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MARCH - 2018

 

OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT TRUMP - MAR.01-2018

BY: Roger Callow The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial and government malfeasance  employeescasecanada.ca  (33 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 15 different court systems and over 50 judges. No compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid.

cc  President Trump c/o Kelly Knight Craft Ambassador to Canada f.613-688-3082

 

QUOTES: A) Trump on school massacre '...You don't know until you're tested, but I think I  would really believe I'd run in there even if I did not have a weapon....'  my comment: That sound you hear on the White House lawn is a helicopter warming its engines 24/7 to expedite Trump to the next school massacre 'for the purpose'. He's the kind of guy who brings a knife to a gunfight.  What he could  really do to help is declare his position against all rapid fire guns in the U.S.  In this subterfuge, he is like Trudeau whom will not support the legal process in the 'Battleford' incident nor one state for all of India...heal thyselves first, oh physicians....

B) Trump on making America great again: '...get Norwegians to immigrate to the U.S.' my comment: the self-effacing Norwegians were first in Pyongyang (and with a living standard higher than Americans) for a reason: their intrinsic values do not encompass the bombastic media values of sporting success. I notice that they do not return the 'compliment' to those U.S. immigrants Trump would make available for the purpose. (Disclosure: Norway suffered one of the worst terrorist attacks due to a demented man-nowhere is safe)

C) Trump on almost anything: 'You are damned if he does and you are damned if he doesn't'. As I have said at the outset, there is not time for a 'learning curve' for him = catastrophe. He is the Midas anti-king in which everything he touches turns to lead.

D) Advice Columnists then and now: Ann Landers -'Suck it up toots'; Ellie Tesher - 'We have support personnel who will hold your hand while you suck all the oxygen out of a relationship'

 

JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada)

WEST VANCOUVER SCHOOL TRUSTEE'S 'FINAL SOLUTION': 'If you do not accept what we offer in settlement,                                                                                                    you will get nothing at all.'

President Trump's authority to act: The Magnitsky Act

(moral and legal turpitude) As both Canada and the U.S. are signatories and as Canada has exempted itself from an internal application of this Act, it falls to such as the U.S. to apply this Act against Nova Scotia Justice P. Rosinski (Halifax 469918 Nov. 29-2017)and B.C. Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon (2018)

Why President Trump should act: Due to a national anti-employee Canadian media boycott, it now appears necessary for an international force to act. In the case of the U.S., surely commercial interests should be warned about the deleterious actions of Canadian courts. (8 out of 10 provinces plus the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 inconsequential occasions and due to the incompetence of the Minister of Justice, P.M. Trudeau is negatively affected to a catastrophic degree). In brief, it's anarchy. Under those conditions, U.S. commercial interests may wish to re-evaluate their loan confidence for Canada from that of a developed country to that of a 'shithole' country. As President, you have an obligation to warn them accordingly. The question which needs be asked now is that if President Trump does not speak out, which international influence will take his place?

  

MESSAGE:

1) Why I pay limited attention to Canada's budget day (Feb. 27) by big shot (dot the 'o') the personally rich financial Minister, Bill Morneau. This story from my past in the 1950's illustrates the point. A relative living in a small town was trying to convince his family and friends to buy into this wonderful investment opportunity...why, a little old lady of limited means was even able to work out how the program would benefit her! My father rejected the bid as all the funds were invested in one motel chain in a deal hatched by a couple of University whiz kids. In short, the investors were buying the chain for the kids and taking all the risk so that when the scheme went belly up as it did, the investors took the hit. The relative turned grey overnight telling his clients that 'he lost too'.

2) Whiz kid Morneau and others such as QC Premier Couillard committing pension funds to Bombardier is playing  much the same game with pensioners funds. The proposed infrastructure bank of the Trudeau government would also seek to tap these funds. Of course, size does matter and the Canadian taxpayer will carry the brunt of any collapse in much the same fashion as the U.S. taxpayers bailed out the Mortgage debacle in 2008. The budget speech this week had a 'the budget will solve itself' spirit although I have always favoured pay equity which the government will push with federal workers. Professional school teachers have always been paid on the same scale. Our debt on all levels places us on a par with Greece

3) The major reason that I do not pay much attention to figures is that they do not include protection against massive default. Some 'figuring' Fraser Institute type person is going to question that statement: 'We have institutional protections, sir, in which money is set aside for such contingencies (perhaps 10% with 4% for Canadian banks). Besides, where are your figures for your 'gut' instinct based on grandma's snake remedy?' To me, that is like being told that if the brakes fail on the car that you are driving, you can always open the door and drag your hob-nailed boots on the pavement! Playing with statistical concepts is also within the realm of such specious bean counter philosophy. In answer to a classroom question I set before a visiting Greater Vancouver District representative in the 1970's; 'Why was housing permitted to be built on Lulu Island (suburb near the airport) considering that this is a major earthquake zone where flooding would be created from within?' "If we had to do it over again, we wouldn't have...but what do you mean by earthquake hazard? There is the 500 year theory, for example." He then quickly diverted the topic. The problem with this logic? 'Oh, I bought my house on Lulu Island 10 years ago which means I have 490 years to go...I'm okay, jack.'

