Meet the wounded veteran whose treatment was rejected by his government [PODCAST]

Podcast Episode #49
Meet the wounded veteran whose treatment was rejected by his government

For the year 2014 my tax bill owed to the US Government was $0. A legitimate $0; nothing I did was illegal or immoral.

What this really means is that in 2014 I didn’t finance any wars, buy any drones, body scanners, or bombs for the US government. Instead, I decided to purchase a brand-new leg for someone who needs it.

The U.S. government sent “Joe” to Afghanistan where he lost his leg. They then told Joe that they wouldn’t pay for his new leg because, and I quote, “The procedure is too risky.”

It wasn’t too risky to send Joe to the front lines of Afghanistan, but it’s too risky to give him a new leg. Joe wasn’t content with that answer and neither was I, so I financed Joe’s treatment and a new leg so he can walk again.

In today’s podcast we explore what happens when you stop paying taxes and how you can start casting a vote that truly counts.

Podcast Episode #49
Meet the wounded veteran whose treatment was rejected by his government

About the Author

Simon Black is an international investor, entrepreneur, and founder of Sovereign Man. His free daily e-letter Notes from the Field is about using the experiences from his life and travels to help you achieve more freedom, make more money, keep more of it, and protect it all from bankrupt governments.