Tag Archives: U.S. citizens abroad

US residents avoid tax using trusts located in “Tax Haven USA” while #Americansabroad evade tax through #TFSA

Do as I say! Not as I do!

It’s official. As we end 2013 and begin 2014 it’s clear that the administration of Barack Obama  has distinguished itself as becoming the most hypocritical joke in the world. For those seeking additional insight on this point, I recommend “Sangeeta Richard is proof of failed American reciprocity“. Although this article is written in the context of the recent U.S. arrest of an Indian diplomat in New York, the implications spread far and wide.

The fallout over the Indian consular officer,  Devyani Khobragade, whom the US Marshals humiliated through strip and cavity searching her despite her immunity (we learn now that it is full UN immunity!), has much greater interest for the Isaac Brock Society than perhaps we realize.  It demonstrates the US’s stance towards other nations as being one of, “Do as I say, not as I do.”  I.e., the US has become monstrous bully and hypocrite.   When citing diplomatic protocols in his defense of accused murderer Raymond Allen Davis (see video of Obama’s plea), President Obama emphasized the concept of reciprocity.  Yet now his administration violates the very principles that he iterated in that press conference by treating Devyani Khobragade with disrespect and by indicting her for Form Crime.

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Peter Dunn proves #americansabroad renouncing

U.S. Treasury Spokesman Robert Stack AKA “Stack of lies” claims it’s a my that Americans abroad are renouncing  U.S. citizenship because of FATCA. Peter Dunn and We are not a myth prove him wrong.

 

 

What “Form Nation” does to U.S. citizens living outside the United States

I came across a great post which I tweeted:

I then left the author the following comment:

Hello:

Found you from a pingback on an article I wrote.

A very well done article. Thought I would spread the word a bit:

https://twitter.com/USCitizenAbroad/status/210362763225202689

See that you have an interest in human rights. Here is a post that I
wrote a while ago:

Do you think that the U.S. practice of citizenship-based taxation is in 
 violation of International law?

Could citizenship-based taxation evolve into a crime against humanity?

U.S. citizens abroad are suffering and being forced to 
renounce U.S. citizenship as defensive measure.