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From: Eldon Warman 
Subject: Re: Idiotic  Discussions
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> Mr. Warman, could you please point out which particular "foreign
> powers" are attempting to destroy Canada ??
ANSWER:  If you care to look up the historical evidence surrounding the
"Ship Money" incident in England around 1635 which got Charles 1st
beheaded and 8 judges convicted of treason, you will find that it isn't
necessarily "who" is the foreign power; but the "what" of a foreign
power that is depicted as TREASON against the SOVEREIGN. PAX ROMINA
(dictator's law) is foreign to the Anglo-Saxon Common Law which we
inherited as a birthright. In Common Law, there are RIGHTS, in Pax
Romina, there are NONE.

> I am surmising you are going to endear yourself the group by
> racially slurring the Jewish faith "again" by stating it is the "New
World Order" led by the Israeli's !
ANSWER:  The JEWS who follow the Cabalist Philosophies of the Zionist
and the Illuminatti are SATANISTS.  They are NOT of the JEWISH FAITH.
The JEWISH Faith worships GOD in the Name of YHVH, and the OBSERVE and
OBEY the LAW. Any Rabbe will confirm to you that THE LAW is the
NEGATIVE GOLDEN RULE. The NEGATIVE GOLDEN RULE is the sole basis of the
Anglo Saxon Common Law.  MY FAITH IS THE JEWISH FAITH - PLUS!

> I believe Canada has been around since the 1860's; at which age is
> Canada no longer considered embryonic ??
ANSWER: Did you not read mt exerct from the letter from Lord Monck, the
first Governor General of Canada to his superior, which stated that
Canada WAS NOT FEDERATED. Can you not read the plain text of the
Statute of Westminster, Section 7, in which the British Parliament did
not recognize the existence of a federated Canada or of a federal
government? Can you come up with ANY evidence that the People of Canada
did ANYTHING to rectify that situation? From my geologic knowledge,
Canada has been here - in its present state of being a political
entity, for about 600,000,000 years; that is as a piece of more or less
dry land on the planet earth.  Canada will no longer be embryonic when
we have an articles (contract) of confederation and a reatified
constitution in place.

Eldon Warman
Detax Author and Consultant

P.S/ Other than your IDIOTIC and EVIL attempt at painting me with your
crappy "anti-semitic" paint brush, your questions have evoked answers
that MAY prod a FEW peoples eyes open. Remember, you are not going to
get anywhere attempting to brand a SEMITE as being "anti-semitic".

So, why don't you try reporting to my e-mail server
(egwarman@hotmail.com)that you received an "offensive" e-mail message? 
Maybe they'll shut down that account, and, without offering any proof
of such a message. Oh! You already did that?  Hmmmmm......
No problem!  Free e-mail service is sooo easy to obtain - and, likely
with much better service than MSN's HotMail.


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From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:43:55 EDT 1999
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From: Eldon Warman 
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In article , "David Smith"
 wrote:
> Eldon,  (From:  David Sherman)
> Would those be the same STRAWMEN that are sending Keith Medcalf to
> jail for failing to file tax returns?
ANSWER:  DAMNED RIGHT! TREASONOUS THUGS ALL! AND ALL ON AN "ASSUMPSIT
CONTRACT" WHICH FRAUDULENTLY "OUTLAWED" HIM BY CONVERTING HIM TO A
SUPPOSED ARTIFICIAL PERSON CALLED A "TAXPAYER".
I'm sure you are just showing your ZIONIST colours by implying in a
gloating manner that these "strawmen" have the POWER to inflict
punishment for those people who disobey. Not unusual for someone who
supports the wiles of the dictator.  You must look grand in your
Gestapo SS uniform!

Eldon warman
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From: Eldon Warman 
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john@loukidelis.com (John H. Loukidelis) wrote:
> I wonder if you could tell us more about these "'foreign powers'".
> Who are they, and what are they up to?  It's not strictly relevant
> to a tax NG, but what the heck!

ANSWER: Check out the historical evidence of what constitutes a
"foreign power" which is contrary to the Anglo-Saxon Common Law, by
looking up: Ship Money, John Hamden, and the story of the reasons
behind beheading Charles 1st. Read the reasons why 8 judges of the
Exchequer Court were found guilty of treason for "Bringing dishonour to
the Crown and imposing a form of law foreign to the Law of England."

The California State Constitution makes it very clear in its preamble
that Common Law other than Anglo-Saxon Common Law are foreign to the
laws of California.  It is ONLY in Anglo-Saxon Common Law that RIGHTS
are entrenched for each and every human being.

Eldon Warman
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From: Eldon Warman 
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jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote:

> My suggestion is that the provinces were not independent, and that 
they were in fact colonies of Britain.  The BNA Act created a new
country greater than the sum of the former colonies.  It granted powers
to taxation, etc to the federal government and the provinces.

COMMENT: Hey!  Jenuths, You've almost got it right! The BNA Act did'nt
create a new 'country", it just created a "super-colony".  The Statute
of Westminster was instigated by a Canadian Delegation (Roger Smith,
et.al.) to the Locarno Treaty negotiations (1926) after they were
kicked out of the negotiations because Canada was not recognized as an
independent country.

> Both provinces and the federal government have the power to levy
> an income tax.

COMMENT:  WRONG! Neither does.  Both are "STRAWMEN" and IMPOSTOR
hoaxes. Such does not have "rights", especially to confiscate the
SOVEREIGN's property - money you gained by exchanging your labour and
skills (property).

Eldon Warman
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From: Eldon Warman 
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In article <37ff5b4a.50776813@news1.on.sympatico.ca>,
kmedcalf@des_sus.nospam.com (Keith Medcalf) wrote:
> This is a nice theory, however, it cannot be reconciled with either
Historical Fact nor with the position which has been put forth by 
either the Privy Council nor the Supreme Court of Canada in discussions
regarding the "Creation" of the Confederation of the Provinces called
Canada.
> The long and the short of it is that the British North American 
Colonies (Provinces) wished to form a Union in which certain powers
were transferred from each of the Provinces to the Central body in
order to provide for matters of benefit to the entire whole (ie,
commonly to all Provinces).

COMMENT: 'Tis True, they "wished to do that"; however, the British
Parliament didn't include that "wish" in the bill that passed theough
Parliament in March of 1867.  The historical evidence is there. Canada
is NOT a formal UNION.

Eldon Warman
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In article ,
jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote:

[Noah snipped it]

> To use an analogy:
> Perhaps there was a definition of "person" in an Act.
> "Person" means any person and for greater certainty includes
> Mary.
> Lets assume that Mary is a woman.
> And you decide to argue (as some have) that only men are persons,
> does this mean that Mary is not included in the definition of
> person.
> Or does it mean that Mary is a person no matter what "Person"
> means.
> The former is what you continue to argue.  The latter is what I
> argue.

At one time, you had intimated that you were a little *rusty* on your
Latin. Where does the word "person" come from? From what I understand,
the word is a dirivitive of "persona". Persona represents the mask, no?
If so, then we can rightly assume that Mary, as a *person* is a
state-created entity, *not* Mary, the natural flesh 'n' blood female of
Man.  That being the case, then you're arguing correctly; however, I
believe that the *former* has more to do with the flesh 'n' blood Mary,
than the "person" known as Mary to the state; for, the "person known as
Mary" is entirely different that the flesh 'n' blood *Mary*. *Mary* may
choose to be a "person" if she so wishes; but, who are we to say that
Mary *must* be a person, as defined by the state?

> --
> Best regards,
> Stephen Jenuth
> (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca)
> Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur.



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From: Eldon Warman 
Subject: Re: The Taxman calls me an enigma!
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In article <939525017.360091@neptune.uniserve.ca>, "James"
 wrote:
> So considering I have not filed nor paid taxes since 83, why have
I not been taken to court and put in jail? It make me wonder if there
is some  truth in what the DeTax and untax guys have to say.

Comment from Detax Canada:

Go to my webpage at: http://www.detaxcanada.org and ask for my full
detax program - it's free.

You need to get up to speed on how to protect the rights you have
obviously established. ALL correspondence you have received from
Revenue Canada MUST be properly voided; or, these thug judges we have
in Canada could hang you by the use of "TACIT CONCENT". It would also
be a good idea to have a trespass warning on file with the Minister of
National Revenue, should you have to use "the force necessary" to stop
theft and extortion of your property by Revenue Canada. Protection of
yourself and your property is part of the basics rights within Common
Law.

Eldon Warman
Detax Author and Consultant



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In article , "Mike
D'Abramo"  wrote:
Does anyone know how I can acquire recent one?  I cannot seem to find a
copy on the web. Thank you in advance.

Comment:  If you are talking about "Where income tax goes", may i
suggest you check out this webpage. It is American; but, the
information applies equally to Canada.
http://www.se1.com/usp/taxgate/docs/ruml.htm

Eldon Warman
Detax Author and Consultant



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In article ,
jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote:
> In can.legal Noah  wrote:
> > Ok, you and I both know, very well, that it was not dead. The
> point I
> > was trying to make was that the Privy Council was a *British*
> court. As
> > such, the Privy Council was "lawfully" done away with done away
> > *immediately* upon the signing of the Statute of Westminster,
> 1931;
> That is simply not correct.  While the Statute of Westminster made
> Canada completely independent, it did not change ordinary laws.
> It simply declared that from then on, the British Parliament would
> no longer pass laws which had effect in Canada, and that the
> Parliament
> of Canada had full power to make laws of extra-territorial
> application.
> See sections 2 to 4.
> The right of subjects to appeal to the soveriegn from the decisions
> of the courts continued.  Effectively, this appeal went to the
> Privy
> Council which advised the sovereign on disposition of appeals.
> This ended in 1949 when the Parliament of Canada exercised its
> jurisdiction and ended appeals to the sovereign and instead vested
> all of that jurisdiction in the Supreme Court of Canada.

Agreed; however, *who* appoints the judges of the SCC, hmmm?

> Some old english laws still apply in Canada.  For example,
> annulments
> in Alberta are still done under the Divorce and Matrimonial Causes
> Act, 1857.
> > even though the *feds* would like us to believe that it was
> *they*,
> > which did away with the Privy Council at the end of the '40's;
> because
> > it was felt that Canada should have her own highest court -
> hence the
> > bringing of the Supreme Court of Canada to the forefront and the
> doing
> > away with the Privy Council.

> I don't think the "feds" care what you or I think.  It is very old
> news.

For now, counsellor, that may be the case. But news changes with the
times.

> > Now, counsellor, assuming you are are aware of the *barrings* of
> any
> > British "rules" upon the people of Canada, how do you account
> for the
> > Privy Council decisions being able to be used as precedence in
> Canadian
> > judiciary proceedings?

> The Courts base their rulings on those of the courts which went
> before
> them.  This leads to certainty, and certainty is certainly good
> when
> you deal with courts.
> We don't want to be in a position where the results of similar
> cases
> are completely different.
> > You say that it is because the Privy Council
> > "ruled" in 1924 that the Federal Government had the power to
> levy and
> > collect a federal income tax.
> Yes, see Caron v. the Queen.
> > If that be true, then produce for me,
> > please, the evidence which supports that the Parliament of
> Canada gave
> > permission to the Parliament of the United Kingdom to allow the
> > enforcement of its laws upon the people of Canada *after* the
> Statute
> > of Westminster was enacted. IMHO, if no such *permission*
> existed, then
> > any decision of the Privy Council, before the statute is moot.
> See the Statute of Westminister and the sections I have referred
> to.
> You will not find any law by the Parliament of Canada or a
> provincial
> legislature, or the British Parliament which says that lower courts
> must follow higher ones in subsequent cases.
> This is just part of the common law.

Yeah, and I've got some real good land in Florida for sale too. *If*
you are correct, then why does every Provincial judge, when confronted
with the Caron case, simply shrink in his black shell? Are you saying
that were a Provincial judge to *ignore* the Caron case, that s/he
would not suffer the wrath of the rest of the "brothers"?

> In any event, the Supreme Court of Canada has recently held that
> direct taxation is within the power of the federal government.  See
> the GST reference.

As I have stated before, IMHO, it was a politically-correct decision,
*not* a judicially-correct one. To back-up my beliefs, I point you to
the *amendment* made in the Constitution Act, 1982, regarding the power
for the Parliament to *terminate* any judge, so long as the Leader has
a majority government... or did I read that one wrong, too? Tell me
something honestly, counsellor, say you were a judge; do you really
expect me to believe that *you* would simply pass-over all the fabulous
perks associated with the possibility of *heading up* one of those
lucrative Royal Commission appointments, or let alone your healthy
pension? And, we thought that the judiciary was independent. It would
appear, IMHO, *that* independency only extends if there is not a
majority government in Ottawa.

Noah

> --
> Best regards,
> Stephen Jenuth
> (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca)
> Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur.



