Jagmeet Singh is in an interesting position today.... September 28

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jagmeet_Singh

    IF.... Mr. Jagmeet Singh would really like to shake things up during this 2019 election then I would suggest that he makes a trip to meet with Mr. Maxime Bernier because I am trying my sincere best to get all the major political parties of Canada to begin to communicate more with each other. We Nova Scotians are somewhat forced by our geography to want to see this happen.

    The following message went out on Facebook:

    "We never should have privatized our debt and turned it over to the private banks, we should have kept it in the hands of the Bank of Canada, at least a major part of it, because then we would have been paying interest back to ourselves." (NDP Leader Jack Layton)


    Mr. Jack Layton deserves credit for this clear explanation.

    The PPC is NOT simply a branch of the CPC because it needs to be understood that the Progressive Conservatives and later on the CPC have essentially COLLABORATED with the Liberals to keep Canadians IGNORANT of a terrible error made by then P. M. Pierre E. Trudeau back in 1974.

    Betty Krawczyk:
    "Trudeaumania was just gearing up when I immigrated to Canada in late 1966. I, too, was impressed with Trudeau. He was intelligent, articulate, with liberal ideas. And as Prime Minister, Trudeau repatriated the Canadian Constitution and told the morals’ police to stay out of people’s bedrooms. But then…but then. As Anthony’s famous speech in Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar reminds us… “the evil that men do live after them while the good is often interred with their bones. So let it be with Caesar.”

    But somehow this worked backward for Trudeau. Many Canadians still think highly of Pierre Trudeau, but in 1974 he did one terrible thing that changed the lives, for present and future, of all Canadians, for the worse. Trudeau gave the leading operations of the Bank of Canada over to the private banks operating in Canada.

    The Bank of Canada was first established by Prime Minister Richard Bennet in 1935 as a private central bank, but was then nationalized by William Lyon Mackenzie King in 1938. By nationalizing the bank, Mackenzie King meant for it to belong to the people so the Canadian government could borrow funds with little or no interest for capital expenditures. The mandate of the newly nationalized Bank of Canada was to act as the banker to the government and to manage the public debt. As Mackenzie King famously said: “Once a nation parts with the control of their 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 sacred responsibility, all talk of sovereignty of parliament and of democracy is idle and futile.”

    So the Bank of Canada was nationalized in 1938 and the government could now borrow money with little or no interest. And it worked. The Canadian government built freeways, public transportation systems, subway line, airports, the St. Lawrence Seaway and funded a national health care system and the Canada Pension Plan. But then Trudeau, under the influence of the international financial group called Basel’s
    Committee’s Recommendations (The Basel Committee on Banking Supervision) made the decision to halt the borrowing of money from the Bank of Canada, and instead, chose to borrow from the private banks who instead of lending to the government at no interest, or low interest, introduced higher interest rates along with compound interest.
    All banks know very well the magic of compound interest. And Pierre Trudeau must have known that the mounting compounded national debt would lead to Canadians eventually owing a dollar fifty for every dollar of their disposable incomes. After all, he studied economics at the London School of Economics. Surely the professors there knew about compound interest.

    So Pierre Trudeau, instead of feeling blessed that Canada, unlike the US, had a nationalized central bank, signed our bank away to the private banks. Couldn’t Trudeau, such an educated man, surmise that citizens in a few years would be struggling to make car payments and meet rent and mortgages and student loans and to buy healthy food while last year’s profits for the big five (that’s Royal Bank, TD Bank, Scotiabank, Bank of Montreal and CIBC amounted to $31.7 billion?) If he did, he didn’t care. But it doesn’t have to be this way. It really doesn’t. Our Bank of
    Canada is still there. Next time." (Betty Krawczyk)

    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...K0sBBClR9NDbFRwFXo_r1C2VwuQ8M#post-1071005134



     
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    If.... Mr. Jagmeet Singh would meet with Mr. Maxime Bernier and discuss the following question ......
    (that I have to admit I would like to see Mr. Bernier and Mr. Andrew Scheer discussing this but.... that is not likely to happen)......
    then the traditional political formula could be thrown in the trash for this 2019 election..........

    The Greenland 2019 melt and forcing M. P. Andrew Scheer and M. P. Bernier to cooperate?

     
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    For the record... I did put an option worthy of discussion in front of M. P. Bill Casey:

    M. P. Bill Casey... President Trump has a 4.3 trillion dollar problem....

    Please consider the context......
    there are seven hundred and ten TRILLION dollars in the worldwide Derivatives Market and a one hundred trillion dollar meltdown is feared!


    FORGET IRAN, IRAQ, UKRAINE
    THIS IS WHERE WWIII STARTS...
     
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    I posted the following to my facebook wall on September 16:


    Attempting to keep Alberta within Canada may be our excuse to get a majority of thirty seven point six million Canadians to think about this seriously. My proposal.... . is to create one hundred and nineteen billion dollars through the Bank of Canada in 2020 much as was done from 1938 to 1974 as explained by Ms. Betty Krawczyk........ One hundred billion will be a repayment to the province of Alberta for over charging them due to a clerical error made by Prime Minister Pierre E. Trudeau back in 1974..... and the other nineteen billion will be to finance that five hundred dollars per month to all Canadian citizens and residents.

