Meet the Queen and Learn Some Important Facts About Canada

Elizabeth II greets NASA GSFC employees, May 8, 2007 edit.jpgThe Queen of Canada is the employer of all government officials and staff (including the viceroys, judges, members of the Canadian Forces, police officers, and parliamentarians),[n 14] the guardian of foster children (Crown wards), as well as the owner of all state lands (Crown land), buildings and equipment (Crown held property),[100] state owned companies (Crown corporations), and the copyright for all government publications (Crown copyright).[101] This is all in his or her position as sovereign, and not as an individual; all such property is held by the Crown in perpetuity and cannot be sold by the sovereign without the proper advice and consent of his or her ministers.

The monarch is at the apex of the Canadian order of precedence and, as the embodiment of the state, is also the locus of oaths of allegiance,[n 15][85][91][103][104] required of many of the aforementioned employees of the Crown

Voting in Canada is and always was a deception

Those running for election may ask you to vote for them as your representative but once they take the Oath “I, [name], do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Queen of Canada, Her Heirs and Successors. So help me God.” they do not and cannot represent anyone but the Queen/Crown. The Parliament and the Legislatures only exist to benefit the Queen/Crown.

The body of the reigning sovereign thus holds two distinct personas in constant coexistence: that of a natural-born human being and that of the state as accorded to him or her through law; the Crown and the monarch are “conceptually divisible but legally indivisible … [t]he office cannot exist without the office-holder”

The Above Applies to You

You are two distinct personas just like the Queen. Your “legal” status cannot exist without out the natural born man or woman. This system makes you a subject of the Queen/Crown.

Global Warming Climate Change Cult Proves They Have Small Brains

The Sequestration of Exhalation

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“In searching for a common enemy against whom we can unite, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like, would fit the bill. In their totality and their interactions these phenomena do constitute a common threat which must be confronted by everyone together. But in designating these dangers as the enemy, we fall into the trap, which we have already warned readers about, namely mistaking symptoms for causes. All these dangers are caused by human intervention in natural processes, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then is humanity itself.”

‘This ain’t Canada right now’: G20 police violated Charter rights, court rules

Editor:
Finally a little truth coming out about the G20 in Toronto in 2010. Actually the police were correct, to a point.Sgt. Mark Charlebois said “This ain’t Canada right now” What he should have said is Canada no longer exists. The G20 is where Prime Minister Harper declared “Its a loss of national sovereignty.” video here
About a year and a half after the G20 CBC called me asking for rights to a video then found on my You Tube. They said they were doing a serious piece on the G20. I offered the video of Harper and his declaration. CBC responded “oh that, that was unfortunate but we’re not interested.” The clip they wanted showed people sitting on the road singing O’ Canada. When the song ended the singers were overrun by riot police. I told CBC, run the Harper clip and you can use the clip of the singers. They contacted me again asking for the rights to the clip of the singers. I told CBC, no Harper no singers.Something is very wrong on these lands we call Canada.

Story from Toronto star

‘This ain’t Canada right now’: G20 police violated Charter rights, court rules

By targeting protesters for searches and not letting them proceed, York Police violated Charter rights in June 2010, the appeals court decides.

The altercation between protester Paul Figueiras and a group of York Region police on June 27, 2010, gained notoriety thanks to a video posted to YouTube in which Sgt. Mark Charlebois says: “This ain’t Canada right now … There is no civil rights here in this area.”

In his suit, Figueiras asked for no money, just a declaration that his rights had been breached.

Last year, a Superior Court judge denied his claim, but that ruling was overturned by a three judge Appeal Court panel in a decision released Monday.

“The actions taken by Sgt. Charlebois and his team were not reasonably necessary and had little, if any, impact in reducing threats to public safety, imminent or otherwise,” wrote Justice Paul Rouleau, on behalf of justices Katherine van Rensburg and Gladys Pardu. “The respondents violated Mr. Figueiras’s common law right to travel unimpeded on a public highway, and … they also violated his Charter right to freedom of expression.”

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Survival of Spaceship Earth

This rarely seen video  produced just before the 1972 United Nations Conference on the Human Environment  and 20 years before Rio 92 and Agenda 21. The propaganda machine was well underway convincing people overpopulation is the biggest problem threatening planet earth. The environmental movement and those behind it is the biggest threat. Earth in balance is their mantra – balancing resources with population…and guess what! According to them the earth is out of balance because there’s too many of us.  Today ever level of gov. is implementing  AGENDA 21.