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Subject: Re: Keith Medcalf's Big Day October 13, 1999
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jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote:

> No doubt the learned judge summed things up pretty well.  Keith
> has a high level of scholarhsip and sophistication, but his
> arguments are simply wrong.
Comment: I'm afraid you are correct. I did my damnedest to convince
himKeith that constitutional arguments were futile. The Canadian
Constitution is as bogus as is the Federal Government of Canada; and,
the Queen of Canada - total crap. The Canadian People - as the
Sovereign of Canada, have given official sanction to none of these.

> And now we have yet another case to support Caron.
Comment:  It doesn't support Caron - it supports the fact that the
judge made full use of the axiom of law that 'law cannot interfere in
the property right (contracts)'. The income tax is part of the contract
which changed Keith from a natural person to a legal entity called a
taxpayer. Since he did nothing to void that fraudulent and thus
voidable contract, he is subject to the terms of that contract - the
Income Tax Act of Canada.

> If people want to get rid of income tax, perhaps it should
> be done through political action.
Comment: Contracts cannot be obliterated by politics or politicians.
The income tax can only be eliminated by the injured party choosing to
void the bad contract in a timely manner.

Some will argue income taxes are necessary to maintain our society.
Comment: Have you refused to read New York Federal Reserve Bank
President Ruml's speech of 1946? He says , and the Grace commission of
around 1983 both say that income tax pays for NO services.
http://www.se1.com/usp/taxgate/docs/ruml.html

Others will argue that no income taxes, or perhaps no taxes, are best.
Comment:  I a country as rich as Canada is in resources and skilled
people, there is absolutely NO need for ANY taxation upon the People.
What kind of warped mind concludes that it is "good for the People" to
pay taxes? Get serious, Folks!

> If people want to get rid of Canada's support of nuclear war
> (and I don't know what that is), the proper manner is not to
> refuse to file income tax returns (and not get the GST tax
> credit, etc.), but rather to take political action to get
> people elected who will support this point of view.
Comment:  There have been very good articles on "direct" vs "indirect"
action to change anything. "indirect" is totally diversionary and
useless in the face of powerful special interest groups and powerful
control groups. "Direct" action, however inadequate, moves mountains -
indirect sidetracts and addles minds.

> Others have a perfect right to argue the opposite and suggest
> that the presence of nuclear weapons has advanced the cause of
> peace. Voter will decide who is right.
Comment:  That would be a fair statement if we had binding referenda;
however, to vote for preselected lackies is just an exercise in
futility. NO Canadian has voted for a Canadian government since 1931.
1932 brought in voter registration - join the club. All so-called
bodies politic are not "persons" as defined by Blackstone.  No
sovereign has bestowed "personhood" upon them. They are ALL BOGUS!

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In article <38028184.37246737@news.calgary.telusplanet.net>,
fredg@his.com (Fred Grosby) wrote:
> There you go again, Eldon, insisting that there is only one way to
> do it, and that it be somebody else's way.  Like the song said, it
> ain't necessarily so.  There's more than one way to gin up a
>legitimate government.

Comment; Guess you refer to your good buddies Adolf Hitler, Lenin,
Stalin, Mao, etc. as implementing other ways to implement a
"legitimate" government.  So, that's what you advocate for Canada??

> Besides, that articles of confederation stuff has already been
> tried before.  Monumental failure, it was.  Paid hell with internal
> trade, for one thing.  Got dumped a few years later for what turned
> out to be a rather successful system.
COMMENT:  USURPED POWER and dictatorship is a successful system?

I guess that's the direction in which you would like to see Canada go,
seeing as you keep using terms such as "constitutional convention",
"articles of confederation", and the like.
COMMENT:  Yeah!  Pretty shitty concepts, EH? How stupid of me to think
Canadians have enough intelligence to handle such things that only
"ELITISTS" have the super intelligence and knowhow to do.

 Here's one of the headers from your message:
> X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.166
> Run a WHOIS on that address and here's what pops up:
> Cybersurf Corp. (NETBLK-CYBERSURF-BLK)
>    312, 1212 - 31 Ave NE
>    Calgary, AB T2E 7S8
>    CA
> So I guess if folks were looking to complain about an e-mail
> message of yours, they might choose to complain to the service from
> which the message *really* originated.  Maybe to:
> Coordinator:
>       Albanese, Steve  (SA309-ARIN)  steve.albanese@CYBERSURF.NET
>       (403) 777 2000
> People aren't stupid sheep, Eldon ...
> ---
> Fred Grosby
> fredg@his.com  www.his.com/~fandl/fred.html

COMMENT:  I agree. The Canadian People are NOT stupid sheep. And, they
are waking up to the fact that your ilk have gone too far.
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Subject: Re: Keith Medcalf's Big Day October 13, 1999 {David Sherman}
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David,

How can you be sure the judge in the Medcalf case was honest,
truthful and just in his decision?  How can you be sure that
the crown attorney(ies) were truthful in their presented evidence.

Most judges and lawyers are either Jewish or Freemasons, are they not?

I found an interesting webpage that may pose a question as to whether
any Canadian can get a fair hearing in a Canadian court. It can be
found at: http://ptrc.net/oath.html

Something about the prayer of "Kol Nidre". I quote from that webpage:

"The prayer of "KOL NIDRE" is found in Vol. 8, page 539 of the Jewish
Encyclopedia. It states:

"All vows, obligations, oaths, anthems, whether called Konan, konas, or
by any other name, by which we may be bound, from this day of atonement
unto the next... we do repent. May they be deemed absolved, forgiven,
annulled and void, and made of no effect. They shall not bind us nor
have any power over us. The vows shall not be reckoned vows; the
obligations shall not be obligatory, nor the oaths be oaths."

And quoting regarding the Freemasons:

The Mason's have a similar absurd dishonor for oaths. Page 183 of the
Masonic Handbook states: Whenever you see any of our signs made by a
brother Mason, and especially the grand hailing sign of distress, you
must always be sure to obey them, even at the risk of your life. If
you're on a jury, and the defendant is a Mason and makes the grand
hailing sign, you must obey it; you must disagree with your brother
jurors, if necessary, but you must be sure not to bring the Mason
guilty, for that would bring disgrace upon our order. You must conceal
all crimes of your brother Masons except murder and treason, and these
at your own option, and should you be summoned as a witness against a
brother Mason, be always sure to shield him. Prevaricate, don't tell
the truth in this case, keep his secrets, forget the important points.
It may be perjury to do this true, but you are keeping your
obligations."

Is this authentic? Or is it "hate literature? Hateing our oppressors,
that is....  I didn't post that webpage.

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Glad you asked!  Section VII covers the supposedly-independent
judicature of Canada. My careful reading of sections 95 thru 101 leads
me to the conclusion that:  if judges are supposedly appointed by the
Governor-General *and* the Governor-General is appointed by the Prime
Minister, I cannot help but conclude that a government with a majority
in both houses *can* remove a judge anytime that government wishes to. 
On your comment of the Royal Commisssions:  I find it hard to swallow,
that the per diem fees enjoyed by those that head-up the commissions is
taxing on them. Therefore, IMHO, were a judge to rule *against* the
government on an important issue - and without a doubt the GST was such
an issue - his or her chances of being appointed by the *same*
executive that appoints the Governor-General to head-up a *commission*,
s/he is not likely to be given the "plum". This is why, I feel strongly
that Canadians will only have a "fair and impartial" hearing, when this
type of *impartiality* is decapitated. Only then, will a Canadian man
or woman, walking into a Canadian courtroom, be even a bit hopeful that
his/her case will *not* be ruled on a political basis; such as I feel
is exactly what happened, yesterday, with the Keith Medcalf motion. It
is no excuse for the judiciary to dismiss a case on the support that
there is an abundance of legal authority.  Legal yes?  Lawful?  I
highly doubt it.  A *completely* independent judicature is what
Canadians need; a judicature that features not *one* Canadian
lawyer-turned-judge sitting. This is what our mother country citizens
are entitled to, since the United Kingdom is a member of the European
Court. Canada, on the otherhand, has apparently no responsiblity to
anyone *higher authority*.  It is a highly-suspicious judicature that
only allows appeals to the highest court in the land; especially when
that higher court has no *higher* court to be responsible to.  Such a
judicial structure has no business even classifying itself as a
*court*, IMHO, it is best called a Admiralty forum. Remember the
commercial about the chocolate bar; the one where one actor says, "It's
my boat!".  Remember?  Well, that's about where the Canadian judicial
system is at. If you don't like it, then you can just get out and swim.
If you drown, too bad. You should have not pissed off the Captain of
the ship! Courts of political pleasure were supposedly done away with,
with the Star Chamber, centuries ago, were they not?  My question is,
when did the Star Chamber get revived?  But, even of more interest to
me, is *how* the Star Chamber came back to life, with very few
Canadians realizing it happened? Just out of curiosity, how the hell
are Canadians suppose to be able to *believe* that our judicial system
is unreproachable, hmmm?  Especially, when the case is indexed as
PUBLIC, JOHN Q vs The Queen.  I tell you, sir, it is an insult of the
highest proportion to try a Canadian before a judge that gets his/her
paycheck signed by the very fiction that PUBLIC, JOHN Q is up against.
Balderdash, sir, to your promulgation that the judges are
*independent*... balderdash.



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Sounds pretty good, Noah.

For your consideration: Statute of Westminster (1931):
(Easily found on Alta Vista canadian search.)
2. (1) The Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, shall not apply to any law
made after the commencement of this Act by the Parliament of a Dominion.

(2) No law and no provision of any law made after the commencement of
this Act by the Parliament of a Dominion shall be void or inoperative
on the ground that it is repugnant to the law of England, or to the
provisions of any existing or future Act of Parliament of the United
Kingdom, or to any order, rule, or regulation made under any such Act,
and the powers of the Parliament of a Dominion shall include the power
to repeal or amend any such Act, order, rule or regulation in so far as
the same is part of the law of the Dominion.

7. (1) Nothing in this Act shall be deemed to apply to the repeal,
amendment or alteration of the British North America Acts, 1867 to
1930, or any order, rule or regulation made thereunder.

(2) The provisions of section two of this Act shall extend to laws made
by any of the Provinces of Canada and to the powers of the legislatures
of such Provinces.

(3) The powers conferred by this Act upon the Parliament of Canada or
upon the legislatures of the Provinces shall be restricted to the
enactment of laws in relation to matters within the competence of the
Parliament of Canada or of any of the legislatures of the Provinces
respectively.

Comment: Section 2 gives all legislative authority over to the former
dominions - sovereignty (authority to rule, or make rules and decrees).

We see in Section 7(2) that that privilege applies to the Provinces,
and provincial legislatures in Canada.
Section 7(3). Conferred powers are mentioned for the Parliament of
Canada; however, in the previous section, power was conferred on the
Provinces. See any conflict of logic here?

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Why not save 100% on taxes?

Try this webpage: http://www.detaxcanada.org

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I don't keep records - in respectof the privacy of those who are using
my program; however, you could go to my webpage at:
http://www.detaxcanada.org and read my Guest Book. There's a quite a
few testimonials there.

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Not to worry, James.  I have been the test guinea pig since 1985.

There's lots more Canadians out there who's footprints you will find on
the pathway to freedom.

I have three rules on dealing with Revenue Canada:
1. VOID all correspondence from them; and, send it back.
      (Nullify tacit concent)
2. If Rev Can phones you, or comes to your door, make some good excuse
why you are to busy to talk to them. Tell them to put their concerns in
writing and send it to you.  If they do that...
3. See rule #1.

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Right on Keith!

And, how about the threat and underhanded tactics of Fred Grosby, who
basically admits to having had HotMail shut down my e-mail account.
Sounds like some of the ADL tactics that has recently been used to shut
down free speech advocates in Canada. Notice the further threat of
getting at my home server, I suppose - if I don't quit telling the
truth about thugs operating in Canada. Throwing a few rocks at my
armoured tank may be annoying - but, not very dangerous...

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Mr. Taxman,
You are quite correct in your statement, Eldon Warman and these others
should be "avoided". BUT, AVOIDED BY WHOM???

It seems that the only one's "concerned" about the "facts" and the
"truths" we speak are the sleize, thugs, mobsters, racketeers,and other
assorted deceivers posing as "ELITISTS" and "owners" of Canada.

I strongly suspect there are many more people who believe me than
people who believe you, Mr. Taxman.

Am I a racist? Am I, and the white European people, especially those of
northern German ancestory supposed to renounce our birthright and our
heritage; while the People orignating in ALL other parts of the World
strongly support their birthright and heritage - not least among which
is the Cossar people of southern Russia (who make up some 95% of the
people who call themselves Jews)??   And, we have a Multicultural
agency and hate crime legislation in place in Canada to insure that all
other races living in Canada can have and can maintain their racial and
cultural identity - except this agency and so-called laws are
inapplicable and unavailable to Canadian People of Northern European
extraction.  Why is that?

