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A ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT MUST CONTROL THE MONEY FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WORLD'S MOST POWERFUL ELITE ...
(TAX HAVENS CAUSE POVERTY )

 

The Tony Crawford - Bank of Montreal case led me on a journey to explore what is really wrong with the banking system  in Canada. There is an old saying about "follow the money."

This case helped  me to understand how we do not have capitalism anymore but rather "Corporate Fascism."

From the time I met Tony and his wife to the time of publishing this
website I am convinced that they are both true Canadian heroes.

By itself  it is a truly fascinating story.  A real David vs Goliath.
It exposes all the crimes of how our banking system works.

Welcome to 'The G20 Tax Invaders Plan 'for a world of debt that is contaging'

Bank roles in sleazy storybook shelter schmens

By Canadian author: Tony Crawford

Part 3: Oct 3/2011
Capitalism Without Capital Petition 44

Tony Crawford NDP member Petition 44 background and overview signed by Hon Jack Layton and read by Hon Andrea Horwath at Ontario Legislative Assembly for an investigation into predatory 'Identity Theft' lending practices in Canadian Financial Markets.

Part 2: Sept.3/2011
Capitalism without capital - exploring the biggest bankruptcy in Canadian history

Essex University Tax Justice Network Research Workshop July 5, 2011. Crawford Paper - Monetizing 'Toxic Loans' through taxations systems. Part Two Ref: 'Contaging' book The presentation was given by Tony Crawford at TJN's annual research workshop at Essex University this summer.

Part 1: Aug. 31/2011
Capitalism without capital - exploring the biggest bankruptcy in Canadian history

Essex University Tax Justice Network Research Workshop July 5, 2011. Crawford Paper - Monetizing 'Toxic Loans' through taxations systems. Part Two Ref: 'Contaging' book The presentation was given by Tony Crawford at TJN's annual research workshop at Essex University this summer.

 

BACKGROUND INFO NEED TO KNOW

 
 

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What about Sitting Duck loans?

(Tony Crawford explains)