Submitted by SD Contributor AGKIIK:

The government has proposed that anyone owing $50,000 or more to the
IRS= no passport.  They are ring fenced in the USSA tax gulag.   Suspicion of tax fraud is cause. The IRS considers you guilty;  innocence no longer presumed.

Soon enough no one will be able to  get a passport.
Any reason or no reason at all will be used to prevent the sheeples and tax slaves from leaving the gulag.   The USSR perfected this system.  We’re just taking a page from their book.
Like they said at the DNC  Convention: We all belong to the  government now‘.
I was dots connecting this AM, one of my  favorite contact  sport nowadays.
Here is what I connected.

1.  The government has  proposed that  someone  owes $50,000 or more to the
IRS—no passport.  They are ring fenced in the USSA tax gulag.   Suspicion of tax fraud is cause
enough IMO. The IRS considers you guilty;  innocence no longer presumed

2.  Anyone who was prescribed,  arrested or convicted  of using marijuana will not be able to buy a gun
legally. The DOJ has tasked the BATF with  enforcement of this new
regulation.  Goodbye 2nd Amendment.

3.  Susan Posel-Occupy Corporatist post

The new QE 3 announced last week provides for $40 to  $85 billion in
MBS purchases.  Morgan Stanley is the premier provider of this system of peddling junk  bond mortgages.  The
Fed will most certainly buy at least $1 trillion in the next year.  Result—Morgan  Stanley is saved and
can offload hundreds of billions in its toxic mortgage  portfolio, thus saving  MS.  Ditto for B of A, Wells and other mega banks that invested heavily in these securities.  This is the  stealth Too Big to Fail banker bailout we were waiting for.
Be absolutely assured the Fed will spend every  penny and then some of
these funds–to Infinity.

4   Here is what Susanne poses as the result of Fed  purchases of these toxic mortgages.  The basis for this
this assumption?  The Fed plans to  criminalize any delinquency, default, foreclosure or short sale.
15-25% of home owners are either  delinquent or in foreclosure, depending on the area.
250,000 new foreclosures per month
1,500,000 people in foreclosure today
10,000,000 mortgages are underwater

5.  The FHFA plans to go after the strategic defaulters;  those who walk away from their mortgage.  Jingle Mail will get  you jail.  This agency will focus its efforts on criminally prosecuting  those who are not paying on their loans.  47 million people in this  country are under the $27,000 poverty level. How do you make payments at  that level of income?
Imagine what would happen if a family was told they could be  arrested if they tried to default on their home, walk away from the home since its upside down mortgage or simply cannot afford to pay the mortgage  as a choice over eating or heating the home.  Food inflation will rip into family budgets if it has not already.  20% of the American  families have food insufficiency.
A family could effectively be jailed in their home, forced to pay the mortgage or in reality jailed by the feds for not paying on their mortgage. Work farms and FEMA camps come to mind.   I guess the prison system needs new slaves to manufacture consumer goods and weapons for the  military.

China is pricing itself out of the market so if the domestic prison labor force can be made to work for 23 cents an hour,  as was disclosed by a news article relating to military uniform manufacturer forced to pay off over 100 employees due to uncompetitive manufacture  pricing, then it’s just a matter of timing and money before these plans are  implemented.

6  If someone was delinquent on their mortgage or lost their home,  they would not be able to get a passport.

7.  If this seems unreasonable in light of the heavy consequences then look at the situation surrounding student loans.  Today, many states have prison time for people who default on consumer loans.
Of the $1 trillion in student loan balances, 29% are delinquent.  50% plus unemployment in graduating students means a wave  of defaults will occur in the next couple of years.   Since the Fed controls 100% of the student loan market,  these loans are not  dischargeable by bankruptcy.  The student is now a debt slave to  the USSA.
Not passports for these people either.  If the parents cosign for these loans, they are now liable for the delinquent payments. They can have their Social Security  payments, tax refunds or unemployment checks seized for payments.  They  could lose their home and now be doubly guilty for their crimes.

No passports for Mom and Dad either.
Moral of the story.   Soon enough no one will be able to  get a passport.
Any reason or no reason at all will be used to prevent the sheeples and tax slaves from leaving the gulag.   The USSR perfected this system.  We’re just taking a page from their book.
Like they said at the DNC  Convention: ‘ We all belong to the  government now

  1. There’s another take on forward extrapolation that perfectly matches government’s past and present actions … further advancement into Communist Totalitarian Dictatorship. Viz:

    “Confiscation of the property of all emigrants and rebels.” 4th Plank of the Communist Manifesto”

    Centralization of credit in the hands of the state, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly.” –5th Plank of the Communist Manifesto

  2. The government has proposed that anyone owing $50,000 or more to the
    IRS= no passport.  They are ring fenced in the USSA tax gulag.   Suspicion of tax fraud is cause. The IRS considers you guilty;  innocence no longer presumed.
    This was originally part of the highway bill, but my understanding is that it is not included in the version that was passed. Would be very interested in any information on whether this has gone into effect, and through what legislation. 

  3. does anyone else remember a few years ago seeing advertisements on television trying to get parents to co-sign for student loans ?    i remember the ads, but, cannot remember the lingo that was used… they did not use the word “co-sign” .

  4. That two in ten US families already do not have enough (or enough of the right food) to eat is terrible – that it will get much worse is tragic.  At what point will people get desperate enough to realise they no longer have anything to lose?
    Are people really going to calmly let themselves be herded up and get on the trucks to FEMA camp?  Time to remember who you are people and take back your power…….you only belong to them if you believe that.

  5. Those are all the reasons why I shouldn’t trust and accept the government’s bogus currency. People tells the others that they shouldn’t break the laws because it’s bad but in fact, it’s the laws that are bad which is way I think that it is okay to not follow certain laws.

