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CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OF EVERY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF
CANADA SINCE APRIL FOOL'S DAY 1962
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THE HISTORY OF FAKE NATIONAL DEBT ...
INTRODUCTION:
This document and the supporting information will outline the illegal activities of every
Canadian Federal G...
ON APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF NOVA SCOTIA
Constitutional Law – Jurisdiction, Delegation
– Whether Federal Parliament...
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THE HISTORY OF THE CANADIAN CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION
AKA THE CANADIAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
AND THEIR CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN CANADA SINCE APRIL FOOL'S DAY 1962
&
THE HISTORY OF FAKE NATIONAL DEBT SERVITUDE SINCE 1913

“I KNOW THE TRUTH, STOCKWELL DAY KNOWS THE TRUTH,
BUT IF WE TOLD CANADIANS THE TRUTH WE WOULD NEVER GET ELECTED...”
MP Cheryl Gallant 1999
Conservative Party of Canada

INTRODUCTION:

This document and the supporting information will outline the illegal activities of every Canadian Federal Government and every province (except Quebec) for the past 60 years, since April Fool's Day 1962 with respect to Illegal Direct Taxation in Canada.

Illegal is synonymous with criminal.

This document will also outline the contempt that the Federal Government has for the Constitution of Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada, the Criminal Code of Canada and the Constitutional rights of the Canadian people.

A partial list of the Federal Government's criminal activities include: Economic Crime, Fraud, Theft, Robbery, Extortion, Slavery, Breach of Trust, Terrorism and Contempt of the Supreme Court of Canada.

The origin of the government's criminal activity were financially motivated because of signing of the Bank Act of Canada in 1913 where the Federal Government gave up its Constitutional authority to the nation's interest free money creation to the monopolies of private banks.

THE HISTORY OF THE CANADIAN CRIMINAL ORGANIZATION
AKA THE CANADIAN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
AND THEIR CRIMINAL ACTIVITY IN CANADA SINCE APRIL FOOL'S DAY 1962
&
THE HISTORY OF FAKE NATIONAL DEBT SERVITUDE SINCE 1913

“I KNOW THE TRUTH, STOCKWELL DAY KNOWS THE TRUTH,
BUT IF WE TOLD CANADIANS THE TRUTH WE WOULD NEVER GET ELECTED...”
MP Cheryl Gallant 1999
Conservative Party of Canada

INTRODUCTION:

This document and the supporting information will outline the illegal activities of every Canadian Federal Government and every province (except Quebec) for the past 60 years, since April Fool's Day 1962 with respect to Illegal Direct Taxation in Canada.

Illegal is synonymous with criminal.

This document will also outline the contempt that the Federal Government has for the Constitution of Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada, the Criminal Code of Canada and the Constitutional rights of the Canadian people.

A partial list of the Federal Government's criminal activities include: Economic Crime, Fraud, Theft, Robbery, Extortion, Slavery, Breach of Trust, Terrorism and Contempt of the Supreme Court of Canada.

The origin of the government's criminal activity were financially motivated because of signing of the Bank Act of Canada in 1913 where the Federal Government gave up its Constitutional authority to the nation's interest free money creation to the monopolies of private banks.

