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
15-20 years to eradicate morals in youth and train them in
Marxist thinking. Positions of power in government,
civil service, business, educational system... occupied by
Leftists, Dissidents and half-baked intellectuals.
Essentially complete now in US <& Canada!!>.
Irreversible within a generation.
Destabilization of economy, foreign relations &
defense systems: 2 - 5 years.
Crisis: perhaps only 6 weeks
Normalization: Shooting the Dissidents & Useful
Idiots, taking power.
Conservative Catholic philanthropist funds
attacks on Obama campaign and Planned Parenthood
As the presidential race winds down and
attack ads against Sen. Barack Obama intensify,
Raymond Ruddy, a multi-millionaire conservative Catholic who
over the years has been more comfortable operating in the
backrooms of conservative philanthropy, appears to be coming out
of the closet. Despite being a longtime contributor to a host of
conservative "culture war" causes - often relating to issues
involving sexuality -- Ruddy hasn't made a lot of headlines. (As
of Monday morning October 13, a simple Google search for
"Raymond Ruddy" yielded only 4,660 results.)
However Ruddy's influence extends far beyond the paucity of
Google hits and the few stories about him. The president of the
Boston, Massachusetts-based Gerard Health Foundation and the
Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Maximus, Inc. -- the
giant Reston, Virginia-based services provider that pioneered
welfare privatization - has committed himself big time to
election year politics, turning up the heat on Obama. He is also
fronting a project aimed at damaging the effectiveness of the
Planned Parenthood Federation of America.
Ruddy has "close ties to the White House, federal health
officials and Republican power brokers that date back to
[President George W. Bush's] days as Texas governor,"
investigative reporter Mike Reynolds wrote in a May 2007 piece
for The Nation titled "The Abstinence Gluttons." According to
Reynolds, "Ruddy has leveraged his generous wallet and insider
muscle to push an ultraconservative social agenda, enrich a
preferred network of abstinence-only and antiabortion groups,
boost profits for his company and line the pockets of his
cronies--all with taxpayer dollars."
If it weren't for Ruddy's money, the anti-abortion group,
BornAliveTruth.org, would not have been able to run television
advertisements in several battleground states charging Obama
with supporting infanticide. As the major donor to
BornAliveTruth - a 527 that is allowed to raise money from
individuals in unlimited amounts - Ruddy underwrote the
organization's $338,000 ad buy in the battleground states of New
Mexico and Ohio, Jill Stanek, the head of BornAliveTruth said in
a recent telephone interview.
In early January of this year, in another quasi-public
intervention -- Ruddy got involved in a controversy over the use
of condoms to prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS. Deal Hudson, a
longtime well-connected Catholic Republican Party activist,
reported that Ruddy had written a letter to Georgetown
University President John J. DeGioia "asking him to disavow or
retract a Georgetown report entitled `Faith Communities Engage
the HIV/AIDS Crisis.'" According to Hudson, "The report,
published in November  Georgetown's Berkley Center for
Religion, Peace, & World Affairs, criticizes faith-based
approaches requiring changes in sexual behavior in fighting
HIV/AIDS," and promotes the use of condoms, despite the
teachings of the Catholic Church.
Turning up the heat on Planned Parenthood
"Ray [Ruddy] is a rare leader who puts his money where his heart
is, and he did much to win George Bush his presidency," Manuel
Miranda, the Chairman of the conservative Third Branch
Conference, told me in asn e-mail interview. Although Miranda
maintained that Ruddy's "small financial support to social
conservative efforts is eclipsed by the applied wealth of George
Soros and Hollywood," the former backer of former Massachusetts
governor Mitt Romney also appears to be spearheading an effort -
waged by a collection of Christian conservative organizations -
aimed at putting Planned Parenthood out of business.
