Did you know that in 2017, Google paid about $2.2 Million in income tax on its employee payroll, but they received a $2.2 Billion tax return? Not their employees, the company. All the money that was paid in income tax to the IRS by Google was paid by its employee payroll, not directly by Google. Google didn’t pay anything in income tax, but they still got a $2.2 Billion tax return that year.
Now, I’m not saying you can do this. The only reason the IRS allows Google to make a profit off of income taxes is because that is how the International Wealthy Ruling Elite are paying Google to do it’s dirty work for them, such as spying on our own people, or censoring search results to show preferred content that meets their global agenda.
However, I am saying that, like Google, you can totally skip out on paying income tax, not only as a company, but also in your own personal income (so long as you are a business owner or independent contractor).
All you need to do is practice the time honored tradition of the Natural Law Trust. Time honored, that is, not publicly, but privately throughout all of history. This is how the Wealthy Ruling Elite keep their own personal assets protected against their otherwise public legal codes.
If you think all the largest international corporations in the world are actually paying income taxes, think again. Income taxes are paid primarily by employees, who, ironically enough, are the very ones who are NOT legally mandated to pay them. Read the book “Cracking the Code“, anonymously authored for good reason, to learn more about this (free PDF).
Publicly Registered Companies
The rules that Corporations are following to legally avoid income taxes are very long and complex having to do with myriad ways of utilizing “Tax write offs.” But the very same people that own these corporations also own non-profit foundations and Natural Law Trusts, and they keep their personal property in Natural Law Trust Estates, or Trust Funds for short, which is where they funnel all of their personal wealth insomuch as to not only legally avoid income taxes, but also continuously grow their money, whether or not they are working.
If you want to, you can go the route of creating Corporations, LLC’s or other types of government registrations for businesses, and you can still mostly legally avoid income taxes, but your businesses will still be subject to those jurisdictions of law, must obey those laws, and must still file income taxes and pay on at least 5% of its net profits (unless you are very good at tax write offs). In some rare cases, for some businesses, at least until MetaGaiaes is fully up and running as it’s own fully functional society, this may be unavoidable.
But in most cases, you should be able to skip right past registering your business with the government and just turn the business itself into a Natural Law Trust. You can still obtain an EIN to open a bank account with and begin earning business credit without it tracing back to your private SSN.
When you first apply for your Trusts EIN Number, the paperwork that comes back from the IRS will tell you that you need to file an income tax statement every year because they are expecting you to be creating a public trust. Naturally, since they don’t want the public to know about private trusts, they pretend they don’t exist. You don’t ever need to actually file an income tax statement, or communicate in any way with the IRS ever again regarding that Trust, but you do need to get that EIN if you want to open a bank account that can’t be tracked back to your Private Personal Information.
Ignorance of the Law is No Excuse
It’s up to you to know the law for yourself. As a couple ancient Maxims of law state, “The only rights you have, are the rights you know you have,” and “Ignorance of the law is no excuse.” That means it is everyone’s individual responsibility to learn these laws and operate in harmony with these laws themselves.
Unfortunately, there are many misleading sources of information out there. As such, there are only a few links I’ve included in this article for you to look further into. I have studied many different sources, but most of them can easily steer you down the wrong path and get you into lots of trouble. So please be sure to start with the few links provided here when continuing your education on this subject.
Many people think only Lawyers are supposed to study the law and we are supposed to hire a lawyer to represent us should the need arise. In law, this decision makes you a “Ward of the State.” A “Ward” is defined as “Infantile. Incapable of making decisions for oneself.” When you have someone “represent” you, and make decisions for you in any legal setting (be it a Lawyer, a Governor, a Senator or a President, etc.), you have thus handed your rights over to the State by admitting that you are a “Ward.” That said, you may wish to reconsider your “voter rights.”
To Be, Or Not To Be: Sovereign
A Sovereign represents themselves, they think for themselves, they educate themselves, they make their own decisions, and a True Sovereign does all of this without violating the rights of others to do the same.
You don’t need a lawyer to represent you or your business. But don’t let that stop you from having a lawyer on retainer to “advise” you from a distance. It simply isn’t possible to learn everything about the law. But even then, be careful who you hire, because most lawyers don’t even know that their real job is to get you to enslave yourself to the system. You’ll learn this well from The Redemption Manual series. Most lawyers only know what they were indoctrinated with in school and what that has led them to experience throughout their career from that perspective.
