Parents have NO RIGHTS.... ONLY RESPONSIBILITIES....
Parents' Rights now gone with my Homosexual Marriage bill"
Contact & Friendly Parent Rule has to go to conform
to Judicial Practice, or Judges may be held in criminal BREACH OF TRUST"
the ideas that the State assigns
Responsibilities to it's Citizen is straight from pre-war Nazi
Germany. Under the British system rights are not
State-given, but God Given.
into the Court's position that what rights remain are Children's Rights,
is buying into the same position that "<Natural> Parents have no
rights", and Canadian Children are at birth the property of the Courts.
Ask a lawyer what "Common Law" is and they will
likely tell you it is
"Judge Made Law", and expand up this to say
"Common Law is whatever the Judges are commonly saying these days".
completely FALSE. The Judges are Agents of the Crown
and they BY DEFINITION Judges
are WITHOUT CAPACITY to make any law whatsoever. Since
1649, only PARLIAMENT
has the Capacity to make Law.
British Common law was NOT created by Judges, it was only observed
and documented by individuals sent out by the newly Norman Crown after
Norman Conquest of 1066 to observe and codify the laws and
customs of the various peoples of Britain.. This was done with a
view to aggregate existing customs which may vary across the land,
into a unified body of Laws. The Authority quoted by the Commoners
in their administration of
Common Law were frequently direct quotations from the
Bible and principles
The process of documentation took only a couple of
hundred years, and the product was a STATIC body of Law which was
historical, popular, and has served in the intervening centuries as a
Benchmark against which
Statutory Law may be measured for "Fairness".
It does NOT change.
Svend Robinson (right) cries while being supported by his partner
Max Riveron. Robinson claimed "stress" caused him to steal
the jewelry he intended to give his boyfriend. Robinson continues
to practice law in BC following a deal cut with his
Bill C250 added Homosexuals to the super class of groups in Canada's
retarded "Hate Law". who
can destroy in Criminal Court regular Canadians for exercising
Even France has rejected Homo-marriage (preferring
France's homosexuals to emigrate to Canada?!). International societies
of Women Judges & Lawyers appear to have designated Canada as the
globe's Homosexual habitat of choice:
Meijers Latest news about globalizing Homo-Marriage & Homo-Parenting;
Coming up: 26-29 June 2005, Toronto, Canada, the conference of the
International Lesbian and Gay Law Association (ILGLaw),
Fabian Society, Communitarian
"Wolves in Sheep's' Clothing"
Globalizing National Socialism (Nazism) since 1884
In June 1989,
Gisele Marie Goudreault, 46 disobeyed a court order to hand her son
Orey over to his father, Rod Steinmann of Ponoka, who had been awarded
custody. She fled with the boy to Mexico and lived there for four months
before moving to California. ... Justice Peter Martin condemned
which prevented Orey and his father from being together during the
child's formative years. "They had the right to know and
love each other. "That possibility was totally and irrevocably
destroyed," Martin said. "What this woman did to this man and this
child is every parent's nightmare."2004-02-19
US teen 'discovers own kidnap', BBC
In 2010 US Will Break
Into Six Parts (Russian Professor Igor Panarin)
-- A professor at the diplomatic academy of Russia's Ministry of
Foreign Affairs said the U.S. will break into six parts because
of the nation's financial crisis. "The dollar isn't
secured by anything," Igor Panarin said in an interview
transcribed by Russian newspaper Izvestia today. "The country's
foreign debt has grown like an avalanche; this is a pyramid,
which has to collapse." Panarin said in the
interview that the financial crisis will worsen, unemployment
will rise and people will lose their savings -- factors that
will cause the country's breakup. "Dissatisfaction is
growing, and it is only being held back at the moment by the
elections, and the hope" that President- elect Barack Obama "can
work miracles," he said. "But when spring comes, it will be
clear that there are no miracles." Article Link:
The 2010 Annual Meeting of the Bretton
Woods Committee was held on February 26, 2010 at the World Bank
Headquarters in Washington, DC. Attendees heard from the heads
of the Bretton Woods Institutions and the Secretary-General of
the OECD during
the morning plenary, followed by a luncheon with a panel
Bill Frenzel, Co-Chair of the Committee, provided opening
remarks for the meeting and introduced Pascal Lamy, Director
General of the World Trade Organization.
