No Justice is a Crime.
PLEASE HELP STOP ABUSE OF OUR CHILDREN & FAMILIES
Most of us know of someone in our community whose family has been ravaged by our family court system. False allegations, lies, deceptions, and poor decisions by judges are destroying the children of divorce, who are stuck in the middle. Please copy this report and pass it on to as many of your friends, neighbors, relatives and co-workers as possible. It is only through awareness in our community of knowing the truth about how our family court system is destroying our families that the destruction of our families will be stopped. Call, write and fax your member of Provincial Parliament and demand that he or she supports government initiatives to take family matters out of the adversarial court system.
The Rule of Law and the Courts
Responsible government and federalism are two cornerstones of our system of government. There is a third, without which neither of the first two would be safe: the rule of law.
What does the rule of law mean?
It is to mean that everyone is subject to the law; that no one, no matter how important or powerful, is above the law — not the government; not the Prime Minister, or any other Minister; not the Queen or the Governor General or any Lieutenant-Governor; not the most powerful bureaucrat; not the armed forces or police; not Parliament itself, or any provincial legislature. None of these has any powers except those given to it by law: by the Constitution Act, 1867, or its amendments; by a law passed by Parliament or a provincial legislature; or by the common law of England, which we inherited, and which, though enormously modified by our own Parliament or provincial legislatures, remains the basis of our constitutional law and our criminal law, and the civil law (property and civil rights) of the whole country except Quebec (which has its own civil code).
If anyone were above the law, none of our liberties would be safe. As it is now the legislation and courts has indeed perverted the laws of the land, see BCRevolution.
The great principle of the independence of the judiciary, which is even older than responsible government. Responsible government goes back only about 200 years. The independence of the judiciary goes back almost 300 years to the English Act of Settlement of 1701, which resulted from the English Revolution of 1688. That Act provided that the judges, though appointed by the King (nowadays, of course, on the advice of a responsible Cabinet), could be removed only if both Houses of Parliament, by a formal address to the Crown, asked for their removal. If a judge gave a decision the government disliked, it could not touch him or her, unless both Houses agreed. In the almost three centuries that have followed, only one judge in the United Kingdom has been so removed, and none since 1830.
The constitution provides that almost all our courts shall be provincial, that is, created by the provincial legislatures. But it also provides that the judges of all these courts from county courts up (except courts of probate in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick) shall be appointed by the federal government. What is more, it provides that judges of the provincial "superior courts" (the Superior Court of Quebec, the supreme courts of the other provinces, and all the provincial courts of appeal) shall be removable only on address to the Governor General by both Houses of Parliament. The Acts setting up the Supreme Court of Canada and the Federal Court have the same provision. No judge of any Canadian superior court has ever been so removed. All of them are perfectly safe in their positions, no matter how much the Government may dislike any of their decisions. The independence of the judiciary is even more important in Canada than in Britain, because in Canada the Supreme Court interprets the written constitution, and so defines the limits of federal and provincial powers.
With the inclusion of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, the role of the courts has become even more important, since they have the tasks of enforcing the rights and of making the freedoms effective.
Judges of the county courts can be removed only if one or more judges of the Supreme Court of Canada, or the Federal Court, or any provincial superior court, report after inquiry that they have been guilty of misbehavior, or have shown inability or incapacity to perform their duties.
The Supreme Court of Canada, established by an Act of the national Parliament in 1875, consists of nine judges, three of whom must come from the Quebec Bar. The judges are appointed by the Governor General on the advice of the national Cabinet, and hold office until they reach age 75. The Supreme Court has the final decision not only on constitutional questions but also on defined classes of important cases of civil and criminal law. It deals also with appeals from decisions of the provincial courts of appeal.
YOU, THE PEOPLE, DECIDE WHAT'S RIGHT
"Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is in an organized conspiracy to oppress, rob, and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe."
- Our government has imposed standards of responsibility for:
Non-Custodial parents, under threats of jail, ignoring every fundamental precept of The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedom, while NO OTHER CITIZENS (Feminist) or Women in our society are held to the same, or for that matter, any standard.
TRADITIONAL METHODS OF ACTIVISM HAVE FAILED US MISERABLY!
I believe that it is time to fight fire with fire - to pull the plug on a system that continues to use ignorance, fear and intimidation to rape the people it is supposed to protect. You are being given an opportunity to participate in a pivotal moment in Canadian history. "We the People" tell the government what to do, it doesn't tell us. "We the People" are the driver - and the government is the car. And we decide where it should go even if it means not paying TAXES, and by what route and how fast.
No Government or Government Agency has Jurisdiction over the truth in these matters nor can they violate your Rights. The time has come to remind all Governments that radical feminist special interest groups do not dictate policy, nor do they have the right to implant their way of life on you fathers and your children. Fathers must no longer accept this political double-talk from governments, while they using its power to pressure fathers to adapt to what terrorist tactic's they use.
Governments in Canada CONTINUE TO FOLLOW THE PATH AS OTHER GOVERNMENTS HAVE, AND ALLOW A SIGNIFICANT NUMBER OF ITS OWN CITIZENS TO BE TREATED AS HUMAN WASTE.
It is critical that all fathers come together and demonstrate our resolve, to finally put an end to our status as,
Class Action Lawsuit are based upon Constitutional issues of equal protection.. Our Class Distinction is Non-custodial Parents. Legal scholars who have volunteered their time to research this case are convinced that WE CAN PREVAIL. The legal principal is not complicated – non-custodial parents face routine abuse of their Constitutional Rights while other citizens (including criminals) do not.
Special Interest groups (Angry Man Hating Radical Feminazi's) in this country are continually afforded unique protection under the eyes of the law. We now have Hate Crimes (the most ridiculous legal concept to ever come from Canada), Bias Crimes, Preferential Hiring, and Protection for Sexual Orientation, and on and on.
WHAT ABOUT PROTECTION FOR THE MOST IMPORTANT JOB IN THE WORLD? (Fathers)
This is not a Pro Se case. Fathers must intend to retain the most qualified Civil Rights attorneys in this country. Fathers should prepared to file this suit in Federal Court, with each of all the provinces as defendants.
More importantly, a class action of such proportion will command not only the attention of all branches of our government - Executive, Legislative and Judicial - but the media as well.
"A right is not what someone gives you; "It is, what no one can take from you." YOUR VOICE COUNTS! USE IT!