DECEMBER - 2016
OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED NOW TO U.S. PRESIDENT TRUMP
(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)
CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - DEC.01-2016
JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada)
BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’ in an 'Outlaw Justice System' due to systematic judicial malfeasance employescasecanada.ca (31 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985) now known judicially as ‘the cluster-fuck case’ which has been through 12 different court systems and over 40 judges. No compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid. This series is now directed to the incoming U.S. President Mr. D. Trump whose 'the U.S. Judiciary is the laughing stock of the world' is echoed here in Canada by the Employees Case which has revealed similar dry-rot in the Canadian Judiciary, particularly as it relates to its moribund oversight bodies including the executive powers of the P.M. PLACARD: JUSTIN, GO BACK TO TEACHING DRAMA. The Justice System as noted in the NOVEMBER 27-16 Newsletter continues to get ubered (external threat from an unexpected source) through the interlocking legal proceedings from different courts across Canada. Pulitzer Prize seeking writer is sought in this one-of-a-kind story of the century. Mr. Trump, you have an obligation to warn U.S. commercial interests of sentiments behind this PLACARD: STAY OUT OF A CANADIAN COURTROOM UNLESS YOU FIRST BUY THE JUDGE
1) This litigant is the target of a continuous 31 year government conspiracy characterized by the hi-jacking of the imposed B.C. Gov't. BILL 35 (1985-since repealed before this sole laid case was resolved) and the co-opting of the judiciary (gerrymandered arbitrator appointment later ruled patently unreasonable - he converted 16 new hires to read 16 lay-offs before adding my name as the necessary 17th lay-off) - when the courts quashed the arbitration but which the Employer refuses to accept due to the imposed nature of BILL 35) to sanction a sweetheart deal between some former local union leaders and the Superintendent out to protect an administrator that I had accused in writing of fraud visavis my professional Report on Teacher=whistle blowing.
2) For the past 31 years, the many courts hearing this issue have indulged in their own brand of unchecked fraudulent activity leaving Canada in a state of anarchy where only the streets are currently available to individual citizens seeking redress.
3) We hear such legal phrases bolstering injudicious behaviour such as 'having one's day in court' or 'telling the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth'; phrases which the judicial fraternity including judges and lawyers would conveniently exempt themselves although a loose claim to oversight bodies is made in that latter regard. Losing litigants are invariably chased out of court with the costs of 'legal billable time bullshit'.
4) The typical court hearing as upheld by the anti-employee media leaves the false impression that both sides to a dispute get their say while a judge gives careful evaluation to the two sides before rendering a verdict. Nothing could be further from the truth if the Employees Case (E.C.) is any example which I believe it is. The verdict is invariably in before the judge walks into the courtroom cherry-picking which laws he will use to support his decision. Oftentimes - as has been the case with the E.C. - judicial decisions have been reached which are no part of the proceedings.
5) Hence the tremendous fear for a written judicial decision in the case of the constitutional question currently being set before the Alberta Courts (Premier Notley reference due to court obfuscation) which asks the fundamental question as to whether imposed government legislation may supplant statute law...it can't be any more basic than that. Further obfuscation exists in Ontario Courts (Attorney General Y. Naqvi soon to be displaced for inaction) with the laying of a $20 million fraud charge against the Employer also to be run on a written basis.
6) With massive lay-offs looming among teachers, it is no balm that Canadian justice can no longer be trusted.
TO: ON Premier K. Wynne FROM: Roger Callow (aka 'The Outlawed Canadian')
Legislative Building #2001 - 1285 Cahill Dr. E.
Queen's Park Ottawa, Ontario K1V 9A7
Toronto, ON M7A 1A1 fax: 613-521-1739
Registered Mail TOPIC: employescasecanada.ca
1) When Attorney Generals mess up, I turn to the Premier of the Province.
2) I am inclined to agree with former military ombudsman and Tory candidate, André Morin, that the last 3 ON A.G.'s were deficient; particularly your apparent heir apparent, Yasir Naqvi, whom has shown himself to be 'less than competent' with the Employee's Case file of this litigant.
3) Included in this account, therefore, is a 3-page letter to Naqvi dated July 20-2016 and a second 3-page letter to him dated August 6-2016 relating to very serious deficiencies in the operation of ON courts in the above legal matter.
