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The wedding of John Clements and his first wife  c.Xmas mid-60's...from left to right:

1) me, Roger Callow, 1959 grad, high school teacher r. the shortest at 6' now residing in Ottawa since 1987

2) Don Desbrisay, 1960 grad, Kamloops College math r. Dave, Don & I were close neighbors  43rd&Dunbar

3) Dave Jackson,1959 grad, sold Conveyor Co. (1996) and lived on the waterfront in Kitsilano d. July 21-2017

4) Paul Ramsay, 1959 grad, CPA took early retirement to look after his 3 troubled adoptee sons. His estranged wife, Joan, nursed him in his final year (cancer) and, according to his wishes, did not notify his friends until after his death in November 2015.He married the day before John with each serving as each others best man.

5) John Clements, 1960 grad, twin of Judy Clements (1959 grad; d. early 90's) John spent 2 years in #6 where he became a close friend of Don. He knew Paul Ramsay. Dalhousie U. NS math r. These photos were the courtesy of John.                                                       c. 2013

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WHAT  DOCTORS AND PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS HAVE IN COMMON EMPLOYMENT-WISE

QUOTE: The Ontario Medical Association is like a chameleon, changing its colours. Double standards are applied liberally. Physicians quit ' toxic' OMA

O.S. July 04-2017 p.11

1) Answer? The same boss; namely the government. Teacher and medical expenditures account for the bulk of provincial government spending

2) First the doctors. Until 2050, the world will have to adjust to the expenses of an aging population. The third world counts on family to accommodate seniors. Not since the 1930's has the West depended on family as the prime source of funding for aging relatives. But the average length of life in North America was 68 after WWII; today it is 85 and climbing.

3) We treat our pets better than we do ourselves in terms of 'putting them down' when their quality of life is deemed to be over. 'Don't live to be too old', one oldster admonished me but the problem of deciding what's too old and whether we have reached our 'best before date' is fraught with ethical questions. Bottom line. Beds filled with comatose patients blocking others whom would best benefit from medical treatment.

4) On the one hand, you have doctors fighting for patient care balanced against an ever-shrinking government budget. I have witnessed the ever-increasing pressure on the medical profession in Ontario (Quebec even worst) over the past decade. The doctor now troops into the examination room with your folder which they have not really had time to examine hence the question: 'Why are you here?' (in 15 minutes or less). Indeed, the pharmacists take more time with patients and are fast replacing the doctor as the prime health giver. From a budget point of view, doing more with less is the theme and family doctors are beginning to burn out. Gone are the days of a second opinion (unless a specialist reference) further forcing patients to become more medically literate (which is possible through the internet but that has its limitations).

5) 'Nickel and diming' the teachers to death, similar to the medical profession is done in terms of expanding class size, limiting school supplies, user fees, and all those other annoying factors which compromise teaching in the classroom. While the doctors have no shortage of patients, declining enrolment has seen no change in the student population in Ontario since 1995 but with an increase of 80% in operating costs with most of that increase going to salary. Other provinces have a similar problem.

6) While seniority is not a factor with doctors, it is all-important for teachers as a senior teacher gets twice the salary of a beginning teacher; a mechanism set in the 1960's as a means of keeping teachers in this poorly paid profession in the 1950's. Since 2000, teacher shortage is no longer a problem as there is a surfeit of teachers for which there are no jobs. Thus the prime goal of the Unions is to protect seniority rights. The prime role of the government is to break those rights so that two beginning teachers can be hired for the price of one.

7) The 'dirty little secret' for the Unions is their involvement in the 'sweetheart deal' in which both the employer and union agree that they do not want expensive litigation. One case study illustrates this point. CBC employee, Jan Ghomeshi, was dismissed from the CBC without a given reason, it is submitted here, so that the collective bargaining process and therefore Union involvement would be circumvented. Due to publicity, the Union reluctantly took his case and while he won, the Union was left with nothing but a mammoth legal bill and went ballistic when there was talk of another complainant  suing him.

8) To date, teachers have not shown interest in the Employee's Case; a big mistake which I attribute to  a) Oh, I asked a Union leader and was told that they are dealing with the matter (so that individual teachers don't have to act).  b) I really don't understand what it is all about hence I just ignore it. c) That will not happen to me (I'm alright, Jack) and in the off chance that it does, I will cross that bridge when I come to it (the bridge invariably burnt down before one ever gets to it. d) When the going gets tough, the tough get going. Mark my words, nobody or nothing can stand up to me when I take action.

9) For whatever reason, Provinces are delaying teacher lay-offs this year but don't expect that position to hold for next June. Smart teachers will bone up on their French considering the demand for teachers of French as they are the only ones getting jobs these days. Retirements may also help take the sting out of mass lay-offs.

10) So what am I advocating considering that lay-offs are a given? To ensure that any laid-off individual whom wishes to contest a lay-off will be given fair treatment by an arbitrator and possibly the courts; something I have not had in 32 years in the employescasecanada.com before over 50 judges and 15 separate courts. No compensation has been paid. As matters now stand, anyone in this position should hire his own lawyer ($10,000?) to work with the Union lawyer, otherwise follow this advice: PLACARD: STAY OUT OF A CANADIAN COUTROOM UNLESS YOU FIRST BUY THE JUDGE

 

JULY 11 -2017

TO:                                                                             FROM:

Rt. Hon.  J. Trudeau P.M.                                     Roger Callow aka 'The Outlawed Canadian'

PERSONAL & CONFIDENTIAL                              1285 Cahill Drive W. #2001

80 Wellington St.                                                   Ottawa, Ontario K1V 9A7

Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2                                           

by fax: 613-941-6900   3  pages                       employescasecanada.ca    

 

YOU CAN RUN, BUT YOU CAN'T HIDE

1) Do I scare little children? Nope, according to the former West Vancouver Superintendent, Ed Carlin, 'You frighten their parents' (fun loving kids know just what it takes to excite their parents). 'They never complain to me' I responded. "That's because they are terrified of you". Presumably it now appears that others in government and the courts appear terrified of me which no doubt explains the anti-employee media boycott.

2) A few years ago, one former student explained it this way. In your Social Studies classes, students were to take turns bringing an item from the newspaper for discussion. One such topic was the problem of 'destuffing' and theft on the docks, a theme from my family business background on which it permitted me to enlarge not realizing, until this former student pointed it out to me, that a number of these stevedoring families lived in affluent West Vancouver.

3) Now I am in the business of terrifying individual justices whom are learning, rather late in the game, that judicial reputations are being lost as the grey eminence is no longer capable of covering for them thus exposing as well Attorney Generals and currently, premiers, with the re-elected N.S. Premier McNeil being in the forefront. Due to the incompetence of his Minister of Justice, P.M. Trudeau has been stuck with the problem of a colossal fraud ducked by the Supreme Court of Canada (36883 QC & 36993 SK - 2016 for both) There has been no response from the PMO. The recent Khadr child soldier story shows how government delay is endemic to our democratic system which, due to SCofC failure to hear the Employee's Case under ultimate remedy in 2004 Canada has been reduced to Third World status where a written contract is 'not worth the paper on which it is written'.

4) As one in the unique position of having experience with court Registries across Canada, I have some observations a future Minister of Justice might consider. For example, considering that all provinces function on much the same legal principles (PEI copies ON); why not ask such as Dye & Durham legal form Company to create a universal form for all provinces.

5) The Registries function on much the same principle as the CIA. Originally designed to filter information coming to the U.S. President, they quickly morphed into an executive body sanctioning the overthrow of foreign governments. Registries, in this analogy, are forever being pressured from the Office of the Chief Justice to sanction unpopular issues. For example, for a couple of years, I did battle with SCofC Registrar, Roger Bilodeau, over the interpretation of Section 40 (which cases the SCof C will hear). I submit the above two SCofC hearings before the same SCofC panel to which I strongly objected, were a product of...'Fine, you want a judicial finding? We will give you one.' In brief, Registries are high stress areas due to this kind of interference.

6) Normally, there are only 3 such registry levels - lower court hearing, appeal, & SCofC with the latter refusing to hear most civil appeals. I have found Appeal Courts to be little more than 'rubber stamps' so in actual fact a litigant is reduced to the appointed judge.

7) One Registry clerk said it best; 'Think of the rules as suggestions as to how to proceed' ; a sage remark in that no litigant is going to go anywhere without Registry assistance be it a lawyer or if personally represented.

For example, another clerk was tempted to reject my re-entered factum because I had used the term plaintiff and appellant interchangeably. In this particular court, it has to be one or the other and yet forms in all courts confuse this terminology. In the Ottawa court, they have apparently resolved this problem by sending litigants to a special office for assistance. A few years back, I was kept waiting for a half hour - no doubt while the legal representative phoned 'upstairs' for advice after which the clerk came out telling me that there was nothing that they could do. In short, the bureaucracy knows how to screw the system under the guise of 'we're willing to help you out...which door did you come in....' style of logic.

8) In the Employee's Case, no-one envisaged the B.C. Court system (Cullen Creed of 2013) expelling me in an unresolved labour case where no compensation has been paid and into other venues (there must be compensation which includes pension rights in this case but, here's the catch, the West Vancouver School District did not accept my retirement notice 10 years ago=no work pension since 1985). In short, they are gaming the system with the full co-operation of the corrupt courts, indolent politicians, and anti-employee media with their 'Final Solution': If you do not accept what we offer in compensation, you will get nothing at all. The Cullen Creed permitted me to 'uber' the Justice System in a manner never before understood. (uber-sudden attack from an unexpected source). Philosophers, not lawyers, are now required. Even legal novelists such as John Grisham and Scott Turow would find this one beyond their pay scale.

9) One exception to the media boycott was the April 2014 Ottawa Citizen publication of the McKinnon j.

Decision (13-59060) April 2014) without taking my rebuttal. If one visits my original website, one can see how that newspaper item supplanted my web site thus explaining why editor Andrew Potter (has his own problems now at McGill University) did not want a published rebuttal. I changed my web site name but will return the original spelling (two 'e's' rather than one in 'Employee') in 2018. Google was recently fined for pulling this stunt on a massive scale to favour their advertisers at the expense of others.

10) It is not only laid-off employees whom are negatively impacted by this case as the Khadr child soldier story has shown the same government conspiracy elements are in play. They always have been, except with the internet, government and court culpability (with the press not being further behind) those conspirators are now being exposed.

11) Will the Employee's Case generate much interest in the public at large? Doubtfully, as most people rely on the 'I'm alright, Jack' approach to life and will cross the bridge of being laid off when 'they come to it' not realizing that the authorities have already burnt out that bridge.  That's the importance of the Employee's Case. The real significance of the Employee's Case is that no individual can rely on the government or courts as power groups are now the order of the day. That's how our democracy died.

12) What about those individuals illicitly laid-off; will they read my web site? They are damned fools if they don't. Hiring your own lawyer ($10,000?) to work alongside the Union lawyer is a necessity. Remember, the Union does not want to pay for litigation for which they get no financial return e.g. CBC's Jian Ghomeshi case. Such matters as seniority which played a major role in the Employee's Case was scuttled due to Union participation in this 'sweetheart deal' (most lay-offs involve management-union contact). Senior teachers are vulnerable as School Boards can resolve their financial problems by replacing one senior teacher with two beginners for the same cost. No-one is looking out for those interests including myself (student evaluation: Mr. Callow was always willing to help those who were willing to help themselves an opinion which is considered a negative to modern administrators or a back-handed compliment. You choose.

13) In civil law, a price tag must be applied to such as a career. Indeed, the Employer gamed the system in this case by keeping a figure on the table until 1999 permitting the court to 'back off' and when the B.C. Labour Board refused me a hearing (my only legal option due to Spencer j's 1995 spurious decision), they dropped all offers. Today, I have a multi-million offer to settle on the table (see web Dec.2016/Jan. 2017) which will increase by one million should the Employer contact me and attempt to dicker. This case is no longer about money as at age 76, I don't need it. At age 43 with a young family in 1985, I desperately needed compensation. The 'big guys' have always used court delay as a means of forcing outside settlement on their terms. This is the one time that delay has backfired in much the same way as the Khadr story, as it is the Justice System which ran out of rope. (Perhaps there are those wondering why the U.S. didn't just kill Khadr in prison such as was the case for other war criminals. The U.S. was thwarted when Khadr confessed in order to be transferred to Canada.) While the Khadr story has political ramifications, the Employee's Case is more in the nature of a virus which will eventually kill off its host. It's a nihilist viewpoint for which there is no anti-dote. Historically, I compare it to the fall of the Roman Empire immediately before the Generals took over.

14) A copy of this letter is included to new B.C. Premier John Horgan for I would never have laid an action in B.C. as I am currently doing if the corrupt Christy Clark government with its incompetent Attorney General, Suzanne Anton, were in power. For example, will Premier Horgan follow in the fateful steps of N.S. Premier McNeil (recently re-elected) who oversaw the demise of the Justice System through an act of 'commission' by his courts which nullifies the credibility of a sworn affidavit; the very essence of precedent law? Not only N.S. but all Canada is paying the price for that piece of judicial malfeasance. As for Premier Horgan, he can either be a hero or a bum by taking one simple step; namely, insisting that the Vancouver Supreme Court Chief Justice assign his most experienced judge to hear the case currently being laid. That's all I ask and, considering that I have had over 50 of 'the other kind of judges', I am long overdue for an honest one. P.S. I would not give a plugged nickel to the request for more judge assignments in Canada as these worthies apparently have enough time to deal with cases from the litigation lawyers and their 'you don't pay until we get paid' TV Advertisements which are filling Ottawa courts. Even Mayor Jim Watson is complaining. One story that I heard is of the fellow whom, for the third year running, is filing another action for 'slipping on the ice'. The immigration lawyers dealing with refugees are another group in love with Liberal policies.

15) Chief Justice of the SCofC, Beverley McLachlin whom looms large in the Employee's Case (and should be suspended accordingly) retires this December. The first task of her replacement is to chastise SCofC judges R. Wagner and S. Cote (QC appointees) for sitting on both my 2016 rejections (QC & SK) against my vociferous objections.

16) The significance of this letter to the P.M. is to demonstrate how his inaction in using his executive powers in this case (as earlier outlined to him) is an exacerbating influence on cases filed across Canada on this issue. While not wishing to denigrate the legal aspect of the Khadr story; from a legal point, it is child's play in comparison to the legal entanglements in the Employee's case. At the very least, Trudeau should assign someone from the PMO (boys in short pants) to expedite cases through court Registries in this matter.

 

 

Yours truly,

 

 

Roger Callow

The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial malfeasance.

 

cc B.C. Premier Horgan

A SLAP IN THE FACE TO OUR ALLY - O.S. columnist, David Krayden July 11-2017 p. 10

1) '...But democratically-elected governments are so completely sycophantically responsive to unelected judges that they will always deliver more than they are asked for....'  So Krayden and at least 2 out of 3 Canadians are outraged at the $10.5 million pay-out plus government apology to the child soldier Khadr for over a decade of his abuse in U.S. prisons.  So my question is how do I get one of those unelected judges to give me a like-amount of tax-payers money plus a judicial apology for 32 years of judicial abuse from those self-same sycophantic governments?

2) SCofC Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin or her successor should be called on to give that apology to me on behalf of the Justice System.

3)A U.S. war widow seeking compensation from Khadr has been cut off at the knees due to an out-of-court settlement which was no doubt designed to eliminate her challenge. Without that judgment, no action will be successful...been there, done that... for as I do not have a judgment on the propriety of my illicit senior West Vancouver, B.C. teacher lay-off in 1985, I may not collect any compensation (includes pension rights). Over 50 judges plus the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 occasions has seen to that aberration.

4) Few people appreciate that civil cases are about money and settlement; a point glossed over by Krayden. If the litigants settle out of court, that is the end of a civil suit. In this case, the widow is robbed of her opportunity to sue for relief based on a successful Ohio court finding but no finding in a Canadian court of law. As to Kahdr turning up in Canada; thank the U.S. for that one as Obama wanted to close Guantanamo. 'Unelected judges' is not the problem. The failure of oversight bodies is the culprit.

5) There is no outside settlement in the Employee's Case, hence the Justice System has been acting contrary to its stated message; namely, that no judicial finding cannot be a judicial finding and still be called 'justice'. It's a contradiction which has led to the implosion of the Canadian Judicial System.

6) From that nihilistic position, there can be no recovery. The Canadian Justice System cannot go forward; certainly not move backward nor remain still. If that is not the definition of a living hell on earth, I don't know what is. The judges, the politicians, the media type such as David Krayden believe the only answer is to maintain a public boycott of this story. Indeed, if Krayden sought to unilaterally publish on this legal debacle of the Employee's Case, he realizes that he would be out of a job, possibly a career.

7) Of course this Khadr story creates an embarrassing juxtaposition between a 'rewarded' terrorist on the one hand and  our own 'unrewarded' veterans on the other. There is no answer to that one although rationalization would show that, historically, wartime soldier victims are routinely ignored by their own governments. It goes a long way to explaining why soldiers have more in common with enemy soldiers than they do with their own civilian overlords.

 

July 16-2017

 

TO: Premier Brian Pallister                      FROM: Roger Callow aka 'The Outlawed Canadian'

PERSONAL                                                                     1285 Cahill Drive E. #2001

204 Legislature Bdlg.                                                    Ottawa, Ontario K1V 9A7

450 Broadway                                                   web: employescasecanada.ca

Winnipeg MB R3C 0V8                                                

t. 204-945-3714 f. 204-949-1484                     3 Pages plus 8 pages to Premier Pallister sent by fax

QUOTE: What's Canada coming to when an appeal has to be to provincial premiers to exert their influence over the Chief Justices to appoint an honest judge? 'Outlaw'

MESSAGE:

1) Included is material from the Manitoba Queen's Court Registry replying to a returned rejection and my letter to them dated June 30-2017 (following on a letter dated June 19) which was responded to and received by me on July 12-2017. Other materials are included along with a letter to P.M. Trudeau dated July 11-2017 as these Registry rejections are fairly common across Canada in this 32 year unresolved B.C. teacher lay-off case where no compensation has been paid largely due to judicial cupidity (over 50 judges including 4 inconsequential trips to the Supreme Court of Canada). This matter has also been ignored by P.M. Trudeau with his executive powers.

 

2) The Registries have always been political footballs. On one occasion 30 year ago, I sat in a B.C. courtroom where preliminaries were being performed with lawyers. Approximately half of the lawyers had their forms rejected for, in effect, not dotting the i's and 'crossing the t's. As an executor on one occasion, I was dunned for a second court appearance by a legal Company which was rather vague about why a second hearing was necessary. In short, the legal fraternity appear to have been gaming the system in this not so time honoured tradition.

3) What I require from you as Premier is two things: first, your insistence that the Chief Justice appoint his (or her) most experienced judge to hear the central question which I raise here on imposed legislation which affects employers and employees alike. For example, you were the last premier hold-out against the Federal government in the recent health debate on this basis. Secondly, I ask that your Minister of Justice appoint an official to ease this matter through your Queen's Bench Registry as it does not follow the traditional path.

4) To get matters filed, I make the necessary changes requested by the Registry.

a) I believe that I have followed Queen's Bench rules contrary to the assertion of the Registry clerk. On May 25-2017, on one document return, the Registry noted that Documents must have a cover page (4C) which appears redundant to my form 4B. (Registry Reply: 'A Queen's Bench Rule') I will make the addition accordingly as well as submit the $225 filing fee once these forms are sorted out.

b) This item is more troubling. (Registry Reply: Regardless of your letter (June 19), a respondent is Required. Who is responding to your application?  My June 19 letter deals with that point 2 b) 38.07 which appears to be thoroughly confusing the Registry. In that regard, I notice that Manitoba, contrary to other provinces, does not have an ex parte form; one of which I include here from elsewhere. 38.07 is detailed as it applies here which appears to serve the same purpose as an ex parte application and does not require a respondent.

5) The explanation behind the ex parte application here is significant as explained in the factum. The Manitoba Court is asked to limit itself to the question relating to imposed legislation; specifically in this case as it relates to the application of B.C.'s imposed BILL 35 (1985) and the oversight powers of the court which, in this case, quashed the arbitration sanctioning this senior teacher lay-off ruling, in that process, the government-appointed arbitrator to be patently unreasonable. The Employer refuses to recognize that court decision as they refuse to recognize court jurisdiction over imposed legislation (BILL 35).

6) A recent challenge on this level in Nova Scotia 458698 - April 2017 Suzanne Hood j. was thwarted by her when the Employer, who refused to produce disclosure as well as refused to argue against this central question, merely asked the court to drop this central legal question.

7) This obstructionist position also fed through courts in QC (Supreme Court of Canada 36883 - 2016) and SK (SCofC 36993-2016) and now the fraudulent aspects of both the Employer and Courts therein rests with the PMO.

8) Herein lies the importance of an ex parte submission or 38.07 (Manitoba) which I claim would best be handled in writing without a respondent. Reference to oversight bodies has been most embarrassing to legal outfits (Hicks, Morley et al (Ontario) which has dropped representation of the Employer and Lavery de Billy (Quebec) which has also been referenced to oversight bodies) as well as the provincial courts therein. As the parent B.C. organization responsible for aberrant 'Books of Authority', Harris & Co. chose to conduct the case is SK in which they were subject to B.C. law regarding their conduct in SK rather than to the SK court system. For that reason, should either of these Respondents seek to attach themselves to this case, I insist that only MB legal personnel be accepted which is something the Employer, under the above circumstances, is highly unlikely to obtain.

9) Should the Union force themselves on this case in terms of Bruce Laughton QC; a lawyer I dismissed from representing my claims in 1986 but continued to do so on behalf of the Union which, on more than one occasion, attached his legal interests to that of the B.C. Employer; then I will object most vociferously although the Federal Court ignored that unholy alliance on two filed suits in 2011 & 2012. I will accept only MB legal representation which, similar to the Employer, they are highly unlikely to obtain.

10) In brief, it best serves the court and the justice system in general if my submission is handled on a written ex parte basis; a feature the MB Registry is unable to comprehend for the above given reasons. Of course the grey eminence will seek to inveigle your courts and government to compromise themselves in support of other provinces with their aberrant actions. My strong advice is to not let MB fall into that trap.

11) The key to this case not well understood either by the MB Registry, is that future legalities are required but will take place outside of MB. That's why ministerial assistance is required in the registry of this major legal action holding the future of Canada's welfare including MB.

Yours truly,  Roger Callow (self represented litigant)

cc P.M. Trudeau

 employescasecanada.ca RECENT 3

July 14-2017 (Bastille Day in France) While not obvious, Canada is having its own 'Bastille Day' with the Employee's Case without realizing it. It reads something like this. Trudeau is correct that it is the role of the government to put a price tag on their actions. For example, sending a soldier to Afghanistan is one such example. Not only was the government faced with $40 million in future costs in the Khadr case, they were opening the floodgates to parallel claims against government. Now there is a new problem of the Employee's Case for Trudeau. How can he place a price on the credibility of the Canadian Justice System? He can't with our extant philosophies. And yet when any incident arises, the Employee's Case becomes a yardstick; in this case why is a 'war criminal' able to be  awarded $10.5 plus apology when a Canadian citizen whom has undergone much more judicial abuse has his claim of a similar amount ignored in an unresolved 32 year rinky dink labour case related to a senior teacher lay-off? At my age (76), I don't need more money but must post a settlement amount to keep my access to the judicial system. Hence what I am now insisting on is an apology from Canada's judiciary. The concept for that to happen in Canada has not yet been created. That's why the Employee's Case is currently nihilistic and will continue to be 'the gift that will just keep on giving' until some philosopher can figure out why Canada needs a 'Bastille Day'; the closest being 'Anti-Judge Day' in which I have renamed July 1, as we no longer deserve a birthday for failing 'to stand on guard for thee'. My point? No legal answer 'can be a legal answer' and still retain credibility for any judicial system in a democracy. Anarchy? Thou art the Canadian Justice System.

August 08-2017

ATTN:U.S. President D. Trump              FROM: Roger Callow

c/o U.S. Embassy (Ottawa)                     aka 'The Outlawed Canadian'

PO Box 866 Station B                                1285 Cahill Dr. E. #2001

Ottawa, ON K2P 2N2                                Ottawa, ON  K1V 9A7

fax: 613-688-3082                7  pages                t. 613-521-1739 

                                                                        e-mail:thecallows@gmail.com

To whom it may concern:

 

1) Do I feel unpatriotic in appealing for international assistance in a major Canadian legal debacle stretching over 32 years without a resolution in sight?

Not at all. In addition to the enclosed letter seeking an apology from the Canadian government (as per the war criminal 'Omar Khadr' example for judicial abuse) I call for, in this case, a token $1. Much of the case may be referenced under the web: 2016... Supreme Court of Canada (a must read) 36883 Quebec & a similar heading: 36993 Saskatchewan both of which contain most of the specifics.

 

2) The web site listed above details this uniquely unresolved 'rinky dink' labour case where no compensation (now includes pension rights) has been paid due to the failure of the Justice System (over 50 judges) to give a judgment as to the efficacy of the lay-off of senior West Vancouver teacher, Roger Callow, in June of 1985 under the terms of the imposed British Columbia BILL 35 used only against this target before it was rescinded (typical banana republic justice). Giving judgments is the business of the courts; else why have justice systems?

 

3) The point of this letter is to refer you to the current NAFTA renegotiations and the fact that Canada has won all the challenges with the U.S. to date which does not surprise me considering the cross-Canada legal hi jinxes which I have experienced. Suggestion? Get hold of the court functions and administer them by the U.S. Everything else is secondary. While It may seem that the shoe has been on one foot for far too long; perhaps it is time to try the other foot. At any rate, that appears what our justice systems are reduced to in these troubled times.

 

4) Fools quote the law while insiders know that the law is written so that it is 'whatever the judge says it is'. Section 40 and 43 and other sections of the Supreme Court of Canada rules illustrate this point. The laws, in other words, are written a little like those job applications outlining duties which end with the term 'related duties' thus nullifying the rest of the list. For example, a popular judicial ruling of ducking out lies under the provisions of frivolous & vexatious which may be used to negate almost anything before the court.

 

5) My point here is not to get the U.S. involved in an esoteric legal battle in Canada. I will do that myself.

 

6) My point is that the U.S. must justify their request for legal control over NAFTA and what better way than to give an U.S. ex parte legal opinion as to how Canada has conducted herself as evidenced with this lead standing case known as the Employee's Case (Canada). The enclosed letter is a case in point.

 

7) Such U.S. counsel are invited to be the 'ghost' counsel in that endeavor. Most of this matter could be conducted in writing.

 

Hoping to hear from you, (Roger Callow)

 

 

'The Outlawed Canadian' in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial malfeasance.

 

Reference:  Death of Ernst Zundel, Holocaust Denier  in column of Mark Bonokoski O.S.  p. 10 August 8-2017. Zundel deserved agony; not a quiet exit

 

1) It appears to be in the nature of man to adjudge our own actions as good and project evil onto others. This pattern in the macrocosm is recognizable with nations.

2) POGO is more focused on the problem: We have seen the enemy and he is us. The root of our problems is the hatred which we are all capable of showing and do, unless civilization quells some of our inner urges.

3) As a former high school History teacher in the 1960's and 70's, I was in the habit of teaching about Nazi Germany; the longest running soap opera of the world's wars. It was of some interest when, on a visit to the museum in Munich, I found the account of Nazi atrocities paralleled the Canadian texts. Even today, one does not take a tourist photo in Germany with the Nazi salute.

4) I asked a student from Germany in one of my classes whether the story of Hitler was mentioned in German texts? "No." Had he heard of Hitler? "Yes." How? "My parents". Their observation? "He was a good man but he went too far."

5) More recently, a former Prussian student whose grandfather was the owner of a well known food Company, told me that the Prussians hated Hitler with a passion whom gave their land to the German people. The grandfather shipped cattle to his Jewish connection in France and professed no knowledge of his returned boxcars being used to transport concentration camp victims. Hitler upstaged the Prussians by having the German soldiers swear a new oath to 'der fuhrer'. Jingoism was strong under Hitler and had much support.

6) Other quotes from Germany in the 30's: 'I'm having a baby for Hitler'...'If Hitler knew of these atrocities, he would not approve.'  In 1939, Hitler was said to have mused that there was little outcry in the 1915 Armenian genocide in Turkey. 

7) Regrettably, far worse atrocities abound. Little has ever been said about Stalin's persecution of the Kulaks. And don't forget the mass murderer of all time...China's Mao Tse Tung whom died in 1976. 1970's Cambodia and others round out 20th story massacres.

8) I believe that I have been the only Canadian - apart from the Chinese in Canada - to ever carry as one of my placards: I SUPPORT FALUN GONG. The body part transplant industry in China is one of the most heinous acts in human history.

9) Examples of mankind's darker nature abound as I have learned first hand in terms of a culpable Canadian Justice System whose systematic malfeasance has been exposed for a first time, I dare say, for any democracy. Such stories are precursors to worst deeds as seen above. It is a nihilistic story of which there is no equal. SEE employescasecanada.ca  CALLOW v REGINA which is also accompanied by a letter to the U.S. (JULY/AUGUST: AUGUST 08-2017)  PLACARD:  THE EMPLOYEE'S CASE(CANADA)  'THE GIFT WHICH JUST KEEPS ON GIVING'

 

'Outlaw'

 

Reference:  Death of Ernst Zundel, Holocaust Denier  in column of Mark Bonokoski O.S.  p. 10 August 8-2017. Zundel deserved agony; not a quiet exit

 

1) It appears to be in the nature of man to adjudge our own actions as good and project evil onto others. This pattern in the macrocosm is recognizable with nations.

2) POGO is more focused on the problem: We have seen the enemy and he is us. The root of our problems is the hatred which we are all capable of showing and do, unless civilization quells some of our inner urges.

3) As a former high school History teacher in the 1960's and 70's, I was in the habit of teaching about Nazi Germany; the longest running soap opera of the world's wars. It was of some interest when, on a visit to the museum in Munich, I found the account of Nazi atrocities paralleled the Canadian texts. Even today, one does not take a tourist photo in Germany with the Nazi salute.

4) I asked a student from Germany in one of my classes whether the story of Hitler was mentioned in German texts? "No." Had he heard of Hitler? "Yes." How? "My parents". Their observation? "He was a good man but he went too far."

