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OPEN LETTER TO U.S. NEWS SOURCES – NOV.01-2012

(FORMERLY OPEN LETTERS TO THE OTTAWA CITIZEN)

BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’  www.employeescasecanada.com  (27 year unresolved legal case)    CANADA’S ‘WATERGATE’                                      

 

QUOTES: ‘The lawyers and the judges, absorbed in the excruciating legal minutiae that see substance subsumed by procedure…’ Crimes of War  Peter Hogg

 

MESSAGE: As per 27 years of ‘minutiae’; we still do not see the Employer addressing the issues. For example, in REPLY-54944 (Actual #12-54944) the Employer fails to answer the central question for the November 01-2012 hearing in Ottawa; namely, ‘Why is the Employer not liable to pay ‘interim compensation’ which belongs to this plaintiff despite legal outcomes?’ In short, this writer should always have been kept on salary until a resolution to this case was found. An exerpt from the REPLY-54944 is contained below (SEE web for full account) and is a devastating indictment without equal of the Canadian Justice System …and not a peep out of the Ontario public teachers who claim to represent all Canadians in terms of saving the collective bargaining process in Canada. They don’t…this case does. Following is an excerpt defining the depth of this judicial cupidity.

 

D) While not excusing the cynical actions of various legal personnel attached to this case, full opprobrium needs be leveled against the actions of the Supreme Court of Canada. Form 25C alleging a conflict of interest was filed against Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin in that regard.

If the SCofC had heard the first appeal on the `universality of unions`, this writer would not be in the position of having to acquire his pension rights in the manner he is due to legal wrangling. In short, pension schemes, we submit, were never intended to be affixed in the fashion as has happened here. No employee will hold Union membership nor contribute to a pension plan when an employer is able to obviate his fiduciary responsibilities with this lay-off message: `If you do not sign a $1 quick claim, you will not obtain your pension`. The second SCofC Appeal related to `ultimate remedy` under the collective bargaining rules. By failing to see that compensation is paid in whatever amount, the SCofC undermined not only the collective bargaining rules, but the whole notion of contract law. The third SCofC Appeal related to`usurped judicial authority` in which a judge, for reasons best known to herself, may bar a litigant from court. That charge was so serious that the SCofC chose to hide behind a specious administrative as opposed to judicial decision. The fourth SCofC – Strike 4 baseball anyone? Appeal currently before the court is based on a surety collection in a B.C. Court where I have no standing due to the failure of the SCofC to hear the Third Appeal. In short, the Employer and Union may rob this writer blind due to the fact that this personage is ‘The Outlawed Canadian’. That action smashes the Canadian Justice System in its entirety. Presumably, if the Ontario Appeal reaches the SCofC, it will be labeled ‘Stage Five Cancer’.

 

EXCERPT FROM ‘REPLY’ #12-54944 NOV. 01-2012 HEARING (OTTAWA SUPERIOR COURT)

SEE web site www.employeescasecanada.com  for complete argument

 

F) The first hearing that this petitioner called in the Supreme Court of B.C. in 1995 is illustrative of the legal casuistry which the court indulged in over the years. For example, Justice Spenser implies that this is a matter of an Employer doing the wrong thing for the right reasons. One

would never know from this account that the ‘victim’ was ‘laid off’ complete with recall rights and that the ‘flawed arbitration’ consisted of an arbitrator converting 16 new positions into 16 lay-offs adding Callow as the necessary 17th when he knew full well that Callow was the only lay-off victim. A ‘pie in the sky’ attitude reflects Spencer’s j. decision making processes as the Union would not sign a final agreement as then this writer would have been in a position to sue the Union with the whole sordid story coming out. And that would never do for the well-being of the Canadian Justice System so like ‘old MacBeth’, they found it easier to go over to the side of the conspirators which, as we now see, has been done at the expense of the validity of the entire Canadian Justice System. Further,’one dead judge does not a curtailment of a hearing make’ as Spencer j. well knew under the rules of ‘frustration’ in which litigants are not to be placed at a disadvantage with such unforeseen events.

