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Are all Canadians covered by the charter?
What if members of the free society in Canada with imprescriptible rights do not fall under the charter of rights and freedoms in statute created courts?
The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it, subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free as well as democratic society.
·         What if the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms in statute created courts is interpreted for the exclusive use of the people who are in that Democratic Society of the Province of British Columbia? The free Canadians living in British Columbia already had their rights protected under the original part of the Constitution Act 1867 but didn’t know it, and also do not understand they are in a court that lacks the proper jurisdiction over them.
·         People with imprescriptible rights who are not enumerated in section 91 and 92 of the Constitution act are not subject to such reasonable limits as are prescribed by law in the democratic society mentioned in the charter of rights and freedoms in bijural Canada.
·         Wouldn’t that make any decisions reached in any court not specifically named in the Constitution, like statutory courts, irrelevant to someone who is not enumerated as a class of subject under section 91 or 92 of the Constitution act.
·         For us to use the charter or any of the decisions reached in their courts would most likely be seen as us leaving the inherent jurisdiction and entering theirs.
Quote from the charter and the decisions without naming your source and get them to prove your position is wrong! When they try, call them on it! Perjury causing damages. Is it not true that in your democratic society “quote their decision without naming it” so you are not walking into their jurisdiction while doing so!
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