Speaking via video conference, Director General Pascal Lamy
spoke about the role of the WTO in global economic cooperation.
The WTO constitutionally recognizes that trade must ensure
growth, expansion, and quality of life.
main portfolio of the WTO consists of rule making, rule
enforcing, capacity building, and research. In all four
aspects, the WTO is interconnected with the rest of the system.
Rule Making includes issues relating to tariffs,
subsidies, intellectual property rights, and government
interference, among others. These are examples of explicit
linkages that mandate international organizations.
Rule enforcement looks at creating a balance between
private and public interest, and is playing an increasingly
important role as the world exits the crisis. <This
is where your Sovereignty is lost and an international "global"
Courts get created, demanding fees and taxes to sustain their
Super-National Class of Bureaucrats. This is also the
mechanism by which an otherwise local (national) economic /
currency catastrophe grows to global proportions. To avoid
the "Domino Effect" individual blocks (nations) must be
sufficiently separated to stand / fall on their own. This
Global Regulation and Enforcement kills individual initiative in
problem solving and makes it impossible for Sovereign Nations to
learn from each others experiments, successes, and failures.
It ensure an ALL or NOTHING outcome which certainly in time be a
NOTHING.... a GLOBAL NOTHING! >
Capacity Building has recently been expanded to include a
program specific to targeting the development process that would
concentrate the efforts of the World Bank,
WHO, IMF, and
WTO in developing
Research projects by the WTO are cross organizational by
nature and will continue to build relationships and partnerships
with other Bretton Woods and multilateral institutions.
Following a Q&A session with Lamy, the Committee's newest
Co-Chair, Jim Wolfensohn, introduced World Bank President,
Robert Zoellick, to the podium to speak about the role of the
World Bank during the global recovery and how to modernize
World Bank President Robert Zoellick noted that though a
double-dip global recession looks increasingly unlikely in the
future, there are still potential problems that everyone should
be aware of when moving forward out of the crisis. There is
still a sense of uncertainly and no forward market for positive
expectations, and the re-pricing of foreign credit risk and
running through credit market liquidity is one such area that
must not crowd out the private sector.
Interestingly, this has also changed the future of business
response and investment, as it becomes clear that developing
countries are leading the recovery. Cross border exchanges used
to be limited to North-South partnerships, but now South-South
partnerships have increased in frequency, and even South-North
connections are emerging. These developments have encouraged key
players to go where the capital is. After the crisis, it was
made clear that there is no risk-free zone. Investors have now
turned to tapping the potential in developing countries.
In addition to its work with the global recovery, the World Bank
has moved to rectify criticisms of the limited transparency to
its work by improving access to information in a manner similar
to the United States' Freedom of Information Act. The
traditional lending schema used to be an investment loan but did
not monitor the loans very carefully, nor was risk thoroughly
calculated. The World Bank has used its matrix of knowledge and
learning in specific regions, but not yet across regions.
Sharing information and knowledge is very important in
networking and spreading responsibility. The Bank must also be
flexible with its short term contracts, and open to change based
Richard Debs, Committee Chairman, then presented Managing
Director of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique
Strauss-Kahn, to speak about the IMF's evolving role in
international financial stability.
Managing Director Dominique Strauss-Kahn explained that the Fund
has adopted an overarching aim of promoting economic stability
and supporting peace and progress. At present, the bulk of the
Fund's efforts are devoted at country level, so the IMF needs
clearer mandates and new ideas for procedures for a world ready
for a more systemic vision. The new approach developed at the
G20 Spring Meeting is contingent on successful and routine
multilateral surveillance that would encompass the already
existing bilateral framework and that would work to greatly
improve surveillance in major countries.
In looking at the response to the crisis, it is important to
note that some key emerging market economies turn to their Fed,
thus indicating a willingness of liquidity support. The IMF's
role would be relegated as a stopgap measure with the revamped
lending framework to low income countries. The Fund would do as
the G20 asked with a 0% rate lending and a reevaluation in 2012.
