12 Year Old Girl Explains The Crimes Of The Canadian Banking System

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She gave this speech at a business meeting in front of 600 people. Her eyes have been opened to a scam that is being perpetrated upon Canadians and the rest of the world.

45 Comments on 12 Year Old Girl Explains The Crimes Of The Canadian Banking System

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  2. Some might be interested to hear your interpretation of our economic system’s history…but just knocking a girl’s effort, is contrary to usefulness.

  3. Alberto // May 2, 2012 at 10:29 pm //

    What a pathetic little word play by a neocon parent. The kid didn’t write such complex sophistry. It is no different than the parents who dress little kids up in tiaras and barbie doll clothes in the name of being cutesy and exploiting their fantasies.

    And to read the comments from people who obviously believe the kid actually knew what she was talking about is simply hilarious. Some comments are long and involved indicating they are responding to another “expert”
    What a joke.

  4. Bless this little girl. She is smart, awake and powerful. It is wonderful to see people awakening to the truth of this scientifically manipulated prison. As i always stated DEATH to the banker scum, royal families, governments and all the federal alphabet agencies of the world. I’ve always regarded an elite of anykind to be a parasite. You don’t waste your time with parasites. You just destroy them.
    P.S check out people like Alan Watt at breakingthroughthematrix.com

  5. Skeptical // April 30, 2012 at 3:35 pm //

    Parents living vicariously through their offspring; awesome form of parenting.

  6. Silberfuchs // April 25, 2012 at 3:51 pm //

    There’s no reason for this to be a video. There is no photographic action, besides, the audio is horrible and hardly a word can be heard, much less understood. Put it in writing and we’ll take a look at it!

  7. All money is loaned into circulation, and must be paid back plus interest. The money supply is a permanent debt that must compound to astronomical amounts and will bankrupt all nations.

    So explain this “teacher” if you can.

    Mark Cocking is an expert in the banking field and he says what this girl is saying is the way it is.

    I havent heard anyone representing the current system come close to being able to clear any of this up. What do you have enlightening to say? Besides Slander “Putz”

  8. STOP FEEDING YOUR DAUGHTER THIS LIBERAL PROGHANDA.. .what a pile of bullshit, next time you want to write a speech on Economics study economics don’t watch zeitgiest you putz.

    ^^ -I currently teach economics.

  9. We are forced to borrow money at interest. Either on a personal, or government, business level.

    ¨Interest has a critical fault. So long as it exists, there’s no neutralizing or stabilizing
    of its consequences; its inherent processes are perpetual, and irreversible.¨

    Search for Mathematically Perfected Economy. Join our Skype discussion (lots of Canadians in there as well). Jason Draper from the Independant Party of Canada is one of them and he adopted MPE.

    United we stand, divided we fall

  10. Shi Cheverie // April 18, 2012 at 2:44 pm //

    AMEN!! What a great career this wonderful young lady has ahead of her. I applaud her AND her parents.

  11. Alex Plante // April 17, 2012 at 10:23 am //

    Great speech, but 30 years too late. Her parents should have made this speech when they were kids in 1982, when interest rates were at 20%. Even better, her grandparents and their friends and co-workers should have been making this speech at the time. Most of our government debt is a consequence of the usurious rates inflicted by the Bank of Canada in the early 80s. Everything else is just compounded interest on past debt. I was a teenager at the time, got involved in politics & joined the NDP because I was strongly opposed to the Monetarist policies, but even the NDP were very luke-warm in their opposition to the Bank of Canada. (BTW I’m no longer an NDPer).

  12. Wholly CryptCRAP.
    i wonder if when i do stop LMSL (LosingMyS#itLaughing) i will be able to get over and past, forget about the HELLarity of comparing …
    *Banking & Government Systems* to PARENTS…Both (ofCourse) “Having the Well Being of the Child in Mind”

    oh, “in principle” (mmm, Of Course – Dahling)
    PFT, BwaHaHaHa…and HA.

    really? REALLY? as if. as if Such a


    could be made in This Day&Age without inducing uproarious laughter to the point of near madness.
    LUNACY . utter NonSense.
    Do want to say “THANKS” doh. The absolute Void of ~RealHumanSpirit~ does not Change the Fact, that reading the words gave me the Gift of a real,deep bellied, gut ripping ~LAUGH~.
    Laughter is good. and? psst…there is Good. there is Bad. sh, don’t tell anyone i said so, but there really Really…IS.
    again, “Thanks” and Smile&Wave

  13. Darryl @ Starting Trends // April 16, 2012 at 5:32 pm //

    Very well said. Our Canadian economy is in desperate need of being fixed and it will only get worse unless drastic changes are made soon.

