On February 4, 2013, three days after your annual State Rent was due, Texas 250th District Judge John Dietz in Travis County found your property taxes in support of public education are unconstitutional again in violation of Article 8 §1-e. Read five page ruling at SueIT.org.
Judge Dietz also found the school finance system to violate Article 7 §1 by being inefficient, unequal and inadequate. And Dietz also found that the school funding system did not violate Article 8 §1(a). And how he found that is beyond comprehension. That Article says: “Taxation shall be equal and uniform.” Oh, how is any “ad valorem property tax” equal and uniform when it is based upon the value of each property that no human being has authority to set for another human being? This so-called “tax” is not a tax at all, but a rent set by the state. If the rent is not paid, the tenant is evicted by another tenant with more money to pay the rent. The property must be confiscated by the state prior to imposing the so-called “ad valorem property tax.” Otherwise, how could the state and its subdivisions place a lien on the property for the payment of a “tax” or more precisely the rent? One must have some claim upon the property to lien it. The state has confiscated all the property from the people without compensation.
Article 8 §1-e says: “ABOLITION OF AD VALOREM PROPERTY
TAXES. No State ad valorem taxes shall
be levied upon any property within this State.” Now you think that would be
pretty clear right! Well your Texas Legislature doesn’t understand it and
neither does your
So, all subdivisions of the State of
This scam permits school districts to impose an “ad valorem property tax” on your property in Texas under Article 7 §3(e) “the Legislature may authorize an additional ad valorem tax to be levied and collected within all school districts for the further maintenance of public free schools, and for the erection and equipment of school buildings therein;” Don’t ask yourself where the State Legislature got the authority to authorize its subdivisions with an authority that has been clearly and emphatically denied it by the people of Texas in 1968 under Article 8 §1-e. Just ignore that! Those are judicial decisions that are far beyond the ordinary little minds of the working slave class. These types of questions are best left to judges, lawyers, and bankers who deserve 4 and 5 hundred dollars an hour each to contemplate.
The sole purpose of government is to protect property. People do
not transfer their property over to government when they form it. They merely
authorize government to protect their property. The means of paying for
government cannot be the means for the destruction of the purpose of
government. That would be absurd and counter to the purpose of creating
government to start with. Therefore, the principle of lawful taxation must be
that no tax can harm or threaten to harm or take away, transfer, destroy or
convert the property of any individual. It is time for the Supreme Court of
Texas to finally find that all “ad valorem, or otherwise, Property Taxes” in
Ron Avery is a semi-retired architect, author and speaker on topics regarding Christian theology and the principles of property that regulate every aspect of lawful government. Reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org