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If Greg Jackman was premier of Alberta


  |  Posted: Wednesday, Dec 11, 2013 06:00 am

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If I became premier of Alberta or prime minister of Canada, I would ...

The first order of business would be to disband the government, including the army, navy and military and laws, in totality, as governments have been bought and paid for by the corporate elite.

The second order of business would be to disband all banks and banking and the use of a monetary system as money has no value and exists as a burden of debt to all people. It is a fabrication of greedy people.

Money cannot do anything One cannot eat money and if one tried, one would become ill from all the disease and death it has caused.

Money cannot drive a car, build a house, perform research, create art, build roads or heal people. People do these things.

Bank and government buildings would be converted to provide housing to those without.

The third order of business would be to nationalize all corporations in all areas including research and development, oil and gas, utilities, etc.

The fourth order of business would be to close borders for the import of GMO foods, genome atrocities and other genetic disturbances.

Further developments would be in concert with the UBUNTU Liberation Movement as being developed in South Africa.

We the people have bought and paid for our infrastructure many times over and continue to be raped by government and corporations looking after their own interest. We the people own the land, resources and intelligence to promote healthy, happy and comfortably enduring lives.

Greg Jackman, St. Albert


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