We are Free

Hi all

So there is no confusion resulting, the court case we were involved in last Wednesday had nothing to do with the Paying it Forward process.

The basis of the process is this;

WE ARE FREE to contribute to the betterment of the nation and mankind, serve the public rather than private interests, obtain necessities and enjoyment of life, help free others and the nation from debt, and express their true nature and purpose by the giving freely and unconditionally of themselves out of love for God and all and do so;

Free of debt, free of the absurdity of the existing debt based money system, free of the private-control of the money supply, free of the regulation, and free of the restrictions, limitations, and burdens presently imposed on us and the nation as a result of the aforementioned partnership (government and banks), existing banking system, taxation, and the greed, selfish, and other sinful behavior of us.

It is our divine right to do those and greater things and no law can stand in our way. We just have to choose it and declare it.

I wish to address something else. Words are the worst form of communication. They do not transfer the picture that is in the mind of the author. A picture is worth a thousand words. So when i send messages you all see the words and then react to them and your interpretation of them. You do not see the picture I see.

For example, I have written of promissory notes and Read the rest of this entry

But all isn’t lost

Hi All

I addition to this from the email titled 'Ultimately, the Bank is owned by the people of Canada';

A special type of Crown corporation

The Bank was founded in 1934 as a privately owned corporation. In 1938, it became a Crown corporation belonging to the federal government.

Since that time, the Minister of Finance has held the entire share capital issued by the Bank. Ultimately, the Bank is owned by the people of Canada.

From Bill Abram, a Vancourverite.........

For nearly 40 years, Canada - the people of Canada - had control of their own currency! Imagine! They founded their own bank and issued their own currency with no debt obligations to banks. Taxes were low and debt was too. They got themselves out of the depression that had been induced by the international banking cartel in 1929. By 1934, through the driving force of one man -- Gerald Grattan McGeer, Mayor of Vancouver, B.C. -- Canada founded the Bank of Canada and they were on their way to debt-free recovery. Problem was, the Canadians, busy building their own country, didn't think about, weren't taught about, didn't fully know about what they had -- and they lost it to the banking cartel in 1974. A Bilderberg-banker plan to take it away from them and mire them back in deep debt, forcing them to sell off and privatize everything they'd accomplished in those healthy four decades.

Canada's Great Experiment was over. But all isn't lost. The structure is still there and so is the Bank of Canada.

So I say again, that Bank was created for the people, but, since the people went with private interests so to did Read the rest of this entry

Executor II

Hi

If you read over the email Executor, it brings us back to why we did what we did last year. Grocery Store Bandits.

We are sons and heirs of God so there must be an estate and sons and heirs of such an estate, in my view, to not be confused with all others, must do true love.

Doing so keeps the assets of the God estate, the world, in the estate administered by the executor, government, for the benefit of the heir rather than as most do now, claim a portion as their own.

By claiming a portion of the God estate as ones own, creating a new mini estate but still of the one estate; one assumes full responsibility. He has assumed the role of the executor/trustee.

You cannot separate from the family or not give freely to the family and expect a free ride at the expense of the family. If you give freely to the family then it is very likely the family will give freely to you and God has promised you that.

There is but one way in my estimation to Read the rest of this entry

Ultimately, the Bank is owned by the people of Canada.

Hi all

http://www.bankofcanada.ca/about/who-we-are/;

A special type of Crown corporation

The Bank was founded in 1934 as a privately owned corporation. In 1938, it became a Crown corporation belonging to the federal government. Since that time, the Minister of Finance has held the entire share capital issued by the Bank. Ultimately, the Bank is owned by the people of Canada.

The Bank of Canada Is Owned By The People of Canada

The Bank of Canada Is Owned By The People of Canada

The cause of the continued control of the money supply by the private banking interests is people looking our for their private interests. What we have outside of us is a reflection of what is in us. As members of the public we are one but with private interests we are divided. In other-words, we should see that all what is public, or not private interests, is us, the one, and that what is private is separate from the one. Everyone one of us who has his her own private interests is saying, Read the rest of this entry

Public or private money – this is good

Hi all

Alrighty then. Let us see if we close the loop here.

First off there is private money and public money. Private money is controlled by private interests and public, notes of the Bank of Canada, by the government. It is imperative that the government controls the money supply. It is when that control is in the hands of private interests that life is the way it is, and every time we go to a private bank, we dig a deeper hole for ourselves, and, we support the private interests.

You may recall it was earlier this year that i shared something from the Bank of Canada web site, it said; Read the rest of this entry

Government cannot pay.

Hi all

Based on an email i received this morning I feel compelled to share the following.

So long as we draw or attempt to draw on the government the government will draw on us, e.g. through taxation.

Canada has not the means to cover liabilities, taxation is evidence of that since taxes pays the interest to the holders of government bonds. In other words, Canada cannot make the interest payments because Canada has no money, is insolvent/bankrupt. Whatever money it does get it gets through taxation and other revenue generating methods, all in the form of taxes, therefore; for a bankrupt to service a debt or take on the liabilities people think it should take on, the bankrupt has no place to turn but the people. Why so? Because a bankrupt cannot pay and we are the source of credit as evidence by personal income tax collections. There is no other source.

In short, a reason for income taxes is Read the rest of this entry

Oct. 3, 2010….Important Update

We are asking anyone living within the geographical area known as Canada to consider the following;

This email is based on the common sense nature of the information. The truth contained in these facts will inevitably gain strong momentum...as truth always does. It is also put together in such a way as all information and instructions are contained in this one email which should simplify your sending of it and it will be helpful for the understanding of your personal friends who are completely unfamiliar with the path we are on.

You've received this email because we believe in "paying it forward"...especially a message which resonates so strongly as being solution and love oriented.

*Everything necessary is contained within this email. If it makes it easier for you, feel free to copy and paste from here to make up your own documents.

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Information and instructions from Vic and Wally

Hello;

The reason this may be the most important e-mail you ever receive is because it provides you an opportunity to participate in saving your nation and securing a bright and prosperous future for you and your family.

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1- The federal Minister of Justice, James Flaherty, has recently asked the people of this nation to provide suggestions for improving the financial system of Canada.

See Attachment # 1…article from the Toronto SUN

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2- As you may know, the financial (monetary) system is the foundation for the entire economy and if the financial system is not working, or not working for you but instead is working for the bankers, then neither is the economy, and we are all, each and every one of us, affected by the economy.  As the economy goes, so goes our health and welfare.

Attached is the mail that we have sent to the Minister to serve as a guide for your input. We encourage you to consider doing the same. If you wish, simply copy and paste the attachment # 2 and send off to the minister.

See Attachment # 2…Letter to finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca

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3- Also attached is a sample e-mail sent to all MP’s. We encourage you to consider doing the same. If you wish, simply copy and paste the attachment # 3 into the main body of an email and send.

See Attachment # 3…Suggestion 09-23-2010

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4- Attached is a Word document containing a list of e-mail addresses for all MP's in Canada. They have been formatted into 13 groupings. Simply copy and paste one grouping at a time into your email “Send To” box. Then copy and paste the “attachment # 3…Suggestion 09-23-2010” into the main body of your email and hit “Send.”

See Attachment # 4…MP email addresses

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5- Also attached are two addition documents plus a Treatise that may assist those of you who do not understand the system, to hopefully, attain a cursory understanding of it.

Attachment # 5a…Chapter 40 - The Government Must Create Its Own Money

Attachment # 5b…A Monetary Education for MP's

Treatise # 5c…Rights and Responsibilities of the Parties to the Birth Certificate

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Also…

Please remember, the solution that we are providing is based on the observations of the members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce of 1939 and, although we have been recommending such a solution for years, we simply quote the Committee in this instance which will prevent anyone from dismissing our suggestions as the ramblings of uneducated troublemakers.

Please seriously consider communicating to the Minister, with what we consider, the only solution to the present floundering financial system, interest and debt free currency issued by the government, and not the present system of interest added, debt currency.

Currently the bankers are benefiting from our credit, whereas, we should be benefiting from our credit.

In addition...

Let's assume that there are only two types of money, at least relative to the kind of money we currently have in Canada. There is the present debt money (money that is loaned/borrowed into circulation) with interest added. This money originates entirely from the banks and represents 100% of the money in Canada today.

The only other kind of money then, is debt free money (money that is created, generally by government, pursuant to their duty and authority contained in section 91 of the Constitution Act, 1867 and put into circulation free of charge) without interest added.  There is none of this type of money available in Canada today.  This is the only kind of money that will benefit the people.  The debt currency type of money fattens the bankers while the debt free money benefits the people.

Let's assume further, that the Minister of Finance is aware of these facts, if for no other reason than he has read the Minutes of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce from 1939; Minutes that contain some of the quotes included in the documents attached.

Let's assume that he is also aware of the fact that just as everyone in Canada would have all the money necessary to purchase anything and everything they needed and wanted (as long as everyone continued to work and create the wealth to supply that consumption), he could also have everything he needed and wanted. So what would be his motivation to preserve the present system that MUST self-destruct and cause all manner of chaos as a result?

The only reason we can think of is that the Minister is aware of what happened to Presidents of the U.S. who attempted to introduce a constitutional money system that benefits the people; Presidents such as Kennedy, Lincoln, Garfield, and Andrew Jackson to name just a few.

He must then, be aware of the fact that the same or similar fate awaits him should he and his government attempt to strip the bankers of their power to create Canada's money supply and commence creating money that benefits the people who are the credit and value backing the money anyway.

Another scenario is that the bankers themselves are ready for a new monetary system because they know that it is a mathematical fact that the present debt monetary system with added interest MUST of necessity, implode and self-destruct.  This scenario is plausible.

Now let's assume that the Minister decides that he wants to create debt free and interest free money for the benefit of Canadians so he decides to test them to see if they are educated enough concerning money to respond with the suggested solution that he wishes to introduce, so he places an advertisement in the Newspapers to solicit suggestions.

Remember, even the Bible speaks to the results of ignorance when it says, "My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge." (Hosea 4:6)

If there are millions of people awake and knowledgeable enough to make the suggestions and support him then it would be safe for him to do the right thing.  However, if the people lack the knowledge of the monetary system and/or do not respond to his solicitation, then he can do nothing.

With the support of the people, and there must be millions, the government can introduce a righteous debt free and interest free monetary system.  Without our support, we will never have such a system and the bankers will continue to control the money creation powers for this country and if that is what you want, then do nothing.

But if you want a change, then it behooves you all to do as we and many others have done, send your suggestions to the Minister of Finance, and if the numbers are not in the millions we are afraid that the present system of banker control of, not only our money system, but the creation of laws and the administration of same will continue in perpetuity.

Please pass this on to everyone on your e-mail lists and let's try to have at least a million people make the same suggestion to the Minister of Finance and the government will then realize that the people are awake and know what is going on.

We are not saying that you have to do anything, we just want you to understand that "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" (Edmund Burke).

The future generations will thank you...

Special note*

We would like to monitor how many people are participating in sending suggestions to the Minister, so if you would be so kind, please send a copy of your correspondence as well to freedomfromdebt3(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)gmail.com

Finally, if you want to participate in the pending Class-action lawsuit against the government for Breach of Trust, et al, then you need to send a request to Dana at freedomfromdebt3(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)gmail.com along with other contact information, such as mailing address, email and phone. You can convey your intention to participate in the pending Class-action lawsuit by typing “count me in” in the message box of your email.

If you wish to read the Minutes of the Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, here is the link http://www.scribd.com/doc/9525141/Standing-Committee-on-Banking-and-Commerce-1939-p248315-May-3-1939-CANADA

Another good link to aid you in your studies if necessary, is http://www.michaeljournal.org/appenE.htm

All of this information plus daily additions, can be found by going to:

http://www.freedom-fromdebt.blogspot.com/

May the Divine guide you in your deliberations.
Vic and Wally

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Attachment # 2…Letter to finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca

Dear Honourable Minister of Finance.

