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Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

Discussion in 'Think Tank' started by Anonymous, May 2, 2010.

  1. Anonymous Member

    Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Let them know we know.

    Might be of media intrest.
  2. Wogaphile Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    This is an EXCELLENT idea. FULL of potential. The IRS made a dire mistake and is now in effect in collusion with the CO$.
  3. Anonymous Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Also outside the parlaments would be a good idea.
  4. Jeff Jacobsen Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    I seem to recall people handing out flyers at post office drop off sites on April 15. Lots of different groups protest that night, so it's sort of a festive affair. We talked about protesting the IRS but I don't think we ever did. Personally, I think if you could do one huge protest that might be good, otherwise I'd stick to protesting Co$ directly.
  5. DeathHamster Member

  6. WagTheWog Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Smells like win:
    Protest at the IRS on the anniversary of Sci getting tax exempt status.
  7. LocalSP Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    inb4IRSaudit
  8. ZeLyt Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    I seem to recall in 08, we discussed this, but for some reason we didn't do it.

    I think the logic was we need to get people out and cut off their funds that way. That was probably the best thing to do at the time, imo, and still is, but I think we've done a damn decent job of cutting off their income. It's now down to eating up their not so limitless funds, and revoking their tax exemption would be the quickest way to do that.

    tl;dr I like it

    PS: I don't think we should stop what we're doing, only incorporate this.
  9. CrystalDallas Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

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  10. Anonymous Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    You could have lots of anons do one big protest for a day or you could have one anonsparrow do a very small but long protest spanning weeks (until mainstream news media reports on why this lunatic in a GF mask has been standing outside the IRS building for days on end).

    or...

    Operation Dumbo: We have anons get jobs in IRS departments, then whilst working late one night.....oh wait
  11. ZeLyt Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    I do think it would take a concentrated effort though. 7 people outside an IRS building probably won't do much. A megaraid would probably be required for maximum impact.
  12. manly man Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    agreed.
  13. whoever Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Yeah, I agree with that, too.
  14. willhaven720 Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    too late :(
  15. WagTheWog Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Data Source
    <rubs hands together menacingly>
    Mwah ha ha ha . . . plenty of time to:
    1- herd the cats for a Mega Raid on that date,
    2- to put together a video or two on the topic and
    3- create a press release on removing their tax exemption.
  16. Anonymous Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

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    think there will be fair game?
  17. Anonymous Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Non US Anons could target US Embassies and Consulates.
    See U.S. Department of State
    for your nearest.

    1st of October 1993 is a Friday, which is good for news media but may not get the highest turnout.
  18. Anonymous Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    correction:
    1st of October 1993 is a Friday, which is good for news media but may not get the highest turnout.
    should read:
    1st of October 2010 is a Friday, which is good for news media but may not get the highest turnout.
  19. Cudgel Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    ANY actions at the IRS MUST include the fact that the U.S. Supreme Court UPHELD the original denial of tax exemption by the IRS and raise the question of what was said/done to the then IRS Commissioner to change HIS mind. He has refused to comment on that question since he made it. We need to raise a public demand to force him to break his silence. (And as long as he refuses, we have free reign to publicly speculate about what secrets the cult ferreted out to blackmail him with....*)


    Talk amongst yourselves...

    *There has been some speculation that it was the specter of thousands of clam-inspired taxpayer lawsuits hitting the IRS that pulled the trigger. I don't quite feel that's the answer: any half-assed attorney (maybe even Moxon)n could get them consolidated into one and request summary judgment based on the Supreme Court's decision.
  20. WagTheWog Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    It's all good. Raid on the Wednesday b4 or the Saturday after . . . just around that time is win.

  21. Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Is the guy who approved the tax status still in charge? Is there evidence that he or his family profited from the original decision? I think if you dig deep enough you will find out its the case.
  22. The Wrong Guy Member

  23. Anonymous Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    More info please.
  24. TheRev Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    If we do this, should we protest at our nearest IRS office or try to gather up at one particular office in our state? You can find the nearest office at Contact My Local Office
  25. Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Nice site.
  26. Holl Anon Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    "In 1989, Goldberg was selected to be the Commissioner of the IRS. He held that position until 1992, when he was chosen as Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy in the United States Department of the Treasury.

    He currently resides in Bethesda, Maryland with his family and is a partner in the office of Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom."

    Doug Shulman is the current Commissioner:
    Commissioner of Internal Revenue Douglas Shulman

    This is on the IRS website:
    http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-tege/rr78-189.pdf
  27. Anonymous Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    I liek you!
  28. WagTheWog Member

    Re: Why not hold protests outside IRS offices?

    Awww... You say that to all the Anons! ;-)

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