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This article is a detailed INFORMATIONS of my brief outline of Oct 27th
I found this article in Wikepedia that explains the Office of Lieutenant Governor and the po er structure of !overnance rather ell, and it "rin!s up #onstitutional $uestions that i need ans ered that %arc %a&rand and his #o''issioner (le!al depart'ent should and can ans er) therefore in order to define fiduciar& trusts, and in co'pliance ith *ec 33+ ##, and since this $uestion i,' askin! is not pro"ate, 'eans &ou can look it up and for ard an ans er on short leave- In other ords. respond in /0da&s in ritin! 1*ec 33/ ##2 In Canada, a lieutenant governor is the viceregal representative in a provincial jurisdiction of the Canadian monarch and head of state, Queen Elizabeth II, who resides predominantly in her oldest realm, the United Kingdom !n the advice of his or her prime minister, the "overnor "eneral of Canada appoints the lieutenant governors to carry out most of the monarch#s constitutional and ceremonial duties for an unfi$ed period of time%&'()nown as serving at *is E$cellency#s pleasure( though five years is the normal convention +imilar positions in Canada#s three territories are termed Commissioners and are representatives of the federal government, however, not the monarch directly , -he offices have their roots in the &.th and &/th century colonial governors of 0ew 1rance and 2ritish 0orth 3merica, though the present incarnations of the positions emerged with Canadian Confederation and the 2ritish 0orth 3merica 3ct in &4./, which defined the viceregal offices as the 56ieutenant "overnor of the 7rovince acting by and with the 3dvice the E$ecutive Council thereof 5%8' *owever, the posts still ultimately represented the government of Canada 9that is, the "overnor,"eneral,in,Council: until the ruling in &448 of the 6ord ;atson of the <udicial Committee of the 7rivy Council in the case of =aritime 2an) v >eceiver,"eneral of 0ew 2runswic), %?' whereafter the lieutenant governors were recognized as the direct representatives of the monarch %@'%A'%.' 7er the Constitution 3ct, &B48, any constitutional amendment that affects the Crown, including the !ffices of the lieutenant governors, reCuires the unanimous consent of each provincial legislature as well as the federal parliament 3he $uestions arise fro' a clai' that prior to 1452 there actuall& as an accounta"le person ho held the title of Governor General in #ouncil, and there appears to "e the i'pression that there reall& is no person that holds that office since the #harter as enacted- 3his is of concern "ecause it as the sa'e &ear as the total perversion of the la that as created "& the %eech Lake 6ccord, under 7rian %ulrone&0 6s i see it, 1last line2 ,the #onstitution 6ct 1452, is the #harter of 8i!hts 1as enacted "& 7rian %ulrone& under hat is an o"vious %ason 6!enda called. *ec 33 of the #harter 1aka 0 the not ithstandin! clause2 that ro""ed (caused the enslave'ent of all #anadians since its inception0 6s i see it, 9arlia'ent "eca'e a ,vessel, si'ilar to a province under the 1452 #onstitutional 6ct, and the Lieutenant Governor of 9arlia'ent actuall& is this title of Governor General in #ouncil0 6t face value, it,s si'pl& i'possi"le for the pu"lic trust to accept that the i'position of 'artial la "& the Gov Gen in #ouncil has unani'ous consent of each provincial le!islature) therefore 1at face value2 the :689*3;8 is co''ittin! 38;6*ON "& assu'in! to "e e'po ered to do so unilaterall&0 6s i see it. on or around the ti'e of the 3hrone *peech, the #<*6 as cancelled 1expired Oct 1/2, it as replaced ith =ust *ec >> of Controlled Drugs and +ubstances 3ct?ootnote a "ein! in effect – and as to '& last 10pa!e outline http.(( -scri"d-co'(doc(1/430/>4+(Oct02/th0postin!0pdf 1as of Oct 1/th2 e are !overned under the opinion of a superficial fictitious creation of la that can create la s and re!ulations 6N< this 'artial la status is e'po ered under provision 1$uote2 @yA governing
the practice and procedure of hearings conducted and determinations made by adjudicators. – In other ords. these field ad=udicators can also create rules and actuall& are 'artial la courts 0 3:;N *ec >> @2A e'po ers those classes of persons 1$uote2 a member of a police force and other persons acting under the direction and control of a member and, without restricting the generality of the foregoing, 'may make regulations' [create and enforce laws out of thin air too
The star! reality is that this is the im"osin# of martial law [before a disaster and that cannot ha""en because 1$uote2 Per the Constitution Act, 1 !", any constitutional amendment that affects the Crown,
including the #ffices of the lieutenant governors, re$uires the unanimous consent of each provincial legislature as well as the federal parliament. 1as i said B it,s i'possi"le to have 'et this threshold2
