CANADA IS RISING UP AGAINST FINANCIAL TYRANNY
Another amazing sign of progress is Canada’s sudden legal uprising against Financial Tyranny. This press release was published on Jeff Rense’s site as of December 19, 2011.
Bank of Canada and Minister of Finance, Defendants
Toronto, ON., Canada- 19/12/2011
Two Canadians and a Canadian economic think tank confront the global financial powers in the Canadian federal court.
The Canadians plead for declarations that would restore the use of the bank of Canada for the benefit of Canadians — and remove it from the control of international private entities, whose interests and directives are placed above the interest of Canadians — and the primacy of the constitution of Canada.
MORE INFORMATION ON THE CANADA LAWSUIT
As we read more about the Canada lawsuit, we begin to see how significant it really is.
Canadian constitutional lawyer, Rocco Galati, on behalf of Canadians William Krehm, and Ann Emmett, and COMER (Committee for Monetary and Economic Reform) on December 12th, 2011 filed an action in Federal Court, to restore the use of the Bank of Canada to its original purpose, by exercising its public statutory duty and responsibility….
The Plaintiffs state that since 1974 there has been a gradual but sure slide into the reality that the Bank of Canada and Canada’s monetary and financial policy are dictated by private foreign banks and financial interests contrary to the Bank of Canada Act.
The Plaintiffs state that the Bank of International Settlements (BIS), the Financial Stability Forum (FSF) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) were all created with the cognizant intent of keeping poorer nations in their place….
[This] has now expanded to all nations, in that these financial institutions largely succeed in over-riding governments and constitutional orders in countries such as Canada — over which they exert financial control.
The Plaintiffs state that the meetings of the BIS and Financial Stability Board (FSB) (successor of FSF), their minutes, their discussions and deliberations are secret and not available nor accountable to Parliament, the executive, nor the Canadian public — notwithstanding that the Bank of Canada policies directly emanate from these meetings.
These organizations are essentially private, foreign entities controlling Canada’s banking system and socio-economic policies.