Critical Thought: Taxation of Wages (property)
I recently filed exempt on my tax form because, frankly, I'm sick of sending my property (wages) to a gigantic crime family that is the U.S. Government. I would be lying if i didn't admit that this makes me a little nervous because, of course, I don't want to sit in some federal prison for any amount of time but none the less it was something I was compelled to do out of contempt for being robbed of my power to gain property in my persuit of happiness.
Recently I have been pondering what it really means that I get to keep an extra $200 to $300 on my paycheck to spend where ever I wish.
If I send it to the government to spend the power of that $300 to gain more tax revenue ends because when the government spends it somewhere they don't pay taxes to themselves.
But if I am allowed to keep that money and spend it that same $300 dollars has an endless ability to create tax revenue as it continually changes hands. I may buy a product for the amount of $300 and when the company who sold me the product spends the same to buy more products to sell the $300 gets taxed again....Of course that money is going now to the distributor or manufacurer and then they spend it on materials to make the product where another tax is levied. You see where this is going I'm sure.
So in theory that $300 dollars has an endless ability to generate taxes to easily fund any government for as long as necessary...
So why would the government cheat itself out of all this revenue?
My observation, if correct, can only lead me to one conclusion. The purpose for taxation on our wages (property) is to supress our purchasing power and keep the boot directly on our necks. To keep us down....
Another Critical Thought by SUICIDEkings