The following is a suggestion in response to an article in the Toronto Sun newspapers regarding the governments request for suggestions to improve the banking/financial system. The attachment contains the suggestion in French and English. In addition to the suggestion offered herein is this from the Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce;

March 24, 1939 at page 394; “Will you tell me why the government with power to create money should give that power away to a private monopoly and then borrow that which parliament can create itself back at interest to the point of national bankruptcy, because, if we cannot finance the things that are necessary it means that this nation cannot meet its current obligations”. “Why should a government with the power to create money borrow that money at interest?”

Mr Towers, “Now, if parliament wants to change the form of operating the banking system, then certainly that is within the power of parliament”.

We think that the facts and evidence speak for themselves as to why the ship Canada and the people are floundering in debt and will continue to flounder until the ship sinks taking us all with her, unless the rules are changed. It is not our desire to pursue a class action suit but neither is it our desire to see the good ship Canada and the people suffer needlessly.

If you wish to discuss this further my contact particulars follow.

Thank you

Your Full Name
Your Complete Mailing Address

TO:                  Minister of Finance Canada (By mail and e-mail)

COPIED TO:   All Members of Parliament (By e-mail only)

September 23, 2010

Dear Sir:

Re:      Pending Class Action lawsuit for breach of duty, et al

The People v. the federal government/Crown

We are in the process of investigating and determining the propriety of launching a class-action lawsuit as captioned.  However, we noticed an article in the Toronto Sun wherein the government is soliciting suggestions on how to improve the financial system and thought it prudent to make a suggestion and submit it to, finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.

We begin this letter with the following quotes from members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, meeting in 1939;

“It is absurd to say that our country can issue $30,000,000 in bonds and not $30,000,000 in currency. Both are promises to pay; but one promise fattens the usurer and the other helps the people”, and;

“It is the people who constitute the basis of government credit. Why then cannot the people have the benefit of their own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency, instead of the bankers  receiving the benefit of the people’s credit in interest bearing bonds?”

“Income taxes pay the interest to the bondholders”.

Surely you are well aware that the interest payment obligation attached to the creation of money does not exist and of the inevitable consequences of having to pay back more money than was created.

We men and women did not come to this world to labour under a monetary system that fattens usurers at our expense, or be held as debtors, or to support absurdities, or to do nothing as our brothers and sisters and country suffer hopelessness because of a monetary system that, as it is, benefits and fattens the usurer (moneychanger/banker).

The people are the real produces of all wealth in the country and who constitute the basis of all government credit, so why should, do, we not benefit from our own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency?

Does the government not have a responsibility to the people, those who empower it and who constitute the basis of government credit, first and foremost?  The Prime Minister must think so when he stated in an article on the Foreign Affairs website, The first duty of government is to protect its citizens.”

What is the government going to do about this? Is it the policy of the government, the elected, to allow this absurdity to continue - bleeding the people and business to death (debt) in order to fatten the usurer (bondholders), or is the government going to protect and help the people?

If we do not hear from you within 10 days we shall proceed with our planned class-action lawsuit.

Regards

Your Name

À: Ministre des Finances du Canada

COPIE CONFORME : Tout les Membres du Parlement

23 Septembre, 2010

Messieurs:

Re:      Recours collectif en cours pour “breach of duty, et al”

The People v. the federal government/Crown

Nous sommes en train d’enquêter et de déterminer l’opportunité de lancer un recours collectif tel qu'énoncé. Toutefois, nous avons remarqué un article paru dans le Toronto Sun dans lequel le gouvernement sollicite des suggestions sur la façon d’améliorer le système financier et nous avons crû sage de vous faire parvenir notre suggestion et de la soumettre à finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.

Nous commençons cette lettre avec les citations suivantes de membres du « House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce », réunis en 1939;

« Il est absurde de dire que notre pays peut émettre 30,000,000$ en obligations (bonds) mais pas     30,000,000$ en monnaie (currency). Les deux constituent une promesse de paiement, mais une de ces promesse renfloue les usuriers/banquiers, tandis que l’autre aide les gens/le peuple », et;

« Ce sont les gens/le peuple qui constituent la base de crédit du gouvernement. Pourquoi donc les gens ne puissent pas être avantagé en recevant leur propre crédit qu’ils se sont forgés en recevant une monnaie échue sans intérêts, plutôt que ce soit les banquiers (changeurs) qui reçoivent le bénéfice du crédit du peuple par ses obligations échues avec intérêts? »

« Les impôts paient les intérêts aux détenteurs de bonds ».

Certes, vous êtes biens conscients que l’obligation de paiement des intérêts attachés à la création de l’argent n’existe pas et entraîne l’inévitable conséquence d’avoir à rembourser plus d’argent qu’il n’en a été créée.

Nous les hommes et femmes de ce monde ne sommes pas venus ici pour travailler sous un système monétaire qui renfloue les banquiers/usuriers, à nos frais, ou être tenu en tant que débiteurs, ou pour soutenir des absurdités, ou pour ne rien faire tout en regardant nos frères et sœurs ainsi que le pays souffrir de désespoir dû à un système monétaire, qui tel qu’il est, bénéficie et renfloue les coffres des banquiers/usuriers/changeurs.

Le peuple est le véritable producteur de toutes les richesses dans le pays et constituent la base de tout le crédit du gouvernement, alors pourquoi nous ne pourrions pas bénéficier de notre propre crédit forgé en recevant une monnaie échue sans aucun intérêts?

Le gouvernement ne possède-t-il pas une responsabilité envers le peuple, à ceux qui lui donne son pouvoir et qui constitue la base du crédit gouvernemental, d’abord et avant tout? Le Premier Ministre devait bien penser cela lorsqu’il a déclaré dans un article paru sur le site Web des Affaires Étrangères, «  Le premier devoir du gouvernement est de protéger ses citoyens ».

Qu’est ce que le gouvernement va faire à ce sujet? Est-ce la politique du gouvernement, des élus, de permettre à une telle absurdité de continuer – saignant le peuple à blanc ainsi que les commerces tout en les entraînant dans la mort (dette) afin de renflouer les coffres des usuriers (obligataires/détenteurs de bonds), ou est ce que le gouvernement va protéger et aider le peuple?

Si nous ne recevons pas de nouvelles de vous dans les 10 jours, nous procéderons alors à notre recours collectif planifié.

Sincèrement votre

Your Name

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Attachment # 3…Suggestion 09-23-2010

TO:                  Minister of Finance Canada (By mail and e-mail)

COPIED TO:  All Members of Parliament (By e-mail only)

September 23, 2010

Dear Sir:

Re:      Pending Class Action lawsuit for breach of duty, et al

The People v. the federal government/Crown

We are in the process of investigating and determining the propriety of launching a class-action lawsuit as captioned.  However, we noticed an article in the Toronto Sun wherein the government is soliciting suggestions on how to improve the financial system and thought it prudent to make a suggestion and submit it to, finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.

We begin this letter with the following quotes from members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, meeting in 1939;

“It is absurd to say that our country can issue $30,000,000 in bonds and not $30,000,000 in currency. Both are promises to pay; but one promise fattens the usurer and the other helps the people”, and;

“It is the people who constitute the basis of government credit. Why then cannot the people have the benefit of their own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency, instead of the bankers  receiving the benefit of the people’s credit in interest bearing bonds?”

“Income taxes pay the interest to the bondholders”.

Surely you are well aware that the interest payment obligation attached to the creation of money does not exist and of the inevitable consequences of having to pay back more money than was created.

We men and women did not come to this world to labour under a monetary system that fattens usurers at our expense, or be held as debtors, or to support absurdities, or to do nothing as our brothers and sisters and country suffer hopelessness because of a monetary system that, as it is, benefits and fattens the usurer (moneychanger/banker).

The people are the real produces of all wealth in the country and who constitute the basis of all government credit, so why should, do, we not benefit from our own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency? We hereby give notice that we claim our credit and right to the benefit of it.

Does the government not have a responsibility to the people, those who empower it and who constitute the basis of government credit, first and foremost?  The Prime Minister must think so when he stated in an article on the Foreign Affairs website, The first duty of government is to protect its citizens.”

What is the government going to do about this? Is it the policy of the government, the elected, to allow this absurdity to continue - bleeding the people and business to death (debt) in order to fatten the usurer (bondholders), or is the government going to protect and help the people?

If we do not hear from you within 10 days we shall proceed with our planned class-action lawsuit.

Regards

Your Name

À: Ministre des Finances du Canada

COPIE CONFORME : Tout les Membres du Parlement

23 Septembre, 201

Messieurs:

Re:      Recours collectif en cours pour “breach of duty, et al”

The People v. the federal government/Crown

Nous sommes en train d’enquêter et de déterminer l’opportunité de lancer un recours collectif tel qu'énoncé. Toutefois, nous avons remarqué un article paru dans le Toronto Sun dans lequel le gouvernement sollicite des suggestions sur la façon d’améliorer le système financier et nous avons crû sage de vous faire parvenir notre suggestion et de la soumettre à finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.

Nous commençons cette lettre avec les citations suivantes de membres du « House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce », réunis en 1939;

« Il est absurde de dire que notre pays peut émettre 30,000,000$ en obligations (bonds) mais pas     30,000,000$ en monnaie (currency). Les deux constituent une promesse de paiement, mais une de ces promesse renfloue les usuriers/banquiers, tandis que l’autre aide les gens/le peuple », et;

« Ce sont les gens/le peuple qui constituent la base de crédit du gouvernement. Pourquoi donc les gens ne puissent pas être avantagé en recevant leur propre crédit qu’ils se sont forgés en recevant une monnaie échue sans intérêts, plutôt que ce soit les banquiers (changeurs) qui reçoivent le bénéfice du crédit du peuple par ses obligations échues avec intérêts? »

« Les impôts paient les intérêts aux détenteurs de bonds ».

Certes, vous êtes biens conscients que l’obligation de paiement des intérêts attachés à la création de l’argent n’existe pas et entraîne l’inévitable conséquence d’avoir à rembourser plus d’argent qu’il n’en a été créée.

Nous les hommes et femmes de ce monde ne sommes pas venus ici pour travailler sous un système monétaire qui renfloue les banquiers/usuriers, à nos frais, ou être tenu en tant que débiteurs, ou pour soutenir des absurdités, ou pour ne rien faire tout en regardant nos frères et sœurs ainsi que le pays souffrir de désespoir dû à un système monétaire, qui tel qu’il est, bénéficie et renfloue les coffres des banquiers/usuriers/changeurs.

Le peuple est le véritable producteur de toutes les richesses dans le pays et constituent la base de tout le crédit du gouvernement, alors pourquoi nous ne pourrions pas bénéficier de notre propre crédit forgé en recevant une monnaie échue sans aucun intérêts? Nous vous avisons, par les présentes, que nous revendiquons le plein accès à notre propre crédit et le plein pouvoir d'en bénéficier.

Le gouvernement ne possède-t-il pas une responsabilité envers le peuple, à ceux qui lui donne son pouvoir et qui constitue la base du crédit gouvernemental, d’abord et avant tout? Le Premier Ministre devait bien penser cela lorsqu’il a déclaré dans un article paru sur le site Web des Affaires Étrangères, «  Le premier devoir du gouvernement est de protéger ses citoyens ».

Qu’est ce que le gouvernement va faire à ce sujet? Est-ce la politique du gouvernement, des élus, de permettre à une telle absurdité de continuer – saignant le peuple à blanc ainsi que les commerces tout en les entraînant dans la mort (dette) afin de renflouer les coffres des usuriers (obligataires/détenteurs de bonds), ou est ce que le gouvernement va protéger et aider le peuple?