 

No. A950147 Vancouver Registry  June 2-1995 Hon. Justice Spencer

 

Motion Record TAB 2 (Respondent) p.8  Note 16

   

     If, as I think, this law does not permit me to grant any of the relief which this petition seeks, the petitioner appears to be left in legal limbo with his case half heard but incapable of completion. As he points out, both Southin J. and the Court of Appeal by sustaining her decision, found the original arbitration flawed. Southin J. suspected, but did not decide, that the Board may have misused s.130.1(2) of the amending Act to rid itself of an unsatisfactory teacher improperly. Without in any way addressing the merits of any complaint against the petitioner’s performance, I observe that even if he was unsatisfactory from the Board’s point of view, he was entitled to be dealt with according to law under the School Act and not to be made the victim of abuse of authority. Whether he was remains to be decided and the sole person who could decide it is dead. It is hoped that there is some way of addressing that purported wrong.

 

p. 9 Note 19 IBid

 

     It follows, in my opinion, that the petitioner is bound by any settlement of his dispute reached by the Association.

 

ADDENDUM: Seventeen years later and still no resolution due to systematic judicial abuse

 

OPEN LETTER TO U.S. NEWS SOURCES – NOV.03-2012

(FORMERLY OPEN LETTERS TO THE OTTAWA CITIZEN)

 

BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’  www.employeescasecanada.com  (27 year unresolved legal case)    CANADA’S ‘WATERGATE’

 

`CBC HATCHET JOB` (Ottawa Sun Media p.13)

Broadcaster drove doc nearly bankrupt as he fought to clear his name

 

`…When the case went to trial the evidence overwhelmingly showed that the CBC left out key, information, distorted the views offered up by Dr. Frans Leenen and had generally worked at making the interviews for the story they had decided on before the project even begun….` (substitute government and courts for CBC and you have the Employee`s Case)

 

`…In order to portray him in the role of `bad guy`and in order to disparage his views,the CBC took an eminent research scientist, whom they knew to be a person of high integrity and reputation and presented him as devious, dishonest, bumbling fool in order to advance a story line….` (parallel to the Justin Southin report in which she quashed the 1985 arbitration favouring the School Board and ruled the arbitrator as `patently unreasonable’)

 

`…That judgment against the CBC, handed down on April 20,2000 also came with the largest penalty ever imposed on any media company -$950,000 plus costs…` (at least the good Doctor has a decision whereby no decision has been brought down in the 27 year unresolved Employee`s Case (E.C.) where no compensation –includes pension rights – has been paid)

 

`…It`s not the tradition of the CBC, Fournier (one-time CBC chairman) said.``The CBC never excuses itself and never apologizes….`` (nor do the judges…over 30 of them covering up for each other`s mistakes in the E.C.)

`…He also revealed that management, and not the board, decides when to fight to the bitter end and when to settle`… ( the Justice System fought to the bitter end without a finding thus reducing Canada`s status to that of a `failed state` for there can be `no process without judgment`. A facile claim that there are still opportunities to find justice flies in the face of the facts. An `invisible hand` (read that as Old Boys Club) would appear to be at work in both stories.)

 

`…``Launching a libel action of this sort against the CBC involves enormous financial risk requiring monetary resources beyond the reach of most Canadians``, Lennan said.` (amen, brother Leenan, but at least you have media exposure and the support of the judges. I don`t.)

 

`…By defending the indefensible all the way to the Supreme Court of Canada, the CBC creates libel chill for most Canadians, and not the media.` (Lennan) (how about 4 inconclusive trips to the SCofC leaving this case in limbo…I have decided against Trip #5 – ‘Stage 5 Cancer’ after the failure of ‘Strike 4-baseball anyone‘ due to the failure of media exposure and Ontario Public Teacher support who are currently working to rule in order to protect their collective bargaining rights not realizing that as a consequence of the Nov. 01 hearing…there aren’t any. More on this in the future.)

