Includes

January 9, 2017

How Filling Out CRA’s TD1 Form Changes Your Income’s Status

  Summary Filling out CRA’s TD1 form also means consenting to your income no longer belonging to you. A completed and certified TD1 means converting your former private property into public money belonging to Canada. That could be why employees and employers cannot be penalized with a mandatory fine if […]
October 1, 2016

Keith Lawson Tax Evasion Conviction Due to Entrapment – Part 1

Summary The Keith Lawson tax evasion conviction in Canada is due to entrapment. We proposed earlier that individual income tax entraps Canadians. This extends to tax evasion trials. Entrapment also explains why Canada’s Government wins 96%1 of tax evasion cases, a conviction rate much higher2 than the 64% rate for […]
September 5, 2016

Retroactive Tax Law – Apple Owes $19 Billion in Tax?

Retroactive Taxes Hits Apple in Ireland You: I heard that Apple owes $19 billion CDN in taxes to Ireland. Bad Apple! Apu: Apple paid all taxes that Ireland says were due. You: So Ireland now says they retroactively owe more? Apu: No, the European Union (EU) Commission says they should […]
August 8, 2016

Officer was Taxed 3500 Years Ago

Introduction Taxing the officer dates back to 1580 B.C. It is also the key to Apu’s Theory on how Canadian income tax really works. Limited companies and corporations are familiar artificial persons in law. So are officers. Legal jurist Sir Frederick Pollock says[1]:   Officer: The Roman invention, adopted and […]
July 30, 2016

Includes – What Department of Justice Says it Means in Canadian Law

Summary The Department of Justice Canada’s definition of includes supports Apu’s Theory that Canadians can receive income as an Income Tax Act (“ITA”) “officer” for Her Majesty’s ITA “office” as “public money” for the Consolidated Revenue Fund[1] (“CRF”). This is because it is the Receiver General that receives income tax […]