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Letter I Received From The Canadian Mortgage Housing Corporation (CMHC)

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posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 11:26 PM
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Dear Christopher, I work in the Canadian Housing Information Centre, the library and information service at Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) so I only have access to the published documentation produced by CMHC, such as the Annual Report and the Quarterly Financial Report. I forwarded your request last week to the CMHC Corporate Relations Office. They will work with the staff in the other offices at CMHC to answer your questions and will send you a response once one has been prepared. Because of the consultations that they will have to have with the other staff, the Corporate Relations Office may not be able to reply to you immediately but they will do so as soon as they can. Peter Hunter Canadian Housing Information Centre Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation


I'm assuming they need to "consult" with their corporate lawyers as to how to over extend their
definitions so that they don't have to release certain areas of "sensitive information" that
could "quite potentially harm the Canadian Economy"

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posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 11:34 PM
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Ah. Yes. We now have an answer. Now if we only knew the question....



posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 11:36 PM
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Originally posted by Ex_CT2
Ah. Yes. We now have an answer. Now if we only knew the question....


yeh really vague huh, a response to a letter we haven't seen or heard about.
oh if only this had some context!



posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 11:36 PM
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Without any context I may as well be reading the back label of a Nair bottle. It's all well and good there's information there, but unless I'm planning to take the hair off my backside it is pretty pointless innit?



posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 11:42 PM
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Don't you just love government ;-) They sign Bills like C-36 so they can sell all of your private information to foreign governments and corporations, but they won't sell you any information they have on their crooked operations. Go figure?

Here's my letters from;

CSIS and
The Privacy Commissioner

Just looking for information they have on myself, not one of their crooked corporations LOL. All I wanted to do was correct any misinformation they had in my files.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 11:45 PM
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Right on, thanks Dave.

The question is:

What mortgages, and for how much, did CIBC World Markets and BMO Nisbett receive in
government bonds from CMHC who "ascertained" the appropriate amount to buy in
"Maximum Securities Purchased."

You think I'm stupid? I don't know derivatives? How much is it this year?

What is the 'Act'? Is that an aggregate Act like a 'Health Law'? In a Gun Control Bill for instance?

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posted on Jan, 17 2013 @ 11:50 PM
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Originally posted by streetfightingman
reply to post by bobs_uruncle
 


Right on, thanks Dave.

The question is:

What mortgages, and for how much, did CIBC World Markets and BMO Nisbett receive in
government bonds from CMHC who "ascertained" the appropriate amount to buy in
"Maximum Securities Purchased."

You think I'm stupid? I don't know derivatives? How much is it this year?


The corrupt fiat currency and stock market casino systems need to be taken apart. I think a good start would be dismantling the bank of canada and then forgiving all debts, both domestically and internationally, but that would have to occur in every colony, territory and country worldwide for it to be effective. If you leave a little bit of cancer in the host, it will surely regrow again.

BTW, did they respond to you within 30 days? If not, you can have then charged and fined (if they haven't changed the laws again).

Cheers - Dave
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posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 12:05 AM
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I haven't filed anything with OIGCSIS. I did however email the independent auditor general, and my MP and a number of those organizations. They responded, save the general. This is a lot of hard-cover documents
that need to be released. I'm talking about PEI Real Estate Association all the way to Montreal Health Services and Newfoundland Homeless Societies.

I need to register now to dress up in a suit and become a lawyer and fight the Canadian government on their twisted, bass ackwards laws they seem to believe actually exist in the third dimension

responded defined as they received the email, replied with their current statistics and couldn't
provide a response as to why their documents on sedar.com were not available.

My ideology:
When you throw water on someone they're wet. When you shower a corporation with tax dollars,
it's a crown corporation. They're kings. Stop pretending the Conservative government
has society's best interest. This is weird

My stance on jobs:
I believe that we can create jobs effectively in administration posts by creating the necessary posts
that regulate the components of an algorithm that mitigates any risk or inequalities that
exist in legislation or policies that contribute to poverty or withhold information from citizens
that they have a public entitlement to (This is how they're saving or "cutting on government spending.")


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posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 01:02 AM
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Originally posted by streetfightingman
reply to post by bobs_uruncle
 


I haven't filed anything with OIGCSIS. I did however email the independent auditor general, and my MP and a number of those organizations. They responded, save the general. This is a lot of hard-cover documents
that need to be released. I'm talking about PEI Real Estate Association all the way to Montreal Health Services and Newfoundland Homeless Societies.

I need to register now to dress up in a suit and become a lawyer and fight the Canadian government on their twisted, bass ackwards laws they seem to believe actually exist in the third dimension

responded defined as they received the email, replied with their current statistics and couldn't
provide a response as to why their documents on sedar.com were not available.

