Monday, 12 August 2019

'BANANA REPUBLIC'

Lawless Nations are Branded with a not-so-pleasant name of 'BANANA REPUBLIC'.
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When does a nation that refuses to defend its 'laws of the land' start to take on the mantle of 'BANANA REPUBLIC'?
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Canadian Society is facing an ever increasing assault on 'Rights and Freedoms'. 
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We are fighting the government in all its corrupt forms
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As an example, the attack on our property rights starts at the very top of government. If the government was upholding property rights or all 'laws of the land' we would NOT be in this fight. It is the responsibility of the government to fight for our 'Rights and Freedoms'! 
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We have an agency called the 'Attorney General's Office' in place, supposedly to uphold our laws including property rights! 
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However, it now appears that the Attorney General’s office is there to protect government; not to investigate criminal activity perpetrated by the government.
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When we go into court to defend our property rights or any corruption of government including their empire building agencies the Attorney General's Office will be standing against us! 
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The very fight for our rights is inherently political, and as has been said, everything is political and all politics is local. 
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Our fight falls under our 'Charter of Rights and Freedoms', and those responsible to uphold our 'Rights and Freedoms' must be held politically responsible. 
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Many of our efforts will likely end up in the supreme court where the decision will be above the provincial level. 
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Necessity dictates that the fight is on two fronts; one is in the courts of law where very few will learn of the outcome and the other is in the court of public opinion where those shirking their duty must face a fully aware public.
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It is not the job of the Citizen to fight for 'Rights and Freedoms. It is up to The Attorney General to uphold the law!
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News Alert Niagara's only effort is to raise the alarm and that is exactly what we are doing.




 Don't forget to support the Constitutional Challenge on Private Property Rights


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