 

At any rate, I wish you all the best, Dr. Leenan. For my part, I must abandon the Canadian Judiciary and concomitant  Parliament  where M.P.’S are either in the back pocket of management or the Union leaders leaving 34 million other Canadians without a voice. That’s why Canada is a failed state. As for me, I must look elsewhere. OCCUPY NOW Movement…how about making this case your poster child in Canada?

 

Canadian school students need no longer study Nazi Germany to see how a nation loses it democracy. They may now study democratic Canada to see how that happens.

 

OPEN LETTER TO U.S. NEWS SOURCES – NOV.18-2012

(FORMERLY OPEN LETTERS TO THE OTTAWA CITIZEN)  ‘CANADA’S WATERGATE’

BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’  www.employeescasecanada.com  (27 year unresolved legal case)    QUOTE: ‘If people faced the truth about how governments work, there would be revolutions all over the earth. So they blame the misdeeds of the government on individuals….Feast Day Of Fools  James Lee Burke

Justice Estey (St. Anne  Nackawic) ‘What must be avoided at all cost is a fundamental deprivation of justice under the law’ …and that is indeed what has happened here.

 

OPEN LETTER TO U.S. PRESIDENT B. OBAMA

MESSAGE:             

1) Congratulations on your recent election victory which was in part a victory over voter suppression which in turn is similar to Black sprinter Jesse Owens winning in the 1936 Berlin Olympics in Aryan Germany. More later.

2) We have suppression here in Canada in terms of voter suppression by the Tory government as it apes Republican processes south of the border. We also have court suppression which, in terms of the unresolved 27 year Employee’s Case, has reduced Canada not only to Third World status, but more recently in terms of this last hearing in Ontario on November 01-12, a failed state. SEE web for AFTERMATH54944 & COSTS54944

3) Plagueing this case since 2010 is the egregious MacKenzie Creed which cannot stand because it must not stand. What Associate Deputy Chief of the British Columbia Supreme Court Anne MacKenzie did in an un-numbered Order so that  no record would appear on the anointed ‘judicial register’  was, on her own authority, without taking argument, and without quoting relevant laws, dropped S106159 laid by this plaintiff seeking compensation (includes pension rights) for his lay-off. In effect, both documents would disappear down a black hole leaving as the only trace on the judicial record that S106159 was disposed of for want of prosecution due, one presumes, to a failure to be placed at the foot of this plaintiff. Even worse, this writer was barred from all access to court, even in terms of appealing this unconscionable decision under CA038538.

4) Trips #3 and #4 to our erstwhile Supreme Court of Canada were further foiled when that illustrious body hid a judicial decision behind an administrative decision, a low form of judicial chicanery.

5) To cut a long story short – although it is detailed on the web site – no employee should hold Union membership nor contribute to a pension program as employers may now duck their fiduciary responsibilities with this line: ‘If you do not sign a $1 settlement for all grievances associated with your lay-off, you will not be able to collect your pension.’  That forces a marked shift in Canadian society and one on which the media would remain mute. That’s outrageous .

6) The second ramification relates to a litigant obtaining a judicial injunction such as the above against an opponent and then proceed to court where that opponent has no standing.  That’s inconceivable but it happened in the Employee’s Case when the Employer and Union robbed the surety posted by this Plaintiff for CA038538 which was never heard. My remonstations about my no court recognition fell on deaf ears. SCofC #3 and #4 Strike 4 – baseball anyone? That is how Canada became a Third World Country.

7) On November 01-2012, I sought  interim compensation (the focus of S106159) in an Ontario court room where I reside and am collecting a partial pension from the Ontario Teachers Fund which is an amalgam of pension contributions from both B.C. And Ontario. I have no other court available to me. This compensation exists apart from judicial findings as I should never have been removed from salary before a conclusion was reached. Presumably, if a conclusion were reached, this 25 years back salary would be added on top.