  14. Very commendable. Appears to be a clever girl. However, listen to some of the points: Near the end of the video she suggests the Canadian Government just “print the money” to clear the debt with the BoC. This is not possible – it’s economic suicide that would lead to hyper inflation and devaluation of the currency. (there are some African states that are trying to do this even today – with disastrous consequences).
    Don’t get me wrong – I think we can do things to improve the financial system and I agree that banks are getting way to fat on the backs of ordinary citizens but I’m not convinced the solution is as simple as outlined in this 5 minute video clip.
    BUT hopefully it gets people talking and debating and understanding more about the topic with the aim of improving the situation for Canada – and most importantly, hard working Canadians.

  15. Facing42 // April 13, 2012 at 4:26 am //

    :) It is my daughter and I am the original uploader. The video above points back to the original upload so everything is good.

  16. Facing42 // April 13, 2012 at 4:24 am //

    Actually, you should probably review your history a bit more and should probably review the Banking Act.
    Your comment fails to address any of the points in the video. Whether Fractional Reserve Lending existed prior to the Bank of Canada is irrelevent to her argumentation.
    Try dealing with the issue of compounded interest. You believe it to be a good thing? A bad thing? A non point? Would love to hear your take on compounded interest.

  17. Facing42 // April 13, 2012 at 4:20 am //

    Well, that was a pleasant story. A very interesting idealogy. no right or wrong…just action and reaction. No human rights. No liberties or freedoms. Just a chaotic cycle of action and reaction.
    Interesting. I would love to see you fight in a court of law using this theory if someone caused you harm. If you truly believed this, then you would have no argument to defend yourself but you could only hope that you could provide some benefit for your judge greater then the person you are suing. And how can a mere animal that believes in neither good nor evil, bad or good, right or wrong ever hope. What is it you would hope for? Your words are meaningless, your thoughts are meaningless, your actions are only meant to serve a base chemical reaction of gain power. Interesting. It is not the only way. Your way is not life. Your way is apathy.

  18. Janette Smith // April 12, 2012 at 2:15 pm //

    Perhaps it was her mother who helped her out. It doesn’t pay to perpetuate misogyny.

  19. I think we should make her the Finance Minister of Canada!

  20. you’re wrong.

  21. In front of 600 adults. Well done. Perhaps people should go to the streets over their governments. Enough is enough.

  22. simmerdown // April 11, 2012 at 4:15 am //

    Im not dissin’ or anything but the Bank of Canada does not borrow money from private banks, it’s the other way around. Furthermore the Bank of Canada issues bonds, money lent from the people to the government for a fixed time, with an interest on the return. All I’m sayin’ is make sure you get your facts straight people.

  23. Jackie Wilson // April 10, 2012 at 11:49 pm //

    Whoever said “I am the owner of this video. Feel free to use it…”
    The description above is still confusing. Maybe you should add the original uploader’s name. It looks like the same person saying this is my daughter. This is not my daughter.

  24. Jackie Wilson // April 10, 2012 at 11:42 pm //

    Boy, some quick denunciations of this girl’s motives and abilities, and the presumption she is being used, father using for own agenda. I didn’t see any posts providing proof of that.
    My reaction was that she is a well rounded intelligent person who must live around intellectually active people who have provided the nourishment needed to be able to speak this way at age twelve. She has no doubt spoken before and regularly. This is not beyond the realm of a 12 year old girl. Nothing in this girl’s delivery feels forced. We’ve gotten used to “average”, but it shouldn’t be our standard.
    As for the content, I agree with poster above, Peter Moss:
    “Instead of just changing our masters or what name they go by,
    I say that we should end our slavery.”

  25. AGREED!!!!!

  26. Shameless use of your daughter.

  27. Pete Moss // April 10, 2012 at 5:39 am //

    We in the USSA, and you in Canada have a government that can do ANYTHING with you, for you, to you or…

    President James A.Garfield was shot dead shortly after he said:
    “Whoever controls the volume of money in any country is absolute
    master of all commerce and industry”.

