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"Official" Lies Are Powerful Evidence Of The Truth

People only feel compelled to lie when the truth stands against them.

AS OBNOXIOUS AS LIES ALWAYS ARE, they are also always two-edged swords, available to the thoughtful and diligent for making deep slices into the backsides of those who purvey them. This is because revealed lies serve as powerful expressions of the truth they are meant to conceal.

For the last two-and-a-half years I have been assembling exposés of many of the lies relied-upon by the "ignorance tax" schemers to turn people away from the only exit from their matrix. These exposés, which debunk the misleading assertions mentioned above, are the most effective tools-- weapons, really-- that any of us will ever have with which to add weight to the stake already inching toward the vampire's breast.

The exposure of lies which have been resorted-to in the circumstances of this lot is powerfully-persuasive evidence of the truths they were meant to conceal, even to people unwilling to learn about those truths directly!

Here is a selection of exposures, in no particular order:


Get really familiar with these lies and then be creative. Write articles and posts referencing these tools and explaining their significance. Fill the internet with a million points of light fueled by these ugly little points of darkness.

Remember, teaching others the accurate truth about the tax is JOB ONE!!! Nothing else will lead to victory of the Leviathan vampire, and the victory to which it will lead will seem a near paradise compared to the current degenerate state of our beloved America.

"To consider the judges as the ultimate arbiters of all constitutional questions (is) a very dangerous doctrine indeed and one which would place us under the despotism of an oligarchy.”

-Thomas Jefferson


"We must snatch the present moment, and employ it well, without too much solicitude for the future, and content ourselves with reflecting that our part is performed. He that waits for an opportunity to do much at once, may breathe out his life in idle wishes, and regret, in the last hour, his useless intentions, and barren zeal."

-Samuel Johnson