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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Meet Victoria Grant, the 12-year-old Canadian girl who recently brought the house down at an event hosted by the Public Banking Institute in Philadelphia. Almost painfully earnest, and direct, she laid out the history of government collusion with the banking system — she wants to “spark enough interest and concern.”

Watch the video:

Somehow, this seems better than the political prodigies that the U.S. has recently produced — we do, after all, trail Canada in the public education global rankings:

  • Canada will always have it better than us, either way…

    US Debt is much worse… This is why I consider moving to Canada each and every day – so I can be around smarter, more heroic people… Instead of the Bible-thumping retard scum ruining the world here in South Carolina!

    • dtgraham

      The U.S. is still a great nation Shakur. You just have to get the old time Republican Party back. This newer version are a bunch of nutjobs. You’ll like Canada better in a few years when we get rid of Stephen Harper. He’s behind in the polls and losing popularity weekly. Our left wing democratic socialist party is leading nationally in polling. Looking forward to having you Shakur.

      By the way, I love your Gamecocks in college football. Great season last year.

  • The commercial banking system creates and destroys money so that currency is elastic and can accommodate changing economic conditions. If you turn that job entirely over to elected government officials, interest rates on Canadian bonds will soar as, basically, very few investors will want to buy Canadian bonds.

  • GLB

    Its sounds just like the good old USA. That is why people are for Ron Paul. I wish she was from this country I would vote for her.

  • Children are great at saying the obvious – it is a talent that most adults lose. I love how she explained how the bank are robbing the tax payers in Canada. I have met a lot of Canadians in my travels they are really good people.

  • lexi001

    Is anyone out there embarrassed yet? A twelve year old girl who can express her view-point with actual facts and speak better than most people in America. I guess their educational system surpasses ours! I am in awe. Oh, and notice she did not use any vitriolic speech to get her point across? Lesson for many of you on here from a twelve year old!!!!

    • Pretty far-reaching conclusions on your part, lexi.

      • lexi001

        I’m not sure if your response warrants an explanation, but since I’m not sure what your comment really means let me just say that if you think it is far-reaching to question our educational system when we are ranked 39th in the country, I wouldn’t know how to answer you. Obviously you read these posts and have no comment about the ignorance that is pervasive on here? I really don’t know what you are making comment for.

  • StraightUppd

    Wow. For only being 12 years old she certainly tells it like it is.