COMER, the Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform was established in Canada 1986 and has been investigating what we’ve been studying through the Forum for Stable Currencies: the creation and privilege of ‘money’ which has become a means to control rather than a medium of exchange – through the powers of central banks. Hence we’ve been advocating the Enforcement of the Bank of England Act 1694.
Fortunately, the Global Table continues our debates at lunch time every Wednesday.
This sequence of videos illustrates how a constitutional lawyer challenges the situation via the Canadian government.
“We’ve been forced into an interest addiction by the banks.”
On giving interest-free loans to regional governments – published on 11 February 2015:
This video was published on 30 March 2015 about Canada’s prospect of losing her sovereignty:
And then there is this publication of 28 April 2015 – after 11 minutes in French: