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, février 06, 2008



We have on the opposite page a diagram of the illegal money trail. You will see military, Mafia, communist, labour unions, political parties, governments, transnational corporations, old money, etc. The only thing that is not represented is people. We don't count!

Neither do we elect our governments: those are rigged before we get a chance to express our will.

What basically happens is that international bankers who own the trans-national corporations buy the leadership of both main political parties. That is why they are listed as Party A and Party B, in Canada as Liberals and Conservatives, in the U.S. as Democrats and Republicans. It doesn't really matter who wins because they are both owned from the beginning.

Because they do not like to expose themselves to public scrutiny, the trans-national corporations work through public relation firms, and these public relation firms employ a number of lobbyists and pollsters. The pollsters call us up at home to find out what we are thinking and report it back to the national media - which is itself trans-national. The national media then has to make a decision: do they go with us and cause the swing from the politician we detest, such as they did in the last election, or do they ridicule us to get us to change our mind?

For example, if they want to keep the one that is there - if they think that bad as he or she is, he or she is better for their cause than the one on the ascendant - they will say or imply, 'Some stupid idiots in the country think Mulroney is crazy or is a crook but they don't know what they're talking about.' As a result, a whole bunch of sheep in the country will think, 'I don't want to be seen as an idiot so I'm not going to think like that any more,' and they switch back to their former party affiliation.

Once the national media have written or aired enough to convince us which party we are going to vote for, then there's an election. Of course the candidates have been pre-chosen by the party and the party decides that certain people are not acceptable. If you don't believe the lies, you are not acceptable. If you believe that abortions are wrong, you are not acceptable. If you believe that there doesn't necessarily have to be a 'right' and a 'wrong' way of saying things, you are not acceptable.

From the beginning the Party realizes that what is necessary is a management group: the leader chooses them ahead of time and puts them in key ridings where they are sure to win. A second group, the back benchers, are nothing but a bunch of nice guys and gals who love to shake hands, go to cocktail parties, shut up on important questions, sit in the back row, ride around in limousines and visit the world. That is basically what you have on Parliament Hill: four or five people run the show for each political party and the rest of them are there for the smoke and mirrors. Nice people! You will never meet nicer people in your life - the nicest hypocrites you'll ever meet are on Parliament Hill. For a thousand days I stood there and saw them everyday: I know what they are like.

When the government has been selected and it takes over, its first job is to get back to the transnationalists the money that was paid to get the politicians elected. It has, therefore, to do two things; give the corporations and the bankers tax loopholes so that they don't have to pay taxes and it also has to give the corporations money-making contracts. The procedure is as follows: they figure out the cost of a contract - say the fighter planes for five billion dollars. That amount is paid to the contractor plus a further one to five percent which the contractor passes on to the lobbyist as a lobbying fee - tax free.

'Lobbyist' is just another word for 'money launderer'. The lobbyist then takes the money and brings it to Switzerland, Luxembourg, Cayman lslands, Litchenstein -where they all have basically the same approach to money matters - and deposit the money. So in, let us say Switzerland, this five percent from every major contract - which is money that the government doesn't have and therefore has to borrow from these same high financiers - just keeps rolling around in the same circles creating a bigger debt all the time.

In Switzerland they have a program known as 'Rent a Swiss'. They don't actually call it that but in effect that's what it is: you get yourself a member of the Swiss nobility or other European Royalty, who has got some sort of title in front of his or her name, no money but a title, and he or she will front for this money that has just come in. Say you are dealing with a hundred million dollars. You get your 'Rent a Swiss' up front and he pretends to be a foreign investor. In Canada's case over the last nine years or so, it's been Mulroney who has been stealing the taxpayer's money, having Cabinet Ministers add five percent to the contract awarded to their favoured companies. The companies then paid that sum back to the lobbyist. Frank Moores (former premier of Newfoundland): he was Mulroney's personal lobbyist. Moores would launder the money, and when it arrived back with a 'Rent a Swiss' as a front, the first thing they needed would be land for the construction of a building. Downtown railway land owned by the government is cheap because it is zoned railway, for example: it could be just a swamp, it could be anything that belongs to the government, but it is close to downtown. So the government will sell this plot of land at its market value, which is cheap because it's down-zoned as a rail yard.

