Royal Bank of Turtle Island

The Central Bank – The Royal Bank of Turtle Island is a Private Bank Chartered by Private Agreement and Imperial Decree of his Majesty MICHAEL The Tenth, Bizantine Emperor, and his Brother the late H.I.M.R KaneeKaneet Emperor of The Anishinabe Nation of Turtle Island.

Turtle Island Government

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RBTI

RBTI – Royal Bank of Turtle Island, a reserve bank company organized and existing under no law, with it’s head office located at: Turtle Island and Byzantium. The basic functions of the reserve bank is:

"to regulate the issue of Bank notes and keeping of reserves with a view to securing monetary stability in Byzantium and Turtle Island and generally to operate the currency and credit system of the country to its advantage; to have a modern monetary policy framework to meet the challenge of an increasingly complex economy, to maintain price stability while keeping in mind the objective of growth."

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Behold the Lord the Ruler is come: and the Kingdom is in His Hand, and power, and dominion. Byzantium Empire.


Royal bank of turtle island

The Royal Bank of Turtle Island is a Central Bank an independent apex monetary authority which regulates Turtle Island Banks and provides important financial services like storing of foreign exchange reserves, control of inflation, monetary policy. The Royal Bank of Turtle Island - Central Bank is known by different names in different countries. The functions of The Royal Bank of Turtle Island is a central bank, it varies from country to country and is an autonomous or quasi-autonomous body and performs a vital monetary functions in The Great Turtle Island. As a central bank it is a vital financial apex institution of the Turtle Island Goverment economy. The key objects of central banks may differ from country to country still they perform activities and functions with the goal of maintaining economic stability and growth of an economy.

The bank is also active in promoting financial inclusion policy and is a leading member of the Federation of Indigenous Nations Financial Institutions (FINFI). The bank is often referred to by the name Royal Bank of Turtle Island, and is also known as banker's bank.

The Royal Bank of Turtle Island is established to save succeeding generations of Indigenous from the scourge of hundreds of years of colonization, cultural, and racial genocide; and in our lifetime brought untold sorrow to the Indigenous of The Great Turtle Island.To reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity, worth and the equal rights of all indigenous men, women and children of all ages, of all Indigenous Nations large and small, and to establish conditions under which financial abundance, justice and respect for the Indigenous, the Vienna convention and other sources of international law can be used by the Indigenous Nations to establish the "Right of Self Determination".


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RBTI's basic functions are to regulate the issue of bank notes, keep reserves to secure monetary stability in Byzantium and Turtle Island, and to operate the currency and credit system in the best interests of the Indigenous Nations and Countries.

Eastech International Dev Bank

In 2017, the shares and assets of Sino-Eastech International Trust and Investment Co. and of Eastech International Bank were transferred by Steven L. Pontnak to The Royal Bank of Turtle Island under the authority of H.I.M.R. Michael The Tenth of Byzantium, and the Governor of the Royal Bank of Turtle Island.

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‘England conquered half the world in successive fits of absence of mind.’
Sir John Seeley, Professor of History
Cambridge University 1869 – 1895
– Dawson (1937: 196) –

1. Introduction By: Grace Li Xiu Woo PhD Candidate, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montreal, Canada

Countries like Canada that are a product of the colonial process, are faced with a paradox. We have been attempting to reorient our laws to accord with modern equality rights without bothering to reevaluate the way our history was constructed during the age of imperial expansion and aggression. This paper seeks to address some of the resulting ambiguity by raising awareness of one pivotal event. Though omitted from most accounts of the 20th century, it deserves a prominent place in our collective memory, not only because of the light it casts on the development of Canada’s national identity, but also because it provides a key to understanding why success eludes our well-meaning attempts to achieve both international peace and a solution for complex Indigenous rights issues.