February 14, 2013 - Self-determination


The International Covenant of Civil and Political Rights, in article 1, states

  1. All peoples have the right of self-determination.  By virtue of that right they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.

This covenant was signed by Canada and it represent law.

Evidencing an ignorance of human rights common among our judges and lawyers, an Ontario Appeal Court responded with an assertive, “NO” when, in making my point I asked, “Don’t I have the right to self-determination?”

That judge just broke the law… and violated my human rights...

We have the right of self-determination, by virtue of being human, and that right permits us to “freely determine” our “political status” including the determination of being a “person” before the law or not. 

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