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OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED TO POTUS Mr. TRUMP

(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)

 

CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - JAN.01-2017

                                     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. 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. Nova Scotia teachers and their Union (for that matter, any Union) have been invited to be a 3rd Party in this CLAIM.

 

      

 

MESSAGE:

1) No employer needs to retain any employee which is perhaps as it should be. That's why in law, the only question is one of compensation to suit the circumstances.

2) In the Employee's Case, no compensation has been paid due to the venality of the courts (over 50 judges including the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 occasions) and their oversight bodies which includes Parliament plus the executive powers of a Prime Minister; Justin Trudeau having failed miserably in that department. Canada now awaits a new Prime Minister in which hiatus, I direct these newsletters to POTUS Mr. Trump ('Mr.' because he is not my President)

3) For disingenuous newspaper accounts from 1986, see the action under Nova Scotia

4) Following is why the Canadian Justice System has collapsed.

STATEMENT OF CLAIM

 

1) The facile arguments raised by the Respondent Employer since July 2013 in courts outside of B.C. by the West Vancouver School Trustees S.D. #45 against former senior teacher, Roger Callow, laid-off in June of 1985 under the neophyte conditions of BILL 35 (effective July 01-1985) and where no compensation has been paid are reduced to three central arguments (quoted from SK action QBG 1902/15):

 

a. This honourable Court lacks any jurisdiction to hear and decide the Applicant's claims or to grant the relief he is seeking;

b. The matters raised in this application are precluded from being heard under the doctrines of res judicata, issue estoppal and abuse of process; and

c. The matters raised in this application are vexatious and beyond all applicable limitation periods.

 

2) REBUTTAL by the Plaintiff Employee to the above:

 

a. The jurisdictional dispute falls flat when one considers that it was the 'Cullen Creed' of July 2013 which expelled the plaintiff from B.C. in an unresolved labour matter where no compensation has been paid contrary to the imposed BILL 35, the collective bargaining rules (if applicable) or any other labour statute regarding compensation. (This Creed is referred to as 'issue estoppal' in b.) The word 'facile' is used as no court - and there were many outside B.C. - would rule directly on the obvious ultra vires nature of an action which was passed by a B.C. judge on his own action, without taking legal argument, without quoting pertinent laws, and for 'reasons best known to himself' in an unresolved legal action. Nor would any court refer the matter back to B.C. for resolution taking  a parochial stand best summed up as 'not our department'. Finally, the payment of compensation in labour matters is a central tenet in law for all provinces and this case serves as a very dangerous precedent as governments can void court oversight for both employers as well as employees with imposed legislation if this arbitration decision is permitted to stand.

 

b. res judicata refers to 'matters already settled' according to the Employer. Their argument here is that BILL 35 accepts the arbitration finding in favour of the School Board as final and binding rejecting the court and Appeal Court actions of quashing the arbitration ruling, in that process, the government appointed arbitrator to be patently unreasonable. In 1995 in an action launched by this plaintiff, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Spencer ruled this matter to be a Union action to be resolved under the collective bargaining rules which all subsequent B.C. Courts supported. The Employer does not recognize the collective bargaining rules. While the Union may act according to the legitimacy of the lay-off, their authority does not extend to compensation which has not been paid no matter which scheme is selected for the purpose. Here is where all courts have fallen down badly including the Supreme Court of Canada and why this case now rests in the  executive powers of a future Prime Minister considering Justin Trudeau remains inactive on this vital question affecting the welfare of all employees in Canada. As to 'abuse of process'; that term is being used as a catch-all for many items.

