CPP and RRSP are also public money.
They are not your private property.
Airbnb: Deemed as Public Money
Bitcoin, and Bunz: Deemed as Taxable
Home Business: Deemed as Officer's
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Who is Apu?
"Apu Nahasapeemapetilon" is a pseudonym for an informal group of Canadians who want to explain why Canada's income tax is legal and not private property theft. We call our research, "Apu's Theory."
Many feel otherwise as the Government has obfuscated information on how Canada's tax laws really work.
OUR MISSION: help decipher Canadian tax laws and hold governments accountable to the rule of law. Because it's the right thing to do.
- The Income Tax Act deems your income to be Canada's public money
- Private property filed on a T1 is converted into Canada's public money
- CRA uses the nine digit SIN two ways to identify you as two legal persons
- Canada Pension Plan is Canada's public money and not your property
- Taking any T1 benefit also makes adults liable for the national debt
- Getting a SIN as a Social Insurance Number is agreeing to be liable
Apu's Theory in 9 minutes
In law "deem" means an assumption which is treated as true unless you rebut it. Silence means you consent. And if the law is obscured, what did you consent to?
Hmm... Canada's 'Income' Tax Act ("ITA") uses "deem" over 3,600 times!
The tax laws deem your income to be Canada’s public money. It is not your money.
Rule of law means: “Individuals, persons and government shall submit to, obey and be regulated by law, and not arbitrary action by an individual or a group of individuals.”
Conversion is a Criminal Code offence. It is similar to theft.
It is defined as: “A legal action against a person who found and converted someone else property to his own use.”Only you can legally convert your property. Rule of law means the government cannot convert (steal) your property.
Income tax is on Canada's public money and not on your private property.This means the government is not stealing your property by conversion.
An officer is a legal person that we choose to represent – such as corporation officer, police officer, and court officers (judges, prosecutors, sheriffs).
Yes, it identifies you liable as a “legal representative”, or as an ITA officer.
Your status affects the income’s status: as private property or as public money.
Absolutely not. Apu’s Theory agrees with all ten CRA tax protestor positions.
Apu’s Theory does not disagree with what is taught, but complements it.
Since all of that goes into, and is paid out of, one common account (the Consolidated Revenue Fund), CRA can offset your debts against your credits.
Apu’s Theory shows how, on what form, and which of the two SINs to use.
Obfuscating this information prevents taxpayers from declining to represent an ITA officer. It is also jarring to find out that both your income and CPP are public money.
Apu’s theory has been viewed by: three former federal party leaders, a former Minister of National Revenue, a former Attorney General, CRA agents, and CPA accountants. Some are on the next page, "Tipsters".