Eldon Warman
Detax Author and Consultant

I know of no Christian doctrine which allows one to renounce pledges
and oaths. Oaths are not supposed to be taken by Christians; however,
if one does, it must be upheld - under penalty of perjury.
The prayer of KOL NIDRE certainly says it is Ok for one of the Jewish
faith to ignore oaths. I didn't originate the idea or information about
this. Check out: http://ptrc.net/oath.html

Quote from the above webpage:
According to the American Heritage Dictionary of the American Language,
"the Kol Nidre, is the opening prayer recited on the eve of Yom Kippur,
containing a declaration of the annulment of all personal vows and
oaths." It is based on the following declaration from the Talmud;

"He who wishes that his vows and oaths shall no value shall stand up at
the beginning of the year and say: 'all vows which I shall make during
the year shall be of no value. "'

The prayer of "KOL NIDRE" is found in Vol. 8, page 539 of the Jewish
Encyclopedia. It states:

"All vows, obligations, oaths, anthems, whether called Konan, konas, or
by any other name, by which we may be bound, from this day of atonement
unto the next... we do repent. May they be deemed absolved, forgiven,
annulled and void, and made of no effect. They shall not bind us nor
have any power over us. The vows shall not be reckoned vows; the
obligations shall not be obligatory, nor the oaths be oaths."




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Fred,
If you are referring to the USA 'Articles of Confederation' and the
period between 1777 to 1789, you haven't got a very good picture or
grasp of American history.

The "Articles" was the "contract" - the treaty, binding the 13 colonies
into a federation. It was not a constitution, nor intended as a
constitution. It defined an initial form of government and an oversight
committee (Committee of the States) to insure compliance within the
specified relinquished sovereignty to a federal government by the
sovereign States.

The Constitution (never ratified, and deficient in key areas)
SEE: http://www.fourmilab.com/etexts/www/NoTreason/NoTreason.html
supposedly refined the form and role of the Federal Government.

One of the deficient key areas was the same deficiency as was not
included in the Magna Carta - the prohibition of not allowing Roman
incorporation of bodies politic. Edward 1st of England squeezed through
this loopholw around 1300AD. The US federal government started this
usurpation of powers they were never supposed to have, and certainly
weren't allowed in the treaty bring it into existence -the Articles of
Confederation by beginning the incorporation process in the early
1800's.

The only "success story" I see in the United States is the grand
usurpation of power by the Federal Government, a government which has
placed ALL Americans into the position of being chattel property
pledged in bankruptcy to the Rochchild banks.

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In article , "Peter Lawford"
 wrote:
> When have you been discriminated against, except on the obvious
> ground that you are an idiot?

Comment:  HEY MAN!  WE IDIOTS GOT RIGHTS TOO....

Sorry, I cannot be considered the Village Idiot - the position has
obviously been filled by Peter in this discussion community!

Sticks and Stones may break my bones; but, names can never hurt me...
Neah,Na, Neah Nya Nan Yeah!!!!!!!!  Labels with evil intentions have no
effect on me, and my worldly position.  I don't have to brown-nose
anyone.

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Fred Grosby said:
 >I think it is quite clear the Eldon Warman is a racist !
> I think so, too, but it is unfair to lump him with Lavigne and
> Medcalf in that regard.  Whatever else they might have said, neither
> Medcalf nor Lavigne has ever to my knowledge evidenced the slightest
>hint of bigotry.  Warman, on the other hand, is rapidly showing us
>that he is a member of the David Duke school of human relations.

Comment: I wouldn't think that thinking one's race is, and has equal
rights to all other races is "racist". You have never heard me say that
I think the white race is superior. However, the Talmud certainly
teaches that Jews are superior ; and, that Jews don't have to honour
any committments to "goyim".

I would suggest - that if I'm from the David Duke school, you are
obviously from the "Mao tse Tung" school.

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Fred,
You seem to have picked up on the HotMail account shutdown in a way
that indicated to me that you had a hand in the process.  Also, you
have dwelt on exposing my home server. You are the only one doing this.
I certainly haven't attempted to snoop into your methods or lines of
communicartion.

> If I wanted to try to get anything shut down, I would attempt to
> get your CyberSurf account terminated.  Since that's your entry point
to the Internet, and since it's the account you actually pay for with
your own money, that would be much more effective.
Comment: It seems that is what you obviously had in mind by giving out
the name of my home server. Pretty sleazy tactic, I  would say.... Not
that it would make any difference - there are lots of home servers in
Calgary.

> Just the sort of sleazy slander tactic that y'all like to use.

Comment:  I would suggest that the statement describes yourself very
well.

Comment:  Relative to American history, I can prove my statements with
documented facts.  Can you? Your glib brush off statements are about as
intelligently sourced as is David Sherman's "hogwash".  Elitist drivel
doesn't substitute for provable facts.

Eldon G. Warman
Detax Author and Consultant

> >Sounds like some of the ADL tactics that has recently been used
> to shut
> >down free speech advocates in Canada.
> More hate speech.  David Duke would be proud of you.
> ---
> Fred Grosby
> fredg@his.com  www.his.com/~fandl/fred.html
> --------------------------------------------
> If you are grouchy, irritable, or just plain mean,
> there will be a $10 charge for putting up with you.



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fredg@his.com (Fred Grosby) wrote:
> When challenged, they acknowledge that the goal of this
> position is anarchy.  Therefore, I take it that at the core, you
> are advocating anarchy.

Comment: Anarchy has two meanings. You obviously take the Aristotelian
approach that human beings are animals in need of strict controls and
subjugation; and, must be stripped of any concept of rights so as to
implement those controls. Without these controls, you envision masses
of people running wildly through the streets pillaging, raping and
plundering all in their path. This is the view of the monotheist and
elitist with a "chosen people" doctrine. Oppression and deprivation
leads mankind into such acts of "anarchy as you envision; however,

The "anarchy" of the libertarian (I haven't taken such a label) is one
of freedom and rights, with only God's Golden Rule to live by. It is
also called the neo-Platonic philosophy. The faith-belief, as taught by
Jesus, is that human beings have a spark of divinity within each mind;
and, left in peace and freedom, that spark will cause that mind to seek
the higher values of life, as happened during the Renaissance period of
Europe. Government is there only as a servant to do that which
individuals cannot do themselves. Justice is in the hands of a high
sheriff and sheriff with strict constitutional controls.

This is much the way things were when I grew up in New Brunswick in the
1940's and 50's. There wasn't all this oppressive and enforcement
bullshit we are now subjected to even as late as the end of the 1950's.

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fredg@his.com (Fred Grosby) wrote:
> Frankly, I had no idea anybody had actually complained to Hotmail
> about you until I read the message to which I am replying.  Now I
> understand the gloating tone used in the previous message.
Comment:  Glad to hear that you are not the guilty party. Someone from
this discussion group did it; however, hotmail will not reveal the
message, to whom, or when it was supposed to have been sent. Pretty sad
when people have to revert to hitting below the belt when they cannot
offer reasonable arguments to support their cause.

> As to "snooping", it's a matter of accessing public information.
> Not much more difficult than looking in the phone book.  Don't make
> more of it than what it is.  This stuff's out there for all to see.
Comment:  I realize that such is readily available; but, I still don't
understand your motivation in posting the info on my homeserver - in
hopes the already unscrupulous person who had my hotmail account shut
down would continue his back-stabbing ways to shut me up.

> On the other hand, your use of the word "expose" suggests that, as
> I have suspected, you were indeed trying to hide the true source of
> your postings.  Why so?
Comment: I don't recall hiding anything. What are you expecting of me?
Should I be posting the measurements of my penis before and after as
well when I enter a posting on this discussion group?

> Come to think of it, why is your web site hosted by a service in
> Alabama?  Something about hate speech, maybe?
Comment: Starhosting is cheap and very efficient. Those are two very
good reasons; however, it is also a bit out of the influence of Revenue
Canada; whom, I'm sure would love to figure our a way to shut down my
detax program. If they ever get to that site, there are plenty of other
sites around the world to host my program; and, these are countries
where Canada's Revenoo Cannibals haven't got much influence.

And, "hate speech"? I'm sure SOME Alabamians are familiar as to what
the Talmud teaches - I suspect there isnt a greater "hate literature"
book in the world than that book.

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From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:04 EDT 1999
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Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist
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I find it interesting that so many of you people (or is it one person
going by several assumed names?) have all the buzz words of the Fabian
Socialist crowd (read: Liberal). I guess the topic of income tax
attracts you; as, the income tax is the second plank of Karl Marx's (a
Zionist) Communist Manifesto (A heavy progressive or graduated income
tax)- one of the main control mechanism of the "Goy".

I suppose that anyone who doesn't go along with this scheme is "white
trash".  I would think - at least I do - that it is better to be "white
trash" than to be an "elitist" traitor.

And, the coward that hides behind the pseudonym with the name Taxpayer
obviously can't stand to be made to look the ass, by his ignorant and
deceitful statements; so, he now shows that he likes to play dirty. 
Typical example of the cowardice of those of his ilk.

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From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:04 EDT 1999
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Subject: Re: Keith Medcalf's Big Day October 13, 1999
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Fred,
I accept your apology. And, I apologize for my sometimes "sharp
tongue".  I inherited the trait from my grandfather (who lived, purely
on stubbornness, to the ripe old age of 106).

Relative to "Libertarianism", I am a Jeffersonian libertarian.  I
believe in a minimal government bound down by the chains of a true
constitution. As things now are, the USA Constitution was never
ratified; and, is only being used as an admiralty "ship's orders" by
the Federal Government of the USA - since all people (the vast
majority) have pledged themselves into servitude a "ship crewmembers" -
US Citizens, by accepting a SSN#.  That's why things like Waco, etc.
can go on practically unchallenged.  As an American Airlines Captain, I
had the typical waiver in our "part 1" which said: "The captain may
deviate from any rules or regulations contained herein when he deems it
necessary for the safety of the passengers, crew or aircraft."  Such a
"notwithstanding" clause is in ALL ship orders. In countries run by
admiralty law, as is Canada at present, constitutions are synonomous
with "ship orders".

Canada's so-called constitution was not even ratified by all the
Provinces, let alone any such thing as a referendum. The British
government recognized no authority in the Federal level in 1931. They
mention Parliament in Section 7(3); however, the legislative
sovereignty was all recognized as being with the Provinces in Section
7(2). The Federal Government of Canada is totally BOGUS.

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In article <4WGN3.2845$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com>,
jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote:
>> See any conflict of logic here?
> Not any that I can see.  All it says is that it does not change the
> distribution of powers between the federal and provicial
> governments.
> I can't think that something this simply is confusing you.

Comment: The Statute of Westminster transferred sovereignty from the
British Government to the former Dominion Governments. If you read
Section 7 as a distribution of power, why wasn't this applicable to
Australia. There were several colonies there which were amalgamated
into a super colony of Australia, just as Canada had been formed.

No, it seems that you have been blinded by some ideal that doesn't
register with actual historical fact. Canada doesn't have a Federal
Territiory in which to repose a Federal (limited) sovereignty.
Australia, and the other former dominions did.

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In article <2TGN3.2844$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com>,
jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote:
> In can.legal Noah  wrote:
> > Glad you asked!  Section VII covers the supposedly-independent
> > judicature of Canada. My careful reading of sections 95 thru 101
> leads
> > me to the conclusion that:  if judges are supposedly appointed
> by the
> > Governor-General *and* the Governor-General is appointed by the
> Prime
> > Minister, I cannot help but conclude that a government with a
> majority
> > in both houses *can* remove a judge anytime that government
> wishes to.
> But what you miss is that the removal can only be done if the
> judge misbehaves.  Read the section carefully:
> 99(1)  Subject to subsection two of this section [dealing with
> retirement
> age of 75], the Judges of the Superior Courts shall hold office
> during
> good behavior, but shall be removable by the Governor General on
> Address of the Senate and House of Commons.
> This has been interpreted to mean that a judge can only be removed
> for bad behavior.

Exactly. Remember what happened to that fellow over in Australia not so
awful long ago, when he dared defy the queen?  Hell, he wasn't a judge,
sir, he was the Prime Minister. So, under her royal prerogatives, she
ousted him. Are you trying to say that Canadians should have no fear of
such a thing happening to a lesser government servant; such as a judge?

> And as you know, judges rule against the government constantly on
> matters which are very important to them.  Certainly there is no
> sign of any timid judges in this country, afraid of a government
> which might remove them.

Of course not, counsellor, the judges are always in good taste. Are you
speaking of the majority of judges, in this category, being Federal or
Provincial, BTW?

> In fact, there has never been such an "Address" from the House of
> Commons.
> And if there was, can you think of the political shitstorm if it
> was
> not for the very best of completely non-partisan reasons.  Not even
> a majority government would survive this.
> > On your comment of the Royal Commisssions:  I find it hard to
> swallow,
> > that the per diem fees enjoyed by those that head-up the
> commissions is
> > taxing on them.
> You mean the food allowance paid while out of town.  Judges get
> paid
> this anyway when they are out of town.
> I sort of doubt that the off chance that they may be asked to head
> up
> a rather draining Royal Commission (and receive an allowance for
> food
> and incidentals) is likely to make a judge change decisions.