4) Conspiracies such as evidenced in the above legal matter operate on the Maginot Line mentality (WW1) that 90,000 Frenchmen can't be wrong. In short, the more people that say the same thing, the more true becomes the proposition in propaganda terms.
5) In the Employee's Case, to place it in a nutshell, fraudulent actions by Ottawa Superior Court Judges Colin McKinnon and Robert Scott, (both originally Federal Court appointees = Canadian Judicial Council overview which was non-existent) created the situation which subsequently played out in the Supreme Court of Canada in QC 36883 and SK 36993 in 2016. Both cases were not given leave to be heard by the same panel of judges (much to my vehement objection as to conflict of interest - 25C previously rescinded) leaving the Prime Minister with the responsibility to deal with obvious fraudulent actions by these two judges as detailed in the two letters to Naqvi. That is my first complaint to you.
6) The current complaint relates to an action for $20 million dollars against the B.C. Employer in Toronto Superior Court which I inadvertently mailed the Action plus fee to the wrong address; namely, the Appeal Court/Divisional Court at Osgoode Hall. It was returned with the fee. Due to the difficulty with an earlier fee sent to the Appeal Court of Chief Justice George Strathy which disappeared down the rabbit hole along with the Appeal factum, I forwarded the factum to a corrected address with evidence of the fee draft awaiting the assignment of a docket number before the original draft fee is sent. SEE Registry clerk response & my Reply - 3 pages NOV.27. I have just received the factums back again without a docket number with the same box 'ticked' stating 'Due to the complexity of this matter, personal attendance at court is required.' Why should this statement obviate the assignment of a docket number? Granted my request was for a written party by party judgment; but that is a request which the court, and not the Registry, can modify. In brief, the Registry is usurping the role of the court by not assigning a docket number. That is my second complaint to you.
7) As outlined in the Action, the $20 million is a default claim which is why I have asked for a written decision which would avoid the hi-jinks of every court hearing for the past 30 years in which the presiding judge believes 'pulling a rabbit out of a hat' is the way to go leaving this case in inexplicable limbo. That's why a 21st century Prime Minister is involved; Trudeau currently passing on using his executive powers if only to call in the RCMP. The Montreal RCMP branch is being kept apprised by me of developments.
8) Why do I label this current action a 'default' action? For 30 years, every court hearing this matter refuses to examine the question of disclosure which, in the Employee's Case, would permit me to lay a charge of fraud against the B.C. Employer in British Columbia (fraud pre-empts other laws such as 'frivolous & vexatious' behaviour).
9) Hence the court is faced with a two tier question:
a) Will the Employer voluntarily produce the necessary disclosure?
b) In absence of such a voluntary production, will the court order those documents to be produced?
c) In absence of a) or b), the court should mandate the paying of the $20 million fee requested
d) In the event of a production of this disclosure or the assignment of the default fee, I have finished with the Ontario court.
e) In the event that a judge attempts to call for an oral hearing, no doubt on the grounds of jurisdiction or 'frivolous & vexatious' behaviour - two specious excuses, then I invite them to apply the laws of transference to B.C. which would include an examination of the Cullen Creed of 2013 by which I was expelled from the B.C. legal system 'for reasons best known to a judge' in this unresolved labour matter. No court to date will mention the Cullen Creed. Further, no quest of jurisdiction was raised when the Employer laid an action in 13-59060 claiming that they owed no compensation in this matter as they did not recognize court overview which quashed the arbitration in 1986 ruling, as it did, the arbitrator to be patently unreasonable. My argument was also ignored by McKinnon j. that compensation - in whatever amount - is owed whether it is under the terms of the neophyte imposed BILL 35, the collective bargaining rules (if applicable) or the general application of contract. (No compensation, which includes pension rights, has been paid in this legal matter.)
f) As far as Ontario courts and your personal reputation is concerned, the larger question raised in this current action by me will see if Ontario is to be thrown directly into the conspiracy if any more judicial concupiscence is evidenced.
10) Please assign an officer to expedite this case into receiving a document number. I return the materials to you by registered mail for the purpose.
11) I would not assign any more money to the courts in Canada including sums Naqvi has assigned in Ontario for the purpose considering the intolerable judicial mess due to 'legal billable time bullshit' which pervades the judiciary including the Employee's Case.
12) The simple question above has always been the central question in this case; namely, does imposed legislation supplant statute law where it is not explicitly stated? It is the key question relating government to courts but in the Employee's Case, the Judiciary is marching to the tune of a different drummer although what that tune is defies explanation.
