Sep 18, 2015

The Al Capone Audit

via BUGS

They got Al Capone on tax evasion.

There is a million light years difference between an outfit that is “tax exempt” – every political party is exempt from paying taxes – and “tax deductible,” which means that you can deduct contributions to it from your income which is taxed.

These latter groups are therefore partly funded by taxpayers. They are, NOT JUST “tax exempt.”

Today almost every big money tax deductible organization, from Harvard to the National of Churches to the Ford Foundation, openly backs anti-White propaganda on a massive scale.

They BRAG about it.  The NEA openly engages in anti-White propaganda.

That’s point one.

Point Two is history:

They got Al Capone on tax evasion.

Somebody ignored all the drama, the extortion, the Valentine’s Day Massacre, and looked at his BOOKS.

BUGSERS certainly understand why it took so many years for the Feds to do that.

Like the Mantra, tax evasion had no sex appeal, no Headline News value.

Exactly like the Mantra, once it worked then everyone claimed they had come up with it.

But we all know what happened when it was first proposed:

“A MURDERER, a CRIME BOSS, and you are going after him on his TAXES!!!!!?????”

LOL! LOL! LOL! LOL!

Like the Mantra, it WORKED.

Like the Mantra, EVERYBODY had been for it from the start.

From the National Education Association to the National Council of Churches to the universities and Foundations, these groups have been bragging for decades about how they openly violate the tax law in a way that would send you to prison.

It is time to look at their statements and at their BOOKS.

I could have done it in the Reagan Administration, but my staff was disbanded.

Treat those Holy Ones like just another tax-deductible outfit?

NOT RESPECTABLE!!!!!

A nuclear weapon in our arsenal would be the serious demanding of Al Capone Audit Number Two.

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