Book Tour for Joyce Nelson’s “Beyond Banksters”

“Always cutting edge, writer Joyce Nelson has penned a chilling dissection of the hidden-in-plain-view takeover of Canada by a global economic elite and their Banksters… Unfortunately, this is not fiction but reality, the sober blunt truth that politicians and the mainstream media spin and hide.“ John Stauber, author of Toxic Sludge is Good for You

The BC/Yukon Council of Canadians is excited to be organizing a book tour for the end of September with Joyce Nelson, author of Beyond Banksters: Resisting the New Feudalism.

In support of this highly anticipated tour, the Chapters need your assistance purchasing the airplane ticket from Ontario. Should you have Airmiles you would like to donate for this purpose, please contact the Comox Valley Chapter: cvcouncilofcanadians@gmail.com or call Kathie Woodley: (250) 334-4608.

There is exciting news regarding the book tour. In addition to Nelson discussing her recent publication, Beyond Banksters, she will be reading exclusive excerpts from her upcoming book slated for release this winter, in which she provides an update on the resistance around the world to issues outlined in Beyond Banksters.

Published by Watershed Sentinel Books in the Comox Valley, copies of Beyond Banksters can be ordered at here. There is also a short video about the book.

Author Joyce Nelson will be in the Comox Valley on Wednesday, September 27 – 7 pm at the Stan Hagen Theatre.

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One thought on “Book Tour for Joyce Nelson’s “Beyond Banksters”

  1. I urge everyone to get fully briefed on the fraud that is being perpetrated against Canadians by a government that is complicit in running an impunity culture for the investment industry. GO PUBLIC on CBC has done a very good introduction to the facts on this topic: TV
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/
    The World Report radio clip:
    http://www.cbc.ca/listen/

    Unformatted non-hyperlink urls:

    The article:
    http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/financial-industry-employees-forge-documents-more-often-than-you-d-think-1.4138212

    The World Report radio clip:
    http://www.cbc.ca/listen/shows/cbc-news-world-report/segment/159143

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