a nation parts with the control of its currency and credit, it matters
not who makes the nations laws. Usury, once in control, will wreck any
nation. Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is
restored to government and recognized as its most sacred
responsibility, all talk of sovereignty of parliament and of democracy
is idle and futile.”
Prime Minister William Lyon
Mackenzie King, talking about the BANK OF CANADA in1935
is the beginning of the physical proof that CANADA BANK is a total
private corporation. See the attached file "Bell Local Directory -
Business pages - page 29, Canada Bank.jpg. If Central Bank is a public
institution own by federal government, it MUST BE NOT LISTED IN BUSINES
PAGES but ONLY in the government blue pages of the Bell Canada
51% second class non voting
actions ( B ) are detains by Minister of Finance of the Government of
49% first class actions ( A ) are
detains by the CANADA BANK cartel !
Minister of Finance has only a
consultative right on the council board of CANADA BANK !
GOVERNMENT OF CANADA HAS NO WORD
TO SAY ABOUT CANADA BANK GOVERNOR MONEY POLICIES !
CANADA BANK INC. MAKES ITS PRIVATE OWNERS (THE INTERNATIONAL BANKERS
CARTELS) WHEALTYER BY COLLECTING THE INCOME TAX ON THE LABOUR OF
CANADIAN PEOPLE !
* TO CREATE INFLATION OR DEFLATION, CANADA BANK
INC. HAVE ALWAYS PLAYED WITH THE VALUE OF OUR CURRENCY NOT BASED ON
GOLD BUT THIN AIR !
* FOR DECADES, THIS MONOPOLY GAME HAS CAUSE TREMENDOUS PAIN AND
SUFFERING TO THE PEOPLE OF CANADA !
IT IS TOTALLY FALSE TO SAY THAT, BY THE END OF WORLD WAR ONE IN 1918,
PRICES OF CANADIAN GOODS HAVE BEEN RAISED BY 50%, 75%, 100%, 500% OR
* CANADA BANK INK. PRINTED 45 BILLIONS DOLLARS, NOT ENOUGH TO REIMBURSE
THE PRINCIPAL THAT IS 600 BILLIONS DOLLARS DEBT.
* WITH THE AMOUNT OF MONEY STILL IN COMPUTERS, THERE IS 1000 BILLIONS
DOLLARS IN CANADA.
* IT IS TOTALLY FALSE TO SAY THAT CANADIAN PEOPLE WILL BE ABLE TO
REIMBURSE A 600 BILLIONS DOLLARS DEBT THAT DOES NOT EXIST !
* IT'S A FRAUD COMMITTED ON CANADIAN PEOPLE !
* GIVE BACK THE POWER TO THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT TO PRINT A PERMANENT
STABLE MONEY !
* IT IS HIS ABSOLUTE RIGHT GARANTEED BY CONSTITUTION OF 1867 !
only way to achieve this goal, it is by a personal awareness of the
situation and by an organised national civil pressure on the ELECTED
representatives. Federal government must take control of the currency
and credit, and print the Canadian money as it was before the CANADA
BANK act was adopted in 1934.
CONSTITUTION OF 1867 GIVES ONLY TO PROVINCES THE RIGHT TO ESTABLISH
INCOME TAX LAWS !
FEDERAL INCOME TAX ON MEN AND WOMEN LABOUR IS TOTALLY ILLEGAL !
the retreat of Province of Quebec of the Canadian Federation in 1968,
Quebec is no longer a Canadian province but a legal State that is not
suppose to be submit to Canadian laws.
CANADIAN INCOME TAX IS A FRAUD
COMMITTED ON THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF QUEBEC !
People of the State of Quebec must
quickly recognise this fact and ask politely to Canada to get out of
Canada's Federal Income Tax is
The constitution gives the Federal
Government the right to issue its own currency.
are excerpts from a paper that was delivered in October, 1991, by Mr.
Murray Gauvreau, of Alberta, at a seminar of the Canadian League of
Rights, in Calgary, which was published in the July, 1992 issue of "The
Canadian Intelligence Service" (55 - 8th Ave. S.E., High River ,
Alberta T1V 1E8):
by Murray Gauvreau
would like to talk with you today about money, interest, debt, and
taxation. Thank you for your interest and for coming to hear me speak.
I'm sure that all of you are interested in Imcome Tax, and the GST. I
will no doubt give you some enlightening facts. In order to fully
understand the problem that we face today in Canada, we will briefly
discuss some important aspects of our history.
addition, I will try to give you an understanding of how the many taxes
we now pay have come about. I will also propose some solutions to our
dilemma. But please keep this in mind: our problem is perceived to be
vast and complex, and it is intended by those in power that you feel
exactly that way, so that you will feel helpless to do anything about
it. But after today you will know for certain that our problem is not
complex at all, and neither is its solution.
