The Connection: IRS and Yankeedom
I have a theory on the IRS.
In my previous article, The Only Path Forward For Americans, I stated the following:
I highly encourage my readers that haven’t to read “American Nations” by Colin Woodard. He is an annoying [Yankeedom] liberal, and the latter 1/3 of the book is complete propaganda, but the first 2/3rds of it is [fascinating]. It shows the different cultural nations that have always (and still do) exist in the USA. It clearly demonstrates how the American people have always been this divided and have been fighting against the “Yankee” people of the northeast and the left coast that have constantly sought to force their way of life and beliefs on everyone on this continent since before the United States was even founded. Nothing has changed. They are still doing exactly what they were doing in the 1700s, except now it’s far more degrading and destructive. We can never live with these people, nor should we want to.
Yankeedom won the civil war and subjugated the Southern states for the following hundred or so years. Most of the institutions and political processes in the United States are still under partial or full domination by this particular cultural nation. Yankeedom’s power stems from that civil war domination, where they had full control of all American nations under their new empire.
Now let’s review the current (estimated) geographic boundary of this problematic Yankeedom nation.
Now that we know those boundaries, let’s turn our attention to one particular institution and political process in the United States—The IRS and their audits.
You will notice some interesting similarities between this above map and the below two.
If we negate most of western (Far West with practically no population) counties, the low audit counties are nearly all in Yankeedom and nearby allied regions.
Is this a new development, or a heritage development designed for and by the old Yankeedom dominance? My theory is the latter. It’s just still in practice because Yankeedom still controls nearly everything in the States today.
The audit map is not fully the fault of Yankeedom, though. I will concede that.
That map still follows racial lines, to absolutely no one’s surprise:
This is not because the “IRS is racist”—There is no way the IRS is technical enough to find by race and subsequently hide that they are doing so, given that 1040s don’t come with race identification. Nor would they even attempt to do so in the current climate, given all the eyes constantly on the IRS as it is. If anything, they’d let more minorities walk away unaudited than risk it to audit races proportionally.
No, it is much more likely that the minority groups don’t fill out the form correctly, and subsequently get flagged for an audit. The IRS is great at flagging people who clearly fill out the form wrong or who try to lie and hide their income (such as not reporting a W2, even though the IRS receives an employer W2). Articles like this one highlight blacks claiming racism, even though they don’t seem to know that you can do a simple google search to realize that the IRS doesn’t know race even during most audits. It’s much more likely they are lying about their income in an obvious way or filling out the form wrong.
Those two factors: the Yankeedom and the race issue, are the two best likely to explain the audit map.
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