> > Therefore, IMHO, were a judge to rule *against* the
> > government on an important issue - and without a doubt the GST
> was such
> > an issue - his or her chances of being appointed by the *same*
> > executive that appoints the Governor-General to head-up a
> *commission*,
> > s/he is not likely to be given the "plum". This is why, I feel
> strongly
> > that Canadians will only have a "fair and impartial" hearing,
> when this
> > type of *impartiality* is decapitated. Only then, will a
> Canadian man
> > or woman, walking into a Canadian courtroom, be even a bit
> hopeful that
> > his/her case will *not* be ruled on a political basis; such as I
> feel
> > is exactly what happened, yesterday, with the Keith Medcalf
> motion. It
> > is no excuse for the judiciary to dismiss a case on the support
> that
> > there is an abundance of legal authority.  Legal yes?  Lawful?  I
> > highly doubt it.

> Are you seriously suggesting that the Judicial Committee of the
> Privy
> Council (which decided the Caron case) was somehow beholden to the
> Canadian government.  Most of them likely only had the vagest idea
> where Canada was.

Not in the least, counsellor. I'm suggesting that the Privy Council
ruling, in Caron, because it is the only weapon that the Federal
Government has (regarding the alleged legitimacy of its illegitimate
operation) SHOULD NOT BE RECOGNIZED by a *competent* court of
constitutional affairs; such as a provincial court. That is what I am
saying. Caron was *not* your typical employee, now was he?  In fact,
Caron was a *government* employee. Just between you and me, there is a
big *big* difference between a person  - and state-created at that -
employed by the government, and the ordinary Man or Woman on the
street, who is not state-created. Being not state-created, then the Man
or Woman must be of common law status, no?  As such, under what colour
of law does a judge, in a provincial court, recognize such a
relationship between the non-state created flesh 'n' blood Man or
Woman, and the state-created person?  You say that the Caron case is a
simple one to comprehend, right?  Not in my books, it isn't. Here is
the most-classic example of abuse of judiciary:  a court of Admiralty
ruling which effects non-admiralty aspects of the Canadian way of life.
My stance must be correct; otherwise, we might as well say that all
Canadians are under the auspices and confines of admiralty rule and
law. You have already stated that is not the case.

Your volley, sir :)

> > A *completely* independent judicature is what
> > Canadians need; a judicature that features not *one* Canadian
> > lawyer-turned-judge sitting. This is what our mother country
> citizens
> > are entitled to, since the United Kingdom is a member of the
> European
> > Court.
> I'm not sure what you mean.  The highest court of appeal in the UK
> is the House of Lords.
> People can bring applications under the European version of the
> Charter
> of Rights to a European human rights court, but that's just about
> it.

And, above that is the Human Rights Court of the United Nations, no?

> > Canada, on the otherhand, has apparently no responsiblity to
> > anyone *higher authority*.
> That's what soveriegnty is about.  I'm glad we are over this old
> debate where you suggested Canada was not soveriegn.

I still content that Canada is *not* sovereign. She would have no
provision for pledging allegiance to any other fiction or entity, were
she truly sovereingn. And, as you and I both know, she does have
allegiance pledged, now doesn't she. :)

> > It is a highly-suspicious judicature that
> > only allows appeals to the highest court in the land; especially
> when
> > that higher court has no *higher* court to be responsible to.
> That's what being the highest court is all about.
> > Such a
> > judicial structure has no business even classifying itself as a
> > *court*, IMHO, it is best called a Admiralty forum.

> You can call it what you like.  And then go on to say that the
> courts of every country are, but their very nature, admiralty
> forums -- On the basis that the highest court has no higher courts.
> > Remember the
> > commercial about the chocolate bar; the one where one actor
> says, "It's
> > my boat!".  Remember?  Well, that's about where the Canadian
> judicial
> > system is at. If you don't like it, then you can just get out
> and swim.
> > If you drown, too bad. You should have not pissed off the
> Captain of
> > the ship! Courts of political pleasure were supposedly done away
> with,
> > with the Star Chamber, centuries ago, were they not?  My
> question is,
> > when did the Star Chamber get revived?

> It didn't.  It was abolished many, many years ago.  A couple of
> centuries
> I think.

You are rightfully entitled to your own opinion on the matter; however,
I believe that the essence of the Star Chamber is alive and well and
living in Canada in 1999. :-/

> > But, even of more interest to
> > me, is *how* the Star Chamber came back to life, with very few
> > Canadians realizing it happened? Just out of curiosity, how the
> hell
> > are Canadians suppose to be able to *believe* that our judicial
> system
> > is unreproachable, hmmm?  Especially, when the case is indexed as
> > PUBLIC, JOHN Q vs The Queen.
> Other than putting the names of the Parties on the case, how do you
> think they should be indexed.

Nothing to do with the *indexing* counsellor, it is *who* PUBLIC, JOHN
Q is being attacked by. That is the essence of my argument.

> > I tell you, sir, it is an insult of the
> > highest proportion to try a Canadian before a judge that gets
> his/her
> > paycheck signed by the very fiction that PUBLIC, JOHN Q is up
> against.
> > Balderdash, sir, to your promulgation that the judges are
> > *independent*... balderdash.
> Huh?

Would you rather I said bulshit :)

> --
> Best regards,
> Stephen Jenuth
> (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca)
> Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur.



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In article <3807a2ff.253795218@news1.on.sympatico.ca>,
kmedcalf@des_sus.nospam.com (Keith Medcalf) wrote:
> On Fri, 15 Oct 1999 17:37:22 -0400, "David Smith"
> 
> wrote:
> >Taxman, when were you appointed saviour? Eldon's detax program
> has not been
> >tested by the courts. Medcalf's constitutional defence has, and
> lost.
> It did not lose.
> It was dismissed as contravening "overwhelming authority".
> "Overwhelming authority" according to my Judgespeak manual, means
> that the
> judge is required by stare decisis to pay homage to the binding
> decision of
> a superior court which he has not present jurisdiction to
> overturn.  This
> "overwhelming authority" does not apply in Criminal Matters where
> the
> liberty of the accused is at stake.

Huh!! Are you saying that if you had been up on Criminal Matters, that
the judge would have had to take a more serious and much deeper look
*inside* your promulgations and supporting arguments, etc?  Sorry, 'ol
chap; please forgive me, but this is one time that I really wished you
had been *deemed* a criminal. Why?  Mr. Taxman may have been singing an
entirely different tune, I fear! ;-))

Keep up the fight and let's talk more of this *overwhelming authority*
issue. I'm curious to understand what would have happened, if you had
been charged with a criminal offence. There's a guy I know, in
Winnipeg, that knows a guy there who *is* charged under section 239 of
the Income Tax Act. If memory serves me, that section is the one that
is *definitely* criminal. Perhaps, *he* can overturn the applecart.  If
so, then it would be good for all of us, now wouldn't it; that is,
Keith, if you are truly correct in the essence of the defence you put
forward to the court. From what I understand, the Winnipeg man is going
for trial by jury. It promises to be an interesting case; for he has
been charged with tax evasion, notwithstanding that any of the years
alleged by the Crown that he evaded taxes, he filed no information
return. According to the documents in the docket, he hasn't filed since
1977. He claims the Federal Government has no jurisdiction over him, or
any other flesh 'n' blood Man or Woman living in any of the provinces,
here in Canada. And, if he goes to jail, it will be because he is a
political prisoner, not because he evaded taxes. Sort of reminds me of
the latest Will Smith movie, "Enemy of the State". Which reminds me,
how can one evade taxes that are not lawfully collected anyway?  Didn't
the court rule in Paveley (1988) that "...failure to file is, of
itself, not grounds for tax evasion..."? By George, methinks the feds
may have a real fight on their hands with the fellow Lear, from
Winnipeg. Gawd, I hope so! And, if this "overwhelming authority" issue
cannot be addressed, except where the liberty of the accused is at
risk, then perhaps Lear can add that to his arsenal.

But, I must confess, I'm a bit confused over this "except where the
liberty of the accused is at risk" thing. Didn't your website intimate
that the Crown was seeking incarceration for *you*?  Geeezus, man, if
*that* doesn't qualify for "except where the liberty of the accused is
at risk", then what the hell is? :-/


> According to my research, only the Court of Appeal of the Province
> is
> permitted to "disregard" "overwhelming authority" and issue
> judgements on
> the merits.
> In fact, where such "overwhelming authority" can be demonstrated
> to have
> failed to consider "facts" and "law" introduced on the case at
> hand, then
> the Final Court of Appellate jurisdiction in the Province is
> required to
> determine the matters before it strictly on the merits.  Where such
> determination on the merits before it result in a conclusion which
> is
> contrary to the "overwhelming authority", the court is duty-bound
> to rule on
> the merits and note its respectful disagreement with the
> "overwhelming
> authority" of the superior court.

> Want references?

Yeah, bring 'em on.

> By the way, Notice of Appeal as of Right to the Court of Appeal
> for Ontario
> was served and filed today.

Keep us little guys informed. Most of us don't have the balls to stand
up for what we believe in, but there will be a day of reckoning, I'm
sure; there will come a day, not so far in the distance, when those
Canadians who believe that "enough is enough" will decide that the
Keith Medcalfs, the Sir Daniel Kingsley Lears, the Eldon Warmans, and
even the Daniel Lavignes of this great country of ours, have been right
all along  - none of us should view the payment of taxes as a means to
satisfy the insatiable appetite of a government gone bad. In the old
days, a Man knew that he could control his government by one of two (2)
doors:  Door #1 - the ballot or Door #2 through his pocket. It would
appear that Door #1 is no longer a swinging door; for, once they're in,
they seem to forget *who* put them there. And, without the means of
recall, as has been proven in the courts as well, the only choice is
Door #2, IMHO, regardless of what the federal "spin doctors" say. That
day, I am hoping, will be the day that the courts are forced to take
the view, "Ladies and Gentlemen of the Bench, it behooves us to take
this issue more serious, for it would appear that the people have
finally spoken."

Noah


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Here's an interesting tidBit of Common Law for you
folks who would like to see we DeTaxers all put in jail:

"Actus legis nemini facit injuriam"
Translation: An act of the law wrongs no man.
Note: An act of the law is to be so limited in its
operation that no right shall be prejudiced.
Precedent: 2 Bl. Com.123; 69 Ga. 400: Broom, Max. 127, 409.

"Actus non facit reum, nisi mens sit rea"
Translation: An act does not make a man a criminal,
unless his intentions be criminal.
Note: To constitute a crime, the intent and the act must concur;
a mere over act, without wrongful intention, does not make guilt.
Precedent: 4 Bl. Com. 2, 21; 4, N. Y. 159, 163, 193,;
Broom, Max. 307.