8) The hearing was a debacle rating right up there with the original arbitration quashed in 1986 in which the arbitrator was labeled `patently unreasonable`. The judge ducked out on jurisdictional grounds leaving this case in limbo. In short, `no legal answer is now a legal answer`in Canada. As such, Canada is now a failed state.

 

9) All of the above is behind my appeal to you to find a pulitzer prize seeking journalist to tell this story for if a scurrilous source publicizes this story in absence of such as your action, the West will be considered hypocritical. Further, U.S. investors have a right to know about the perilous state of our capricious Canadian courts. Also, keep the doors open under the American constitution for those provinces which would seek statehood under these intolerable conditions in Canada. 

 

OPEN LETTER TO U.S. NEWS SOURCES – NOV.25-2012

(FORMERLY OPEN LETTERS TO THE OTTAWA CITIZEN)

BY: Roger Callow ‘The Outlawed Canadian’  4 pages www.employeescasecanada.com  (27 year unresolved legal case)    CANADA’S ‘WATERGATE’ in search of a Pulitzer Prize seeking journalist      

 

QUOTES:

A) ‘…like the communists, they believe that any action taken in the name of their cause is moral….’ White Smoke  Andrew Greely

B) ‘ I have sworn on the altar of God, eternal hostility to all forms of tyranny over the mind of man.’ Thomas Jefferson

C) ‘An intelligent man creates choices. A stupid man lets others deal the hand for him.’ Feast Day of Fools  James Lee Burke

D) In a state where corruption abounds, laws must be very numerous.’ Roman Senator Tacitus

E) ‘…Canadians will have no time for name-calling after we have allowed this country to fracture itself beyond repair and new generations will be denied a future in a strong and united Canada….’  letter to Editor

F) I’m talking about people – the sherriff, that prosecutor, the judge, you (the reporter)…People don’t have to be unfair, do they? That isn’t just part of things, when people are unfair to somebody.’ Snow Falling On Cedars David Guterson                        

G) ‘…it would be nice if someone, somewhere, voiced a peep of concern about the glacial pace of Canadian justice….’  Postmedia legal columnist Christie Blanchford  R. I have for 27 years as known to you  RWC

H) If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it…It is vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State.’ Nazi Propaganda Min. Joseph Goebbels

I) Whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or abolish it, and institute new Government.’  Declaration of Independence

 

How Canada moved from Third World Status to a `Failed State`due to the 27 year machinations of a `rinky dink` teacher lay-off matter

1) In 1985, this writer was the target of a government conspiracy comprising the B.C. Government (BILL 35), a co-opted judiciary (government-appointed arbitrator later labeled ‘patently unreasonable`) to sanction a ‘sweetheart deal’ between employer and union in the illicit lay-off of senior West Vancouver teacher, Roger Callow in June of 1985.

 

2) The B.C. Teachers continually refuse to stand up to their rogue union by insisting that the School District of West Vancouver be placed ‘in dispute’ until this matter – now negatively affecting all Canadian employees with a collective bargaining relationship – is resolved. Consequently, they have earned the right to wear a  ‘yellow stripe’ down their collective backsides.

 

3) Employers are not blind to this union cupidity and are using it against the Unions in such as the current ‘work to rule’ by Ontario public school teachers. (The government sucker-punched the teachers of the Catholic and French School Boards by having their Union leaders sign a separate agreement in the summer without seeking confirmation from the membership. Now the Catholic School Board is advancing their cause by asking for the removal of seniority in appointments which effectively ends any point in holding Union memberships as senior teachers receive twice the salary of a junior teacher.) The custodians – now a part of the Ontario Teachers Union – are able to apply pressure by forcing Principals to close schools for ‘safety reasons’. Behind the scene Government-Union activity appears to be rectifying the problem for the teachers but what about the turn of the custodians? Traditionally, schools have continued when other school-related unions strike. Will the teachers reciprocate?

