“The America Republic will endure until the day Congress discovers that it can bribe the public with the public’s money.”
– Alexis de Tocqueville (1805-1859)
Taxation is theft. This one of the foundational political mantras of the Dharma Nation Movement.
Government produces no wealth. It only confiscates wealth in the form of taxation from those who do actually create wealth, and redistributes that wealth to those who did not earn it. Moreover, government officials and corrupt politicians engage in such taxation theft, not for the actual betterment of the poor, but to buy the votes of the poor. Writing about the duplicitous nature of such corrupt politicians, Prabhupada stated the following:
“Tax exaction is not meant for the sense gratification of the so-called administrative heads. Tax revenues should be distributed to the citizens in times of need, during emergencies such as famine or flood. Tax revenues should never be distributed amongst governmental servants in the form of high salaries and various other allowances. In Kali-yuga, however, the position of the citizens is very horrible because taxes are exacted in so many forms and are spent for the personal comforts of the administrators.”
(Srimad Bhagavatam 4.16.6, Purport)
Wealth belongs exclusively in the hands of those individuals, families and businesses who are directly responsible for its creation, and is not to be forcefully redistributed by the government to those who did not create it – even in the name of poverty reduction. Taxation must be recognized as a necessarily unavoidable evil that all governments must seek to reduce to the absolute minimum degree that is necessary to provide basic and foundational services to the people.
A Dharma Nationalist government would call for the abolition of the Internal Revenue Service, abandonment of the current complicated, confusing and inequitable tax system, the elimination of the progressive income tax, and a rapid transition to a more fair, flat tax system. Very simply, all households with a combined family income above the poverty level (income reflecting the year 2012) will pay a simple and fair 10% maximal tax rate, and when an atmosphere of economic prosperity warrants it, less than 10%. Whether a family makes $50,000 per year, $500,000 per year, or $5,000,000 per year, the yearly tax rate will never exceed 10% of that family’s total earnings. The property tax, marriage penalty tax, death tax, and inheritance tax will be abolished outright
 Poverty reduction is more effectively achieved via the volunteer work of private charitable organizations, and not through the inefficient and corrupt programs of government bureaucracies.
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For the last two and a half centuries, the primary organs of power have been under the firm control of a small cabal of demonic psychopaths who have secretly ruled over the innocent people of the world and exploited those innocent people for their own selfish ends. These parasitic demons have almost absolute control over most of the media, government institutions, bureaucratic structures, labor unions, educational institutions from kindergarten to post-graduate academia, major non-profit “charitable” institutions, and inter-governmental bodies, such as the United Nations. They have been responsible for almost every major war in the last 150 years, for the degeneracy of our culture, for our current exploitative system of wage-slavery, and for the environmental degradation that our Earth has experienced since the commencement of Industrial Era. Despite their ascendent trajectory for the last several centuries, however, these demonic, secret, would-be rulers are not omnipotent! They can and will be defeated in our lifetime! Their rule is about to end! Help us to bring about the Dharma Restoration! Help us to defeat them! Read “The Dharma Manifesto” to learn how.
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In early July, on the sleepy Friday after Independence Day, the USDA quietly signaled its intention to green-light a new genetically engineered soybean seed from Dow AgroSciences. The product is designed to produce soy plants that withstand 2,4-D, a highly toxic herbicide (and, famously, the less toxic component in the notorious Vietnam War-era defoliant Agent Orange).
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The beautiful Himalayan mountain nation of Nepal has been a nation deeply rooted in everything Dharmic for many thousands of years. Approximately 90% of her citizens follow Sanatana Dharma, with most of the other 10% following Buddhism.
The Dharmic people of Nepal have been known to entire world to be among the most peaceful, joyous, welcoming and spiritually content people on Earth.
Nepal’s peace and joy all came to a dramatic end, however, beginning with the violent, terrorist Communist insurgency that plunged this peaceful Vedic land into a living nightmare of turmoil, death, discontent and conflict. Today, the happy face of Nepal has been violently repressed and replaced with the vicious scowl of atheism. Her youth have been forced at gunpoint to support the Communist oppressors, and Dharma is only a memory for most.
The Dharma Nation Movement calls for the complete annihilation of the totalitarian Communist Party of Nepal, freedom for the Nepali people, and the restoration of Dharma as the official foundation of all national government and policy.
Free the Dharma Nation of Nepal!
Victory to the Dharma Nation!
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