Some recent links of note:
- One of the Extinction Rebellion tax resisters, Jane Rogers, tells her story. Excerpt:
Money, even in tiny amounts, talks. If money — money from a growing number of tax rebels — refuses to go where the government is trying to put it, then together we can make a difference.
That’s why I’m appealing to other self-employed writers to join me in this tax resistance.
- In South Kivu, the government locked a group of women traders out of the marketplace. The women have been refusing taxes there as part of a campaign to pressure the government to fix roads in the region.
- At the NWTRCC blog, Ruth Benn looks back at the creative tax resistance street theater of John-Ed Croft.
- Bob Bady discussed the lives of war tax resisters Juanita & Wally Nelson on KZFR (segment starts at 32:40).
- The human battle against traffic ticket robots continues, with recent attacks in the United States, Germany, France, and Martinique.