IRS Implements Mark of the Beast Control System
April 16, 2012
Accusation alone–without due process– can bar your authorization to travel, buy guns, and soon, from many other privileges of the state.
In an alarming step towards total fascism, a bill rapidly working its way through Congress would allow strong measures to deal with tax cheats found by the IRS to owe more than $50,000. Those accused of delinquency would have their passport status removed and be banned from travel, revoking without due process the basic rights held by American citizens. Moreover, the suspect, once listed by the IRS, is placed in a centralized database for travel authorization where the ban is enforced. Remarkably, this power to blacklist citizens is handed extra-judiciously to the government agency directly without requirements in the bill for any charges at all.
These IRS-based bans only extend the existing and growing powers of the blacklist itself. While some in society will be barred from travel, all will increasingly be forced to submit their credentials for permission to board transportation or cross borders. Not only that, but now, $50k in back taxes is basically like being labeled a terrorist! Obama authorized the killing an American citizen without due process because he was an (accused) terrorist. Then, Obama authorized the indefinite detention of American citizens without due process under NDAA in the event that they might be a terrorist. And the protection of individual rights slip away from there into total tyranny.