It would provide low income countries insurance against climate
change, security issues and so forth; potentially becoming a
very strong stabilizing force guarding against shocks.
The crisis response and monitoring has yet to address governance
reform, and in this aspect the Fund must make progress. This can
be done by shifting economic reality to match those of emerging
countries and improving legitimacy within these countries on a
Jim Orr, Executive Director of the Committee, introduced
Secretary-General of the OECD, Angel Gurría, as the final
speaker of the morning plenary. The Secretary-General spoke
about the OECD as a hub for global issues and best policy
Via video conferencing, Secretary-General Angel Gurría explained
how the OECD facilitates the exchange of expertise in public
policy and is an example of the shape that international
cooperation may take to help governments to solve their own
problems. Local and global agendas reinforce each other in
helping to promote best practices, and the OECD extracts the
analysis behind these discussions and converts them into policy
recommendations in an effort to influence policy agenda.
has been reaching out in its efforts to be more inclusive with
the additions of Chile, Russia, and Israel to its member ranks.
It has also created a new category for emerging markets that may
be ready to join member ranks in the near future. As part of its
new efforts, the OECD delivered its own economic review and even
questioned the quality of practices that are currently working.
It has also been developing regional programs in the Middle
East, Latin America, and South Asia with the intent of
facilitating mutual learning.
In the future, there needs to be an increase in global policy
coherence, and the Secretary General encouraged the cross
pollination of the World Bank, World Trade Organization, the IMF
and others to improve cooperation. We should not increase in new
bureaucracy, but rather should focus on strengthening current
Following the morning plenary, Annual Meeting participants sat
down to lunch and listened to a panel discussion about managing
the dangerous imbalances in the global economy. Jim Orr
moderated the panel.
Angelos Pangratis, Chargé d'Affaires a.i. / Acting Head of
Delegation, Delegation of the European Union to the US gave a
European perspective to the panel. He defined European Union
principles drawn from the crisis as: Withdrawal must wait,
fiscal sustainability and sustainable recovery are of paramount
importance, and different situations and circumstances require
differentiated methods of exit.
The uniqueness of the EU comes from its balance between acting
as a state without assuming the full responsibility of replacing
a national government. In addition, the EU approach has defined
only the process and not the destination based on evaluation,
reaction, and response. Thus, the EU is able to avoid major
crises and consolidate gains. Of most importance is the
fundamental idea of responding to any difficult situation with
solidarity and balance.
Matthew Bishop, New York Bureau Chief, American Business Editor
for The Economist, put his British heritage aside and followed
up Mr. Pangratis' speech with a US perspective on the economy.
He said that multilateral leadership marks the beginnings of a
new world order. Current conditions do not only constitute an
economic crisis, and a coordinated global response will go
undone without American leadership. The United States also needs
to participate in the debate about China's increasing importance
in the global arena or it may face similar consequences to
Britain whose error of following failing policy led to a shift
in the global balance of power.
Jim Wolfensohn, Co-Chair of the Committee, provided an African
point of view. OECD countries constitute 80 to 85% of global
GDP. The continent of Africa with its 53 countries creates, by
liberal estimates, around 1.5%. This means at the end of the
last century, 900 million people were living with less than 2%
of overall global GDP. However, with the rising influence of
India and China, the dominance of the OECD nations is predicted
to drop. It is with this future in mind that we must consider
future plans. In times of economic hardship, it is particularly
difficult to rouse interest in helping African countries gain a
foothold in global GDP. Even among African leaders it is
difficult to breed African unity. As we move into the future, it
is important to bring with us into the modern era the two
billion people that would otherwise be left behind.
This interview outlines
Dodd's discovery that some of the largest
Tax Exempt Foundations
of the US
Socialists having among their objectives the
assimilation of the West into a single Socialist block.
To this end, many of the largest Tax Exempt
Foundations are through "Education", quietly reconfiguring
the American psyche, preparing Americans to be "comfortably merged with
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