‘They’re robbing us’: 12-year-old exposes Canada’s banking flaws, goes viral

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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:16 AM
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What a brilliant little girl, perhaps she should run for office, she already appears to be over qualified for the job and more intelligent than current politicians. Maybe she can come and speak to our congress in the states and tell them what is happening here in America as well. Sad even children have a clue...Good job.

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Economists around the world are struggling to break free of the clutches of the financial crisis but a Canadian girl explains exactly what needs to be done.

Victoria Grant, 12, became an overnight Internet sensation after a video of her slamming Canada’s banks and the government for robbing the people, went viral.


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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:18 AM
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OK, so, her solution is to print money, a whole ton of it, one more time. Sounds like a junky solution. Just one more hit, man. Come on, let me fire up the presses. No man! I can't pay you with anything worth a lick, but I promise to print out an IOU, straight from the bank of Canada, in the name of the people of Canada.

Uhhhh, major fail there. How does continuing to do what is currently being done solve anything by just changing who is doing it?

Not only that, but in this age of globalization, Canada extends beyond this little girl's entire understanding. It's all but official that we are nothing more than pieces on a global puzzle. Canada is definitely sitting at this puzzle party, as is their debt, credit, and entire livelihood. Pity them that they have fostered a nanny-state and are being outbred by islamists and others.

Canada, entrapped in the stupid quasi-Socialist mindset, and thoroughly entrenched in cultural blandness, is not going to be sitting pretty just because circular reasoning is cute when correctly spoken from the mouth of a girl who demonstrates perfectly the exact age and mentality of those who trick us with their older appearance and fancy sounding positions, ivy league education, and total inability to form a personal thought that doesn't myopically pursue a dangerous agenda-- as well intentioned or evil as it may be.

What Canada needs is Jesus, child, sho nuff.

You do realize that it's like, literally impossible for the various global economies to sustain themselves, and they're all linked in some fatal way, right?

And the fact that this is corollary to the extreme injection of evil into the West, global politics, and the absolute reduction in morality worldwide?

And the fact that, despite the problems all of mankind faces, the West, for the most part, did have a strong sense of how not to be a total idiot with your money. There used to be a time when if you didn't have the money, and it wasn't an absolutely dire emergency, or a business start-up related cause, you didn't just prance your happy butt down to the store and buy the thing anyway at some outrageous rate. The kid ain't totally wrong, she's correct that all money is debt in the present system. But her answer to that was to make money appear from the press, as if it's worth something. It's paper. It's supposed to be an IOU to take the place of bulky coins and to circumvent the desire to hoard precious metals-- metals which, technically, according to the system, truly do belong to the people. That is a big problem with power and money seeking maniacs. So they work the system until it basically is a total joke as far as the common man is concerned. But you don't fix the issue of the people and their worth being leveraged by leveraging the people and their worth. You certainly don't stay peaceful and undisturbed by shirking your debt to foreign powers, especially heavy players. Has the kid ever seen a mob flick? Ya know the part where the head boss doesn't like being taken for a fool and does heinous things to the offending non-paying party? That generally happens on a national level when debts to foreign powers become an issue; offering one's entire country and people, with no explored possible issues with this system, nor talking with one's debtors and working out agreeable solutions prior, is ridiculous and asking for bad things. Some joke country like Iceland can get away with it, but a country like Canada? Canuck, please. Ain't gonna happen.

In 2011, Canada's debt exceeded that of the UK at almost 85% of GDP. The US was at 102% that year. For every dollar Canada is worth, they owe 85%. If Canada was to nationally liquidate, they'd be left with 15% of their entire worth. That's not enough to start a viable economy on. They'd have to borrow. Can you hear the devil laughing at the mess he's got the world in with his insane ideas and the rejection of Christ?



