We could go into the heart of the matter as to why and who the Internal Revenue Service really are , but that's another article unto itself. What I would like to address is the I.R.S., being placed into Islands that are made dependent on the United States in parts due to restrictive import laws and a lack of jobs. Its not rocket science, why is the United States allowing and or sending the I.R.S., to set up shops on islands that haven't any revenue coming in to go out?
There are people on these islands whose family has been around and took ownership of their land long before any of these islands were actually invaded and or taken over by force, deception, ... later acquired by treaties and deals not understood by the natives.
People who have been lliving there for generations naturally, growing their own foods and all the other country things associated with living the island life for self sustaining life and then a nation like America comes in and says (in short), “set up government, we'll pay you, and you'll pay us back, never mind that you don't have any factories nor will we permit any imports from your island for various reason, but here's some food stamps because we know its going to be hard and so but here our office so as to get paid back”, the I.R.S.. I'm no mathematician or anything remotely loving numbers, but isn't it bad math when you're actually paying out more than you bring in, constantly? These situations are traps. There are Title Loan places being dragged and taken down by government agencies for the very practice the government itself is allowing on the islands.
Doesn't that type of math equates to a rise in criminal activities on an island, hence the often large police forces and other costly methods to try and keep crime down? To put it in perspective for you, people who have had land in their family's for generations are loosing their land to the I.R.S., who then auction it off peoples natural way of being for the cost of what ever tax they deem the property valued at often to well to do corporations who build resorts etc.. Now there are things about this I clearly don't understand, but one thing I do realize is that the I.R.S. has no solid credible reason collecting taxes for and from anyone considering the whole trap set and the people to poor to manage, besides they're not an actual government agency, but is in fact a Bank , to put it in even clearer perspective, “ A branch of the World Bank, whom we all know, goes into places and barter their resources while at the same time giving them money they know that nation cannot pay back, often in part to a lack of understanding of how to manage money..., and corruption.” This means, in short the organization milk the American people in more ways than just charge them to their own money, finding every and any means to place taxes on every thing they can get away with supported by politicians. They have no real business in and around our government with their self serving interest and far more shouldn't be placed on islands that has absolutely no means of paying them except maybe for when little Wendy Lu send home some pennies to help mom.
What do you think? Is it right to put a tax on a people that never had none to begin with? Is it right to tax a people who cannot afford to live beyond an islands means and when they cannot, age old properties are simply taken away from them under force of contracts, they themselves had no real part in accepting or requesting via their often corrupted government who simply see whats in it for them and not the people they're so entrusted to represent?
A good many of the Islands local government has made a majority of their own people reliant on the government aids for all sorts of reason, primarily because of what they can get from the Feds, but at what cost? When island imports are blocked deliberately for all sort of political reasons, so as to maintain themselves, should islands be made to pay taxes?
I can see my audit coming some time soon. The IRS has already been pulled before committees inquiring about that sort of targeting practices, of which I feel I've been in a few time (dang big mouth) over speaking out against them, sort of like now, so. By the way, the bonuses the IRS has been giving its employees for bad behavior, I can use some of that. I've got plenty people I could help with just what they've paid one employee of thousands.