Here is a one hour+ video from the Freedom Law School's Video Library of Joe giving a presentation speech. Joe tells "his story" of how across several years little by little he is ultimately completely transformed on his journey of discovery.
It is entertaining, enlightening, often amusing and in general a testimony to the human spirit. Enjoy...
IRS Agent Exposes IRS Fraud!! - Joe Banister
Uploaded on Jun 11, 2011
Former gun-carrying, IRS Criminal Investigation Division (CID) Special Agent exposes how the IRS is robbing you! He quits his $80,000/yr. Job because the IRS failed to show him that filing & paying Income Tax is mandatory. He will tell his story and his latest efforts for restoring honesty in government.
That's a bold face lie and I can prove it!! Case in point is our 13th anniversary of the 9/11 event. One person, Osama Bin Laden, in collusion with 19 others perpetrated a most heinous crime on our soil.. killing several thousand people, destroying three buildings with two planes.. and worse of all messing up our morning coffee routine? That's the "Official" definition.
The rest, as they say, is history! Instead of letting the police handle this, it is by all definitions a criminal event, we went to war on several countries all across the middle east that did not attack us at all. Blew them all to hell killing people in the hundreds of thousands. Including many of our own children how dare you call us apathetic! Not only that we got all patriotic and passed laws that were extremely anti-American moving the U.S. towards a complete totalitarian full surveillance military police state.
Nuff said? Case closed. That blows that Apathy thing right out of the water doesn't it?
Cowardice asks the question - is it safe?
Expediency asks the question - is it politic?
Vanity asks the question - is it popular?
But conscience asks the question - is it right?
And there comes a time when one must take a position
that is neither safe, nor politic, nor popular;
but one must take it because it is right.
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
In a time when our government has become completely unconscionable in everything they do.. What do we do? Do we turn the TV up louder and drown out the truth protecting us from conscionable objection. Stay in comfortable denial? Switch channels this one offends my conscience?
Well it's Sunday. Maybe we should all take some time, at least one day a week, to sit down and have an HONEST heart to heart with our very own hearts. Problems are not solved by avoiding and denying them. In truth that only serves to perpetuate the problem. Problems are only solved when they are faced, accepted, recognized and therefore dealt with for what they are. Corrected the problem is gone.
The big question here is what problem needs correcting? TV? Government? Politics? Wall Street?, Education? ..or our own hearts because, if we do nothing, we are giving our consent to all of it?
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was right about a lot of things. History has him recorded correctly as the truly great man that he was. I have no doubt Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., was assassinated because he was an extremely dangerous man to those whom are unconscionable. Dangerous to those that have absolutely no interest in what is right.
But of course you did. This illustrates just how powerful and important the control of information is. What you don't know will hurt you.
Here in America today we have a full blown fascist corporatocracy. Another memo you missed I'll bet? The country is owned and controlled by the central bankers, The Federal Reserve. Which of course is just a branch office for the international bankers. The bankers own and control it all. The government, most every major corporation and virtually everything in America belongs to them now. They have control of all, repeat ALL, main stream media. Specifically every source of news you rely on for truth. Which of course it is not. That was the whole point of taking control of all your news sources. To make sure you missed the memo.
Then why in supermarkets do the products with the big ingredient list cost less than those with small ingredient list?
This product with only three ingredients listed, each of which I can pronounce and know what they are, is three times more expensive than the same labeled product with an ingredient list that reads like a an epic novel. I don't even recognize the language of that epic novel some kind of Dow-Chemical-ese. I don't even know how to pronounce many of the ingredients much less know what they are.
What's wrong with this picture? Shouldn't the product where I am getting so much more be more expensive than the product in which I am getting so much less?
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