National Sovereignty -Canada’s No. 1 Issue?

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National Sovereignty is “The” Most Pressing Issue For Canadians

by Alex

The landscape has been changing even more in recent years. Who governs your country, and what agenda they have matters. But that divide is not what we have been led to believe.

It is not Left v.s. Right. Rather,It is Globalist v.s. Nationalist

A Nationalist believes that their country should remain sovereign, and that the citizens should be responsible for determining its destiny. There will be differences of opinions, yes, but the belief is still that citizens should be in charge of their future. The culture, language, heritage and traditions should remain intact. Control should lie with elected representatives of a Federal Parliament/Congress.

A Globalist believes that national sovereignty should be eroded or stopped altogether in the name of “the greater good”. This ideology rejects any sort of distinctive national identity, and promotes world government/1-world vision ideals. The needs and interests of host nations are obstacles to be overcome, and a global body should determine what is best for everyone. 
If you think your Federal representatives don’t look after your interests, do you think Global reps would do any better?

There is not a single administration in Canada that is responsible for this. Successive governments have implemented UN and Globalists ideas for over 50 years now. It is death by a thousand cuts.

Across the Western World, so called “Conservative” parties implement much the same policies as Liberals. They just aren’t as gung ho when selling them to the people.

To name a few:

UN Global Migration Compact-UN Agenda 21/2030

UN Digitial Cooperation (Internet Regulation)

UN Religious Defamation (Blasphemy Ban)

UN Paris Accord (Carbon Taxes)

UN Global Citizenship Initiative

UN Gender Agenda

Much of the work on my site, Canuck Law, has been to draw attention to what is happening. Globalist forces are piece by piece taking away our freedoms and autonomy.

In addition to writing about this topic, I took action in a different way: going to court (3 times now).

Challenge to the UN Global Migration Compact:

As was reported, I went to Calgary on December 6, 2018 in an attempt to file a legal challenge to it being implemented.

 The short version of events is this, after some back and forth, the Federal Court Judge threw out the case (and awarded $500 in court costs). Although numerous grounds were cited in the reasons, one important thing stands out.

THE FEDERAL COURT RULED THAT THE United Nations Global Migration Compact WAS NEVER INTENDED TO BE A BINDING LEGAL CONTRACT. 

Many of us were worried that signing this agreement would become a sort of “soft law”, which legally binding future decisions could then be based off of. In a sense, leaving the Compact unchallenged would the worst . But now that a Court has ruled it’s not binding, that “should” put a stop to it.

There are 2 other matters pending:

1/ Attempting to close the loophole in the Canada/US Safe 3rd Country Agreement. Canada and the US recognize each other as safe countries. Therefore, people attempting asylum claims should not be able to “shop” around, but claim asylum in the first country they reach. However, due to poor wording, it seems to not apply if they cross anywhere other than an official port.

2/ Although still in the proposal stages, hundreds of high ranking officials within UN supporting countries are floating the ideal of a UN Parliamentary Assembly, or Global Government. Obviously, Canada will have no control over its own interests if we joined such a group. Canada would be just 1 of 193 nations (and hold 0.5% of voting rights).

It will be interesting to see how those turn out.
Regardless, Canadians do need to wake up to what is happening around them. We don’t have a country, if we cannot control our borders, immigration, laws, or domestic policies.

I openly advocate leaving the UN (see https://canucklaw.ca/canada-should-leave-the-un-the-masterlist/). As more and more Canadians become aware, this opinion will certainly grow.

