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Addendum Sept 5th - On Legalizing the Sale of Cannabis

Addendum Sept 5th - On Legalizing the Sale of Cannabis

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Published by Marc Boyer
This is a very detail 3-page article on how our Pier Trust is structured - PLEASE NOTE : when anyone operates under a Pier trust they cannot be sued or charged by anyone [unless they break the rules of the BC-MMAR Pier Trust] CHECK IT OUT!
This is a very detail 3-page article on how our Pier Trust is structured - PLEASE NOTE : when anyone operates under a Pier trust they cannot be sued or charged by anyone [unless they break the rules of the BC-MMAR Pier Trust] CHECK IT OUT!

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Published by: Marc Boyer on Sep 08, 2013
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Sept 6, 2013 ADDENDUM
Outlining Our BC-MMAR Archetypal Structure and Form.
FIRST: There needs to be a clear understanding that the BC-MMAR program is designed aroundcreating a ways and means to provide for the EDA's Member's Charter Rights. In other words,protecting our member's rights under common law is our RUBRICand that means: everything in thestructure operates on the principle that governs our ways by respecting the members' best interest.
It must be pointed out that [until r v Malmo Levine is reversed] these activities of providing a safe andsecure source for those with Charter rights to medicine, must be regulated. It's self evident thatthese activities can be done under [in our case] under the BC Societies Act; in fact it's why it's there.Under the BC Societies Act a [not for profit] society cannot do business with any political party. BUTunder the Co-op Act, does provide the ways and means for this legal entity to enter into contract with[in our case] Our BC-MMAR Trust.
What's important to point out here is that immediately after we implement this BC-MMAR meansthat any RPA [agent] of any EDA in any other provinces that subscribes to Our BC-MMAR, willmean that these EDAs can enter into contract with any Co-op formed in Ontario [for example].Frankly all we have to do is set up an Office for that province, once we get our form recognized.
Our BC-MMAR Trust [federal] jurisdiction] can permit any Co-op to operate under our platform of prescribed activities, in order to provide a very good ways and means to protect the privacy andsecurity and Charter rights of their members, who gain access to this service by agreeing to theterms of the provincial Co-op dispensary, who then issues a membership card.
The EDA and BC-MMAR Trust are technically at arms length from the Officers and agents of the Co-op for the purpose of protecting the Constitutional /Charter rights of the member, and this gives theCo-op incredible Constitutional protection, as long as the Co-op prescribes to operate under therules and regulations of the BC-MMAR Trust.
To clear a confusing point that will arise: the term 'agent' under the Elections Act is not the samething as an 'agent' under the Co-op Act [most of this article is based on distinguishing one straw-man from another [For our purposes] the term RPA is a federal EDA agent and when i use theterm agent means i'm referring to a Co-op agent. [The term Officer are almost the same – each Act has different terms for CFO CEO but the function of the Office is still basically the same]
Real Constitutional protection occurs when: 2 RPAs in one EDA become a federal agency, wherethey become the CFO and CEO of a provincial Co-op AND these 2 RPAs can legally apply and getone Co-op with [in our case] with the BC Societies Act – Every Co-op must register separately withOur BC-MMAR Trust, in a simple 3-part fiduciary trust agreement,
SO LET'S START FOLLOWING THE TYPICAL PAPER TRAIL to become a member of a Co-op:- In order to become a member of a Co-op Dispensary [for example] this ordinary citizen must jointhe Marijuana Party of Canada, by filling in a 1-page standard Elections Canada declaration.
This private individual can now subscribe to be a member of the EDA by filing out a simple 1-page agreement to keep the Peace and be of good behaviour. [at the EDA level keep it basic]
THEN this RPI of this EDA can apply to be a member of any Co-op Dispensary. AND as long asthis Co-op follows a prescribed set of a reasonable requirements that create 'a standard playingfield for all clubs [for example]'. [side bar] This would result in the same situation as in our City'scase where there are zones where this activity is facilitated and there are zones where they knowthere will be problems with the local ordinary citizens' mindset. Where entire Cities could object[but then 'in BC politics', refusing to collect this city tax just might prove disastrous at the poles.]BUT if any City really did want to say 'no' could say 'no', [just like they are in some states]