 

c. If there are limitation periods on compensation, the Employer never quotes any. Further if the Employer in this 30 year bid for disclosure or habeas corpus which is the basis of all law had provided the information requested- or alternatively, the court had ordered these minutes of the School Board for June of 1985 where BILL 35 and the Callow case were extensively discussed - then in all likelihood a charge of fraud would be laid. There is no limitation on charges of fraud. These matters are hardly 'frivolous and vexatious'

 

3) Constitutional Question: Does 'imposed' government legislation  obviate court overview when such legislation makes no reference to replacing parts or all of particular statute laws. i.e. that the imposed legislation is 'in addition to'. In this case the School Amendment Act (BILL 35) has produced contradictory results in this case if the Respondent Employer's interpretation above is to be accepted. It is to be noted, in that regard, that compensation is operant in all forms of the Act noted above and exists apart from these legal machinations.  The Employer raised this question in their action about issue constitutionality in Ontario (13-59060 Colin McKinnon j. April 23-2014 Decision which he completely ignored). The plaintiff here is now raising the same question. The only change is the reversal of the Plaintiff-Respondent relationship which has no significance to the issue raised.

 

ACTION REQUESTED

4) For the Court to order disclosure from the Respondent Employer as a means of establishing fraud. It is clear that the Employer is not voluntarily going to produce these documents. Once I have received these documents, all future legal actions will take place in B.C.

 

  OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED TO POTUS Mr. TRUMP

(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)

 

CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - JAN.07-2017

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 (32 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 which are held up as further blackmail - 10 years now) 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 under B.C.'s imposed BILL 35 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.  Pulitzer Prize seeking writer is sought in this one-of-a-kind story of the century. Currently, Nova Scotia teachers and their Union (for that matter, any Union with the exception of the B.C. Teachers, have been invited to be a 3rd Party in my N.S. Claim 458698 SEE web. Even Employers such as Premier Brad Wall working under an imposed carbon tax is welcome to join.) A separate action against the B.C. Union has been filed in P.E.I.

 

 

PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS OF CANADA - DO NOT LET THIS HAPPEN TO YOU!

1) It is anticipated that due to declining enrolment, financially strapped provinces would like to break seniority provisions in lay-offs as two beginning teachers may be retained for the cost of sacrificing one senior teacher. This would be achieved through imposed legislation using B.C.'s imposed BILL 35 (1985) as a precedent.

2) Already there has been some activity in this regard such as Ontario's imposed BILL 115 in 2013 which was invoked and then later withdrawn similar to BILL 35 in order to thwart legal action = 'banana republic justice'.

3) Along with Premier Wall threatening court action (carbon tax) plus a Union challenging the Wynne government in the sale of B.C. Hydro; these actions are unlikely to produce results as the Respondent can merely make a few changes and refloat their imposed legislation. Further, courts of law are based on case  precedents such as the unresolved employescasecanada.ca. where no compensation has been paid.

4) Granted that lay-offs must occur, the significance of this N.S. case is one of 'playing fair' by recognizing seniority as laid-off senior teachers are unemployable in the profession due to their higher salary.

5) As the Employee's Case has shown, the Employer or government is able to 'game the system' with imposed BILLS. For example, when the B.C. Supreme Court in 1986 quashed the arbitration ruling the arbitrator to be patently unreasonable, the School Board appealed that decision and lost. Then they gratuitously claimed in a process that I label remote osmosis by claiming that BILL 35 was final and binding. In neither of the two court judgments was there any reference to jurisdiction. The next 31 years in limbo was a kafakesque search by this targeted senior teacher for compensation for although the B.C. Courts in 1995 decreed that the matter of lay-off in this case was solely a Union matter where I possessed no powers (with my legal counsel disagreeing with that stand), he responded that the matter of compensation (which is a part of BILL 35) must be addressed although not done by the courts up to and including the Supreme Court of Canada (SCofC) in 2004 or since.

6) The central problem remains; if the arbitrator does not include the topic of compensation under imposed legislation which circumvents the collective bargaining process, there is little the target can do as attested to by over 50 judges and 4 inconsequential trips to the SCofC. This is the precedent all School Boards will use.

7) There is little purpose turning to the politicians or anti-employee media which has a national prohibitory no-publish policy on this topic. A grass roots action by all reading this Newsletter is all that remains so don't sit on your duff. Contact and organize your colleagues and their Unions to act now as June will be too late.

