Friday, February 9, 2007

Chapter Five

"The modern banking system manufactures money out of nothing. The process is perhaps the most astounding piece of sleight of hand that was ever invented. Banking was conceived in iniquity and born in sin. Bankers own the earth. Take it away from them, but leave them the power to create money and control credit, and with the flick of a pen, they will create enough money to buy it back again. Take this great power away from the bankers and all the great fortunes like mine will disappear, and they ought to disappear, for this would be a better and happier world to live in. But if you want to continue the slaves of bankers and pay the cost of your own slavery, let them continue to create money and to control credit."
- Sir Josiah Stamp, Director and President of the Bank of England during the 1920's





Question: [For all Politicians in Canada.] Are you prepared to lead Canada into a future of prosperity instead of one of increasing debt?

In reality, politicians have become little more than talking heads. In opposition they criticize, often with much justice, the financial policies of the government. Then the sides change and the roles reverse. It is a phenomenon I understand only too well from personal experience. The so-called “expert” advisers get politicians in closed rooms and brief them fervently. They call the meetings “information briefings” but often the real object of the exercise is intimidation. Their real purpose is to persuade the politicians that their natural instincts are wrong and that the experts are right and that non-compliance could lead to some financial disaster for which “You, Mr. Secretary” or “You, Minister” would be held responsible. It is difficult, bordering on impossible, to stand up to that kind of pressure. Instead, most politicians get stuck with accepting the consequences of taking advice from experts who, all too often, are the kind of experts who have all the answers without necessarily being familiar with the problem.

The Honourable Paul Hellyer, former Member of Parliament

From his book, Funny Money

This chapter contains an opened letter to all politicians in Canada. This letter is addressed to The Honourable Prime Minister of Canada, Mr. Paul Martin, but it will be copied to all federal and provincial politicians and can be taken by all as meant for them as well.

Like all open letters, this one too is not meant solely or even primarily for the addressee. It is attached as a chapter of this book so that all Canadians will know that all their elected officials are aware of the issues raised within it.

March 8, 2005

To: The Honourable Paul Martin

Prime Minister of Canada

Dear Mr. Prime Minister,

It is my hope that you have read the contents of this book and understand my concern. I have spent much time studying both sides of this issue, and you will note by the contents of this book what I have concluded.

I am open to being proven wrong. In order for you to do that you will have to explain to me how The Private Debt Money System could possibly create a situation that would result in all countries having zero debt. I’m not asking you to prove that every country would do what is necessary to have zero debt, but only to prove that it is possible. It is my belief that with your knowledge of financial matters and your proven success in managing you own financial affairs, that if what I ask is possible, you can show me how.

If The Private Debt Money System will not eventually bring all countries to their knees, (financially speaking) why did Mayer Amschel Rothschild once say, “Permit me to issue and control the money of a nation, and I care not who makes the laws…”?

If The Public Credit Money System is not the best system for any country to employ, why are the worlds banking interests so threatened by it? Why would they say the following?

“If that mischievous financial policy, which had its origin in the North American Republic, should become indurate down to a fixture, then that Government will furnish its own money without cost. It will pay off debts and be without debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous beyond precedent in the history of the civilized governments of the world. The brains and wealth of all countries will go to North America….”

Printed in The London Times

If The Public Credit Money System would accomplish the things stated in the above quote, why would it not be in Canada’s best interest to adopt it?

If The Private Debt Money System does not continually increase a country’s debt, then why is Canada’s, debt continually increasing?

Mr. Prime Minister, I believe that Canada, with its $2,500 trillion plus worth of resource and a population that is not afraid of work, is the riches country in the world. If with that wealth, that population and intelligent knowledgeable leaders Canada cannot get out of debt using The Private Debt Money System, how can any other country be expected to?

Why does Canada not use its vast resources in conjunction with The Public Credit Money System and just pay off its debt? You must know that it is possible, don’t you? Why then, don’t we do it?

Mr. Prime Minister, are you aware of the deceptive tactics that are hidden in every brochure that tells parents that they “must” register the name of their child? Are you aware that this is done solely to tie that newborn child to Canada’s ever-increasing debt? I ask that the deceit be removed from all of these documents, and that they only serve as a true record of the birth of a unique human being.

Mr. Prime Minister, are you aware of the deceptive tactics employed, (I believe unwittingly) by Canada’s law enforcement officers every time they issue a ticket to any motorist in Canada? I ask that this practice be immediately stopped. I ask that a system be developed that ensures that whenever any peace officer or law enforcement officer approaches another human being, a situation develops that ensures that the officer(s) can be and are completely honest, and that the other human being becomes totally aware of their options.

It is also my request that you, Mr. Prime Minister take this opportunity to lift Canada out of bankruptcy. We should have never been there in the first place.

Mr. Prime Minister, you have an opportunity before you that no one else has ever had. You can be the leader that makes Canada a lighthouse throughout the world. I am aware of the great pressure that will be applied to you not to do what I am going to ask you to do. Of myself I have no pressure to offset that pressure. But I have released this book in a way that will allow it to fly on its own not just across Canada, but throughout the world. It is my hope that this small book can arouse a sleeping giant. That giant is the human populace of this great country. This is something that could happen easily and quickly if all politicians stood united on this issue.

Mr. Prime Minister, I ask you to take the necessary action to set my daughter, my grandchildren and every other Canadian, including myself, free of debt. That action will be the implementing of a form of The Public Credit Money System. I plead for all of us, for only the free can truly offer real freedom to others. And as you know, we have eighteen thousand (18,000) reasons a day to make haste with this issue.

We, the human populace of Canada are becoming aware of all the cotton amongst the wool that has been pulled over our eyes for so long. One day that veil will no longer blind the people and we will know the truth. And when that day arrives we will want to know why you did not act sooner.

My plea to you is that you immediately work to rescind the Bank Act and that you immediately begin implementing some form of The Public Credit Money System.

The children and I await your answer.


david: healing

Note: Paul Martin is no longer Prime Minister of Canada and he never did answer this letter, though he did receive it.

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