March 13, 2013 - A World Leader in Human Rights?

A World Leader in Human Rights?

According to Canada's website:

"Canada is recognized globally for its leadership on human rights issues, and takes principled positions to promote Canadian values of pluralism and tolerance throughout the world."

I find this especially interesting when, in fact, there are no human rights in Canada.

How can I say that? On a very basic level, human-beings are subject to Common Law. There is no court of Common Law in Canada according to the Director of Communication Services for the Supreme Court of Canada:

Question: "Can you direct me which court in Ontario and/or Canada are courts of Common Law?"

Response: "On behalf of the Supreme Court of Canada, we acknowledge receipt of your email of November 14, 2012.  Your email has been referred to me for reply.

"I regret to inform you that neither a judge nor the Supreme Court of Canada is able to be of assistance to you.  The Court is only empowered to consider matters that have arisen on appeal from the decisions of the highest courts of final resort of the provinces and territories, as well as from the Federal Court of Appeal and the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada.

"I would suggest that you contact a lawyer who would be able to advise you of the rights and remedies available to you."

Yours sincerely,
Chantal Portelance
DirectorCommunications Services

What do we have in Canada? "Person" rights! These are rights that the government grants or allows a "person" to have. We are are treated as a "person," a legal entity created by government, not as human-beings. This position is enforced by fear, threat, and/or intimidation.

A leader in human rights? Bravo Sierra! The government doesn't recognize that it has any human-beings in Canada...

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