4) Prosperity is driving us into the next recession/depression with my suggestion of getting liquid for those able to do so. 50% of Canadians cannot. They can't live beyond the next paycheck and yet we are told that consumer buying is what drives the economy and much of that is personal credit card debt. Financiers are rewriting debt for those who can ill afford the initial debt but having the debt show up as money owed permits the financial interests to keep the tally in the black as opposed to red column. It is the old story of having a $1 debt which you can't pay the bank leaving you with a problem; a $1 million debt leaves the bank with the problem. Further, much of that prosperity is illusionary. The auto industry is typical. Sure cars are selling, but like most industries, too many competitors dilute the profits. Extending car loans to 8 years even permitting unpaid portions to be added to new car purchases is reflective of a basic weakness in that economy.

5) Bombardier and its dumping of the C series aircraft on the U.S. with Delta Aircraft is symbolic of international trade spinning out of control with Trump fixes being more of a problem than a solution. First of all, duplicitous QC Premier Couillard had, I submit, no right to consign QC workers pension programs to bolstering this faltering Company. The dumping of the C Series aircraft in the U.S. was a desperation bid met by Trump's excessive countervailing tariffs. The next mistake was that of corporate Boeing which did not have all its 'ducks in a row' and therefore should have left matters - presuming it was legally possible - to the U.S. government to deal with the matter as a dumping concern rather than a 'competitive' concern. Bombardier , in defense, made a deal with Aerobus of Europe to have the C series built in Alabama to get around the problem while Boeing is courting Brazil's Embraer to compete with this conglomerational mess. The mechanisms of world trade, in other words, have eclipsed the products produced and the clients being served in a fashion never before contemplated. Such hi-jinxes throw all trade agreements out the window = anarchy of the industrialized world.

6) Do you realize what panics the Canadian media more than anything else with this boycott on the Employee's Case? What if they did publish the matter much like the Falun Gong persecutions and there is no reaction?...it is a little like throwing a party and no-one attends. But maybe that party has been thrown in terms of a study in Ontario showing that widespread bullying exists in the judicial system; a feature common to any John Grisham novel although it misses on the top down systematic aspect of the problem. There was not a peep; not a 'letter to the editor'; nothing, on these ON revelations. My point here is that my experiences in 8 out of 10 provinces plus the Supreme Court of Canada plus Justice Ministries would suggest the problem is universal. We have a horse and buggy operation in an age where all we are left with is the horse poop...go figure....

7) Quid pro quo? There is talk of repatriating jihadi women because a Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian. Well, their jihadi brats are not Canadian, not Canadian, not Canadian. I visited the Lebanese refugee camp in the mid-60's where inhabitants were waiting, waiting, waiting and still are today for UN Resolutions to be effected. Those children became the source of terrorism even when an Israeli backed militia raided them killing many. In brief, who sews the wind; reaps the whirlwind. S. Vietnamese loyal to the old regime were incarcerated in re-training camps until the new government felt confident to release them. The Trudeau-Goodale (Public Protection Minister) tribe are on notice...don't patriate these children.

 

MARCH 01-2018                                   The Canadian legal 'disclosure' model: 'Running a court within a court'

QUOTE: O.S. p.13 columnist Michelle Malkin (re. Florida massacre) '...This is "information (police officer sat outside school for 4 minutes during massacre)  the public needed to know," Israel pontificated last week, yet he is denying the public's right to see and judge the video for themselves. Israel is a grandstanding publicity hound, enabled by gun extremists in the media, whose "just trust us" arrogance is an obstacle to the truth. He's a dime a dozen. Across the country...control freaks...routinely block public disclosure of information that destroys their carefully spun, job-preserving narratives...Without transparency, there can be no accountability, "Never Again" is yet another empty, expedient cable TV sound bite in an ocean of self-serving rhetoric.'