 

4) The Ontario public teachers make much of their action being a matter affecting all collective bargaining employees. Not so. On November 01, in an Ottawa court (Superior Court #12-54944) was held the most significant legal case in Canada’s civil law. It is the focus of this newsletter to point out how Canada has moved from Third World status to being a Failed State as a consequence.

 

5) I don’t ask anyone to fight my battles but there is only so much a one-man army can do. I unsuccesfully called on Ontario teachers to lend support to this cause, if only to break the anti-employee media boycott on a matter of importance to all Canadians. No doubt, union leader activity has triumphed once again although all Union employees are the poorer for this lack of action as now no employee should hold Union membership nor contribute to an associated company pension. That suits the ‘Old Boys Club’ just fine and if there were a prize for what I have unwittingly achieved, they would assign it to me in spades.

 

6) Bottom Line:

No compensation (including pension rights) has been paid in defiance of the laws of habeas corpus, ultimate remedy, plus the fact that ‘there can be no process without judgment’. That state of affairs reduced Canada to Third World status. Hearing #12-54944  of November 01-2012 has reduced Canada to being a failed state.

 

Vancouver Justice Spencer (1995) `Third World Status` vs Ottawa Justice Maranger (Nov.01-2012) `Failed State`

7) The first court hearing after it was clear that the Employer was not going to obey Southin’s Order to return to arbitration after they refused her recommendation to return employment to this writer shows how the Justice System had committed themselves to only one answer; an outside settlement which never occurred because the plaintiff had been illicitly cut from salary before the arbitration commenced hence the Employer was able to leave this case in limbo at no expense to themselves. No doubt this ‘squeeze play’ approach duplicated by Spencer was deliberate on the part of the courts. Justice Spencer had one of two choices and no other; he could – as I requested – change Southin`s Order from `should` return employment to this teacher to `must` return employment as it was clear that the Employer and Union refused to return to arbitration nor were they likely to in this `sweetheart deal`. He does nothing which is the template for all succeeding hearings including that of Ottawa`s Maranger which is a basic denial of the application of the law.

 

No. A950147 Vancouver Registry  June 2-1995 Hon. Justice Spencer  Motion Record TAB 2 (Respondent) p.8  Note 16   

     If, as I think, this law does not permit me to grant any of the relief which this petition seeks, the petitioner appears to be left in legal limbo with his case half heard but incapable of completion. As he points out, both Southin J. and the Court of Appeal by sustaining her decision, found the original arbitration flawed. Southin J. suspected, but did not decide, that the Board may have misused s.130.1(2) of the amending Act to rid itself of an unsatisfactory teacher improperly. Without in any way addressing the merits of any complaint against the petitioner’s performance, I observe that even if he was unsatisfactory from the Board’s point of view, he was entitled to be dealt with according to law under the School Act and not to be made the victim of abuse of authority. Whether he was remains to be decided and the sole person who could decide it is dead. It is hoped that there is some way of addressing that purported wrong.

 

p. 9 Note 19 IBid

     It follows, in my opinion, that the petitioner is bound by any settlement of his dispute reached by the Association.

ADDENDUM: Seventeen years later and still no resolution due to systematic judicial abuse

 

8) The `MacKenzie Creed’ or `Creed`  introduced at the whim of Deputy Chief Justice in Vancouver, Anne MacKenzie, in 2010 added a new dimension to this conspiracy which explains the last three visits to the SC of C and how Canada became a failed state. In that creed, the plaintiff is barred from courts of law (at least in British Columbia) for reasons best known to the good Justice in any matter pertaining to his 27 year unresolved labour case in which, as noted above, no compensation has been paid. This creed which hamstrings pension rights explains why an Ottawa court was used as a court of last resort; This Creed reads in part:

3) Any document or process filed by Roger Callow in contravention of this Order or any process inadvertently filed or received by the Registry is a nullity.

4) The defendants in this matter will not be obliged to respond to any process that is filed by Roger Callow in contravention of this Order or any document or process inadvertently filed or received by the Registry.