Si nous ne recevons pas de nouvelles de vous dans les 10 jours, nous procéderons alors à notre recours collectif planifié.

Sincèrement votre

Your Name

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Attachment # 4…MP email addresses

MP’s e-mail addresses

The addresses are in groups of 25 for anti spam reasons. Copy and paste to the ‘send to’

1st Group of 25 MPs

Galipeau <Galipeau.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Beaudin <Beaudin.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Baird <Baird.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bains <Bains.N(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bagnell <Bagnell.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bacha <Bacha.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Atamanenko <Atamanenko.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Asselin <Asselin.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Ashton <Ashton.N(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Ashfield <Ashfield.K(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Arthur <Arthur.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Armstrong <Armstrong.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Angus <Angus.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Andrews <Andrews.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Andre <Andre.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Anderson <Anderson.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Anders <Anders.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Ambrose <Ambrose.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Allison <Allison.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Allen <Allen.Ma(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Allen <Allen.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Albrecht <Albrecht.H(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Aglukkag <Aglukkag.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Ablonczy <Ablonczy.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Abbott <Abbott.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

2nd Group of 25 MPs

Brune <BruneP(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bruinooge <Bruinooge.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Brown <Brown.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Brown <BrownPa(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Brown <Brown.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Brison <Brison.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Breitkreuz <Breitkreuz.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Braid <Braid.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bourgeois <Bourgeois.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Boughen <Boughen.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Boucher <Boucher.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bouchard <Bouchard.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bonsa <BonsaF(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Block <Block.K(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Blaney <Blaney.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Blais <Blais.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Blackburn <Blackburn.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bigras <Bigras.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bezan <Bezan.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bevington <Bevington.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Berni <BerniM(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Benoit <Benoit.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bennett <Bennett.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Bellavance <Bellavance.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Belan <BelanM(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

3rd Group of 25 MPs

Godin <Godin.Y(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Glover <Glover.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Genereux <Genereux.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Gaudet <Gaudet.Ro(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Garneau <Garneau.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Gallant <Gallant.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Coderre <Coderre.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Coady <Coady.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Clement <Clement.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Clarke <Clarke.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Christopherson <Christopherson.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Chow <Chow.O(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Chong <Chong.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Charlton <Charlton.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Casson <Casson.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Carrier <Carrier.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Carrie <Carrie.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cardin <Cardin.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cannon <Cannon.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cannis <Cannis.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cannan <Cannan.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Calkins <Calkins.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Calandra <Calandra.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cadman <Cadman.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Byrne <Byrne.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

4th Group of 25 MPs

Gourde <Gourde.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Goodyear <Goodyear.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Goodale <Goodale.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Goldring <Goldring.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dhaliwal <Dhaliwal.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dewar <Dewar.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Devolin <Devolin.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Desnoyers <Desnoyers.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Deschamps <Deschamps.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Demers <Demers.N(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; DelMastro <DelMastro.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dechert <Dechert.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; DeBellefeuille <DeBellefeuille.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Day <Day.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Davies <Davies.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Davies <Davies.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Davidson <Davidson.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Damours <Damours.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cuzner <Cuzner.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cummins <Cummins.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Cullen <Cullen.N(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Crowd <CrowdJ(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Crombie <Crombie.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; cotler <cotler.i(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; comartin <comartin.j(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

5th Group of 25 MPs

Freeman <Freeman.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Foote <Foote.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Folco <Folco.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Fletcher <Fletcher.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Flaherty <Flaherty.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Finley <Finley.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Fast <Fast.E(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Faille <Faille.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Eyking <Eyking.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Eyking <Eyking.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Easter <Easter.W(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dykstra <Dykstra.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Duncan.L <Duncan.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Duncan.K <Duncan.K(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Duncan.J <Duncan.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dufour <Dufour.N(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Duceppe <Duceppe.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dryden <Dryden.K(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dreeshen <Dreeshen.E(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dosanjh <Dosanjh.U(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dorion <Dorion.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Donnelly <Donnelly.F(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dion <DionS(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Dhalla <Dhalla.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

6th Group of 25 MPs

Jennings <Jennings.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Jean <Jean.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Ignatieff <Ignatieff.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hyer <Hyer.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hughes <Hughes.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hughes <Hughes.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Holland <Holland.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Holder <Holder.E(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hoeppner <Hoeppner.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hoback <Hoback.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hill <Hill.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hiebert <Hiebert.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Hawn <Hawn.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Harris <Harris.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Harper <Harper.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; HallFindlay <HallFindlay.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Guimond <Guimond.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Guimond <Guimond.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Guergis <Guergis.H(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Guay <Guay.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Guarnieri <Guarnieri.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Grewal <Grewal.N(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Gravelle <Gravelle.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Galipeau <Galipeau.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Gagnon <Gagnon.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

7th Group of 25 MPs

Lessa <LessaY(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Leslie <Leslie.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lemieux <Lemieux.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lemay <Lemay.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lee <Lee.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Leblanc <Leblanc.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lebel <Lebel.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Layton <Layton.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lavallee <Lavallee.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lauzon <Lauzon.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lalonde <Lalonde.F(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lake <Lake.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Laframboise <Laframboise.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lafor <LaforJ(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Kramp <Kramp.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Komarnicki <Komarnicki.E(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Kerr <Kerr.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Kent <Kent.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Kenney <Kenney.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Kennedy <Kennedy.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Keddy <Keddy.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Karygiannis <Karygiannis.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Kania <Kania.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Kamp <Kamp.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Julian <Julian.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

8th Group of 25 MPs

Menar <MenarSe(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; McTeague <McTeague.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; McLeod <McLeod.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; McKay <McKay.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; McGuinty <McGuinty.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; McColeman <McColeman.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; McCallum <McCallum.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Mayes <Mayes.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Mathyssen <Mathyssen.I(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Masse <Masse.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Martin.P <Martin.Pat(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Martin <Martin.K(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Martin <Martin.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Marston <Marston.W(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Maloway <Maloway.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Malo <Malo.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Malhi <Malhi.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; MacKenzie <MacKenzie.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; MacKay <MacKay.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; MacAulay <MacAulay.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lunney <Lunney.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lunn <Lunn.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lukiwski <Lukiwski.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Lobb <Lobb.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Leves <LevesY(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

9th Group of 25 MPs

Paille <Paille.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Pacetti <Pacetti.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Ouellet <Ouellet.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; ONeill-Gordon <ONeill-Gordon.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Oliphant <Oliphant.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Oda <Oda.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; OConnor <OConnor.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Obhrai <Obhrai.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Norlock <Norlock.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Nicholson <Nicholson.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Neville <Neville.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Nadeau <Nadeau.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Murray.J <Murray.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Murphy.S <Murphy.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Murphy <Murphy.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Mulcair <Mulcair.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Mourani <Mourani.Ma(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Moore.R <Moore.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Moore <Moore.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Minna <Minna.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Milliken <Milliken.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Miller <Miller.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Merrifield <Merrifield.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Menzies <Menzies.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Mendes <Mendes.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

10th Group of 25 MPs

Ritz <Ritz.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Rickford <Rickford.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Richardson <Richardson.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Richards <Richards.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Reid <Reid.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Regan <Regan.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Rathgeber <Rathgeber.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Ratansi <Ratansi.Y(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Rajotte <Rajotte.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Raitt <Raitt.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Rafferty <Rafferty.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Rae <Rae.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Proulx <Proulx.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Preston <Preston.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Prentice <Prentice.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Pomerleau <Pomerleau.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Poil <PoiliP(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Plamo <PlamoL(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Petit <Petit.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Pearson <Pearson.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Payne <Payne.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Patry <Patry.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Paradis <Paradis.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Paquette <Paquette.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Paille.P <Paille.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

11th Group of 25 MPs

Strahl <Strahl.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Storseth <Storseth.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Stoffer <Stoffer.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; St-Cyr <St-Cyr.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Stanton <Stanton.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Sorenson <Sorenson.K(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Smith <Smith.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Simson <Simson.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Simms <Simms.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Silva <Silva.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Siksay <Siksay.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Shory <Shory.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Shipley <Shipley.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Shea <Shea.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Sgro <Sgro.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Schellenberger <Schellenberger.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Scheer <Scheer.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Scarpaleggia <Scarpaleggia.F(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Saxton <Saxton.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Savoie <Savoie.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Savage <Savage.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Russell <Russell.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Roy <Roy.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Rota <Rota.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Rodriguez <Rodriguez.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

12th Group of 25 MPs

Weston.R <Weston.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Weston <Weston.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Watson <Watson.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Warkentin <Warkentin.C(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; warawm <warawm7(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Wallace <Wallace.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Volpe <Volpe.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Vincent <Vincent.R(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Verner <Verner.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Vellacott <Vellacott.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; VanLoan <VanLoan.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; VanKesteren <VanKesteren.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Valeriote <Valeriote.F(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Uppal <Uppal.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Tweed <Tweed.M(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Trudeau <Trudeau.J(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Trost <Trost.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Tonks <Tonks.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Toews <Toews.V(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Tilson <Tilson.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Thompson <Thompson.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; ThiLac <ThiLac.E(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Thibeault <Thibeault.G(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Szabo <Szabo.P(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Sweet <Sweet.D(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>

13th Group of  MPs

Zarac <Zarac.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Young <Young.T(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Yelich <Yelich.L(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Wrzesnewskyj <Wrzesnewskyj.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Woodworth <Woodworth.S(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Wong <Wong.A(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca>; Wilfert Wilfert.B(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)parl.gc.ca

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Attachment # 5a…Chapter 40 - The Government Must Create Its Own Money

Chapter 40 — The Government Must Create Its Own Money
Answers to a Few Questions

(An article of Alain Pilote, published in the November-December, 1994 issue of the Michael Journal.)

The regular readers of the “Michael” Journal will have noticed it: the first request of the Social Creditors, the “White Berets” of the “Michael” Journal, is that the Federal Government should take back its power to issue, create the money for our country. Once this is done, it will then be possible to implement the two other principles of Social Credit: a monthly dividend to every citizen, and a periodical discount on retail prices, to prevent any inflation.

However, for the new readers, this request may give rise to a few questions. We will mention here the most frequent ones, and give them short answers.

Question: You say that the Government should create the money. Does it not already do it, with the Bank of Canada notes?

Answer: If the Federal Government does create its own money, why is it over $500 billion in debt? The truth is that bank notes and coins come into circulation only when they are lent by private banks, at interest. Moreover, this kind of money (cash) represents less than 10 per cent of the money supply in our country. The other kind of money, which represents over 90 per cent of the money supply, is bookkeeping or check book money, that is to say, figures written on checks or bank accounts.

Question: Why do you want the Government to create the money? Is not the present bank money good?

Answer: Chartered banks lend out money and put it into circulation at interest, in the form of a debt, which creates unpayable debts. For example, let us suppose that the bank lends you $100, at 6 per cent interest. The bank creates $100, but wants you to pay back $106. You can pay back $100, but not $106; the $6 for the interest does not exist, since only the bank has the right to create money, and it created $100, not $106.

In other words, when a chartered bank lends you money, it actually demands you to pay back money that does not exist. The only way to pay back $106 when there is only $100 in existence is to also borrow this $6 from the bank. Your problem is not solved yet; it has only gotten worse: you now owe the bank $106, plus an interest payment of 6 per cent, which makes a total of $112.36. As years pass, your debt gets bigger; there is no way to get out of it.

Some borrowers, taken individually, can manage to pay back their loans in full — the principal plus the interest —, but all the borrowers as a whole cannot. If some borrowers manage to pay back $106 when they received only $100, it is because they take the missing $6 in the money put into circulation through the money loaned to other borrowers. For some borrowers to be able to pay back their loans, others must go bankrupt. And it is only a matter of time until all the borrowers, without exception, find it impossible to pay the bankers back, whatever the rate of interest on their loans.

