This is probably going to shock many, and holds true in most countries.
In the US, when it comes to law, there is one aspect that everyone forgets, and if you don't believe me, look up Brady motion.
Is everyone's belief here, that the laws apply due to your location, or your citizenship? Can you prove it? What facts do you have to prove it?
Think about it?
Now lets look at laws.
What facts do you have that these laws (opinions) apply to you? (I'm talking about laws that harm no one).
IF you are accused of breaking a law, one of the elements that must be proven (not assumed) is whether that law applies to you.
The courts and the victims almost always assume this aspect and never object, this is one reason they end up in prison. (again look up Brady motion).
All elements of a supposed crime must be proven including the application of the law.
Now just so you know, No lawyer will ever object to the application of the law to a person, or citizen in the US. IF they do they will get disbarred, because they are officers of the court and represent the court.
This type of argument or motion is called a jurisdiction motion, challenging the jurisdiction of the court, and demanding that the prosecution prove all of the elements of the supposed crime that they are accusing someone of and that they have the evidence backed up with facts to support their accusations and that they have given this evidence to the court proving that they in fact do have jurisdiction.
So with all of this tax law discussion, what facts does anyone have that any of these laws apply to you?
Protect your assets, live your life and keep your stuff private is what a prudent person would do.
Live free as best you can
Whats really interesting is that if you read many cases where the government
is getting sued, you will notice that in almost all of the cases the government
will file a Brady motion claiming that the accuser does not have jurisdiction to sue them or accuse them of a crime because they haven't proven it, and then ask for summery judgement and dismissal.
Just something to ponder.