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lundi, février 04, 2008



In this Free Trade Agreement, the US gets the clean profitable business. Canada is the attic - the warehouse of all the raw materials. Mexico is the boiler room, the basement where all the dirty work is done. That's the plan.

Kralik: Do you see this as a stepping-stone toward the building of a New World Order and its consolidation in a single global economy?

Kealey: Of course. The government that is being set up through the United Nations resembles a church: five percent of receipts goes to the poor - in Somalia, Ethiopia, or whatever - although sometimes, as in Somalia, it comes accompanied with guns. 95% goes toward the maintenance of power and control. What control?

The International Monetary Fund, The World Bank, and The Security Council, GATT.

Kralik: Who runs the International Monetary Fund?

Kealey: The bankers.

Kralik: Do you know who these bankers are?

Kealey: There are some fifteen or sixteen different families, but by far the two most influential are the Rothschilds and the Rockefellers. Up to the end of the last century the Rothschilds operated strictly in Europe, but they were anxious to synthesize the American operation with their own. Investigators were sent out and it was agreed that a railroad family, the Rockefellers, filled the bill, were prepared to play the game, and so they became the western arm of this operation.

Then in 1913 we have the biggest scam of all: the denationalizing of the making of money, the creation of the Federal Reserve, a deal between the bankers and politicians whereby the bankers promised some politicians backing and almost certain re-election in the elections they contended; in return, the politicians handed over to the bankers the right to do nothing less than print the money for the country. 'We'll do that for you,' the bankers said, 'and you can borrow from us.' It was passed on a Friday afternoon with no warning and with Congress pretty well empty. So much for democracy when the invisible bankers really want something.

Kralik: The incredible implication of this is that the Federal Reserve, which prints the greenbacks for the American people, is a private bank.

Kealey: It is a private bank. The same thing happened in Canada, after the customary twenty-year delay - in 1935. MacKenzie King had won, lost, won, lost four elections in a row. He wanted to ensure his hold on the Prime Ministership for a long time, so he in turn gave the bankers The Bank of Canada.

Let us examine the implications of that. Before you give away the Federal Bank there is no need for consumer or income taxes: you can manufacture an amount of money based on the resources of the country, including its capacity for labour. The value is constantly changing as new minerals are found and the labour force becomes more and more productive. In a situation where the National Government prints money, for every dollar sold to banks two percent remains with the government: that two percent pays the bills.

Kralik: The running of the bureaucracy?

Kealey: A government should not be there merely for what it does today. There are nine reasons for a government: health, education, welfare, energy, transportation, communications, housing, food, and clothing. Defence is not part of that: if you are not fighting anybody, there is no need for defence. Some countries in the world can't survive on their own because they don't have the resources. There is nothing in Canada that we do not have. In fact, we could make a decision tomorrow that the critical mass of all consumer products needed in Canada would be made in Canada, from Canadian raw materials, by Canadian labour: the result would be that everybody would be employed.

Kralik: Incredible!

Kealey: We have the raw materials, the labour force, but we don't have the plants. The raison d'être of the Free Trade Agreements being concluded throughout the world is to consolidate international control over a country by making sure that all of the parts needed for the manufacturing of every thing are not made in any one country.

Kralik: So that a country cannot be self-sufficient?

Kealey: The carburettors are built in one place, the exhaust pipes in another, as are the tuners for your VCR. All the parts have been disbursed in different countries, all over the world. No one country can manufacture the parts for everything produced within their own borders. That is, with three notable exceptions: Germany, Japan and the United States - the European Community, the Pacific Community, and the Atlantic Community. A One World government begins by eliminating boundaries, ending up with three regions.

Kralik: Initially?

Kealey: Initially, and then merging them into a One-World government under the United Nations. The Free Trade Agreement between Canada, the US, and Mexico is only the first step of an Agreement that will encompass both the Americas, North and South.

Kralik: Exactly. The South American dimension was only mentioned during the last week.

Kealey: But it has been planned all the way through. You must remember too that the Free Trade Deal was not a negotiation: it was transnational bankers saying to the Governments involved, "This is what you are going to do and here is an implementation schedule.' Everything in the Free Trade Deal had to fit this implementation schedule. The final time slot is 2005.

What is being created is a United Nations in which the rich governments send money to build a fund, The International Monetary Fund, causing the country from which money was sent to borrow more and more money, thus causing more and more debt. Money is then sent to the poor countries, creating a debt there. So everybody is indebted to the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund.

One branch of the Fund holds the money, the other makes the decisions as to how it is to be used, usually for projects that don't go anywhere: these waste money and cause the debt to grow. Then one day countries can't pay and the bailiff is called. The bailiff is the United Nations Security Council. The real assets of the world, therefore, are re-possessed either by the bank or by the Security Council and are put under the control of the United Nations. Over time the resources of each country are gathered under UN control.

The guy who was in charge of that section is now working in Ontario as the Head of Ontario Hydro: Maurice Strong. Would you like to know why Maurice Strong is working in Ontario? It is because Bob Rae is in on the deal: he brought Maurice Strong in to do what he does best.

What did Strong do first? He shut down some of the nuclear plants. Why? Because as long as you have nuclear plants you have too much electrical power. If you shut them down, then you can convince people they must dam more rivers. Make a Free Trade Deal, move the jobs out of Canada, cause unemployment, and the people of Canada will scream: 'Give us jobs! Give us jobs!' Ultimately they will be told: 'You want a job? We've got some terrific jobs - building dams.'

Kralik: Is that why only yesterday Chrétien signed the Free Trade Deal?

Kealey: Chrétien is a puppet. He is the Ronald Reagan of Canada. Today Mitchell Sharp is the Prime Minister of Canada. Mitchell Sharp is our George Bush, and he was not elected. He used to be Chrétien's boss as Minister of Finance, but today he's got his hand on the back of the puppet Jean Chrétien.

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