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  1. 1. CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES OF EVERY FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF CANADA SINCE APRIL FOOL'S DAY 1962 & THE HISTORY OF FAKE NATIONAL DEBT SERVITUDE SINCE 1913 “I KNOW THE TRUTH, STOCKWELL DAY KNOWS THE TRUTH, BUT IF WE TOLD CANADIANS THE TRUTH WE WOULD NEVER GET ELECTED...” MP Cheryl Gallant 1999 Conservative Party of Canada “Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the Rule of Law.” The Constitution of Canada is the supreme law of Canada, and any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, of no force or effect. THE CONSTITUTION ACTS, 1867 to 1982 – laws.justice.gc.ca
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION: This document and the supporting information will outline the illegal activities of every Canadian Federal Government and every province (except Quebec) for the past 60 years, since April Fool's Day 1962 with respect to Illegal Direct Taxation in Canada. Illegal is synonymous with criminal. This document will also outline the contempt that the Federal Government has for the Constitution of Canada, the Supreme Court of Canada, the Criminal Code of Canada and the Constitutional rights of the Canadian people. A partial list of the Federal Government's criminal activities include: Economic Crime, Fraud, Theft, Robbery, Extortion, Slavery, Breach of Trust, Terrorism and Contempt of the Supreme Court of Canada. The origin of the government's criminal activity were financially motivated because of signing of the Bank Act of Canada in 1913 where the Federal Government gave up its Constitutional authority to the nation's interest free money creation to the monopolies of private banks. In 1950 the Supreme Court of Canada ordered the Federal Government to cease Personal Income Tax collection from Canadians by March 31st , 1962 – every dollar raised by Personal Income Tax has been illegal and represents proceeds from Criminal Activity. ILLEGAL PERSONAL INCOME TAX COLLECTION Illegal income tax collection (Direct Taxation) in Canada constitutes the majority of the illegal annual revenues of the Government of Canada, and of the governments of the Provinces of Canada. In the fiscal year ending 31 March 2018, the Federal Government of Canada stole just over three times (300%) more revenue in the form of illegal personal income tax (Direct Taxes) than it did from legal corporate income taxes (Indirect Taxation). 100% of the revenue collected (defrauded and stolen) from Canadians as personal income taxes by the Federal Government since April Fool's Day 1962 represent Economic Crime, Fraud and illegal proceeds of criminal activity. The fiscal year in Canada starts on April Fool's Day. Nonlegal, nonenforceable and nonexistent tax collection agreements in Canada enable different governments to defraud Canadians and illegally levy taxes through a single Criminal Organization administration and collection agency known as the Federal Government of Canada. As a result of a 1950 Supreme Court of Canada ruling between Nova Scotia and the Government of Canada, the illegal tax collection agreements between the Federal Government and the Provincial Legislatures were EXPOSED as being Illegal and they were forced EXPIRE on March 31st , 1962. The 1950 Supreme Court of Canada case was initiated by the Federal Government of Canada against Nova Scotia because Nova Scotia had illegally entered into the area of Corporate Income Tax collection which is an Exclusive Constitutional Jurisdiction of the Federal Government under Section 91 of the Constitution of Canada.
  3. 3. ON APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF NOVA SCOTIA Constitutional Law – Jurisdiction, Delegation – Whether Federal Parliament or Provincial Legislature can transfer powers vested exclusively in one to the other – The British North America Act 1867 Held: (Affirming the judgment of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia en banc) that the contemplated legislation of the Legislature of the Province of Nova Scotia, Bill no. 136 entitled “An Act Respecting the Delegation of Jurisdiction from the Parliament of Canada to the Legislature of Nova Scotia and vice versa” if enacted, would not be constitutionally valid since it contemplated delegation by Parliament of powers, exclusively vested in it by s. 91 of the British North America Act to the Legislature of Nova Scotia; and delegation by that Legislature of powers, exclusively vested in Provincial Legislatures under s. 92 of the Act, to Parliament. In 1950 the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the Exclusive Legislative Jurisdictions as outlined by Sections 91 and 92 of the Constitution of Canada were “water tight compartments” and infiltration by either party or delegation one to the other was unconstitutional, illegal and of no force or effect. “NO power of delegation is expressed either in Section 91 or in section 92, nor, indeed, is there to be found the power of accepting delegation from one body to the other; and I have no doubt that if it had been the intention to give such powers it would have been expressed in clear and unequivocal language..." “Under the scheme of The British North America Act there were to be, in the words of Lord Atkin,"water tight compartments which are an essential part of the original structure..." “Neither legislative bodies, federal or provincial possess any portion of the powers respectfully vested in the other and they cannot receive it by delegation.” “In that connection the word "exclusively" used in both section 92 and in section 92 indicates a settled line of demarcation and it does not belong to either Parliament, or the Legislatures, to confer powers upon the other." - Chief Justice C.J. Rinfret Supreme Court of Canada 1950 Supreme Court of Canada Ruling THE CONSTITUTION ACTS, 1867 to 1982 – laws.justice.gc.ca
  4. 4. As a result of the 1950 Supreme Court of Canada ruling the Supreme Court ordered the Federal Government to return ALL illegal and unconstitutional Direct Tax Collection back to the provinces as of April Fool's Day 1962 (the beginning of the 1962 Federal Government's Fiscal Year) as is required by the Constitution of Canada “Accordingly, the Federal Government proposes to discontinue the tax rental system when it EXPIRES on March 31st, 1962.” (note: this requirement resulted from the Supreme Court of Canada ruling of 1950, the Lord Nelson Hotel Company Limited case) “They will exercise their constitutional right to impose, vary and adjust their levies from time to time as may be necessary in the light of their responsibilities to their Provincial taxpayers and without recourse to the Federal Government." "Thus, there will be a return to the active responsibilities which the Constitution confers upon both levels of government under the Federal System. It will, however, withdraw progressively and substantially from the personal income tax field in favour of the provinces.” House of Commons address by the Right Honorable John G. Diefenbaker Hansard, February 28, 1961 As further explained by Chief Justice C.J. Rinfret in 1950 "Each Province can legislate exclusively on the subject matters referred