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domestic terrorism;;;;;;;;
    Nemo me impune lacessit - No one provokes me with impunity
Friday, September 25, 2020
Service on one is service on all!
20200925 Notice – domestic terrorism In Canada affidavit
Issued to the [de facto] Federal, Provincial and Municipal Authorities and the Health, Judicial and Police Agencies of Canada
by the National Council of Common Law Assemblies (NCCLA)
A lawful de jure Court established by the People of Canada in Convention
BE ADVISED that you are in violation of PUBLIC SAFETY LAW NCCLA ORDER 09082020-A issued by the Council and the People in Lawful Assembly on September 8, 2020, namely
“Abolishing and Outlawing COVID Restrictions, Mandatory Vaccinations and other Unlawful, Unhealthy and Unwarranted Measures in our Community”.
YOU ARE HEREBY ORDERED to immediately cease and desist from requiring or imposing COVID regulations on anyone in Canada, including masking, social distancing, quarantining, mandatory testing and vaccinations, or other unwarranted, unhealthy, and unlawful measures. If you refuse to cease such unlawful measures, you will be charged with participating in a criminal conspiracy and assault against the people and will be subject to penalties and imprisonment on conviction by the Supreme Common Law Court of the Council.
This Public Safety Law No. 09082020-A is issued on September 8, 2020 by the National Council of Common Law Assemblies as the voice and will of the people. This Order has the full effect and force of the Law anywhere in Canada and will be enforced by the Sheriffs of the Council. Canadian police authorities must assist with such enforcement or be charged under the law with obstructing justice.
Authorized by the NCCLA within the lawful jurisdiction of the Republic of Kanata.

1.   other Unlawful, Unhealthy and Unwarranted Measures in our Community would include domestic terrorism by government, would it not?
2.  In Canada, section 83.01 of the Criminal Code defines terrorism as an act committed "in whole or in part for a political, religious or ideological purpose, objective or cause" with the intention of intimidating the public "
3.  WHEREAS Canadians and people everywhere are entitled to live their lives in peace, freedom and security [Anti-terrorism Act S.C. 2001, c. 41} would include none of the covid 19 bull dung we have been and are being expose to almost daily. Would it not?
4.  Isn’t all Unlawful, Unhealthy and Unwarranted Measures against the people an act of domestic terrorism by your de facto governments pretending to be de jure breaching, trust, duty, and oath of office?
5.  Discriminatory RCMP mask policy for bearded front-line officers 'shouldn't have happened': Trudeau
Is any government or bureaucrat claiming that is the only place where discriminatory mask policies are mandatory?
Is it not true that if I am not sick with covid 19 I have no reason to be wearing an oxygen depriving disease causing mask except for terrorist reasons?
Is that because medical masks for the public are being chipped with tracking devises which is why masks became mandatory months after the plandemic started
6.  Not that I vote in de facto elections, but Isn’t it illegal here in BC for the government of BRITISH COLUMBIA to elect to call a surprise election midterm and not give the opposition time to prepare?
7.  Ignorantia Juris non Excusat - Ignorance of the rule of law by your enumerated persons is not an excuse for protecting criminals and pedophiles!
8.  Maxim at law - UBERRIMA FIDES. Perfect good faith; abundant good faith. 2. This phrase is used to express that a contract between the public servants and bureaucrats and the sovereign indigenous individuals must be made in perfect good faith, concealing nothing.
9.  As agreed, you are public servants and bureaucrats, not the peoples “master” and therefore have no authority or jurisdiction to be committing high treason by continuing to act unlawfully as criminal pedophile protectors while the country is being overthrown
10.       Maxim at law - Ex debito justitiae - As a debt of justice; as a matter of lawful right. we must receive justice.
When you do not repel this as wrong within 72 hours when you can, you accept this as a “judgement in commerce” created 9/23/2020 as lawfully binding!
Public Notice Submission PN / 20 / 190255
Definitions of Terrorism