CANADA juxtaposition:

1) I would like to see Malkin rewrite her piece if there had been virtually no analysis of the Florida Massacre in the media. That situation approximates the media boycott of the 33 year unresolved Employee's Case which has led to the dissolution of 'law and order' in Canada to such an extent and degree that Canada can no longer claim to be a 'land of law' due to government and judicial systematic malfeasance. While the U.S. incident has a specific locale with ramifications to all of America, the Employee's Case is a matter of top down abuse to a specific incident i.e. a reversal of the process.

2) The Quebec phase (Supreme Court of Canada 36993 2016 with Richard Wagner as one of the 3 panel judges whom is now the new chief Justice of Canada) illustrates how important 'disclosure' (West Vancouver School Trustee June 1985 meeting notes) was and still is to the Employee's Case. The Gatineau, QC judge obviously was too upset to refuse to call for disclosure which was the limitation set by me in QC as follow-up would be outside the province. So what to do? Why, these clever QC bunnies appointed a second judge to redo the matter and write the judgment without reference to the existence of the first trial. That's a no-no of the nth degree in law but the Appeal and legal complaint process (latter never acknowledged) led to Wagner and from there to Prime Minister Trudeau (unacknowledged). It is an unspoken "just trust us" arrogance (as an institution) paralleling the U.S. story and, similar to the U.S., the Canadian judges have permitted their offices (over 50 judges to date) to be used for 'self-serving rhetoric' (frivolous and vexatious accusations). Technically, I am still awaiting that lower Gatineau judge's Decision from 3 years ago. As matters currently stand, no court Decision in Canada has any veracity as the above QC legal caper is but the tip of an iceberg repeated a number of times across Canada in this case. Somebody should tell Canadians that the SS Canadian Democratic Titanic is sitting on the bottom of the ocean.

 

OPEN LETTER TO PRESIDENT TRUMP - MAR.11-2018

BY: Roger Callow The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial and government malfeasance- employeescasecanada.ca  (33 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985) now known judicially as a 'dumpster fire' (massive catastrophe) which has been through 15 different court systems and over 50 judges. No compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid.

cc  President Trump c/o Kelly Knight Craft Ambassador to Canada f.613-688-3082

QUOTE: 'Where nothing is forbidden, all is permitted'  Assassin creed

 

                        JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada)

WEST VANCOUVER SCHOOL TRUSTEE'S 'FINAL SOLUTION': 'If you do not accept what we offer in settlement,                                                                                                                                          you will get nothing at all.'

President Trump's authority to act: The Magnitsky Act

(moral and legal turpitude) As both Canada and the U.S. are signatories and as Canada has exempted itself from an internal application of this Act, it falls to such as the U.S. to apply this Act against Nova Scotia Justice P. Rosinski (Halifax 469918 Nov. 29-2017)and B.C. Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon (2018)

 

Why President Trump should act: Due to a national anti-employee Canadian media boycott, it now appears necessary for an international force to act. In the case of the U.S., surely commercial interests should be warned about the deleterious actions of Canadian courts (8 out of 10 provinces plus the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 inconsequential occasions and due to the incompetence of the Minister of Justice, P.M. Trudeau is negatively affected to a catastrophic degree). In brief, it's anarchy. Under those conditions, U.S. commercial interests may wish to re-evaluate their loan confidence for Canada from that of a developed country to that of a 'shithole' country. As President, you have an obligation to warn them accordingly.

 

 

'A MODEST PROPOSAL'

1) When one computes the level of debt incurred by a combination of the Canadian federal debt, the provincial debts (ON with 40% of activity has the largest sub-debt of any country), and personal debt (50% of Canadians cannot go without a paycheck); Canada rates on a financial basis paralleling  bankrupt Greece which requires constant foreign bailouts.

2) In 1962, we had the 'Diefendollar' where Canada's currency sank from the former $1.05 to the U.S. dollar to 92.5 cents when P.M. Diefenbaker spat in the eye of the U.S. after the U.S. killed the Avro Arrow deal due to U.S. commercial interests. Today we have been hovering around 80 cents and sinking...62 cent dollar next? We are just that vulnerable.

3) In his 'trade wars' Trump was probably reading out of the book of former President Polk who provoked a war with Mexico in the late 1840's as an excuse to seize New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, Nevada and California for the U.S.

4) With a greatly reduced dollar, U.S. financial interests can buy up Canadian resources in the Arctic for a 'song'. To secure those resources from such as the depredations of Russia, the U.S. requires a visible presence in the Arctic unhampered by a 'non-existent' Canadian military force.

