Of Primary Concern to Every Canadian
Of any campaign mantra and message that could be mustered, there is one, that although of paramount importance, is rarely engaged publically, and without the efforts of persons such as myself and other similar and smaller parties, it never would be.
The issue I am referring to overshadows everything. It is colossal. It is a behemoth. It is titanic in proportions compared to the childish topics and idle chatter raised by the megalomaniacs who think they run the country.
This issue is eating us alive, and yet very few can acknowledge that it even exists, despite the fact it has never been refuted. This issue affects fisheries and is the root cause of the current dispute over the halibut fishing industry. This is the root cause over the reason numerous mills have been forced to close here on Vancouver Island in the past couple of years. This is the root cause as to why your food is far more expensive, your gas more expensive, and your homes practically unaffordable. This is the root cause as to why we don't have enough doctors or nurses. This is the root cause as to why year after year, seniors find it harder to make ends meet, living on less and less while being taxed more and more. It is the reason the federal debt cannot be eliminated. It is the very reason Canadians carry some of the highest debt per capita in the entire world. This issue is so large it puts the entire green movement to shame in terms of sheer magnitude. This issue of which I speak is the fundamental but intentional flaw in our economic system which not only threatens our livelihood, but our very existence.
The issue of which I speak is the same one promulgated by Mackenzie King 76 years ago. Mackenzie King was the longest running Prime Minister in Canadian history, and there certainly is a reason why. King brought the country out of the depression. How? He brought us our own bank, the peoples bank, the Bank of Canada. Why? Here is what he said:
Once a nation parts with the control of its currency and credit, it matters not who makes that nation's laws. Usury, once in control, will wreck any nation. Until the control of the
issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most conspicuous and sacred responsibility, all talk of the sovereignty of Parliament and of democracy is idle and futile" (In 1935, at the beginning of the election campaign, Mackenzie King of the Liberal Party)
Usury, for those who may not know, is interest -- compound interest. Albert Einstein, pioneer of the Manhattan project, is credited with saying that compound interest is the most powerful force in the universe. Whether he actually said that or not is besides the real question as to whether or not he is correct. Ask yourself if there is any force in nature, any force or function, whether biological, chemical, or nuclear, which is known to man that is exponential in nature which does not either self terminate or achieve equilibrium. The answer is that no there is not -- compound interest included. Compound interest however, will NOT equilibrate. It will self terminate, and like the black hole that it is, it will suck in everything else with it. No amount of bailouts will help. No amount of government subsidies will help. No amount of anything will help. Any measures taken to stem the tide will fail. Government efforts to avoid the question and keep patching the system will postpone the innevitable, but in doing so they only increase the magnitude of the destruction when the system does finally goes into irrevocable and terminal deflation. Eradicate compound interest or this country and this society will collapse under the weight of compound interest.
The iceberg has been struck, and the mighty Titanic world and Canadian economy shuddered. Yet we have absolute silence from the wheelhouse still. Iceland, a very small and susceptible country went bankrupt, and the United States is soon to follow. Canada is not far behind and yet not a peep from our sitting leaders.
The fact that information is coming up from the grassroots is telling, but then even Mr. Harper acknowledges it must happen. When a party goes bad, they go bad and they go big.
In a speech in 1997, in Montreal, Mr. Harper stated: "even when parties come back, they're not really new. They're just an older party re-appearing under a different name and different circumstances". If true, then the Independent Party is, at least in terms of economic discussion, the reincarnation of the Liberals of 1935. How ironic for Harper though that his very roots are in the Reform Party, which has it's beginnings in the Social Credit party, a party that taught and believed what I am teaching right now. How interesting, or rather disgusting, that what beliefs Harper now mocks as "Believing in funny money and control of banking, and a whole bunch of fairly non-conservative economic things" is in fact the foundation upon which he now stands. I would ask Harper if given the chance if it is he or his principles that have changed, if the values that once were espoused are now meaningless to the Conservatives.
Having dropped the Progressive out of Conservative, I propose that the Conservatives fix their name to properly reflect what they have become, which once was Progressive Conservative, to Conservative, and now to Regressive Conservatives, by definition out of the mouth of their own leader. That being said, let me say that the other national leaders are certainly no better and are not immune to political continental drift. I focus on them frequently rather than the local candidates because when you cast your vote locally, you are actually voting for the leader who wants your vote for his or her national hedgemony, certainly not local representation. These "parties" and their leaders all think they have the answers to fix the economy, but the fact is that the very most any of these other leaders can offer you is a rearrangement of the deck chairs on the Titanic.
The issue of credit and finance and compound interest is not some issue that should ever be relegated to the back burner. It must be brought to light. It is now 2011, and it is apparent that usury is wrecking this nation. It is wrecking the nation to the south as it extends it's insidious tentacles around the economy and squeezes the life out of it, it is wreaking havoc in Iceland and many European nations. It has been 76 years since Mr. King campaigned and won his election on monetary reform. '76 is also an interesting number, one that means something to anyone who isn't yet completely dead to liberty.
I am asking you to take action now. I am asking you to follow me on Twitter if this strikes a chord in you. I am asking you to ask your friends to do the same. I'm asking you to email every Canadian in your address book and have them come back and follow my tweets or facebook to as a guage as to who agrees with my message so like minded people will gain confidence that, yes, an independent can win and, yes, an independent can make a difference. I'm asking you to put aside the petty politics for the moment and consider the bigger picture, for the sakes of your children whose future we are destroying right now.
Consider what effect your votes could have if you voted independent rather than establishment to a local and independently minded individual committed to principles that will make a difference, rather than the dog and pony show we are used to.