In 1991 the Canadian Government introduced a consumption tax, the GST. The provinces then followed once the population had been conditioned to accept it. This was introduced by Prime Minster Brian Mulroney a man who was later caught accepting brown envelops with $300 000 in cash in them. He stated that he had forgotten to pay the taxes on the amounts when caught. In other words he was a thief. Of course since he was working for the international banksters he got off and today is still flying around in private jets. The GST was supposed to be a temporary measure to pay down the debt. Obviously the governments just increased their spending and the debt has risen ever since and the taxes are still there almost 30 years later.
In October 2016 the Canadian government announced that it had a new tax filing requirement. When selling your primary residence you must now report it. Capital gain, the profit you make on selling your primary residence, has always been exempt from tax. Nobody in their right mind would allow a government to tax this. So why is the government forcing an apparently innocent administrative reporting of that sale. Simple, it’s the first step in conditioning the population to accept what will come next. In a few years they will state that the debt is to high and additional measures must be taken and then they will fuck the remaining middle class by taxing the sale of their primary residence.
I would like to remind you what these international bankers were planning at the turn of the century. While average Joe looks only to next Thursdays paycheck these people plan on a long-term scale.
This statement was made after the banks had restricted the money supply. The effect is that if there is not enough money in circulation then someone wont be able to pay their loans. They have used this technique to pump and suck the fruits of common people’s labor for centuries.
“On September 1st, 1894, we will not renew our loans under any consideration. On September 1st, we will demand our money. We will foreclose and become mortgagees in possession. We can take two-thirds of the farms west of the Mississippi as well, at our own price…Then the farmers will become tenants, as in England.” – 1891 American Bankers Association Memo, recorded as testimony in the Congressional Record, April 29th, 1913