    This will give Canadians the incentive that they need to take a serious look at this. One possible way to make this proposal famous would be for me to attempt to mount a campaign to rival Mr. Maxime Bernier for the role of national leader of the PPC?

    (Note..... although I was willing to be the PPC candidate for Central - Nova and although I did submit my application to serve in that capacity ..... within two hours of meeting Mr. Al Muir I was trying my best to convince him to be the PPC candidate here rather than me because I felt that he was actually a better candidate than I was...... Please think about this..... If I consider Mr. Al Muir to be a better candidate than me for here in Central - Nova.......... what is the probability that I actually consider myself to be a better potential leader for the PPC than Mr. Maxime Bernier is????????????????????)

    Ms. Betty Krawczyk:
    (Betty Krawczyk)


    .......
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/565213087274651/permalink/682819355514023/


    Dennis Tate shared a link.
    June 1
    Five hundred dollars per Canadian per month, can this work?

    I am advocating the usage of the Bank of Canada that is owned by all Canadians to finance giving five hundred dollars per month to all thirty seven million Canadians.

    Would the incidence of Canadian women choosing to have an abortion plummet by a huge percentage? Personally I do think so!

    It will of course mean much more to poorer Canadians than to millionaires........
    but it could be surprising how many stay at home wives with cheap and stingy millionaire husbands who control the purse strings of the home may find this extra five hundred very helpful indeed.

    I suspect that well over eighty percent of of Canadians will spend this money reasonably well and:
    1. enrol their kids in more after school programs.....
    2. begin to purchase a higher percentage of organic produce vs the cheap GMO stuff
    3. purchase a newer car, SUV or half ton truck
    4. do renovations to their homes
    5. hire landscapers to do certain projects on their properties
    6. pay down their debt loads, especially the higher interest ones
    7. buy a new home rather than renting
    8. buy a cottage outside the city so that they can get away for weekends
    9. many will choose to move to rural Canada in order to escape relatively hectic city life
    10. eat at nice restaurants more often

    I suspect that less than ten percent of Canadians will attempt to live off this five hundred dollars / month and simply use it to drink or smoke more.
    To whatever degree this happens the worst cases where these Canadians put themselves and others in danger this can be dealt with by issuing food stamps vs a monthly check.

    I have listened to an audio video over and over again that explains what President Obama did from 2009 - 2014 and I came up with this idea because it is close to being the OPPOSITE to what President Obama did. He gave billions to the top one percent of the top one percent of the INVESTOR CLASS of Americans........ .and if he was expecting a trickle down effect to create jobs..... that certainly DID NOT happen!

    Technically I am also advocating a variation of Quantitative Easing but......
    my plan of sending it to ALL CANADIAN CITIZENS vs sending it pretty much all to INVESTORS.... makes my plan uniquely different.

    Also..... I do have to admit that if Canada's government decided to do one year at two hundred and fifty per month per citizen or legal resident...... this might be a good way to test my program to see how it works and give companies an opportunities to better plan for the shift in the Canadian economy.

    I suspect that this plan will be emulated in the USA shortly after its success in Canada becomes obvious to the majority of us.

    ........ CIA economist Jim Rickards explains what President Obama and his team did from 2009 - 2014 and obviously we need to try something very different than the terribly failed Obama policy of giving billions and billion and billions and billions to the top one percent of the top one percent of the INVESTOR CLASS.... That clearly did not work and DID NOT stimulate the USA Economy so we Canadians should learn from what President Obama did wrong:


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    Quoted from the previous post:

    Dennis Tate
    Central - Nova, N. S., Canada, B0J3C0

    September 28, 2019.

    New Democratic Party Leader Mr. Jagmeet Singh:
    People's Party of Canada Leader Mr. Maxime Bernier:

    Am I wrong to believe that the one hundred and nineteen billion Canadian dollar created in the manner explained above....... for the reasons explained above........ should become a TAXATION CASH COW FOR CANADA'S FEDERAL GOVERNMENT THAT as it is turned over and taxed back into the treasury would actually become one hundred and nineteen billion dollars paid against the Deficit and / or the national debt of Canada?

    Is my impression of this incorrect?

    And while you are thinking about this how about you ask some experts about:

    http://www.politicalforum.com/index...w-scheer-and-m-p-bernier-to-cooperate.560152/

    The situation along the Bay of Fundy is too serious to ignore in the light of the melting that is happening this summer on the land based Greenland Ice Pack.

    "If average ocean levels rose by eight to ten cms (3 or 4 inches) could high tide...
    ... rise by one meter in the Isthmus of Chignecto in Nova Scotia, Canada?


    This question is logical because the geography of Canada's Bay of Fundy produces the world's highest tides. In my part of Nova Scotia in Guysborough County there is very little funnelling of tidal waters......... so high tide is only about one to one point five meters above low tide.

    In the eastern area of the Bay of Fundy high tide levels are up by ten to fifteen meters."

    https://www.bayoffundy.com/about/highest-tides/

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    Thank you for considering all of this information.