13) The Employer's stand is that imposed legislation obviates overview such as the courts or labour board (in this case); a proposition which the courts have denied in failing to give a decision for 31 years. Next June, due to declining enrolment, to be sure School Board lawyers are going to quote the unchallenged BILL 35 (B.C. 1985, since rescinded) as a precedent in future cases thus, it is asserted here, making a mockery of the Justice System.
14) As to efficient courts, Justice Scott, unpropitiously projected the type of hearing (14-61592 Sept. 23-2014) which should characterize all courts as a means of efficiency: 'Mr. Callow, I will only hear argument as to any appeal of the 'frivolous & vexatious' charge earlier made against you.' As the Respondent in 13-59060 (April 23-2014 decision), McKinnon j. ignored the constitutional question presented by the Employer to discuss 'all issues' leaving me to read in his judgment the application of the frivolous and vexatious charge of which details appeared to be prepared by the court offices as opposed to the Employer, the latter being the normal procedure. In any event, I had a complete rebuttal set for the September hearing which was still-born due to the fraudulent actions of McKinnon j., Scott j. and Hicks, Morley et al for the employer (since dropped out for reasons 'best known to themselves').
15) Unknown to me, there was collusion between the three parties mentioned above in September, wherein McKinnon would write a second Order a few days before the September hearing which made no mention of the first Order although it was essentially the same; the point being that my written arguments were robbed of any value. Hicks, Morley et al whom had not filed a 'Notice of Appearance' bounced into court on September 23-2014 slapping this bogus second Order into the ready hands of Scott j. amid my most vociferous objection. Scott further muddied the waters when he entered a 'stay of proceedings' so that the Appeal Court returned my documents because 'there was no decision'.
16) The oversight bodies including the Supreme Court of Canada are MIA leaving this matter, as explained in other documents, in the hands of a 21st century Prime Minister; P.M. Trudeau apparently choosing to take 'a pass'. In brief, these two judges should not be sitting on the bench hearing other cases until this matter is cleared up.
17) Expediting this current factum for fraud against the B.C. Employer, therefore, is axiomatic if the Ontario courts and now the Office of Premier K. Wynne are not to be accused of systematic judicial abuse. I view with great suspicion as to why two Registries wish me to approve an oral hearing without knowing the wishes of the Respondent. Will it be that some sort of judicial stunt will be perpetuated e.g. a third party request for 'intervener status' to run up a huge judicial bill for which I will be eventually dunned?
The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial malfeasance
DECEMBER 05-2016 SECOND REQUEST Fax: 902-368-4416
TO: Premier Wade MacLauchlan P.E.I.
Fifth Floor South-Shaw Bdlg.
95 Rochford St. P.O. Box 2000
Charlottetown, PE C1A 7N8
FROM: Roger Callow- Appellant (no docket number)
2001-1285 Cahill Drive
Ottawa, ON K1V 9A7
1) As the Appellant in a legal matter focused on disclosure, I appear to be filibustered by the Charlottetown Superior Court in receiving a docket number.
2) If this filibustering parallels events in other provinces in this highly contentious labour case with its genesis in British Columbia, credibility of the PEI courts may be at stake. Some Chief Justices in other venues seek to hide behind Registry clerks in order to obviate the assignment of a docket number in order that a legal matter may not be given 'due process'. Judges, not clerks - it is submitted here - should run the court system. As such, your office is negatively affected with any such judicial malfeasance.
3) I have revised my factum as recommended by the Charlottetown Court. Should further revision be requested, tell me what to do and I will do it but don't just ignore this legal matter. A reply is requested. N.B. factum plus fee sent to Premier MacLauchlan some time ago. There has been no reply. RC (Dec.5-2016 addition)
4) A copy of this letter is included to Federal Justice Minister Wilson-Raybould whom should have assigned an official to examine all aspects of this case by now. Currently in P.E.I., my hope is that Chief Justice J.R. Matheson will assign a 'Vaillancourt' (Duffy Trial reference) to hear this submission and not a 'B' level justice such as I have been receiving with over 40 justices in other venues.
Roger Callow employescasecanada.ca
cc Justice Minister Hon. J.Wilson-Raybould plus A) SCofC (36883) letter & my response - 3p. B) May 01-2016 Newsletter-'Oversight Bodies'-3 pages C) Letters to Harris & Co. re SCofC Appeal of SK (i) March 02-16-3p. (ii) Apr.20-16-10p.