to it by section 92." "The country is entitled to insist that legislation adopted under section 91 should be passed exclusively by the Parliament of Canada in the same way as the people of each Province are entitled to insist that legislation concerning matters enumerated in section 92 should come exclusively from their respective provincial legislatures." "The Parliament of Canada and the Legislatures of the several Provinces are sovereign within their sphere defined by The British North America Act, but none of them has the unlimited capacity of an individual..." "They can exercise ONLY the legislative powers respectfully given to them by sections 91 and 92 of the Act, and these powers must be found in either of these sections..." “In each case the Members elected to Parliament or to the Legislatures are the only ones entrusted with the power and the duty to legislate concerning the subjects exclusively distributed by the constitutional Act to each of them..." “Neither legislative bodies, federal or provincial possess any portion of the powers respectfully vested in the other and they cannot receive it by delegation.” “In that connection the word "exclusively" used in both section 92 and in section 92 indicates a settled line of demarcation and it does not belong to either Parliament, or the Legislatures, to confer powers upon the other." The Chief Justice C.J. Rinfret Supreme Court of Canada 1950 Supreme Court of Canada Ruling https://www.slideshare.net/PDiCEOThaneHeins3240/1950-supreme-court-of-canada-ruling
  5. 5. LEGAL CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY FOR THE RAISING OF MONEY BY ANY MODE OR SYSTEM ONLY WITHIN THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION FIELD OF INDIRECT TAXATION IN CANADA The constitutional authority for the collection of Federal Corporate Income Tax is found in section 91 paragraph 3 of the Constitution Act, 1867, which assigns to the Federal Parliament power over; “The raising of Money by any Mode or System” only within the Exclusive Jurisdiction of INDIRECT TAXATION while EXCLUDING it from the Exclusive Jurisdiction of DIRECT TAXATION which belongs exclusively to the Provincial Legislatures. In other words the Federal Government of Canada can only “raise money by any Mode or System” within the Field of Indirect Taxation and is Constitutionally excluded from the Field of Direct Taxation. EXCLUSIVE is an adjective form of the verb exclude, which means to shut out or keep out—the opposite of include. It can be applied in many different contexts, but almost all of them have to do with there being a limit on something, especially on how many people have access to something. The Provinces Constitutional exclusivity in the Field of Direct Taxation was upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada in 1950 and reiterated by Prime Minister John G. Diefenbaker on February 28th, 1961. “Neither legislative bodies, federal or provincial possess any portion of the powers respectfully vested in the other and they cannot receive it by delegation.” “In that connection the word "exclusively" used in both section 92 and in section 92 indicates a settled line of demarcation and it does not belong to either Parliament, or the Legislatures, to confer powers upon the other." The Chief Justice C.J. Rinfret Supreme Court of Canada 1950 Supreme Court of Canada Ruling Section 91 of the Canadian Constitution authorizes the Federal Government to "make laws for the peace, order, and good government of Canada, in relation to all matters not coming within the classes of subjects by this Act assigned exclusively to the Legislatures of the provinces". https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/const/page-3.html#:~:text=92%20In%20each%20Province %20the,1.&text=(48)-,2.,a%20Revenue%20for%20Provincial%20Purposes Distribution of Legislative Powers Powers of the Parliament Legislative Authority of Parliament of Canada: While Constitutional Division of Legislative Powers excludes the Federal Government from the collection of Personal Income Tax and all forms of taxation in the Field of DIRECT TAXATION in Canada it also excludes the Provincial Governments from the collection of Corporate Income Tax and all modes or systems of taxation in the Field of INDIRECT TAXATION which is the Exclusive Jurisdiction of the Federal Government under the Constitution of Canada.
  6. 6. LEGAL CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY FOR THE RAISING OF MONEY BY ANY MODE OR SYSTEM ONLY WITHIN THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION FIELD OF DIRECT TAXATION IN CANADA Section 92A paragraph (4) also provides the Provincial Legislatures with “the authority for the raising of money by any mode or system of taxation” but it is restricted to the Field of Direct Taxation within the province and does not include Indirect tax collection. •Taxation of resources (4) In each province, the [PROVINCIAL] legislature may make laws in relation to the raising of money by any mode or system of [DIRECT] taxation. CONSTITUTION OF CANADA FIELD OF INDIRECT TAX Corporate Income Tax, Excise Tax, and Customs Duties are examples of Indirect Taxes. An Indirect Tax is collected by one entity in the supply chain, such as a manufacturer or retailer, and paid to the government; however, the tax is passed onto the consumer by the manufacturer or retailer as part of the purchase price of a good or service. Legal Corporate Income Tax collection has diminished significantly over the years by uninformed and complicit federal and provincial politicians in favour of 60 years of Illegal and Fraudulent Personal Income Tax collection and other forms of Illegal Direct Tax collection by the Canadian Federal Government. Much of the economic suffering currently being experienced by Canadians can be immediately alleviated by upholding and enforcing the 1950 Supreme Court of Canada ruling and administering the Indirect and Direct Taxation laws of Canada as outlined in the Constitution of Canada with full integrity. In the fiscal year ending 31 March 2018, (April Fool's Day eve) the Federal Government collected just over three times (300%) more revenue from Illegal Personal Income Taxes and other forms of Illegal and Fraudulent Direct Tax collection than it did from Legal Corporate Income Taxes (Indirect Taxation). In 1950 the tax burden on Canadians was about 50 – 50 with individual Canadians and Canadian corporations sharing the collective tax burden. Since 1950 more and more of the Canadian tax burden has been shifted onto the individual Canadian taxpayer by the Federal Government where individual Canadians are illegally forced to support the national tax burden.
  7. 7. COMPARISION OF ILLEGAL INDIVIDUAL DIRECT INCOME TAX COLLECTION BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AND LEGAL INDIRECT CORPORATE TAX COLLECTION 1950 to 1989 Fraud, Deception & Manipulation the Book: https://www.slideshare.net/PDiCEOThaneHeins3240/fraud-deception-manipulation-the-book