According to a recent report by OneNewsNow, a news service
sponsored by Donald Wildmon's American Family Association, Ruddy
is one of those "leading the call" for a federal investigation
of Planned Parenthood claiming that the organization "may have
fraudulently charged the federal government millions of
"Everybody, since Revolutionary times, has been billing the
federal government at the cost -- that is the invoice cost to
them, plus a fee," Ruddy explained. "Planned Parenthood in
California -- and we suspect [other Planned Parenthood agencies]
across the country -- has been billing at what they call their
normal and customary rates."
"It looks to us, very much, that we found there are a separate
set of rules for Planned Parenthood than the rest of us -- and
there should not be. That's why the lawsuit was filed," he
contended. "Hopefully the court will act on this, and everybody
should be operating under the same set of rules."
Tait Sye, a spokesperson for Planned Parenthood, said he was not
aware of either Ruddy or the new campaign by religious right
groups against the health services group.
"As one of the leading providers of women's health care, we know
firsthand the challenges facing American women and their
families," Sye told me. "There is a health care crisis in this
country: an estimated 45 million Americans are uninsured, access
to affordable birth control has become difficult at best, one in
four teenage girls has a sexually transmitted infection, and
roughly 750,000 teenagers will become pregnant this year."
"Planned Parenthood provides millions of uninsured and
underinsured women access to affordable health care. If these
groups truly cared about women's health they would be spending
their time and money trying to increase women's access to health
care, not further restricting it," he said.
The new coalition of Christian right groups tackling Planned
Parenthood is calling itself the National Coalition to Defeat
Planned Parenthood. "In the past, there have been may local and
statewide efforts to thwart Planned Parenthood, but what makes
the National Coalition to Defeat Planned Parenthood special is
that for the first time, the major pro-life groups around the
country are coming together to implement a unified national
action," said Eric Scheidler, communications director for the
Chicago-based Pro-Life Action League, the group spearheading the
Coalition members pledged to take the following steps to counter
Planned Parenthood's nationwide expansion effort:
* Mobilize pro-life supporters at the grassroots level wherever
a new Planned Parenthood attempts to open its doors, following
the model of action taken by the Pro-Life Action League and its
supporters in Aurora, Ill.
* Eliminate Planned Parenthood's government funding at the
local, state and federal levels
* Utilize media to expose Planned Parenthood's attack on women,
children and families
* Deprive Planned Parenthood of business and save unborn babies
from abortion by expanding the pro-life presence at Planned
* Safeguard the health and innocence of children by empowering
parents and teachers to remove Planned Parenthood programs from
* Hold public officials accountable for enforcing all applicable
laws, such as parental involvement and mandatory reporting of
* Call upon all people of faith and conscience to unite in
prayer for an end to Planned Parenthood and its detrimental
programs and policies.
Mike Reynolds pointed out that "One top Bush adviser left [the
administration] to take a job at Ruddy's charity, Gerard Health
Foundation, and a senior officer at Ruddy's for-profit company,
Maximus, left to take a top-level position at the Department of
Health and Human Services." In addition, "Leaders of
Christian-right organizations that are Gerard grantees have
gained advisory HHS positions--and their organizations have in
turn received AIDS and abstinence grants to the tune of at least
$25 million. Maximus itself has raked in more than $100 million
in federal contracts during the Bush era."
Before the 1996 Welfare Reform Act, "Maximus was a $50
million-a-year enterprise," Reynolds reported. After its
passage, "Maximus's earnings jumped to $105 million [and] [t]hree
years later its revenues tripled." By 2007, Maximus was a "$700
million publicly traded global giant with more than 5,000
employees deployed across the nation and in Canada, Israel,
Argentina and Egypt [with] ... contracts with state governments
to handle child-support collections, implement welfare-to-work
and oversee managed care. For the Feds, Maximus handles
collections on student loans and Medicaid appeals, manages the
Social Security Ticket to Work program for the disabled and
provides biometric `smart card' technology to the Secret
Service, the Treasury, the IRS."
Ruddy retired as Chairman of the company in August 2001 in order
to "devote more time to his personal interests," Business Wire
reported at the time. Clearly, the defeat of Obama is one of
Ruddy's chief "personal interests" these days.
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