My ideology:
When you throw water on someone they're wet. When you shower a corporation with tax dollars,
it's a crown corporation. They're kings. Stop pretending the Conservative government
has society's best interest. This is weird

My stance on jobs:
I believe that we can create jobs effectively in administration posts by creating the necessary posts
that regulate the components of an algorithm that mitigates any risk or inequalities that
exist in legislation or policies that contribute to poverty or withhold information from citizens
that they have a public entitlement to (This is how they're saving or "cutting on government spending.")


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Entitlement? That's a funny word. I just had a bit of a disagreement with the CRA and the woman there, the auditor, called my tax refund an entitlement at which point I literally blew up. She and the CRA can go F themselves, what she was refering to is MY tax money being returned to me under their allegedly "voluntary" system of compliance (with penalties, so we can call it what it is, extortion). So I sat down and I did some research into this mythical beast known as the CRA. Did you know that they aren't even a government agency, they are a subdivision of the bank of canada. Did you know that you can invoice these bitches for having to operate within their tax/regulatory compliance scam? You can. I fired off a $67,000 invoice just before Christmas for one of my companies. Actually, the link in my sig below goes to the article I wrote and has the references.

Now, since the CRA is a dollar sucking machine directly for the bank of canada (a wholly owned and operated IMF/World Bank corporation), I would bet dollars to donuts that the CHMC is another dollar sucking corporation for the IMF through the government instead or at least a risk reduction corporation for the IMF. They shift the debt responsibility onto the tax payers from the banks, read IMF, when the banks start seeing their derivitives getting into trouble. Remember the $114 billion that Harper had transferred back in 2008/2009 when he stated publicly on TV that Canada didn't have a banking problem. What can you expect though, harper does nothing but lie.

So, you have your work cut out for you if you are trying to research these bitches. I got stone-walled on just researching myself and I am nobody LOL even if my past and knowledge of it, creates national security issues. I wish you all the luck in finding out what you need to, but to be sure, these people will stall forever, they think have all the time in the world ;-)

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 12:01 PM
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A new reply from the MP Office:




You ARE the provincial government From: laurie.hawn@parl.gc.ca To: younginvestoredmonton@hotmail.ca Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2013 10:57:00 -0500 Subject: RE: RE:RE:Update Hi again Chris, I think that you will need to contact the provincial government of Alberta on this matter. Jordan Jordan Fraser Parliamentary Assistant Hon. Laurie Hawn, PC, CD, MP Edmonton Centre E-mail: laurie.hawn@parl.gc.ca Tel: 613-992-4524 Fax: 613-943-0044


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posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 12:26 PM
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Lo and behold,

Now is the time that I aggregate all of my revenue and channel it towards
filing for litigation

cas-ncr-nter03.cas-satj.gc.ca...

I was told it was 150$ to fill out the first form of claiming an action such as requesting
the affidavits from Revenue Canada or the Bank of Canada or Statistics Canada.

How much money? Probably ... 5000$ at least? ... Yeah I don't know where I'll get the funding

Unless.. do you think I could incorporate as a Law Firm with no initial credibility, and claim
these filing fees as business expenses?

The best part is I get this response from the Registration Office:
"Well have you contacted your MLA?" I responsed, "yes." And she said "Well how
about your Member of Parliament?" Should I call Ghost Busters next?


Is this our new criminal liaison?

These bankers can't be for real. They must be ghosts.
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posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 03:26 PM
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Access to Information Act

22. [Amendment]

23. [Amendment]

24. [Amendment]
Copyright Act

25. [Amendment]

26. [Amendment]
Department of Veterans Affairs Act

27. [Amendment]
Excise Tax Act

28. [Amendment]
Financial Administration Act

29. [Amendment]

30. [Amendment]
Historic Sites and Monuments Act

31. [Amendment]
Income Tax Act

32. [Amendment]
Injured Military Members Compensation Act

33. [Amendment]
Nunavut Land Claims Agreement Act

34. [Amendment]
Parliament of Canada Act

35. [Amendment]
Pension Act

36. [Amendment]
Privacy Act

37. [Amendments]

38. [Amendment]

39. [Amendment]

40. [Amendment]

41. [Amendment]
Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act

42. [Amendment]
Public Sector Compensation Act

43. [Amendment]



posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 04:17 PM
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Start a federally incorporated "information research" company either for profit or non-profit. The costs in disbursements are about $200. Then apply for an HST/GST type remittance number so you can claw back your expenses GST/HST from the government. By having a corporation, you can write-off all of your "research" expenses including any disbursements for documents from the government. If you have to chase around for information, you should be able to write-off gasoline, car insurance, partial payments and any other direct expenses. If you set up a desk in your house on which to perform your research, you can write-off part of your mortgage or rental expenses, part of your utilities, part of your phone lines/internet charges, etc. If you start a web page to present your research to the public, you can write-off your web expenses, domain names, server farm charges, etc. At the end of your corporations fiscal year, you can file your HST/GST return for payment ot refund, depending on whether you made money or not and you can provide the CRA with an invoice of the actual time at a reasonable hourly rate plus any legitimate expenses for doing both your HST/GST return and your corporate tax return.