 

  OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED TO POTUS Mr. TRUMP

(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)

CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - JAN.14-2017

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 (32 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 which are held up as further blackmail - 10 years now) 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 under B.C.'s imposed BILL 35 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.  Pulitzer Prize seeking writer is sought in this one-of-a-kind 'uber' story of the century. Currently, Nova Scotia teachers and their Union (for that matter, any Union with the exception of the B.C. Teachers, have been invited to be a 3rd Party in my N.S. Claim 458698 SEE web. Even Employers such as Premier Brad Wall working under an imposed carbon tax is welcome to join.) A separate action against the B.C. Union has been filed in P.E.I.

 

 

MESSAGE:

1) The top billionaire cities are New York, Hong Kong, and Moscow: a) NY- largely due to financing concerns in which the Wall St. tail wags the U.S. government dog. No-one under the Obama govt. was held accountable for the 2009 meltdown.  b) HK - built on the backs of cheap labour  c) Moscow - instant 1990's billionaires as ex-KGB types imposed their control over state industries after the break-up of the Soviet Union

2) That mentality is reflected in 'crooked Hilary' and, if I miss my guess, 'crooked Justin' with the Trudeau Foundation: PLACARD: WELCOME POTUS MR. TUMP / BRING MONEY...  FOR 'CROOKED TRUDEAU FOUNDATION' (for impending visit to Canada after inauguration P.S. double check security).

3)So tell 'crooked Hilary' that there is work for her in Canada seeking out 'finder's fees'. She is already too late with the billionaire Chinese man who bought himself a new Canadian bank but the sale of Canada's airports and harbours are 'good to go' as well as purloining pension funds for Trudeau's new bank. P.S. Canada survived '2009' largely due to its banking system...time to kiss that one goodbye along with the Justice System.

4) It is within the above mentality that I must define the Employee's Case.

5) Technically I am still an employee of the West Vancouver School District although I have not been collecting a salary for 32 years due to the incompetence (?) - if not something worse - of over 50 judges including 9 Supreme Court of Canada judges (12 if you count 3 whom sat on two cases in 2016 and to think that they only have 9 total.)

6) The long and the short of it is that the Canadian Justice System imploded over this case where no Canadian has anywhere to turn but to the executive powers of a future Prime Minister considering Justin Trudeau would join the conspiracy as denoted by his silence.

7) And it doesn't stop there as all politicians and the anti-employee media have been caught up in this web of deceit. PLACARD: BE ETHICAL / DON'T VOTE

8) On your visit, Mr. Trump, take a good (last) look at the NDP (No Don't Party) which is in the process of disintegrating at both the Federal and Provincial levels as their politicians are bent on treating their seats as a sinecure. The Liberals hope to pick up these votes in the next federal election.

9) The new generation of Canadians do not identify with their forefathers and their parochial views as they see the country more in global terms... something worth thinking about.

10) I will miss the perceptive writings of retiring American intellectual Thomas Sowell in the O.S. From this article: Thank You, Professor Sowell  by columnist  Michelle Malkin O.S. p.15 '...In the anointed we find a whole class of supposedly "thinking people" who do remarkably little thinking about substance and a great deal of verbal expression...In order that this relatively small group of people (I call them the 'Old Boys Club' RC ) can believe themselves wiser and nobler than the common herd, we have adopted policies which impose heavy costs on millions of other people, not only in taxes, but also in lost jobs, social disintegration, and a loss of personal safety. Seldom have so few cost so much to so many....' While I am limited to writing of the experience before over 50 venal Canadian judges - an unmatched experience for any litigant about which I am not bragging -  in an unresolved legal case, I can only say amen, brother Sowell, amen.

11) The case in Nova Scotia is the single most important case in Canadian civil law as it is limited to the relationship between the legislative branch of government and our courts of law. This imposed legislation regulates not only employees as the Employee's Case has shown but also governments such as SK's Brad Wall and his complaint against an imposed federal carbon tax. Any number of Provincial Health Ministers are feeling the heat from imposed federal regulations as well.

