The Good News Journal, Volume XXIV: A Terrific Tuesday Edition for Teaching

Hello and happy Tuesday, world!  Being a King is not always fun and today I am faced with the task of addressing Jason Prevost, general manager of the Salvation Army one last time.  So, to add to the disclaimer of My last Post, I want to suggest that most or all of the individuals I have Writ Letters to are not Willfully Acting dishonourably, they just don’t know any better.

I took the morning off so I could dedicate My time to the task at [the King’s] Hand and even sought some private counsel earlier this morning, explaining that I really don’t want to make Jason look bad, I have no interest in Creating any kind of ‘smear’ campaign, yet I also can’t allow Jason to take Me for granted.  The Truth is, I haven’t done anything to make Jason look bad, he has brought everything upon himself – and that’s how the Common Law works.  Generally, a man Wishes to defend Claims against him that Stand to tarnish his character.  An uncontested Claim ‘Stands’ as fact in Law until it is disputed [with facts to support the counter-claim].

I have G-mail open in another window, Composing (like a Symphony Keeping Harmony with the Universe) My last Letter to Jason, revising My strategy as I share the process with You here.  I have to suggested that Jason Prevost has a Duty and responsibility to respond to My Letters and to take My determination to protect the Common Law and the rights and dignity of the Canadian People seriously.  That is a Claim.  Now, I must prove My Claim so that Jason can understand why I am compelled to proceed with legal Action against him.

could use Canada’s Constitution as many of the rights I Wish to defend are protected by Canada’s Constitution, but it is not near as inclusive as the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Freedoms.  Canada is bound to protect and uphold the Universal Charter as long as they are a member State of the U.N.  Should Canada revoke it’s membership with the United Nations, the United Nations would still provide a premise for international rights as an independent tribunal for non-member States (like My Self).

After much ado, here is My final Letter and Notice to Jason Prevost:

ATTENTION Jason Prevost,
Please be advised that Your failure to respond to My claims and/or resolve a bedbug epidemic currently plaguing the Salvation Army Booth Centre that have made for deplorable living conditions not worthy of human dignity and which stand to infect the entire city of Ottawa, have left Me no recourse but to proceed with legal action for Willful trespass upon the rights and dignity of the Canadian People and/or clients of the Salvation Army.
As a result of Your failure to resolve the concerns of My Letter, The Salvation Army Booth Centre is currently a liability, both for the city of Ottawa and to the clients subject to its indignant living conditions.
If I believed Your management style is a reflection of the Salvation Army’s corporate policies, the staff You preside over and/or corporate mission statement, then My Claims would be against the Salvation Army.  As I feel Your attitude, failure to dignify My letter of complaint with a reply, and Willful determination to withhold resources I know to be available to You that I have requested to assist Me in accomplishing My goals is NOT a reflection of the Salvation Army’s Mission Statement and/or the organization as a whole, My Claim for trespass upon the rights and dignity of the Canadian People Will be against You, Jason Prevost, the individual, not the Salvation Army.
Should You Seek the protections of the Salvation Army’s legal department, then it Will be presumed that the Salvation Army supports Your Willful determination to trespass upon the rights of its clients and/or the People of Canada, and that Your determination to cover up a bed bug epidemic that puts the city of Ottawa at risk of infection is supported by The Salvation Army’s corporate policies and part of their mandate.
“It is essential, if man is not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that human rights should be protected by the Rule of Law.” – U.D.H.R. General Assembly Resolution Act, 17A
The ‘Rule of Law’ is Founded in the belief in God as Supreme Authority, and of the equal and inalienable rights and dignity of the human person.
Rights have Supreme authority and jurisdiction over man-made laws.  A man made law is the ‘colour of law’, and does not have the power of law to trespass on a [God Given] right.
Now, Therefore THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY proclaims THIS UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction.
According to the United Nations, recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world.
I’m going to go out on a limb here and suggest that Your lack of attention and negligence with respect to the concerns outlined in My letters do not reflect the opinions and attitudes of The Salvation Army as a whole, and I Will be recommending You be removed from Your position for a more favourable character that reflects the Salvation Army’s Mission Statement and corporate policies.
Notice to agent is notice to principal, notice to principal is notice to agent.
Without prejudice,
King Sean,
House of von Dehn,
Hand of Stephen,
Kingdom of God
And, although I did not get a chance to set up My easel and canvas this morning, I did manage to complete another work yesterday.  And that’s Your ‘Good’ News for today. 😉
Kurt Cobain



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