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:19 AM
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I saw this about three weeks ago and I completely agreed with her. Of course, coming from a 12 year old, I was imagining something a little less eloquent but she handles herself so well. If someone of this age can be so awake to reality then why does it have to be so hard for everyone else. I would like to meet her parents and congratulate them on raising someone to be proud of, they obviously put a lot of work into educating her properly.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:21 AM
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That was a fast response, two minutes to be exact. So tell me, did you read that article, watch the whole video, then write your response to the thread in two minutes?



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:26 AM
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And tell me within these quotes where exactly you get a FAIL from?

“What I’ve discovered is that banks and the government have colluded to financially enslave the people of Canada,”

“And they are not doing anything about this. So they are just standing by and watching the private banks make us pay compounded interest.”

“It has become painfully obvious even for me, a 12-year-old Canadian, that we are being defrauded and robbed by the banking system and a complicit government,”

"the government should stop borrowing from private banks and start borrowing from the Bank of Canada with little to no interest.”

I see only knowledge and intelligence in this girls words. Why the hell should we allow our government and the private banks to dictate to us the amount of interest we MUST pay on something they created out of nothing. When money was printed directly through the Bank of Canada, the money went directly to Canada, as a matter of fact they funded the trans-canada highway. Now that private banks print the money the taxpayers do not spend their money on infrastructure, they line the pockets of CEO's instead. You may not see the appeal in her idea but it makes a hell of a lot more sense that what we are doing now.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:32 AM
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Originally posted by Augustine62
OK, so, her solution is to print money, a whole ton of it, one more time. Sounds like a junky solution.


No, her solution is not to print money, it's to start borrowing from the Bank of Canada at "little to no interest" instead of the privately owned banks. Did you watch the same video as I did??

It really is quite simple if people would just investigate it as this young lady has. Kudos to her!
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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:39 AM
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Originally posted by Daedal
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That was a fast response, two minutes to be exact. So tell me, did you read that article, watch the whole video, then write your response to the thread in two minutes?



No, I actually had seen this video before and had the post saved in my computer files. The video is a bit old and not exactly fresh.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:40 AM
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Originally posted by Daedal
reply to post by Augustine62
 


That was a fast response, two minutes to be exact. So tell me, did you read that article, watch the whole video, then write your response to the thread in two minutes?



seeing as how the video's been posted on ats about 30 times now, a speedy response isn't all that unlikely.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:41 AM
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Originally posted by Iamonlyhuman

Originally posted by Augustine62
OK, so, her solution is to print money, a whole ton of it, one more time. Sounds like a junky solution.


No, her solution is not to print money, it's to start borrowing from the Bank of Canada at "little to no interest" instead of the privately owned banks. Did you watch the same video as I did??

It really is quite simple if people would just investigate it as this young lady has. Kudos to her!
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And where does the money from the Bank of Canada come from? Osmosis? Hopin' and Wishin'? Try the printing press, or just a digital one that "prints" to a server.

Either way, she's wanting to answer the negatives of a manipulated fiat currency with a devalued and manipulated fiat currency.

You don't get out of debt by making more debt.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:48 AM
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Could you please share the link with me, because if it's already posted then maybe we can share our discussion on that thread.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:48 AM
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Originally posted by TheSparrowSings
reply to post by Augustine62
 


And tell me within these quotes where exactly you get a FAIL from?

1)“What I’ve discovered is that banks and the government have colluded to financially enslave the people of Canada,”

2) “And they are not doing anything about this. So they are just standing by and watching the private banks make us pay compounded interest.”

3)“It has become painfully obvious even for me, a 12-year-old Canadian, that we are being defrauded and robbed by the banking system and a complicit government,”

4)"the government should stop borrowing from private banks and start borrowing from the Bank of Canada with little to no interest.”

I see only knowledge and intelligence in this girls words. Why the hell should we allow our government and the private banks to dictate to us the amount of interest we MUST pay on something they created out of nothing. When money was printed directly through the Bank of Canada, the money went directly to Canada, as a matter of fact they funded the trans-canada highway. Now that private banks print the money the taxpayers do not spend their money on infrastructure, they line the pockets of CEO's instead. You may not see the appeal in her idea but it makes a hell of a lot more sense that what we are doing now.