In the event of no response, matters will revert to the PMO. RWC
OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED TO POTUS Mr. TRUMP
(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)
CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - DEC.07-2016
JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada)
BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’ in an 'Outlaw Justice System' due to systematic judicial malfeasance employescasecanada.ca (31 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985) now known judicially as ‘the cluster-fuck case’ which has been through 12 different court systems and over 40 judges. No compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid. This series is now directed to the incoming U.S. President Mr. D. Trump whose 'the U.S. Judiciary is the laughing stock of the world' is echoed here in Canada by the Employees Case which has revealed similar dry-rot in the Canadian Judiciary, particularly as it relates to its moribund oversight bodies including the executive powers of the P.M. PLACARD: JUSTIN, GO BACK TO TEACHING DRAMA. The Justice System as noted in the NOVEMBER 27-16 Newsletter continues to get ubered (external threat from an unexpected source) through the interlocking legal proceedings from different courts across Canada. Pulitzer Prize seeking writer is sought in this one-of-a-kind story of the century. Mr. Trump, you have an obligation to warn U.S. commercial interests of the sentiments behind this
PLACARD: STAY OUT OF A CANADIAN COURTROOM UNLESS YOU FIRST BUY THE JUDGE
1) '...While it may seem like a minor event on the global stage now, history is full of moments that initially seemed of little importance, but like the final grain of sand that ignites a landslide, in retrospect those moments changed the global landscape in ways that were previously unimaginable.' Termatica Research-O.S.
2) '...Elected governments come and go, their hour on the stage barely noted. But the bureaucracy trudges on-unstoppable, unbendable and largely unperturbed by inefficiency or outright waste....O.S. columnist J. Snobelen ...plus in the case of the Canadian Judiciary, outright fraud (R.C.)
LETTER TO THE AUDITOR GENERAL (CANADA), Michael Ferguson
cc ONTARIO AUDITOR GENERAL Bonnie Lysyk
1) A few years ago, I met an old Vancouver neighbor & former auditor general of Canada on a cruise ship. He seemed a little put out that he was not going to get the Order of Canada. I trust that is not your ambition. 'Brown nosers' fare much better.
2) Every so often, the media salivates with the production of an auditor-general's Report which attracts public attention for about 2 days and then it is business as usual until the whole procedure is repeated again with the next Report - deja vu all over again.
3) While accusations in these media accounts loom large, there is little detail as to the names of, for example, the fly-by-night construction companies or their principals.
ANATOMY OF A BUREAUCRATIC DEBACLE
4) This account, while it is not on your desk yet, is the typical bureaucratic bungling in the making as it relates to our ineffable Justice System which I have accused of systematic judicial malfeasance over 30 years of legal bungling including 4 inconsequential trips (the last two in 2016) to the Supreme Court of Canada and still this labour matter remains unresolved. Without a legal decision, no compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid.
5) The above situation is not unique to the bureaucracies, judicial or otherwise. At the root of the problem is that we are breeding 'good little bureaucrats' from our schools. As a former high school teacher, I can vouch for that. If this were the RCMP or the military, class actions can result. Unfortunately, there is only this one case stretching across 7 provinces which has revealed the dry rot that plagues our legal system. In short, we speak long on 'it's the law' at the expense of 'it's justice' or, in the words of that great jurist, Justice Estey, 'What must be avoided at all costs is a fundamental deprivation of justice under the law'. This is the kind of thing you could write in financial terms.
6) If Justice Mary Southin in 1986 had fulfilled her job when she quashed an arbitration supporting the lay-off of senior West Vancouver teacher, Roger Callow, in June of 1985 ruling, as she did, the arbitrator to be patently unreasonable, leaving this litigant in a permanent state of limbo, I would not be in the many courts today trying to get a resolution. He had converted 16 new hires to read 16 lay-offs with myself as the necessary 17th knowing full well that I was the only lay-off victim. BILL 35 was the 'Roger Callow Act' according to one Union lawyer.
7) From an auditor's point of view, I was paid up to November 4, 1985 as the contract stipulated that I was to be paid during the arbitration which under the conditions of the neophyte BILL 35, was restricted to 60 days. Further, the Board presumed a win on this basis although the arbitration hardly got under way by November.
