Questioning Bank of Canada post-1974 policy: Astounding 12 y.o. Canadian speaking for her country to be ”free and cleared of debt-based economy”

Victoria Grant on Press For Truth TV (a 12 year old Canadian patriot)

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Via: prisonplanet.com
April 13, 2012

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”Meet Victoria Grant. When I first saw her speech online a few days ago I knew I wanted to interview this young intelligent Canadian. I gave her an idea of what my questions would be like and she prepared for the interview all on her own in a very short period of time. Victoria is a courageous young warrior for Truth and we can all learn from her example.” Press For Truth Continue reading

Ellen Brown: Imposing austerity on Canadians could have been avoided

”Why are governments paying private financiers to generate credit they could be issuing themselves, interest-free?”

Between 1939 and 1974, the government actually did borrow from its own central bank.  That made its debt effectively interest-free, since the government owned the bank and got the benefit of the interest.”

The difference is simply that a publicly-owned bank returns the interest to the government and the community, while a privately-owned bank siphons the interest into its capital account, to be re-invested at further interest, progressively drawing money out of the productive economy.”     
Ellen Brown

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Canadians challenge Central Bank in Court

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COURT CHALLENGE

Bank of Canada and Minister of Finance, Defendants

PRESS RELEASE

TORONTO, ON., CANADA- 19/12/2011

TWO CANADIANS AND A CANADIAN ECONOMIC THINK TANK CONFRONT THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL POWERS IN THE CANADIAN FEDERAL COURT.

THE CANADIANS PLEAD FOR DECLARATIONS THAT WOULD RESTORE THE USE OF THE BANK OF CANADA FOR THE BENEFIT OF CANADIANS AND REMOVE IT FROM THE CONTROL OF INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE ENTITIES WHOSE INTERESTS AND DIRECTIVES ARE PLACED ABOVE THE INTEREST OF CANADIANS AND THE PRIMACY OF THE CONSTITUTION OF CANADA

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Bankrupt Global Banking System Blowing Apart

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Stock prices of most of the biggest banks in the world
have plunged dramatically
since July 2007.

“Royal Bank of Scotland is down 96%,
Commerzbank is down 94%,
Societe Generale is down 84%,
Intesa Sanpaolo is off 74%,
and Santander is down 37%.
In the U.S.,
Citigroup has fallen 94%,
Bank of America 86%,
Morgan Stanley 78%,
Goldman Sachs 52%,
Morgan Chase 28%,
and Wells Fargo 23%.”

“The financial system is not only eating
nations and populations,
but also eating its own banks,
in a desperate attempt to survive.
” 
LaRouchePac
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