What is Canada? – Let’s end the Confusion

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I apologize if I have covered this before but there seems to be many people out in Canada who still believe that Canada is one hundred percent independent from the UK, in particular, the Queen.     Many argue she is just a figure head with no power here.  I have heard the argument over and over.   It simply isn’t true, and I am baffled at why people think otherwise.

I have a theory that fifty percent of the population has been dumb down by drugs, media, and the chemicals in the water.   That is the only explanation of the mass upsurge in ignorance and idiocy in the general public.   I heard once that if you see a really dumb person, that half the population is dumber than that, and I am beginning to believe that theory.

However, let me get back on to the subject.   What is Canada?  Is it really independent?   The answer is no.  We are part of the commonwealth, and the Queen does have authority.  She however, shares her authority. This doesn’t mean she is a figurehead, it means she has chosen to give authority to others to act on her behalf.  That is an entirely different thing than not having any authority at all.

Let me put this into context.    The Crown Corporation (Government of Canada) was created by her ancestors, and yes it is a corporation.   It’s actually listed as a Corporation Sole for those willing to look that up.   The ruling monarch owns it.   Now, when you own a corporation and it is a corporation sole, and want to leave the day to day operations to leave you free to pursue other interests or oversee other corporations that you or your family started, you hire a CEO.   That person is given almost the same authority as the founder/owner of the company.  They can make the big decisions as the representative of the owner.   This doesn’t mean the owner doesn’t have any say.  They can at any time come in and tell that CEO what direction or even approve or disapprove of any rules the company makes for it’s people.

This is what is happening with Canada.  The queen has appointed a CEO who’s public title is Governor General.   The other reason the title is named this way is because the Queen has authority over some parts of the military and has full authority over the RCMP (Royal Canadian Mounted Police).   If the governor general chooses, they can dispatch the Mounties anywhere to uphold any laws.

If you need proof of the governor general’s role, or title, all you have to do is read the Governor General Act (Canada) found here:   http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/G-9/page-1.html

Under line 2 of the act it states:

Corporation sole

 The Governor General of Canada or other chief executive officer or administrator carrying on the Government of Canada on behalf and in the name of the Sovereign, by whatever title designated, is a corporation sole.

This means the office as well as the title is also a corporation sole, but it names him/her as the CEO of the government.

Anyone who has run a business, studied business, knows the basics and knows that a corporation sole is owned by one person.   That person in this case is always the queen.   They have that authority.

Now something that some have said to me is she has zero authority to sign any laws into effect.   Again  this is not true. It seems, like she doesn’t, because in or commoner ways, we don’t see her do this, and with many stupid people out there, if they don’t see the evidence with their own eyes then it isn’t true.

Here is the evidence:  Constitution Act of 1982

http://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/Const/page-16.html#docCont

Section 41:

Amendment by unanimous consent

 An amendment to the Constitution of Canada in relation to the following matters may be made by proclamation issued by the Governor General under the Great Seal of Canada only where authorized by resolutions of the Senate and House of Commons and of the legislative assembly of each province:

  • (athe office of the Queen, the Governor General and the Lieutenant Governor of a province;

  • (b) the right of a province to a number of members in the House of Commons not less than the number of Senators by which the province is entitled to be represented at the time this Part comes into force;

  • (c) subject to section 43, the use of the English or the French language;

  • (d) the composition of the Supreme Court of Canada; and

  • (e) an amendment to this Part.

This means the queen has to be part of the approval process to the Constitution act.  She can veto it, if she doesn’t want it.

There are other previous versions, during my research I found many that have been changed, since the foundation of the Dominion.    They have removed some chartered rights, such as the right not to have arbitrary search and seizure.  The current charter is a pale comparison to what was there before.

All these have been approved by the Queen or her representative.   When an act is created from scratch, it must go through several steps in order for it to be approved into existence.   The final approval comes from the Governor General.  He acting as the Queen’s agent signs that the new act into law.    He also approves any changes to existing acts.

So to summerize, the Queen is the head of Canada.  Canada being the Government, or rather to be more precise, the Crown Corporation of Canada.   A corporation sole.    She has the authority over some of the military, the RCMP.   The government sends her tithe money, and holds the lands in trust, managing them for her.

This is something many people have forgotten.    Please share and don’t forget.

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