Monday, April 1, 2019

RCMP's 'Mr. Big' taping method used by RCMP AG to catch a Mr. Big partisan clerk

These behind the scenes partisan players manipulating our elected Members of Parliament with their advise  ...  has to be stopped now.   Its a wonder that the RCMP haven't been involved already, or have they've been idling standing by, condoning the activities?

Is the status of retired Supreme Court of Canada Beverley McLachlin's gig in British Columbia, involving our very own partisan Clerk Craig James investigation, begs the question: Will she absolve any blame if its found that the BC Liberal Party's Speakers were ......

The Decline of Democracy and the Rule of Law:
How to Preserve the Rule of Law and Judicial Independence?
Remarks of the Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C.
Chief Justice of Canada

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The Trend Away From the Rule of Law

Question Two: What can we do about it?

1. We can educate the public and the politicians about what judicial independence means and why it is vital to our democracy and our social well-being.

The best antidote to the causes of the slippage of the rule of law is probably education – education geared at helping people understand the broad sweep of history and the importance of the rule of law and constitutional democracy of which an independent judiciary is a vital part.

More concretely, individuals and governments that respect the rule of law must speak out and act out against its weakening, whether in their own country or in other countries. .....................

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