Some may say that if one does not want to get into debt, one has only not to borrow. Well, if no one borrowed money from the banks, there would simply be not a penny at all in circulation. And this money borrowed from the bank cannot remain in circulation indefinitely: it must be returned to the bank when the loan is due... and returned with interest, of course.

Unpayable debts

This means that just to maintain the same amount of money in circulation in our country, year after year, unpayable debts must pile up. For example, if one wants to maintain only $100 in circulation, year after year, by borrowing at 6% interest, the debt will be $106 after one year, then $112.36 after two years ($106 plus the 6% interest), and so on. After 70 years, the debt will have reached the sum of $5,907.59, and there will still be only $100 in circulation.

In the case of public debts, the bankers are satisfied as long as the interest on the debt is paid. Is it a favour they do to us? No, it only delays the financial impasse for a few years since, after a while, even the interest on the debt becomes unpayable. Thus, in the example of the $100 borrowed at 6%, the interest due on the debt will have reached $104.26 after 50 years, which is more than all the money in circulation. (See Chapter 34.)

No wonder then that the national debts of all the civilized countries in the world are reaching astronomical proportions. For example, Canada's national debt, which was $24 billion in 1975, is now over $500 billion, and the interest on this debt costs over $49 billion per year, or about one-third of all the taxes collected by the Federal Government; this percentage keeps increasing year after year. So, to satisfy the bankers, the Government must slash all its other expenditures. Will the Government wait until servicing the debt takes 100% of the taxes, to change the system, or will it prefer to let people starve? Moreover, the national debt is only the peak of the iceberg: there are also the debts of the provinces, the municipalities, the corporations, and the individuals!

Question: Does the Government have the power to create money? Would this money be as good as that of the banks?

Answer: The Government has indeed the power to create, issue the money of our country, since it is itself, the Federal Government, that has given this power to the chartered banks. For the Government to refuse to itself a privilege it has granted to the banks, is the height of imbecility! Moreover, it is actually the first duty of any sovereign government to issue its own currency, but all the countries today have unjustly given up this power to private corporations, the chartered banks. The first nation that thus surrendered to private corporations its power to create money was Great Britain, back in 1694. In both Canada and the U.S.A., this right was surrendered in 1913.

It is not the bankers who give money its value; it is the production of the country. Bankers produce absolutely nothing; they only create the figures that allow the nation to make use of its own producing capacity, its own wealth. Without the production of all the citizens in the country, the figures of the bankers are worthless. So, the Government can just as well create these figures itself, without going through the banks, and without getting into debt. Then why should the Government pay interest to a private banking system for the use of its money, when it could issue it itself, without going through the banks, without interest nor debt?

This very question was actually asked to Graham Towers, Governor of the Bank of Canada from 1935 to 1954, before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, in the spring of 1939 (page 394 of the Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence Respecting the Bank of Canada, Committee on Banking and Commerce, 1939):

“Will you tell me why a government with power to create money should give that power away to a private monopoly and then borrow that which parliament can create itself back at interest to the point of national bankruptcy?”

Answer of Towers:

“Now, if parliament wants to change the form of operating the banking system, then certainly that is within the power of parliament.”

As a matter of fact, the power of the Federal Government to create the money of our country is clearly stated in the Constitution (Section 91 of the British North America Act, paragraphs 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, and 20).

No danger of inflation

Question: Is there not any danger that the Government might misuse this power and issue too much money, which would result in runaway inflation? Is it not preferable for the Government to leave this power to the bankers, in order to keep it away from the whims of the politicians?

Answer: The money issued by the Government would be no more inflationary than the money created by the banks: it would be the same figures, based on the same production of the country. The only difference is that the Government would not have to get into debt, or to pay interest, in order to obtain these figures.

On the contrary, the first cause of inflation is precisely the money created as a debt by the banks: inflation means increasing prices. The obligation for the corporations and governments that are borrowing to bring back to the banks more money than the banks created, forces the corporations to increase the prices of their products, and the governments to increase their taxes.

What is the means used by the present Governor of the Bank of Canada to fight inflation? Precisely what actually increases it, that is to say, to increase the interest rates! As many Premiers put it, “It is like trying to extinguish a fire by pouring gasoline over it.”

It is obvious that if the Canadian Government decided to create or print money anyhow, without any limits, according to the whims of the men in office, without any relation with the existing production, there would definitely be runaway inflation. This is not at all what is proposed here by the Social Creditors.

Accurate bookkeeping

What the Social Creditors advocate, when they speak of money created by the Government, is that money must be brought back to its proper function, which is to be a figure, a ticket, that represents products, which in fact is nothing but simple bookkeeping. And since money is nothing but a bookkeeping system, the only necessary thing to do would be to establish accurate bookkeeping:

The Government would appoint a commission of accountants, an independent organism called the “National Credit Office” (in Canada, the Bank of Canada could well carry out this job if ordered to do so by the Government). This National Credit Office would be charged with setting up accurate accounting, where money would be nothing but the reflection, the exact financial expression, of economic realities: production would be expressed in assets, and consumption in liabilities. Since one cannot consume more than what has been produced, the liabilities could never exceed the assets, and deficits and debts would be impossible.

In practice, here is how it would work: the new money would be issued by the National Credit Office as new products are made, and would be withdrawn from circulation as these products are consumed (purchased). (Louis Even's booklet, A Sound and Effective Financial System, explains this mechanism in detail.) Thus there would be no danger of having more money than products: there would be a constant balance between money and products, money would always keep the same value, and any inflation would be impossible. Money would not be issued according to the whims of the Government nor of the accountants, since the commission of accountants, appointed by the Government, would act only according to the facts, according to what the Canadians produce and consume.

The best way to prevent any price increase is to lower prices. And Social Credit does also propose a mechanism to lower retail prices, called the “compensated discount”, which would allow the consumers to purchase all of the available production for sale with the purchasing power they have at their disposal, by lowering retail prices (a discount) by a certain percentage, so that the total retail prices of all the goods for sale would equal the available total purchasing power of the consumer. This discount would then be refunded to the retailers by the National Credit Office.

No more financial problems

If the Government issued its own money for the needs of society, it would be automatically able to pay for all that can be produced in the country, and would no longer be obliged to borrow from foreign or domestic financial institutions. The only taxes people would pay would be for the services they consume. One would no longer have to pay three or four times the actual price of public developments because of the interest charges.

So, when the Government would discuss a new project, it would not ask: “Do we have the money?”, but: “Do we have the materials and the workers to realize it?”. If it is so, new money would be automatically issued to finance this new production. Then the Canadians could really live in accordance with their real means, the physical means, the possibilities of production. In other words, all that is physically possible would be made financially possible. There would be no more financial problems. The only limit would be that of the producing capacity of the nation. The Government would be able to finance all the developments and social programs demanded by the population that are physically feasible.

No nationalization

Question: Does what you advocate require nationalizing private banks?

Answer: Not at all. The private banks could freely continue to exercise the functions that are rightfully theirs: receiving deposits and investing them. They could continue to loan money, but the creation of new money would be the sole prerogative of the sovereign government of the nation.

The education of the people by the “Michael” Journal

Question: If all that you have said above is true, and that a social money system, money created by a public organism on behalf of society, is so beneficial, why is it that the Government does not implement it right away?

Answer: Constitutionally speaking, there is nothing that prevents the Government from doing it immediately, since it has already the right to issue its own currency. It is the sovereign government of the nation that must be responsible for the monetary policy of our country, and not private corporations, for whom the objective is not at all the common good, but their own profit. On July 21, 1961, Louis Rasminski, who was Governor of the Bank of Canada from 1961 to 1973, sent the Government the following letter:

“If the Government disapproves of the monetary policy being carried out by the Bank (of Canada), it has the right and the responsibility to direct the Bank as to the policy which the Bank is to carry out... and the Bank should have the duty to comply with these instructions.”

The governments, despite statements that are often stupid, are perfectly aware of the iniquity of the creation of money by private companies, but they dare not to challenge the money power, for want of support among the population. (See Chapter 24, on Mackenzie King's statements in 1935.)

The only thing that is lacking is the education of the people, to show the falseness, the absurdity, and the injustice of the present financial system, and the existence of a corrective system like Social Credit. Only the “Michael” Journal denounces the present system and brings the Social Credit solution. The population must therefore study the “Michael” Journal. To that end, everyone must be subscribed to the “Michael” Journal.

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Attachment # 5b…A Monetary Education for MP's

A Monetary Education for MPs

by
Keith Wilde

A Parliamentary document from 1939 may be the most illuminating exposition of fundamental money and banking principles and operations that I have encountered. It is the Minutes and Proceedings of the Select Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, Eighth Session. A few contextual details add significance to the proceedings:

The Bank of Canada opened in March of 1935, under a Conservative government. In August of 1935, Albertans elected a full slate of members from the newly formed Social Credit party. Then a federal election in October defeated the Conservatives and elected 171 Liberals. Only 39 Conservatives were returned. The Social Credit party had 17 of its candidates elected, 15 from Alberta and 2 from Saskatchewan. The CCF won 7 seats. The new government nationalized the Bank in 1938, buying all of its shares from the private banks that were its original owners. Early in 1939, the Bank submitted its annual report to the new owner, and on February 20, 1939 the report was referred to the Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce. The Committee was convened to begin its task on March 8 and reported back on June 1, 1939. The Minutes of Proceedings and Evidence Respecting the Bank of Canada runs to 858 pages in 25 volumes, recording the proceedings of thirty sessions. Most of the content appears to have been generated through interrogation by members of the principal witness, Bank Governor Graham Towers.

Two Decades of Turbulence in Monetary Thought

The 1930s had been a period of exceptional popular interest in monetary policy. Not only was the Great Depression a potent motivator; groundwork for concern had been building on the inside and the outside of financial institutions since the end of the Great War. Economic impacts of the War stimulated the thinking not only of J.M. Keynes (Economic Consequences of the Peace, Treatise on Money, and finally The General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money) but also of C.H. Douglas, founder of Social Credit, who made extensive appearances as expert witness in this same House of Commons Committee in 1923 and in a committee of the Alberta legislature in 1934. Meanwhile, Graham Towers was on a fast track of learning and influence within Canadian and international banking circles, with a special interest in the purposes and functions of central banking. The Great Depression intensified a focus on monetary issues that had been building since the post-war depression. And one of those captivated by the subject was Gerald McGeer of Vancouver, who was elected as a Liberal MP in 1935. As a BC legislator and mayor of Vancouver he had already associated himself prominently with monetary and banking issues, notably with a critique of the Royal Commission on Banking and Currency in 1933, headed by Lord MacMillan to address the Depression conditions and particularly the advisability of a central bank. By the time he was sent to Ottawa as an MP, McGeer had completed a book on monetary policy, The Conquest of Poverty, that became instantaneously influential among monetary reformers in English-speaking countries, not under McGeers own name but rather as words attributed to Abraham Lincoln. (This confusion has been explained previously in issues of ER.) Given this context, the rather electric quality of the Proceedings should be no surprise. (And the moment passed. Within a few months Canada was at war, an election had increased the governments majority, the Social Credit presence had shrunk to 10 MPs, and a commitment to fiscal policies to maintain full employment had taken the wind out of monetary reform.)

Fishing for Concessions

The expert witnesses were Graham Towers and Clifford Clark, Deputy Minister of Finance. Most of the content of the minutes is the grilling of Towers by committee members, the most aggressive of which were McGeer and a couple of Social Crediters. Towers appears to have been present to answer questions through the whole of it, as was Clifford Clark for most of it. The Minister, Charles Dunning was also present on many occasions.

