Hello every One and welcome to the Magical Monday Motive A Sean Edition and I am most certainly motivated today! I [finally] received a response to My complaint with the city of Ottawa who have asserted in Writing that an individual does not have the right to revoke their consent to be governed, effectively asserting that Canadians are not the authority of government but are in fact indentured servants and bonded slaves.
I know, hard to believe, but True. For now, I am just going to share the official response from Kristine Haines-Chiarello and My first two responses which have been Posted to the following Page.
For those who don’t feel inclined to review Kristine’s response, here is My summary of her assertions:
Every point made in Your email to Me cites the Ontario Works Act and the contractual obligations of parties to that agreement. I understand this perfectly, I do not Wish for You to believe otherwise.
However, the constitution of Canada is also a legally binding contractual obligation and it is superior in jurisdiction and authority to the Ontario Works Act. If One contract trespasses upon another contractual obligation, the superior contract has the FORCE of law over the inferior jurisdiction. Canada’s constitutional obligations are superior to those of the Ontario Works Act. If the Ontario Works Act contains requirements that trespass upon contractual obligations of the federal government, they are NOT legally binding.
Similarly, if I AM a citizen of Canada (which is Your current belief), then Canada has obligations to Honour the rights of their citizens. International law is also superior to federal law. Canada has contracted with the U.N. to ensure the protection of Inherent Rights at the federal level.
Again, why do You believe that the OW contract IS legally binding while other contractual obligations made by Canada (and publicly disseminated on the international public record) are not?
These are the reasons why I feel Your response is both unreasonable and incorrect. You cannot say that one contract is legally binding while other contracts endorsed by the same [federal] institution (Canada) are not.
House of von Dehn,
Hand of Stephen,
Kingdom of God.
I frankly do not understand how Kristine can believe that the Ontario Works Act is a legally binding contractual obligation while asserting Ontario Works is not bound by Canada’s federal and international legal obligations. This Will be the cause for Me to file a claim with the Divisional Court for Judicial Review if Kristine does not provide a reasonable and correct explanation.
That’s all for now, though I do have some very ‘Good News’ to Present to You later this week (or possibly even today).
Love and Blessings,
How distressed am I to receive this response? Distressed enough to have the Motive A Sean to file a second complaint with the city of Ottawa.