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Death to Rapists – Banking System Overhaul

Death to Rapists – Banking System Overhaul

A court in India has sentenced three men to hang, under a new law which carries the death penalty for those convicted of multiple sexual assaults.
The men were convicted of raping a photojournalist in Mumbai last year.
But they were also among five men sentenced to life last month for raping another woman in a separate incident in the city.
The trio are the first to be tried and convicted under the tough new law aimed at repeat sexual offenders.
Friday’s sentences were announced at a court in Mumbai where Judge Shalini Phansalkar Joshi said: “There needs to be zero tolerance for such incidents,” the Agence France-Presse news agency reported.
“A loud and clear message needs to be sent to society,” she added.
Both the victims – an 18-year-old telephone operator and the photojournalist – were attacked last year. Both trials were completed within seven months in a fast-track court.
The 22-year-old photojournalist, an intern with a Mumbai-based magazine, had gone to the Shakti Mills – a former textile mill that now lies abandoned – with a male colleague on a photo assignment when she was attacked. Her colleague was beaten during the assault.

Banking in Canada

In an interview with Bruce Upbin Managing Editor at Forbes Magazine posted on youtube September 2009 and at Stanley Morgan U.S. Financial Conference (pdf) in February 2010, Mr. William Downe President and Chief Executive officer of BMO Financial group stresses that ‘the Bank of Montreal is a North American Bank more so than a Canadian.’ According to the Stanley Morgan (pdf file) he also serves as a member of the international monetary conference and additionally served as the President of the United States Federal Reserve, Advisory Counsel from 2008 to 2009. In the Forbes interview CEO William Downe of BMO says “one regulator, six banks and three insurance companies are the main players in the Canadian Banking System”.
By this assumption, it appears to me the core principles of our banking system have been abandoned for corporate control and the loss of Canada’s sovereignty with the aid of a corrupt Prime Minister Harper and his flip flop side-kick Mr. Flaherty. If Ottawa is the crime scene then, Canadians should demand a criminal investigation into their activities regarding ongoing hijacking of the Bank of Canada which is resulting in billions of dollars being paid in interest on Canada’s national debt when all we had to do according to our constitution is print our money like Japan does. The Japanese do not pay billions of dollars interest for nothing like Canadians do. Why?
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