Tuesday, September 30, 2008

CHANGE Confronts Larry Silverstein

I love watching this lizard tense up and scurry off when he hears the truth! That fucker is going to be tried by the people soon.

Ed Asner's message to the 9/11 truth movement

Johnny Wave, US Marine, Member of 9/11 Truth

Johnny Wave faced a lot of pressure, including a threatened court marshall at one point. Includes comments from "Lou Grant" Ed Asner!

WeAreChange Confronts Douglas Feith

this video is great! I love to see this NWO scumbag being given just a taste of the fury and wrath that will be meted upon him and his kind in the coming days. There will be no place to hide. we know who they are. each and every one of them.

WeAreChangeVancouver 911.08 at the V.A.G.

Toronto 9/11 Truth confront Jack Layton

Sunday, September 28, 2008

U.S. Under Martial Law

I am not sure that this can be considered an official announcement. It sounds as if he is saying that congress is under martial law.

According to one poster on infowars.com, this term martial law can be used to expedite the vote on a bill in an emergency situation. It basically means that they must vote on the bill without being given any time to read it or properly debate it.

Sounds similar to how they passed the Patriot act and others.

Canadian Concentration Camps

Our Canadian friends tell us that virtually all Canadian military bases,
especially those north of the 50th Parallel, are all set up with concentration
camps. Not even half of these can be listed, but here are a few sites with the
massive land space to handle any population:
Suffield CFB - just north of Medicine Hat, less than 60 miles from the USA.
Primrose Lake Air Range - 70 miles northeast of Edmonton.
Wainwright CFB - halfway between Medicine Hat and Primrose Lake.
Ft. Nelson - Northernmost point on the BC Railway line.
Ft. McPherson - Very cold territory ~ NW Territories. Ft. Providence - Located
on Great Slave Lake. Halifax - Nova Scotia. Dept. of National Defense
reserve.... And others.

Crush the New World Order's Blog


Friday, September 26, 2008

Congressman Ron Paul on the Bailout

Cynthia McKinney "9/11 Truth & The 4 Trillion $ ?"1/4

Cynthia McKinney is one of the only members of congress that had the guts and integrity to ask questions about 9/11, the iraq war and the massive military and intelligence spending that have taken place as a result.

Cynthia McKinney Grills Donald Rumsfeld

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Ahmedinejad Rocks!

Iran's Ahmadinejad on Holocaust

Ahmadinejad Meeting With Anti-Zionist Jews

Let me be clear. I am not progenicide, anti-semitic or anything else. What i do love is someone who isn't afraid to use provocation to get people to discuss new ideas, reexamine old ones, or to look at authority and spit in its face.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

We Are Change UK Slaying NWO Ass!

The Truth About Rudy Ghouliani

WeAreChangeVancouver plans to confront Rudy Ghouliani about his involvement in the crimes of 9/11.

Who told Rudy Ghouliani that the world trade centers were going to collapse? Considering a steel and concrete building had never collapsed before due to fire in all of history, foreknowledge of this is evidence that he was part of the government conspiracy during 911.

Mainstream Media covers the daughter of a 911 victim confronting Ghouliani:

CNN covers how the 911 Firefighters oppose Ghouliani because he uses 911 for his political photo op:

Ghouliani caught lying on David Letterman:

For a comprehensive list of press articles, interviews and videos collected and funded by the firefighters union see: Rudy-UrbanLegend.com

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Tuesday, September 9, 2008

How the Canadian Government Creates Debt Slavery

Richard Priestman

Comment September 7, 2008

Politicians avoid issue costing hundreds of billions of dollars

Taxes go up. Services go down. Pot holes get bigger.
Infrastructure deteriorates. Long term planning is postponed.

NOT ONE of the parties in parliament has been
willing to talk about the issue which has cost
Canadian tax payers hundreds of billions of
dollars. There was a lot of noise when the
$100-million sponsorship scandal took place, but
the mother of all scandals – which cost 600 times
as much as the sponsoorship scandal and continues
year after year – has receiived nary a
mention. This scandal is the failure of our
politicians to support use of the Bank of Canada
to finance government debt and the capital costs
of public infrastructure. It costs our
governments at all levels over $60-billion every
year. Journalists don't write about it and
politicians don't talk about it, yet it is one of
the main reasons why we don't have enough money
to pay for health, education, infrastructure and
all the other things we think of as necessary for
our society, why municipalities are almost
swamped with downloads and why property taxes are rising.

If a public capital acquisition (e.g. subway,
sewers, water system etc) costing $100-million
were amortized over 20 years at 6 percent (which
is what a private lender, bank or developer might
charge) the cost would be about $8.5 million per
year. If the facility has a life span of 50
years the payments, using the Bank of Canada,
could be amortized over 50 years and would amount
to $2 million a year plus the cost of
administering the loan ­ less than 11รข�„2 of 1
percent. In this example, financing public
infrastructure with our public bank would reduce
annual payments by about 70 percent.

The Bank of Canada was nationalized by Prime
Minister Mackenzie King in 1938. It helped to
finance WWII and all the enormous development
after the war until the mid 1970s. It did all
this without creating inflation, (inflation rate:
1950, 2.8; 1971, 2.9). One of the tools used to
control inflation was the "statutory reserve"
which was rescinded by Brian Mulroney and would
have to be reinstated. Policy changed as the
western world got caught up in the extreme
free-market ideology promoted during the
1960's. Privatization became the vogue,
including privatization of our money supply, as
government reduced its borrowing from the Bank of
Canada and increased its borrowing from the
private sector. Federal debt increased by 3000%,
from $18-billion in 1974 to $588-billion in 1997,
with huge increases in debt financing. To cope
with these costs the federal government reduced
transfer payments and downloaded programs and
services to the provinces which in turn
downloaded them to the
municipalities. Municipalities have had no
alternative except to raise taxes or cut services or both.

The usual excuse given by government for not
using the Bank as it has been and could be used
is that it would cause inflation – in spite of
the reecord to the contrary. Other possible
reasons (not mentioned by government)

- chartered banks, wealthy financiers
and some pension funds would howl at the loss of
easy guaranteed income from lending to the government;

- the free-market ideology mentioned above;

- central banks, coordinated by the BIS
(Bank for International Settlements) support current policies;

- the fear that if Canada's monetary
policy should veer substantially from the
free-market ideology, world financial interests
would come down hard on Canada, business would be hurt, jobs would be lost.

The fear of repercussions is like a straight
jacket limiting the actions of politicians. To
get out of the free-market straight jacket
requires politicians who recognize both the
problem presented by the way the Bank is
currently used and the strength which would come
from using the Bank as it could and should be
used. Canada has immense natural resources and a
well-educated work force. Through its Bank it
could finance infrastructure renewal, education,
health services, housing and other community
needs. The spin-offs from such activity would
stimulate the private sector and create many
well-paid jobs. The Canadian Labour Congress
should support this use of the Bank because of
the great benefit to Canadian workers.

The authority and power for doing all this comes from the Bank of Canada Act.

Section 18 (c) of the Bank of Canada Act states
that the Bank may buy and sell securities issued
or guaranteed by Canada or any province. This
means that municipal securities could be bought
by the Bank if they were guaranteed.

Section 17 (2) states that the capital (of the
Bank) shall be held by the Minister (of Finance)
on behalf of Her Majesty in right of
Canada. This means that the Bank is wholly owned
by Canada which receives as dividend the net
income earned from interest or otherwise. It
also means that interest paid by the Government
of Canada to the Bank is returned to it as
dividend less the cost of administration (very
minimal). Interest which might be paid to the
Bank by a province or municipality also becomes
part of the government's income. By agreement,
this interest could and should be returned to the
province or municipality less the cost of administration.

Section 14 states that the Minister and the
Governor (of the Bank) shall consult regularly on
monetary policy. If a difference of opinion
should emerge between the Minister and the
Governor concerning monetary policy, the Minister
may give to the Governor a written directive and
the Bank shall comply with that directive. This
means that the Bank is not independent.

There are no international laws that prevent the
Bank from being used to finance public debt or
infrastructure, but international agreements can
have the same effect as law if we do not
challenge them. Examples of such agreements are
those arrived at by the governors of the central
banks of the western nations during their
meetings organized by the Bank for International Settlements.

So, what to do? Vote only for candidates who
agree to support use of the Bank of Canada to
finance public debt and public infrastructure –
even if their parties have not included tthis in their platforms.

Richard Priestman
Kingston Chapter,
Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER)
604 Aylmer Crescent, Kingston, K7M 6H1