Very few lawyers continue to study much past that, save for the bare minimum of continued education they are mandated with; and fewer yet discover Private Equity Law. In the end, it is your responsibility to study the law for yourself so that you may represent yourself.
What is a Trust?
So, let’s get started, shall we? What is a Natural Law Trust?
Well, first of all, what is a Trust? I’ll leave the history of it to your studies. The best source of information on the history of Trusts can be found in The Divine Province – Birthing a New Earth, by James McBride and Ed Rychkun.
Suffice it to say here, the simple fact that a Trust is a Private Agreement between Private People in which there are 3 relationships: 1) the Grantor, or Settlor, who creates the Trust for the benefit of the self and/or others; 2) the Trustee’s who manage the Trust according to the agreement, and; 3) the Beneficiaries who benefit from the Trust, which can include the Grantor/Settlor.
Have you ever heard the term “Trust Fund Baby?” A Trust Fund Baby is one example of the beneficiary of a Trust. In this case, it is the child of a parent who has set up a Private Estate.
Most Trusts are formed with the specific purpose of providing immediate benefit to oneself while providing long term benefit to other beneficiaries, usually one’s progeny. A major benefit to using Trusts rather than Wills is because Wills are public legal instruments that must go through probate court for years, eating up whatever funds might be available before releasing whatever scraps are left. But a Trust will immediately turn over to the one listed as the Successor Trustee in the agreement without any legal process whatsoever. That legal process was finished the moment the update on the agreement was signed by both parties.
As you can see, there are many benefits to keeping your business and personal property held in Natural Law Trusts.
The Most Powerful Private Trusts
As mentioned earlier, the IRS will still tell you to file income tax on an EIN given for a Trust because they are expecting it to be a public trust. This means there are such things as Private Trusts. While there are many different types of Private Trusts, none are more powerful and more untouchable than the Natural Law Trust, in particular the ones provided by Brilliance in Commerce.
The Natural Law Trust is the most powerful because it brings itself all the way back to the Original Jurisdiction of Natural Law, which means, by it’s very nature, it can ONLY participate in the extension of Natural Law in human social affairs – Private Equity Law – and even then, only if there is a dispute.
The only way a Natural Law Trust can be violated legally is if you do something to break the privacy of your Trust. Private Trusts must follow very specific rules in order to prevent themselves from being legally construed to be operating in the public jurisdiction. As long as you follow these rules, you will remain safe and sound. To learn the details of these rules, you will need to purchase The Art of Passing the Buck series. It’s not cheap, but it’s the most valuable information available in this world, and by that standard, it is kind of cheap.
The Difference between a Public Company and a Private Trust
If you have already started a business, or tried starting businesses, then you may already be familiar with the Articles of Incorporation/Organization. Your Trust Indenture Agreement is the equivalent of this in a Trust Estate. Rather than having a Board of Directors, they have a Board of Trustees.
You may also be familiar with the need to host a minimum number of meetings per year and keep minutes of those meetings. With a Natural Law Trust, the bare minimum is one meeting per year. The difference here is that all meeting minutes are private information. So, if any of that information needs to be shared publicly, then you need to make sure you are only sharing the specific information that needs to be shared, while keeping the rest private.
This is the beauty of operating as a Natural Law Trust rather than as a publicly registered company. Everything you do can be kept private. But what about Limited Liability?
Natural Law Trusts are actually the original form of Limited Liability protection. The government wants to convince you that you can only gain limited liability protection if you register your business with them. However, in truth, Natural Law Trusts are the quintessential form of limited liability. You just need to smart and separate your assets into different trusts, so that if you get sued in one, they cannot claim access to the assets of the others.
For more information you will want to look for Brilliance In Commerce on YouTube and watch their webinars. They have also written an eBook on the subject, but their webinars, along with The Art of Passing the Buck series, is everything you need to know about Natural Law Trusts.
You can take what you have learned from here to write up your own Trust Indenture Agreement to try and implement the Metatocracy within your business yourself, and you can take the knowledge you learn from reading the Redemption Manual and watching the Trust Webinars from BIC to create your own overall Trust Documents to take to the bank…
You can have use help you set up the Metatocracy in your business, where we will write up the Trust Indenture Documents for you, tailored to your specific needs, and done by professionals so you know it will always stand in integrity before the Law, both Natural and Private Equity Law, to protect you, your business, your assets, and your dreams.
That’s up to you. And in the next step, there is one more thing for you to consider as well.