Can We Have Good Politics?!

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2 months ago - 3 minutes read

I don't know how many of you know, but according to some former IRS members, as well as some investigative journalists, it seems that in America there is no law justifying the payment of income taxes by American citizens.

The income tax is a fraud as long as there is no law justifying this taxation, which means that as long as there is no law in this regard in America, taxation is theft.

However, the IRS has "the right" to send individuals to jail for not paying taxes. This is outrageous and if the average taxpayer would realize it, there would probably be a revolution by tomorrow. Do you know what else would cause a revolution? The way money is being created...

Money is literally being created out of thin air, injected into the system, and taxed. Meanwhile, working individuals are selling "real labor" for fake money. Why is it fake(the money), though?


First and foremost it is not even "printed(digitally)" by the government, but instead, it is "lent" to the government by the Federal Reserve, a privately owned structure that is "entitled" to print dollars. Secondly, it is not backed by anything. Like gold, how it was once the case or proof of work as we see with Bitcoin.

How much trust can one have in such a government that allows that to happen? Well, as we can see for ourselves, the majority is still believing that presidents are elected, money is real, and that the governments do give a damn about the individual.

When instead all these so-called leaders care about is the elites that are paying them for making their plans come to fruition. The likes of the Rothschilds, BlackRock, JP Morgan, and others are the real leaders of the US, and not only, while the Bidens and the Macorns of the political stage are nothing but puppets of the oligarchs.

You can't have just bad politics everywhere, right?

Well, that's true and in this regard, we have Nayib Bukele, the president of El Salvador who has managed to turn the country into one of the safest places on earth after being one of the most dangerous ones to live in for a few good years, and working on making it even more attractive in the future to both tourists and potential investors.

Next week, I’ll be sending a bill to congress to eliminate all taxes (income, property, capital gains and import tariffs) on technology innovations, such as software programming, coding, apps and AI development; as well as computing and communications hardware manufacturing. Nayib Bukele on Twitter source

This is a risky bet. On one hand, he could end up "lending out the country" for free, but on the other, he can have a win by attracting even more investors, tourists, and all sorts of individuals spending money in El Salvador. Then there are the Bitcoin volcano mining bonds that are going to be launched this summer.

While the likes of Joe Biden, Macron, and Ursula von der Leyen are what I'd call bad politics, what Nayib Bukele is achieving with El Salvador is what I'd call good politics. Let's also not forget about the national Bitcoin treasury which is about to hit a "break-even level" once BTC goes above $40k. Bukele took the leading charge of a wreck and he is about to make that thing sail.

I guess sometimes all it takes to change things for the better is a young innovative president that is not afraid of risk and is also not sold to the powers in charge.

I don't know how El Salvador would function if the president would ditch income tax too, but I sure know that we don't have schools and roads because we pay taxes... And if they can print all the money they wish out of thin air why do we still have to pay income taxes?

Thanks for your attention, Adrian

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