As the first witness, Clark provided descriptive and quantitative details about the Canadian currency and its development in decades prior to 1935. That didn’t take long, and then Towers took the chair to explain the field of credit and the role of banks and banking. It is my impression from having read about half of the minutes (painfully, on poor quality microfiche) that they should be made accessible more widely as a virtual textbook of money and banking fundamentals as they used to be. I went to the National Archives to consult these Proceedings in order to verify some statements attributed elsewhere to Towers. I did find them, and noticed that they had been elicited by a Social Credit member and by McGeer, as follows:

Page 223

Question from Landeryou (SC from Lethbridge):

Ninety-five percent of all our volume of business is being done with what we call exchange of bank deposits that is, simply book-keeping entries in banks against which people write cheques?”

Towers: “I think that is a fair statement.”

Page 285

Question from McGeer: “When you allow the merchant banking system to issue bank deposits with the practice of using cheques you virtually allow the banks to issue an effective substitute for money, do you not?”

Towers: “The bank deposits are actually money in that sense.”

Page 287

Question from McGeer: “But there is no question about it, that banks create that medium of exchange?” [i.e., bank deposits]

Towers: “That is right. That is what they are for.”

McGeer: “And they issue that medium of exchange when they purchase securities or make loans?”

Towers: “That is the banking business, just in the way that a steel plant makes steel.”

One of the infrequently heard members observes on p. 400 that “McGeer and the social credit people are circling around debt-free money.” McGeer affirmed that his purpose was to persuade the Committee that there is a costless (or at least lower cost) way of mustering the money (finance) to get men and materials into operation for important productive activities. (Towers freely acknowledged that although an “easy monetary policy” had been in place for several years, there was still plenty of under-employed labor and materials. He defined “easy money” as no need to impose bank rate restrictions or cash reserve requirements on banks they had plenty.) McGeer kept returning nonetheless to this question: Why should a government with the power to create money give that power away to a private monopoly? And especially, why should it then borrow from the banks and pay interest? Towers response: “Parliament can change the way the banking system operates if it wishes to do so.”1

The Unwavering Tower

The physical difficulties of reading the microfiche version of the Proceedings prompted me to consult the biography of Graham Towers, commissioned to celebrate his contribution as the fiftieth anniversary of the Bank approached. The author, Douglas Fullerton, was a well-established Ottawa figure who had worked directly with Towers in non-Bank contexts, and he was given access to Bank staff and records for research on the book. The tone of quoted passages from his book is fully consistent with what I heard of Towers from senior officers who had worked under him, when I was an employee of the Bank in 1965 and 66. And comments about the performance of both Towers and McGeer are supported by my own impressions from the 1939 hearings before I had opened the biography.

From Graham Towers and His Times (Toronto: McClelland and Stewart, 1986), pages 88 to 93: “The depression broadened interest in central banking among students and businessmen, and the number of the initiated gradually increased. Canada’s continuing economic troubles also created a new group that was skeptical about all aspects of the conventional approach to money creation. As Towers noted in a speech to Queens University students, the phrase “sound money” came to be almost a form of reproach. In 1939 he appeared before the Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, which had a principal goal of educating members of Parliament and the public about the Bank. In his appearances before the committee, Towers was soon drawn into battle with monetary dissidents and self-styled reformers, particularly those of the Social Credit persuasion.

“Bruce Hutchison describes the scene vividly in The Far Side of the Street. Gerald McGeer had begun as “an ignorant boilermaker” but made himself “a Kings Council, a Biblical soothsayer, a scourge of Canadian politics, a piercing thorn in Mackenzie Kings side.” Hutchison says McGeer “stumbled by accident on the science of money. Inflamed by the discovery, he perfected a fool-proof monetary system of his own”. Hutchison’s own “economic illiteracy” led him to become an “unpaid press agent and traveling companion” to McGeer “a third-rate Boswell to a second-rate Johnson.” As soon as [McGeer] arrived in Ottawa, he made himself a pest about monetary matters. He filled the pages of hearings on banking with his unorthodox monetary views; he cross-examined all the witnesses, and often tied them in knots. That is, until 1939, when he confronted Graham Towers. As Hutchison noted: Hour after hour, day after day, [Towers] answered Gerry [McGeer], the prosecutor, in such perfect diction that it could have been published verbatim as a book. Gerry used his blustering questions like a club. Towers thrusts were delivered with a rapier. A western giant and an eastern giant-killer had met in death grapple while the committee watched in admiring stupefaction but without comprehension.

“In 1949, F.C. Mears of the Montreal Gazette had this to say: [Graham Towers] parliamentary performances wont be forgotten. The times he has appeared before the banking committees of House and Senate, always in an atmosphere heavily charged with political controversy, if not acrimony, the Governor of the Bank of Canada has been exceedingly effective. Back in 1939, when the Bank of Canada was only four years old, he was obliged not only to explain but also actually to defend the institution. The rapid fire of questions and answers on fairly intricate monetary questions, the magnitude of the issues involved, and the prominence of the man on the stand, made it mighty hard for party whips to hold a quorum in the House. Towers could never be trapped into exhibiting heat, could never be caught off base. At the same time he had to be nimble and quick, for there were legislators who had done a lot of homework on the banking problems. There was dignity, there was an apparently inexhaustible resourcefulness, a flash of good humour when the moment required it, sometimes the measured reply, never a retreat. The long duration of these appearances, the wide variation in the quality of the questioning, the repetitiveness in the answers, and the perennially difficult problem of dealing with half-truths and misconceptions required enormous concentration and patience. What helped sustain him was his recognition that most of the questioning was inspired by the governments failure to deal satisfactorily with the problems of the depression. An even stronger motivation for standing up under extended parliamentary committee fire without bridling was Towers compulsive drive to straighten out his questioners, to tell the truth as he saw it, to counter charges with the best arguments he could muster. He accepted this task as almost a holy commitment. He worked at it; if his replies were to have an impact, then they had to be simple and clear and without holes. It was Towers the educator at his best.”

Towers principal response, in my reading thus far, to the complaint that a government with sovereign power of monetary policy should have given it to a private monopoly, was that banks didn’t simply have a key to the candy store. He continually stressed that when banks create deposits they are creating a liability for themselves which they then have to protect themselves against in some way. The promissory note of the borrower is only part of it; they buy other assets as well, using cash from depositors and credits transferred from other institutions. As a veteran British banker and theorist put it recently, banks create money for their customers, not for themselves.


1. This point is expressly confirmed in the Constitution Act, which may be read in full at: Constitution Act http://laws.justice.gc.ca/en/Const/1.html

Paragraph 91 under section VI on the distribution of legislative powers includes the following provisions: [T]he exclusive Legislative Authority of the Parliament of Canada extends to all Matters coming within the Classes of Subjects next hereinafter enumerated; that is to say(14) Currency and Coinage; (15) Banking, Incorporation of Banks, and the Issue of Paper Money; (16) Savings Banks; (17) Weights and Measures; (18) Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes; (19) Interest; (20) Legal Tender. (29) Such Classes of Subjects as are expressly excepted in the Enumeration of the Classes of Subjects by this Act assigned exclusively to the Legislatures of the Provinces.

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Treatise # 5c…Rights and Responsibilities of the Parties to the Birth Certificate

Who is responsible for the Name on the Birth Certificate?

Based on the evidence available through a cursory review of the Birth Certificate (hereinafter “BC”), there are only two parties to the “BC”.  First there is the recipient (hereinafter “Recipient”) of the “BC” and secondly, there is the issuer (hereinafter “Issuer”) of the “BC”.

The “Recipient”, by virtue of being issued and entrusted with the “BC”, is entitled to use the name appearing thereon in commerce.  This is so and needs no further explanation because everyone in Canada is doing so.

When people open a bank account for example, they must do so in the name appearing on the “BC”.  Having attempted to open a bank account in another name, I can assure you, it cannot be done and the banks have been very emphatic about this fact.

Therefore, it becomes extremely important to know who holds the rights and responsibilities in and for the name appearing on the “BC”.

Is it the “Recipient” or is it the “Issuer”, the only two parties to the “BC” as far as can be determined from the evidence (the “BC”).

I am now going to describe something that may seem a little “off the wall” to some of you or it may even sound really bizarre.  I tell you this because I want you to make a special effort to actually try to truly understand what I am about to say.

If you realize the truth of what I am about to say, it will, I guarantee you, change your life.  You will never look at this world in the same way again.  However, if you do not “get it” then you will simply think I am some sort of nut case, just as many felt about the teachings of Jesus Christ some two thousand years ago.

So let me begin.

All of you believe that the system, or this world, or the country, or whatever you may view as appropriate, creates all things that form part of what is commonly referred to as the “economy”.

However, it may surprise you to learn that human labour, when attached to natural resources, creates everything that has been or ever will be created on this planet.

For example, what it takes to build a ship, is work (labour) and natural resources such as trees, or maybe steel as applicable, but let’s stick with wood or trees because it is much easier to see the connection with the natural resources given to us by our Creator.

Oh, you may say that machinery does much of the work in an attempt to prove that what I have said is not true.  But you would, in my opinion, be attempting only to prove me wrong instead of trying to truly understand what I am trying to teach you here.

The machines you see, have been created by attaching human labour to natural resources in the same way it has always been, and always will be, done.  Nothing changes.  Human labour attached to natural resources creates everything for our use in this human experience.

Please get that before we move on here!

I want you to truly understand that it takes only human labour and natural resources to create everything that is created or ever will be created on this planet for our human evolution.

Looked at another way; tomorrow as everyone who works (attaches human labour to natural resources) awakens and does as he/she has done in the past, the grocery stores will be filled with groceries, the car stores will be filled with cars, the computer stores will be filled with computers, the electricity will be delivered, the gasoline stations will continue to pump gasoline.  You get the picture I am certain.

Now let me ask you a question.

Where did money become a necessary ingredient in all of what I have described?

I am certain the first thing you are going to say is that money is necessary to pay for all the things and the production I have described.  But why is that?

I say again, Why is that?

I realize that we may be somewhat reluctant to admit that we have been fooled into believing that money is necessary and many of us will simply and without thought, argue that it is necessary, simply and only, because we have been programmed to believe it.

Money cannot create anything, so why is it necessary.

Well it is only, and I mean ONLY, necessary because we love it!!  Added to this is the fact that we have been programmed to believe that we must have it in our society.

I have a friend who is very intelligent.  He has spent hundreds of days in court and writes some of the best court documents I have ever seen.

Yet he argues and firmly believes that without money, and he does indeed know how the money system works, people would not go to work and would instead, take more than they need and greed and lack of production would abound.

I disagree because everyone should understand one simple fact, if we do not work, then there will be nothing for us to use and consume.  Nothing can be more simple than that.

So, once we stop demanding money for our labour, everything becomes free to us all and the only people that this negatively affects, are the bankers, who create our money supply out of nothing, loan it to us at interest, thus creating a mathematical impossibility of repaying the borrowed money with interest added which is never created.

At this point, please allow me to explain very, very briefly, because it would take a whole book to do this subject justice, how the “debt” based monetary system we have works.

The term “debt” is a dead giveaway and should alert you to the insanity of such a system.  Why would money be debt?  Should it not simply be money?  Even if were painted up pieces of paper, why should they represent debt?

However, let me explain it as best I can in such a short amount of space I have here.

All money in Canada today is borrowed from the banks.  If money is not borrowed from the banks by government, corporations or the people, then there is no money, at least under the present monetary system.

That is precisely why our money is referred to as “debt currency”; we have to borrow it from the banks, either local Chartered Banks, or International Banks, such as the Bank of International Settlements (“BIS”), the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund (“IMF”), or others.

This type of “debt currency” is neither moral nor constitutional.  The Constitution Act, 1982 gives the power to create Canada’s money supply to the federal government.

The banks have that power by default and/or possibly by law and are creating counterfeit currency, aided and abetted by the federal government.

Let me explain it to you so you will clearly be able to see the unnecessary burdens being placed upon you by such a fraudulent and unconstitutional money system.