Source :
(A Dictionary of Law by William C. Anderson, of the Pittsburg Bar
(Dictionary and Compendium of American and English Jurisprudence.)
Publisher : T. H. Flood and Company (Law Publishers), Chicago 1893 Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:06 EDT 1999 Article: 21075 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!newsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Income Tax Technical Notes 11th ed. Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.4be236a3@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> Lines: 30 Bytes: 1091 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.133 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7u27sp$qr9$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3804C742.6C5833F8@davidsherman.ca> <3804FC68.C8EBBF47@davidsherman.ca> <38050DE0.FE7FDD34@davidsherman.ca> <7u4qp2$mo3$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3806A715.1EA13D9F@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eObD6+rztP61o/X54rTq7vrV/uz376f576Tq6uKyrfawrve+v+iivLups7C7 Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 10:12:20 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.7 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940094177 10.0.2.7 (Sat, 16 Oct 1999 10:16:17 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 10:16:17 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21075 The Income Tax Act should be printed on a good quality of toilet paper. That way, it may serve some useful purpose - other than as a means of lining the pockets of unscrupulous lawyers (are there any other kind?). You can get a download of my complete detax program by going to my webpage at" http://www.detaxcanada.org and requesting it. That way, you can get much less expensive toilet paper at Safeway. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant > Question to David Sherman from inquirer: > Any word on when the next edition (1999) of the "Income > Tax Act: Dept of Finance TN" will be out ?? David Sherman's answer: > It went to the printer a few weeks ago, I think (I finished my > review quite a while back). It should be in stock within a few days. > I'm told that it's due in stock October 22. > David M. Sherman, LLB, LLM > Tax Author & Consultant > ds@davidsherman.ca > http://www.davidsherman.ca * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:06 EDT 1999 Article: 21105 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> Lines: 38 Bytes: 1988 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.47 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eFx5UVBJDkQPGU9DWA5QVEBvRFZNVR1DVR5QUFgIF0wKFE0EBVIYBgETDA4= Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 21:25:47 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.14 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940134478 10.0.2.14 (Sat, 16 Oct 1999 21:27:58 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 21:27:58 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21105 bc.politics:134703 alt.folklore.urban:275319 soc.culture.canada:210673 I think that if you check your history book, the Queen (British Monarch) was dumped in 1931. NO sovereignty for the British Crown was reserved in the Statute of Westminster over any foreign Dominion. There's a sick joke about a fellow in a sword dual. The opponent took a quick swing, and the other said: Ha! You missed. The opponent says: "Shake your head!. Canadians haven't got around to shaking their heads yet - to discover that their Crowned head has been cleanly severed. When the Fijians shook their head a few years ago, the Queen expressed her sadness 'that the end of the Fijian allegiance to the Crown should have been brought about without the people of Fiji being given the opportunity to express their opinion on the proposal'. I don't recall hearing my Grandfathers or Father ever mention that they were given the opportunity to express their opinion as to whether the Crown of England should be the Crown of Canada. If you are thinking Republic for Canada, may I suggest you view my 2 part webpage: http://www.detaxcanada.org/repub1.htm Also, to see the mistakes that have been made in the USA, and the present sorry state of that country, you should check out my 13 part webpage at: http://www.detaxcanada.org/cmlaw1.htm p.s./ Fred, Why is it so important to you to expose people's IP addresses? You seem to delight in attacking persons, rather than addressing or fairly debating their ideas and sentiments. Unless you are deviously using this tactic as a diversion, you should check out Aristotle's Fallacies of Philosophy (The Marquis of Queensbury rules of debate.) It certainly isn't much fun, and certainly not very enlightening to other readers, for participants in this debating group to try to carry on an intellectual debate with a dirty street fighter. Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:07 EDT 1999 Article: 21106 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newspeer1.nac.net!netnews.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: You Never Had to Pay Income Tax in Canada - Part II Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.2b7aae98@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 48 Bytes: 2031 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.49 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <07d1af35.e17a6686@usw-ex0107-051.remarq.com> <37d6cc10.24980065@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <7r8fuv$i5b$1@news.auaracom.net> <0671ec78.db10fda1@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <37d9da6e.104367452@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <18489d36.ef0cb956@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <37da6f2a.142447088@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <01bf91bc.89d82974@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <02daf294.825879af@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <112cf6a7.c13eb4e8@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <37ed6f7a.37411868@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <1cb3e3d0.e1185ddf@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <37ed9a5b.48390943@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <09920fb9.29ed8a46@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> <37eea78e.32492319@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.a547ddf1@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <37ef77cd.667713@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0221c012.912d5524@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> <7ssc5g$gr3$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <0221c012.fd81c48c@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.060e2586@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eDAVPTwlYihjdSMvNGI8OCwDKDohOXEvOXI8PDRkeyBmeCFoaT50am5/YGw= Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 21:46:18 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940135660 10.0.2.16 (Sat, 16 Oct 1999 21:47:40 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 21:47:40 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21106 Noah wrote: > The *one* I'm referring to, Eldon, is the *one* who refuses to pay > taxes and then gets thrown in jail for not paying. I am curious to > know how your program will work for somebody that RevCan has already > arrested, etc. :-) > Noah COMMENT: No reason why it should not work. The person was punished as a disobedient legal entity. However, he got to be a legal entity by way of a fraudulent contract. A fraudulent contract can be "voided" by the injured party. A voided fraudulent contract is from the beginning of the fraudulent contract - beginning when that person filed his first "return of income". Haebas Corpus should work. The Common Law Axioms that refutes that Government can make laws that affect people and remove their rights are: "Actus legis nemini facit injuriam" Translation: An act of the law wrongs no man. Note: An act of the law is to be so limited in its operation that no right shall be prejudiced. Precedent: 2 Bl. Com.123; 69 Ga. 400: Broom, Max. 127, 409. "Actus non facit reum, nisi mens sit rea" Translation: An act does not make a man a criminal, unless his intentions be criminal. Note: To constitute a crime, the intent and the act must concur; a mere over act, without wrongful intention, does not make guilt. Precedent: 4 Bl. Com. 2, 21; 4, N. Y. 159, 163, 193,; Broom, Max. 307. Source : A Dictionary of Law by William C. Anderson, of the Pittsburg Bar (Dictionary and Compendium of American and English Jurisprudence.) Publisher : T. H. Flood and Company (Law Publishers), Chicago 1893 Relative to TAXMAN's statement that Eldon Warman has spent time in jail for income tax refusal - He certainly must know something I am not aware of. Since I don't drink, I must have just slept through the whole episode. WHAT A JERK! OR WORSE! Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:07 EDT 1999 Article: 21109 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!ptdnetP!newsgate.ptd.net!news.maxwell.syr.edu!btnet-peer!btnet!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada (51st State) Newsgroups: can.taxes,ont.jobs,can.jobs,can.politics Message-ID: <000b8d9b.30950f71@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 25 Bytes: 1099 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.49 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7ua0b0$b1n$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3808d2d7.0@flint.sentex.net> X-Wren-Trace: eMrvx8bfmNKZj9nVzpjGwtb50sDbw4vVw4jGxs6egdqcgtuSk8SOkJSFmpY= Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 22:05:52 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940136833 10.0.2.16 (Sat, 16 Oct 1999 22:07:13 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 22:07:13 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21109 ont.jobs:460974 can.jobs:616203 can.politics:365932 "JSBS" wrote: > Better yet: > How about the 51st State in the United States of North America? > Works for me, and it solves the Quebec problem for me too. Comment: I would suggest you check out a few websites in the USA to see how deeply the USA has sunk into being a Despotic dictatorship since the actions of FDR back in 1933 put that country under the Emergency Powers Act. You can find some (actually, much) reading material at: http://www.informamerica.com/ I think you will find in Glen Kealey's researched material that the NAFTA treaty (the real one archived for 30 years from public view) has Quebec split off as a Puerto Rican territory by 2025; and, the remainder of Canada split up into several new states. Of course, all will be under the UNO world Government. The USA NOW owns all water in Candada (including snow and ice - second thought: they can have that, free). Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:07 EDT 1999 Article: 21116 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> Lines: 14 Bytes: 661 X-Originating-Host: 209.47.26.151 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.00330a0a@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <7tukk9$6go$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <0a0133f8.dddaebc8@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.081c6f6e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <1415c574.56db01ef@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <4WGN3.2845$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.095f7325@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3J3O3.3428$AX.191506@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> X-Wren-Trace: ePLX//7noOqhtefo+rfw2+34r/Py/LOq9PHwsam2svypo/yhqvy2qa8= Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 23:01:47 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.15 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940140189 10.0.2.15 (Sat, 16 Oct 1999 23:03:09 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 23:03:09 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21116 can.legal:31024 I believe it was 1907. But, Eldon still may have a point: during WWII, Australia created an Act, called "An Act to Enact the Statute of Westminster, 1931", yet, try as I might, I have been unable to find such an Act of Parliament of Canada. It is curious thing why the "dominion" of Australia found it important to enact such a Act, when Canada - being her sister dominion - did not. This is why I say that Eldon may be onto something with his statement, so I wouldn't be discounting him yet. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:08 EDT 1999 Article: 21118 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <11f733ec.b8ac3068@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 328 Bytes: 14685 X-Originating-Host: 209.47.26.167 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.00330a0a@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <7tukk9$6go$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <0a0133f8.dddaebc8@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.081c6f6e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <2TGN3.2844$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.b974621e@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eGNGbm92MXswJHZ5ayZhSnxpPmJjbSI7ZWBhIDgnI204Mm0wO20nOzg= Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 00:03:09 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940144294 10.0.2.6 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 00:11:34 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 00:11:34 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21118 can.legal:31028 In article , jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote: > In can.legal Noah wrote: > > In article <2TGN3.2844$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com>, > > jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote: > > Exactly. Remember what happened to that fellow over in Australia > not so > > awful long ago, when he dared defy the queen? Hell, he wasn't a > judge, > > sir, he was the Prime Minister. So, under her royal > prerogatives, she > > ousted him. Are you trying to say that Canadians should have no > fear of > > such a thing happening to a lesser government servant; such as a > judge? > You seem to be confusing the Austrialian situation where the > governmnet was defeated in Parliament (by the elected Senate as I > recall) and where the Governor General called an election. Huh? From what my Ozzie friends have told me, that is simply not true. Whitlund (I think that is his name) was *fired* because he dared to stand up to the Governor-General, over some land belonging to the sovereingn near Qweensland, if memory serves me. That firing has culminated into the current frenzied state-of-affairs over there, including the bringing of the Chief Magistrate before the War Crimes Tribunal. Where the case is, at this point,I do not know, for one of the main thorns in the goverment's side, had to flee the country to avoid political arrest (dissident thing, ya know). > In Canada we had something similar in the 1920s. It is referred > occasionally as the "King-Byng thing", and involved the governor > general refusing to call an election after the government was > defeated > in Parliament. > >> And as you know, judges rule against the government constantly > on > >> matters which are very important to them. Certainly there is no > >> sign of any timid judges in this country, afraid of a government > >> which might remove them. > > Of course not, counsellor, the judges are always in good taste. > Are you > > speaking of the majority of judges, in this category, being > Federal or > > Provincial, BTW? > I would think so. At least the federally appointed judges in > Alberta > together with their provincial colleagues. > .... > >> Are you seriously suggesting that the Judicial Committee of the > >> Privy > >> Council (which decided the Caron case) was somehow beholden to > the > >> Canadian government. Most of them likely only had the vagest > idea > >> where Canada was. > > Not in the least, counsellor. I'm suggesting that the Privy > Council > > ruling, in Caron, because it is the only weapon that the Federal > > Government has (regarding the alleged legitimacy of its > illegitimate > > operation) SHOULD NOT BE RECOGNIZED by a *competent* court of > > constitutional affairs; such as a provincial court. That is what > I am > > saying. Caron was *not* your typical employee, now was he? In > fact, > > Caron was a *government* employee. > I think that MLAs would not suggest that they are government > employees. Oh really? Surely you are aware of the "Roman Corporation" case or the Littlechild case, no? The latter, especially, shows the utter contempt for Canadians regarding Parliament *members*. I, for one, find it absolute unacceptable that when a politician is sworn to his portfolio (or tasks) that s/he no longer is accountable to the very people that put him/her in that place of prestige and importance. The court, your *honourable* court, made it quite clear that the people had virtually no say over the person sent to represent them to Parliament Hill. And, you try to tell us all, here, that the judges are installed to protect the interests of the people? Not bloody likely! Caron was a Member of Quebec's National Assembly > and a provincial cabinet minister. Yup, that he was. > > Just between you and me, there is a > > big *big* difference between a person - and state-created at > that - > > employed by the government, and the ordinary Man or Woman on the > > street, who is not state-created. Being not state-created, then > the Man > > or Woman must be of common law status, no? > I don't understand what you are talking about. Even government > employees are not state created. Aw, c'mon counsellor, were you not aware that the word "person" is created by the state? Apt, mind you, for the word is derived from the Latin word "persona". Consider this: if the meaning, in law, of person is one which is either a corporation or a natural person, than what describes the Man or Woman of flesh 'n' blood? Nothing in statute law, I'm pretty sure of that. Why? Because