On November 9, the Canadian government amended rules for "non-mailable items" and snuck into those rules is a prohibition against mailing ". . . gold bullion, gold dust and non-manufactured precious metals . . ."
Precious metals are now a prohibited item and can be seized if mailed.
Worse, anyone found violating the non-mailable guidelines can be charged with an Indictable offense and may be IMPRISONED for up to five years.
What's mind-boggling about this is that Canada Post is a Crown Corporation owned by the government. Yet ANOTHER crown corporation, the Canada Mint, SELLS Silver, Gold, Platinum, Palladium Bullion (i.e. non-manufactured precious metals) and quite often Canadians can actually BUY that bullion . . . at Canada Post Offices!
So the government of Canada has now outlawed the mailing of precious metals, which they themselves sell . . . at the very same Post Offices where it is now illegal to MAIL that same precious metal!
Below is from the CanadaPost.ca web site, showing non-mailable items:
Making things even worse is the Punishment for violating the rules, as found in Part II, Section 43, Sub-Section 60 (a) which states a person can be charged with an INDICTABLE offense and imprisoned for up to 5 years.
Here is the relevant section directly from the CanadaPost.ca web site:
Why has Canada now outlawed the mailing of precious metals? What motive could they have to do something like this?
Paper money is worthless.
Most folks already know that paper "money" is not "money" at all . . . it is a "note" issued by the government, which has no real value other than the government's promise to pay. But, to pay what?
Let me enlighten you:
Have you ever wondered why the symbol for US Dollars is this:
Why on earth would the Symbol for US Dollars be this $ ?
Because the S stands for "Silver" and the line through it stands for "fine" silver!
A US Dollar is defined in federal law as being 325 grains of fine silver. Hence the Dollar sign is an S (for Silver) with a line through it: $
Silver is "money" because it carries its value within itself. The value is intrinsic; it is part of the silver itself.
But paper money has no value within itself; it is merely a note . . . a promise to pay. Worthless paper except for the words printed on it.
When the US Government reneged on the Gold Standard, they also stopped including silver in US coins and OUTRIGHT refused to pay 325 grains of silver to anyone who wanted to redeem the paper money for actual "money" (silver.)
So paper money has no value, no worth. And our coins have long ago lost any "money" component because there is no silver in any of them anymore . . . at least since 1964 . . . unless you buy specially minted SILVER coins and pay the outrageous price they ask over and above the face value of the coins.
Which brings us back to why Canada wants to put a stranglehold on the mailing of precious metal (unless the mailer has an agreement with Canada Post): THEY WANT TO KNOW WHERE ALL THE PRECIOUS METAL IS.
They want to know WHO has it and how much.
The only reason they would want to know that is because somewhere in the bowels of government, they've got this idea of . . . taking it.
There is no other possible explanation.
Incidentally, NOT ONE mass-media outlet anywhere has reported this to the public. NOT ONE! Until now, as the Hal Turner Radio Show tells the world.
Be warned Canadians; sinister folks in your government are making plans, and those plans do not bode well for you.
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