“Listen to me, General!” (Part 16, Taxation Outrage!)
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October 8, 2006

Agenda Item 16: Taxation Outrage!

Generals, I had another collision with Canada’s justice system dating back to the late eighties over the illegality of federal direct taxation on income from Provincial Citizens.


Canada’s old BNA Act from 1867 (Canada’s Constitution, the British North America Act), which is still valid today, assigns the power of direct taxation as an exclusive right belonging to the provinces,

and on the other hand the Government in Ottawa was assigned taxation powers by any means other than those assigned as belonging “exclusively” to the provinces.

Generals,

a) I want you to investigate the War Measures Act on taxation from 1917,

b) the reasons why it was not repealed after the war had ended,

c) investigate a 1950 Supreme Court of Canada decision concerning direct taxation (A.C. of N.S. vs. A.G. of Canada (1951) S.C.R. 31 (S.C.C.) page 40.), giving the Canadian Government 12 years to get out of the direct taxation business,

d) why this Supreme Court ruling was ignored, and

e) why the Alberta challenge to the legality of the GST (Goods and Services Tax) was lost in Court.

I want you to

f) investigate the sincerity of the Alberta lawyers to defeat it,

g) the weakness of their arguments,

h) compare the arguments with those I raised in the Federal Court and the Federal Court of Appeal against the validity of the GST,

and tell me

i) why I lost a multi-billion class action law suit on behalf of Alberta tax payers who were forced to pay this tax which I considered illegal.

I want

j) statistics of ethnic representation throughout the court system as well as government,

 and finally

k) I want to know why governments at all levels are nearly exclusively run by lawyers, on which I want statistics of ethnic representantion as well.

As before, when your results of this investigation are in, I want them published, draw my conclusions and implement changes to the system as required to prevent abuse of power from here on out.

Generals, for the duration of the investigations into Canada’s court system and that of the Federal and Provincial governments I want all their legislative buildings surrounded by troop and equipment as required.

Thank you again, gentlemen. You are now dismissed.

 

(Published out of my “Global Agenda” from 2006 to show how much we missed out on in our task to raise the people’s consciousness up toward a better understanding of what a paradisaical order is like and how to get there. There still is time for a “Global Reset” for as long as I am still around to give guidance.)

Updated Oct 27, 2020, 1:11 pm and Janurary 30, 2021

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