In Canada, section 83.01 of the Criminal Code[1] defines terrorism as an act committed "in whole or in part for a political, religious or ideological purpose, objective or cause" with the intention of intimidating the public "…with regard to its security, including its economic security, or compelling a person, a government or a domestic or an international organization to do or to refrain from doing any act." Activities recognized as criminal within this context include death and bodily harm with the use of violence; endangering a person’s life; risks posed to the health and safety of the public; significant property damage; and interference or disruption of essential services, facilities or systems.  It is useful to briefly contrast this definition with those adopted by other nations operating under law systems similar to that of Canada.  According to the British Terrorism Act (2006), terrorism refers to the use and threat of action "designed to influence the government or to intimidate the public or a section of the public" and "made for the purpose of advancing a political, religious or ideological cause."  Similar to the legal definition of terrorism in Canada, violence against people; damage to property; endangerment of life; and risks to the health or safety of the public are the key actions addressed within the Act. In the United States, terrorism is defined as consisting of activities that "involve acts dangerous to human life that are a violation of the criminal laws of the United States or of any State….intended to intimidate or coerce a civilian population; influence the policy of a government by intimidation; or…affect the conduct of a government by mass destruction, assassination, or kidnapping."  Finally, the legal definition of terrorism in the European Union can be found in the EU Framework Decision on Combating Terrorism (2002) which identifies terrorism as activities with the aim of "seriously intimidating a population, or; unduly compelling a government or international organisation to perform or abstain from performing any act, or; seriously destabilising or destroying the fundamental political, constitutional, economic or social structures of a country or an international organisation." Activities that may be deemed terrorist under this framework include attacks on people resulting in death, kidnapping or hostage taking and extensive destruction to a government or public facility.  Although it is widely acknowledged that attempts to establish a definition of terrorism that transcends various national borders have been largely unsuccessful (Staiger et al. 2008), the definitions presented clearly show that some consistency can be found in the various definitions employed by the governments of many Western democracies. Given these similarities, the approaches adopted by these governments toward the issue of victims of terrorism may provide some key insights on the various ways other governments can address the multiple issues that affect victims of terrorism.
Anti-terrorism Act

Anti-terrorism Act S.C. 2001, c. 41
Assented to 2001-12-18 [as in bijural]

An Act to amend the Criminal Code, the Official Secrets Act, the Canada Evidence Act, the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) Act and other Acts, and to enact measures respecting the registration of charities, in order to combat terrorism

WHEREAS Canadians and people everywhere are entitled to live their lives in peace, freedom and security;
WHEREAS acts of terrorism constitute a substantial threat to both domestic and international peace and security;
WHEREAS acts of terrorism threaten Canada’s political institutions, the stability of the economy and the general welfare of the nation;
WHEREAS the challenge of eradicating terrorism, with its sophisticated and trans-border nature, requires enhanced international cooperation and a strengthening of Canada’s capacity to suppress, investigate and incapacitate terrorist activity;
WHEREAS Canada must act in concert with other nations in combating terrorism, including fully implementing United Nations and other international instruments relating to terrorism;
WHEREAS the Parliament of Canada, recognizing that terrorism is a matter of national concern that affects the security of the nation, is committed to taking comprehensive measures to protect Canadians against terrorist activity while continuing to respect and promote the values reflected in, and the rights and freedoms guaranteed by, the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms;

AND WHEREAS these comprehensive measures must include legislation to prevent and suppress the financing, preparation, facilitation and commission of acts of terrorism, as well as to protect the political, social and economic security of Canada and Canada’s relations with its allies;

NOW, THEREFORE, Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, enacts as follows:

Short Title
Marginal note:Short title

1 This Act may be cited as the Anti-terrorism Act.

PART 1 Criminal Code
2 to 23 [Amendments]
Consequential Amendment
23.1 [Amendment]

PART 2 Official Secrets Act
24 to 30 [Amendments]
Consequential Amendments
31 to 42 [Amendments]

PART 3 Canada Evidence Act
43 and 44 [Amendments]
Consequential Amendments
45 and 46 [Amendments]

PART 4 Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) Act
47 to 75 [Amendments]
Consequential Amendments
76 to 86 [Amendments]

PART 5 Amendments to Other Acts
87 to 112 [Amendments]

PART 6 Registration of Charities — Security Information
113 The Charities Registration (Security Information) Act is enacted as follows:
[See Charities Registration (Security Information) Act]
Amendments to the Income Tax Act
114 to 118 [Amendments]

PART 7 Coordinating, Review and Commencement Provisions
Coordinating Amendments
119 to 144 [Amendments]

Review and Report
Marginal note:Review
145 (1) Within three years after this Act receives royal assent, a comprehensive review of the provisions and operation of this Act shall be undertaken by such committee of the Senate, of the House of Commons or of both Houses of Parliament as may be designated or established by the Senate or the House of Commons, or by both Houses of Parliament, as the case may be, for that purpose.

Marginal note:Report
(2) The committee referred to in subsection (1) shall, within a year after a review is undertaken pursuant to that subsection or within such further time as may be authorized by the Senate, the House of Commons or both Houses of Parliament, as the case may be, submit a report on the review to Parliament, including a statement of any changes that the committee recommends.

Coming into Force
Marginal note:Coming into force
Footnote *146 (1) Subject to subsection (2), the provisions of this Act, other than sections 1, 24, 25, 47, 48, 76 to 86 and 119 to 145, and the provisions of any Act that are enacted by this Act come into force on a day or days to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.

Marginal note:Part 6
(2) Part 6 comes into force on a day to be fixed by order of the Governor in Council.
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