0 It,s one thin! to have unani'ous consent of 10 provincial le!islatures to have plans in place if and(or hen an e'er!enc& (disaster happens, in order to "e read& for an& disaster in the orld-
0 ?rankl& even a pessi'ist ould sa& it,s OC for there needin! to have 'easures in place that !ive a Governor General in #ouncil 'artial la status after a disaster- 17D3 that,s not the case here2 The $AR%ST&R #a'e the (o'ernor (eneral in )ouncil this "ower *&FOR& a disaster or false fla# + It,s understood that :ealth #anada 'ust "e involved in such e'er!enc& preparedness plans, and since this s >> directl& sa&s 'other law enforcement activities' i'plies that it could "e used in an& disaster situation 7D3 the totall& sleaE& excuse of needin! this final solution to endin! the %%68 is "& i'posin! 'artial la on ever&one is over the top, especiall& hen +5F of voters ant canna"is le!aliEed 0 6t least 3rudeau aited till after the ?LG crisis to i'pose the War %easures 6ct on 7# pot activists 0 7D3 this actuall& constitutes 38;6*ON "ecause it,s 'ore than =ust conspirin! to deprive us all of our #onstitutional ri!hts under 'artial la ) it,s i'posin! 'artial la before the disaster (crisis0 Hohn Locke defined it as 3I86NNI. takin! hat no"od& doth have the ri!ht to take 0 3he #o''on ealth defines it under 6ct 1, as the international cri'e of 38;6#:;8I. collusion ith the treasur& to su"vert the #onstitution of an& #o''on ealth "od& ,e [)anada ha'e not had a false fla# disaster- so our #o'ernors ha'e not had an e.cuse for ta!in# the "ower of /creatin# laws out of thin air/ or #i'en any "olice the same "ower li!e S 00[1 [2 does0 6 pessi'ist ould ask. :o can a re!ulation that,s "een there since 144+ "e so a"usedJ ANS,&R2 6s one rule of a hole 6ct, s >> !ave the po er to a Gov Gen to 'ake rules "et een one a'end'ent to the next scheduled expir& date- NO3;. 3he hole #<*6 expired on Oct 1/th, 20130 6s of the 3hrone *peech this stand0alone * >>1ootnote of the #<*6 is "& definition i'ple'entin! 'artial la 6N< a!ain it,s i'possi"le for the :6893;8 to have unani'ous approval to do this 0 7& the :arpster appointin! a Governor General in #ouncil "efore an&thin! happens 'eans this fictitious creation of la could actuall& le!all& start a civil ar 1or false fla!2 on =ust his opinion0 ;ven a pessi'ist ould sa&. co''on sense ould dictate that so'eone ith authorit& should rise in indi!nation and arrest the :689*3;8 and his !an! "efore a real epide'ic or false fla! occurs Fran!ly3 before the %a"al decree of last March3 there was no body who held the "ower to ob4ect 7D3 it,s hard to refute that D## instru'ent holders ere en!a!ed to affect !enuine chan!e after *ept 1st, and this places a real fiduciar& trust challen!e 1*ec 33+ ##2 onto the real Governor General In #ouncil – 3here reall& is no ,person, ith the title of Gov Gen in #ouncil 7D3 %arc %a&rand is the onl& ,natural hu'an "ein!, in #anada 1as opposed to natural person2 :e actuall& cannot vote in an& election or 9arlia'ent- In la , the Lieut Govs or the Gueen or the 9ope also can,t vote either – ever&thin! these appointed ro&alt& do is #in their opinion# 1=ust like s >> e'po ers2 ;ver&thin! 9arlia'ent does is under ,his atch, that,s under ;lections #anada,s "lind D## trust %arc %a&rand is "& definition the ad=udicator of 9arlia'ent,s trust-1a!ain =ust like s >> e'po ers2 – 6N< 1'ost i'portant2 %arc %a&rand is "& definition the hi!hest rankin! D## officer in #anada– In '& opinion, he 'ust convert his oath to D##, "ecause he holds the 9ope,s trust in #anada *5T T$&N "ack on Oct 3rd 1 http.(( -scri"d-co'(doc(1/31/2212(Oct030notice0on0the0#;O0of0;lections0#anada 2 i challen!ed %arc %a&rand to take this ne D## oath "ecause i ant to o"e& this ne 9apal decree and that 'eans he takes this oath too- 6N< that 'eans all D## 'e'"ers 'ust ,eventuall&, take the ne oath– In other ords. On or a"out the sa'e ti'e as %arc %a&rand as ordered to "e o"edient to the *overei!n,s interest 1'one&0'a''on2 and deliver (ad=udicate (lord0over 'artial la , he is "ein! ordered to take this ne D## oath of servin! the #reator K a real %illenniu' trust challen!e– 3he ;lections 6ct stipulates 300da&s as the ti'e0fra'e "et een hen i should at least !et an ans er on takin! an oath- 6N< it 'ust "e noted that I as reco!niEed as 9art& Whip on ;lections #anada,s e"site ithin that ti'e0fra'e) "ut i =ust did not !et a certificate sa&in! so-
*OTTOM 6IN&2 I !now this article 7uestions many thin#s but i ha'en/t as!ed a 7uestion yet
?rankl&, i,' entitled to !et an ans er in ritin! as to hether %arc %a&rand ill stand under this ne D## trust "& return e'ail 7D3 as stipulated at the "e!innin!, i de'and to receive an ans er in ritin! in /0da&s 1Nov- 11th2 "ecause this Office should have "een co'pliant ith '& last 300da& notice- 3he ans er to. LWho does %arc %a&rand hold :is alle!iance tooJ 0 can "e found in a file ca"inet in the #o''issioner,s Office-
*ut fran!ly the answer "resses on the heart [or the lac! thereof of 2 or 8 witnesses9
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