  8. 8. LEGAL CONSTITUTIONAL AUTHORITY FOR DIRECT TAXATION IN CANADA The constitutional authority for the collection of Provincial Income Tax is found in section 92 paragraph 2 of the Constitution Act, 1867, which assigns to the legislature of each province the power of "Direct Taxation within the Province in order to the raising of a Revenue for Provincial Purposes". The courts have held that "an income tax is the most typical form of Direct Taxation". The Supreme Court of Canada has held that Income Tax collection and ALL forms of Direct Taxation in Canada are within the Exclusive Jurisdiction of the Provincial Governments. The Supreme Court of Canada has also held that Delegation of Direct Tax collection to the Federal Government is also Illegal, unconstitutional and of “NO Force or Effect.” The Government of Ontario and many other provinces have illegally abdicated their responsibility to the citizens of Ontario and their respective responsibilities to their provinces and the people of Canada by allowing the Federal Government to illegally usurp its EXCLUSIVE Constitutional authority in the area of Direct Income Tax collection (and all other forms of Direct Tax collection) and have also been in criminal contempt of the Constitution of Canada (since 1917) and the Supreme Court of Canada since March 31st , 1962. The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in 1950 that the Federal Government was NOT allowed to invade exclusive Provincial areas of jurisdiction and collect Personal Income Tax or any other forms of Direct Taxation from individual Canadians. That Exclusive Right was reserved solely and Exclusively for the Provincial Legislatures as outlined by our Constitution (in order that they would be able to fulfill their Social Service Responsibilities to provide adequate funding for Education, Schools, Heath Care, Hospitals, Provincial Infrastructure etc. as dictated by Constitution of Canada (Section 92). The Supreme Court of Canada also ruled that the Ontario Government and Provincial Legislatures were NOT allowed to delegate any of its exclusive Provincial Constitutional responsibilities to the Federal Government nor was the Federal Government allowed to enter exclusive Provincial areas of jurisdiction by force or coercion. The Supreme Court of Canada ordered the Federal Government to return the collection of Income Tax back to the provinces by March 31st, 1962 because the Tax Rental Agreement between the Federal Government and the Provinces and Revenue Canada’s charter EXPIRED at that time. Revenue Canada has also been operating illegally in Canada since March 31st , 1962. “In each case the Members elected to Parliament or to the Legislatures are the only ones entrusted with the power and the duty to legislate concerning the subjects exclusively distributed by the constitutional Act to each of them..." “No power of delegation is expressed either in Section 91 or in section 92, nor, indeed, is there to be found the power of accepting delegation from one body to the other; and I have no doubt that if it had been the intention to give such powers it would have been expressed in clear and unequivocal language..." “Under the scheme of The British North America Act there were to be, in the words of Lord Atkin, "water tight compartments which are an essential part of the original structure..."
  9. 9. “Neither legislative bodies, federal or provincial possess any portion of the powers respectfully vested in the other and they cannot receive it by delegation. In that connection the word "exclusively" used in both section 92 and in section 92 indicates a settled line of demarcation and it does not belong to either Parliament, or the Legislatures, to confer powers upon the other." "The country is entitled to insist that legislation adopted under section 91 should be passed exclusively by the Parliament of Canada in the same way as the people of each Province are entitled to insist that legislation concerning matters enumerated in section 92 should come exclusively from their respective legislatures." The Chief Justice C.J. Rinfret 1950 Supreme Court of Canada Ruling CONSTITUTION OF CANADA FIELD OF DIRECT TAX Direct taxes are one type of taxes an individual pays that are paid straight or directly to the government, such as Income Tax, Poll Tax, Land Tax, and Personal Property Tax. Canada avoided charging an income tax prior to the First World War. The lack of income tax was seen as a key component in Canada's efforts to attract immigrants as Canada offered a lower tax regime compared to almost every other country. Prior to the war, Canadian federal governments relied on Indirect Taxation; tariffs and customs income as dictated by the Constitution of Canada for most of their revenue, and the provincial governments sustained themselves primarily through their management of their natural resources and Direct Taxation. The Liberal Party considered the probable need to illegally invade Provincial Exclusive Jurisdictions and to introduce a Personal Income Tax if their negotiation of a free trade agreement with the United States in the early 20th century succeeded, but the Conservatives defeated the Liberals in 1911 by opposing free trade. The Conservative Party opposed Personal Income Tax as it wanted to attract immigrants primarily from the United Kingdom and the United States, and it wanted to give immigrants an incentive to come to Canada. The Federal Government of Canada used the War Measures Act in 1917 during WW1 and the Dictatorial Powers the Act provided them to invade the Provincial Governments Exclusive Provincial Direct Tax Field because the Bank Act of Canada in 1913 robbed the Federal Government of its ability to print and distribute Interest Free Currency to Canadians. In 1917 the National Debt was $314.3 million. In 2020 the National Debt rose to $ 700 Billion. From 1917 to 2020, $365 Trillion has been stolen from the Canadian people and the Provinces by the Federal Government in the form of Direct Taxes while the National Debt has risen by 227,171.5%
  10. 10. TOTAL ILLEGAL DIRECT INCOME TAXES STOLEN IN CANADA SINCE 2000 Since 2000 the Federal Government of Canada has stolen a total of $247,048,000,000,000 from individual Canadian citizens in the form of Direct Taxation on incomes. while the deliberate and fake National Debt has risen from 600,000,000,000 in 2000 to 700,000,000,000 in 2020
  11. 11. Since 1965 the Federal Government of Canada has stolen a total of $365,976,000,000,000 from individual Canadian citizens in the form of Direct Taxation on incomes. https://stats.oecd.org/Index.aspx?DataSetCode=REVCAN while the fake National Debt has risen from $317 Billion to $700 Billion In 1867, the net debt of the Government of Canada was $75.7 million. During the nation-building phase of the Canadian economy from 1867 to 1913, which entailed the subsidized construction of transcontinental railways and the settlement of the West, the net debt grew from $75.7 million to $314.3 million. In 1913 the Federal Government signed the Bank Act of Canada where it gave up its Constitutional authority to issue money to Canadians and gave it to the monopolies of private banks. Every single dollar issued into the Canadian economy from 1913 onward has been debt money with Criminal Interests Rates applied to it. From 1913 the National Debt in Canada has risen from $75.7 Million to $7 Trillion. As a result of the First World War and the Great Depression, the net debt grew to reach $3.1 billion by 1938.
