Episode 9 - The Right To Travel Part 2


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  • Barry Durmaz
    commented 2021-10-14 10:15:46 -0400
    Having Sir William Blackstone at one’s disposal is a significant resource of our common law history in North America. I’m not versed much in Canadian history, and unless I am mistaken, I recall you telling me something to the effect that Canada missed an opportunity when America claimed her independence in 1776.

    As the common law in America is our founding body of law to the protection of our lives, our liberties, and our properties, I gather a resurrection of the common law in Canada will throw off the yoke of anti-Christian bondage on the King’s land there.

    When it comes to public transportation, those agencies may likely have the right to set whatever rules they want for their employees, but not sure about passengers. The victory over these encroachments does begin with defining the distinction between public vs. private. This is an area of governance that is important to me. The lawyers have blurred the distinction between public and private. That is how Satan operates.

    Have you considered the use of your own bicycle as a back up? My family has experience living with bicycles for three years in Japan. It was a great experience.

    I recommend you search for an exemption such as religious exception.

    I have a friend in BC who wants to leave for America before the vaccine mandate goes into effect by the end of October. We are working with him to accomplish that.

    Good things are happening with all this upheaval of the state being an evil empire.
  • Satomi Hirano
    commented 2021-10-12 21:41:56 -0400
    I was impressed that you have a collection of Sir William Blackstone’s treatise on the common law of England and what you shared about your daughter’s court case. Canada must be under common law being a British subject. The internet search says, “The common law tradition applies throughout Canada in all matters of public law”. I wonder if this is common knowledge to most Canadian lawyers and how common law will apply to us Canadians especially in cases of mandatory vaccine? I just heard that all the Transit staff will need to be vaxxed as of Nov. 29th and are they getting ready to eventually have everyone who travels by Transit be vaccinated as I don’t drive and depend on Transit to get around?