Have fun ;-) And if they give you grief, like an audit, file your invoice with them, fill out a form 193 if they don't pay your invoice, apply for arbitration from the BOC if necessary and then file an FOIA request with the CRA for ALL of your tax records and notes on your file.

ETA Links

FOIA Treasury
FOIA Canada

I would put up an FOIA link for the Bank of Canada, but they don't have one seeing as how it's the IMF, a criminal ponzi scam corporation.


Cheers - Dave
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posted on Jan, 18 2013 @ 07:12 PM
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This sounds terrific, except that I would need a loan to begin a business. Even if I was able to claim my full rent and food and clothes as business expenses I would only have 1588/month for litigation fees against the Federal Government

-as well,

I received a call from Epcor's Corporate Relations Manager; I can't recall the exact title but it
was definitely an individual who had top-down access to this sort of information. I don't know
what decision he had made, but I left a voice mail that had a message tone that sounded like:

"Hi, this is X, I received your email in regards to X, My number is X (decrease tone), Talk to you soon"

And he didn't call me back today.

I've got a team of people on the other side of me who are scrambling to consult one-another
in regards to the acts they can utilize to mitigate their financial obligations to society.

There is no such thing as non-profit corporations. A Corporation is a for-profit business. Unless somebody
has the same agenda as you, or you pay back the loans in kind, then you have a subsequent interest
at stake
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posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 01:41 PM
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Originally posted by streetfightingman
This sounds terrific, except that I would need a loan to begin a business. Even if I was able to claim my full rent and food and clothes as business expenses I would only have 1588/month for litigation fees against the Federal Government

-as well,

I received a call from Epcor's Corporate Relations Manager; I can't recall the exact title but it
was definitely an individual who had top-down access to this sort of information. I don't know
what decision he had made, but I left a voice mail that had a message tone that sounded like:

"Hi, this is X, I received your email in regards to X, My number is X (decrease tone), Talk to you soon"

And he didn't call me back today.

I've got a team of people on the other side of me who are scrambling to consult one-another
in regards to the acts they can utilize to mitigate their financial obligations to society.

There is no such thing as non-profit corporations. A Corporation is a for-profit business. Unless somebody
has the same agenda as you, or you pay back the loans in kind, then you have a subsequent interest
at stake
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Like I said, you are going to have probably a long time waiting with these characters. On the corporate side....

Actually, there are non-profit corporations, you just have to expend all the money you bring in on actual employees, direct services, direct expenses, charities, etc., it does not mean you cannot give yourself an allegedly taxable salary for management of the non-profit company. As far as for-profit corporations, losses are accumulated and carried forward placed into a shareholder loan or shareholder equity account line item. Shareholder loans and shareholder equity are deemed already taxed by the CRA because those monies generally come from income that has already been taxed. Therefore if you want to reduce tax burdens on a yearly basis you can take money back from your shareholder equity or loan account without paying taxes on that money a second time. In addition, any accumulated losses expired after seven years can be converted into capital losses and of course this helps when selling shares or a non-primary property.

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 03:13 PM
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Well who is giving the corporation the revenue? The government. So the government sets the
initiatives and policies that you have to adhere to in order to receive funding.

And I don't support our current government's initiatives. Or their future initiatives.



posted on Jan, 19 2013 @ 09:00 PM
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Originally posted by streetfightingman
reply to post by bobs_uruncle
 


Well who is giving the corporation the revenue? The government. So the government sets the
initiatives and policies that you have to adhere to in order to receive funding.

And I don't support our current government's initiatives. Or their future initiatives.


You put up a website to sell the information to interested parties. I mean if you go through all the work to gather the information that is extremely hard to get, it could be sold to other people or corporations. That's how marketing research works, it has nothing to do with getting money from the government or them having the ability to set your or anyone else's corporate startegy or agenda.

I don't support the current government's agenda either. I'd like to see all the treasonous bastards hung, after a fair trial of course ;-)

Cheers - Dave



posted on Jan, 20 2013 @ 03:38 AM
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Sure.

Let's get the information we already requested first

Then let's sell it.


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