  12. 12. The Second World War saw the net debt climb further to reach $11.3 billion by 1945. Growth of the public debt continued and the 25 years between 1945 and 1970 saw the debt reach $20.3 billion. The period since 1970 witnessed enormous growth in the federal net debt as successive deficits combined with high interest rates saw the net debt rise from $20.3 billion to reach a peak of $609 billion in 1996—the era of the federal fiscal crisis. The period of federal restraint that followed combined by relatively robust economic growth saw balanced budgets and a reduction in the federal net debt to $516.3 billion by 2007. With the financial crisis and recession of 2008-09, federal net debt began to rise again and by 2015 had reached a new all-time high of $692 billion. The current net public debt of Canada represents the accumulation of all the deficits plus interest over the 149 years since Confederation. THE FRASER INSTITUTE A really quick history of Canada’s federal debt: https://www.fraserinstitute.org/blogs/a-really-quick-history-of-canada-s-federal-debt 1913 BANK ACT OF CANADA Debt Servitude and Totalitarian Economic Slavery for all Canadians Forever In 1913 the Federal Government signed the Bank Act of Canada where is illegally gave up its Constitutional authority to the creation of Interest Free Canadian money supply to the monopolies of private banks. The United States did the same with the Federal Reserve Act. Every dollar injected into the Canadian and U.S. economies after 1913 was usury debt money which is being charged at Criminal Interest Rates to Canadians and Americans and is never designed to be re- payed. Not only was this Illegal it was just plain stupid – while being actively supported by every Federal Government in Canada and the U.S. since its inception. "Give me control of a nation's money and I care not who makes it's laws." Mayer Amschel Bauer Rothschild “Once a nation parts with the control of its currency and credit, it matters not who makes that nation's laws. Usury, once in control, will wreck any nation. Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most conspicuous and sacred responsibility, all talk of the sovereignty of Parliament and of democracy is idle and futile.” William Lyon Mackenzie King 1935 “No sovereign government, under any circumstances, should borrow money from private commercial banks and pay interest when it can instead borrow from its own Central Bank interest-free.” Dr. John Hotson, the late Executive Director of COMER, (Committee on Monetary and Economic Reform)
  13. 13. With its money creation ability gone Canadian Finance Minister Sir Thomas White's introduced the government's new temporary "Income War Tax Act" bill went into Committee of the Whole on July 25, 1917 but faced resistance. Wartime expenses forced the Tories to re-consider their options and in 1918, the wartime government under Sir Robert Borden, imposed a "temporary" income tax to cover expenses. Despite the new illegal income tax the Canadian government ran up considerable debts during the war and were unwilling to forgo Illegal Income Tax revenue after the war ended which they never intended to do anyway because it gave them almost complete dictatorial financial control over the provinces who now became subservient to the new totalitarian dictators being established in Ottawa. Many Provincial Premiers fought for Democracy at the 1941 Dominion Provincial Conference but their passionate and patriotic pleas fell on deaf ears as they still do today, 81 years later... "Under the British North America Act, Manitoba was given, like the other provinces of Canada, the Constitutional right to discharge certain governmental functions, but administrative and legislative. To provide the province with the revenues with which to pay the cost of discharging these functions the province was empowered to impose Direct Taxation within the province." "The tendency of the course recommended by the commission would be to lower the general standard of development rather than to raise it. It would be a backward step instead of a forward one." Premier of Nova Scotia, A.S. MacMillan 1941 Dominion Provincial Conference "We are here honorable chairman and gentlemen, I take it to make it possible at some near future date to formulate for Canadians a series of decisions which will give them security in old age and the right to enjoy, according to their needs, the abundance of food and clothing and the comforts of adequate and sanitary shelter which the limitless resources of this great Dominion can provide." "We are here, i assert to establish a heritage of education for those who wish to learn; of health for those who suffer pain or disease; of security and deliverance from debt for those who have builded homes in their prime of life and who may face eviction and the loss of their sacred firesides when the lean years descend." "We are here, I believe to draft a scheme of things for the CANADA OF THE FUTURE, a scheme of things which will bring to Canada a standard of JUSTICE which shall place HUMAN VALUES ABOVE DOLLAR VALUES." "The statement that the acceptance of these proposals is an evidence of good faith and loyalty in this titanic struggle against the forces of TOTALITARIANISM is in my estimation so evidently misleading and far-fetched that it should be looked upon as DANGEROUS, DECEPTIVE AND DIABOLICAL PROPAGANDA. Both these proposals involve a centralization of power in direct opposition to the PRINCIPLES OF DEMOCRACY, for which we are fighting today and the British traditions which we cherish."
  14. 14. "Never in the history of Canada has the need for complete national unity of purpose and of effort been more essential than it is at this time; I urge with all the sincerity of my soul, that we do nothing which will an any way jeopardize that essential unity." "IF IT IS NECESSARY, IN ORDER TO PAY THE INTEREST ON BONDS, TO DEPRIVE SCHOOL CHILDREN OF EDUCATION AND PEOPLE OF HEALTH, YOU CAN COUNT ME OUT." "It is hardly the kind of thing that responsible-minded leaders of democratic thought would allow themselves to be stampeded into doing." "How will the adoption of these recommendations benefit the individual citizen? When they found out that the full burden of existing debts would still be upon them in no less degree, and that any control they have over these debts would be one step further removed from them; when they discovered that their taxes would be just as great or perhaps greater and that, with the reduction of provincial taxation powers, the only ones that could possibly benefit would be the LARGE CORPORATIONS and THE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS; when it became known to them that the standard of SOCIAL SERVICES WOULD BE VIRTUALLY REMOVED from the full autonomy of the provinces and placed largely under control of a semi-independent financial commission, many of our hard thinking and realistic minded citizens demanded to know in their vernacular, ‘what is all this row about at a time like this?' and ‘who is responsible for it?'" "AND THE WHISPER HAS GONE AROUND, ‘IT IS THE MONEY POWERS.'" "I maintain that it would be most unfortunate if the idea gains popular credence