November 17, 2017 - Not With My Consent

A delegated authority cannot be delegated; a delegated power cannot itself be delegated. Maxim of Law

Power that is derived cannot be greater than that from which it is derived. a Maxim of Law

These two Maxims of Law1 state basically that the creator will always have greater authority than what was created.

Since governments2 as crown corporations, mere legal fictions, are created in the minds and by the laws of men/women (wo/men) it is consonant with reason that they cannot lawfully possess or exercise authority over other wo/men without their expressed—not presumed— consent.

"The Parliament of Canada and the Legislatures of the several Provinces are sovereign within their sphere defined by The British North America Act, but none of them has the unlimited capacity of an individual." Supreme Court of Canada

Canada, the provinces, territories, and their governments, are corporations, institutions, created by the British monarchy—wo/men. Those who serving in these corporations have, by their oath (of office or of allegiance) pledged to serve the monarchy, their heirs, (not you) and to be subservient as officers of these corporations. 

"Every man is independent of all laws, except those prescribed by nature. He is not bound by any institutions formed by his fellowmen without his consentCRUDEN v. NEALE 2 NC 338 (1796) 2 SE 70

Because our judicial systems, created by these corporations, operate by presuming that we too have consented to be subserviant to government we must actively and adamantly rescind all expressed and implied consent, acknowledging that we are subservient to God alone.

According to the Supreme Court of Canada, “…the circumstances in which the issue of consent may arise. While varied, they include the following fact situations:

(a)  Explicit consent, where voluntary agreement is expressly communicated by verbal or body language;
(b)  Explicit refusal, where refusal of consent is expressly communicated by verbal or body language;
(c)  A complainant lacking the capacity to consent or refuse because of unconsciousness or incoherence;
(d)   A complainant lacking the legal capacity to consent, e.g., a child;
(e)  Consent vitiated by force or duress;
(f)   Passivity where neither assistance nor resistance is offered;
(g)  Ambiguous conduct, which can be read in different ways;
(h)  Ambiguity arising from external circumstances.”

"Body language" such as complying to an order like "All Rise" would be an explicit consent to be under the authority of their court. 

"Do you not know that when you present yourselves to someone as slaves for obedience, you are slaves of the one whom you obey" Romans 6:16

Best to inform them of your explicitly refusal up front, "My actions or congeniality in this court are not to be construed as implying consent to the forfeiture of any of my God-given rights."

This being true, we do have responsibilities, under God's law, to mankind:

"These are the precepts of law: To live honourably; to hurt nobody; to render to everyone his due." Inst. 1, 1, 3; B1, Comm. 40. - a Maxim of Law.


Footnotes:

1. MAXIM. An established principle or proposition. A principle of law universally admitted, as being just and consonant with reason. Bouvier's Dictionary of Law, 1856

2. Governments, be they Federal, Provincial, Municipal, etc. are traded as for profit corporations and listed on US Securities Exchange Commission.

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