 

9) FROM DECISION OF JUSTICE MARANGER NOV.01-12 Ottawa (web)COSTS.54944  10)’What I take from the authorities is that any action for which there is clearly no merit (my underlining) may qualify for classification as frivolous, vexatious or an abuse of process.The common example appears to be the situation where a plaintiff seeks to re-litigate a cause which has already been decided by a court of competent jurisdiction.`

He attempts to write off all claims with this quote: “The common example appears to be the situation where a plaintiff seeks to re-litigate a cause which has already been decided by a court of competent jurisdiction.

 

 What decision?’, I had asked in court…there isn’t any nor apparently any ears to hear my complaint in that regard`. 

The collective judicial action utilized above appears to be one in which the plaintiff’s complaints are diminished in scope as a means of dismissing them with the usual legal casuistry.

 

     The analogy I cite here is of the wife who phones the police to report her missing husband. ‘How long has he been gone?’ she is asked. `Two hours, but he was supposed to be back in one hour` All the terminology used above to discount this case could apply to her request…’clearly no merit, vexatious or an abuse of process, no chance of success’ to enjoin police activity. 27 years later, she reports that he still has not returned, only to be told that she is seeking to re-litigate a cause which has already been decided. Go figure….

 

10) This point of judges siding with one litigant against another was recently raised in the following article: (Ottawa Citizen November 13-2012 p.1) ‘Courts planning to assist lawyerless litigants.’ ‘Aim of web  proposal is to help make sense of legal processes’ ‘…However, the report stops short of recommending that judges get new powers to declare someone a “vexatious litigant”, thereby preventing them from launching new legal action without leave. Such powers are “fraught with peril”, it says, and could thrust the courts into an adversarial posture against some litigants, potentially subverting the appearance of impartiality and fairness’. (my underlining)

 

11) In short, the justice system has set itself up for blackmail by the Employer and Union and the Canadian Justice System and all Canadians are paying the price for this disaster.

 

 

12)                                     The Supreme Court of Canada (SC of C)

     The failure of the lower courts to make a decision is reflected in our erstwhile SC of C. For example, 85% of civil appeals are never heard without any reason given which is why it is known as the ‘burial ground for cases.’ There is, however, one distinct difference between the Employee’s Case (E.C.) and any other case presented to the SC of C; namely, that with any other rejected case, a litigant is left with a lower court decision while with the E.C. there is no other lower court decision as the original arbitration was quashed. In short, what the Employer could not get through the front door, they have acquired through the back door with a corrupted Canadian judiciary of over 30 judges including  5 trips to the SC of C (Resubmitting SCofC Strike 4 – baseball anyone? with the Appeal of the Maranger Decision (not yet heard) – ‘SC of C stage 5 cancer’ as it has to deal with the same issue of the MacKenzie Creed which the SC of C is seeking to duck out with an administrative rather than judicial decision (vetting by 3 SC of C judges to decide the merits of the case). As matters now stand, ‘no legal answer is now a legal answer in Canada’. The tacit approval given by the Maranger Decision in this case permits judges to usurp the law and act as they please. I call it law by osmosis. Others will merely say that Canada and Canadians are well and truly fucked. We have recognized in the E.C. the collapse, not only of our courts, but of our government, unions, pension schemes, and media…have I left anyone out? Anyone know? Anyone left in Canada to care? Henceforth, we will be known as ‘Canada, a fools’ paradise’.

