Jim Rickards:  Predicts Upcoming Digital Replacement for Currency by 2023-24 as Total Control with Massive Surveillance of Every Purchase and Social Media Post

TINP is posting this video for the informational content on the upcoming “programmable” so-called “currencies” which aren’t really currencies.  TINP does not recommend or discourage interest in any of the financial measures promoted in this video.  We just want you to see what’s going on.  Rickard also points to Trudeau’s Convoy crackdown and freezing of bank accounts of political opponents.

What Mr. Rickards and so many Americans don’t seem to know is that a law that is not consistent with the Constitution is not a law, it’s void.

The American people have been letting these illegal executive orders pass unchecked for decades.  It’s never too late to enforce the Constitution.  And that is not done by the way, with the idiotic system of “state nullification” touted by left-wingers in the USA, and which, contrary to all their claims, is utterly unconstitutional.

Protecting the Constitution (of the USA) (or of Canada) is done by going to court against the corrupt regime to shut down the treason.  Americans in particular will be interested in this free download of a PDF booklet on the farce of State Nullification:  https://nosnowinmoscow.wordpress.com/1776-an-american-coup/

Hire a real constitutional lawyer to go to court to stop BIDEN. Or TRUDEAU.  Quo Warranto would be a good start.  And toss in Magna Carta.  The Americans have Magna Carta, they adopted it for their nation after the break with England.

Some of the older lawyers who give lip-service to American freedom have never done anything in their careers to put a stop to any of this, when they could have done.  Look for younger lawyers who are patriots and need to generate a track record.

Canada has Quo Warranto, Habeas Corpus, Bill of Rights (1689), Act of Settlement (1701), and Magna Carta among other important constitutional rights documents, inherited in 1867 through our Preamble to the Constitution that declares:

“Whereas the Provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick have expressed their Desire to be federally united into One Dominion under the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, with a Constitution similar in Principle to that of the United Kingdom”.

The key words are: “with a Constitution similar in Principle to that of the United Kingdom”.  The only difference between the Constitution of Canada of 1867 and that of the United Kingdom in 1867 is that Canada’s Constitution is quasi-federal.  The UK constitution was unitary at the time; I don’t know what it is now, or even if it exists, as there are signs they may have turfed their constitution in signing over legislative powers to the EEC-EU.

Canada actually benefits from every constitutional fundamental document and principle inherited by her founders from the mother country in 1867.

Canada’s constitutional Magna Carta is the Great Charter, a royal charter of rights agreed to by King John of England at Runnymede, near Windsor, on 15 June 1215.  He initially made his promises to a group of Barons.  Eventually, the common folk caught on and now also claim those promises.

In 1297, Edward I confirmed Magna Carta as part of England’s common law by passing a statute: 1297 c. 9 (Regnal. 25_Edw_1_cc_1_9_29.


All of these fundamental rights documents protect Canadians, and Magna Carta is even a part of American law.  Take some time, read about it, and become familiar with your real law, and the fact that you can enforce this law against anyone attempting to void your rights.

Anyone interested in Magna Carta will find this document of use:  Magna Carta, Defence of the Realm by the UK Magna Carta Society.  Download at Scribd:  https://www.scribd.com/document/438304144/DEFENCE-OF-THE-REALM-A-Summary-of-Evidence-to-Justify-a-Petition-to-the-Queen

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