March 30, 2013 - Canada - A Nation With No People

Canada - A Nation With No People

Before you disagree, hear me out. 

First, let me define my terms: 

  • When we, the people, speak of "Canada" we refer to the geographical land mass just north of the USA. However, when the government, or legal system, uses the term they refer to "Canada" as that which is "constituted"1 by the Constitution Act, 1867. In other words Canada is a legal entity, a corporation. 
  • By "people" I refer to human-beings—men and women. 

People have inalienable, God-given, rights. Those resident in Canada, its several provinces, and its territories have no inherent rights.

inalienable right. A right that cannot be transferred or surrendered; esp., a natural right such as the right to own property. — Also termed inherent right.

Let's look further into this claim. 

People have a natural right to hunt and fish for food. This is not a privilege that has to be purchased from a group of people who were elected and empowered to prevent greedy corporations from over-fishing or over-hunting so as to reduce the people's food supply.

People, men and women, are restricted in only two ways. They are not permitted to infringe upon, abrogate, or abridge the rights of other people and they are obligated to fulfill their lawful agreements.

Barring these restriction, they have the right to be left alone, to pursue their interests, and make a living using whatever means, skills, or talents they possess. 

This is obviously not the case in Canada where a "person"2 must purchase permission to own a dog, or purchase permission to hunt or fish from those who themselves don't even own those resources. 

Where else do this show up?

To take a man or woman's money without consent is called theft according to the law, however, in Canada a crown corporation such as the CRTC or some branch of government can decide to give some of my money to a needy broadcasting company without my consent or take money from my bank account (Cyprused) to pay off the debts of some bank or private corporation, without my consent. That would never happen to people in a land under the "rule of law."3

In Ontario, Highway 407 ETR was built using the people’s money. Under "inalienable," a law dictionary like Black’s, will inform you that public highways and rivers are the people’s inalienable right. Highway 407 was not the government’s property to sell or lease to another corporation nor are people obligated to pay a fee to travel that roadway. However, in Ontario every “person” is charged a user fee.

Speaking of  highways and rivers, every "person" is required to purchase a licence for their car or boat and another for themselves in order to use their car or boat, on a highway or waterway which is lawfully the inalienable right and property of the people.

In a nation founded upon the "rule of law" people cannot lawfully be compelled to work without pay, however, in every city in Canada "persons" are required to maintain the city's sidewalks and boulevards without renumeration—or face charges under a by-law.  

Consider this:

  • if people cannot be compelled to work without pay but a "person" can; 
  • if people have an inalienable right to free use of highways but a "person" must pay a fee;
  • if money cannot be taken from people without consent but a "person" can be robbed;
  • if people have an inherent right to hunt and fish for food but every "person" must buy a permit;
  • if people have an inalienable right to use the waterways but a "person" must purchase a licence;
  • if people can own a dog but every "person" must buy permission to own one;

...then those who line up to purchase the licences and those lined up in provincial and federal courts to pay fines for not having these various and many licences are not people. Then those who clean the snow or cut the grass of property not their own, or pay fines for failing to do so, cannot be people. All these licences, fees, and fines can only be applied against a "person." People can do these things as an inalienable, natural, right.

What other conclusion can we come to except that, as a legal term, "person" does not refer to people, and therefore, there are no people, no men or women, in Canada, there are only "persons." In spite of the rhetoric, there are no human rights in Canada, in fact the courts have no idea what a human right is! 

Everyone is irrevocably deemed a resident of Canada—the corporation—and can therefore only be a "person." 

Did you knowingly, and with full disclosure, agree to be recognized as a "person" in "Canada?" Did you knowingly surrender any of the inherent rights that are yours as a man or a woman—people? If you have to buy your rights and privileges then you are not people, you are a "person."

Canada is a nation has no people!

Footnotes

1 "4. Unless it is otherwise expressed or implied, the Name Canada shall be taken to mean Canada as constituted under this Act." Constitution Act, 1867.

2 "“person”, or any word or expression descriptive of a person, includes [is limited to] a corporation" Interpretation Act (R.S.C., 1985, c. I-21)

3 "Whereas Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the rule of law" Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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