Wednesday, 26 July 2017


 More on the case of how the English Family had their home destroyed and property stolen by a corrupted ring of public officials and lawyers in British Columbia, we have previously reported on the story here among other posts.

 Now the Canadian Supreme Court refuses to allow justice to proceed by blocking evidence that would show former BCIMC Lawyer Greg Harney Guilty in mass criminal conspiracy.
July 23, 2017.
Supreme Court of Canada refuses Motion to Adduce New Evidence in the case of Angleland v. Harney
involving a lawyer accused of fabricating evidence in a Judicial Proceeding (indictable criminal offence
under section 137 of Canada Criminal Code) thus supporting lawyer corruption and fraudulent client
asset BC Lawyer, Greg Harney.
see     Greg Harney -  The Rip-off Report...
and   and
Money Laundering and Cocaine connections also alleged.
Supreme Court of Canada refuses to look at lawyer's crimes and judicial collusion in Courts below
even though sworn evidence is provided by a former RCMP Inspector confirming evidence of
corrupt Judges and Lawyers in Canada and Alberta Court of Appeal Decision of June 21, 2017
stating concerns about perception of case manipulation in judge selection process and Harney
appeal case panel was changed from Justices Bauman, Goepel and Harris to Justices Saunders,
Bennett, and Garson an hour before the Hearing!!!!
And the appellant provided sworn fully documented evidence of Lawyer Harney's criminal fabrication
and illegal filing of doctored account 2 weeks before the trial.
This evidence too was ignored by both the BC Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.
Complaints made to the Law Society and Canadian Judicial Council and Victoria City Police also were ignored.
it appears that Lawyer Harney is above the law...
Sent: July 23, 2017 9:37 PM
To: Scott Brison - Treasury Board President; Stephane Dion - Minister of Foreign Affairs; Ralph Goodale - Minister of Public Safety; John McCallum - Minister of Immigration Refugees and Citizenship; Bill Morneau - Minister of Finance; Carolyn Bennett Minister of Indigenous and Northern Affairs; Jim Carr - Minister of Natural Resources (Water); Bardish Chagger - Minister of Small Business and Tourism; Jean-Yves Duclos - Minister of Families Chindren and Social Development; Kirsty Duncan - Minister of Science; Judy Foote - Minister of Public Works and Procurement; Christia Freeland - Minister of International Trade; Patty Hajdu Minister of Status of Women; Kent Hehr - Minister of Veterans Affairs; Melanie Joly - Minister of Canadian Heritage; Diane Lebouthillier - Minister of Revenue; Catherine McKenna - Minister of International Trade; Mary Ann Mihychuk - Minister of Employment Workforce Development and Labour; Jane Philipott - Minister of Health; Amarjeet Sohi - Minister of Infrastructure and Communities; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau; Dominic Leblanc - House Leader; Jody Wilson - Raybould - Minister of Justice and Attorney General; Lawrence MacAulay - Minister of Agriculture; Marc Garneau - Minister of Transport (Canada); The Honourable John Horgan Premier of British Columbia; David Eby Minister of Justice and Attorney General for BC; Mike Farnsworth Minister of Public Safety and Attorney General for British Columbia
Cc: John English - Pacific Rim; The Honourable Tom Mulcair;; Christy Clark.MLA;
Dear Prime Minister Trudeau and Colleagues and British Columbia Premier Horgan and Colleagues:
The attached affidavit filed in the Supreme Courtof Canada on July 19, 2017 by highly decorated and highly credible former RCMP Inspector William Majcher confirms that:
  1. There are networks of criminals, consisting of judges, lawyers and court registry staff accepting "bribes and payoffs" in exchange for fixing the outcome of cases operating inside the administration of justice throughout Canada. 
  2. That RCMP is aware of these networks of criminals operating within the administration of justice but refuses to initiate the process of bringing criminal charges against the individuals involved .
 This is a matter that falls under the jurisdiction of the Ministers of Justice and Public Safety for Canada and all Canadian Provinces and Territories, especially British Columbia an international center of money laundering, child trafficking, and other serious crimes against our Canadian community.
The affidavit was filed in the Supreme Court of Canada to assist the English family in a process to recover their property stolen from them by the British Columbia government using a network of crooked lawyers, judges and court staff. 
The Law Society of British Columbia has refused to investigate multiple complaints by lawyers involved in the criminal conspiracy against the English family. I can personally attest to the fact that this is common practice by that particular Law Society which has collectively abandoned its duty to protect the public interest. 
This is a serious state of affairs that must be addressed by the ministers responsible for the integrity of our policing services and the administration of our justice system.  
Guilty people, i.e. drug dealers, money launderers, rapists, murderers, thieves, swindlers etc., are being permitted to continue their criminal activities while innocent people, the victims, are losing their property and other assets aided and abetted by the criminal gangs that operate within our justice system. 
Guilty lawyers judges and court registry officials are continuing to carry out their crimes with impunity. 
The Ministers of Public Safety, for both Canada and British Columbia must command the national and local officials in the RCMP to make the prosecution of crooked judges, lawyers and court registry staff a high priority. 
The Ministers of Justice, for both Canada and British Columbia, must exercise the power conferred upon them by section 63(1) of the Judges Act an direct the Canadian Judicial Council to  carry out full and competent investigation of allegations of corruption by Canadian Judges - something they have consistently failed to do.  
The Supreme Court of Canada refused the Client's Notice of Motion to Adduce New Evidence and refused their appeal on Thursday July 20, 2017, thereby allowing a massive quarter of a million dollar fraudulent legal account to stand against the Appellants, Angleland Holdings (the English Family and Pacific Rim Resort)..
Lawyer Crime and Judicial Corruption is alive and well in Canada thanks to the Supreme Court of Canada!
Canada is still the most corrupt country in the world according to the Globe and Mail,Transparency
International and RCMP Inspector William Majcher's Affidavit.
Inspector Majcher was responsible for arresting and convicting another corrupt B.C. lawyer, Martin Chambers, known as the "Lex Luther" of organized crime in Canada, in a joint sting in Florida with the FBI.
Chambers was sentenced to 12 years in prison for money laundering.