(I only edited your post to add numbers to reply:
1) I see nothing wrong at all with that statement on its own. It's true, but truth plus error = error, and the rest is largely error.

2) OK. See #1

3) #1

4) Here we go! Finally, the crux of the matter:

So she wants to borrow from the Bank of Canada at little to no interest. Low to no interests indicates an almost complete lack of value. Your various savings plans with the horrible interest rate? Your worth is undervalued, much like she is proposing Canada to do. High interest rates indicate worth of the item, for it "costs" a lot to lend it- you are technically lending play money to banks when you deposit, it's how they do business, play with it. That's why they can post losses.

As I said, Canada still has a debt which is at least 85% of its GDP. To get out of debt, they have to pay that back... and she proposes they pay it back with a devalued currency.


So what she says makes more sense to you than what is being done currently. Well, "more sense" doesn't equal "sensible", it just means more sense starting from 0. So she pegs the sense-meter to 1? 1 = continued fail.



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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But if they did that, how would the parliament, and here in the United States, the congress, get the bribe (I mean donations sorry) money from these private national banking systems.

I mean they have to work a whole 130 days a year 3 or 4 days a week, and have an average salary of $174,000 a year plus "expense accounts" and life time pension and healthcare. Not to mention they now have to name the lobbyists and have to worry keeping their insider trading legal.

How else are they supposed to make it in this world?
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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:55 AM
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Originally posted by Daedal
reply to post by Augustine62
 


That was a fast response, two minutes to be exact. So tell me, did you read that article, watch the whole video, then write your response to the thread in two minutes?



Good catch! It is truly amazing the resources, speed and insight some have!

Almost machine-like reflexes and knowledge base!



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 10:57 AM
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The reasons for the bank fiscal problems as explained by a twelve year old.
Does this lead to the "..if a 12 year old can figure it out..." albeit she is an extremely intellectual and well versed one.

I don't care how many times stuff like this is posted on ATS.
The average citizens having their voices heard should be seen as much as possible, IMO.

To remind us not everyone has turned into apathetic distracted - not gonna say the z-word, (smiles)

She kind of reminds me of another young Canadian woman who used her brain and democratic voice:
And who held her own in an interview with CBC's Evan Solomon - who finally decided to play dirty reporter:



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 11:07 AM
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The 12 year old is very smart, but it's common sense stuff here.

My six year old would this out



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 11:07 AM
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The best answer is not hers, its mine.
First, destroy the government,
Second, rebuild a new government
Third, new government give the middle finger to the private banks.
Fourth, if private banks retaliate, declare them "subversive movement against the public", thus declared enemy



Debt ? Say "Thanks for all the fish" and give them the middle finger.
If international sanction performed, lets them collect from the previous government, "we are not paying"
Juche all the way!



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 11:09 AM
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Originally posted by Daedal
reply to post by Augustine62
 


That was a fast response, two minutes to be exact. So tell me, did you read that article, watch the whole video, then write your response to the thread in two minutes?



Almost like waiting for this vid to appear and having a pre-written rebuttal?

hmmmm.

Peace



posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 11:14 AM
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So the fail really is your understanding of what the girl has said. The difference between the BoC or Bank of Canada and charted banks is the interest that is attached. When the government borrows from the chartered banks it does attached with interest. If you are given 30 dollars with 5% interest, where is the $1.50 com from to pay the interest? So the premise is that instead of always having that interest to pay that we borrow interest free from the bank of Canada. The only problem is for the first couple years our buying power internationally would drop from our inflated currency. Even though this was not so much the fact with the states when they had their bailouts the last couple years.
Your points you try to make do come across as quite arrogant. I would also like you to rethink your demeanor towards Canadians. I wonder how well our southern neighbors would do if we revoke our electricity and fresh water contract. I always laugh when people say our economy would default. As long as demand was high enough for lumber that would just about float us by itself. We have; oil, gold, diamonds, natural gas, lumber, fresh water, other precious metals, agriculture and farmland. With only a 1/10 the population of the states you can imagine we haven't raped and pillaged our resources quite the same.

