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No Freedom – Canadians Died in Vain?

There is no freedom in Canada due to no freewill choice and no rule of law. Did Canadian soldiers die in vain?

There is no freedom in Canada due to no freewill choice and no rule of law. Did our soldiers die in vain?

Summary

Freedom is never free. Canadians fought in two World Wars believing they were preserving freedom. But they would be rolling in their graves if they knew Canada is now a country without freedom.

Background

Freedom includes having freewill choice in a country obeying the rule of law. Some say that is Communism’s opposite. If that is the case, Canada is now Communist.

Basically, Canada is now a Communist country

No Freedom Means No Freewill Choice

Freewill choice does not exist in Communism. But, despite the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Section 7, that’s what Canada is right now.

For example, in 1936 Canada “conceded[1] to its Supreme Court ordinary employment is outside their jurisdiction. But if you try to do that, Canada will just ignore the rule of law and rule against you. They did that to Dr. Bill Russell by changing his facts. But that is against the rule of law.

Dr. William Russell. Picture: www.askdrbill.com

Dr. William Russell. Picture: www.askdrbill.com

No Freedom Means No Rule of Law

Duhaime’s says rule of law means,

That individuals, persons and government shall submit to, obey and be regulated by law, and not arbitrary action by an individual or a group of individuals.

In Canada, rule of law includes lower courts following higher courts’ rulings (in Latin: stare decisis). For example, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that for a motion like Russell, his facts must be assumed as true. In their Russell court submissions, CRA even admitted that. In addition, in her Russell order, the judge also acknowledged that.

In short, Russell can exercise his freedom to work outside the federal Income Tax Act’s jurisdiction. Therefore, to rule instead for Canada, the court changed Russell’s facts – to the opposite[2]!

The Tax Court of Canada deliberately ignored the rule of law

 

Tax Court of Canada judge Valerie Millar ruled against Russell.

Tax Court of Canada judge Valerie Millar deliberately ignored the rule of law and ruled against Russell.

Freedom Consequences?

Having to Spend Prudently

If the court in Russell instead had obeyed the rule of law, it would then have to rule for him. That means Canada would then collect less income tax. But lower public money income is not all bad. One consequence is forcing Canada into spending more prudently.

Less Interest Payments

A good chunk of Canada’s income is paying the interest from borrowing money. Instead, Canada could borrow from the Bank of Canada with zero net interest.

Canada could borrow from the Bank of Canada with zero net interest

 

The Bank of Canada building in Ottawa, Ontario

The Bank of Canada building in Ottawa, Ontario

Conclusion

Canada obeying the rule of law means lower public money income. However, this can be counterbalanced with prudent spending and less interest payments. But it seems nothing changes despite who is in power. That is why we conclude Canada is now a country without freedom. So what did Canadian soldiers die for? Like the first picture says, the least we can do is stand up for freedom.

Canada is now a country without freedom

 

  1. Reference re legislative jurisdiction of Parliament of Canada to enact the Employment and Social Insurance Act (1935, c. 48), [1936] SCR 427, page 428 
  2. For an in-depth analysis, see Apu’s Theory, Part 4: Does the Russell Order Validate Apu’s Theory?

 

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