The Oxford Nursery Rhyme Book

An Owl in an Oak

There was an owl lived in an oak,
Wisky, wasky, weedle;
And every word he ever spoke
Was, Fiddle, faddle, feedle.

A gunner chanced to come that way,
Wisky, wasky, weedle;
Says he, I'll shoot you, silly bird.
Fiddle, faddle, feedle.

Tom Thumbs Picture Alphabet:
U was for Userer; a miserable Elf...
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Fujita 9/11 Presentation Mailed To Canadian MP's

I interviewed my MP about this and the Local News Man Max Keeping. Both showed acceptance but complicity to the action that must be taken. I am almost ashamed to be part of this society. Almost, because there are so many good people doing their duty still...namely the We Are Changers! Thank you brothers and sisters in Truth.

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He's the king of the Paupers

Poem on Money and Banking:
Two notes used in America can clearly show the way,
Both legal tender now down south. They can be spent today:
"United States Note" issued by the nation's Treasury,
And "Federal Reserve Note" which is banker's currency.
Their fronts are very similar except the name they state,
Their backs are very different, it means another plate.
The Treasury provided notes for federal expense,
And taxed them back to balance books with numbers that made sense.

The money from the Treasury was used down south before.
The "Greenbacks" used by Lincoln paid to win the Civil War.
The "Continentals" did their job until King George did state:
"There'll be no use of your own plates, for gold you'll have to wait."
Though we've been told that their revolt was over tax for tea,
Ben Franklin said "The war's because they took our currency."
~John king of the paupers Turmel

TURMEL: An engineering analysis by John Turmel using simple plumbing to show the financial flows in the creation of money by banks.

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