5) Canada became a country in 1867 with the promise of a railroad to export prairie wheat and to wean B.C. from a north-south mining frontier. P.E.I. became a province in 1873 by turning their local railroad debt over to the new Dominion of Canada. It is that latter development which interests the U.S. today.

6) If Canada exercises its 14th colony option (to become a U.S. state); the U.S. sees additional benefits:

a) California with a population approx. the same as Canada is governed by a Governor and Council. Message? By eliminating provincial governments and running everything out of a revised Senate (to parallel Congress); much of the Canadian debt would be reduced dramatically. (The provincial structures could be kept as local entities under Senate control) 

b) It is one thing for the U.S. to contend with drug legalization at the state level; quite another when a bordering country would legalize the trade across the country. 

c) Such as the internecine trade war with Bombardier disrupting North America trade patterns could be eliminated in their present form. 

d) Over a decade ago, U.S. novelist Dean Koontz wrote me: 'Roger, and I thought U.S. Courts were a mess!' And that was before the worst excesses of Canadian courts in the employeescasecanada.ca. dating from 2010. For example, no oversight body including the media can explain why an Ontario Superior Court Judge (C. McKinnon 13-59060) could produce three official decisions in 2014 where none referenced the other. The Canadian Justice System imploded. Further, this systematic government-judicial conspiracy revealed a scam from 'the top down'; a first exposure of this type in any democracy. Without an efficacious judicial system; a country has anarchy. Perhaps U.S. law may create a new beginning for it certainly cannot get any worse in Canada. At least miscreant judges go to jail in the U.S. Over-all, what is not to like for individual Canadians by simplifying our life e.g. singing only one national anthem at sporting events as we hold our hands over our hearts. Besides, hockey players freely cross the border. . Why not the rest of us?  Sorry Canada's veterans, but we failed to 'stand on guard for thee'.

 

MARCH 12-2018

OUR DISQUIETING SCHOOLS ( O.S. pp.4-5)

 

 

1) While not mentioned in the article, men are vacating the teaching field in droves for a few decades now. Difference? Perhaps none as I have seen no difference in either teaching or administration between men and women whom are paid on the same scale.

2) The general drift in this article is that with the increase of student disciplinary problems, more resources - which have been in decline over-all - are being allotted to dealing with discipline situations. a) On one occasion over a decade ago, one intermediate school (7-8) would have an aide doing remedial work with a few students until the first discipline problem was sent her way after being evicted from a classroom upon which she would devote her time to the discipline student(s) Average about 20 minutes for her to be on task with remedial work. b) On one occasion, I was assigned 4 disciplinary intermediate students from core French in another room after which the French teacher 'blessed me' because for once she actually got something done. c) Undisciplined kindergarten students (read that refugees) are adding to the problem.

3) Before her retirement about a decade ago, my wife worked as a special education assistant in the French public elementary board filled with refugees, mainly from Somalia. She kept a 'tight ship' backed by strong administration. I taught newly arrived Somali students to Ottawa in 1992 at summer school where they were compliant in the classroom but I would never leave the class unpatrolled during my coffee break. As a generalization, many of the Somali girls have gone on to make something of their lives and would introduce their babies to my wife in the malls. The males not so much as the local drug trade is dominated by Arab influences and not a week goes by in Ottawa without another shooting.

4) As one with a basic Special Education certificate, I was permitted to cover all special needs classes on a Supply Teaching basis. Did I worry about the occasional violent act? Not at all because the other two members in the class of 12 would move in to control the others. On one rambunctious occasion, staff from across the hall came in to help out. When all teachers were told to acquire Special Education qualifications, administrators eliminated expensive special classes and incorporated discipline students into a regular classroom setting = bedlam as illustrated in the article as 'there are no consequences for bad behavior'. I have seen that erosion since the 1970's in B.C. 'Progressive discipline' was always the norm but from the article the message seems to say 'just try and use it'. Even in the 1970's, we had a principal (given the boot after one year) whom claimed that if, as a teacher, you have to seek administration support, you should consider yourself to have failed. My experience was that close to half of administrators are of that thinking even if they do not say so. Many beginning teachers are intimidated on this level and permit minor situations to become exacerbated.

5) The article mentions that many students act out with a Supply Teacher...or attempt to in my case as I was a 'hardened' Supply Teacher. Some senior teachers thought that they would do Supply Teaching after retirement...no class preparations, marking, or parents! They rarely lasted a year as their new assignments were in schools where they 'were not known from Adam'.