1867 - the B.N.A. Act
a result of having taken advantage of the many career advancement
courses offered by the life insurance industry, I became aware that the
banks have exclusive right to issue currency in Canada, as determined
by the Federal Bank Act. But I didn't see them printing money, so I
decided to find out exactly how they do issue currency. My search led
me back into the early history of our nation, and into the history of
let's go back a ways, to the year 1867, and look into the pages of the
Canadian Constitution, commonly known as the British North America
(B.N.A.) Act. Therein lies the real solution to the ailments, both
social and economic, that our country suffers from today. It is the
same document today that it was when it was written so long ago.
B.N.A. Act was written in order to establish the legal basis for this
country. All laws enacted in Canada, whether by municipal, provincial,
or federal government, must comply with the terms of the B.N.A. Act. If
they do not, they are then unconstitutional, or in legal terms "ultra
vires," and can be disallowed as law. The document belongs to the
people of Canada, and not to the parliamentarians or the courts, or to
the Prime Minister and the Premiers... It belongs to the people.
Canadian Constitution was not changed or altered when it was brought
home by Mr. Trudeau, as some suggest. However, there was a very
important addition made to it at that time. That addition was the
Canadian Bill of Human Rights. Today the Canadian Constitution, as we
know it, is comprised of the original B.N.A. Act, and the Human Rights
Direct taxation belongs to
are two specific sections of the B.N.A. Act that deal with the
delegation of authority between the Federal and Provincial Governments.
Sections 91 and 92 deal with authority for various types of taxation,
who has authority to levy which taxes, and various other areas of
Act is very specific in its direction. The right to tax income, known
as "direct" tax, was delegated to the provinces; and it was clearly
indicated that any monies so raised must be raised provincially, and
used for provincial purposes. The Federal Government was denied the
right to levy income tax.
the Supreme Court of Canada goes further. It states that no level or
government is allowed to transfer its authority to another level of
government, and if transfer were attempted by one level, it could not
legally be accepted by another.
October 3, 1950, the Supreme Court of Canada handed down a decision in
the case involving the Lord Nelson Hotel of Halifax, Nova Scotia,
against the Attorneys-General of Nova Scotia and Canada. The case
involved the transfer of powers from the Provincial to the Federal
Government, and was directly related to the income Tax Act. In a
seven-judge unanimous decision, the highest court in our land ruled
that power transfers cannot legally take place. The Federal Government
was given until 1962 to remove itself from all such power-transfer
agreements, including the Income tax business, and scrap the Income Tax
the Federal Government has no constitutional right to engage in the
Income Tax business, or any other type of direct taxation, whether on
behalf of itself or on behalf of the provinces. Therefore, the Income
Tax Act is, in itself, unconstitutional, and need not to be obeyed...
The Federal Government can create
its own currency
is interesting to note that the same sections of the B.N.A. Act that
disallow the Federal Government the right to collect income tax, did
however provide for a means whereby the Federal Government could raise
capital. Sectons 91 (14, 15,16, 28, 29, and 20) give the Federal
Government the authority, and the responsibility, for the control and
issue of our currency, based upon the resources and wealth of the
nation. They were given an unlimited supply of debt-free money with
which to operate the contry. All they had to do was print it. And they
did just that for the first 46 years of our country.
Government gives banks credit
some 46 years after Confederation, in 1913, our parliamentarians were
poorly advised in committing a grave injustice to future generations of
Canadians by passing an amendment to the B.N.A. Act (without
referendum!) commonly known as the Bank Act. By this act, the Federal
Government gave to the banking system the sole right to create the
financial credit (in reality, the "money") of our nation. And for the
last 79 years, the private banking system has been exercising this
monopolistic prerogative of creating and controlling the Canadian
people's financial credit.
banks don't work for free... they charge "interest." They even charge
interest to the Government. And interest can never be repaid; it just
keeps adding up, and up, and up, until today our national debt alone is
approaching $600 billion.
Shipwrecked on an island
note: At this point of his speech, Mr. Gauvreau explains in detail the
same story related by Louis Even in "The Money Myth Exploded," formerly
called "Salvation Islan":)
assume that those of us here this afternoon are shipwreck survivors,
and that we are stranded on a deserted island. Our only means of
survival are to help each other by each doing those things that are
necessary for the betterment of our new community, until we can be
rescued. One of us becomes a farmer, one a fisherman, one a carpenter,
and so on.
of us has his own role to play for the survival of the community. No
one has any money, and at least for the time being, there is no need
for money, All are contributing equally, and all are on the same
economic level. We are satisfactorily exchanging our goods and services
by barter. But gradually, as the community evolves, it becomes apparent
that money will be necessary. Bob already has a house, and the
carpenter doesn't need another hundred pounds of fish. But we do need
to associate, cooperate, and continue to contribute to the community.
