Observations in Point Form


The following is a point-form explaination on how the Imperial Parliament
has set up a system, in Canada, which is based on genocide and founded upon
banking fraud.

1. William and Mary, Orangemen, take to the Throne in the
late 17th., century.

2. Bank of England established under their "rule",

3. The "Civil List" comes about in 1697, Civil List
pensions off the monarch(s) and the Imperial Parliament effectively becomes
the monarch.

4. The Imperial Parliament becomes the monarch but the
monarch is not the Imperial Parliament.

5. 1670 Prince Rupert backs investors who set up the
"Governor and Company of Adventurers Trading into Hudson's Bay". The
principal shareholders set up a competitive company called the "North-west
Company" which was alleged to be of French origin.

6. *Royal Proclamation 1763*. By the Civil List George the
Third made this Proclamation for the Imperial Parliament, for reasons
unknown to me.

7. In the Royal Proclamation 1763 it is stated all lands
other than the 13 colonies is Indian Territory. (Indian comes from the root;
los Indios, meaning, those without the "Christian" soul.

8. Management of Indian royalties is run out of the Home
Office for Plantations and Colonies from 1763 until 1861 when it was
transferred to the Province of Canada.

9. In 1862 the Duke of Newcastle makes loan "arrangements"
with Fleet Street. The "loan" was for twelve million pounds sterling to
build useless railways (this can be found in the * Canada Railway Loan
Bill*of 1867). The loan was to run due in December 1867.

10. February 1867 the *British North America Bill* is debated
in the Imperial Parliament. The Bill was not given Royal Assent.

11. Prior to 1867 there were two financial funds in the
Province of Canada. One was the *Consolidated Revenue Fund*, holding revenue
raised from all taxation sources, and the other, the *Indian Fund* which
held Indian Royalties.

12. In 1867 the two funds were merged and what was left was
the *Consolidated Revenue Fund*. This was brought about as a money
laundering scheme intended to fleece the Indians out of their royalties and
to forward those royalties off to Fleet Street. The debt was to have taken
40 years to pay down but was paid off in 8 years.

13. 1869 Governor General Monck completes his report on the
surrender of the Hudson's Bay Charter and concludes the HBC owned no land.
This is interesting because the HBC sold land it didn't own to (House of
Lord member) Selkirk who was responsible for the Selkirk Settlement.

14. The lands in the area of Toronto are still recognized as
being Indian Territory as illustrated in the "Toronto Land Claims Commission
Report" of 2003 wherein there was no * bona fide *treaty entered into with
the Mississaugas and Algonquin Tribes.