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America: Freedom to Fascism

America: Freedom to Fascism is a 2006 film by Aaron Russo, which alleges among a variety of claims that income tax is illegal. The documentary covers many subjects, including: the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the income tax, Federal Reserve System, national ID cards (REAL ID Act), human-implanted RFID tags (Spychips), Diebold electronic voting machines, globalization, Big Brother, taser weapons abuse, and the alleged use of terrorism by government as a means to diminish the citizens’ rights.

The Film Determined to find the law that requires American citizens to pay income tax, producer Aaron Russo set out on a journey to find the evidence. This film which is neither left, nor right-wing is a startling examination of government. It exposes the systematic erosion of civil liberties in America since 1913 when the Federal Reserve system was fraudulently created.

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  1.  “I personally will never accept an RFID chip…” I bet alot of people said, “I personally will  never pay income taxes…” but, they did. Our rights hold about as much value as our dollar, and I have a feeling that both will collapse at about the same time.

  2. Clearly you didn´t understand the movie, please just watch it again!

  3. Just pay your taxes people. If you want services (health care, schools, law enforcment etc.) and infrastructure (roads, bridges, water pipes etc) you have to pay for it.

    • your Irs taxes do not pay for schools, law enforce etc, your state taxes does that Irs tax is a federal reserve bank tax that is unconstitutional -did you not watch the film, or you was too busy twittering about a football game

    • I totally agree. But the largest problem is the people don’t have a choice on where these tax money are being used. I know a lot of Americans are offended by the military spending. It’s quite a dilemma.

      • aye, we need to have a right to tick the boxes where we want our tax money to go, at least for 50% of our taxes or some percentage, at least any.