There needs to be an acceptable and equitable means of exchanging our
goods and services...
one day, as the community is sitting on the beach, talking about their
problem, we notice another raft approaching the island. All are happy
to see a new face, and we greet the new arrival warmly. As we continue
to talk, someone in the community tells the vew arrival about our
dilemma, about how we started the community, developed it, built it
through cooperation, and advanced to the point where we now need some
form of exchange to help make the community grow and flourish. The new
arrival's eyes light up. "I have the answer to your problem," says the
new arrival. "I'm a banker. I'll set to work right now to print you
next morning, the whole community meets in front of the banker's new
house. As the banker distributes the money, he reminds us that the
money belong to him, and that we do not "own" it, but that we can only
"borrow" it, and that we must pay a small fee for the privilege of
borriwing it. We can pay that at the end of the year. And he requests
that each person sign the agreement to pay 5%, which is certainly not
The debt cannot be paid back
first year goes by. The community functions and prospers during the
year; then at the end of the year we return to the banker, to pay him
back what we had borrowed. But we find, to our dismay, that we cannot
repay the loan, because we do not have enough money. We find that we
now owe all that we had borrowed, plus 5%, which is the interest. The
$1,000 that we had borrowed has now become $1,050. Since there is
obviously no way to pay back the $50, which is the interest, the banker
suggests that we leave the loan on the books as a $1,000, leaving a
lesser amount of $950 for each of us to operate on for the next year.
Seeing no other real answer, the community agrees to the new terms, and
attempts to operate with less money for another year.
the end of the second year, the community faces a similar, but greater,
problem. In buying down the loan, we find that our operating capital
has now been cut by 10%, to $900. We realize that if the plan is
allowed to continue, the banker will own the island, in its entirety,
having contributed nothing but the paper and ink (bookkeeping) that was
used to monetize the community's real credit in the first place. Some
of the islanders protest.
the banker has now had a couple of years to prepare for this day. To
counter the objection that is inevitable, he has taken evasive steps.
He has used the time to develop credibility in the community to educate
us as to how valuable his service is, and what a fine contribution he
has made to the community. He established colleges and universities
majoring in economics, and teaches our children and our educators all
about his money system. He ensures that few, if any, in the community
are aware that there is another way; and he encourages the community to
discount as ridiculous any suggestion that there could be a better way
to finance a community...
The solution: Social Credit
one day, one of the islanders decides to take a walk along the beach
and deliberate upon what has happened to the community. As he strolls
along, head down, thinking, he notices what appears to be the corner of
a book sticking out from the sand. He kneels, and picks up the book and
brushes it off. The title, though tarnished from time, wind, and tide,
is still readable - "The Meaning of Social Credit." The islanders had
never heard of this before, but he has not had a book to read for a
long time, so he sits down on the beach to read it. A nd as he reads,
he becomes more and more interested and excited. He realizes that this
book holds the real answers to his island's financial problem. The book
describes how a community can function very well by simply creating a
Balance Sheet, a system of debits and credits...
runs back to relate the exiting news of his discovery to the rest of
the community. As he gathers the islanders to discuss his find, the
banker watches with concern. Is his jug up? Has he been found out? Is
the community finally ready to take back its property, and reconstruct
it, and once again have prosperity and cooperation?
only you can answer these questions, because the island I talk about is
your country, and the community I refer to is all of us.
story paints a rather dismal picture of the banking system in our
country. Please understand, the average bank manager, teller or loans
officer, has absolutely no knowledge of what you have just learned.
They are merely pawns in a much larger game. But rest assured, those in
the upper levels of management in the finance industry are absolutely
certain of what they are doing, and how it affects the citizens of this
country... Any system that enslaves and controls a population in the
way that our finance system does, cannot possibly be from the Lord. So
there is only one other place it could come from...
Banks do not lend out depositors'
anybody here know where the banks get the money that they lend out?
Actually, most people assume that they lend out depositors' money. But
the Bank Act specifies that the bank must retain the depositor's money
on account, and must pay him interest on it.