12) While the Employee's Case is incidental to the Nova Scotia challenge, the constitutional question is paramount for the Employer in this case whom refuses to recognize the courts of law and, considering the original arbitrator failed to address the topic of compensation under BILL 35, do not believe that they owe any compensation. That precedent will find its way into all employment and federal government edicts making a non-entity of our justice system such as it is.

13) That's why I call for all Nova Scotia teachers plus outsiders and their Union leader, Liette Doucet to 'MAKE NOISE' otherwise the eminence gris with the support of the Chief Justice and Premier Stephen McNeil threaten to trash your rights and I say 'yours' because I have other options, you don't. For example the de facto precedent of B.C.'s imposed BILL 35 excludes court oversight as appeals before over 50 judges are 'non-conclusive'. This is the only opportunity for Canada and Canadians to challenge imposed legislation. There never will be another opportunity on this scale to avert what is, in effect, anarchy.

14) 'Mail difficulties' hamper the case against the Union for disclosure in PEI which underlies the case for fraud.

 

OPEN LETTER TO NOVA SCOTIA TEACHERS - JANUARY 20-2017

REFERENCE: Hfx 458698

1) The actions by those in control at large in Canada appear to act like the Aids virus - forever mutating.

2) Recently, the Nova Scotia Teachers, where I have laid the constitutional question of the effects of imposed legislation, appear to have won their battle on this level through a teacher walk-out and a succeeding agreement which was not imposed. Does that change anything for a senior teacher laid-off in June? No. But try and tell that to Nova Scotia teachers brimming over with their 'success'. We won our battle didn't we? (but not the war)

3) Whether a teacher is laid off under imposed legislation or under statute law, there is little recourse under any system for success, the Employee's Case being a prime example. (see earlier accounts in November/December 2016 on this point):

a) School Boards across Canada would like to destroy seniority provisions as a senior teacher is paid twice the salary of a beginning teacher. No senior teacher should expect to be re-employed under these circumstances. Assume your teaching career to be finished.

b) Due to the nature of labour law, any successful petition by one laid-off teacher forces a second and possibly a third lay-off until the appropriate candidate is selected. That is expensive for both the Employer and Union hence the 'sweetheart deal' of which an appointed arbitrator is going to be only too aware of that reality.

c) While there may be some sympathy for the victim teacher; that will only last for about two weeks in a legal matter which will be stretched over at least two years = out of sight, out of mind.

d) The Union can block a laid-off teacher from appealing legally under the collective bargaining rules. Appeals to oversight bodies such as a Labour Board are a waste of time as there are no efficacious oversight bodies in Canada as attested to by the Employee's . 

e) A senior teacher so laid-off can be further pressured by a School Board refusing to recognize their retirement so that compensation such as pension may be stalled (10 years in my case and still counting). Even curtailing salary while appealing can be truncated against the rules as seen by the precedent set in the Employee's Case.

f) For the Union, someone has to be laid off (although the figures were fudged in the Employee's Case). Hence the Union goal is to avoid expensive arbitrations which function at cross-purposes to the plight of an individual victim focused on only their own welfare.

g) The Employee's Case includes the role of statute law as well as the imposed B.C.'s BILL 35. That is the significance of the failure of the Supreme Court of Canada in the last 2 of 4 statute challenges made in 2016: 36883 QC and 36993 SK. In effect what the SCofC sanctioned was the right of a judge(s) to 'pick up the judicial ball and go home' before a case is resolved. That unresolved factor is why the Canadian Justice System collapsed completely, leaving everything in the executive hands of a future Prime Minister considering P.M. Justin Trudeau's silence on this matter. Statute law, in other words, can still be a problem for Nova Scotia teachers as well as for all Canadians operating under these circumstances. The Justice System can't have 'no legal answer to be a legal answer' and expect to keep its credibility.

