How Canada and the U.S. can wipe out their entire national debtCorruption, World news Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
The entire national debt of both Canada and the United States can be wiped out just by indicting and suing the corporation responsible for financially sabotaging the United States and Canada through debt. The corporation’s assets can be seized as punishment for crimes committed against Canada and the United States and the corporation forfeited. That corporation is a foreign corporation called the Crown. The Crown is not nor has ever been the King or Queen of England or Canada or America. The Crown is not a duly elected nor the democratically elected government of either Canada or the U.S.. The Crown is a “private” corporation. The “Crown” refers to the “City of London,” not the Queen. The City is run by the Bank of England, a “private” corporation. The CITY OF LONDON was incorporated January 1, 1855.
A corporation is a “creature of statute.” All corporations are subject to criminal law. They exists because there are laws that allow them to exist. It has only the rights, powers and privileges granted to it by a government. In the U.S. today state statutes allow corporations to be created. Those statutes give to corporations created under them specific rights, powers and privileges. Generally, a corporation organized under these statutes exists until it dissolves. Both Canada and the U.S. can dissolve a corporation under their respective jurisdictions for violations of the laws of Canada and the U.S.
Both Canada and the U.S. can sue the Crown (a private corporation) for $trillions in damages and clear their entire national debts. Both Canada and the U.S. can sue the Crown because the Crown is a corporation that has abused its rights, powers and privileges and is engaging in unlawful acts or omissions as part of an ongoing criminal organization.
BILL C-45 Corporations can be criminally liable. In the case of offences of absolute or strict liability a corporation is subject to penal liability for any unlawful acts or omissions of the corporation per se or for those of its employees and agents in the context of their corporate duties.
Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act, commonly referred to as the RICO Act or simply RICO, is a United States federal law that provides for extended criminal penalties and a civil cause of action for acts performed as part of an ongoing criminal organization. The RICO Act allows the leaders of a syndicate to be tried for the crimes which they ordered others to do or assisted them, RICO allows the United States to indict the Crown for their crimes against the United States and its people.
By indicting and barring the Crown, both Canada and the United States will never see another debt crisis. The corporation called the Crown is the criminal organization that created the debt.
All taxes collected would remain in Canada and the United States instead of being laundered to the Crown through its treacherous agents in the United States (IRS, Federal Reserve) and Canada (all Crown Corporation).
Property Taxes would be drastically reduced or even eliminated because the property taxes are collected by both the Canadian and U.S. governments for the Crown.
Supporting evidence …. Government of Price Edward Island, Canada states Real Property Tax Act “(3) The taxes collected by the Minister at the rate or rates of taxes levied under this section are the property of the Crown and shall be paid, on collection, into the Operating Fund of the province.”
Real Property Tax Act, RSNB 1973, c R-2 … 5(16)The amount of a payment under subsection (13), (13.1) or (13.2) and any interest on that amount under subsection (15) that are due and unpaid constitute a debt due to the Crown in right of the Province from the person in whose name the real property is assessed, are payable on demand by the Minister of Agriculture, Aquaculture and Fisheries and may be recovered by action in the name of the Crown in right of the Province in any court of competent jurisdiction.
6(1)Subject to subsections (2) and (4), the Minister shall collect