Monday, August 3, 2015
Just Like Greece?
Elizabeth May and the Bank of Canada
By Betty Krawczyk, Cumberland
s more of us are becoming aware of the crucial role played by the international banking system in the Greek crisis, what about Canada? How much do our politicians know about international banking? More specifically, how much do they know about our own Bank of Canada?
Do they know the
history of how Pierre Trudeau decided under the urging of the
international bankers to change the rules that had allowed our
government to borrow money from the Bank of Canada at little or no
interest to one of compound interest from the private banks? That
the compound interest of the private banks is what has caused our
debt, both public and private? That most of our national debt piling
up now is composed of interest being paid on the compound interest
of private banks? Just like Greece? But that the rules that caused
this in Canada can be reversed?
Elizabeth May is a serious and brilliant politician and I donít blame her for maybe having a drink too many at the silly, frivolous gathering she was in at the time (Press Gallery dinner May 9, 2015). It was probably easy to do, considering. I go with the American female politician (I canít remember her name) who said she reserved the right to occasionally act as inappropriately as any male politician when under stress.
but in my opinion Elizabeth May is the most perfect politician
Canada has. The vast majority of our politicians, along with the
majority of our media, are mostly too dense or too cowardly to even
think about how the international banks are screwing with the people
of Canada, much less report on it.
Well, then letís
ask Elizabeth May. Especially as there is a lawsuit before the
courts now asking that the government overturn the banking rules
that have stopped the government from reverting back to borrowing
from the Bank of Canada. Next time.
Betty K | Blog: www.bettysearlyedition.blogspot.com
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