 

4) The problem of imposed legislation can negatively affect provinces as well:

a) The imposed carbon tax which only SK Premier Brad Wall is fighting is a case in point. Keep in mind that he has the financial resources to fight a prolonged battle in court; individuals do not.

b) While not a formal 'imposed'  matter, the reduction of the Federal government monies to the Health Sections of the Provinces contrary to the agreement, has the same effect. The government, in its cleverness, has made a lower level of agreement with some of the smaller provinces with a promise to upgrade that amount to whatever the larger provinces contesting the matter achieve. Those smaller provinces have the advantage of instant cash.

c) The above scenario is tantamount to running 'the Open Shop' which is anathema to Union existence. No Union will permit the Employer to hire non-union employees although 'contracting out' is a popular means of Employers getting around that provision. The Federal  government above is running a hybrid interpretation of the 'Open Shop'. (Hitler did much the same when, in order to control local mayors, he created the gauleiter organization to oversee the administration of funds to such as mayors from where the monies were confiscated.) The public, of course, have little understanding or appreciation of what these Provincial Health Ministers are fighting against other than a vague notion of the fight being over 'money' which is partly true although it is the eroded powers of provincial governments which are at stake = a tough sale to the populace.

5) In short, the powerful are able to game the system at the expense of weaker forces. It is a little like being at the poker table with a winning hand but losing because you cannot ante up the necessary bid to match your well-financed opponent.

6) As to the Employee's Case, the recent 2016 SCofC failed hearing bids on statute law based on an imposed Act are a logical conclusion to everything that has flowed before hence the Canadian Justice System has no credibility for anyone due to this unresolved case.

7) Will the N.S. courts join this WW1 Maginot mentality where 90,000 Frenchmen (over 50 Canadian judges) cannot be wrong (or be seen to be wrong in their bid to cover-up judicial chicanery in Canada's case)? or will they rob the government of one of their key weapons of control; namely, imposed legislation which obviates judicial overview making a eunuch of our court system. This case has been stripped of any outcome regarding the Employee's Case proper and marks a new direction for a judicial challenge. I have further invited the Employer whom unsuccessfully raised essentially the same question in Ontario #13-59060, to absent themselves from these proceedings.

8) It bears repeating; this case in Nova Scotia is the single most important legal case in the history of Canadian civil jurisprudence. It is so important that the ant-employee media feels it necessary to maintain a boycott on this national story. Go figure.

9) Similar to the recent SCofC rejections, will this case make any difference to the progress of the Employee's Case? None whatsoever in any observable fashion. Hlx 458698 is more about  the Premier McNeil government and, by extension, Canada. More on this feature later.

 

cc Premier McNeil

 

LETTER TO P.E.I. TEACHERS - Jan.20-2017

MESSAGE:

1) While the case against the West Vancouver School Board has been reduced to the constitutional question regarding imposed legislation which the N.S. teachers have fended off for another year, the question remains as to the topic of teacher lay-off under statute law or the collective bargaining regulations.

2) While I do not ask anyone to fight my battles, I do have limited resources to go up against 'the Old Boys Club'. That's where an ad hoc group of PEI teachers come in considering the absence of B.C. Teachers against the imposed B.C. BILL 35 which was used only against this targeted victim. In 1985, it was 'the battle of all teachers' claimed the Union. Today it is the battle of only one teacher as the B.C. union leaders discouraged teachers from standing up.

3) By 'MAKING NOISE' in terms of contacting professional teachers across Canada, it is hoped that attention is drawn to the Employee's Case which serves as a dangerous precedent to laid-off teachers wishing to contest their selection. Senior teachers are particularly vulnerable. SEE website JANUARY 2017 regarding those vulnerabilities.

4) While the case in N.S. is against the Employer, the case against the Union is being made in P.E.I. for disclosure of documents relating to the June 1985 School Board meetings regarding my 'illicit' lay-off. If the Union provides them, I call off the court case but that is not likely after 32 years of stone-walling. Those documents are my property, not that of the Union but try and explain that to over 50 judges.

5) As matters stand, no Union client can accept the blandishments of Union leaders as the sweetheart deal has, in effect, been sanctioned in this case by the courts and serves as a very dangerous precedent for any Employer out to exploit the situation.

6) Organize your ad hoc group and do what you can to publicize this leading labour case across Canada.

