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Reader upset with Revenue Canada

Posted on January 23, 2019 by Taber Times

Dear Editor,

I have been told Revenue Canada and The Supreme Court have ultimate or Supreme powers. Where did these powers of appointment derive? Either of above are elected, so how can this be so?

Sections 91 and 92 of the Constitution of Canada allow the Powers of Government.

1) “USURP” — To seize and hold power without legal right. Illegal seizure of an office to take possession of, without legal claim. Nine men changed the constitution.

2) “CONSPIRACY” — An agreement of two or more to do an unlawful act. An intention to put the common design into effect. A common design necessarily involves an intention.

3) “TREASON” — An indictable offence against the Queen’s authority. Section 9 of the Constitution Act 1867 states: The executive Government and authority of and over Canada is hereby declared to continue and to be vested in the Queen. The Governor General of Canada.

In reality the Supreme Court of Canada has no authority outside the bounds of the laws that are legislated or enacted by Parliament.

The supreme powers given to Revenue Canada are in a direct conflict with Section 91 and 92 of the Constitution. This has no legal basis according to British Law.

How these powers were derived is in the power of our national police force, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. Do the people rightfully take action or done properly by the RCMP? I have a legal right to protection of my property under the Canadian Bill of Rights – The Constitution Act, 1985.

Part 1 — Bill of Rights. R.C.S. 1985 Appendix III

1 A and D

2 B— Impose or Authorize the imposition of cruel and unusual treatment or punishment. The Supreme Court of Canada and Revenue Canada have no power beyond their intended and legal position appointed by government within the legal confines of Sections 91 and 92 of the Constitution Act of Canada. Do I legally take the law into my own hands?

Illegal seizure of $300,000 of my pensions. Don’t underestimate my abilities.


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