“Global to Local”

Think about that..long and hard!

Credits:
Dirk Summers — Producer/Writer/Director
Hugh Downs — Narrator
Raymond Burr — Narrator
Rue McClanahan — Presenter
Margaret Mead — Actor
Maurice Strong — Actor
Barbara Ward — Actor/Writer
John D. Rockefeller III — Actor
Dr. Rene Dubos — Actor/Writer
Dr. Harrison Brown — Actor
Dr. Walter Orr Roberts — Actor
Ambassador Keith Johnson (Jamaica)
Ambassador Motoo Ogiso (Japan)
Russell T. Jordan — Science Advisor
John Holdren — Science Advisor/Writer
The Charles F Kettering Foundation / Supporter
The Alfred P Sloan Foundation / Supporter
The Atlantic Richfield Company/ Supporter
The George Gund Foundation / Supporter
The Tinker Foundation / Supporter

 

Defence Research and Development Canada


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The evolution of the next generation rifle prototype

Editor: Defence Research and Development Canada has visited this blog numerous times. Just lately, 3 times in one day. Not sure why they visit so often but there is some interesting information on their site you may wish to look at. Canadian Truths gets many visits from Gov. agencies (Federal, Provincial, County and Municipal) and (Universities, High Schools, Grade Schools and School Boards) but it seems somewhat peculiar why such an interest in the blog from Defence Research and Development Canada.

 

Canada needs to act on driverless cars, report warns

Editor: More UN/globalist dreams. Canada is a ”State” of the UN and all authority and political parties in “Canada” do the bidding of the UN and it many organizations. Harper stated “it’s a loss of national sovereignty” in 2010. At this point in time the UN is the real gov. of “Canada” and the provincial governments. The political parties are just acting on the UN/globalist policies. Time we all wake up and smell the stench of the globalist agenda.

Canada needs to act on driverless cars, report warns

Canada needs to move fast to clear the path to driverless vehicles and capitalize on their market potential, a report says.

BlackBerry’s QNX is one of the emerging superstars in the field of automated vehicles. Ford uses the software to run its in-car infotainment systems.<br />

BlackBerry’s QNX is one of the emerging superstars in the field of automated vehicles. Ford uses the software to run its in-car infotainment systems.

As the global auto and tech industries hurtle toward the driverless car of the future, Canada needs to move faster to clear obstacles in its path and capitalize on its market potential, an Ottawa-based think tank says.

Canada is beginning to lag in recognizing and preparing for the large impact this disruptive digital technology will have on our society, the Conference Board of Canada says in a report released January 2015.

An exception is Ontario, where Premier Kathleen Wynne has made autonomous vehicles one of the provincial transport minister’s priorities, according to according to Automated Vehicles: The Coming of the Next Disruptive Technology.

Failure to act could mean Canadian companies lose out on their fair share of the emerging global market for automated vehicles, the board warns, noting that BlackBerry’s QNX is one of the emerging superstars.

QNX, which already makes the software that runs in most of the world’s cars, is now partnering with Italy’s University of Parma VisLab4 to develop autonomous vehicle systems.

Apple Inc. has also reportedly talked to Canadian auto parts maker, Magna International Inc., about its plans for developing an electric car. The tech giant has reportedly toured a Magna plant in Graz, Austria, that can assemble a complete vehicle.

Both companies have declined to comment.

However, much more participation in this rapidly emerging field is needed for Canada to become a recognized leader, the report says.

“This report is intended to be a wake-up call for public and private policy- makers, who must act soon to keep Canada in the “game” of automated vehicles, the conference board says.

Driverless cars will be nothing less than the first widely available “autonomous robots” to be used by nearly everyone in the world’s advanced economies, the report says.

Most auto makers are already adding parallel parking assist and other automated features to their vehicles. They expect to have fully driverless models in their showrooms within five to 10 years, the report notes.

In some scenarios, self-driving vehicles have the potential to redraw the economic landscape, reducing traffic fatalities, congestion and smog, the report says.

Google Inc., for example, envisions a world in which fleets of driverless vehicles replace private cars, providing taxi-like services.

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