 

cc Premier MacLauchlan

 

 

 

 

  OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED TO POTUS Mr. TRUMP

(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)

CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - JAN.21-2017

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 (32 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 has been paid (includes pension rights which are held up as further blackmail  for 10 years now). This series is now directed to POTUS  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 under B.C.'s imposed BILL 35 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.  Pulitzer Prize seeking writer is sought in this one-of-a-kind 'uber' story of the century. Currently, Nova Scotia teachers and their Union (for that matter, any Union with the exception of the B.C. Teachers, have been invited to be a 3rd Party in my N.S. Claim 458698 SEE web. Even Employers such as Premier Brad Wall working under an imposed carbon tax is welcome to join.)

 

                             

 

IF THE LAW IS AN ASS BUT THE JUSTICE SYSTEM IS WACKADOODLE

 

1) Much has been written about how the law is an ass ('there's right and there's wrong and then there is the law') which is not the focus of this Newsletter; rather, the target is the Justice System itself.

2) 'What must be avoided at all costs, is a fundamental deprivation of justice under the law' Justice Estey  St Anne Nackawic  This oft quoted phrase linking the law to the justice system was even perversely bandied about by the Employer's counsel, Stuart Clyne, whom was pulling one of the biggest scams ever conducted at the arbitration in 1985 which was later quashed leaving this targeted party - as it turns out  - in a 32 year kafkaesque search for a conclusion from which compensation may be applied.

3) Much of court challenges are, in essence, challenges between government legislation and judicial application; the litigants coming rather late to the party but are important to bear the ultimate costs of these legal billable time boondoggles.

4) The action in Nova Scotia 458698 is unique in that no action is called for as it relates to my statement of claim thus refocusing the litigation entirely back onto the court...and that will never do as it is an experience foreign to the calculating minds in the judicial system. (see 'Gore's comment in 17)

5) Calling for a written decision as I have done in an Ontario resubmission also cramps the courts operation of giving a ruling quite apart from the issues involved if a judge so decrees. The current rejection by the ON court registry listed solely my desire to have a written (which conforms with the law)  as opposed to an oral hearing.

6) Earlier the Employer launched a case in Ontario 13-59060 (April 23-2014 decision) with essentially the same question with which I was in complete agreement and that I now raise in N.S. The wackadoodle response of the Ontario judge? Why, to dispose of this case on the grounds that this Respondent was being frivolous & vexatious.

7) As an overview of the 32 year Employee's Case as it has traveled through the judicial  labyrinth, the distinction I would draw is not so much between the terms 'law' and 'justice'; rather it is a deeply entrenched outdated bureaucratic attitude where a coterie of Chief Justices and their accompanying minion judges rule the roost. The 32 year unresolved Employee's Case has illustrated that much.

8) Traditionally the law has been focused on the protection of private property while the more modern trend is to recognize individual rights as reflected in the 1982 Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms which is also in the vanguard of United Nations thinking. Even here there is much legal controversy. For example, at the time the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Federal government could repatriate the Constitution (BNA Act 1867; a British document) but they should have the agreement of the provinces. 'They ducked the central problem, opined then P.M. Pierre Trudeau, 'how many provinces must agree to the repatriation?' The point here is that the courts are in the opinion rather than judgment mode as exemplified by the Employee's Case leaving powerful interest 'tails' to wag the 'judicial dog'. Quebec Courts are a prime example of that kind of abuse.

9) Hence the complaint I have against over 50 judges in this case is not so much that they are wrong as being wrong-headed. The challenge is much like converting a racist to a more conventional view of society. None of the judges appointed to this case have displayed those sensitivities although written judgements from other cases reflect that  true jurists exist but are in the vast minority.

10) Even the quotation from Justice  Estey above is deficient in this regard as his 'superlatives' merely mask the existence of an underlying disconnect.

11) The first step in forcing change is the one taken by POTUS Mr. Trump by calling out the U.S. Justice  System in the above regard.

