Only the small secrets need to be protected.

The big ones are kept secret by public incredulity.

- Pao Tongson

What I've discovered is the banks and the government have colluded

to financially enslave the people of Canada. Victoria Grant

government debt

Graham Towers, the first Governor of the Bank of Canada was asked:

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?

He replied,

If Parliament wants to change the form of operating the banking system,

then certainly that is within the power of Parliament.

Victoria Grant's observation that...

the banks and the government have colluded

to financially enslave the people of Canada

is evidenced as true.

Canada is to be collapsed as a 'failed state'

due to our unpayable national debt

and merged into a world government -

because our parliament chose to borrow at interest from private investors

rather than simply creating monies necessary

to facilitate government and business

for the people of Canada.

Our members of Parliament have for 50 years

lined the pockets of private investors

at a large financial disadvantage

to the people of Canada

and a great loss of Canadian sovereignty.

A government oppressed by "sovereign" debt is not really sovereign.

A sovereign government has the power to issue money

and need not go into debt at all. WEB of DEBT, July 1, 2016 - Ellen Brown

Justin Trudeau upped the ante by calling the truckers 'terrorists' -

time the truckers upped the ante -

Canadians have lined the pockets of private investors for 50 years

but now no more.

All deposit accounts at our Bank of Canada are to be closed immediately

and the Bank returned as the public utility

for which it was nationalized in 1938.

The Bank of Canada stopped being

a public utility when it began

accepting interest bearing deposits.

The Bank of Canada does not need to borrow

- accepting interest bearing deposits

is borrowing money.

The Bank became responsible to its depositors -

rather than simply being responsible

to the people of Canada as was the intent

when the bank was nationalised.

Bank of Canada Act Preamble

The Preamble begins with...

Whereas it is desirable to establish

a central bank in Canada to regulate

credit and currency

in the best interests of

the economic life of the nation...

Allowing the government to borrow

- at interest - to the point of national bankruptcy

when the Bank could lend

at zero or nominal interest

is the antithesis of the purpose

of the Bank of Canada

as described in the Preamble.

We cannot rely on our government

to manage the Bank of Canada

in our best interests.

We need to retake control of the Bank;

and return it to its original

function of funding government

at zero or minimal interest.

I suggest:

we divide the shares of the Bank

held by our government

so that each citizen has a share,

that these are the only shares,

that shares would have no face value,

could not be bought or sold,

could not be held as collateral,

are extinguished upon death.

Our share is our vote for a director

on the board of our Public Bank of Canada.

Each federal constituency would

elect a director to the board.

The Bank would fund all government spending

- putting money into circulation.

Presently our tax dollars

are used to pay interest

on money borrowed in past budgets.

When our Public Bank of Canada

creates money to pay our government's bills

there is no need for income tax...

rendering income tax


No income tax means

no tax on a person's labour.

"Labour" meaning...

work done for money

or other compensation

received in the present

or a future moment.

"Labour" is inclusive;

it includes all of us,

from minimum wage

to CEO...

Professor Richard Werner is

Chair in International Banking

at the University of Southampton,

Director of its Centre for Banking,

Finance and Sustainable Development,

Chairman of Local First Community Interest Company

and former advisor to the Bank of Japan.

In the following video

Professor Werner discusses

Japan's 'economic miracle'

in the post war years;

as well as the role of the Bank of Japan

in intentionally creating

an asset bubble -

with the desired outcome

of then crashing the bubble -

to make structural changes

to the economy.

Princes of The Yen.