that there is a concerted and deliberate attempt being made by the MONEY POWERS to increase CENTRALIZED CONTROL of our national life while our attention is fully occupied with the prosecution of our war effort, and that thereby there is developing an endeavor to obtain an unfair advantage over the people by means of imposing upon them a CRUSHING DEBT STRUCTURE under which they will be further ENSLAVED." "Surely it must be evident to any loyal British subject that to sit calmly and indifferently by while we are being hoodwinked and inveigled into FINANCIAL DICTATORSHIP or FASCIST STATE, at a time when we are giving the best of our manhood to the empire and are sacrificing our all to overcome that foul thing which has raised its head in the world in many guises; - A TOTALITARIAN ORDER OF CENTRALIZED CONTROL AND REGIMENTATION-IS NOT ONLY RIDICULOUS BUT DANGEROUSLY CRIMINAL. Words almost fail me to convey to you the warning which must be voiced before it is too late." "Do not let us shut our eyes to those matters for we have been warned, EVIL is abroad in the world and we are fighting EVIL THINGS."
  15. 15. "I repeat that the dominating difficulty out of which ALL OUR PROBLEMS ARISE is mainly economic, and not political, and the focus of that economic problem is financial. If we become sidetracked, down political or constitutional bypaths that have no ending WE SHALL LAND IN A WILDERNESS OF FAILURE." "In conclusion may I say that we in Alberta stand ready to allow our province to become the experimental ground to demonstrate scientifically the rich and glorious possibilities for living in contentment and security based on the principles of DEMOCRACY, not only in the political but economic sphere as well." Premier of Alberta, William Aberhart 1941 Dominion Provincial Conference "As my friend from Alberta said, the SOCIAL SERVICES OF CANADA IN THE FUTURE MUST BE KEPT IN MIND. But we are doing something from which we may not be able to retrace our steps, and we shall be left in the hands of a BUREAUCRACY to be established in Ottawa, a bureaucracy which is criticized from one end of the country to the other. I myself will not SELL MY PROVINCE DOWN THE RIVER FOR ALL TIME TO COME, AND ALLOW OUR SOCIAL SERVICES TO REMAIN A VICTIM OF THE DICTATORIAL METHODS OF A BUREAUCRACY TO BE SET UP IN OTTAWA." "We leave it to the rest of the members to continue their efforts to do what we are bound to say would result in WRECKING CONFEDERATION, as we understand it, and in DESTROYING PROVINCIAL AUTONOMY RIGHTS." "If the Prime Minister insists that everything has to be predicated upon the principles of a report to which we object, then there is no alternative open to my colleagues and myself but to withdraw and leave these WRECKERS OF CONFEDERATION under the guise of patriotism, to continue to carry on their NEFARIOUS WORK." Province of Ontario, Honorable Mr. McQuesten 1941 Dominion Provincial Conference "Where are you going to get the money? I am asking this statement to the dominion government for the province of British Columbia. If the dominion government had not ENTERED OUR FIELD OF TAXATION, BRITISH COLUMBIA WOULD NEVER HAVE HAD TO BORROW ONE DOLLAR. British Columbia entered the income tax field in 1876. The dominion government did not enter this field until 1918, when Sir Thomas White, then Minister of Finance, stood on the floor of this chamber and said that he regretted very much the necessity of taking such action. He said it was intended as a TEMPORARY MEASURE. I am sure that Sir Thomas White will not mind my saying that when I was talking to him on one occasion he told me he was afraid it would be a FEDERAL TAX FOR GOOD.
  16. 16. Those of us who have been trying to protect provincial rights and trying build up a strong province so that we may have a strong dominion of Canada have actually been accused of being unpatriotic and insolent because we dared to say that the INCOME TAX SHOULD BE MAINTAINED AS A PROVINCIAL TAX." "I DO NOT FEEL WE CAME HERE AS BEGGARS. We should not be tied down in perpetuity; we should not be circumscribed in our future development. We have been asked to come here on this very occasion to change our constitution for no purpose whatever." "AS I SAID YESTERDAY, I WOULD RATHER SEE OUR BOYS AND GIRLS HAVE AN EDUCATION, I WOULD RATHER SEE OUR PEOPLE RAISED IN HEALTH THAN HAVE BONDHOLDERS PAID INTEREST ON THEIR BONDS." "WE ARE THE TRUSTEES OF THE PEOPLE, NOT ONLY FOR OUR OWN DAY AND GENERATION, BUT FOR THE DAYS OF OTHERS, AND FOR GENERATIONS TO COME." Premier of British Columbia, T. D. Plattullo 1941 Dominion Provincial Conference With the election of the Liberal government of Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, much of the Constitution was illegally dismantled and income tax has illegally remained in place ever since. Mackenzie King established himself very well as a complete fraud and a liar who could not be trusted when he reneged on his election promises to Canadians to return the control and issue of money back to the people of Canada in 1935. “The Liberal Party believes that credit is a public matter, not of interest to bankers only, but of direct concern to every citizen. The Liberal Party declares itself in favour of the immediate establishment of a duly constituted national bank for the control of the issue of money in terms of public needs. The flow of money must be in relation with the domestic, social, and industrial needs of the Canadian people.” “If my party is returned to power, we shall make good our monetary policy in the greatest battle between the money power and the people Canada has ever seen.” “The election is an endorsement of the Liberal view that credit is a public matter, not of interest to bankers only, but of direct concern to every citizen.” “It is a clear verdict against the private ownership and control of a national bank; and in favour of a duly constituted national bank, for the control of currency issued in terms of public needs. There can be no mistaking the demand for restoring to the Government of Canada control over the credit and currency issue.” William Lyon Mackenzie King
  17. 17. During the 1941 Dominion Provincial Conference Prime Minister Mackenzie King attempted to deceive Canadians even further when he requested that the Provincial Legislatures grant irrevocable permission to the Federal Government; to permanently amend the Constitution of Canada in order to allow a perpetual “Delegation of Powers” between the Federal and Provincial Governments which he and the Liberal Party knew was illegal and unconstitutional otherwise. Why bother to even request an amendment to the Constitution and delegation of powers if was already unlimited? “The crux of the problem which faced the commission and which faces this conference is, of course the financial relationship between the federal and provincial governments... It has been said that the constitutional provision which empowers the federal parliament to raise money by 'any mode or system of taxation' being unlimited… That is of course true, and that is in fact what was done in the last war... The recommendation of the report concerned a provision for the delegation of powers by the dominion to the provinces and vice