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Minister Charges Local Lawyer with Discrimination 2002
- For Immediate Release
November 26, 2002
Minister Charges Local Lawyer with Discrimination
Edmonton: In a rare move, an Alberta man has pressed charges of discrimination against an Edmonton lawyer. The culmination of a yearlong battle between the Man and the Toronto Dominion Bank, he is standing his ground to keep his sanctuary. A Christian minister, Edward-Jay-Robin: Belanger is refusing to give up his church and sanctuary and charged the local lawyer under sections 126, 176, 336, and 423 under the Criminal Code of Canada. He is part of a small, yet growing group of ordinary citizens who are taking on the major banks of the country.
"It's time the Christian, bible believing people of this country put an end to the usury bestowed on them by the powers which be. As we all know the banks and government keep getting richer at the expense of the sweat and blood of the 'little guy," says Minister Belanger. "The middle class is disappearing into poverty in this country because the government and the banks want to see us all drowning in credit debt." According to Minister Belanger, banks perform an exchange not a loan and should not be charging interest, which are usury and a violation of his beliefs.
"As you know, our country doesn't have Gold to back its money, our moneys value is from our people, from the population. If you go to the bank and they say they'll loan you 10 grand, I sign my name on that dotted line, they take that piece of paper to the Bank of Canada because it is deemed funds. The bank of Canada then takes those funds and performs an exchange not a loan. The original funds come from the value of the signature - from your signature - the banks are exchanging your funds and name for money also funds. The teachings of God speak against such usury. Canadians need to really think about what the banks are doing in this country. Why do they keep posting astronomical profits, while most people can't get ahead, maybe can't even keep themselves afloat? Everyone should let the banks and the government knows they won't allow it to continue.
Minister Belanger is well known in local courtrooms for his bequest of lawyers, judges and police officers to verify their sanction and authority by explaining the meaning of their Oaths of Allegiance. The Oath includes pledging allegiance to the Queen of England, who is also the head of the Church of England, defender of the faith.
"As a Commonwealth country, citizens should be aware that Canada was built on those same principles and the countries representatives -its politicians, judges, and police officers- should be accountable under what this country was founded on-God," he explains. "If a representative refuses to acknowledge the Bible are they true allegiants or are they imposters?" questions the Minister.
While he eagerly awaits the outcome of the charges against the lawyer, Minister Belanger hopes others will stand up and take notice.
For more information contact:
Minster Edward-Jay-Robin: Belanger
1-306-542-8181 email: firstname.lastname@example.org