For further information call J. D. English  (250) 510-9474.
  See the Afffidavit of former RCMP Inspector Mr. Majcher in regards to corruption among lawyers and officers of the court in Canada below.



Monday, 17 July 2017

Sears Canada and Criminal Capitalism

   Vulture Capitalism - the following exert from iPolitics gives some insight as to what ails the current 'capitalist' system in the Western world.
 The coming bankruptcy of Sears Canada has been purposefully engineered so that those at the top could steal the pensions of the thousands of employees who actually deserve the money.

 Instead a select few top level executives will walk away with their million dollar bonus cheques and the biggest shareholder Eddie Lampert is set to walk away with hundreds of millions of dollars once he is finished selling off Sears assets piece by piece. All the while telling employees their will be no severance payments.
 What are your Financial Regulators and Mr. Bill Morneau doing about it? Absolutely nothing.


As the 2,900 just-terminated employees of Sears Canada try to figure out how they’ll feed their families — and the remaining 14,000 Sears workers contemplate their future at the doomed retailer — spare a thought for Edward S. Lampert.
Eddie Lampert is the hedge fund manager who has been the controlling shareholder of Sears and Kmart in the U.S., and of Sears in Canada during its long, sad decline. Miraculously, he has managed to line his pockets while thousands of employees have lost their jobs and are watching their retirement plans melt in the summer sun.
If Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos represent the brilliance of American capitalism — individuals with exceptional new ideas who built transformative businesses — Lampert represents its corrupt core, the kind of robber baron who takes a venerable firm, strips it of every valuable asset and leaves the dregs to employees, suppliers and landlords to fight over in bankruptcy court.
Lampert is no small-time guy. A hedge fund billionaire, he hit number 67 in the Forbes List of the 400 Richest Americans. His 288-foot super-yacht (named The Fountainhead after the novel by Ayn Rand, goddess of the libertarian right) is reportedly valued at US$130 million. In 2012, as Sears in the U.S. was reporting a US$2.4 billion loss, Eddie bought himself a US$40 million mansion on Indian Creek Island in Florida.
Lampert owns 45 per cent of Sears Canada. Sears Holdings, also controlled by Lampert, owns another 12 per cent. The stock is now essentially worthless.
In the meantime, thousands of retail workers at Sears Canada — who worked for decades for modest wages in the expectation of severance pay if they lost their jobs, and a defined-benefit pension when they retired — now find they aren’t getting a cent in severance and risk seeing their pensions reduced significantly. (Sears Canada has sought court protection from its creditors in the hope of reviving the business or selling it off. Neither prospect seems likely. It probably will end up in liquidation.)
The U.S. parent, Lampert-controlled Sears Holdings, is in only slightly better shape. It announced in March that “substantial doubt exists related to the company’s ability to continue as a going concern.” It too has been selling off assets for years as customers flee its stores and the company continues to add to its losses.
I know I shouldn’t be surprised. Sears has long been a dying business. Probably nothing could have saved it. In an age of online shopping, aggressive discounters and smart luxury retailers, Sears is like a rusting old Ford Crown Victoria — comfortable, inefficient.
And Eddie Lampert was the last thing the company needed if it was to have any hope of surviving.
According to Mark Cohen, a former Sears Canada CEO, Lampert may have known something about running a hedge fund but he knew nothing about retailing. Lampert, Cohen told the New York Times, “stripped Sears of its assets. It’s the longest liquidation in retail history. His reputation in the retail industry is that he’s a financial pirate.” In the U.S., as in Canada, Lampert has sold off valuable real estate and assets like the Craftsman tool brand.
According to Cohen, who now teaches at Columbia Business School, Lampert “seemed to think he was smarter than anyone in the retail business but he had no idea how to run the company from Day 1. One thing I teach is that core competencies are the basis for success or failure. Lampert had no experience in retail and no management competency whatsoever.”
Sears’ decline in Canada has been underway for a long time, precipitated by massive shifts in the retailing landscape. Perhaps that decline began way back in 1994, when Walmart entered the Canadian market and started undermining the vast middle-market where Sears was a dominant player. Or maybe it started in 1999, when Eaton’s went bankrupt and Sears bought up what was left.
But Sears was so big and so well-established that it was hard to think it would disappear — until Lampert got his hooks into the company and decided to milk it for every cent he could. I knew Sears was a goner in 2013 when it decided to sell off the leases on its best store locations for $400 million, including its location at Toronto’s Eaton Centre. Around the same time, it sold off its stake in eight Quebec malls for another $315 million.

Doug Campbell, Sears Canada’s CEO at that moment in time (the company cycled through corporate leaders faster that you could say ‘golden parachute’), claimed that “unlocking the value of assets is a lever we use as a way to help create total value.”
Translation: We’re desperate for any cash we can extract from this dying company, even if that means selling off our best assets.
And what did Sears Canada do with the money? Modernize its remaining stores? Build a competitive website? Invest in its underfunded employee pension plan? Hell, no. In November of 2013, Sears Canada announced a $5-per-share special divided, a total of $509 million — half of which went to Lampert and his Sears Holding Corp. in the U.S. A year earlier, it had issued a similar dividend of $102 million.