Remember, all things such as borrowing to invest in order to earn a profit, etc., all takes place inside the jar (explained below).  The purpose of this example is to simply let you know how the current debt based monetary system works on a country wide basis.

Take a jar and place 10 pennies inside the jar.  Assume that these 10 pennies represent the entire money supply of the country, remembering that all this money is borrowed from the banks and must be repaid at interest.

It would be difficult enough to simply have to repay our money supply, let alone to repay it at interest.

To have to do so, creates a mathematical impossibility for the people and as a result, the bankers literally get to own everything the people produce (theft through government laws).

And if that was not bad enough, the borrower is servant to the lender and the banks, as Creditor, require governments to create the laws that they desire, all of which are to the detriment of the people.

I say that because if there is a winner, there must be a loser!  The banks are winners, and you (we) must be the loser(s).

Now, assume the first interest payment is due on the borrowed money supply and you remove one penny from the jar (assume the interest rate is 10%) and give it to the bankers.

Immediately, you should be able to determine that you are now faced with the mathematical impossibility of repaying the 10 pennies of borrowed money with only 9 pennies left.

This is our money system and it should not be so and is not even permitted under the Constitution Act, 1982.

If we did not love money we would not ask for it in return for our labour, a gift from our creator just like the natural resources are a gift from our creator.

And if we did not ask for money in return for our labour, then everything would be free to all of us!

And now that you hopefully gained a little insight into the evils of the present monetary system, you all ought to be determined to never use it again and since there is no other kind of money available in Canada, we must exchange our labour for it, or work for free.

It is the only way we can free ourselves from the clutches of the bankers because government will never introduce debt free money into our society for obvious reasons.

JFK tried to do exactly that and our government officials are well aware of that fact and what happened to JFK as a result.

Can you understand what I have explained so far?

The natural resources are free, are they not?  God, or whoever you think created it all, did not ask for money, so the natural resources are free.  All we have to do is provide our labour free of charge and voila! – everything is free to all of us.

It then becomes necessary only to go pick up everything we need at the grocery story, the car store, the computer store, etc.

Does the Bible not say that the love of money is the root of all evil?  Well, hopefully you are now getting a glimpse of why that is.

I do not know of any other way I can describe what I want you to understand here.  So, if you still disagree with what I have said, then read it again and see if you can “get it”.  Until you do, there is no point in moving on.

I realize that we cannot simply jump from a society that loves and uses money to a society that does not use money.  At least it cannot be done over night.

The first thing that must happen is that people must awaken to many things beginning with the fact that the burdens of the present system, which is simply a system of commerce overlaying the system I described of attaching human labour to natural resources to create everything, are totally unnecessary and a product of our love of money and nothing else.

Can we function without money?  Of course we can and until we come to that understanding and stop exchanging our labour for money and give our labour freely instead, then we can never expect to freely receive of the abundance that is ours as an inheritance from our heavenly Father (or whomever it is that you believe created all of this), the earth and the fullness thereof.

How did it happen that we started to believe in and use money?

Well, I believe I can explain that in a way you can understand it.

Here is how it happened.

The use of money has been ongoing for thousands of years.  How it began is only conjecture at this point but it certainly was somehow related to the greed, desire for control and theft that exists in those who create the money supply and loan it to the people at interest (usury).

We would, I presume, agree that Canada is not a country made up of slaves.

More to the point, we can agree, I presume, that the government of Canada and the various provincial governments, did not, and presently do not, have any intention of making the people in the country slaves, by deception or otherwise, through law.

But how were we deceived into believing that this present system of commerce, with its foundation of money, is necessary?

Well, it begins like this.

The government, via statute, requires the submission of certain facts incident to the birth of every child born in Canada.

We must agree then, that the only way, absent slavery, that the men and women of Canada can be subject to government statutes (laws), since they are free, is by their informed consent.

The information (facts) gathered via statute (Vital Statistics Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. V.4, hereinafter, “the Act”) is registered, without the consent or knowledge of the parents.  The government may argue that ignorance of the law is no excuse and if the parents had simply read the Vital Statistics Act they would have known that the birth registration document was to be registered.

Very well, then, I guess that explains it!  I disagree, this is deceitful and people should not be expected to be lawyers in order to operate their daily lives.

Amongst the facts gathered regarding the birth of a child, via a form approved under “the Act”, is the given names of the child, along with the family or clan name, referred to as the Surname.

The government tells us that the form, a.k.a. the birth registration document (hereinafter “SOB”), is definitive legal proof that the parents gave the child the names appearing thereon.  Further, the parents’ signature on that form is proof of their intention.

Every man and woman in Canada is, at some point, urged to apply for and will be issued a “BC” or extract of the information on the “SOB”, containing amongst other things, the names (given and surname) of the child but referred to on the “BC” simply as Name.  This name appearing on the “BC” is known as the legal name.  Legal meaning “according to law”.

At this point the government which has done all of this, including establishing all statutes to effect and administer a system of commerce, based upon the foundation of money, knows that a man or woman does not require a “BC”, and is not required to become part of this system of commerce in order to access his inheritance (the earth and the fullness thereof).

The government knows, but failed to inform the people of this fact.

More to the point, the government knows that it is not the intent of the law that people acquire a “BC” and use it as personal identification.  If the “BC” is not to be used to identify me, the “Recipient”, then, I would suggest, I cannot be held liable for the legal name appearing thereon.

However, since there are only two parties to the “BC” then it must be the intent of government that the “Issuer” of the “BC” be held liable for the financial, legal and other obligations of the legal name.

If a policeman discovers that a highway bridge covering a thousand foot canyon has collapsed and watches as driver after driver passes by hurtling towards that bridge and does not warn them that the bridge is out, then that policeman is criminally liable for the carnage that may ensue.

Likewise, the government, who did not warn us as they observe the people use the “BC” as personal identification, thereby assuming all the burdens attached to the legal name, burdens that they, the government, intended to bear, then the government is as culpable as the aforementioned policeman.

The government does not intend that the “BC” be used as personal identification, but again, does not inform the people, as the government of Britain does by including a warning right on the “BC” they issue.

The legal name is the only thing recognized in law.  Men and women are not recognized in law.

If the law applied to men and women, and not just to the legal name, then the government would be a slave master.

Under any circumstances, absent consent, the execution of laws (statutes) against free men and women would constitute slavery.

It is very important at this point to understand that statutes apply to the legal names and not men and women, at least they do not apply to men and women, without their informed consent.

If, however, the men and women were to use the “BC” and the name appearing thereon, as personal identification, they would essentially change their status from man to legal fiction.

As one who is acting as a legal fiction as created by government then government has control since it, the legal fiction, is their very own creation.

In that case, the government would be the master and the man would be servant since he is playing the part of a legal fiction, the name on the “BC”.  Then, all government laws would apply to the servant (subject/slave).

Remember what Shakespeare said about the world being a stage and we just actors upon it?

Thus we become slaves or citizens to whom the government laws apply including the use of money and buying and selling a commercial activity that is absolutely unnecessary.

You will understand this if you understand that the only thing required to create everything that is created and delivered to the Storehouses (grocery stores, computer stores, etc.) so there will be plenty for everyone, is to attach human labour to the abundance of natural resources available on this planet.

At this point it is imperative to understand that, although government did not write into law, the compulsion that man should use the “BC” as personal identification, thus subjecting himself to government laws, effectively making himself a slave, it did not discourage it, and in fact, encouraged it.

As one example, government and its agents, police in particular, enforce the highway traffic act and force man to use the “BC” to obtain a Driver’s License, without which, if stopped while traveling without one in an automobile, a man will be treated as a criminal.

Therefore, instead of recognizing man’s right to travel without government issued Driver’s License and such, the government is actually forcing the subjugation of the people in Canada (i.e. the people living on the land recognized in law as the geographical area of Canada) to the government and its laws by forcing the use of the “BC” as personal identification.

Remember there is no law that requires that the “BC” be used as personal identification to identify the recipient thereof and for any government agent to do so, is to do something without support of law, essentially taking the law into their own hands.

At this point, understanding the foregoing, one would expect that if man comes to a realization of who he really is, man and not a legal fiction (the name on the “BC”) and informs government of same, then there should be zero resistance from government to the exit of that man from the system of commerce.

Participation in this system of commerce brings with it myriad burdens resulting from the requirement to exchange ones labour for money, the vast majority of which goes to government in the form of taxation, licenses and fees, etc., in order to purchase what is already his by inheritance – the earth and the fullness (including production) thereof.

However, that is not the case.  We are meeting all kinds of resistance.

There are only two reasons that come to mind for this.  First, is ignorance.  Second, the government (agents) are intent upon continuing its master/servant relationship with the people of Canada.

The first reason is the most likely explanation because the second results in slavery.

I believe that when government set up the system of commerce, it never intended that people should use the “BC” as personal identification and thus enslave themselves, but it intended instead, that it, government, should bear all the burdens of the legal name which result from its use in commerce, even though used by the “Recipient”.

I believe that government may be God’s Trustee on earth.  Everything that exists and is created by man is legally owned by government either directly (such as Crown land for example) or indirectly by registration in a name (legal name) that government holds the legal rights and liabilities in.

Man simply has the use of the things that he needs and that is perfectly O.K. by me.  I cannot own it anyway, since all things are owned by God.

It is only in law, or the system of commerce, that government owns all things.  In other words, there is real ownership (by God) and fictional ownership (by government, in law)

If man did indeed use the “BC” to enslave himself to government (come under the tutelage of the governing authorities), then it would simply fulfill the prophecy of the Bible contained at Galatians 4:1-11.

Until man realizes that he is indeed God (imbued with the spirit of love, which is God, pursuant to the Bible) and becomes love, government may be reluctant to allow man to exit the system and become free.

One reason could be that until man is prepared to love his fellow man as himself, he is likely as not, to kill his neighbour.

If this is not the case and if government does not let the people go when they wish to go, then the government is practicing SLAVERY!!!!

The key here is to recognize who has the rights and responsibilities for the name on the “BC”.  If we cannot agree that it is the “Issuer” then we must have the courts declare who has the legal rights and responsibilities for the legal name.

Once that determination is made, we will know once and for all who bears the responsibility for the financial, legal and other obligations of the legal name and I am suggesting it is the “Issuer” of the “BC”, the government.

Then, living as man, we can finally freely access our inheritance, the earth and the fullness thereof.

Maybe you do not realize the significance of what I have been saying here.

If the government, as is the intent of the law it would appear, is responsible for the financial, legal and other obligations of the legal name, then the law does not apply to man.

We will not be required to have a Driver’s License, we will not have to pay for things we need and want and will not have to involve ourselves in the commercial activity of buying and selling.

What this means is that the system of commerce will effectively be removed from our lives and we will have free access to our inheritance, the way God intended.

In fact, the Bible in Revelation 18:4 urges us to come out of her (I believe “her” refers to the system of commerce and if one reads that entire Chapter, that fact will become obvious) lest we share in her iniquities.

However, just remember this, we cannot get there until we become responsible and realize that just because man’s law does not apply to us, it does not mean we can harm our neighbour.  On the contrary, we are to love our neighbour as ourselves and bringing harm to someone we love is inconceivable and repugnant.

Additionally, we must understand that if we do not work and create things, there will not be any things available to any of us.

The thing that will change is that we will, eventually, be labouring at things we all love to do.  This will create better products and a happier and healthier people.

But this one thing I know, I do not hold the rights in the “BC” or the legal name appearing thereon.  Therefore, I cannot have the liabilities either.

Having said that, I am reminded that I keep telling everyone I KNOW nothing, because it is true.  I have knowledge and beliefs, but I KNOW nothing.

What I really mean is that I believe strongly that I do not hold the legal rights because the government has stated in writing that the government holds the legal title in all birth certificates.  If they hold the legal title then they also have the obligations according to law.