6) One Trustee noted the increased load for teachers with 'ideas from the top'...reminding me of the U.S. teacher whom claimed in 2014 on one Caribbean cruise that the problem was no longer violence; rather it has to do with ineffective leadership.

7) Would I survive under the current conditions as a Supply Teacher? I wouldn't even try. But then, I did not survive under the old system as it was unwinding in the 1980's when a weak administrator under pressure, changed his 'Professional Report' on this Teacher from a 'Positive' to a 'Negative'...and I caught him! That is why the imposed B.C. BILL 35 (ostensibly to provide 'lay-off' solely for economic reasons) was passed in 1985 and used solely against this teacher before it was withdrawn (banana republic law). Over 50 judges and counting, saw no problem with this unresolved senior teacher lay-off where no compensation has been paid. The Canadian Justice System is in the cellar with no way of getting out hence no individual in Canada can face a court of law with any equanimity. That's anarchy brought to all Canadian individuals as the central consequence of the employeescasecanada.ca. It cannot get any worse than that.

8) Would I recommend teaching as a career choice? Not if my strong suspicion comes to fruition in which schools will be given a choice as to whether they wish to become 'charter schools' and run their own affairs (much like the U.S.). Of course, teachers would have to re-apply in those schools where the 'good teachers' would be re-employed while the 'bad teachers' (read that many senior teachers on a pay scale twice that of beginners) are let out. Of course the school would retain the savings...for a time. (Remember the young girl in 2008 at President Obama's inauguration asking 'How do I get into a good school?' As an elitist, he bit.) Watch Nova Scotia under their too clever by half Premier McNeil whom is abolishing English School Boards and Alberta where Opposition leader Tory Jason Kenney looms large.

 

OPEN LETTER TO ONTARIO TORY LEADER ROB FORD - MAR.18-2018

BY: Roger Callow   The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial and government malfeasance - employeescasecanada.ca  (33 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985 under the imposed  BILL 35 now known judicially as  a 'dumpster fire' (massive catastrophe)  which has been through 15 different court systems and over 50 judges.) No compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid.

cc  President Trump c/o Kelly Knight Craft Ambassador to Canada f.613-688-3082

 

QUOTES:  

A) 'Every individual is equal before and under the law and has equal benefit of the law without discrimination...' The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Section 15(1) ...someone should tell that to those Canadian judges hamstrung by an addiction to the laws at the expense of 'the spirit of the laws' (justice) PLACARD: A PARADOX / THE LAW IS BROKE YET PLENTY FIXED AS IT IS (The new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Robert Wagner, sat on both rejected Appeals (QC-36883 & SK-36993 - 2016) amid my most vociferous objections: PLACARD: IMPEACH SCofC CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERT WAGNER. P.M. Trudeau is directly implicated due to this failure of Canada's oversight bodies to investigate judicial malfeasance.

B) '...Part of it is that you don`t bite off more than you can chew. You should try and change something that is difficult but where you have a moderate probability of succeeding....' 12 RULES FOR LIFE  Jordan Peterson

C) '...(As a generalization) what's required to keep control are attention, cooperation and a culture of responsibility, so they must be counting on robots to keep it all together...eventual annihilation of human beings. As if we needed help with that. O.S. Mar.18-2018 p.15 THE ROBOTS SHOULD HURRY UP  Liz Braun

 

 

 

                                                                                    JUDICIAL LIES PILED ON TOP OF JUDICIAL LIES = CASE LAW for the Employee's Case(Canada)

WEST VANCOUVER SCHOOL TRUSTEE'S 'FINAL SOLUTION': 'If you do not accept what we offer in settlement,                                                                                                                                                 you will get nothing at all.'

President Trump's authority to act: The Magnitsky Act (moral and legal turpitude) As both Canada and the U.S. are signatories and as Canada has exempted itself from an internal application of this Act, it falls to such as the U.S. to apply this Act against Nova Scotia Justice P. Rosinski (Halifax 469918 Nov. 29-2017)and B.C. Lieutenant Governor Judith Guichon (2018) Hypocritical  Canada, for example, can condemn the Chief Justice of the Venezuelan Courts without fearing any retaliation as Venezuela is not a signatory to the Magnitsky Act.

Why President Trump should have acted: Due to a national anti-employee Canadian media boycott, it now appears necessary for an international force to act. In the case of the U.S., surely commercial interests should be warned about the deleterious actions of Canadian courts. (8 out of 10 provinces plus Federal Court plus the Supreme Court of Canada on 4 inconsequential occasions and due to the incompetence of the Minister of Justice, P.M. Trudeau is negatively affected to a catastrophic degree). In brief, it's anarchy. Under those conditions, U.S. commercial interests may wish to re-evaluate their loan confidence for Canada from that of a developed country to that of a 'shithole' country. As President, Trump had an obligation to warn them accordingly. Now it remains for any source to reveal the perfidy of Canada's hypocrisy in the above case.