Below is a latter I did to a MP that was forwarded on, yet for me to hear a reply from Flaherty.

Dear Brett,

Thank you for your e-mail.

I have forwarded it to the Minister of Finance, the Honourable Jim Flaherty for his consideration and comment. I have asked that he reply to you directly.

I appreciate you taking the time to share your thoughts and opinions with me. Please feel free to contact me at any time to discuss this or any other issue concerning the federal government.

Sincerely,
Ron Cannan, MP

Kelowna - Lake Country

“Your Kelowna – Lake Country voice in Ottawa”
(250) 470-5075 (Constituency Office in Capri Mall)
(613) 992-7006 (Parliament Hill Office)
www.cannan.ca


From:
Sent: June 11, 2010 1:06 PM
To: Cannan, Ron - M.P.
Subject: BoC

Hello, my name is Brett Ritson, I wrote to you about bill C-428 in March. I am writing you today with some concerns with the financial situation of our country. It seems to me that we are not taking advantage of our nations bank, the Bank of Canada. I am curious if you have any suggestions as to why?

The Bank of Canada Act of 1934 is a law providing it with a monopoly on the issuance of banknotes. Its stated purpose is to "promote the economic and financial well-being of Canada. So why is it that most government spending is done through commercial chartered banks? This has led to the Bank of Canada only issuing 5% of our currency. The other 95% is created by commercial banks with interest attached. This means with compounded interest, our governments spending equates to about 9% towards principal (services and goods) and the other 91% towards interest.

To me, this seems like were digging our own giant grave, jeopardizing the wellbeing of the populace. We have the resources available, yet we still rely on the commercial banks. I know for myself, alarms start going off when a country is in a recession and banks are making record profits, at $1.5 billion a quarter. To put a billion in perspective, a billion seconds ago it was 1980.

The Bank of Canada is a Crown owned corporation, therefore, it is owned by the tax payers of Canada. Now, I would say it is fiscally responsible for the Bank of Canada to be making over 1.5 billion a quarter rather than the commercial banks. I am relatively ignorant to the subject and hope you have some insight into our governments actions.

I appreciate your time in addressing my concerns and look forward to your response.

Thank you, Brett

P.S. Since when have stores had the right to deny taking 100 and 50 dollar bill denominations? It is legal tender and I thought no ones money can be denied.


Notice that the same 160 million to interest alone, she must have watched the O'Canada documentary.
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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 11:14 AM
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what Canada needs is jesus


We already tried that:
That's why there are almost no Indians left and the wealth of Canada is all based on UNHONORED treaties and stolen land
unhonored by the christians not the indians
more jesus???!!! PuLEASE...

What Canada needs is intelligent integrity in its democratically elected leadership,
not some apaic infested Israeli first FAKE CHRISTIAN globalist LUCIFERIAN F-wads commiting residential schools on the whole population.

We have our own NATIONALIZED Canada owned bank, yet we are borrowing from these luciferians Bankers
and who did this to us?
Satanist christians like Trudeau and Harper, and their aipac controlled party hacks.
oh sorry,
did I say christians?
I meant Satanist Luciferian globalists

There is a reason for the separation of religion and politics
its called reality
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posted on Jun, 3 2012 @ 11:16 AM
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Originally posted by Daedal
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Could you please share the link with me, because if it's already posted then maybe we can share our discussion on that thread.


pick a link, any link.

www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

www.abovetopsecret.com...

there's plenty more. just put "12 year old banking" into the search engine and you'll find them all.





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