an extract from mary book, page 41 of 100 pg version orig.
( there are 2 versions) a 100 page version and a 150 page version where someone has re formatted the book with the odd quote missing Most people pay taxes on ‘income’ even though it is not their ‘income’ – it belongs to the Strawman. How can we have a tax liability on ‘income’ we never received? Even if it were we who received it there is no law requiring anyone to pay any tax, never mind an ‘income’ tax, but Canadians, in particular, justify the confiscation of their earnings by saying that there is a law, which is not true – not even in Canada. They complain about paying taxes yet they defend it. This conflict of emotions is tantamount to the Stockholm Syndrome – the behaviour of kidnap victims who, over time, become sympathetic to their captors (named after a 1973 hostage incident in Stockholm. After six days of captivity in a bank, several kidnap victims actually resisted rescue attempts and later even refused to testify against their captors). Captives begin to identify with their captors initially as a defence mechanism out of fear of violence. Small acts of kindness (read: ‘government benefits’) by the captor are magnified, since finding perspective in a hostage situation is, by definition, impossible. Rescue attempts (by those of us who intend for the sheeple to WAKE UP!) are also regarded as threat since it is likely the captive would be injured during such attempts. So, it stands to psychological reason that mavericks like me are not trusted, in fact, I am feared