 

THE CASE THAT 'NEVER WAS'

BACKGROUND

1) Simply put, the Employee's Case does not exist in case law in any normative use of that expression nor never did.

2) The above assertion supports the B.C. Employer's position that only the conditions of the imposed BILL 35 (1985) which supported the Employer in arbitration is the only legal document to be recognized. (Even here, BILL 35 allowed for compensation which the arbitrator ignored hence I am technically still an employee with the West Vancouver School Board awaiting 33 years of deferred salary which now includes pension rights for the past 12 years (I'm 77 this year). Of course some day I will die which ends my role in this case but that is not the situation for the Justice System which is already moribund as a consequence of 'the gift which just keeps on giving'...the Energizer bunny notwithstanding.

3) The West Vancouver  School Trustees do not recognize court oversight which saw fit in 1986 to quash the arbitration ruling, in that process, the arbitrator (deceased 1987) to be patently unreasonable for failing to show a causal factor i.e. this crime...this perp.

4) 'How long will it (this case) last?' was a common line in 1986. answer: It was over as soon as the arbitrator walked into the arbitration (government-judiciary-employer-union conspiracy) PLACARD: STAY OUT OF A CANADIAN COURTROOM UNLESS YOU FIRST BUY THE JUDGE.  That battle extends to the judge's hand-maiden, the Registries which are legendary for their obfuscation. In brief, everything before over 50 judges and oversight bodies in this case including P.M. Trudeau is complicit in a fraud of unimaginable dimensions...with the RCMP doing nothing.(I have written to the new RCMP Commissioner on this level.)

 

DOES THE EMPLOYEE'S CASE 'EXIST'?

5) Not really if reference is made to the judicial record which in the many, many hearings, makes no recognition of the Employer's central argument that there are no oversight powers over imposed legislation: i.e. there is no mention of this concept in the court of Justice Mary Southin which overturned the arbitration in 1986 nor the following Appeal Court which the Employer filed where the lower court Order was made to stand.

6) Nor is there any mention of this Employer claim in 1995 under B.C. Supreme Court Justice Spencer who would make of this case a collective bargaining issue subject to only a SECTION 12 B.C. Labour Board Appeal which that erstwhile Board refused to hear. (The Employer's Hanging Letter in 1996 had threatened the Labour Board with exposure as to their jurisdiction vis a vis the  imposed BILL 35 should they hold a SECTION 12 hearing.) This letter is the only extant position of the Employer on this point in existence which no succeeding B.C. Court would entertain (up to 2013 and from that date on in courts outside of B.C., the Federal Court and various Provincial Courts due to a B.C. Deputy Justice expelling me in this unresolved case for 'reasons best known to himself'). No other court would touch that expulsion order with the proverbial '10-foot pole'. Recently, under the new Horgan government, the B.C. court ignored that prohibition but would still seek to evade their responsibilities; specifically with the Office of the Lieutenant Governor (read that Horgan government). Only Green Party MPP Andrew Weaver which keeps the Horgan government in power remains to be challenged.

 

ONTARIO

7) There is one partial exception to the above ban and that was in Ontario Supreme Court: 13-59060 Colin McKinnon j. April-2014 / September 2014 / Court Registry  (3 Decisions) where the Employer laid an action on this constitutional point which was handily ignored by McKinnon j. ruling in its stead that -as the defendant- I was guilty of frivolous behaviour! These 3 separate Decisions do not reference each other and hence stand as an indictment to the operation of the entire judiciary for no judgment in Canada has any veracity under these conditions. That is the burden for the new Tory leader, Rob Ford, for Wynne (Liberal) and Horwath (NDP) would maintain this lie through their silence.

8) As the Tories currently have 42% for the coming June ON election; there is a chance that a Liberal-NDP alliance could squeeze Ford out hence I have set a date of MAY 15 for Ford to take a public stand on this issue; otherwise by default, he becomes one of the conspirators. That support could be limited to providing legal assistance to guide an action through the ON Registry. What's not to like for responsible voters considering that whether Ford wins or loses, he will still be the head of a Party with this 'sword of damocles'  hanging over anything he does in government.