    • “A strict observance of the written laws is doubtless one of the high duties of a good citizen, but it is not the highest. The laws of necessity, of self-preservation, of saving our country when in danger, are of higher obligation. To lose our country by a scrupulous adherence to written law, would be to lose the law itself, with life, liberty, property and all those who are enjoying them with us; thus absurdly sacrificing the end to the means.” –Thomas Jefferson

      By allowing jurisprudence and our courts to be usurped by government paid stooge ‘judges’ and sycophant, avaricious ‘attorneys’, we’ve denuded our juries of their capacity to sit in cognizance of statute as well as facts of cases before them. Until we resurrect our original jurisdiction Community Courts conducted under Common Law Due Process, we’re doomed to suffer these theatrical productions falsely described as ‘trials’.

  6. “The IRS considers you guilty;  innocence no longer presumed.”

    LOL, AG.  The IRS has ALWAYS used the guilty until proven innocent approach.  This is not new.

    As to those deadbeats who are not paying the taxes they owe, I guess that I just have a different view.  I would throw them all OUT of the US until they paid up.  THEN they could return.  I say this on behalf of all who pay what they owe and are tired of pulling the tax wagon while others ride in it for free.  No, I am not a huge fan of the current US tax system but am most definitely in favor of improving it for everyone.  I would MUCH prefer a flat tax with a low rate and a single good sized deduction to protect the working poor… and no other deductions of any kind.

    • Ed_B, the legal process for ‘Tax Payers’ and ‘Tax Collectors’ is completely different. The entire reason a ‘tax court’ exists, is that all ‘accused parties’ are filed against as ‘Tax Collectors’. That process is ‘INTERNAL’ to the federal entity and thus ‘Administrative’. The presumption is that, as a collector of tax, the accused has failed to ‘RETURN’ said funds presumed to have been collected, within the allotted period of time. This is a result of the dichotomy established by ‘self reporting’. The instant such ‘report’ is submitted, the assumption of the PERSON (civil standing at Bar) of a ‘Tax Collector’ is established.

  7. The of the once free.

    Funny, first they make debt the absolute trend and only way to prosper. Then they imprison you until you pay up. Like the US as a nation (business) will ever pay back a single dollar as long as it’s still got purchasing power. They’ll print more to pay interest, at best.

    A house mate of my girlfriend’s is a student elsewhere in Europe. Of Iranian descent. Frikkin’ genius, as are so many of the Iranian people. Got a scholarship in US, but guess what – no visa. Actual thinking is not welcomed.

    Somehow you’re so dulled that you won’t take to the streets. And support the next winner of the election, as you hated him less than the other guy. And you’ll support your troops as they make another killing (litterally) in the middle east.

  8. As a follow up to this post, I have noticed four very disturbing matters that will most certainly come as a result of the Fed MBS program starting 3 months from now. 
    1.  The funds from the Fed purchases will rotate to the Too Big To Fail Banks. This MBS debt is already junk bond status due to the nature of the underwater mortgages and delinquencies, hence the reason for the new Fed goon Squad going after borrowers. That the Fed owns your mortgage should scare the average person, knowing their mortgage is in the hands of the Feds.
    This debt will be as bad or worse than the debt of Greece, Spain and Italy, rated CCC-meaning that the Fed will react badly to this junk portfolio, making them even more likely to meddle in the portfolio to suit their manipulative nature. They will become defacto owners of the entire residential real estate market. Say goodbye to the Constitution and Magna Carta

    2. The banks receiving these funds will rotate the money immediately into short term treasury securities that will be priced at NIRP. the reason for that follows. They will get negative returns, further hurting their incomes that have been hammered by 50% due to much reduced trading the asset management volumes. They will become defacto owners of the government by owning a disproportionate amount of Fed paper. Do you think they won’t be interested in pay back?

    3.  As of January 2013 the FDIC stops offering 100% coverage for all insured deposits.  That amounts to $1.6 trillion in deposits, 85-90% deposited with the TBTF mega banks.  Once the insurance ramps back to $250,000 the FDIC risk amelioration offered to large depositors will cause them to flee from the insecurity of the much reduced FDIC coverage.  This money will rotate immediately to short term Treasury securities.  The treasury, in order to handle this flood of money, will immediately offer negative interest rates to the Too Big too Fool Banks. This financing will resemble the .5% negative interest rate offered by the Swiss and Germans on the funds flooding to their banks from Spain, Greece and Italy. This will be a bank run much larger that the Euro banks flight to safety and most certainly end badly.

    4. The Social Security Trust fund must make at least 5-6% return to maintain its balances and provide income to the SS recipients.  The TF is still guaranteed to go bankrupt by 2033, 21 years from now.  The TF is required by law to invest in Treasury bonds thus accepting whatever yield is offered.  The actuarial problem now facing the TF is that they will be rolling old bonds yielding 5.6% into a yield pool averaging 1.4%, a 75% drop in income.  This dramatic yield drop coupled with a 60% increase in SS recipients to 91 million from 56 million in the next 10 years will assure the TF will go bankrupt in about 10 years. 

    This irreducible math is going to prove an insurmountable obstacle to those who are recently retired, have long lived genes or plan to retire in the next 10 years.  If the SS TF goes bankrupt then benefits will be cut by 25% .  Inflation adjustments were never able to front run the lost in income but this new problem will be horrific  The inflation rate of 8% today and 15% tomorrow will destroy the senior investment pool, smashing incomes to the equivalent of pennies on the dollar.
    Another few unintended consequences of QE 3  Thank Ben   May you rot in hell
    The only investment that can possibly keep pace with these events is gold and silver.

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