statute law is created by the state for state-created entities. Some time ago, I posted here about the fact that my name was all in upper case on virtually any state-created identity card in my pocket. Back then, you said it wasn't any big deal, but now I am not so sure. The state created my name, the moment I was born by giving my mother my birth certificate. Yet, in law, the highest form of identification is a witnessed signature to a birth announcement made in a family Bible. Why is that? Not all children are born in hospitals, now are they. Does this mean, then, that if you do not have a state-created birth certificate that you actually were not born? I don't think so, IMHO. > In the second part of his appeal, Caron suggested that he was > special > and should not be taxed on his sessional indemnity, etc. That also > failed. > He was treated just like an ordinary person. Correct, as a person liable to pay, for he had made his bed with the state of his own free will. > > As such, under what colour > > of law does a judge, in a provincial court, recognize such a > > relationship between the non-state created flesh 'n' blood Man or > > Woman, and the state-created person? Hey, you forget to answer this question. :) You say that the Caron > case is a > > simple one to comprehend, right? > Its pretty simple, yes. Short too! > > Not in my books, it isn't. Here is > > the most-classic example of abuse of judiciary: a court of > Admiralty > > ruling which effects non-admiralty aspects of the Canadian way > of life. > > My stance must be correct; otherwise, we might as well say that > all > > Canadians are under the auspices and confines of admiralty rule > and > > law. You have already stated that is not the case. > > Your volley, sir :) > The Privy Council was not exercising any admiralty jurisdiction at > the > time. > It was exercising its jurisdiction on behalf of the soveriegn to > hear > appeals from decisions of the Courts. It was a jurisdiction which > existed since the Norman conquest. From the 1800s onwards, the > jurisdiction > was exercised only after hearing the recommendation of a number of > judges who sat in a committee known as the Judicial Committee of > the Privy Council. Fine, so where does it say that citizens of a country *which are not* subjects of the Crown, are required to abide by the rules of HMQ and HMG? And, another thing, how was it possible for the Privy Council to rule on a money matter anyway? I thought they were forbidden from that field. > >> > A *completely* independent judicature is what > >> > Canadians need; a judicature that features not *one* Canadian > >> > lawyer-turned-judge sitting. This is what our mother country > >> citizens > >> > are entitled to, since the United Kingdom is a member of the > >> European > >> > Court. > >> I'm not sure what you mean. The highest court of appeal in the > UK > >> is the House of Lords. > >> People can bring applications under the European version of the > >> Charter > >> of Rights to a European human rights court, but that's just > about > >> it. > > And, above that is the Human Rights Court of the United Nations, > no? > No. So are you saying that a Brit, for example, having taken a case to the House of Lords and not being satisfied with the results could not take his case to the UN HRC? > >> > Canada, on the otherhand, has apparently no responsiblity to > >> > anyone *higher authority*. > >> That's what soveriegnty is about. I'm glad we are over this old > >> debate where you suggested Canada was not soveriegn. > > I still content that Canada is *not* sovereign. She would have no > > provision for pledging allegiance to any other fiction or > entity, were > > she truly sovereingn. And, as you and I both know, she does have > > allegiance pledged, now doesn't she. :) > Canada doesn't. But new citizens and people who take office do > pledge their allegiance to our head of state. So, if it the duty of new citizens to pledge their allegiance to HMQ, then how can you say that Canada is sovereign? With all due respect, counsellor, it doesn't add up: new citizens are pledging their allegiance to a fiction, not a Royal Woman. Therefore, when the pledge is completed, they have essentially pledged themselves to nothing. For example, what would happen to the *new* citizens were the queen to die? Nothing, for they are, I would assume, pledged to Her Majesty, in right of Canada. HMQ has no *right* of Canada. She has her Head of State appointment by consent of the Government of Canada, from way back when. If Canada was to go to war and lose, then the conqueror would have the right of salvage law. For a right can be merely assumed, it either was >from the beginning, or it is not a right, but merely a state-created privilege. Such is the state of Her Majesty, in right of Canada, IMHO. Rights are inalienable. What does that word mean, consellor? If rights are inalienable, then no matter what the state may do to invade or encroach upon those rights will meet with defeat in the end. Why? Because the state is not infallible. IMHO, rights of the Natural Man and Natural Woman go beyond the lowly level of infallibility; rights are inpregnable. However, just like the common-looking girl that is aching for a particular boy to be her lover, the issue of virginity and that inpregnability becomes lost in the shuffle of passion and fervent hope for the future. I fear that the good people of Canada have been asked to take it lying down, by this time, that the idea of wearing white for the wedding is more of a shame than a fear of ridicule. > >> > It is a highly-suspicious judicature that > >> > only allows appeals to the highest court in the land; > especially > >> when > >> > that higher court has no *higher* court to be responsible to. > >> That's what being the highest court is all about. > >> > Such a > >> > judicial structure has no business even classifying itself as > a > >> > *court*, IMHO, it is best called a Admiralty forum. > >> You can call it what you like. And then go on to say that the > >> courts of every country are, but their very nature, admiralty > >> forums -- On the basis that the highest court has no higher > courts. > >> > Remember the > >> > commercial about the chocolate bar; the one where one actor > >> says, "It's > >> > my boat!". Remember? Well, that's about where the Canadian > >> judicial > >> > system is at. If you don't like it, then you can just get out > >> and swim. > >> > If you drown, too bad. You should have not pissed off the > >> Captain of > >> > the ship! Courts of political pleasure were supposedly done > away > >> with, > >> > with the Star Chamber, centuries ago, were they not? My > >> question is, > >> > when did the Star Chamber get revived? > >> It didn't. It was abolished many, many years ago. A couple of > >> centuries > >> I think. > > You are rightfully entitled to your own opinion on the matter; > however, > > I believe that the essence of the Star Chamber is alive and well > and > > living in Canada in 1999. :-/ > I suppose. But where does this secret court sit? I have not heard > about it. It is cleverly disguised in the egotistical minds of the lawyers-come-judges that would have us good and lawful Canadians believe that the system is okay the way it is. In other words, it is okay to convict people like fine just the way it is. I wonder how many of these judges would last through a Justice Society, eh? You know, a society similar in concept to what your own Law Society of Alberta is. I know of a complaint filed against one of your fellow members of the society. I am waiting to see what kind of *slap on the wrist* he gets, for misappropriating trust funds. But, just imagine, a court made up of ordinary lawful citizens ruling on whether or not the judge standing before them is worthy to stand trial for judicial misconduct against the people coming before them in the judicial process. I know of a group about to lobby for legislation for just such a *society*. I say its bloody well time that judges had someone to account to; especially those that are so easily led by the Crown's interests, or the interests of the bankers. :) > >> > But, even of more interest to > >> > me, is *how* the Star Chamber came back to life, with very few > >> > Canadians realizing it happened? Just out of curiosity, how > the > >> hell > >> > are Canadians suppose to be able to *believe* that our > judicial > >> system > >> > is unreproachable, hmmm? Especially, when the case is > indexed as > >> > PUBLIC, JOHN Q vs The Queen. > >> Other than putting the names of the Parties on the case, how do > you > >> think they should be indexed. > > Nothing to do with the *indexing* counsellor, it is *who* > PUBLIC, JOHN > > Q is being attacked by. That is the essence of my argument. > >> > I tell you, sir, it is an insult of the > >> > highest proportion to try a Canadian before a judge that gets > >> his/her > >> > paycheck signed by the very fiction that PUBLIC, JOHN Q is up > >> against. > >> > Balderdash, sir, to your promulgation that the judges are > >> > *independent*... balderdash. > >> Huh? > > Would you rather I said bulshit :) > >> -- > >> Best regards, > >> Stephen Jenuth > >> (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca) > >> Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. > > * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's > Discussion Network * > > The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet > - Free! > -- > Best regards, > Stephen Jenuth > (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca) > Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:08 EDT 1999 Article: 21127 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.torontointernetxchange.net!newsfeed.direct.ca!newsfeed.axxsys.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <0a0133f8.1e881a94@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> Lines: 30 Bytes: 1507 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.139 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <3809e041.967245@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eHpfd3ZvKGIpP2llfih2cmZJYnBrcztlczh2dn4uMWosMmsiI3Q+ICc1Lywt Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:37:47 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.41 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940175103 10.0.2.41 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:45:03 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:45:03 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21127 bc.politics:134745 alt.folklore.urban:275383 soc.culture.canada:210709 Eldon Warman wrote: > >p.s./ Fred, Why is it so important to you to expose people's IP > >addresses? You seem to delight in attacking persons, rather than > >addressing or fairly debating their ideas and sentiments. Fred wrote: > In my opinion, the ideas/sentiments were not fairly presented, said > poster claiming to live in Lethbridge Alberta when the post came > from a server in Israel. This is relevant as to the credibility of > the message, and thus is a valid subject for inquiry and challenge. Comment: Fred, I run into many people who are very paranoid about the possibility of near future round-up and extermination of so-called dissidents - the stories (true or false) of concentration and extermination camps all over the USA and Canada. The RCMP here are showing all the signs of getting their attitudes in readiness for either/or marshall law or dissident roundups. People are having bad encounters with them all across Canada. Therefore, I have no trouble with someone who appears to be on the zealous patriotic (for a free nation-state) who wishes to use a proxy server in some remote area. This is not a congress with powers to implement the ideas presented - it is ONLY a debating group. So, let's stick to discussion and counter-discussion in an honest manner. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:09 EDT 1999 Article: 21130 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <000b8d9b.21a13495@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1228 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.139 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.3e75a476@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eEVgSElQF10WAFZaQRdJTVl2XU9UTARaTAdJSUERDlUTDVQdHEsBHxgKEBMS Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:49:39 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.41 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940175815 10.0.2.41 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:56:55 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:56:55 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21130 misc.taxes:90036 can.politics:365992 alt.politics.clinton:736966 "Peter Lawford" wrote: > vs. being a Deadbeat who doesn't carry his fair share of society's > burdens? This isn't about cowardice, this is about responsibility. > The people who don't file their federal taxes, typically don't > pay their state taxes either, and try to avoid child support, > and don't pay off their credit cards, and are generally just bums. > Not liking being bumbs, they try to mask their deadbeatedness behind > some higher, faux cause. Comment: Are you shooting from the hip with your gun loaded with ignorant chatter. Please get yourself educated to the real world before you think you're qualified to take part in an intelligent debate! I would suggest you read: War Cycles - Peace Cycles by Richard Kelly Hoskins, The Virginia Publishing Company, Lynchburg, Virginia. Also: Read N.Y. Federal Reserve Board President Ruml's 1946 speech on the uses of income tax. If you can't read, may I suggest the "Dick & Jane Picture Book version. http://www.se1.com/usp/taxgate/docs/ruml.htm Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:09 EDT 1999 Article: 21131 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.mathworks.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <000b8d9b.23a1f9e7@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> Lines: 18 Bytes: 690 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.139 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <03bb9eb1.3f21f163@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807d026.38229215@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eBQxGRgBRgxHUQcLEEYYHAgnDB4FHVULHVYYGBBAXwRCXAVMTRpQTklbQUJD Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:57:20 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.41 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940176276 10.0.2.41 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:04:36 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:04:36 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21131 misc.taxes:90037 can.politics:365994 alt.politics.clinton:736968 (Fred Grosby) wrote: > Just 'cause it's on the Web does not make it so. Comment: Another futile attempt at diversion, EH? Can't seem to come back with an honest counter-argument or or an honest proof of error; so, back come the "dirty street fighter" tactics. You should really clean up your act, if you propose to continue to be a "current system advocate" with so real credibility. The document on the web about the "KOL NIDRE" is well source documented for anyone to research. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:09 EDT 1999 Article: 21135 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!nuq-peer.news.verio.net!news.verio.net!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's Is A Sexually Frustrated Racist ?? Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <000b8d9b.df93b0a9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 33 Bytes: 1060 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.139 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <3807bbb4.5856042@24.9.0.17> X-Wren-Trace: eKKHr6638Lrx57G9pvCuqr6Ruqizq+O9q+Curqb26bL06rP6+6zm+P/t9/T1 Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:16:42 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940177084 10.0.2.16 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:18:04 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:18:04 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21135 misc.taxes:90040 can.politics:365999 alt.politics.clinton:736976 "MrTaxman" wrote: > Rick Jones wrote in message > news:3807bbb4.5856042@24.9.0.17... > > Scratch a bigot and you'll usually find a unemployed goof who > doesn't > > get any. Crude, but true. > Are you suggesting that Eldon Warman isn't getting "ANY" ?? > And that his "De-Tax" program is a statement of HIS "sexual > frustration" > Regards, > Taxman COMMENT: EXTRA! EXTRA! RICK JONES AN MR TAXMAN INCREASE THEIR CREDABILITY AS VALUABLE ASSETS TO THE NEW WORLD ORDER TRAITORS BY AT LEAST 300% It's interesting that you would bring up "sexual frustration". It appears that most of the "SMUT SHOPS" and "STRIP JOINTS" in Calgary have owners with Jewish names. But, then, I'm suppose the Jewish names are assumed by unscrupulous Christians so as to serve anti-semitic purposes. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:10 EDT 1999 Article: 21136 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada (51st State) Newsgroups: can.taxes,ont.jobs,can.jobs,can.politics Message-ID: <0a0133f8.29deef8d@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> Lines: 22 Bytes: 865 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.139 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7ua0b0$b1n$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3808d2d7.0@flint.sentex.net> <000b8d9b.30950f71@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38095bb4.38382752@24.9.0.17> X-Wren-Trace: eLSRubih5qzn8aersOa4vKiHrL6lvfWrvfa4uLDg/6Ti/KXs7brw7un74eLj Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:21:15 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.41 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940177711 10.0.2.41 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:28:31 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:28:31 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21136 ont.jobs:461007 can.jobs:616238 can.politics:366001 (Rick Jones) wrote: > The main problem with the information on this website is that, > almost without exception, it's all false, misrepresented, taken out of > context, or deliberately omits part of the truth. COMMENT: Which parts are false? Show some counter-evidence! By making such idiotic statements, you show your true nature of deviousness in supporting the "liberal" cause of worlld socialism and slavery for all. Nice guy! The only one's you'll convince with statements like that are your fellow "liberals". Sort of "preaching to the saved". The "lost" are too wary to be that easily rounded up for your slaughter. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:10 EDT 1999 Article: 21138 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Debt due HMQ Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <2750ac20.4fc7dd25@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> Lines: 24 Bytes: 969 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.9 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0qvK3.16915$9f.305786@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <37fbeba2.287832371@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <5P1L3.18393$9f.377945@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <37fe2e55.65810540@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <37ff8370.153141706@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <37fec2b1.11707865@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <0a0133f8.7e0117b0@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: ePTR+fjhpuynsefr8Kb4/OjH7P7l/bXr/bb4+PCgv+SivOWsrfqwrqq7qQ== Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:43:34 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.2 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940179257 10.0.2.2 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:54:17 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 09:54:17 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21138 can.legal:31033 Jenuths wrote: > >> Both provinces and the federal government have the power to levy > >> an income tax. My previous statement: > > COMMENT: WRONG! Neither does. Both are "STRAWMEN" and IMPOSTOR > > hoaxes. Such does not have "rights", especially to confiscate the > > SOVEREIGN's property - money you gained by exchanging your > > labour and skills (property). > Even if you write it in bold flashing red letters, you would still > be wrong. Comment: I'm wrong that these pseudo-governments do not have the right to confiscate Canadians' property?? Read my posting on "Mens Rea". Sure, they are confiscating Canadians' property; however, they are not using law; they are using "pirate looting and plundering" with "Might Makes Right!" as their motto. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:11 EDT 1999 Article: 21147 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!nntp.ntr.net!remarQ60!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <11f733ec.56a74315@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> Lines: 24 Bytes: 914 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.73 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <3809F2BE.D7B3E07D@unb.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eHVQeHlgJ20mMGZqcSd5fWlGbX9kfDRqfDd5eXEhPmUjPWQtLHsxLys6JiM= Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 15:04:27 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.14 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940198001 10.0.2.14 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 15:06:41 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 15:06:41 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21147 bc.politics:134772 alt.folklore.urban:275451 soc.culture.canada:210744 > Just to be perfectly clear, you are referring to Elizabeth II > here, are you? > Brian "and not Adrienne Clarkson" Cooke > ********************************************** > | A. Brian Cooke | > | Department of Civil Engineering | > | University of New Brunswick | > | http://www.unb.ca/civil/cooke/cooke.html | > ********************************************** Comment: I would suspect he was referring to Queen Lizzie. Adrienne Cooke is just a plain old "impostor" and "hoax"; not a ROYAL HOAX and IMPOSTOR. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant And, according to Mr. Taxman, a semite who is anti-semitic; and suffering the old Hawaiian disease, "LakkaNookie". * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:11 EDT 1999 Article: 21152 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <1415c574.e18859c4@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1020 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.4 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <03bb9eb1.3f21f163@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807d026.38229215@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.23a1f9e7@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> <3809FD6C.5298392E@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eBk8FBUMSwFKXAoGHUsVEQUqARMIEFgGEFsVFR1NUglPUQhBQBddQ0dWSQ== Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 17:27:25 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.10 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940206530 10.0.2.10 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 17:28:50 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 17:28:50 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21152 misc.taxes:90062 can.politics:366059 alt.politics.clinton:737126 Sorry! What does all this babel have to do with me? Seems you people haven't come up with any new or viable techniques to hide your evil ways and intentions in 2500 years. Your diversionary tactics are easily seen through by those who recognize "TRUTH". An attempt at character assination will not stop the "Rock of TRUTH" I have sent rolling down the mountainside. The People of Canada only recognize GOD as their sovereign; and, He has entrusted that Sovereignty to HIS People. Governments controlled by ZIONIST Bankers have usurped that Sovereignty. My project is to take that Sovereignty back, ONE PERSON AT A TIME. The "ROCK OF TRUTH" is rolling folks! I would suggest you get out of the way, QUICKLY! Since Zionists are not Semitic, if you wish to call me, a Semite, "anti-semitic, go for it! Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:11 EDT 1999 Article: 21157 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <000b8d9b.33afd60a@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> Lines: 6 Bytes: 279 X-Originating-Host: 209.47.26.164 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <7tukk9$6go$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <0a0133f8.dddaebc8@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.081c6f6e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <1415c574.56db01ef@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <4WGN3.2845$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.095f7325@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3J3O3.3428$AX.191506@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eFdyWltCBU8EEEJNXxJVfkhdClZXWRYPUVRVFAwTF1kMBlkED1kTDw8= Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 17:45:27 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.5 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940207960 10.0.2.5 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 17:52:40 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 17:52:40 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21157 can.legal:31050 Good idea counsellor. I'll find the web site and post the entire act here, so we can make sure we're arguing with all detail. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:12 EDT 1999 Article: 21158 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!netnews.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> Lines: 17 Bytes: 923 X-Originating-Host: 209.47.26.164 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.00330a0a@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <7tukk9$6go$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <0a0133f8.dddaebc8@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.081c6f6e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <1415c574.56db01ef@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <4WGN3.2845$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.095f7325@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3J3O3.3428$AX.191506@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <380A4C76.7208@direct.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eJSxmZiBxozH04GOnNGWvYueyZWUmtXMkpeW18/Q1JrPxZrHzJrQzMw= Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 18:03:28 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.9 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940208694 10.0.2.9 (Sun, 17 Oct 1999 18:04:54 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 17 Oct 1999 18:04:54 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31051 can.taxes:21158 Thx for taking the time. What's your read on it, comparative to what we are discussing here? I promulgate that this case is a weak one, for the feds, as it was exercised under Privy Council. Privy Council is *not* the highest court of the land, so far as Canada is concerned now. In fact, back then, it should not have been either; for the Privy Council had no standing, from what I understand, to rule on *money* matters. Tax, clearly, is a money matter, IMHO. Yet, we see that the P.C. rule is still enshrined in the judiciary of today. Another thing that is not clear, as of yet, is the difference between Civil code law and common law; for the accused was under Civil code law, and not common law; unless someone want to challenge that statement. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From dragonblazeNOdrSPAM@eudoramail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:12 EDT 1999 Article: 21184 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newsfeed.berkeley.edu!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Dragonblaze Subject: Re: Re:Nostradamus' "sept mois" is sidereal Libra!(Oct 17 - Nov 16)... Newsgroups: sci.archaeology,alt.prophecies.nostradamus,alt.gossip.royalty,alt.disasters.earthquake,uk.sci.weather,alt.drugs.psychedelics,alt.2600.hackerz,soc.culture.jewish,alt.abuse.offender.recovery,can.taxes Message-ID: <0221c012.ce248698@usw-ex0101-001.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 960 X-Originating-Host: 192.26.119.10 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <09920fb9.67632b87@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <199910151824.SAA22039@berlin.neuropa.net> <38082805.108298690@news.alaska.net> <199910170234.CAA01374@berlin.neuropa.net> <199910181717.RAA16374@berlin.neuropa.net> X-Wren-Trace: eFRxWVhBBkwHEFJdVhtbX0pGXlRxVQFGXkpaWlxJQVpYXRkVC00TFAoDHgALTQkSBQ== Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:19:54 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.1 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940267509 10.0.2.1 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:25:09 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:25:09 PDT Xref: hub.org sci.archaeology:106453 alt.prophecies.nostradamus:164013 alt.gossip.royalty:102140 alt.disasters.earthquake:2185 uk.sci.weather:24651 alt.drugs.psychedelics:101696 alt.2600.hackerz:131973 soc.culture.jewish:416461 alt.abuse.offender.recovery:11793 can.taxes:21184 In article <199910181717.RAA16374@berlin.neuropa.net>, M / n wrote: > On Mon, 18 Oct 1999 08:56:46 -0600, "Tom Vilot" is a sniveler: [snip] > This *is* the revised Roman > year 1999 AD, and this *is* the astrological month > of 'Libra', therefore there is no possibility that > Nostradamus' 'X72' quatrain will NOT be fulfilled > by or before the end of 'Libra' in the year 1999. > I advise everyone in low-lying or coastal areas > to get to higher ground A.S.A.P. before impact! I live in a coastal area. Now, how about putting your money where your mouth is: how much are you willing to bet on that I'll be forced to move upwards from here this year? Hell, I'll even give you 200-1. Dare to bet? Dragonblaze - God? I'm no God. God has mercy. - * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:13 EDT 1999 Article: 21187 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!xmission!newsfeed.berkeley.edu!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Re:Nostradamus' "sept mois" is sidereal Libra!(Oct 17 - Nov 16)..]. Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.prophecies.nostradamus,alt.gossip.royalty,alt.disasters.earthquake,uk.sci.weather,alt.drugs.psychedelics,alt.2600.hackerz,soc.culture.jewish,sci.archaeology,alt.abuse.offender.recovery Message-ID: <1415c574.f04c8cd9@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> Lines: 14 Bytes: 463 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.4 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <940066325.748691@oak.avon.net.au> <199910161520.PAA30733@berlin.neuropa.net> <000b8d9b.ecf8b9f8@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380cf404.1256684@news.mindspring.com> <380B14ED.CACBC79E@naespam.staffs.ac.uk> <11f733ec.f037deba@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <199910181711.RAA16257@berlin.neuropa.net> X-Wren-Trace: eFRxWVhBBkwHEUdLUAZYXEhnTF5FXRVLXRZYWFAAH0QCHEUMDVoQDgobBA== Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:45:24 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.10 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940268810 10.0.2.10 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:46:50 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:46:50 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21187 alt.prophecies.nostradamus:164015 alt.gossip.royalty:102144 alt.disasters.earthquake:2186 uk.sci.weather:24654 alt.drugs.psychedelics:101699 alt.2600.hackerz:131976 soc.culture.jewish:416468 sci.archaeology:106454 alt.abuse.offender.recovery:11794 Interesting stuff! But, what does this have to do with Canadian taxes? I doubt any meteor impact would deter Revenue Canada! I'm at 1000 Metres elevation in Calgary. Is that high enough? Eldon Warman The Semitic "anti-Semitic" racist who dares to think that his race is equal to all other races. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:13 EDT 1999 Article: 21188 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <0a0133f8.35669cf9@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 51 Bytes: 2507 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.49 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7udt48$6a5$1@ultra.sonic.net> X-Wren-Trace: eGBFbWx1MngzJXN/ZDJsaHxTeGpxaSF/aSJsbGQ0K3A2KHE4OW4kOj0vMDw= Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 11:06:51 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940270133 10.0.2.43 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 11:08:53 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 11:08:53 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21188 bc.politics:134864 alt.folklore.urban:275606 soc.culture.canada:210798 (David Hatunen) wrote: > You have obviously confused the British crown with the Canadian > crown. They are not the same thing. COMMENT: OH? Who invented the Canadian Crown. Do you have a picture of that Crown? Can you supply any documentation whereby the Canadian People have voted for, or accepted the Queen of England as the Queen of Canada? The Monroe doctrine is a declaration by the United States that will not countenance a monarchy in America. (That's my belief as to what the Monroe Doctrine was all about.) So, apparently, the Americans know that the Crown in Canada is a fraud and hoax - otherwise , they would have used military force to eliminate it. I quote from Queen Lizzie herself in her speech relating to the succession of Fiji a few years ago: expressed her sadness "that the ending of Fijian allegiance to the Crown (British Crown) should have been brought about without the people of Fiji being given the opportunity to express their opinion on the proposal." When have Canadians had the opportunity to express their opinion as to whether she should be Queen of Canada? NEVER! > If your grasp of the connection between Elizabeth Widnsor and > Canada is any indication, it is unlikely to be very, um, > interesting. Comment: I certainly wouldn't think it would be very interesting to the TRAITORS who make themselves heard on this discussion group - fortunately, there are real Canadians out there who are tuning into Remarq.com. > >Also, to see the mistakes that have been made in the USA, and the > >present sorry state of that country, you should check out my 13 > >part webpage at: http://www.detaxcanada.org/cmlaw1.htm > Ditto my previous comment. Comment: And, ditto my previous comment. I lived in California at Castro Valley, Pleasanton and Benicia for some 17 years. I found that the Federal Government of the United States is one of the most dispicable and tyranical governments which has ever existed. Waco is a grand example! And, the California government is not far behind. California is more communistic than Russia ever was. Eldon Warman A hater of tyrants! And, of their lackeys! ********** DAVE HATUNEN (hatunen@sonic.net) *********** > * Daly City California * > ******* My typos are intentional copyright traps ****** * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:13 EDT 1999 Article: 21189 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!remarQ73!