5) More recently, a former Prussian student whose grandfather was the owner of a well known food Company, told me that the Prussians hated Hitler with a passion whom gave their land to the German people. The grandfather shipped cattle to his Jewish connection in France and professed no knowledge of his returned boxcars being used to transport concentration camp victims. Hitler upstaged the Prussians by having the German soldiers swear a new oath to 'der fuhrer'. Jingoism was strong under Hitler and had much support.

6) Other quotes from Germany in the 30's: 'I'm having a baby for Hitler'...'If Hitler knew of these atrocities, he would not approve.'  In 1939, Hitler was said to have mused that there was little outcry in the 1915 Armenian genocide in Turkey. 

7) Regrettably, far worse atrocities abound. Little has ever been said about Stalin's persecution of the Kulaks. And don't forget the mass murderer of all time...China's Mao Tse Tung whom died in 1976. 1970's Cambodia and others round out 20th story massacres.

8) I believe that I have been the only Canadian - apart from the Chinese in Canada - to ever carry as one of my placards: I SUPPORT FALUN GONG. The body part transplant industry in China is one of the most heinous acts in human history.

9) Examples of mankind's darker nature abound as I have learned first hand in terms of a culpable Canadian Justice System whose systematic malfeasance has been exposed for a first time, I dare say, for any democracy. Such stories are precursors to worst deeds as seen above. It is a nihilistic story of which there is no equal. SEE employescasecanada.ca  CALLOW v REGINA which is also accompanied by a letter to the U.S. (JULY/AUGUST: AUGUST 08-2017)  PLACARD:  THE EMPLOYEE'S CASE(CANADA)  'THE GIFT WHICH JUST KEEPS ON GIVING'

 

'Outlaw'

 

AUGUST 8-2017

Reference:  Death of Ernst Zundel, Holocaust Denier  in column of Mark Bonokoski O.S.  p. 10 August 8-2017. Zundel deserved agony; not a quiet exit

 

1) It appears to be in the nature of man to adjudge our own actions as good and project evil onto others. This pattern in the macrocosm is recognizable with nations.

2) POGO is more focused on the problem: We have seen the enemy and he is us. The root of our problems is the hatred which we are all capable of showing and do, unless civilization quells some of our inner urges.

3) As a former high school History teacher in the 1960's and 70's, I was in the habit of teaching about Nazi Germany; the longest running soap opera of the world's wars. It was of some interest when, on a visit to the museum in Munich, I found the account of Nazi atrocities paralleled the Canadian texts. Even today, one does not take a tourist photo in Germany with the Nazi salute.

4) I asked a student from Germany in one of my classes whether the story of Hitler was mentioned in German texts? "No." Had he heard of Hitler? "Yes." How? "My parents". Their observation? "He was a good man but he went too far."

5) More recently, a former Prussian student whose grandfather was the owner of a well known food Company, told me that the Prussians hated Hitler with a passion whom gave their land to the German people. The grandfather shipped cattle to his Jewish connection in France and professed no knowledge of his returned boxcars being used to transport concentration camp victims. Hitler upstaged the Prussians by having the German soldiers swear a new oath to 'der fuhrer'. Jingoism was strong under Hitler and had much support.

6) Other quotes from Germany in the 30's: 'I'm having a baby for Hitler'...'If Hitler knew of these atrocities, he would not approve.'  In 1939, Hitler was said to have mused that there was little outcry in the 1915 Armenian genocide in Turkey. 

7) Regrettably, far worse atrocities abound. Little has ever been said about Stalin's persecution of the Kulaks. And don't forget the mass murderer of all time...China's Mao Tse Tung whom died in 1976. 1970's Cambodia and others round out 20th story massacres.

8) I believe that I have been the only Canadian - apart from the Chinese in Canada - to ever carry as one of my placards: I SUPPORT FALUN GONG. The body part transplant industry in China is one of the most heinous acts in human history.

9) Examples of mankind's darker nature abound as I have learned first hand in terms of a culpable Canadian Justice System whose systematic malfeasance has been exposed for a first time, I dare say, for any democracy. Such stories are precursors to worst deeds as seen above. It is a nihilistic story of which there is no equal. SEE employescasecanada.ca  CALLOW v REGINA which is also accompanied by a letter to the U.S. (JULY/AUGUST: AUGUST 08-2017)  PLACARD:  THE EMPLOYEE'S CASE(CANADA)  'THE GIFT WHICH JUST KEEPS ON GIVING'

 

'Outlaw'