8) 'She can't get away with that stunt', opined Lawyer & long-time city councillor, Harry Rankin, whom I had hired to replace the Union lawyer in what turned out to be a sweetheart deal. The stunt? She did not place me back on salary until this legal matter was resolved eliminating any leverage that I might have.
9) The point here is that compensation must be paid whether under the imposed conditions of BILL 35, (the only legal entity the Board recognizes), the collective bargaining process (a court assertion in 1995) or any other contractual conditions.
10) Bottom line as to compensation? As long as the courts (12 separate courts and over 40 judges stretching across 7 provinces amid much fraudulent action by the Judiciary) keep this matter in limbo thus shattering the Canadian Justice System thereby forcing a 21st Century Prime Minister (Justin Trudeau would be the first sacrifice by failing to exert his executive powers e.g. send in the RCMP -which I have supplied with pertinent documents- for disclosure documents), I cannot collect owed back salary appropriately compounded dating back to November 4-1985 no matter what the legal outcome.
11) When I collect such fees, an auditor for a government receives the bill because this is taxpayer money. That type of story is repeated ad nauseum as your accounts attest.
12) President Trump has little patience with the U.S. Justice System while I have even less patience with the Canadian equivalent.
13) The central problem with the judiciary (and other bureaucracies I am sure) is best labelled as 'legal billable time bullshit' which escapes our myopic anti-employee (or individual) media. Every time that I go to court, I am met with a 500 word 'book of authorities' so that a presiding justice can cherry pick the needle out of the haystack used to justify a pre-ordained outcome. In one case, a judge noted that only 5% of the compendium was used. Of course I get dunned for all expenses for these nefarious non-decisions on the central issues.
14) Replicate this procedure through every bureaucracy (remember delay means more money for the legal outfits and creates employment for government bureaucrats as well) and you have a system reminiscent of those amoeba which, by sucking all the oxygen out of the atmosphere, are able to produce another ice age.
15) The constitutional question which the Employer first raised in an action in Ontario (13-59060 Superior Court (Ottawa) Justice Colin McKinnon) and with which I was in agreement was ignored by the court. I am seeking the same question amid obfuscation by the AB Notley government in Alberta: namely, What is the relationship between imposed government legislation and statute law where the legislation does not specifically over-ride any provisions of statute law e.g. collective bargaining rules? This is the single most important question in a democracy; namely, the relationship between the government and the courts of law. In short, the Employer does not accept court overview of this arbitration and the courts have been unwilling to date to decide on that matter (including the Supreme Court of Canada).
1) 'The law's a farce, sonnyboy. You can plant evidence and suborn witnesses and make sweetheart deals with the prosecution. The only laws we're really interested in making stick are the laws of contract - because if commerce doesn't work we're eating tree bark instead of bread.' Cassidy Morris West
2) 'What needs we fear it, for who can call us to account?' Lady MacBeth
3) "Nowhere did the Board demonstrate the need to lay off a teacher...The Board should return employment to him." Madame Justice Mary Southin in quashing the arbitration. N.B. 'should' has weight in law
4) "The curse of the world is not decisions taken, Blake reflected, it's the decisions shelved, bought off, sidestepped" War Dance Tim Sebastian
5) It is dangerous to be right when the government is wrong. Pierre Elliot Trudeau (1919-2000) '...Every government must accept responsibility for the rights of the citizens within its own jurisdiction. Canada as a whole suffers when any of her citizens is denied his rights, for that injustice places the rights of all of us in jeopardy.'
OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED NOW TO POTUS Mr. TRUMP
(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)
CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - DEC.14-2016
JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada)
BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’ in an 'Outlaw Justice System' due to systematic judicial malfeasance employescasecanada.ca (31 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985) now known judicially as ‘the cluster-fuck case’ which has been through 12 different court systems and over 50 judges. No compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid. This series is now directed to the incoming U.S. President Mr. D. Trump whose statement 'the U.S. Judiciary is the laughing stock of the world' is echoed here in Canada by the Employees Case which has revealed similar dry-rot in the Canadian Judiciary, particularly as it relates to its moribund oversight bodies including the executive powers of the P.M. PLACARD: JUSTIN, GO BACK TO TEACHING DRAMA. The Justice System as noted in the NOVEMBER 27-16 Newsletter continues to get ubered (external threat from an unexpected source) through the interlocking legal proceedings from different courts across Canada. Pulitzer Prize seeking writer is sought in this one-of-a-kind story of the century. Mr. Trump, you have an obligation to warn U.S. commercial interests of the sentiments behind this court ban I have called for.
