...Was thinking how we could all boycott paying tax out of our weekly incomes because as far as I'm aware it is done by our financial people in the office. Maybe a mass organizational non compliance to order our money people to stop paying forward our taxes? Since there is no law, statute or anything to in force us doing so in Australia?
I don't know about Australia, but in America we actually fill out and sign tax forms authorizing the deduction of taxes from our income at the time we take on a new job. I imagine this is common around the "first" world. One idea to try, don't take a job under your government title, but rather under your natural title. What I call government title would be the title you use that has things like Social Security numbers and other state issued attachments tied to it. Your natural title would be the title you were born with. Generally the same name, the difference being that one was given to you by your parents at birth while the other was created by the government and issued to you for use to operate under their jurisdiction. Remember, anything you do under the government issued title is subject to their rule. If you don't want your job, property or anything else to fall under their jurisdiction, don't register said job or property under your government issued title.
Hmmm, maybe legally change the name that all your government issued attachments are linked to (Social Security and the like
) and then just operate under your natural given title from then on. Good luck getting hired by a "reputable" company without a Social Security number or equivalent for your country. Self employment would be easiest. Maybe the confusion comes in due to the two titles being the same. I don't know. I should try these ideas out. On the other hand, what do I know? I'm just another blind fool born into this mess, stuck trying to figure it out on my own because we live in a world so full of crap that if it were given an enema the idea of a Hollow Earth would then be self-evident.
Now I'm getting a headache, so I bid you all good day and good luck.