Skip to comments.Nuclear War Plan by I.R.S. BTI (Before The Internet)
Posted on 06/23/2013 10:38:34 AM PDT by Dallas59
It will take something more than a nuclear attack to wipe out taxpayers' obligations to the Internal Revenue Service.
An addition to the Internal Revenue Manual, which is supposed to guide the conduct of all I.R.S. employees, declares that if the bomb is dropped, ''operations will be concentrated on collecting the taxes which will produce the greater revenue yield.''
An I.R.S. spokesman, Johnell Hunter, said today that the new section -titled ''National Emergency Operations'' - had been added to the manual in response to a directive to Government departments from the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
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Death and taxes.
If we exchange nukes with anybody and I’m still around, I don’t think I’ll be in much of a mood to put up with some IRS agent wanting to review my “records”.
Cans of non radiated food?
No plan survives first contact with the enemy. So, IRS: good luck with that.
The IRS and cockroaches. Both will survive nuclear war.
At this point in time, I believe the realistic “first strike” will be from within. No, not terrorism, but patriotic revolt from those upholding the constitution and willing to take up arms against the closest enemies of the republic... the internal ones.
I wonder what the IRS contingency plan is for THAT? Probably nukes... against us.
I remember reading years ago about the doomsday plans, at the Greenbriar or some such facility and how the IRS tax records were always duplicated and kept up to date for this very reason. Self preservation of the State.
In case of nuclear war, the IRS will just collect the subjects gold teeth.
I was thinking the same thing.
My money is on the cockroaches.
Suspect the “free” cell phones you refer to in your tagline will not be for us to use, but rather for the government to track us and regularly deliver instructions to us. Miss its call and you and your family will be escorted to the compound for a “security re-briefing”.
Used to be the stuff of novels.
irs = vampire
“The IRS and cockroaches. Both will survive nuclear war.”
True, but IRS agents are probably fatter and tastier than cockroaches.