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Showing posts with label civil forfeiture. Show all posts
Showing posts with label civil forfeiture. Show all posts

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Congress submits bill making it illegal to hold cash, Bitcoin, or other assets outside of a bank without informing them in writing

Just as the War on Drugs was never actually about slowing down or stopping the import and use of illegal narcotics, so too was the spurious War on Terror not about stopping individuals or groups from inciting violence for political means.  In fact, we already know that U.S. agencies have funded, trained, and armed the very terror groups that are supposedly on the FBI's Terror Watch List when they supported them in the taking over of Libya, and in the attemp to take over Syria.

So the question then has to be asked... what are the purposes behind the ideological wars against drugs and terror really all about?  Well, since the real victims going back to the 1970's when the War on Drugs was instituted by President Richard Nixon have been the millions of Americans incarcerated for victimless crimes, and the billions of dollars seized without a trial in what is known as Civil Forfeiture, then it is fairly obvious who these wars were really focused against.

And since the advent of the Patriot Act, which hasn't stopped a single terrorist or terror event following the terror attacks on 9/11, the ability of Americans to do as they please with their own money has been stymied in the government's attempt to monitor and regulate every single transaction individuals choose to conduct.

However, with the rise of cryptocurrencies, and the new fears coming out that decentralized virtual money could actually start or magnify a financial crisis, Congress on May 25 has submitted a bill making it illegal, and placing individuals subject to asset confiscation and imprisonment, for anyone to have a medium size amount of cash, Bitcoin, etc... outside of a bank without telling the government how much you have, where you have it, and why you have it through the filling out of new Federal forms.

Recently a new bill was introduced on the floor of the US Senate entitled, pleasantly,
“Combating Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing, and Counterfeiting Act of 2017.” 
You can probably already guess its contents. 
Cash is evil. 
Bitcoin is evil. 
Now they’ve gone so far to include prepaid mobile phones, retail gift vouchers, or even electronic coupons. Evil, evil, and evil. 
Among the bill’s sweeping provisions, the government aims to greatly extend its authority to seize your assets through “Civil Asset Forfeiture”. 
Civil Asset Forfeiture rules allow the government to take whatever they want from you, without a trial or any due process. 
This new bill adds a laundry list of offenses for which they can legally seize your assets… all of which pertain to money laundering and other financial crimes.
Here’s the thing, though: they’ve also vastly expanded on the definition of such ‘financial crimes’, including failure to fill out a form if you happen to be transporting more than $10,000 worth of ‘monetary instruments’. 
Have too much cash? You’d better tell the government. 
If not, they’re authorizing themselves in this bill to seize not just the money you didn’t report, but ALL of your assets and bank accounts. 
They even go so far as to specifically name “safety deposit boxes” among the various assets that they can seize if you don’t fill out the form. - Sovereign Man

Sunday, February 21, 2016

After two years, IRS finally returns money taken from honest business owner

Fatca, Civil Forfeiture, and deposit restructuring are just some of the obscure and draconian laws and regulations that have come out of Washington since the ideological ‘war on terror’ was introduced a decade ago.  And despite the fact that the U.S. government has spent over one trillion dollars in collecting just $13.5 billion from foreign bank account holders, you would think that well paid bureaucrats would have a modicum of intelligence in determining the difference between a simple business owner, and a drug dealing cartel.
Apparently not.
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Tuesday, December 22, 2015

Congress passes new spending bill with several hidden riders including CISA

Nothing in politics happens by accident, and if the result was chaos then it was meant to be that way.  These were the words of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt over 70 years ago, and which apply just as much today as it did back then in the halls of Congress, and the administration of the White House.
This is because a new trillion dollar omnibus spending bill contains much more than just appropriations, as included in the bill are a myriad of liberty destroying laws such as CISA that negate all ground gained in recent years in stopping the government from spying on your communications.
CISA is the Cyber-security Information Sharing Act, and allows private enterprises such as social media and telecommunications to share data with the government without fear of lawsuits, and without warrants.  And like the way the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) was pushed through via a defense appropriations bill, Congress provided little time at all for the public, or other legislators, to debate its inclusion in the primary bill.

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Thursday, November 19, 2015

Last year, law enforcement ‘stole’ more from Americans than burglar’s did in all their crimes

Government’s are very good at spinning criminal activity into what legislators and judges deem as ‘legal’ programs.  From enacting a ponzi scheme back in the 1930’s and calling it Social Security, to legalizing counterfeiting under the guise of monetary policy through the creation of a private banking system to control the nation’s currency, corruption by government against its people is as old as history itself.
And thanks to the ideological ‘War on Terror’ and ‘War on Drugs’, outright theft is now legalized under the name of Civil Forfeiture.  And according to a report from the FBI, legal theft by law enforcement has now exceeded the total amount stolen by labeled criminals in the all the burglaries committed last year.

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Friday, July 10, 2015

New Mexico cops cry that they will lose free money with new anti-civil forfeiture law

The rise in civil forfeiture’s, or the confiscating (stealing) of private money simply because law enforcement believes a person is guilty without proof,  and where any cash and property in their possession is assumed to have been used illegally despite no crime ever being committed, has been a boon to the coffers and budgets of police agencies all across the country.  But with public revelations of this un-Constitutional act leading some cities and states to pass laws ending this practice, some law enforcement agencies in New Mexico are crying unfair.


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Tuesday, July 7, 2015

New Mexico cops cry that they will lose free money with new anti-civil forfeiture law

The rise in civil forfeiture’s, or the confiscating (stealing) of private money simply because law enforcement believes a person is guilty without proof,  and where any cash and property in their possession is assumed to have been used illegally despite no crime ever being committed, has been a boon to the coffers and budgets of police agencies all across the country.  But with public revelations of this un-Constitutional act leading some cities and states to pass laws ending this practice, some law enforcement agencies in New Mexico are crying unfair.


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Saturday, May 2, 2015

I.R.S. continues to be the arm of the war on cash as agency steals money from convenience store owner

It is not only banks that have declared a war on cash, but for years now the government has instituted illegal policies and used its muscle to intimidate and steal from individuals and business owners who simply prefer to transact in legal tender.  And in a new and absurd occurrence that took place, the Internal Revenue Service took (stole) money tied to a convenience store owner simply because his deposits ‘appeared’ to be tied to some unknown criminal activity that the business owner has yet to be cited for, or charged with.
Using the ‘War on Drugs’ spurious law known as Civil Forfeiture, the tax agency seized $107,702 from Lyndon McLellan simply because his nightly deposits were below the $10000 reporting threshold, and gave the appearance of being the proceeds of some illegal activity like perhaps selling sodas and candy bars.
 

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Attorney General Holder finally acts to stop illegal theft and seizures by the police

There is one constant in the realm of politics… when the light is shined on the rats in Washington and at the local level then actual change takes place to the benefit of the citizens.  And with so many different sources, including satirists and comediennes speaking out on the topic of Civil Forfeiture regarding the police using a spurious Federal law to steal personal property from the people without a warrant or crime for their own use, Attorney General Eric Holder finally had to act and issued a proclamation outlawing these actions being done by local law enforcement.


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