    Dennis Tate

    p.s. Mr. Singh... you have such a lead of M.P's over Mr. Bernier that if YOU AND YOUR PARTY began
    discussions with Mr. Bernier several things would happen. You two might be able to dominate the
    media that is not entirely controlled by P. M. Justin Trudeau. Mr. Singh... you could become P. M. of Canada with
    Mr. Maxime Bernier and the PPC holding the balance of power in Ottawa.

    We both know that Mr. Andrew Scheer will not cooperate with Mr. Bernier don't we?
     
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    Mr. Jagmeet Singh..... is it just my imagination or is the following message actually quite funny?

    Mr. Jagmeet Singh... Sir..... I have to get you kind of toughened up if you are going to be
    hanging around with us PPC rednecks from the backwoods type of people..........

    I made it out to an NDP meeting back in 2006 but I was never invited back again......

    My all time record for getting myself kicked out out / disfellowshipped / ostracized/ excommunicated from
    Christian churches is two.... in just over a month back in 1991.......

    ... so I have developed a method of asking annoying questions that depending on the result... I will know
    if I am going to be able to fit in with a group........

    So here I was at the home of Mrs. Jim Boudreau near Antigonish, N. S.,.....

    I was just listening to the meeting but then I decided to test the water........

    I stated essentially....... "You know.... Mr. Peter MacKay does deserve some credit for his
    ability to Hire Up..... His assistant .... at the Antigonish office was truly helpful to my wife during........."

    and there dead silence... you could have heard a pin drop......

    and I was never invited back to an NDP meeting..........

    I get the impression that I need to hate, abhor and despise all Conservatives in order to fit in at NDP meetings.......

    and that would be rather counter productive considering that I am one..... in some areas of my world view at least?!
     
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    Many candidates in several parties across Canada may be able to use the following article by PPC candidate Mr. Al Muir to
    get a discussion going on how best to handle the situation at Boat Harbour?


     
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    Are you sure? To make loans to government or anyone else the Bank of Canada has to have money to loan. And to do that they need to attract deposits themselves or water the currency by issuing more dollars. Either way, the Bank of Canada is charging interest
     
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    That may be true, but if a country borrows money from their own central bank they are basically paying for it through inflation.
     
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    Actually that is a good question because I have to admit that there are several possible good
    sides to what I am ninety nine percent certain was an error that P. M. Pierre E. Trudeau made
    back in 1974.

    Did P. M. Pierre E. Trudeau save the world environment?



    IF indeed there is such a thing as an "Elite".....
    and a powerful case can be presented that indeed there is.......

    these Elite do not hire morons.......
    they actually tend to hire some of the brightest minds of this time period but.......
    they seem to tend to hire people with something of a streak in them that would fit with the
    documentary The Corporation.




    Here is the plus side........ P. M. Pierre E. Trudeau's policy DID DAMPEN THE CANADIAN ECONOMY....
    in comparison to what it probably would have been like if he had not made that arguably terrible decisions but.........


    .... it can be argued that those forty five years of relatively decreased economic activity here in Canada in a sense
    sets up us Canadians who live here in 2019 ....... to experience what could be the most off the scale economic boom that
    has ever been seen in Canadian.......... or I believe in........
    world history!!!!

    We Canadians in 2019 are uniquely prepared to deal with what sure looks like an impending BEAR MARKET..... another possible 1929?!

    Responding to a BEAR market vs a Bull market?

     
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    Yes..... there is a lot of truth in that but........
    SOME INFLATION FUELLED BY OPTIMISM......
    could be a reasonably good thing if indeed we are confronted with a possible
    BEAR MARKET.... another 1929?????


    Here is an example of a type of inflation that could be quite positive and could theoretically even result in both America as well as Canada beginning to operate in the black...... rather than in the red......

    Could a real estate boom plus better Fed policy pay off USA national debt?






    I would like to introduce you to one of Canada's most interesting and talented Christians:



    I met Pastor Faytene (Kryskow) Grasseschi over a decade ago.... (I think)....
    and in one of the last meetings that I met her in her husband walked up to me as I stood in a line for prayer......
    and he said..... "Government.......... government........ government!"

    Then a few moments later Pastor Faytene walked up to me and predicted to me that
    I was going to do things like come up with ways to prevent people from committing suicide........

    Actually... .I do have an idea in mind to do exactly that that is based on something that I am almost certain
    that I read in "Transformed By the Light" by Melvin Morse M. D. He referred to a study in which people who had
    recently attempted suicide......... in which one group of study subjects was simply given near death experience
    accounts to read...... and zero people from that group attempted suicide again during the duration of the study!

    For some strange reason NDE accounts seem to at least somewhat immunize people to attempting suicide....


    https://www.near-death.com/experiences/gay/christian-andreason.html#a04h
     
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    "We never should have privatized our debt and turned it over to the private banks, we should have kept it in the hands of the Bank of Canada, at least a major part of it, because then we would have been paying interest back to ourselves." (NDP Leader Jack Layton)

    Oh Canada Movie 6 - Banking - 5
    Just after the 2:20 minute mark in this video interview:

     

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