions such as "income," "wages," "self-employment income," "employee," "employer" and "trade or business"-- in regard to, the tax law-- have narrow legal meanings exclusively involving, and applying to, certain privileged activities, such as holding or administering a government office, or working in one. This excludes the vast majority of people who are paying income taxes. We discuss elements of this corrupt scheme and who is profiting. Uninformed citizens are inadvertently participating in the transformation of their untaxable earnings into taxable income, surrendering their wealth to crooks never to be seen again. If you want to stand up in accordance with the truth and liberate yourself spiritually and financially and if you want to stop funding your own destruction, listen to this program.