Legal Definitions

May 15, 2017

Wilfully Blind for Income Tax

Summary Wilfully blind, in a legal sense, means being suspicious but refraining from asking. Canadian tax evasion cases1 use it to replace proving you have a guilty mind. To not be wilfully blind, you need to seek opinions from lawyers, CRA, and professional accountants. However, the Government does not give […]
May 1, 2017

Privatize Crown Corporations is a Myth

Summary Privatize Crown corporations is a myth. This is because shareholders in the so-called private sector are not investing with their private property. Shareholders are Income Tax Act “officers” investing with Canada’s “public money“. This would include shares held, monies borrowed to buy shares, and all dividends received by shareholders. […]
March 6, 2017

Obfuscating Canadian Tax Law and the Movie “Arrival”

Summary Obfuscating Canadian tax laws impedes you from claiming your income as your private property. The movie “Arrival” illustrates how they do this. “Arrival” talks about the Sapir-Whorf Hypothesis. It proposes the language you use determines how you think and see the world around you. Canada’s government obfuscates tax laws […]
February 11, 2017

Deem – How Canada’s Laws Presume You Guilty

Summary Deem is a powerful word in law. TV and movies deem people innocent until proven guilty. That applies mainly to criminal matters. In civil (non-criminal) matters, Canadian law can deem you guilty until you prove otherwise [ref] The legal term is “reverse onus”.[/ref]. An example could be not reporting […]
October 31, 2016

Jury Acquits Antigovernment Protestors

Summary A jury acquitted the Bundys of conspiracy and weapons charges on October 28, 2016. The US Government assumed an easy conviction. The jury acquittal is even more remarkable when you consider that juries are unable to see the whole case. They can only determine the facts. They can no […]