     The first two Appeals to the SC of C which reduced Canada to Third World status related to the questions of ‘universality of Unions’ and ‘ultimate remedy’; two questions of national importance which the SC of C refused to hear. As matters now stand, a Union has control over whether or not a client may collect his pension; something which was never before affixed in this fashion. No employee will hold union membership nor contribute to any company pension under these circumstances. Without ‘ultimate remedy’; the collective bargaining rules are neutered. The whole notion of a written contract has been sacrificed here let alone the legal concept of ‘habeas corpus’. Hitler would have made this observation; ‘What, all this and no jackboots in the street?...Astounding!’  Lady Macbeth would not be left behind either: ‘What needst we fear it, when none can call us to account?’ The late novelist, Morris West (Cassidy) recognizes the anomaly this way: ‘The law's a farce, sonnyboy. You can plant evidence and suborn witnesses and make sweetheart deals with the prosecution. The only laws we're really interested in making stick are the laws of contract - because if commerce doesn't work we're eating tree bark instead of bread.'  That’s why the U.S. President has an obligation to warn American investors of the risks of dealing with ‘democratic’ Canada where we have ‘lost it all’. We have shot ourselves in our infrastructural foot. That’s why no ethical student will take up the practice of Canadian law and voters will heed this PLACARD: DON’T VOTE / IT ONLY ENCOURAGES THEM. The anti-employee media is its own worst enemy and is now being supplanted with the Internet and such movements as the OCCUPY NOW brigade. As for the Union leaders, their motto of ‘If we don’t hang together, we will hang separately’ has been displaced by an organization which is prepared to eat its young in order to survive. In this kafkaesque world, the bottom line is the following:

Conclusion: For those who wish the 25 word or less version, no Canadian employee should hold Union membership nor contribute to a work pension. That shifts the whole nature of Canadian society in a significant way due to the precedent set by the Employee’s Case as now all employers will quote Maranger’s decision (Ottawa court #12-54944  Nov.01-12) to justify this action: Employer:If you do not sign a $1 settlement for all costs regarding your lay-off/dismissal, you will not be able to collect your pension.’

 

     If Canadians want to do something useful, they can erect a statue on the Parliamentary grounds commemorating the ‘Outlawed Canadian’ complete with a blank placard for petitioners to pin failed efforts. I suggest it should be next to the ‘Person’s Case’ where women were declared ‘non-persons’ in 1929. The statue would be a combination of the ‘Wailing Wall’ in Jerusalem and the ‘Vietnam Memorial Wall’ in Washington and attest to our fallen state as a democratic nation. They can also recognize ‘Anti-Judge Day every July 1’ which has supplanted Canada Day. Turf out slogans for the purpose such as ‘STAY OUT OF A CANADIAN COURTROOM UNLESS YOU FIRST BUY THE JUDGE’ or  ‘WHY OBEY THE LAW? JUDGES DON’T’ or ‘SILLY ASS JUDGES KILL HABEAS CORPUS’.

 

     Perhaps we should leave the last word to that great jurist, Justice Estey (St. Anne/Nackawic) who stated:

`What must be avoided at all costs, is a major deprivation of justice under the law.`  “Well, sir, it looks like your friends in the Canadian judiciary have shot that message into the foot of Canada`s infrastructural crapper.”

 

NOVEMBER 27-2012 Who is a candidate for ANTI-JUDGE DAY (JULY 1)? Why none other then Toronto’s bombastic mayor, Rob Ford, who was court ordered from his job for using city stationery for prescribing a $3,000 charitable donation to his foot-ball club. On the corruption radar, this case would not even deserve a ‘blip’ when one considers what has been happening in Ontario politico-land in the last decade. If a by-election is forced, he promises to run…and will probably win. An idiosyncrasy of the law is that arcane laws are not dropped from the legal code. For example, laws exist on the books stating that male swimmers must be dressed from neck to knee…that’s where the infamous ‘community standards’ comes in.And who was the judge?...why none other than Chief Justice Charles Hackland under whose aegis, Justice Maranger was appointed to this case on November 01-2012 which is now under appeal. Ontario teachers better learn to sup with a very long spoon indeed if they push their collective bargaining case against the McGuinty government which they claim they will. ‘Left wing pinko judges’ indeed! PLACARD: ALL HAIL  ‘GO TO’ JUDGE HACKLAND  at least Ford got a decision; in 27 years, I have no legal decision which explains why Canada is a failed state.