Les Relations des Jésuites contiennent 6 tomes et défont le mythe du bon Sauvage de Jean-Jacques Rousseau, et aussi des légendes indiennes pour réclamer des territoires, ainsi que la fameuse «spiritualité amérindienne».

mercredi, juin 06, 2007


by Alain Pilote
(Rougement, Quebec)

If Canada issued its own money without debt, according to the needs of our country, there would be no need to borrow this money from private banks, nor to go abroad and beg for the money from foreign investors, and fear that, by lowering Canadian interest rates, foreigners would remove all of their money from Canada and invest somewhere else. A country cannot claim to be sovereign when it does not issue its own money, debt-free and interest-free.
On this matter, the stand of Jacques Parizeau, the leader of the separatist Parti Québécois, is paradoxical: he advocates an independent and 'sovereign' Quebec, but which would continue to use, as currency, the Canadian dollar, issued under the sole authority of the Bank of Canada, where Quebec would be in a minority in the decision-making process. In Parizeau's 'independent' Quebec, Quebec will therefore continue to operate within the private bankers' debt-money system. Where is sovereignty in all this? Parizeau says that we are heading for a world government anyway, with a single one-world currency! In a speech he delivered on 27 April 1990 at Washington's John Hopkins University, Parizeau admitted that 'there are no major technical problems that would prevent Quebec from having its own currency, 'but' it is preferable not to change anything in the monetary field, in order to reassure business circles.' (In other words, in order not to offend the big shots of the present financial system!)

The province of Quebec will soon be called upon to decide about its constitutional future with the rest of Canada. What do Quebecers want above all? The same thing as all the people of the other Canadian provinces: economic security! This would be possible with the implementation of a Social Credit financial system, which would ensure each citizen a dividend based on the twofold heritage of progress and natural resources. In order to set up such a system, however, one must separate from High Finance: this is the kind of separation that Quebec _ as well as all the other Canadian provinces _ would need, and nothing else.

The province of Quebec has absolutely nothing to win by seceding from Canada; on the contrary, it has everything to lose. The so-called 'sovereignists' of the Parti Québécois mislead the people by trying to make them believe that all the problems will be miraculously solved once Quebec is separated from the rest of Canada. Nothing will be actually solved, since the financial system will not be touched.

Moreover, Quebec separatists fool themselves when they think that the rest of Canada will accept this separation of Quebec as something inevitable or having being written in the heavens. Why would Canadians meekly let a bunch of separatists destroy their country? What would Quebec separatists say if the English community of Montreal and of the Eastern Townships, the native people on reserves, or even French-speaking people of different regions of Quebec, like the Saguenay or the Beauce areas, decided to secede from Quebec and form their own country, or simply remain with Canada?

Be careful! Don't hit the wrong target: the common enemy of the English Canadians and of the French Canadians - as well as of every nation - is High Finance. Let us join forces together - the English, the French, and people of all races - to install a financial system that will truly serve ordinary Canadian citizens, a Social Credit system.

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