9) In brief, Canada's democracy is in the cellar and no-one should vote unless someone such as Doug Ford stands up to the plate. PLACARD: VOTERS / FOOLS VOTING FOR OTHER FOOLS

 

THE ANTI-EMPLOYEE MEDIA

10) An explanation as to the national Canadian media boycott is warranted here. As a generalization, the media is a front for the Old Boys Club while claiming the opposite. For example, Postmedia columnist Christie Blatchford wrote a book highly condemnatory of the actions of various judges without any mention of this lead case leaving a big credibility hole in her account. For the media, the problems we have are assigned to the incumbent government hence by voting them out, their logic is that a new slate is created where, in short, anomalies like the Employee's Case are buried as 'old news'. By going directly to the heart of the matter by showing  the institution of the judiciary to be systematically corrupt, the media is at a loss as what to do...so they do nothing...so much for investigative reporting.

11) Our institutions are long accustomed to picking their issues out of the media hence explaining such perversions as Postmedia ordering all their newspapers to write an editorial in support of the re-election of the Harper government in 2015 (which went on to lose). CTV, in an obvious set-up, phoned the ON Tory caucas  at 4 P.M. to break the news that their leader, Patrick Brown, was being accused of sexual assault (based on very feeble evidence as an ensuing CBC investigation showed) By nightfall, Brown was expelled. The gerrymandered leadership replacement process (delay of forms and voting permission) was designed to support the Old Boys Club candidate; a process which Doug Ford usurped leaving some Tory columnists with their noses out of joint. That despicable treatment had its parallel in the U.S. in the last election in which Trump was able to usurp the media as well.

 

CONCLUSION

12) So what will it be, Doug, `biting off what you can chew' with the Employee's Case ...or joining a couple of other pretty two-faced liars heading up other political parties? Remember, May 15 is your target date.

 

The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic  judicial and government malfeasance  (Roger Callow)

 

OPEN LETTER TO SCofC JUSTICE A. KARAKATSANIS - MAR.25-2018

 

BY: Roger Callow   The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System due to systematic judicial and government malfeasance - employeescasecanada.ca  (33 year unresolved 'standing case' legal matter in 'illicit' West Vancouver, B.C. senior teacher lay-off in 1985 under the imposed  BILL 35 now known judicially as  a 'dumpster fire' (massive catastrophe)  which has been through 15 different court systems and over 50 judges.) No compensation (includes pension rights) has been paid.

cc  President Trump c/o Kelly Knight Craft Ambassador to Canada f.613-688-3082

 

QUOTES:   A) 'Every individual is equal before and under the law and has equal benefit of the law without discrimination...' The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Section 15(1) ...someone should tell that to those Canadian judges hamstrung by an addiction to the laws at the expense of 'the spirit of the laws' (justice) PLACARD: A PARADOX / THE LAW IS BROKE YET PLENTY FIXED AS IT IS (The new Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Robert Wagner, sat on both rejected Appeals (QC-36883 & SK-36993 - 2016) amid my most vociferous objections: PLACARD: IMPEACH SCofC CHIEF JUSTICE ROBERT WAGNER. P.M. Trudeau is directly implicated due to this failure of Canada's oversight bodies to investigate judicial malfeasance.

MESSAGE:

QUOTE: Ottawa Citizen Mar.24 NP3 re 'Bruce Carlson' '...The Ontario Court of Appeal took a broader view of the wording and, in a split decision, overturned the acquittal. And because of that split, the case automatically went to the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court followed the same path as Ontario's highest court. The majority took a broad view of the statement, saying the phrase should include anything that depends on or could be facilitated by the government. Writing for the majority, Justice A. Karaktsanis said federal officials could have made it easier for First Nations to purchase the systems by changing fundamental terms and conditions to the company's benefit, or by funding pilot projects that used the company's systems. She said the Criminal Code provisions that deal with frauds on the government - including influence peddling - are designed to target behaviour that "risks depriving citizens of a true democracy".

1) To be cynical, presumably my challenges could be hung up on the word 'true' as in the term 'true democracy' as opposed to what?...a 'false democracy' which I submit Canada has as evidenced by the Employee's Case.

2) The above proposition apart, what is the SCofC's position when the prime culprit is their newly appointed Chief Justice, Richard Wagner, whom is complicit in a judicial fraud cover-up without equal? Perhaps if the oversight bodies including the RCMP had seen fit to acknowledge an investigation, Wagner cj would not have been exposed to the contumely found in this Newsletter. As matters stand, he is directly complicit in a judicial fraud cover-up without equal and is a direct embarrassment to P.M. Justin Trudeau whom saw fit to make this appointment after being kept fully apprised of the Employee's Case (Canada). It cannot get any worse than that for a 'true' democracy.