    There are hoards of “money experts” in Canada and the USSA who insist that the Fed/Canadian central bank should not control the volume of money but congress/parliament should.

    So if parliament/congress can create money, then why should we be taxed??

    That is, congress/parliament should be our absolue masters rather than the Fed/Canadian central bank.

    Can there be masters without any slaves?

    Instead of just changing our masters or what name they go by,
    I say that we should end our slavery.

    We can not be independent, self governing and free unless public
    servants are dependent on being paid with something that we produce be it gold, silver, corn, coal or whatever. When we became dependent on something that they print, or create with a computer key without restraint, they became our masters and we became their servants. The most important issue is a republican government where the authorities are responsible to, and afraid of, their servants, the public.

    On the farce of July, we celebrate the Fed’s independence according to Ronald Reagan who said:” We must respect the independence of the Fed”

    “What fools these mortals be!”—Shakespeare


    BEWARE of the “money experts” who only want to change our masters. Also beware of speakers who pretend to write their own speeches.

  28. Richard Walbaum // April 9, 2012 at 3:03 pm //

    Well stated. All money is loaned into circulation, and must be paid back plus interest. The money supply is a permanent debt that must compound to astronomical amounts and will bankrupt all nations.

    Another excellent video details these problems and a solution capable of unbridled prosperity: http://goo.gl/VDNrZ.

  29. Sally Cunliffe // April 9, 2012 at 12:15 pm //

    I realized this wasn’t Emily’s speech.. after I posted my comment… but I am quite sure that women are the ones we have been waiting for – bitches get stuff done ….. ‘men are dumb and women are crazy’ [george carlin].. my crazy is all over the place now (ask Raven/Cari)….. which is soooo good… [knuckle bumps again on the Halifax MP Megan Leslie wall posts for Kevin Annett — I do love a good truth torpedo into ostrich land Cari/Terry/me] .. and god do I love sticking it to the politician arses.. hopefully Frankie can listen a few times more and pick up the thread of the message “we’re being fucked” .. being awake is a bitch… lol

  30. The Mathematic Perfection of Economy by Mike Montagne

  31. she speaks too fast… I couldn’t understand half of what she said….

  32. Cornelius // April 8, 2012 at 8:52 pm //

    This is ridiculous. Fractional reserve banking, which this girl alludes to (her father probably wrote the speech), is how the Canadian banking system has worked since the end of WWI – before the Bank of Canada came into existence!

    Yes, private banks create money, but only within Bank of Canada constraints and regulations.

    Bankers are greedy criminals, but not due to the reasons given in this video.

  33. Conrad Winkelman // April 8, 2012 at 3:39 pm //

    When I grew up the idea of borrowing money to buy things we did not have the money for was “not done”. We were told to “save” for it. That made a lot sense. . . .It is an idea. . .an intellectual concept. . .something that animals do from instinct. . .It makes sense!!!
    Children all over the world have, at first, a natural ability to make simple conclusions from observing their environment. . .Children tend to ask simple questions and expect honest answers. When I was small I asked my dad: “Pops, why does the Moon not fall down” and he said: “I have no idea. As your mother, she knows everything”.

    From that time onward I had great respect for my Mom. She appeared to know everything and when she did not she said: “I don’t know, but may be you should ask Arie, he knows everything”. So I asked Arie and he said: ” That’s a good question. . . .ehhhh. . . .lets, find out. . . I have lots of books and maybe in one of these we will find the answer. . . .
    Eventually I learned that I was right: “The moon is falling”.

    Economics are simple: “Do not spend more money than you have”. . .but that is too simple. . . Progress is result of a vision for the future: Let’s invest the little we have and spend some time on making the food we need to grow better so next year each of us will have more food than we can grow on our own.

    “Investing money” is an intellectual concept just like “saving money” is . . .they are mechanism that make sense. . . These mechanism are born from “experiences” . . .natural phenomena that nature teaches us and we humans create formal systems for it, animals do it instinctively: Investment systems & Saving systems can not be uncoupled.

    The investor lends the money to the person with the good idea for making things better. The man with the idea borrows the money from the investor. . . in nature this works the same way: A squirrel invest time and effort to stet up food supplies. . .even more food then he needs. The earth is the borrower. . .the safe keeper of the food if you will. . . .the food that is not used serves to spread the seeds by various mechanisms and new food supplies grow from it, and if not, the seeds will rot and nourish the earth‘s soil to make it more productive for other things to grow that without that Investment-Saving Duo would not come to pass.

