• May
    31

    My Financial Education in Mexico

     

    Several years ago I left Canada with the intention of leaving forever. Unforseen circumstances brought me back and those circumstances were my financial education that I received from many Americans I met in La Paz and El Triunfo. The pivotal thing that allowed me to return to Canada was a book by Alan Baggett, a former CRA (Canada Revenue Agency) auditor.

    The Tax Collectors Bible is a highly controversial book, because it exposes the inner workings of the Canadian income tax system. It shows the reader, among other things, how to fight back against the tax man and win, but it does far more than that.

    If you read this book, it will change the way you think, and more to the point if you read it, whatever you may have thought about Canada will be permanently altered; you won’t be able to go back to the way you were before. This is both a blessing and a curse, as I found out.

    On The Tax Collectors Bible website are several videos, which you can watch. Of these the most important one is the animated film, “The American Dream.” I had to watch it ten times before I finally understood the subject, which is about the central bankers and how they control the currency in the United States, through a central bank known as the Federal Reserve.

    My education didn’t end there. Several of my American friends went further. One of them told me about a book called: The Secret History of the Federal Reserve, by Eustace Mullins.

    The next bit of information I want to share with you is this video called: The Creature from Jekyll Island.

    And after that, one more article, which I just found today, which explains how the central banking system works. If some of the foregoing information is challenging to understand, perhaps this piece of information will make it clear for you.

    © Nathan Segal 2013

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