  See source for full story


Tuesday, 4 July 2017

The Truth is Out From the Bank of England Itself - Money is Just an IOU

The Guardian admits the truth the banks don't want the public to know! In past blog entries and many letters to public officials we have detailed on this blog a simple truth that will destroy the current bankster Cabal once understood and properly applied to our economic marketplaces.
 Money is the original IOU! There is no reason that a handful of private corporations controlled by a select number of individuals should have the power to create money out of thin air and charge governments interest when they want to invest in their nations and the people therein. That is usury which is a form of slavery, control over people through debt. True sovereign nations control and print their own money, their are almost none left although Russia is injecting huge amounts of debt free 'sovereign' money into its economy in the coming years. By printing money with no debt the Government can finance and build infrastructure and social projects that are actually effective.
 While we have been taught that this is Communism or simply not economically viable this is not true, if money is simply an IOU then its value is either as a promise of future labour, or a promise of future goods to be returned

 We have covered this here,
Will the Defrauding of Canadians Continue With Creation of New National Infrastructure Bank?

 As well as here where we repost an open letter wrote by former Canadian Defence Minister Paul T. Hellyer who is also a member of the Prime Ministers Privy Council.
Member of the Privy Council, Former Defence Minister Mr. Hellyer Pens An Open Letter To Finance Minister Mr. Morneau

 We have touched on the issue of public banking and sovereign money vs. debt money in several other entries however the latest comes from none other then the Bank Of England as reported by the Guardian - Money is Really Just an IOU.

Exert from the Guardian below,


Last week, something remarkable happened. The Bank of England let the cat out of the bag. In a paper called "Money Creation in the Modern Economy", co-authored by three economists from the Bank's Monetary Analysis Directorate, they stated outright that most common assumptions of how banking works are simply wrong, and that the kind of populist, heterodox positions more ordinarily associated with groups such as Occupy Wall Street are correct. In doing so, they have effectively thrown the entire theoretical basis for austerity out of the window.

 To get a sense of how radical the Bank's new position is, consider the conventional view, which continues to be the basis of all respectable debate on public policy. People put their money in banks. Banks then lend that money out at interest – either to consumers, or to entrepreneurs willing to invest it in some profitable enterprise. True, the fractional reserve system does allow banks to lend out considerably more than they hold in reserve, and true, if savings don't suffice, private banks can seek to borrow more from the central bank.
 The central bank can print as much money as it wishes. But it is also careful not to print too much. In fact, we are often told this is why independent central banks exist in the first place. If governments could print money themselves, they would surely put out too much of it, and the resulting inflation would throw the economy into chaos. Institutions such as the Bank of England or US Federal Reserve were created to carefully regulate the money supply to prevent inflation. This is why they are forbidden to directly fund the government, say, by buying treasury bonds, but instead fund private economic activity that the government merely taxes.

It's this understanding that allows us to continue to talk about money as if it were a limited resource like bauxite or petroleum, to say "there's just not enough money" to fund social programmes, to speak of the immorality of government debt or of public spending "crowding out" the private sector. What the Bank of England admitted this week is that none of this is really true. To quote from its own initial summary: "Rather than banks receiving deposits when households save and then lending them out, bank lending creates deposits" … "In normal times, the central bank does not fix the amount of money in circulation, nor is central bank money 'multiplied up' into more loans and deposits."

In other words, everything we know is not just wrong – it's backwards. When banks make loans, they create money. This is because money is really just an IOU. The role of the central bank is to preside over a legal order that effectively grants banks the exclusive right to create IOUs of a certain kind, ones that the government will recognise as legal tender by its willingness to accept them in payment of taxes. There's really no limit on how much banks could create, provided they can find someone willing to borrow it. They will never get caught short, for the simple reason that borrowers do not, generally speaking, take the cash and put it under their mattresses; ultimately, any money a bank loans out will just end up back in some bank again. So for the banking system as a whole, every loan just becomes another deposit. What's more, insofar as banks do need to acquire funds from the central bank, they can borrow as much as they like; all the latter really does is set the rate of interest, the cost of money, not its quantity. Since the beginning of the recession, the US and British central banks have reduced that cost to almost nothing. In fact, with "quantitative easing" they've been effectively pumping as much money as they can into the banks, without producing any inflationary effects."

  End exert
  See source for full story,
  The Guardian - Money is Just An IOU

 More to come