UN and Globalism Links
(1) <a href=”https://www.icj-cij.org/en“>UN International Court of Justice</a>
(2) <a href=”https://refugeesmigrants.un.org/sites/default/files/180713_agreed_outcome_global_compact_for_migration.pdf“>UN Global Migration Compact</a>
(2a) <a href=”https://sdg.iisd.org/news/cities-adopt-declaration-for-global-compact-on-migration/“>Cities Compact for Global Migration (2017)</a>
(3) <a href=”https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/mandate/policies-operational-instructions-agreements/agreements/safe-third-country-agreement/final-text.html“>Canada/US Safe 3rd Country Agreement</a>, and see <a href=”https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/corporate/mandate/policies-operational-instructions-agreements/agreements/safe-third-country-agreement.html“>HERE</a>
(4) <a href=”https://en.unpacampaign.org/proposal/“>Proposed UN Parliament/World Gov’t</a>
(4a) <a href=”http://dietz-verlag.de/downloads/leseproben/0492.pdf“>Mein Kampf 2.0 (in German)</a>
(5) <a href=”https://www.fsmgov.org/paris.pdf“>Paris Accord</a>
(5a) <a href=”http://www.un.org/en/climatechange/“>UN Climate Change Agenda</a>
(6) <a href=”https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-18.7/page-1.html“>The Multiculturalism Act</a>
(7) <a href=”https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-29/“>Can. Citizenship Act (birth tourism)</a>
(8) <a href=”https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/news/2017/06/bill_c-6_receivesroyalassent0.html“>Bill C-6 (citizenship for terrorists)</a>
(8a) <a href=”https://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-tuesday-edition-1.4884043/canada-has-a-legal-obligation-to-repatriate-citizens-who-left-to-fight-for-isis-says-un-rapporteur-1.4884562“>UN Supports Repatriation For Terrorists</a>
(9) <a href=”http://www.ourcommons.ca/Parliamentarians/en/members/Iqra-Khalid(88849)/Motions?documentId=8661986%2520“>M-103 (Iqra’s Blasphemy Motion)</a>
(9a) <a href=”http://ap.ohchr.org/documents/E/HRC/resolutions/A_HRC_RES_7_19.pdf“>2008 UN Vote to ban blasphemy (worldwide)</a>
(10) <a href=”https://canucklaw.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/economic.update.2018.pdf“>$595M bribery of journalists, Pg40</a>
(11) <a href=”https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/content/documents/Agenda21.pdf“>UN Agenda 21 (June 1992)</a>
(12) <a href=”https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/content/documents/21252030%20Agenda%20for%20Sustainable%20Development%20web.pdf“>UN Agenda 2030 (September 2015)</a>
(13) <a href=”https://en.unesco.org/themes/gced“>UN Global Citizenship Education</a>
(14) <a href=”http://www.un.org/en/digital-cooperation-panel/“>UN Internet Governance</a>
(15) <a href=”https://www.un.org/esa/forests/“>UN Forum on Forests</a>
(16) <a href=”https://unhabitat.org/collection/urban-development-and-management/“>UN Urban Development Agenda</a>
(17) <a href=”https://www.un.org/development/desa/indigenouspeoples/wp-content/uploads/sites/19/2018/11/UNDRIP_E_web.pdf“>UN Decl. On Rights Of Indigenous People</a>
(18) <a href=”https://www.ohchr.org/en/hrbodies/ccpr/pages/gc36-article6righttolife.aspx“>UN Right to Life, Article 6, Right To Life</a>
(18a) <a href=”https://www.ohchr.org/Documents/HRBodies/CCPR/GCArticle6/GCArticle6_EN.pdf“>UN Comment 36, Right to Abortion Para 9</a>
(19) <a href=”http://www.un.org/en/gender-inclusive-language/“>UN Gender &amp; Language Agenda</a>
(20) <a href=”https://www.un.org/en/sections/issues-depth/democracy/index.html“>UN Democratic Agenda</a>
(21) <a href=”https://sustainabledevelopment.un.org/partnership/partners/?id=8095“>UN &amp; MasterCard SDA Partnership</a>
(22) <a href=”https://lawyerswithoutborders.org/“>UN consulting firm Lawyers Without Borders</a>
(23) <a href=”https://www.un.org/preventing-sexual-exploitation-and-abuse/“>UN &amp; Sexual Abuse/Exploitation</a>
(24) <a href=”https://iclei.org“>ICLEI – Local Gov’t For Sustainability</a>
(25) <a href=”http://www.un.org/en/development/desa/population/publications/ageing/replacement-migration.asp“>UN Promotes Replacement Migration Throughout 1st World</a>
(26) <a href=”https://www.weforum.org“>World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland</a>
(27) <a href=”http://www.sdg.org/#about“>UN SDG (Agenda 21/2030) Data Hub</a>
(28) <a href=”http://big.assets.huffingtonpost.com/JBSBooklet.pdf?fbclid=IwAR13sjxSI-XtFsnJRc5o3iumz6YlMIFkmQDocUkknNFYlptoW3UC5GxXbg4“>Agenda 21 Book (Cut Freedoms, Very Honest)</a>
(29) <a href=”https://www.congress.gov/bill/116th-congress/house-resolution/109/text“>Ocasio-Cortez H-Res 109, Green New Deal</a>
(29a) <a href=”https://web.archive.org/web/20190207191119/https:/ocasio-cortez.house.gov/media/blog-posts/green-new-deal-faq“>Green New Deal FAQ</a>