3) As to other lower court shenanigans, I am keeping Postmedia's Cindy Blatchford (no fan of judges) notified of a civil case in which a 'dead-beat' condominium Board refused to pay their $80,000 debt to a snow clearing contractor citing the usual excuses amid their Counsel's threat to the judge that the matter would be appealed if they lost. They did lose and did Appeal. The Appeal Court divided the finding into two parts, the first regarding a technicality which was handily dismissed and then set down further time - much to the protest of the contractor's lawyer - for further 'argument' challenge.  'Watch out' I warned the contractor considering the earlier Condominium's threat to the judge. Presume that the Partner in this law firm plays golf with the Chief Justice with the case finding to be reversed blocking all but a Supreme Court of Canada civil  hearing which is likely to be blocked under these circumstances leaving you with nowhere to turn. You could be hit with not only losing the $80,000, but legal fees for both sides. Why? Condominium owners are great at whining to politicians whom value their votes while as a contractor, you have no such cachet.

 

MARCH 27-2018

POLITICALLY CORRECT SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS

 

1) When I was growing up in the 1940's, my parents did not want me to belong to 'Little League' preferring that I play 'mock-up' games with the neighborhood children. Competition and all that which it entailed such as parental bullying was their concern.

2) My grandson belongs to a 'tiny tot' community team similar to others these days as very few find the space on the street in their neighborhoods.

Scores are not kept thus avoiding the above 'Little League' condition.

3) That latter experience of no ratings extends to many schools where children do not receive a graded report up to Grade 3. From Grade 4, students are exposed to additional teachers from their homeroom teacher and are graded. The above cartoon above is best related to experiences beyond that age level.

4) A couple of decades ago as a Supply Teacher, I had occasion to physically separate two mid-level girls from a hair-pulling incident and assigned them detentions. An investigation of my actions was called by the 'politically correct' principal after the parent complained to her. The investigation showed that both my story and that of the two girls - whom, unknown to me, happened to be friends - coincided and the investigation team concluded the matter with no further action. The two girls did not serve their detention. According to the Union Representative, she felt the fault lay with the Principal in her handling of this issue. In terms of the cartoon, the students were the winners wherein adults were the losers.

5) The problem of marks metamorphosed in the 1970's where, as a high school teacher, I witnessed the entry of social promotion of secondary students which infuses our school system today. Grades became inflated; sometimes grossly so. The cartoon above depicts accurately what has happened to evaluation both at the high school, College, and University levels. The term applied today to scholarly achievement is 'credentialism'. Administrators are in the front line of that trend.

6) On my Caribbean cruises, I was in the habit of asking (U.S.) teachers as to what their main concern was in the schools? Until 2014, that topic was violence. In 2014, the response from a female LA area teacher was...'the administrators at the School Board; they don't know what they are doing'.

7) My 'illicit' senior teacher unresolved lay-off in 1985 under the imposed B.C. BILL 35 was a product of the type of experience outlined in 4) with this difference; the School Principal committed a fraud and rather than dismissing him; the powers that be decided to hi-jack the government (BILL 35), co-opt the judiciary with a gerrymandered government arbitrator appointment (later ruled patently unreasonable when the court quashed the arbitration for failing to show a causal factor) to sanction a sweetheart deal between the West Vancouver School Trustees and the Teachers Union. Over 50 judges plus assorted legal bodies have contributed to this dumpster fire leaving the entire Canadian Justice System in tatters amid an anti-employee media boycott. From that there is no recovery. The individual no longer exists in Canadian society.

8) Currently I have challenged Doug Ford, the ON Tory Party leader in the June 07 election, to publicize this issue by MAY 15 (or forever hold his peace similar to the  Liberal and NDP leaders) for this issue will haunt him to the end of his political life whether he becomes leader or remains in Opposition. The central point which underlies judicial malfeasance in a number of other provinces relates to Ottawa Superior Court Justice Colin McKinnon (13-59060 Decisions April 22-2014 / September 15-2014 / internet account) responsible for 3 separate judgments on the same event without any of them referencing the other. It is a calamitous charge which no oversight body will acknowledge explaining why no judicial decision in Canada has any veracity.

Of course Ford's focus is on the former leader Tim Hudak ploy, to lay off 100,000 civil servants -read that Liberal civil servants- to be replaced by a handful of Tory civil servants as he privatizes government functions. No matter whom wins, the matter of the Employee's Case compromises all actions for without a viable Justice System, anarchy is the bottom line.