No Government in Canada Protects Human Rightslast revised October 4, 2019
Adhesion contract/Affidavit of truthFriday, September 8, 2017, I had an enumerated class of subject known as a frontline person tell me, what and who I am, in violation of my human right to self determination.
What I had determine as is my human right this fiction told me I was wrong about! Apparently, I am a slave or in servitude to this clown, because “it” made it clear that he/she was the only one who could make that determination about me. I had nothing to say about it!
When challenged it just repeated itself. Resulted in a Notice to the Attorney General[s].
This fiction did something that most do not! Both times, it was in writing. I do love a fiction with a god complex who unknowingly put both feet in their mouths.
Statutory government give every appearance that they do have but they do not have the authority over people and do not want anyone telling you different!
Statutory government give themselves, as enumerated classes of subject civil rights and privileges and deceptively calling them “human rights” too!No Government in Canada protects the imprescriptible Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of the people!
Statutory governments only give the fraudulent appearance that it protects the imprescriptible Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms of the people under international law!
No one in Canada has any actual inherent human rights protected by The Constitution and international law protected by any statutory administrative government!
NO unfounded and unconstitutional administrative statutory court or tribunal can lawfully hear an actual human rights matter, but they do anyway use frivolous documents, rules and regulations.
No one who is not an enumerated class of subject, statutory person is bound to obey an unconstitutional law and no courts are bound to enforce it. "All codes, rules, and regulations are for government authorities only, not human/Creators in accordance with God's laws. All codes, rules, and regulations are unconstitutional and lacking due process…" -- Rodriques v. Ray Donavan.Ignorance of the law is no excuse for any government enumerated class of subject for trespassing on the rights of someone who is not an enumerated class of subject, statutory person or resident.