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Dispatch of Merchants

Dispatch of Merchants

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by William L. Avery, A.MA short presentation on the subject of sources of the liability forthe so called Income Tax as grounded in the Law Merchantthrough the Federal Reserve and other statutes.
Gallant tax-fighters and other live Patriots have hauledconsiderable law into the courts on tax and money issues. Yet,whatever evidence of law they bring and however extensivelythey research their cases, they are ruled against and evenimprisoned in criminal courts. We have yet to gain a singledecision on substantive law to free us from the corporatefeudalism suffocating the world in the name of anti-Communism. So, there has got to be a reason why we meetfailure after failure beyond the charge that the judges are allcorrupt and godless.The truth seems to be that we have simply not yet hit upon thevital nerve which will convulse the whole swindling law(formally constitutional law) upon which the judges arecompelled to give their decisions. It is the only answer thatmakes sense. Is this answer discoverable so that we can beatthose that function by these laws at their own game? The writerbelieves that he has discovered the answer through variousheated confrontations and pleadings in several courts.Indeed, in September of 1975, the writer succeeded in corneringthe county judge on the money and tender issue, and by
badgering and blistering him until he choked with rage,compelled him to blurt out the secret allowing him to sign a writof assistance (remember those?) against the writer for doggedlyrefusing to bargain with banker swindlers over the right to hisown property. The recent Complaint, in a civil action in FederalCourt, resulting from this act is added as part of the appendix tothis book.Well, the answer is in the money, all right, but far beyond whathas been pleaded so far. It ties into other substantive issuesraised by Bill Hanks on non-liability of natural persons forincome taxes on franchises granted by the states. This is the onlygenuine basis for overturning the illegal personal (individual)income tax, which is a nullity to begin with and absolutely"voluntary" for reasons that will be covered later.The entire tax scheme is grounded in the so called "commerceclause" of Article I, section 1, clause 3, of the FederalConstitution, allowing Congress to "regulate commerce withforeign nations, and among the several states, and with theIndian tribes." The Supreme Court held in Gibbons v. Ogden in1824 that commerce "comprehends traffic, trade, navigation,communication, the transit of persons and the transmission of messages by telegraph; indeed every species of commercialintercourse."This clause was written to prevent the States from wrecking theUnion upon erroneous theories of "interposition" to"nullification" and to guarantee the "free flow of interstatecommerce," certainly a legitimate aim. However, to regulate andguarantee are not the same as sponsor and promote.
Nevertheless, commencing with the Interstate Commerce Act of 1887, monolithic private enterprise succeeded in expropriatingthe Federal government to its own uses by several clever laws.One such was the Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890, whosewording protects far different "persons" than one might suspect.By it, even the innocent unemployed are "in restraint of trade"by the mere fact of being unemployed.The fundamental premise has been to compel as many privateindividuals as possible to become "merchants" subject to theselaws, where they could be subject to no others, and had actuallybeen promoting the "free flow of interstate commerce," but rightstraight into one monopolized ocean of private control outsidethe government.This result is achieved through the United Nations treaty, uponwhich, by the commerce clause and the "law of nations," everyhuman being has become, in one way or another, a "merchant"subject to an international super-something called the "LawMerchant." This is strictly a voluntary law nowhere writtendown and it is strictly a private law of negotiable instruments,sales, insurance, and other matters binding only upon the honorof "merchants," as the personal income tax.Thus, the simplest way to compel everyone to become a"merchant" under this unwritten law is to compel him to acceptbills of exchange as money. These compulsory bills of exchangeare none other than the Federal Reserve Notes, series 1963,1969, and 1974, legalized as "money" on March 18,1968, beingalso irredeemable perpetual annuity bonds, or small change forgovernment securities.

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