For the People? I don't know if anybody's heard, though I haven't seen any recent signs of a mass uproar in the media recently: nobody is legally obligated to fill out a 1040 tax return in the United States, as it has been declared unconstitutional on a few occasions by the Federal Supreme Court. Nobody can be taxed on their wages. And furthermore, the Federal Reserve itself is a private bank owned by a handful of families, and it has been controlling the American economy, ever since they redesigned it to fit their own needs (ie. trashing the gold standard and replacing it with a credit-based economy, a paper-based economy) in 1913. The Federal Reserve Act was written secretly and passed through the legislative machine on Christmas Day, while the whole country was in its living room opening presents. These facts, that I have learned from various online sources and from films and interviews with the late Aaron Russo (to name a few), have opened my eyes to the reality of our North American politics. I always disliked politics, thinking it was dry and kind of redundant. But this view is utopian. If you assume that all things are good, then the administration of policies and the debates revolving around them would seem useless. All things, though, are not good. All things are actually, I believe, much worse than they've ever been. Has anybody heard of the Verichip? I will not go into detail about the possibilities of this device, but I will ask everyone who reads this to independently research the technology, its current uses, and the history of the IBM corporation back to the second World War. There are some strange correlations between unlikely characters and interests, to say the least. Dig further if you wish. It's just the tip of the iceberg. After all is said: I must say that there is one possible "step for man" at this very moment, and that is to stop paying taxes on your wages. There is no law that requires you to do it, there are only Supreme Court rulings confirming your right not to. If there is enough support here in North America, we can take a much more monumental "step for mankind" if we completely abolish all private banks and illegal legislation like the Federal Reserve Act of 1913. Is this guy crazy? What will we do then, have no money? No. We'll have a much better money, interest free and accountable, just like the United States between the time of Independence and Christmas of 1913. Think about it. Talk to people. Ask the right questions, and get the right answers. d.b.