October 3, 2012 - The Gig is Up

The Gig is Up

We, the people of Canada, have been duped long enough! We been abused, stolen from, had our natural rights replaced with legal rights, and basically been reduced to the something similar to a disposable battery. They convert our energies/efforts into wealth from which they syphon a large portion through taxes, inflation, fees, and fines—legalized plunder.

Legalized plunder represents property taken from us via statutes issued which, in reality and lawfully, can only be taken from “persons."

The trick, or deception, is that we are not really “persons"—unless we consent to being one.

The politicians, very likely under pressure from international bankers, have had these statutes written as pertaining to “persons” and have defined the term in an ambiguous way that has deceived us, and perhaps the courts, into believing the term includes human-beings. If the courts have not been fooled by the bankers then they are party to the fraud.

The definition of “person" used in most statutes reads:

“person”, or any word or expression descriptive of a person, includes a corporation. Interpretation Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. I-21)

This slick little line really means that only corporations (legal or artificial entities) are the “persons” referred to in these acts. Persons are legal entities created by statute.

"A legal person is anything to which the law gives a legal or fictional existence or personality with capacity for rights and duties. The only legal person known to our form of law is the corporation, the body corporate.” Hague v. Cancer Relief & Research Institute, [1939] 4 DLR 191 (Man. K.B.)

We know this because law dictionaries are clear in defining the term “includes” as limiting and because a Maxim of Law (MOL) tell us that, “The inclusion of one is to the exclusion of others.” The courts have demonstrated difficulty in reading this for what it says, however, we have other documentation which supports the law’s interpretation of this term. 

The Charter of Rights and Freedoms, article 26 admits:

"The guarantee in this Charter of certain rights and freedoms shall not be construed as denying the existence of any other rights or freedoms that exist in Canada.” (emphasis mine)

We also have the United Nation’s documents included within the International Bill of Human Rights. Therein we read:

"Everyone shall have the right to recognition everywhere as a person before the law.” International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, Article 16 & Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 6

No one is born a “person”! If being a “person” is a benefit granted then must also be a benefit that can be refused since, “No one is obliged to accept a benefit against his consent.” (MOL)

There you have it! If you don’t want to be considered as being a “person” at some point in time then tell them you decline the benefit!

To fully grasp the magnitude of this you need to examine some statutes, or at least that one by which someone is trying to fleece you. 

Enjoy! (p.s. this position still depends on the integrity of our courts…)

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