July 28, 2011 - Assumptions

I think we often assume too much. We'd be wise to question more.

Have you ever been asked, "Do you understand all the elements of the charges against you." I don't know about you, but I am always tempted to say 'Yes' just so they don't think I'm stupid. What about answering, "No, as a matter of fact I don't could you explain them to me?"

One of the elements concerns jurisdiction. By that I mean, does the Act, from which the charges are derived, actually pertain to me or is an  assumption. I've never been charged with an offence under the Crown Attorneys Act or the Milk Act because they don't apply to me. Who determines what applies and do I have any say in this? If they make the rules and they decide what I am obligated to do then am I free or a slave?

SLAVERY. 1. A situation in which one person has absolute power over the life, fortune, and liberty of another… Black's Law Dictionary 8th ed.

Since the government, being a corporation and a person by law, does not offer us choice regarding the millions of statutes they have created, wouldn't that suggest slavery? 

Granted, I have the freedom to purchase whatever car I choose but I am forced by statute to register it's title to the province if I want to use the car on roads which are my inalienable right. I pay for the car, but do I own it?

According to the Canadian Ownership and Control Determination Act:

"owned" means, subject to the regulations, beneficially owned, and the words "owner" and "ownership" have corresponding meanings;

We assume we owned the car but it's really only beneficially our. They have us attach their asset numbers to the front and back, and every year we purchase permission to continue to use their car. Is that nice of them?… or does it make you mad?

Nothing is as it appears, so don't assume anything. 

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