So, where else might the bank get
Bank Act also specifies that the bank may create, out of nothing, new
credit ("money") through loans, but that it must have a relationship to
the deposits. Originally, the banks were allowed to lend out six times
their deposits, but today banks are allowed to issue new credit up to
26 times their deposits. That means that if I deposit my $1,000 in a
Canadian bank, then that bank can issue loans to the tune of $26,000...
Go to the bank, get a loan, and ask for the loan proceeds in cash. No
matter the size of the loan, you cannot get it in cash - it must be
deposited to your account, and cheques written in order to access the
money. No tangible money is ever created; only debits and credits
(figures) are created...
in Canada, the only source of money, whether private, corporate, or
governmental need, is a loan from a bank. But you can never borrow your
way out of debt. You can only borrow your way into bankruptcy, at which
time you turn your back on your assets and your hard work, and give up
possession of it to those to whom you owe money, but who gave
absolutely no vested interest in your property...
1917: the Federal Income Tax
that we understand that the national debt can never be fully repaid
using the current system of finance, the question arises: How, then,
does it get paid? In 1917, after finding out that the debt was
beginning to build, the Federal Government usurped the powers of the
provincial governments and, under the guise of the War Debt, instituted
the War Debt Income Tax Act. The Act was unconstitutional then, and it
is still unconstitutional today. When it was enacted, it was on a
voluntary basis, at a rate of 10%, and applied only to those earning
$10,000 or more per year. In 1917, the average yearly salary was about
Income Tax Act could have more appropriately been named the Bank
Interest Debt Income Tax Act; but then, people would have fought to the
death to keep it out of effect. Since that time, the Federal Government
has seen fit to increase the tax rate as high as 65% on high-income
individuals, and has also seen fit to remove the lower limits to the
point that, as you know, everyone is required to pay...
we have had the GST, which in my opinion is equaly as unconstitutional,
rammed down our throats by a group of MPs that brashly and boldly
declare that they are smarter than we are, and they know best...
Facing up to reality
Federal Government has gone so far away from the Constitution, in
nearly every area of jurisdiction, that it now conspires to change it
altogether. But that is not the solution. Getting back to the way it
was written is the solution...
one of us selects his mode and method of doing battles with oppressive
government. Some of us do it by speaking out... some of us join
non-party political groups, some of us pray, and most of us do nothing.
We have a condition called the "ostrich syndrome." If we ignore it and
don't look at it, it might go away! But remember this: if your head is
in the sand, your butt is an open target!
The Hart System: tax avoidance
Federal Income Tax is illegal
handle my fight personally using a system called the Hart System of
Effective Tax Avoidance. Gerry Hart passed avay recently in Winnipeg,
but not before becoming Canada's undisputed champion No. 1 tax fighter.
Mr. Hart for many years opted to take an aggressive and active position
against oppressive government, and he has not paid income tax in nearly
50 years. During that time, he has been imposed upon, charged,
harassed, his privacy invaded, and his person subjected to illegal
search. But he has never given an inch. He has been to the Manitoba
Court of Appeal 22 times, but has never lost.
1950 Gerry Hart received a copy of a Vancouver newspaper article which
reported on a recent ruling made by the Supreme Court of Canada. He
then requested a copy of the ruling itself, from the Supreme Court
Chancery in Ottawa. He also requested a copy of the B.N.A. Act, because
the ruling quoted various sections of that document. He found, just as
the newspaper had reported, that Section 91 and 92 of the B.N.A. Act do
not allow for the Federal Government to be in the Income Tax business.
two documents - the Supreme Court ruling and the B.N.A. Act - have been
the basis of his battle, and the only two cocuments he has needed. He
has never had the benefit of legal counsel, and has chosen to appear in
court by himself. His only evidence has been those two documents.
Charges against him have been thrown out of court 22 times. The last
time, some twelve or so years ago, Revenue Canada was told that if it
ever brought Gerry Hart back into court, that Revenue Canada itself
would be charged with contempt of court.
Hart has never been convicted under the Income Tax Act. As he says,
"Income Tax is illegal. Therefore the collection of it is also illegal.
Since Revenue Canada has no legal method of collecting income tax, they
must resort to illegal means." Those illegal means include harassment,
intimidation, illegal search, illegal seizure, violation of privacy,
extortion, coercion, and complete ignorance and contempt for the human
rights of Canadian citizens...
have various books and booklets available to help to educate on how to
prepare to stop paying these illegal taxes. If our "Tax Kit" can help
you to avoid several thousands of dollars of tax, it is certainly worth
its small investment. Be sure to protect yourself from Revenue Canada
before you get involved in this tax fight. Read the books, and find out
still have questions after you have read the books, then call me. I'll
try to help you. I have not paid income tax since 1978, and I have used
Gerry Hart's System of Effective Tax Avoidance. I know it works; I'm
and Gentlemen: I've talked for a long time. But I cannot overstress the
lateness of the hour. We all know what needs to be done, so let's get
busy and get to it!