But as a friend pointed out to me, I will only know the truth of that when a court rules that it is so, and we are on our way to court as I write this.

If you have not gotten the gist of this treatise yet, then let me tell you plainly that the contents are speaking to freedom.  There is nothing more precious to man than freedom.  Men and women have died by the millions throughout human history for just this very thing – FREEDOM!

Some may have died in vain at the behest of greedy bankers and politicians, but in their minds, they were fighting for Freedom.

Let me conclude by making this abundantly clear, I do not care about the past, I only care about the present and all I want is PEACE!

How about you?

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(PS… if you live elsewhere in the world you may wish to consider applying the information from your area that corresponds with the information shared here…JUST FOOD FOR THOUGHT)

Education On Debt-currency and Interest

Hi Folks,

The Minister of Finance’s request for suggestions to improve Canada ’s financial system, has generated much dialogue on and off the Internet.  By the way, the e-mail address for submission of suggestions on how to improve the financial system is, finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca

Some of this dialogue has come to my attention and there appears to be some confusion as to what is meant by debt-currency and how interest impacts and is related to, debt-currency.

It appears that everyone is aware of the fact that Canada , and most other countries on earth (with the possible exception of Iran and possible China ), suffers under a debt-currency monetary system.

The term debt-currency, the type of money we have in Canada , means that the money supply is borrowed, thus creating a debt or legal obligation to repay the money under certain terms and conditions as outlined in the contractual obligation executed by the lender and borrower.

That is precisely and the ONLY reason why the money is referred to as debt money or debt-currency.  Interest has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that our currency is referred to as debt-currency or why it must be paid back to the lender.

The interesting thing to note though, is that money can either be debt-currency or debt-free-currency, and the difference and the impact on the people who use the money is huge.

In the case of debt-currency 100% of the money supply, as in Canada , is borrowed into circulation, either by government, corporations or individual men and women.  This money comes with a legal obligation to repay it.

Therefore, immediately upon spending the borrowed money (debt-currency), the borrower has to commence an ongoing series of activities designed to reacquire the money, or that of others, with which to meet the obligation to repay the so-called loan, which is in fact, the licensed activity by the banks of actually issuing credit.  The thing to remember here, is that the credit the banks issue, is your credit.

Now there is an alternative to this debt-currency system and that is, obviously, debt-free-currency.

Why would anyone want debt-free-currency?  Well, because money is supposed to be a tool.  We are told that money is simply a medium of exchange, which enables the people to freely exchange their goods and services.

Well, the use of the term “freely” exchange their goods and services is a misnomer because, since the people have to borrow the money to do so, then neither the money, nor the activity is free.

The other reason we are convinced to use money is that it is a store of value.  Well, it is not, it is simply painted up pieces of paper and as in anything else that is paper or written on paper, it exists only on paper and in the minds of men.

Money has no real value, and it should not have, because it is supposed to be a tool for the people;  A means of exchanging their goods and services.

All wealth is created by the labour of mankind when attached to the natural resources surrounding them.  Money creates absolutely nothing.

Money is supposed to be a medium of exchanging that wealth, but it begs the question, why do we have to borrow it, why is it not provided to us freely, by the government for example.

Surprisingly, the federal government has indeed been given that power and authority by subsections 91((14), (15) and (20) (plus others) of the Constitution Act, 1982, but the government has given that power to the privately owned banks, which explains why we have to borrow our money thus making it debt-currency.

This places a terrible burden on the people and at the same time reaps much profit for the bankers.

When the money is paid back (returned) to the banks it may well be cancelled, I am not certain what actually happens to it, but much of it is never returned to the banks in satisfaction of the debt, because much of it is used to pay interest to the banks for the use of our own credit.

Remember, that the banks do not create money per se, the banks actually issue credit – the people’s credit.  They are licensed to do so and they are the only ones who can create money in our country at the present time.  I actually believe that the government cannot exercise its constitutional powers to create money since they have forfeited that power in favour of the banks.

However, that is not important in understanding the difference between debt-currency and debt-free-currency and what part interest plays in our monetary system.

The difference between debt-currency and debt-free-currency then, is simply that in the former instance, money is borrowed with the obligation of repaying it, while in the latter case, it is simply provided free of any obligation to the people, other than to spend it and if it is not spent, then it should be returned to source.

Under such a system of debt-free-money the only real purpose of money is to be spent and when it is not being spent it is not to be stored up in bank accounts and such, it should be returned to source for cancellation.  If and when we need more, we simply go to the bank and get some, after all it is issued based on our gilt-edged credit!

Why should the latter (debt-free-currency) be a benefit to the people and the former (debt-currency) be a burden?  Well, if you cannot see why, then I am unable to explain it better than I already have so I will not attempt a further explanation.

I will, however, explain what the impact of interest is on we the people and why it creates a mathematical impossibility which in itself, is illegal – the law cannot create an obligation to do the impossible!

The first question to ask, is “where does the interest come from”.

We all know that when we borrow money from the banks, the banks oblige us to pay them interest on that money (remember, banks issue credit, your credit, but it spends just like money so it is referred to as money).

But where does that interest come from?

Now, think about this before you read on and see if you can see why this present monetary system in Canada creates a mathematical impossibility for the people.  The interest must come from the money (debt-currency) that is borrowed from the banks!

Now think!!

Therefore, as we use some of our borrowed money to pay the interest, it immediately, even after the very first interest payment, leaves us with a shortage of cash with which to repay our debt obligations related to the borrowed money.

For example if the country has $1,000,000,000.00 in circulation, 100% of which has to be borrowed from the banks, the only source of money in the country, after the first interest payment, and let’s say interest is only .0000002% (an unrealistic proposition since interest is always 1% or much more), the first interest payment will be only $2.00.

Even with such a relatively small amount of interest, we now have the mathematical impossibility of repaying the entire debt and the banks can do whatever it is that their contract with us permits them to do, usually seizing some, or all, of our material wealth.

There you have it, the difference between debt-currency and debt-free-currency, the impact of interest and the impact of both on the people of this nation, since both make up the present monetary system in Canada, as well as most major countries on this planet.

This may be the reason that the Minister of Finance, James Flarherty has asked for suggestions to improve the financial system of this nation.

Maybe that it is why we should all give him our suggestions.

I would hope that your suggestion would be more realistic when birthed from the knowledge contained in this treatise.

I would like to conclude by quoting some of the members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce contained in the minutes of their March and May meetings of 1939.  Graham Towers was the Governor of the Bank of Canada at that time.

“It is absurd to say that our country can issue $30,000,000 in bonds and not $30,000,000 in currency. Both are promises to pay; but one promise fattens the usurer and the other helps the people”, and;

“It is the people who constitute the basis of government credit. Why then cannot the people have the benefit of their own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency, instead of the bankers  receiving the benefit of the people’s credit in interest bearing bonds?”, and

“Income taxes pay the interest to the bondholders”.

The following involves some intense grilling of Mr. Towers (also taken from the aforementioned minutes):

Q. But there is no question about it that banks create the medium of exchange?

Mr. Towers: That is right. That is what they are for... That is the Banking business, just in the same way that a steel plant makes steel. (p. 287)

The manufacturing process consists of making a pen-and-ink or typewriter entry on a card in a book. That is all. (pp. 76 and 238)

Each and every time a bank makes a loan (or purchases securities), new bank credit is created — new deposits — brand new money. (pp. 113 and 238)

Broadly speaking, all new money comes out of a Bank in the form of loans.

As loans are debts, then under the present system all money is debt. (p. 459)

Q. When $1,000,000 worth of bonds is presented (by the government) to the bank, a million dollars of new money or the equivalent is created?

Mr. Towers: Yes.

Q. Is it a fact that a million dollars of new money is created?

Mr. Towers: That is right.

Q. Now, the same thing holds true when the municipality or the province goes to the bank?

Mr. Towers: Or an individual borrower.

Q. Or when a private person goes to a bank?

Mr. Towers: Yes.
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Love & Peace of I,

Authored by: Wally

Debt-money Code Cracked

Hi all

The government has put out a request for suggestions to change the financial system.

Let us think about that.

We are currently on a debt money system and what can possibly be done to change that to something better working within the same standards as now?

In other words; I am sure that the minister of finance, treasury board etc, and others in government, know their business well, and what can anyone else offer that would improve on their knowledge. For what purpose would they seek suggestions to improve on their knowledge?

What has not been done that could improve on the current system other than going to interest free currency?

In other words, for what reason would the government request suggestions unless they are checking to know if we the people are awake.

I mean, how do you improve a debt money system? You don't, you change it to interest free, no debt, money.

More and more of us are catching on to what is going on here. The government cannot on its own, without us people, face that 'other force' out there mentioned a couple of times by the Committee(s).

This is why the suggestion of a class action is not to take that action but to give the government 'reason', and arm the government should there be a power out there that it fears.

No here is the kicker. Ponder this deeply because I am only going to write it once. SIT DOWN.

I think it is us they fear because I think that we are the bond holders. 😀 😛 😀 Ya have a good laugh when it sinks in. In fact go ahead and howl!

Ed Griffin in Creature from Jekyll Island; they will tax us to death if that is what it takes to pay us back. DO YOU GET THIS?

Pay us back. What is us, the basis of government credit, the source. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

They are borrowing from us and the interest is owed to us. Money comes into circulation 3 ways. Wages, salary, and DIVIDENDS.

Websters, dividend; includes sum or fund. The Treasury or Consolidated Revenue Fund (CRF). Wages and salary are the flaw by keeping it rather than letting it go to the Treasury, which if we did the money out of thin air, backed by our bond/pledge (done by government on the basis we are one and love each other) which is backed by our credit, our energy, and would be deposited into the fund to be dispersed as dividends to EVERY MAN (Acts 4:32 -5) ACCORDING TO HIS NEED. In other words, there are three ways to create money and we did not choose the ONE that only love knows. We all do what we do, employed (planting the seeds/ideas into factories), and the value is paid in terms of dollars and cents directly to OUR Treasury/CRF. It accumulates there and when someone needs money, it is taken from the CRF and GIVEN freely. Why freely = interest/debt free, because we gave freely. This is the way Father would have it.

The fear evolved over time. As things went on as they should not have, and got more out of hand, it evolved that it became necessary for the government to play stupid.

Think about it. We are the basis of all credit for without people nothing happens, and the Standing Committee confirms this. The funny thing about this we have looked every where for the answer but ourselves. hahahahahahahahaha! When we call upon an outsider for answers or solutions we empower that party. But, when we take the credit which is not to call upon an outsider, empowering ourselves, and take the action as we are with sending in the suggestion everywhere: We are now coming to actually see ourselves as the source of the reflection; the man in the mirror. In other words, one truly must come from a, I do not recognize your jurisdiction as over mine but the other way around. WE, not fictions, constitute God. The Constitution recognizes the supremacy of us, hahahahaha; hence we are the bond holder as a form of indemnification for the pledge by the government of our golden (gilt-edged) credit/ENERGY; but we have not spoken for ourselves but sought answers and solutions from outsiders. hahahahahahahaha!

So what I am saying is, by taking the action we are, in the manner we are, we are showing the government that we know who we are and we desire to work with you, and, we come in peace. Tis then, they, the system, need not fear us. That is why, in my view, we must let go of the past where the anger is and keep our eyes and hearts looking forward at a new desire. Love, unconditional giving. If we want free currency, we in the end, must accept that we are working for nothing, giving freely in terms of dollars and cents; but there would be no lack or want for anything. Greed is not where there is love.

More goes into the CRF than is paid out and it is all FREE ENERGY. Perpetual motion. In short, we cannot and will not have interest free currency so long as we want the money in our hands or bank accounts the way we do now. In shorter, you should not expect something for nothing. The SOB's (statement of birth) constitute the evidence of our golden existence and you could say it is that that forms the basis of the CRF. No matter where you are so to is your legal name. That name in my view is what connects you, your energy, to the CRF/treasury. In other words, our energy is meant to flow to the CRF through the legal name because without it, you do not exist on the record as a source of energy/credit.