    The Government and the banking system work like that. . .in principle. . . It is a large-scale variant of a child saving for buying a toy it wants to have in the future. The parents, the Safe Keepers id you will. . having the well-being of the child in mind, want to make things better for their child and even help the child with adding to the saving: “When you saved $ 10 we will give you $ 1 as a bonus! It is the reward for your saving the money for the future”. It is a great system this Saving-Investing- Reward-Triad. . .not a soul on earth will pick a bone with that: Nature works that way. . .It is part of the unfolding of life.

    Now consider the existence of crime: human behavior that is devoid of morality and feeds on self-interest and greed. . .Living at the expense of other lives, that’s The Name of the Game! The Play unfolds either in the form of “slavery” to serve the powerful or in the form of the death of the food, to live in answer to the Life Force that drives the urge to live on, in the same that this is so for the living food that wants to live on.

    The key of this drive to live is to be inventive and discover or device way to live well and do so in abundance. This drive to live fosters deviousness for executing trickery to lure the food into thinking it has something to gain from the hunter’s lure, and so be trapped to serve as slave or as food.

    From a universal consideration this is a neutral dynamic. . .good and evil are not part of this. . .mankind is no more than a participant in this unfolding process . . .hunter and the prey form an essential partnership in this unfolding universe. . they are a necessary element in the scheme of things. . .It is good this way. . . It is the only way.

    This is Life.

  34. Terry Wilson // April 8, 2012 at 2:45 am //

    I am trying to understand your comment lol Who feels that they own this video?

  35. peaceful // April 8, 2012 at 1:48 am //

    If you wish to become more aware and enlightened, ownership of anything is an illusion, we simply ‘use’ everything like the birds and bees do. Claiming ownership of anything when one cannot prove such or have evidence of such is dishonourable and a lie or committing fraud, just a personal opinion of course. Perhaps all money is good for is laying claim to our brothers, thanks for sharing the video, that you feel you own. ~ peace and love

  36. Ken Finlay // April 8, 2012 at 1:41 am //

    All so true. This is worldwide. Very few banks are owned by any government. It ill started in 1913 (probably earlier) with the Federal Reserve in the USA. The Centre of the Banking Cartel is in a place called “The Crown” in London England. It is actually a privately owned country as is the Vatican & Washington DC in the USA. The total agenda is to own the entire planet which thay are well on their way to doing. Then they will kill off most of the worlds population & keep the rest as slaves. They are in for a big wake up call though. They forgot about “The Holy Trinity”
    Go to thewarningsecondcoming.com and check out what is happening to thwart their agenda.


  37. Morgan Burchell // April 8, 2012 at 1:12 am //

    Here is the future that our country needs……
    Makes me have hope for the future, when you see that youth has become more active in ensuring their future is secured, as it seems that it’s not a major concern for the people in power now.

  38. Can you please close caption the link? Thank You.

  39. Samuel McGillivary // April 8, 2012 at 12:22 am //

    I’m very pleased, that this young lady has a story to tell & is truest to the issue & concerns that Canadians should infact be aware of – Hidden Greed…!

  40. Clifford hatton // April 7, 2012 at 11:38 pm //

    Way to go young lady ,your parents must be very proud of you ,i hope your message goes viral ,I will be sharing it with all my FB friends

  41. Sherri gibson // April 7, 2012 at 11:36 pm //

    Do you have links to the numbers your daughter is talking about?

    Has she looked into zeitgeist?

  42. Sally Cunliffe // April 7, 2012 at 11:29 pm //

    Good god! What a woman! (0: thanks TJ and Emily xx

  43. Out of the mouths of babes we hear the truth! Let’s hold our politicians feet to the fire, and make them rescind the law that allows the government to borrow $$$ from private banking systems, and get on with the program we used to have — of government borrowing its $$$ from the Bank of Canada. That way, whatever we pay in taxes, goes to reduce the national debt rather than expand the private banker’s pockets!

  44. Desiree // April 7, 2012 at 8:51 pm //

    Brilliant! And, fabulous parenting.

  45. wow… a child after my own heart. If only adults would have half as much sense and intelligence.

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