versa.” Prime Minister W. L. Mackenzie King DOMINION PROVINCIAL CONFERENCE January 14, 1941 Canadians would have to wait until 1950 for the Constitutional Divisions of Indirect and Direct Taxation in Canada to be upheld by the Supreme Court of Canada. “In each case the Members elected to Parliament or to the Legislatures are the only ones entrusted with the power and the duty to legislate concerning the subjects exclusively distributed by the constitutional Act to each of them..." “No power of delegation is expressed either in Section 91 or in section 92, nor, indeed, is there to be found the power of accepting delegation from one body to the other; and I have no doubt that if it had been the intention to give such powers it would have been expressed in clear and unequivocal language..." “Under the scheme of The British North America Act there were to be, in the words of Lord Atkin, "water tight compartments which are an essential part of the original structure..." “Neither legislative bodies, federal or provincial possess any portion of the powers respectfully vested in the other and they cannot receive it by delegation. In that connection the word "exclusively" used in both section 92 and in section 92 indicates a settled line of demarcation and it does not belong to either Parliament, or the Legislatures, to confer powers upon the other." The Chief Justice C.J. Rinfret 1950 Supreme Court of Canada Ruling
  18. 18. In 2022 Canadians are still waiting for their Provincial Legislatures to take back their exclusive Constitutional authority to Direct Tax collection. "The country is entitled to insist that legislation adopted under section 91 should be passed exclusively by the Parliament of Canada in the same way as the people of each Province are entitled to insist that legislation concerning matters enumerated in section 92 should come exclusively from their respective legislatures." The Chief Justice C.J. Rinfret 1950 Supreme Court of Canada Ruling Section 92 Paragraph 16 of the Constitution of Canada provides the Provinces with Exclusive Jurisdiction over all matters of a Local or Private Nature in the Province. •16. Generally all Matters of a merely local or private Nature in the Province. Private Property refers to property owned by individuals or entities other than the government. Money, Real estate, buildings, objects (like guns), and intellectual property are examples of private property (for example, copyrights or patents ). The Criminal Organization known as the Canadian Federal Government has been illegally stealing money from Canadians in the form of Personal Income Tax and other Direct Taxes since April Fool's Day 1962 on behalf of all provinces and territories (except Quebec). It also legally collects Corporate Income Taxes on behalf of all provinces and territories except Alberta. Canada's illegal Economic Crime; Federal Income Tax System is administered by the Criminal Organization known as the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). As a Criminal Organization the Canada Revenue Agency employs CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY; Slavery, Extortion and Terrorism to force Canadian business owners into Forced Labor; to commit Fraud and Steal and remit proceeds of theft under the threat of penalty, without pay and against their will. TYPES OF SLAVERY EMPLOYED BY THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IN CANADA TODAY: Modern slavery in Canada takes many forms. The most common are: Forced Labour: Any work or services people are forced to do against their will, usually under threat of punishment. Debt Bondage/Bonded Labour: The world’s most widespread form of slavery. People trapped in poverty borrow money and are forced to work to pay off the debt, losing control over both their employment conditions and the debt. There is no legislation in place in Canada which prohibits slavery, although the Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes Act 2000 criminalises crimes against humanity and war crimes both within and outside of Canada, of which enslavement form constituent elements. Canada - Antislavery in Domestic Legislation
  19. 19. Fraud, Deception & Manipulation the Book: https://www.slideshare.net/PDiCEOThaneHeins3240/fraud-deception-manipulation-the- book 1950 SUPREME COURT OF CANADA RULING: https://www.slideshare.net/PDiCEOThaneHeins3240/1950-supreme-court-of-canada- ruling
  20. 20. 1941 Dominion Provincial Conference: https://www.slideshare.net/PDiCEOThaneHeins3240/1941-dominion-provincial- conference 2013 Petition to the Government of Ontario: https://www.slideshare.net/PDiCEOThaneHeins3240/2013-2013-petition-to-the- government-of-ontario Green Party of Canada July 1st, 2014 Forced Election Win Strategy: https://www.slideshare.net/PDiCEOThaneHeins3240/green-party-of-canada-july-1st- 2014-foced-election-win-strategy
  21. 21. VI. Distribution of Legislative Powers Powers of the Parliament Legislative Authority of Parliament of Canada 91 It shall be lawful for the Queen, by and with the Advice and Consent of the Senate and House of Commons, to make Laws for the Peace, Order, and good Government of Canada, in relation to all Matters not coming within the Classes of Subjects by this Act assigned exclusively to the Legislatures of the Provinces; and for greater Certainty, but not so as to restrict the Generality of the foregoing Terms of this Section, it is hereby declared that (notwithstanding anything in this Act) the exclusive Legislative Authority of the Parliament of Canada extends to all Matters coming within the Classes of Subjects next hereinafter enumerated; that is to say, •1. Repealed.(44) •1A. The Public Debt and Property.(45) •2. The Regulation of Trade and Commerce. •2A. Unemployment insurance.(46) •3. The raising of Money by any Mode or System of Taxation [within the Field of INDIRECT TAXATION while being excluded from the Field of DIRECT TAXATION – which an Exclusive Field of the Provinces]. •4. The borrowing of Money on the Public Credit. •5. Postal Service. •6. The Census and Statistics. •7. Militia, Military and Naval Service, and Defence. •8. The fixing of and providing for the Salaries and Allowances of Civil and other Officers of the Government of Canada. •9. Beacons, Buoys, Lighthouses, and Sable Island. •10. Navigation and Shipping. •11. Quarantine and the Establishment and Maintenance of Marine Hospitals. •12. Sea Coast and Inland Fisheries. •13. Ferries between a Province and any British or Foreign Country or between Two Provinces. •14. Currency and Coinage. •15. Banking, Incorporation of Banks, and the Issue of Paper Money. •16. Savings Banks. •17. Weights and Measures. •18. Bills of Exchange and Promissory Notes. •19. Interest. •20. Legal Tender. •21. Bankruptcy and Insolvency. •22. Patents of Invention and Discovery. •23. Copyrights. •24. Indians, and Lands reserved for the Indians. •25. Naturalization and Aliens. •26. Marriage and Divorce. •27. The Criminal Law, except the Constitution of Courts of Criminal Jurisdiction, but including the Procedure in Criminal Matters. •28. The Establishment, Maintenance, and Management of Penitentiaries. •29. Such Classes of Subjects as are expressly excepted in the Enumeration of the Classes of Subjects by this Act assigned exclusively to the Legislatures of the Provinces.