PLACARD: LOCK 'EM UP, LOCK THEM ALL UP / JUSTIN'S MONEYSPENDING CABINET MINISTERS
TWITTER DUM / TWITTER DEE
1) Hello Mr. Trump (not President Trump as you are not my President nor are you 'The Donald' a pejorative media term) and welcome as the international surrogate to the Employee's Case awaiting a future 21st century Prime Minister (Trudeau apparently passing on the challenge) to 'walk back the cat' on the one legal case which hangs like the Sword of Damocles over the necks of all Canadians. In this endeavor 338 M.P.'s need not apply as a replacement P.M..
2) Twitter all you like...even in the middle of the night if you so wish. Obama certainly made use of the internet so why not you? As to pithy sayings, most famous lines are limited to twitter length e.g. Blood, tears, toil and sweat Winston Churchill (WWII) Your theme should be serious messages from 'twitter dee' to joking 'twitter dum'. The media is quick with its amusing quips which have a darker side to it; namely young readers, in always looking for the punch line, will miss serious news.
3) The 'Lock her up'; a reference to your Hilary Clinton phrase used against Premier Notley of Alberta has the Canadian media badly upset as they are conditioned to seeing political party change of government to being the 'be all and end all' for media credibility in spite of the Auditor Generals condemnation of bureaucratic problems which go on and on for decades no matter which political stripe is the colour of the month.
4) As to locking up Hilary, I have 2 points. First of all, you did not tackle one individual, you hit the motherlode of Democratic Party bagmen operations. That's assassination language. More on this point later. Secondly, a Palm Beach neighbor of yours and colleague, former Prime Minister Brian Mulroney says it best as there is no connection between getting elected and doing the more serious job of running a government. In my terms, park your ego as you no longer need it. Consider your first and only apolitical President, George Washington, as you have a unique opportunity to 'make America great again' through producing meaningful employment. That's what your constituents want. They will forgive everything else to that end.
5) On a personal note, I have always been adamant against substance abuse and it is to your great personal credit that your family, similar to my own, is substance abuse free. With that much said, the 'war on drugs' has been lost and I support decriminalization efforts. I find it personally upsetting to learn that in an upscale city of Ottawa of one million population, there are 1000 young people living on the street largely due to substance abuse.
6) Immigration looms large in your policy. For some time, the flow of Mexican immigrants is back to Mexico for jobs. Deporting illegal field workers is problematical although every harvesting season in Ontario, Canada flies Mexican field workers in and out for the harvest period on work visas. On a visit to my aunt living in San Diego 35 years ago, she lamented how Mexicans were 'those poor people are starving'. She also had the obligatory 3 locks on her external apartment door and did not go out at night. That was a bad attack by a Muslim husband and wife of a 2 year old who sacrificed themselves along with other Americans in a terrorist attack in California last year. You are right in watching your borders.
7) You would do well to study the ramifications of the Employees Case which is the only unresolved legal case to stretch across 7 out of 10 provinces in Canada and has shown a disturbing trend of judicial culpability which appears endemic to the system but due to a limited appeal process for all other cases limited to a single province plus the Supreme Court of Canada, has not surfaced before. As pointed out above, the Canadian auditor general's Report (paralleled by the Ontario Report) is the only effective oversight body in Canada which includes Parliament and the incumbent Prime Minister. Because of credibility as opposed to the financial record being the yardstick, the Justice System escapes review. Hence the Employee's Case is a first, possibly for any democracy.
8) Governments, such as the current Federal one, are in the habit of manipulating 'structures' in order to get the answer they desire. For example, one body charged with being dysfunctional (most are) in approving the Kinder Pipe line to B.C. which was approved with the promise of a new structure to deal with waterway overviews as a diversion. Capitalism, in that regard, is being supplanted by Corporatism.
9) That government option is not available to the courts in the Employee's Case as the Justice System does not control matters as they must first wait for an action to be laid. That explains an unheralded debacle as fraud permeates all aspects of court hearings without equal in my case and the subsequent collapse of the credibility of the Canadian Justice System without which no court decision has any meaning.
