men of dark intentions ~ restoring bank of canada

13 Jun

Canadian Action Party :

how to use the Bank of Canada 

 exposing the fraud today WATCH :

 

The Crime of the Canadian Banking System

We will Reinstate the Bank of Canada which will end the private borrowing by government that costs Canadians approximately $60 billion per year in interest payments

http://www.canadianactionparty.org/

Once all the Treasury Bonds are replaced with sovereign notes, banks will be at 100% reserve banking, instead of the fractional reserve system currently in use. 
From this point on, the Central Banks will only be needed as a central clearing house for cheques and as vaults for sovereign notes. Monetary power can be transferred back to the treasury dept. There will be no further creation or contraction of money by banks. By doing it this way, the central banking system can be abolished without a national bankruptcy, a financial collapse, inflation or deflation or any significant change and the people can go about their business.

http://peoplesconference.org/timeline.html

time for bank of canada real constitutional credit & even dividends possible

COMER :  
– Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform –
COMER v. Bank of Canada et al.
Appeal for Trial   :
.
December 10, 2013, marked the second
year for   COMER
in Federal Court since the Canadian dollar [Loonie]
became an object of claim that its governance could
be found wanting in need of reform.
Canadian constitutional lawyer Rocco
Galati filed Toronto Action T-2010-11 on
behalf of William Krehm, Ann Emmett,
and COMER on December 12, 2011.
.
To:
restore the use of the Bank of Canada to its
original purpose, by exercising its public statu
tory duty and responsibility. That purpose in
cludes making interest-free loans to municipal/
provincial/federal governments for “human
capital” expenditures (education, health, other
social services), and/or infrastructure expendi
tures. The [COMER] action constitutionally
challenges the government’s fallacious account
ing methods in its tabling of the budget by
not calculating, nor revealing the true and
total revenues of the nation before transferring
back “tax credits” to corporations and other taxpayers

http://comer.org/archives/2014/COMER_MayJune2014.pdf

http://comer.org/content/COMER_Appeal24April2014.pdf

 http://us4.campaign-archive2.com/?u=97d80362b4678f4edad7852e8&id=596ad24d5b&e=cf1cdb027a

SEE :

Call for Submissions

COMER (The Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform), is pleased to announce its participation in a co-sponsored, International Internet Agenda that will lead to a COMER 2014 conference:
Money, Tax and Poverty
We invite any person or interest group to submit for consideration a discussion title and outline for a Money, and /or Tax, and/or Poverty presentation demonstrating a cause-and-effect relationship about usurism.  Emailconference@comer.org
Outlines are due by June 30, 2014

UPDATE FROM COMER :

COMER

Due to a significant number of requests for more preparation time, the deadlines for submissions for

the conference have been extended to July 31st for the outline proposals; to August 31st for completed

submissions; and to September 30th for presentation videos posted to http://www.youtube.com as noted below.

COMER ( the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform ), is pleased to announce its participation

in a co-sponsored, International Internet Agenda that will lead to a COMER 2014 conference:

Money, Tax and Poverty

We invite any person or interest group in the world to submit for consideration a discussion title and

outline of a Money, and /or Tax, and/or Poverty presentation demonstrating a cause-and-effect

relationship about usurism.

Possible topics:

Money: banking, bank culture, structure, products, instruments, jargon, market, government, monetary

policy, economy, budgets, deficits, politics, spin, psychology, law, enforcement, trust, governance,

compliance, oversight, corruption, fraud, greed and abuse, etc.

Tax: moral hazard, tax avoidance, evasion, havens, budgets and spending, etc.

Poverty: equality, bailouts, bail-ins, private debt, public debt, liability, cutbacks, environment, health,

education, industry, hospitals, society, social services, security, rights and freedoms, and any other

capital risk on the human condition.

Outlines are due by July 31, 2014. Completed submissions must be received no later than August 31, 2014,

and will be subject to selection by Review Committees. A presentation video from each contributor is

required as a public information record and must be posted on http://www.youtube.com by September 30, 2014.

October through December, internet conference outcomes and sponsors’ agendas, dates, venues and

speakers will be announced.

Selected submissions will be published in the COMER Economic Reform Journal.

Email: conference@comer.org

GOOD LUCK !!!

START TALKING ! CALL RADIO ! LET’S MAKE IT HAPPEN !!!

 

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Canadians Sue the Bank of Canada

2nd story — the video series from Corbett Report and Media Monarchy that covers some of the most important developments in open source intelligence news.

 

 

Story #2: The Case to “Reinstate” the Bank of Canada
http://ur1.ca/jpju4
Comer Vs The Bank of Canada
http://ur1.ca/jpjua
HSBC ‘tax dodge’ revelations are just tip of iceberg, says leaker
http://ur1.ca/jpjuc

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One Response to “men of dark intentions ~ restoring bank of canada”

  1. COMER June 20, 2014 at 7:31 pm #

    Due to a significant number of requests for more preparation time, the deadlines for submissions for

    the conference have been extended to July 31st for the outline proposals; to August 31st for completed

    submissions; and to September 30th for presentation videos posted to http://www.youtube.com as noted below.

    COMER ( the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform ), is pleased to announce its participation

    in a co-sponsored, International Internet Agenda that will lead to a COMER 2014 conference:

    Money, Tax and Poverty

    We invite any person or interest group in the world to submit for consideration a discussion title and

    outline of a Money, and /or Tax, and/or Poverty presentation demonstrating a cause-and-effect

    relationship about usurism.

    Possible topics:

    Money: banking, bank culture, structure, products, instruments, jargon, market, government, monetary

    policy, economy, budgets, deficits, politics, spin, psychology, law, enforcement, trust, governance,

    compliance, oversight, corruption, fraud, greed and abuse, etc.

    Tax: moral hazard, tax avoidance, evasion, havens, budgets and spending, etc.

    Poverty: equality, bailouts, bail-ins, private debt, public debt, liability, cutbacks, environment, health,

    education, industry, hospitals, society, social services, security, rights and freedoms, and any other

    capital risk on the human condition.

    Outlines are due by July 31, 2014. Completed submissions must be received no later than August 31, 2014,

    and will be subject to selection by Review Committees. A presentation video from each contributor is

    required as a public information record and must be posted on http://www.youtube.com by September 30, 2014.

    October through December, internet conference outcomes and sponsors’ agendas, dates, venues and

    speakers will be announced.

    Selected submissions will be published in the COMER Economic Reform Journal.

    Email: conference@comer.org

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