When the Member of the Co-op is initiated, this member can now become a RPA of our BC-MMAR Trust, and with this full circle our Quadra EDA can [therefor is] creating a Pier Trust.
7.AND from this point on it's easier to explain the structure by following the money.
To do this we'll follow how the PST remittances work. The total remittance that we can collectunder the Longley Decision is 10% and the RPA in the Quadra EDA is dispensing 5 – 2% ORRtransactions [= 10%] [ORR - are recoverable funds against royalties. (i.e. sales royalties)]
– it's just like any hidden debit card transfer fees except pegged at 2% for each transfer 
This Co-op member walks into a club and is met by a cashier who actually is an Officer of the EDA
This RPI, makes a deposit into this EDA's pool, and 'for the member', this account is better thanmoney in the bank, because it actually 'pays' real 'end of the year' rewards to this member 
other then the add-on City Tax of 10%, there are no real up-front costs to the member.
This card works just like a debit card- all accounting and tracking is done by our society].
When this EDA transfers this deposit [that evening] into Our Quadra EDA, then that originating EDAcollects a 2%-ORR for that transaction. This EDA now has an income to account for. It can paywages and account for all it's expenses [for its quarterly reports] and as long as this EDA spends thisexcess pool money on the operating costs from enjoying the benefits of Freedom of Expression [toattract social and political participation, etc] means this EDA can justify why the EDA got these funds.
When this EDA transfers this deposit [that evening] into Our BC-MMAR EDA pool, then our QuadraEDA collects a 2%-ORR for that transaction. Our Quadra EDA now has an income to account for. Itcan pay wages and account for all it's expenses [for its quarterly reports] and as long as this EDAspends this excess pool money on the operating costs from enjoying the benefits of Freedom of Expression [to attract social and political participation, etc] as a ways and means for our QuadraEDA can justify why we got these funds.
NOT ONLY THAT: The agent(s) who hold this burden to deliver on this deposit MUST transfer itfrom this EDA in order to deliver on the Charter rights of these RPIs in other EDAs under anecessity defence that stands-under our more noble UCC-OPPT trust of 'serving the Creator'
 As i keep repeating; Constitutionally our defence is bullet-proof but we are not =RUBRIC 
When the BC-MMAR transfers this full originating deposit [in a nano-second] into it's pool means:Our BC-MMAR Trust [aka - the good ship lollipop], then can collect a 2%-ORR for certifying thatthere is a collected pool of funds on hand in deposit for goods and services, and with a Pier Trust,we can certify that transactions served by the RFA are for our members, and are paid in full, and inthis way the BC-MMAR Trust prescribes the need for general orders to have new or on-going ordersplaced, between the originating Co-op Dispenser and any Co-op Grower who agrees to be in thatCo-op Dispensary's network of growers in order to meet the projected needs, to supply new ordersfrom that Co-op Dispenser's network of growers.
SIDE BAR: Frankly, this may sound complicated to administer and to especially justify. BUT inpractice any present Distributors does this kind of management administration on a daily basis.
Our BC-MMAR program provides the basic foundation where, after a couple of crop cycles of  just plugging in all transactions will result where the BC-MMAR program [because of it's inherentintuitive nature of being able to predict future needs with past info] will be totally justifying whythe Co-op growers are in 'deed' needing to be growing that much,
 AND that may sound like an exaggeration but once we outline what our award winningLogenics 'smarti trax' system can do, in tracking and managing a grower's operation willresult in anyone agreeing that there simply is no better Logistics system available. ANDfrankly Our BC-MMAR can show that it can logistically deliver a superior security platformi. SIDE BAR [in order to address a legitimate concern from our program writer; AND in order to not appear like we are exaggerating] We need to point out that every logistics program inexistence will crash when it gets too much data to crunch, and that's problematic.

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