  22. 22. Exclusive Powers of Provincial Legislatures Subjects of exclusive Provincial Legislation 92 In each Province the Legislature may exclusively make Laws in relation to Matters coming within the Classes of Subjects next hereinafter enumerated; that is to say, •1. Repealed.(48) •2. Direct Taxation within the Province in order to the raising of a Revenue for Provincial Purposes. [Constitutionally excluded from the Field of Indirect Taxation] •3. The borrowing of Money on the sole Credit of the Province. •4. The Establishment and Tenure of Provincial Offices and the Appointment and Payment of Provincial Officers. •5. The Management and Sale of the Public Lands belonging to the Province and of the Timber and Wood thereon. •6. The Establishment, Maintenance, and Management of Public and Reformatory Prisons in and for the Province. •7. The Establishment, Maintenance, and Management of Hospitals, Asylums, Charities, and Eleemosynary Institutions in and for the Province, other than Marine Hospitals. •8. Municipal Institutions in the Province. •9. Shop, Saloon, Tavern, Auctioneer, and other Licences in order to the raising of a Revenue for Provincial, Local, or Municipal Purposes. •10. Local Works and Undertakings other than such as are of the following Classes: •(a) Lines of Steam or other Ships, Railways, Canals, Telegraphs, and other Works and Undertakings connecting the Province with any other or others of the Provinces, or extending beyond the Limits of the Province: •(b) Lines of Steam Ships between the Province and any British or Foreign Country: •(c) Such Works as, although wholly situate within the Province, are before or after their Execution declared by the Parliament of Canada to be for the general Advantage of Canada or for the Advantage of Two or more of the Provinces. •11. The Incorporation of Companies with Provincial Objects. •12. The Solemnization of Marriage in the Province. •13. Property and Civil Rights in the Province. •14. The Administration of Justice in the Province, including the Constitution, Maintenance, and Organization of Provincial Courts, both of Civil and of Criminal Jurisdiction, and including Procedure in Civil Matters in those Courts. •15. The Imposition of Punishment by Fine, Penalty, or Imprisonment for enforcing any Law of the Province made in relation to any Matter coming within any of the Classes of Subjects enumerated in this Section. •16. Generally all Matters of a merely local or private Nature in the Province. Non-Renewable Natural Resources, Forestry Resources and Electrical Energy Laws respecting non-renewable natural resources, forestry resources and electrical energy •92A (1) In each province, the legislature may exclusively make laws in relation to •(a) exploration for non-renewable natural resources in the province; •(b) development, conservation and management of non-renewable natural resources and forestry resources in the province, including laws in relation to the rate of primary production therefrom; and
  23. 23. •(c) development, conservation and management of sites and facilities in the province for the generation and production of electrical energy. Export from provinces of resources (2) In each province, the legislature may make laws in relation to the export from the province to another part of Canada of the primary production from non-renewable natural resources and forestry resources in the province and the production from facilities in the province for the generation of electrical energy, but such laws may not authorize or provide for discrimination in prices or in supplies exported to another part of Canada. •Authority of Parliament (3) Nothing in subsection (2) derogates from the authority of Parliament to enact laws in relation to the matters referred to in that subsection and, where such a law of Parliament and a law of a province conflict, the law of Parliament prevails to the extent of the conflict. •Taxation of resources (4) In each province, the [PROVINCIAL] legislature may make laws in relation to the raising of money by any mode or system of [DIRECT] taxation in respect of •(a) non-renewable natural resources and forestry resources in the province and the primary production therefrom, and •(b) sites and facilities in the province for the generation of electrical energy and the production therefrom, whether or not such production is exported in whole or in part from the province, but such laws may not authorize or provide for taxation that differentiates between production exported to another part of Canada and production not exported from the province. •Primary production (5) The expression primary production has the meaning assigned by the Sixth Schedule. •Existing powers or rights (6) Nothing in subsections (1) to (5) derogates from any powers or rights that a legislature or government of a province had immediately before the coming into force of this section.(49) Education Legislation respecting Education 93 In and for each Province the Legislature may exclusively make Laws in relation to Education, subject and according to the following Provisions: •1. Nothing in any such Law shall prejudicially affect any Right or Privilege with respect to Denominational Schools which any Class of Persons have by Law in the Province at the Union; •2. All the Powers, Privileges, and Duties at the Union by Law conferred and imposed in Upper Canada on the Separate Schools and School Trustees of the Queen’s Roman Catholic Subjects shall M a r g i n a l n o t e :
  24. 24. be and the same are hereby extended to the Dissentient Schools of the Queen’s Protestant and Roman Catholic Subjects in Quebec; •3. Where in any Province a System of Separate or Dissentient Schools exists by Law at the Union or is thereafter established by the Legislature of the Province, an Appeal shall lie to the Governor General in Council from any Act or Decision of any Provincial Authority affecting any Right or Privilege of the Protestant or Roman Catholic Minority of the Queen’s Subjects in relation to Education; •4. In case any such Provincial Law as from Time to Time seems to the Governor General in Council requisite for the due Execution of the Provisions of this Section is not made, or in case any Decision of the Governor General in Council on any Appeal under this Section is not duly executed by the proper Provincial Authority in that Behalf, then and in every such Case, and as far only as the Circumstances of each Case require, the Parliament of Canada may make remedial Laws for the due Execution of the Provisions of this Section and of any Decision of the Governor General in Council under this Section. (50) https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/const/page-3.html#:~:text=92%20In%20each%20Province %20the,1.&text=(48)-,2.,a%20Revenue%20for%20Provincial%20Purposes . “Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of God and the Rule of Law.” The Constitution of Canada is the supreme law of Canada, and any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, of no force or effect. THE CONSTITUTION ACTS, 1867 to 1982 – laws.justice.gc.ca

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