State of Quebec recognise his sovereignty, this email still in
conformity with the Supreme Court of Canada judgement CSC 14.27704
dated on 2002/02/21
Isn't a JURISDIC FICTICIOUS
PERSON, a SOCIAL REASON or a COMMERCIAL ENTITY created by Government.
Jean-Paul Massie :
Living Man made of blood flesh and
bones and with a Soul created by Almighty God that is not to sell.
Ghis Imprisoned for Refusing to Endorse the
Fictitious Corporation LANCTOT GHISLAINE!
Bachant then read the indictment. Ghis asked him who this was referring
to: the corporation LANCTOT, GHISLAINE, or the woman with a body, a
soul and a spirit that she is. She is still waiting for an answer to
this question, as no judge has yet offered any. As Ghis objected to the
registration of any plea, the judge ordered the clerk of the court to
register a plea for non-guilt.'
As I have been saying for months ... what
is happening with the kangaroo-court 'Human Rights' system in Canada is
designed to be a blueprint for all - that's why it is so important to
constantly highlight its abuses ... and now comes this:
Vote on freedom of expression marks the end of
Universal Human Rights.
Roy W Brown
Geneva, 29 March 2008
'For the past eleven years the Organisation of the
Islamic Conference (OIC),
representing the 57 Islamic States, has been tightening its grip on the
throat of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Yesterday, they
finally killed it.With the support of their allies including China,
Russia and Cuba (none well-known for their defence of human rights) the
Islamic States succeeded in forcing through an amendment to a
resolution on Freedom of Expression that has turned the entire concept
on its head.
UN Special Rapporteur on Freedom of Expression will now be required to
report on the “abuse” of this most cherished freedom by anyone who, for
example, dares speak out against Sharia laws that require women to be
stoned to death for adultery or young men to be hanged for being gay,
or against the marriage of girls as young as nine, as in Iran.'
How ironic that Canada of all countries
says it was opposed to the change ................ (but then
didn't vote against it).
since its inception in June 2006, the Human Rights Council has failed
to condemn the most egregious examples of human rights abuse in the
Sudan, Byelorussia, Iran, Saudi Arabia, China and elsewhere, whilst
repeatedly condemning Israel and Israel alone.
years later Annan’s dream lies shattered, and the Human Rights Council
stands exposed as incapable of fulfilling its central role: the
promotion and protection of human rights. The Council died yesterday in
Geneva, and with it the Universal Declaration of Human Rights whose
60th anniversary we were actually celebrating this year.
has been a seismic shift in the balance of power in the UN system. For
over a decade the Islamic States have been flexing their muscles.
Yesterday they struck. There can no longer be any pretence that the
Human Rights Council can defend human rights. The moral leadership of
the UN system has moved from the States who created the UN in the
aftermath of the Second World War, committed to the concepts of
equality, individual freedom and the rule of law, to the Islamic
States, whose allegiance is to a narrow, medieval worldview defined
exclusively in terms of man’s duties towards Allah, and to their
fellow-travellers, the States who see their future economic and
political interests as being best served by their alliances with the
Yesterday’s attack by the Islamists, led by
Pakistan, had the subtlety of a thin-bladed knife slipped silently
under the ribs of the Human Rights Council.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights died
yesterday. Who knows when, or if, it can ever be revived.
used to wonder what States who felt it necessary to kill people because
they change their religion thought they were doing in the Human Rights
Council. Now I know.
The wafer-thin sham of an
international consensus on the promotion and protection of human rights
has finally been exposed for what it was – a sham. The fragmentation of
human rights now appears inevitable. The proposed Islamic Charter on
Human Rights (read “Duties towards Allah”) will certainly go ahead, as
will the creation of a parallel Islamic Council on Human Rights. But
the OIC will nevertheless continue to attend and dominate the UN Human
Rights Council, thereby ensuring its continuing emasculation and
descent into total irrelevance.
States who are
genuinely concerned with human rights should immediately withdraw from
the Council until such time as all member states as well as those
offering themselves for election agree to honour their pledges, and
undertake to expel any member state which, having been put on notice
regarding its human rights record, fails to put its house in order
within a reasonable timescale. Failing this, what better tribute to
Sergio de Mello could there be than to create an alternative
organisation – Kofi Annan’s organisation of the willing - whose members
agree to adopt Sergio de Mello’s guidelines and code of conduct – and
are actually held to account.