I’m almost done with my taxes for 2015. I like to file on time because I want to ensure that my masters gets their “fair share” from the earnings of my labor. I prefer not to be arrested and raped in prison.
I’ve made this point repeatedly that taxation is theft of income and theft of income is slavery, but that logic normally falls on the deaf ears of the students of our socialist public “education” system. Apparently they all learned the part about “white privilege” and “racism” and missed the part about “servitude” and “the plunder of the earnings of labor”.
Oh I see you rolling your eyes. But is that really such a far stretch?
Frederick Douglass, a former black slave and a leader the abolitionist movement, understood that the purpose of slavery was to rob men of the earnings of their labor; racism was merely a means to achieve that ends. He figured this out without the internet; be ashamed of yourselves.
Douglass even understood that white men were also slaves to the system of slavery; that their labor was also robbed from them by having to compete with the free labor of black slaves.
Equating white slaves with black slaves? Shocking I know!, but what do you expect from a Republican.
But don’t take my word for it; I’ll give you an excerpt from his autobiography.
“The difference between the white slave, and the black slave, is this: the latter belongs to one slaveholder, and the former belongs to all slaveholders, collectively. The white slave has taken from him, by indirection, what the black slave has taken from him, directly, and without ceremony.
Both are plundered, and by the same plunderers.
The slave is robbed, by his master, of all his earnings, above what is required for his bare physical necessities; and the white man is robbed by the slave system, of the just results of his labor, because he is flung into competition with a class of laborers who work without wages.”
And then there is also this excerpt.
“I was now getting, as I have said, one dollar and fifty cents per day. I contracted for it; I earned it; it was paid to me; it was rightfully my own; yet, upon each returning Saturday night, I was compelled to deliver every cent of that money to Master Hugh. And why? Not because he earned it, – not because he had any hand in earning it,-not because I owed it to him,-nor because he possessed the slightest shadow of a right to it; but solely because he had the power to compel me to give it up. The right of the grim-visaged pirate upon the high seas is exactly the same.”
So, to conclude, when they, the collective masters, determine for you that you don’t “need” to earn so much from your labor; that it isn’t a “necessity” to let you have your earnings; and proceed to tax or “rob” the “just results” of your “labor”; consider yourself enslaved.
A 30% tax on your income is you working for free for 109.5 days of the year for your master. Think this one through as you file your taxes; slave.