CAP Press Release - Quebec As A Nation? Canada As A Nation?

Posted on Thursday, November 23 at 18:06 by whelan costen
Duceppe has declared he likes the idea of adopting the U.S. dollar. He and Jack Layton had a similar skit back in August. (see article http://www.canadianactionparty.ca/temp/press_releases/Layton_and_Duceppe_on_Monetary_sovereignty.asp) Any nation knows if they don’t control their money, they are not sovereign. Just look at what has happened to Canada, when Mulroney turned over money creation to the private banks; see how the people became enslaved to corporate money profiteers! We owe them approximately $435 billion and the majority of it is interest. Once we (including Quebec) are fully absorbed under the North American corporate rule, we will be able to share in the U.S. debt as well. We can help pay for their wars, sacrifice our social programs and solidify our perpetual enslavement. Harper and Martin before him, have committed to the North American absorption of the entire nation through the Security and Prosperity agreement and other trade deals. So really who’s playing who? In the end they are both on the same page, destruction of Canada as a sovereign nation is the goal and we all know it. Secret meetings in Banff are not so secret anymore, perhaps these fellows ought to read the news. The rich Quebec culture, language and traditions will be sacrificed along with every other region in Canada. Interestingly our recent PMs have been able to speak both official languages but none seem to speak the language of the people of Canada, in any province! -30- Contact : Catherine Whelan Costen Canadian Action Party President PH: 403-660-0449 email: cathpublish@wildroseinternet.ca www.canadianactionparty.ca [Proofreader's note: this article was edited for spelling and typos on November 24, 2006]

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