10) A note here on imposed legislation as it relates to the basic relationship between government and the justice system is important here (the constitutional question currently being laid in Alberta). For minor matters not requiring the full consent of Parliament e.g. individual political appointments, an Order-in-Council is submitted. In more significant matters such as a government intervening in a timely matter to end a strike, legislation may be imposed although sometimes Parliament is called. The problem with the B.C. imposed BILL 35 is that the West Vancouver School Trustees refuse to recognize court oversight which quashed the arbitration favouring the School District ruling, as they did, the arbitrator to be patently unreasonable thus setting me on a 31 year kafkaesque search for a judicial answer in order to collect my compensation (includes pension rights). The matter of teacher lay-off clearly falls outside the 'imposed' function of government which is why it was declared by the Union in B.C. to be 'the battle of all teachers' (although it ended up the battle of only one teacher in a sweetheart deal for whistle blowing). Court cover-up in that period of that simple truth has defined Canada's Judiciary so that it is not only the U.S. Justice System which is 'a joke in the eyes of the world' to coin your term. (How an organized U.S. crime kingpin can remain behind bars for 12 years awaiting a trial defies the imagination.)
11) As noted above, you may have stirred a hornet's nest regarding your own safety. Dallas, Texas in 1962 shows what a cock-up an assassination on U.S. territory leads to. (JFK's brain disappearing on the flight from Dallas back to Washington is a case in point - no wonder you wish to sell Airforce 1). Hence your vulnerability is while travelling abroad where you should be particularly diligent. It has been said that Canada's first Prime Minister, J.A. MacDonald was often seen stumbling down the Parliamentary stairs dead drunk. I would not like to think that you would stumble down those selfsame stairs for other reasons on your customary trip to Canada. In such an eventuality, Ottawa would have to be renamed 'Dallas North' with Justin 'MacBeth' Trudeau musing about whatever happened to our honoured guest?
12) On international affairs, pursue a full employment policy to undermine terrorism. For example, our native people without hope succumb to substance abuse from which a high suicide rate results. For Muslims, the escape of substance abuse is not available hence you have young men brought up to consider themselves kings as women have little influence over them, only to find no job and therefore no marriage and family; two keynotes to their psychological well-being. Jihadism represents an acceptable outlet for 'a suicide victim looking for a place to happen' in that context.
13) As to other world events, China is buying up real property of any type in the world. Does this presage a devaluation which could sink the rest of the world into a depression? The new leader appears to be emulating Mao Tse Tung and could be risking civil war. Consider Putin's answer when questioned as to whether a nuclear war could develop between India and Pakistan: 'It will if they keep at it'. Study Israel as to retribution as their war planes are already in the sky so that any terrorist act is publicized along with the retribution. I can remember when Taiwan was removed from the U.N. in which Canada served as the intermediary in that process. Today Taiwan is a financial base for investment in China hence a dicey position was created with your public message to the Taiwanese President. NATO was out of business with the collapse of communism in 1989 and is now currently trying to re-create another 'cold war' to justify their existence. The U.S. wisely does not use their troops as peacekeepers as evidenced by U.N. failures in Africa and the Middle East. Half the world's future growth will be in Africa south of the Sahara as the very high infant mortality rate diminishes in a land without the necessary resources to support it.
14) Finally, be good to your people and, where possible, good to the people of the world as the U.S., for better or for worse, is the world's policeman. As a Canadian, whatever dealings you have with this country; do it within the context that we have the longest undefended border in the world - that is worth protecting at all costs. As to Canadians at large, it is not so much that they don't know how to listen; rather, it is that they don't want to listen, the Employee's Case being a prime example. For example, unlike South Korea where the public turn out in masses to protest government corruption, there is no similar street action in the city of Ottawa to protest the location of the new civic hospital which the hospital requested to be directly across the street on under-used government agricultural testing ground with a tunnel under the road to connect it to the Heart Institute. The former Tory government made the arrangement with their replacement, the Liberal government, screwing everything up just so that an ultimate bastardized compromise site is selected which doesn't make anyone happy. That's political Canada for you. As to our anti-employee media, most writers are nice-enough people I suppose with their esoteric discussions but useless when it comes to action.
And how would I resolve the problem plagueing our bureaucracies? Why, by borrowing an action of a Tongan chief whom was going to take away the pension of his former rival...now that would really have the bureaucracies sitting up and taking notice realizing that they were going to be held accountable for their misdeeds in retirement. It is enough to disturb the sleep of any miscreant. Disclosure: I haven't received my work pension in the past 31 years and yet, strangely enough, I sleep well at nights....Oh, whom the Gods would destroy....