IRS Travel Ban: Revoking Citizenship By Stealth

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  1. carpro

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    IRS Travel Ban: Revoking Citizenship By Stealth

    Provision that allows feds to suspend passports of accused tax delinquents expected to pass Congress


    Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones

    Monday, April 16, 2012


    Efforts to pass a bill that would allow the IRS to deny travel rights to U.S. citizens who the feds merely claim owe $50,000 or more in delinquent taxes represents a de facto move to revoke the citizenship of Americans without due process and in complete violation of the Constitution.

    Thanks to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a recently passed Senate bill, the suitably Orwellian entitled ‘Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act’, includes a provision that allows the federal government to revoke passports of Americans accused of owing back taxes.
     
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    If you can't pat your taxes your passport and ability to trave should be in question.
     
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    Since the person has not been charged or proven guilty it is a VERY bad law. This is just more evidence that the government is driving towards a police state and at some point the military will take up arms against the citizens.
     
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    The IRS "accuses" people all the time of not paying all their taxes. They are proven wrong too often to abandon due process based on an accusation.
     

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