Let us say for convenience sake that one hundred thousand dollars is paid for a piece of land of five acres by the 'Rent a Swiss'. The total investment, therefore, is one hundred thousand dollars. Next, municipal politicians are bribed to change the zoning. The zoning is changed to accommodate a very high density building: the value of the land is no longer one hundred thousand dollars, but jumps up closer to twenty-five million dollars. In other words, although they've only used up a hundred thousand dollars they now own a twenty- five million dollar property.
They then go to the bank to say that they want to build a building. The bank says, 'Well, you have twenty-five million in the kitty already. We'll put up seventy-five million as long as you can pre-lease your building to a tenant.' They go back to Mulroney and say, 'Send us the Department of Justice,' or 'Send us the Department of Public Works.' Mulroney approves a thirty-year lease and suddenly they have a fully rented building - unbuilt yet - but fully rented at a construction value of a hundred million dollars, which is being leased to the government for two hundred, three hundred, four hundred or maybe even five hundred million dollars over the period of the lease.

So the money just keeps rolling around in a circle. When there are no buildings to be built, they buy bonds and affect the value of our money. By the sheer mass of money they have to invest in bonds, they can cause the currency to drop or cause it to rise. If we decide to change the Governor of the Bank of Canada to somebody less amenable to their manipulations, they will come back and say, 'We will withdraw some of our money' and thereby show you that we can cause the dollar to drop a cent, two cents, three cents - and inflation will skyrocket.
George Kralik: Would this have been similar to the pre-referendum days?

Mr. Kealey: Sure.

Kralik: Is that why the bankers and big business as well as all three political parties all suddenly jumped in the Charlottetown Debate?

Kealey: Because they are all in on it. If you look at the graph, the NDP is over on the side. It does not appear to be part of the system but the NDP - like the Mafia in Italy and Japan, like the Military Generals in South America, like the Communists in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe - are a one-party system. There was a time when they (the NDP) wanted to be in charge of the government because that's the only place the money was. Today there is another attraction - Pension Funds: they don't even need to be in the Government as long as they control the Unions and by extension pensions.

Kralik: Is this the reason why it is pretty well mandatory for any major organization - education, military, police and fire departments, etc. - to be pressed into a Pension Fund of sorts?

Kealey: Certainly, because it is these pension monies that are tunnelled into the international bank through their lobbyist money-launderers. Mulroney was already dipping into the Iron Ore Pension Fund even before he came to Ottawa. Bosses and labour union leaders work together to loot pension funds.What happens when all of the money ends up in the one place? You will see it on your chart. They have created the United Nations. Bankers take some of their money and put it into the International Monetary Fund, lend it to a particular government but in return for a mortgage on some Natural Resources of the country - in Brazil it is the rain forest, in the Philippines oil, in the Soviet Union farm lands and oil and what have you, in Mexico oil, and in Canada it is WATER! WATER! FARM LAND! WATER! WATER! MINES! WATER! WATER!

There comes a time, therefore, when we are lent the money stolen by banks and we can't AFFORD TO pay it back - because interest (usury) is a trick. When a banker lends money he doesn't print the money to cover the interest. If ten people borrow a dollar they must pay back a dollar plus interest, but the banker only prints ten bucks. That means from the beginning somebody ain't gonna pay his loan back because they would need eleven dollars to reimburse the ten loaned at 10% interest.

Kralik: There is simply not enough money in circulation.

Kealey: There is not enough money in circulation. The weakest borrower goes bankrupt. The property that is of value within that bankruptcy is sold to the others and over a period of time they choose among themselves who will become a large transnational corporation simply by what the banks allow the companies to acquire at the bankruptcies of others.


Over a period of time BANKERS create transnational companies, trans-national as opposed to multi-national companies. A multi-national company is one that operates in many countries, according to the laws of those countries. A transnational company does not believe in countries. It believes in One-World Government, a One-World Order, and it demands from its national politicians the loopholes in the law that allow them to move the money out of the country before they have to pay taxes.

I worked for a company called Gestetner for fourteen years. We sold duplicators. They were manufactured in England. The average price of a duplicator sold in Canada was a thousand bucks. Once I went to visit the plant because I kept winning these trips. From what I saw in the plant a duplicator would cost a hundred bucks to make: yet they were being sold in Canada for a thousand. Under normal mathematics, that would mean a profit of nine hundred dollars along the way and that somebody would have to pay fifty percent in income tax, or four hundred and fifty bucks. Right?

That is not the way it happens. What the British factory did was to send the duplicators directly to Canada but to send the invoice first to Nassau, as if it was sold to Nassau. Nassau has no income tax or no corporate tax. So the invoice arrived there with the duplicator having a paper value of one hundred bucks: they could then jack up the price and send the invoice to Canada, charging nine hundred.

According to the paperwork, then, the profit has been made in Nassau where they pay no taxes. They don't pay taxes in England, they don't pay taxes in Canada, they don't pay taxes in Nassau: the profit is therefore clear money. That is why transnational corporations want to be transnational corporations: they can move their money around the world without paying taxes.

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