BIG COUNTRY + SMALL POPULATION = UNIQUE ECONOMIC NEEDS

As we all know, this great country of ours has one of the largest land masses of any nation on earth. We are also one of the least populous of all the developed nations of the world. These two factors create the need for certain conditions to be in place, to ensure that Canada’s economy works well for us all. These conditions relate to taxation, energy costs, and, most importantly of all, the value of money itself.

We need to have the lowest possible rates of taxation — that is, we must strive for a system in which each level of government collects only enough tax revenue to fund its current operations ( according to its Constitutional duties ), and no more. We must also strive for an equality of taxation, so that no one pays tax until he or she has earned enough to provide the basic necessities of life for themselves and their dependents, and that once that cost-of-living threshold is exceeded, every person pays at the same rate. Penalizing people for hard work and success is just as wrong as extracting it from those who cannot even meet their basic needs ; both practices must be ended, and never again must they be inflicted on the Canadian people. This is one of those things that sounds obvious, that hardly needs to be said out loud, or written down. And yet, when we observe the current situation. . .

A geographically large country, naturally, means large distances for the transport of raw materials, goods, and people. We also are frequently cursed with cold winters, and blessed with hot summers. And so, affordable energy — gasoline and diesel and jet fuel for transport, heating oil, natural gas, propane, electricity, and yes, coal for heating and cooling our homes and workplaces, and for powering industry — is not only desirable but essential to our well-being, physically as well as economically. This, again, would seem to be an obvious truth, a “no-brainer” in modern parlance. And yet. . .

The third essential condition for a broadly healthy Canadian economy, and one so important that it trumps all others, is a strong, stable currency. Strong, because a country of thirty-five million or so will never achieve the economies of scale of a country like our neighbor to the south, say, with its 350 million-plus people! Therefore we need our pay and our savings to be denominated in a currency that is at least equal in value to the US dollar, preferably higher. Remember that everything we buy is priced in US dollars, whether we realize it or not. A weakened Loonie artificially raises our cost of living above the requirements of reality. Stable because the weakening ( debasement ) of a nation’s currency is the most insidious and destructive form of taxation known to man. In fact, a government that has intentionally and with forethought debased/devalued its currency has committed and act of treason, or at the very least, common theft, against its people. Currency debasement ( more politely and misleadingly called “inflation” ) destroys the value of a human being’s labor ; her ingenuity ; his thrift. And what are those three things, after all — except the bedrock of a truly healthy economy, the most basic tools by which each of us can earn our living, and support ourselves and our families? So then, clearly the need for a strong, stable Loonie is something that, once again, should go without saying. And yet. . . And yet.

Currently, none of these vital conditions are in place. Canadian individuals and businesses alike are subject to a myriad of taxes, often at rates that would make a neighborhood loan shark green with envy. Energy costs are artificially inflated through hidden ( and unnecessary ) taxes, excessive regulation, and a mindless devotion to fanciful pseudoscientific theories, often quite openly. And as for the poor old Canadian dollar, well. . . keeping the Loonie artificially depressed has become pretty much the default position for all the alleged divisions of the political-bureaucratic complex — mainly because it is very lucrative for a very small subset of the population, the subset that contributes large sums to political parties, has connections and clout inside those parties, and can be counted on to provide high-paying-do-nothing jobs to retired politicians. The net effect of this is that ninety-five percent or more of the Canadian public is systematically impoverished for the benefit of a relative handful of insiders. Does that sound like good policy to you?

All of this must be changed, and changed soon. None of the old-guard parties will do anything substantial or even noticeable in these areas, no matter what their election-time rhetoric might be ; a casual glance at recent history will tell anyone that. No, we need to take a new direction. The road less traveled, as it were. We need a fresh approach in this country, and that approach is the People’s Party of Canada led by Maxime Bernier.

And that, as it were, will make all the difference.