12) The second step is reflected by this case in Nova Scotia wherein the matter is stripped of an individual case outcome in order to get an honest evaluation of the significance of imposed legislation as it relates to the court operations which underlies this case and others.

13) I have invited Nova Scotia teachers and their Union leader to 'Make Noise' in order to keep this topic foremost in the minds of - not only Nova Scotia teachers - but all Canadian employees and corporate interests dealing with imposed legislation. Unfortunately, Unions have a vested interest in the 'sweetheart deal' as a means of thwarting expensive legalities hence a grass-root appeal is essential by the professional teachers of Canada.

14) The task of reform requires philosophers or jurists, not elitist lawyers married to the principal of 'legal billable time bullshit'.

15) In the interim while we await a new Prime Minister, Mr. Trump should borrow a pattern from the 'Mexican fence' by telling American investors that any litigation emanating from Canada will be tried in U.S. courts with the government guaranteeing any successful lawsuit payments to be paid directly by the U.S. government and held against Canadian payment.

16) Regarding the constitutional challenge in N.S. courts, the teachers and their President by  not 'making noise'  leaves B.C.'s BILL 35 as a dangerous precedent to be quoted by all Interests seeking to evade the law. Each future case will have to be argued individually at much cost without a determination of the N.S. courts in the above case. Further, these teachers do not fully appreciate that any laid off teacher is on his or her own even after the Union, should it so decide, agree to finance a legal challenge. They will need all the support they can engender with a court system heavily biased in favour of the 'big guys'. That does not bode well for anyone.

17) '...I note the action is not a proceeding against the Attorney General of Nova Scotia nor does it make claim against the Province. It does appear that you, as plaintiff, intend to raise some kind of constitutional question concerning legislation of British Columbia.... E. Gores QC for the N.S. Department of Justice. Note that the authorities are quick to tell you what they cannot do without telling you what can be done in legal matters. The B.C. Attorney General, Hon. Suzanne Anton, a few years back claimed to the Federal Justice Minister that 'she was not involved'. The Federal Minister of Justice did not reply. So Mr. Trump, where are you now that Canada needs you most?

 

  OPEN LETTER ADDRESSED TO POTUS Mr. TRUMP

(Until a successive 21st Century Prime Minister to Justin Trudeau steps up for Canada)

CANADA'S CORRUPTOCRACY - JAN.28-2017

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 (32 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 has been paid (includes pension rights which are held up as further blackmail  for 10 years now). This series is now directed to POTUS  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 under B.C.'s imposed BILL 35 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.  Pulitzer Prize seeking writer is sought in this one-of-a-kind 'uber' story of the century. Currently, Nova Scotia teachers and their Union (for that matter, any Union with the exception of the B.C. Teachers, have been invited to be a 3rd Party in my N.S. Claim 458698 SEE web. Even Employers such as Premier Brad Wall working under an imposed carbon tax is welcome to join.)

 

THE ONLY CRIME IS - GETTING CAUGHT

 

QUOTE: 'What needst we fear it, when none can call us to account?' Lady MacBeth

MESSAGE:

1) scenario: You have been pulled over for speeding. 'But look at all those others speeding by as you write me a ticket, officer. It isn't fair.' "You got it in one. Fairness has nothing to do with the law. You were the one apprehended. That's the law."

2) In a premise I label reverse osmosis, I have, in effect in this analogy, caught the Justice System in the Employee's Case with collective speeding and are they ever howling! In the words of former P.M. Pierre Trudeau, the father of the incumbent P.M. Justin Trudeau; 'It is dangerous to be right when the government (including courts of law) are wrong.'

3) Recently, the exonerated Senator Mike Duffy on bribery charges, exemplifies the above theme. In 1873, P.M. John A. MacDonald lost the election over the 'Pacific Scandal' in which a Senator carried the bribes to railroad interests. The Senator was never charged. Indeed, no Senator has ever been charged until the Duffy Case amid many inconsistencies as to the role of the Tory P.M. Stephen Harper and the RCMPP (political police who ludicrously  failed to include Tory government factotum, Nigel Wright, in the bribery charge).