It is us that the government fears and it is critical that we are at peace with it all so we exude peace so it fears us not. The agents shall have no others gods before them but the people. But the people have not stepped up to the plate as God so for the time being, only the legal name exists and it is powerless. And we wonder why the agents believe they have jurisdiction over us. Further, the banker is simply filling our shoes for the time being. All we need do is step into those shoes.

So if you have not yet been motivated to hammer the government and MP's etc etc, Bank of Canada, etc. etc. etc. and not bugging your friends to do the same and send out the suggestion, this information should be the motivating factor.

Go forth with peace and with love in your heart. Exude it so it passes by email, the suggestion, to the recipients.

I love you

The Crime of The Canadian Banking System

BILL ABRAM part-1/3

Over the past 4 years, the Canadian people have paid $137.4 billion in interest on money borrowed from private banks whereas the Bank of Canada could legally print the public's money into existence rather than borrowing it at interest. "They've paid out this huge sum because our government has failed to abide by the law." Abram, a retired high school teacher and activist on Vancouver Island, B.C., explicates the trick of fractional reserve banking.

Part 1-3

CANADA'S GREAT EXPERIMENT: 1935-1974 part-2/3

For nearly 40 years, Canada - the people of Canada - had control of their own currency! Imagine! They founded their own bank and issued their own currency with no debt obligations to banks. Taxes were low and debt was too. They got themselves out of the depression that had been induced by the international banking cartel in 1929. By 1934, through the driving force of one man -- Gerald Grattan McGeer, Mayor of Vancouver, B.C. -- Canada founded the Bank of Canada and they were on their way to debt-free recovery. Problem was, the Canadians, busy building their own country, didn't think about, weren't taught about, didn't fully know about what they had -- and they lost it to the banking cartel in 1974. A Bilderberg-banker plan to take it away from them and mire them back in deep debt, forcing them to sell off and privatize everything they'd accomplished in those healthy four decades. Canada's Great Experiment was over. But all isn't lost. The structure is still there and so is the Bank of Canada. Bill Abram tells the story, also, of Nobel-prize winner Mohammad Yunus's bank, which demonstrates "poverty is not caused by poor people; poverty is caused by the system." Hocus pocus malthusianism as practiced by the Bilderbergers and their minions is exposed by Yunus and Abram.

Part 2-3

GERALD GRATTAN McGEER part-3/3

Bill Abram remembers Gerald Grattan McGeer, a crusading labor lawyer representing the Vancouver Trades & Labour Council (Canada) who got a chance to interrogate and lecture the vaunted Lord MacMillan Banking Commission, sent over from England in depression years to fix things up. McGeer, who had done his homework, got bankers Graham Towers to admit, "If Parliament wants to change the form of operating the banking system, then certainly that is within the power of Parliament. So they did. Usury-free money for nearly 20 years: a nearly debt-free era of investment in the Commons, and the people of Canada.

Part 3-3

Suggestion To The Government of Canada

Dear Member of Parliament,

As you may or may not know, the government of Canada is taking suggestions on how to improve the financial system. Enclosed is our suggestion that has been forwarded to the email address where the suggestions are to be sent; finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca. We urge you to study it carefully since the suggestion is based in part on comments made by the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, 1939.

Dear Honourable Minister of Finance,

The following is a suggestion in response to an article in the Toronto Sun newspapers regarding the governments request for suggestions to improve the banking/financial system. The attachment contains the suggestion in French and English. In addition to the suggestion offered herein is this from the Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce; March 24, 1939 at page 394;

“Will you tell me why the government with power to create money should give that power away to a private monopoly and then borrow that which parliament can create itself back at interest to the point of national bankruptcy, because, if we cannot finance the things that are necessary it means that this nation cannot meet its current obligations”. “Why should a government with the power to create money borrow that money at interest?” Mr Towers, “Now, if parliament wants to change the form of operating the banking system, then certainly that is within the power of parliament”.

We think that the facts and evidence speak for themselves as to why the ship Canada and the people are floundering in debt and will continue to flounder until the ship sinks taking us all with her, unless the rules are changed. It is not our desire to pursue a class action suit but neither is it our desire to see the good ship Canada and the people suffer needlessly.

If you wish to discuss this further my contact particulars follow.

Thank you

(Insert your contact details here)

TO: Minister of Finance Canada (By mail and e-mail)

COPIED TO: All Members of Parliament (By e-mail only)

September 23, 2010

Dear Sir:

Re: Pending Class Action lawsuit for breach of duty, et al

The People v. the federal government/Crown

We are in the process of investigating and determining the propriety of launching a class-action lawsuit as captioned. However, we noticed an article in the Toronto Sun wherein the government is soliciting suggestions on how to improve the financial system and thought it prudent to make a suggestion and submit it to, finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.">finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.

We begin this letter with the following quotes from members of the House of Commons Standing Committee on Banking and Commerce, meeting in 1939;

“It is absurd to say that our country can issue $30,000,000 in bonds and not $30,000,000 in currency. Both are promises to pay; but one promise fattens the usurer and the other helps the people”, and;

“It is the people who constitute the basis of government credit. Why then cannot the people have the benefit of their own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency, instead of the bankers receiving
the benefit of the people’s credit in interest bearing bonds?”

“Income taxes pay the interest to the bondholders”.

Surely you are well aware that the interest payment obligation attached to the creation of money does not exist and of the inevitable consequences of having to pay back more money than was created.

We men and women did not come to this world to labour under a monetary system that fattens usurers at our expense, or be held as debtors, or to support absurdities, or to do nothing as our brothers and sisters and country suffer hopelessness because of a monetary system that, as it is, benefits and fattens the usurer (moneychanger/banker).

The people are the real producers of all wealth in the country and who constitute the basis of all government credit, so why should, do, we not benefit from our own gilt-edged credit by receiving non-interest bearing currency? We hereby give notice that we claim our credit and right to the benefit of it.

Does the government not have a responsibility to the people, those who empower it and who constitute the basis of government credit, first and foremost? The Prime Minister must think so when he stated in an article on the Foreign Affairs website, “The first duty of government is to protect its citizens.”

What is the government going to do about this? Is it the policy of the government, the elected, to allow this absurdity to continue – bleeding the people and business to death (debt) in order to fatten the usurer (bondholders), or is the government going to protect and help the people?

If we do not hear from you within 10 days we shall proceed with our planned class-action lawsuit.

Regards

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Cher député.

Comme vous le savez probablement, le gouvernement du Canada a demandé et reçoit des suggestions actuellement pour améliorer le système financier. Veuillez trouver ci-après la suggestion d’amélioration que nous avons fait parvenir à l’adresse courriel indiquée dans sa demande, soit finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.">finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.

Nous vous enjoignons de l’étudier attentivement car elle a été conçue, entre autres, à partir de quelques commentaires exprimés par le Comité permanent sur les banques et le commerce de la Chambre des communes, 1939.

Honorable Ministre des finances.

Veuillez trouver ci-joint notre suggestion en réponse à votre demande parue dans les journaux de septembre 2010 de vous faire parvenir des propositions pour améliorer le système bancaire/financier. Notre document vous propose notre suggestion en anglais et en français.

De plus, voici ce que proposait le Comité permanent sur les banques et le commerce en 1939, p.394.

“Pourquoi donc un gouvernement qui a le pouvoir de créer de l’argent emprunterait-il cet argent avec intérêts?”

M. Towers: “Maintenant, si le parlement veut changer la façon d’opérer le système bancaire, alors c’est certainement à l’intérieur de ses prérogatives de le faire.”.

À moins que les règles ne changent, que le bateau « Canada » et que le peuple soit empêtré dans les dettes et qu’il continuera de l’être jusqu’au naufrage nous emportant tous avec lui, nous apparaît évident. Les faits parlent d’eux mêmes. Nous ne voulons pas vraiment intenter une poursuite de type « class action ». Nous ne voulons pas non plus que le bateau « Canada » et le bon peuple continuent de souffrir inutilement.

Si vous voulez en discuter plus en profondeur, veuillez me contacter selon ces coordonnées.

Merci

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À : Ministre des Finances du Canada
Copie conforme à: Tous les membres du Parlement

23 septembre 2010

Monsieur

OBJET: Action collective en cours pour « manquement au devoir ».
Le peuple v. Le Gouvernement fédéral/ La Couronne.

Nous étions en train de nous renseigner pour déterminer s’il était opportun et approprié de lancer une action collective tel qu’énoncé en objet lorsque, par hasard, nous avons remarqué, dans le Toronto Sun, un article dans lequel le gouvernement sollicitait des suggestions sur la façon d’améliorer le système financier. Actuellement, il nous semble plus approprié et opportun de vous faire parvenir notre suggestion en vous la soumettant sur le site proposé finlegis(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)fin.gc.ca.

Nous commençons ce communiqué en citant quelques propos émis par des membres du Comité permanent sur les banques et le commerce de la Chambre des communes dans sa réunion de 1939.

Première citation:

“Il est absurde de dire que notre pays peut/ veut émettre $30,000,000 en obligations (bonds) plutôt que $30,000,000 en monnaie. Les deux constituent une promesse de paiement. La première toutefois engraisse les usuriers/banquiers alors que l’autre contribue à aider les gens/le peuple.”

Deuxième citation:

“Ce sont les gens/le peuple qui constituent la source de crédit du gouvernement. Pourquoi les gens ne pourraient-ils donc pas bénéficier de leur propre crédit en recevant une monnaie libre d’intérêts plutôt que d’en faire bénéficier les usuriers/banquiers par des obligations portant intérêts?”

Troisième citation:

“Les impôts paient les intérêts aux détenteurs d’obligations.”

Certes, vous êtes bien conscients que l’obligation de payer des intérêts inhérente à la création de monnaie n’existe pas. Elle entraîne même l’inévitable conséquence d’avoir à rembourser plus d’argent qu’il en est créé.

Nous, hommes et femmes, ne sommes pas venus en ce monde pour travailler sous un système monétaire qui engraisse, à nos frais et dépens, les banquiers/usuriers ou pour soutenir des absurdités ou pour rester à ne rien faire face au spectacle désolant de voir nos frères, nos sœurs et tout le pays sombrer dans le désespoir à cause d’un système monétaire qui, dans sa formule actuelle, engraisse les banquiers/ usuriers/ monnayeurs.

Le peuple est le véritable générateur de toutes les richesses dans le pays. Il constitue ainsi la source de tout le crédit monétaire dont dispose le gouvernement. Pourquoi alors ne pourrions-nous pas bénéficier de ce crédit dont nous sommes réellement la source et recevoir une monnaie libre d’intérêts?

La responsabilité première du gouvernement n’est-elle pas, d’abord et avant tout, envers le peuple, envers ceux qui lui donnent son pouvoir et qui constituent la source du crédit monétaire? Le Premier Ministre n’exprimait-il pas cette réalité lorsqu’il a déclaré dans un article paru sur le site Web des Affaires Étrangères, que « Le premier devoir du gouvernement est de protéger ses citoyens ».

Nous vous posons alors ces questions: Qu’est ce que le gouvernement entend faire à ce sujet? Sera-ce la politique des élus du gouvernement de permettre la continuité de cette absurdité – saigner le peuple et les commerces à blanc, les entraînant ainsi dans la mort (dette – death) afin d’engraisser les usuriers/ banquiers (obligataires/détenteurs de bonds)? Le gouvernement va-t-il plutôt accomplir son devoir et protéger/ aider le peuple?

Si nous ne recevons pas de réponse à ce communiqué dans les 10 jours, nous procéderons alors à la mise en œuvre de l’action collective que nous avons préparée.

Merci

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