Joan and Gordan Kahl

The Murder of Gordon Kahl — Rense

Gordon Kahl was viciously murdered in 1983 by a gang of brutal criminals who have never been brought to justice.  As though his mere execution was not enough to satisfy his tormentors, they beat the 63-year-old Kahl with the butts of their rifles, breaking multiple bones and teeth and further mutilated him through dismemberment. One foot would later be found under a refrigerator in the ruins of the house that was also destroyed by these terrorists.  Kahl was executed at some point on that June day in 1983, via a point-blank shot through the back of his head, but still not satisfied, the terrorists then burned his body beyond recognition.  Gordon Kahl had been a highly decorated World War II veteran, a farmer, the father of six, and a tax patriot. He refused to pay taxes to the U.S. federal government after he discovered that the government was operating under the Communist Manifesto rather than the U.S. Constitution.  The cold-blooded killers who carried out this atrocity were U.S. government agents. …    

Kahl first opted out of the Social Security program in 1968 after studying communism and reading the Communist Manifesto.  He discovered that the “heavy progressive or graduated income tax,” was the second plank of the Communist Manifesto.  The fifth plank of the Communist Manifesto had already been set into motion in 1913, with the establishment of the “federal” reserve, which is a privately owned, central banking monopoly. (3)     Communism, however, was against his moral principles of Gordon Kahl, and against his religious beliefs, as well.  According to his wife, Joan, Gordon notified the government in a letter addressed to “The Synagogue of Satan” that he was removing his family and himself from the SS program.  He wrote that he was not going to pay into this socialist program, and he did not desire to receive services from it.  Indeed, Gordon-and everyone else-had an option of opting out, because the Social Security program was established as a socialist-or voluntary-redistribution of wealth. But socialism is only a very short step away from full-blown communism, which is an involuntary redistribution of wealth and property, against the will of the people.    

It was when Kahl began educating other farmers and then went on television in west Texas that the government took notice, and then took steps to silence him.  Kahl was well-liked in his community.  He was highly respected as an honest, honorable and principled man. He told the truth, and people listened.  After his first local television program, at least 200 workers quickly filed W4 exemption forms that blocked employers from withholding income taxes.  According to the documentary about the Kahl family, “Death and Taxes,” an IRS spokesperson stated that the IRS targets outspoken people like Kahl for prosecution, and they make examples of them.     Shortly after Kahl’s public programs, and despite the fact that Gordon Kahl did not make enough money to even owe taxes, he was placed on trial.  He was tried and charged under Title 26, 7203 (willful failure to file), but he was sentenced for “income tax evasion,” which was Title 18.  The judge, who refused to hear any arguments based upon the Constitution or upon Kahl’s personal convictions or religious beliefs, sentenced Gordon to one year in prison, which Gordon served in Leavenworth.  This would be followed by five years of probation.    

The Murder of Gordon Kahl — Rense

Petition to End IRS Abuse — ACLJ

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has admitted to intentionally targeting conservative groups since at least 2011.

It has admitted that it searched tax applications for words like “Tea Party” and even “patriot.” Once it found those groups, it made intrusive and unconstitutional inquiries, demanding answers “upon penalty of perjury.”

IRS targets included pro-life and conservative groups in swing states before the 2012 election. This ongoing IRS abuse continues today, as the ACLJ represents dozens of these targeted groups. Using the government for partisan advantage violates a sacred trust.

Petition to End IRS Abuse — ACLJ

End the IRS Before It Ends Us: How to Restore a Low Tax, High Growth, Wealthy America — Amazon