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Apus Theory Part 3 Released – FREE Partial Download

Apu’s Theory is on how Canada’s individual income tax really works. This new Part 3 concludes Crown prerogative, public policy, and income tax law history all support it. Part 3 cites 70 court cases and 10 law books. Some date from 1675. Most are on officers and public money. In summary, Part 3 further supports our position Apu’s Theory is correct.

Apus Theory is on how Canada’s individual income tax really works. This new Part 3 concludes Crown prerogative, public policy, and income tax law history all corroborate Apus Theory.

Summary

Apus Theory is on how Canada’s individual income tax really works. This new Part 3 concludes Crown prerogative, public policy, and income tax law history support it. Part 3 uses 70 court cases and 10 law books. Some date from 1675. Most are on officers and public money. All this corroborates our position: Apus Theory seems correct.

 

Apus Theory Part 3 concludes Crown prerogative, public policy, and law history support it

 

Background

Apus Theory, Part 1 and Part 2, rely on circumstantial evidence through logical reasoning, pattern recognition, and statistical analysis. That was out of necessity. Since Canada obfuscates how income tax really works, there were no authorities, such as case law. Nor is it in books. It is also not taught in law or accounting schools. This is why Part 3’s goal is finding new evidence supporting it. This comes from Crown prerogative, public policy, and income tax law history.

Crown Prerogative

Her Majesty in Right of Canada exercises Crown Prerogatives.

Her Majesty in Right of Canada exercises Crown Prerogatives.

Many think Canada’s Government has only three branches: the Legislative (Parliament), the Executive (Senate), and the Judiciary (courts). In fact, the fourth branch is Crown prerogative: the Crown’s residual power. We study three Crown prerogatives to see how each affects Apus Theory: “the King can do no wrong“; “the King cannot be out of title possession“; and “the King can create offices“.

Public Policy

Apus Theory is on how Canada’s individual income tax really works. This new Part 3 concludes Crown prerogative, public policy, and income tax law history all support it. It also cites 70 court cases and 10 law books. Some date from 1675. Most are on officers and public money. Part 3 further supports our position that Apus Theory is correct.

Apus Theory, Part 3, concludes Crown prerogative, public policy, and income tax law history all support it.

Canada argues public policy overrides Canada’s Income Tax Act (“ITA”). We explore what that public policy could be, and under what conditions it may apply. In particular, since Crown prerogative allows Her Majesty (Canada) to create offices, can Canada create an ITA office with a fee for using it, then force you to hold that office and owe that fee? After all, that is what Apus Theory speculates individual income tax is – a privilege access fee.

 

One Crown prerogative is the power to create offices

Income Tax Law History

Susan Hamill wrote a paper about the Bible okays income tax. But she fails to quote any scripture on taxation from the Bible that backs her up. The reason is simple: the Bible doesn’t have any.

Susan Hamill wrote a paper that the Bible okays income tax. But she fails to quote any scripture on taxation from the Bible that backs her up. The reason? The Bible doesn’t have any.

Apus Theory, Part 1 and Part 2, conclude Canada deliberately obfuscates individual income tax. This prevents taxpayers from figuring out how not having to pay any taxes. The reason is Canada’s legal system is based on British common law. Under common law, your private property belongs to you (except for war or public policy). Contrary to what Susan Hamill says, this is an inalienable right from your Creator.

Apus Theory, Part 3, studies income tax’s history, from Biblical times to the present. This includes studying the history of no private property taxation, except for public policy, such as defence. That is why Canada’s first income tax, for financing World War I, had to be a temporary tax.

The Core Mandate of Canada Summer Jobs includes endorsing abortion and LGBTQ2 rights. Employers must attest its Core Mandate. Some think this violates inalienable human rights. But our income tax theory (“Apu’s Theory”) can explain why Core Mandate does not violate them.

Apus Theory can explain why Canada Summer Job’s Core Mandate does not violate rights (https://cmckenna.liberal.ca)

Canadian law is trending towards better human rights protection. That is why Canada has a Core Mandate for the Canada Summer Jobs program. So believing Canada’s income tax today is still a direct tax on your private property does not fit that trend. That is why, after researching for Part 3, Apus Theory still concludes Canada’s individual income tax is a consensual, indirect tax on an ITA “officer”, as a privilege (franchise) access fee to access benefits from public money, Canada’s Consolidated Revenue Fund. After all, the only alternative is that Canada is not practicing what it preaches.

 

Law history shows why Canada’s first income tax had to be temporary

 

Apus Theory Part 3 – Download First 10 Pages FREE

Canadian Judge Albert Constantineau published this law book in 1910. It validates Apus Theory on how Canadian individual income tax.

Canadian Judge Albert Constantineau’s book validates Apus Theory.

Apus Theory, Part 3, is 48 pages. That includes a Table of Contents. It also includes a page listing the ten primary research sources. We have already blogged on two of those. The first blog article is on Canadian judge Albert Constantineau’s, A Treaty on the De Facto Doctrine in its Relation to Public Officers and Public Corporations. The second blog article is on US tax lawyer Charles Adam’s, For Good and Evil: The Impact of Taxes on the Course of Civilization.

Canada’s Parliament has both taxing and spending powers. Good and Evil, by US tax lawyer Charles Adams, traces how taxes shaped history. But having both powers is relatively new. This did not exist in England for hundreds of years. Deeming individual taxpayers as officers earning income as Canada’s public money makes Parliament having both taxing and spending powers possible.

Good and Evil, by US tax lawyer Charles Adams, traces how taxes shaped history.

Download FREE the first 10 pages of Apus Theory, Part 3 by clicking here (262K PDF file).

Apus Theory Part 3 – Full Printed Copy – $200

Apus Theory Part 3 took over 200 hours of researching and writing. Part 1 and Part 2 are free. The complete, 48-page Part 3 is available, but in print only, for $200. Email us your mailing address so we can mail it to you, and for arranging payment.

NOTE: Income received within the provinces for Apus Theory shall be our private property, and shall not be Canada’s public money for the CPP/EI/GST/ITA “office”. That is why, per Apus Theory, we cannot charge GST. (However, it seems such a declaration doesn’t stop Canada from ignoring the Rule of Law and committing financial rape.)

 

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