CANADIAN MONETARY
REFORM NEWS

Founded in 2011, we are a group of Canadian citizens who add our voices to the growing concern, in Canada, and worldwide, over government policies which center around the repayment of government debt, at the expense of the welfare of citizens.

These government policies raise a number of questions:

We appeal to and seek MPs, MPPs, or candidates who have the courage to question the activities and claims of financial networks and so-called 'economists';

...and wish to truly represent the citizens of Canada; rather than simply surrender to the dictates of party politics and global finance.

CANADIANS WILL VOTE FOR YOU!









MONDAY MAY 14, 2012 1-3 PM
Toronto City Hall Council Chamber
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BACK TO THE FUTURE
Real Alternatives to the New Austerity Agenda

19th Annual Free Public Forum ~ featuring ~
JIM STANFORD, JOHN SEWELL, and
NATALIE MEHRA



TUESDAY APRIL 3, 2012 7:30PM
Trinity-St. Paul's Church,
427 Bloor Street West

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ESCAPE FROM THE WEB OF DEBT
~ featuring ~
ELLEN BROWN
and
PAUL HELLYER




The LOSS OF CONTROL OVER THE ISSUANCE OF OUR CURRENCY AND CREDIT is being challenged in court, through a class action lawsuit, on behalf of Canadians, by COMER (Toronto) members William Krehm and Anne Emmett.

Class Action Lawsuit:
The Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (COMER) vs. The Government of Canada:

Canadian constitutional lawyer, Rocco Galati, on behalf of Canadians William Krehm, and Ann Emmett, and COMER, 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.

That purpose includes making interest free loans to municipal/provincial/federal governments for "human capital" expenditures (education, health, other social services) and /or infrastructure expenditures.


Is There Hope for Canadians?

Richard Priestman of COMER, The Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform (Kingston chapter) explains the dilemma Canadians face.


CANADIAN MONETARY AND ECONOMIC REFORM NEWS 12-Step 'Blueprint for Recovery Canada'

12 year old girl explains the crimes of the world banking system-- SHAMING adult politicians and finance ministers who should know better!


Canada’s 2012 Budget: Imposing Austerity on the World’s Most Resource-rich Country
by
Ellen Brown
April 1, 2012


~ GLOBAL HOPE ~
A PLAN TO END
THE WORLDWIDE FINANCIAL CRISIS

by
The Hon. Paul Hellyer

MARCH 14, 2012

Introduction

The federal government doesn’t need to slash and burn the jobs and hopes of its citizens to balance its budget. It can use its bank (our bank) the Bank of Canada just as it did from 1939-1974 to escape the Great Depression, help finance World War II and later our great post-war infrastructure, including the foundation of our social security system, to give us the best 25 years of the 20th century.

Then in 1974, when incidentally there was not one food bank in all of Canada, the Bank of Canada adopted the ideas of Milton Friedman and his colleagues at the University of Chicago, and it has been downhill ever since. Today there are over 700 food banks in Canada and more people than ever are using them.

But this doesn’t need to be! Parliament has the power to end the recession and create full employment without putting us further into debt. All it has to do is make the Bank of Canada work for the benefit of al its shareholders and not just the richest 1% of them.
What is at stake?

The future of our young people – their ability to find work when they leave school; the future of adequate health care; the future of public education at reasonable cost; the safety and efficiency of our public infrastructure; our ability to live in comfort when we retire.
And,
Most important, the ability of our governments to help preserve the habitability of our planet by immediately (within 10 years) replacing our oil economy with clean energy.


So, read GLOBAL HOPE, a brief primer on monetary theory and policy, and pass it on to everyone you know. Not only that, start talking about the issues with friends and colleagues. Why do privately-owned banks have a virtual monopoly on printing money? Why is it all created as debt? Is there any way to avoid drowning in an ocean of debt?

Henry Ford said: “It is well that the people of the nation do not understand our banking and monetary system, for if they did, I believe there would be a revolution before tomorrow morning.” He may have been exaggerating but he is right that if the majority understood that we are being ripped off by a handful of the greediest, richest and most ruthless con artists in the world we would finally rebel.

Try to understand, and then write to the Prime Minister, Minister of Finance and your MP to demand immediate action. http://www.parl.gc.ca

Paul Hellyer

P.S. I am attaching a short paper entitled “Principal with Prudence.” You don’t have to read it unless you need to know the guidelines embraced in the paper.


Former defence minister Hellyer is author of A Miracle in Waiting: Economics That Make Sense and Light at the End of the Tunnel: A Survival Plan for the Human Species. All profits from the sale of these two books will be donated to UNICEF.

For a list of recommended books and essays on the urgent subject of monetary reform visit Victory for the World or Paul Hellyer's website