4) Arar, the Muslim deported from a U.S. airport in 2003 to Syria via CIA transport for a little 'S&M' illustrates the same disjoint as the above Duffy story. In a sting operation, the RCMPP were waiting at the Montreal airport but were thwarted when Arar changed his itinerary in Paris to travel through New York not knowing there was an apprehension order against him. 10 days later, it is submitted here, with the full knowledge and consent of P.M. Martin and Defence Minister Bill Graham, Arar found himself in a Syrian prison where torture appeared to be a 'cottage industry'. When Arar was freed, Harper bought him off for $10 million forcing, in that process it is again submitted here, Martin and Graham to resign quietly from politics. Whom paid the Syrians for their 'servicing'? The RCMPP?

5) Diab was the Ottawa University professor deported to France under highly dubious circumstances by my old nemesis, Ottawa Justice Robert Maranger, a very slippery judge indeed to the extent that I coined the term 'marangered' to apply to such cases as Diab's . He has been rotting away for the past two years awaiting a trial for the first Paris bomb plot in 1980, another case in high level finagling. Normally a Jewish kiton would be expected to snuff Diab of which he was well aware. So why the approach to the Canadian court? To make them complicit in Israeli politics in their battle to undermine Muslim terrorists in Canada. At least that is my submission. In brief, the courts, when called on for the purpose, are essentially political bodies quite prepared to suborn the law as exemplified by Maranger's bullshit expiation... 'It's a weak case, but I had no other choice to rule against deportation...it is the law.' (A law which is bent, buggered, and obsolete...the French and the U.S. have no such deportation laws.) Recently, Maranger sentenced a neglectful step-mother to a 3 year jail term for neglecting her horribly abused step-son by a brutal (RCMP) husband under the terms of 'crimes of omission'. I am here to verify that Maranger's notion of 'crimes of omission' (and commission) is well rooted in his own experience as a judge in the Employee's Case.

6) So with this law of reverse osmosis, how does it apply to the Employee's Case? The Employer's argument is that the courts of law (fraud obviously exempted but just try and get disclosure as I have for 32 years) have no jurisdiction over imposed legislation. Initially, the courts rejected that position of the lay-off of senior West Vancouver teacher, Roger Callow, in June of 1985 for 'economic reasons' (whistle blowing) by quashing the arbitration favouring the School Board ruling, as it did, the government appointed arbitrator to be patently unreasonable (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 in June of 1985). The central point to make here is that neither the Southin Decision of 1986 and the subsequent Appeal Case support made any mention of the Employer's case rejecting court overview nor have any of the courts (4 trips to the Supreme Court of Canada plus 50 assorted judges - and I do place an emphasis on the term 'assorted') addressed that key argument of imposed legislation. The case in N.S. 458698 is limited to doing just that apart from any claim in what is the single most important legal case in Canadian civil law. To refer to the earlier analogy of the traffic cop, I am standing at the side of the road imploring the traffic policeman to at least ticket one of the speeding justice vehicles whizzing by. To date, the RCMPP (Montreal Fraud Division) refuses my entreaty to seize the Employer's meeting notes of June 1985 (disclosure which is the basis of habeas corpus and therefore all law) returned to them by Justice Southin 'because she did not use them'.

7) Canadians and Canada are sometimes called, 'the luckiest people in the world' which our textbooks would attribute to our commonsense approach to our infrastructure. The rest of the world attribute our good luck to living under the nuclear umbrella of our neighbor, the U.S. where we have all the privileges without the responsibilities. PLACARD:  HYPOCRISY  / CANADA DOES IT BEST Judging by how the Employee's Case has been handled (mangled?) ,we should not be telling people in the other parts of the world of how to live, but we do.  P.M. Justin Trudeau is proof positive of that. Tory leadership candidate Kevin O'Leary (in a field of 14 candidates) is the only one to tackle Trudeau's shortcomings directly; no reverse osmosis for him. It will be interesting whether or not O'Leary will turn his back on this national story of the Employee's Case as the other 13 Tory candidates and the anti-employee media have done.