D) '...It wasn't the idea that the king and others in authority should be subject to the law was new. That argument had been made before and even occasionally honoured. What the new Charter did was to wrest formally from the king the power to determine what the law was, to write it down and to require that he obey it. Saying that those in power are subject to the law isn't very helpful if they succeed in making the law up as they go along. Brian Lee Crowley (Canadian think-tank)

E)'In this light, the most revolutionary chapter - the one that later generations would turn to in promoting notions of universal human rights - is Article 39. "No free man shall be taken or imprisoned, or dispossessed or outlawed (RC) or exiled or in any way ruined (RC), nor will we go or send against him except by the lawful judgment of his peers or by the law of the land." (RC)

N.B. Above quotations taken from a series of articles on Magna Carta (Ottawa Citizen) June 13-2015

F) '...No one is above the law, no matter where they are on earth. But many are above enforcement.'  O.C. editorial June 16-2915 C4

G) '...But what is striking about journalism in Canada today is how often we do not ask the hard questions. This is either a cause-or a consequence-of a hardened culture of secrecy. O.C. Andrew Cohen columnist June 17-2015  C6

 

 

MESSAGE:

1) Magna Carta (M.G.) in 1215 occurred in a society substantially different from the modern day. In effect, 25 nobles sought to be the 'oversight body' to a tyrannical king doing so through 'a piece of paper' heralding the modern day 'rule of law'.

2) The significance of M.G. in the Employee's Case is that this document did NOT extend beyond the Aristocracy while in modern day law it does in the phrase 'no man (or woman) is above the law.

3) The central question is raised by Lady MacBeth; 'What needst we fear it when none can call us to account?'. In short, who will police the oversight bodies for failing to do their job?

4) In law, that requires a 'standing case' such as is the Employee's Case for it is an unresolved 30 year labour case where no compensation has been paid as the courts refuse habeas corpus on the part of the Employer to produce the secret missing memo notes of B.C. Supreme Court Justice, Mary Southin (r. 2004) of events in June 1985 with the School District and the Union regarding the illicit lay-off of senior teacher, Roger Callow, under the auspices of the newly imposed BILL 35. It was used only against the above personage and withdrawn before this case was resolved (even though there was a court Order for the Employer to return to litigation when the Arbitration was quashed leaving this targeted teacher - as events turned out - in a 30 year state of limbo due to judicial chicanery). 'Due process' became 'duly processed' as Canada sank to Third World status.

5) The collapse of the judicial oversight bodies is complete in Canada including Parliament (Harper/Mulcair /Trudeau/May). The matter is frozen with such as the Canadian Judicial Council which refuses to even acknowledge my many formal complaints. I also include the anti-employee media in this charge as they boycott this national issue leaving their credibility to be outdone by the internet. The international press will first have to broach this story.

6) The above cartoon is symbolic of a nation where its leaders govern as a society of privilege in which they ignore the population of 'stupid people' except, in some desultory way, when they want votes. Hence my PLACARD: BE ETHICAL / DON'T VOTE

7) In conclusion, similar to China, we have courts but no justice leaving the 21st century for Canada in its downward democratic spiral from which there is no recovery.

 

ADDENDUM: No. 550-17-008208-157  H.Date June 8-2015  Justice Therrien

In this Decision; Therrien j. has three choices. He intimated that he would have preferred that only the Employer would be heard on a 'motion to dismiss' but relented due to my vociferous reaction to hearing my side as it related to a frivolous and vexatious ruling to dispose of the entire matter by the Employer.

A) He could order the 'secret memo notes' of Justice Southin in 1986 which outline the charge of fraud as laid by me in  Federal Court (T-2360-14) which is still extant against the Employer and the Court processes. When I requested those notes, I was ignored by the Employer's Counsel so I made a specific request of Therrien j. to put the question to the Respondent Employer. He refused.

B) He could accede to the Employer's wish to sanction a frivolous and vexatious claim made in Ontario courts under highly spurious conditions in which two judges and the Employer's Ontario representative were referred to the oversight bodies. (The Ontario firm dropped representation of the Employer as one consequence). My argument here is, that without the secret memo notes, how can he make a proper decision on this angle? Besides, he would irrevocably tie the disreputable Ontario Court system to the tail of the Quebec Courts...I would see to that.

C) Dispose of the case with this one-liner: 'As Mr. Callow is not resident in Quebec, the courts have no obligation to entertain his submission'. Nor was I a resident of B.C for the last 27 years and yet not one court argued that point before I was expelled from B.C. courts (Cullen j. Creed July-2013) for 'reasons best known to the judge'. That's why I have sought justice in courts outside of B.C.

D) While not an option, he could pull the stunt of Scott j. (14-59060 ON Superior Court) by not writing any Decision thus impairing any appeal that I might make. He should expect repercussions from me on that level.

E) Ideally, all the oversight bodies (including Parliament-Harper/Mulcair /Trudeau /May- and the anti-employee media would like to postpone action on the Employee's Case until after the October election. Not possible as the Employee's Case IS THE ELECTION ISSUE surpassing all other issues. The oversight bodies have been provided sufficient rope by me with which they have managed to strangle themselves irreparably.

F) And what, I asked Justice Therrien, if I acquired the 'missing memo notes' from other sources and they fulfil my accusations of fraud, what would that say about the Quebec Justice System? Many Quebecers mistrust the English Canadian courts. How will they feel if it is seen that French Canada also suffers 'the English disease'?

G) In summary, the Employee's Case has seen the demise of the individual in Canadian society. That is an indictment without equal.

 

The Outlawed Canadian in an outlaw Justice System       

 

cc  Premier Couillard

      Governor  General of Canada