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <1415c574.390f2a78@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 23 Bytes: 974 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.49 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <03bb9eb1.3f21f163@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807d026.38229215@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.23a1f9e7@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> <3809f4a2.6185488@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eK2IoKG4/7X+6L6yqf+hpbGetae8pOyypO+hoan55r375bz19KPp9/Di/fE= Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 11:20:53 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940271154 10.0.2.43 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 11:25:54 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 11:25:54 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21189 misc.taxes:90112 can.politics:366198 alt.politics.clinton:737315 fredg@his.com (Fred Grosby) wrote: > Nope. A fact. One for all to consider when reading newsgroup > messages or web sites. A suggestion that one judge critically, not > blindly accept as gospel whatever happens to show up on the > monitor. > This seems to upset you. Why? > --- > Fred Grosby Comment: Fred, you are still using your "street fighter tactics"! The "web" is a communications vehicle. It is NOT an OBJECT writing information. Real People (obviously many who are too cowardly to use their own names, ie. Mr. Taxman) write messages. If they write those messages, and back them up with verifiable proofs, it doesn't make any difference whether it is on the "web" or in a college textbook. Eldon Warman The anti-senitic Semite and racist who believes that his race is equal to all others * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:14 EDT 1999 Article: 21200 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <1415c574.6295624a@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> Lines: 29 Bytes: 1300 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.122 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7udt48$6a5$1@ultra.sonic.net> <0a0133f8.35669cf9@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <73gLOH22iNGwVmmWIL9ZTKFbeS4@news.znet.com> X-Wren-Trace: eCwJISA5fjR/aT8zKH4gJDAfNCY9JW0zJW4gICh4Zzx6ZD10dSJodnFjeXtw Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:17:14 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.4 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940281919 10.0.2.4 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:25:19 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:25:19 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21200 bc.politics:134881 alt.folklore.urban:275678 soc.culture.canada:210817 Robin Mitchell wrote: > [ loon-ravings snipped ] Comment: The loon is considered an extraordinarily smart bird in Canada. Which specific comments do you consider loo-ravings? The comments about the USA? I had my wife of 23 years murdered (hanged by an electrical extention cord - as were several others in 1884) by their goons from the IRS. I had my airline pilot career eliminated by them. I had my property confiscated by them. I was unlawfully "outlawed" by them. I lost close to $10,000,000.00 US by the aunalful actions of the US Federal Government, and the complicity of the California State Government. Don't you think I have reason to have a rather strong opinion of the nature of such a government - and I wasn't protesting the income tax in the USA. The IRS schemed (I have proof) to use airline pilots and doctors as Gestapo examples to enhance "voluntary compliance". > >A hater of tyrants! And, of their lackeys! > And, of proper punctuation! > -- Robin, Mitchell Comment: Your criticism is about punctuation??? You must have learned to write in the public education system of California. Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:14 EDT 1999 Article: 21203 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <0a0133f8.e62d25a5@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1252 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.142 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <03bb9eb1.3f21f163@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807d026.38229215@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.23a1f9e7@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> <3809FD6C.5298392E@home.com> <1415c574.e18859c4@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <380A7AE0.80D1063D@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eC0IICE4fzV+aD4yKX8hJTEeNSc8JGwyJG8hISl5Zj17ZTx1dCNpd3BieHxx Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:42:45 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940282898 10.0.2.11 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:41:38 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:41:38 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21203 misc.taxes:90123 can.politics:366231 alt.politics.clinton:737371 If the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion are a fraud, they are the most convincing fraud that has ever been concocted. The program, as outlined in the Protocols, is existent, step by step and word for word in today's western world. It certainly is a coincidence that a fiction can be so real, and without any group or organization (as the Zionists would have us believe) being in any way part or all of the cause. There is more than ample proof that the Zionist program has been known and published for several hundred years. Most of these revelations have been given to the world by Jewish authors. One doesn't have to go any further than the books of the Babylonian Talmud to get the same program as is outlined in the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion. Why would the prayer of KOL NIDRE be existent if it were not for use as a tool of deception and criminal activity? That whole concept goes directly against the Mosaic Hebrew religion which forbids deceit, lying, theft, defrauding and the like. Eldon Warman A Semitic anti-semitic (according to Mr. Taxman) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:15 EDT 1999 Article: 21204 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!xmission!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <00372b38.e7ca1c4a@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 16 Bytes: 450 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.142 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <03bb9eb1.3f21f163@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807d026.38229215@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.23a1f9e7@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> <3809FD6C.5298392E@home.com> <1415c574.e18859c4@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eKGErK2087ny5LK+pfOtqb2SuauwqOC+qOOtraX16rH36bD5+K/l+/zu9PD9 Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:48:56 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940283269 10.0.2.11 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:47:49 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:47:49 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21204 misc.taxes:90124 can.politics:366235 alt.politics.clinton:737373 Response to Peter Lawford; The Zionist controlled American and Canadian Government's have already got them built. Check out this webpage: (Yes, I know - Fred says that if it's on the internet, it cannot be believed; but...) http://www.thewinds.org/archive/government/camp9-97.html * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:15 EDT 1999 Article: 21206 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!tank.news.pipex.net!pipex!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <004aa0e3.e904765b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 14 Bytes: 483 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.142 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <03bb9eb1.3f21f163@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807d026.38229215@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.23a1f9e7@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> <3809FD6C.5298392E@home.com> <1415c574.e18859c4@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eLyZsbCp7qTv+a+juO6wtKCPpLattf2jtf6wsLjo96zq9K3k5bL45uHz6e3g Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:53:38 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940283552 10.0.2.11 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:52:32 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 14:52:32 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21206 misc.taxes:90126 can.politics:366237 alt.politics.clinton:737374 To : GCR Another coward who's afraid to take off his mask, EH? Well, it appears that we have another "elitist", (or is it TRAITOR?) who is bothered by the "TRUTH"; and, can only come up with "name calling" as a counter measure. Eldon Warman Applicant for job as Village Idiot; However, have found position filled by GCR * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:15 EDT 1999 Article: 21214 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Save up to 95% of your taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.45508ae6@usw-ex0101-001.remarq.com> Lines: 16 Bytes: 624 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.7 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <2750ac20.57a43306@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eNL3397HgMqBl8HN1oDe2s7hytjD25PN25De3taGmcKEmsOKi9yWiI+dgQ== Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 17:56:45 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.1 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940295099 10.0.2.1 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 18:04:59 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 18:04:59 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21214 "Everett Tremblay" wrote: > According to my sources you need to pay the min of 5% of your > total Gross income for the year. Visit my Web Page to find out More Comment: Everett, why would you have to pay 5%? If you never file a "return of income" ever again, why would you want to send even 5% to the Government to shred or delete from existence? Relative to Untaxman, where do you think his detax program came from? Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:16 EDT 1999 Article: 21235 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsfeed.tli.de!newsfeed.icl.net!easynet-tele!easynet.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <0a0133f8.70bc9966@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> Lines: 24 Bytes: 1037 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.13 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7udt48$6a5$1@ultra.sonic.net> <0a0133f8.35669cf9@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eOLH7+73sPqxp/H95rDu6v7R+ujz66P966Du7ua2qfK0qvO6u+ymuLytt7Q= Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 20:42:46 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.8 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940304783 10.0.2.8 (Mon, 18 Oct 1999 20:46:23 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 18 Oct 1999 20:46:23 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21235 bc.politics:134926 alt.folklore.urban:275801 soc.culture.canada:210856 Well, Neill, I was born in New Brunswick in 1942. I was 11 years old when Queen Lizzie was crowned in England. And, I think you will find that her status is different in England than it is in Scotland, Wales and northern Ireland. If you wish to know the difference, you can research it yourself. I don't recall any ceremony in which Queen Lizzie sat on a throne and received the "Crown of Canada'. Maybe I was asleep that day; however, I doubt it. Without a Crown, ya' ain't a Queen - welll, maybe that doesn't hold true in San Francisco.. I realize you folks have been living in the imaginary world of OZ for many years; however, it seems that it is time to wake up and come back to Kansas... Cause the Wicked Witch of Windsor's going to eat your lunch! Eldon Warman OOOPS! Before Mr. Taxman tags me.. (Sorry to steal your thunder) Eldon Warman's a homophobiac! * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From dragonblazeNOdrSPAM@eudoramail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:16 EDT 1999 Article: 21247 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Dragonblaze Subject: Re: Nostradamus' "sept mois" is sidereal Libra!(Oct 17 - Nov 16)... Newsgroups: sci.archaeology,alt.prophecies.nostradamus,alt.gossip.royalty,alt.disasters.earthquake,uk.sci.weather,alt.drugs.psychedelics,alt.abuse.offender.recovery,can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.072a7bb4@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> Lines: 21 Bytes: 826 X-Originating-Host: 128.214.63.94 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <09920fb9.67632b87@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <199910151824.SAA22039@berlin.neuropa.net> <38082805.108298690@news.alaska.net> <199910170234.CAA01374@berlin.neuropa.net> <199910181717.RAA16374@berlin.neuropa.net> <0221c012.ce248698@usw-ex0101-001.remarq.com> <380B9D3C.C6A4AEA7@bigplanet.com> X-Wren-Trace: eNn81NXMi8GKnd/Q25bW0sfL09n82IzL08fX19HEzNfV0JSYhsuUmYeJiZKByoSXjA== Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:08:52 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.15 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940331240 10.0.2.15 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:07:20 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:07:20 PDT Xref: hub.org sci.archaeology:106497 alt.prophecies.nostradamus:164170 alt.gossip.royalty:102236 alt.disasters.earthquake:2209 uk.sci.weather:24683 alt.drugs.psychedelics:101811 alt.abuse.offender.recovery:11812 can.taxes:21247 In article <380B9D3C.C6A4AEA7@bigplanet.com>, James Scannell wrote: > Dragonblaze wrote: > Why would anyone want to bet someone who would have no chance for > survival about the event that will kill them, guaranteeing that > collection would be impossible? Oh, I'm sorry, you were going for a > sucker bet that you'd never have to pay up if you lost. Well, the sum could be deposited to a public notary in a _mountain_ city of your choice, thus ensuring you could collect in the extremely unlikely case that your predicition is correct. Do you still call this a sucker bet? Dragonblaze - God? I'm no God. God has mercy. - * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From dragonblazeNOdrSPAM@eudoramail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:17 EDT 1999 Article: 21248 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!logbridge.uoregon.edu!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Dragonblaze Subject: Re: READ THIS!! Nosty's "sept mois" is sidereal Libra(Oct 17 - Nov 16)... Newsgroups: sci.archaeology,alt.prophecies.nostradamus,alt.gossip.royalty,alt.disasters.earthquake,uk.sci.weather,alt.drugs.psychedelics,alt.2600.hackerz,soc.culture.jewish,alt.abuse.offender.recovery,can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.08546d37@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> Lines: 49 Bytes: 2052 X-Originating-Host: 128.214.63.94 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <38082805.108298690@news.alaska.net> <199910170234.CAA01374@berlin.neuropa.net> <199910181717.RAA16374@berlin.neuropa.net> <0221c012.ce248698@usw-ex0101-001.remarq.com> <199910181900.TAA17953@berlin.neuropa.net> X-Wren-Trace: eObD6+rztP61ouDv5Knp7fj07ObD57P07Pjo6O778+jq76unufSrpri2tq2+9buosw== Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:13:20 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.15 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940331687 10.0.2.15 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:14:47 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 04:14:47 PDT Xref: hub.org sci.archaeology:106498 alt.prophecies.nostradamus:164171 alt.gossip.royalty:102237 alt.disasters.earthquake:2210 uk.sci.weather:24684 alt.drugs.psychedelics:101812 alt.2600.hackerz:132056 soc.culture.jewish:416642 alt.abuse.offender.recovery:11813 can.taxes:21248 In article <199910181900.TAA17953@berlin.neuropa.net>, _m~`n_ wrote: > On Mon, 18 Oct 1999 10:19:54 -0700, Dragonblaze > lamented in vain: > >In article <199910181717.RAA16374@berlin.neuropa.net>, M / n > > wrote: > >> On Mon, 18 Oct 1999 08:56:46 -0600, "Tom Vilot" is a sniveler: [snip] > >I live in a coastal area. Now, how about putting your money where > your > >mouth is: how much are you willing to bet on that I'll be forced > to > >move upwards from here this year? Hell, I'll even give you 200-1. > Dare > >to bet? > > > >Dragonblaze > > > Realize that run-up from the incoming tidal waves[tsunamis] > might reach ten times the height of the wave...God help us! > &The ~80 meter wave resulting from the 1300-meter meteoroid > impact will spread out thousands of miles in all directions, > w/ tremendous subterranean seismic waves rolling "far away > sinking great countries"[ref. C1Q69 Michel de Nostradamus]. > If you want to live in fantasyland you go right ahead. The > prophesied earthchanges are commencing and there's nothing > you can say or do to stop the cataclysm...it is inevitable! > And this is only the beginning; by or before October 2001 > the >20 degree shift of the *geographical* poles will find > waters running up over a mile high [e.g. Denver, Colorado]. > The skeptics a.k.a. gradualist-uniformitarianists will mock > to the bitter end. The 'Khan of Terror' impact is imminent > (neocatastrophists never had it so good). All you naysayers > will very soon fall silent just watch and see. BE PREPARED! I thought so. Not too willing to bet on this, are you? Could it be you're teensy weensy unsure of your 'truth'? I'll be mailing you on the 18th of November. Dragonblaze - God? I'm no God. God has mercy. - * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:17 EDT 1999 Article: 21258 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> Lines: 25 Bytes: 1077 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.33 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eB04EBEITwVOWA4CGU8RFQEuBRcMFFwCFF8RERlJVg1LVQxFRBNZR0BSSks= Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 07:04:14 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.12 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940341909 10.0.2.12 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 07:05:09 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 07:05:09 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21258 misc.taxes:90189 can.politics:366424 alt.politics.clinton:737580 fredg@his.com (Fred Grosby) wrote: > That's the Adolph Hitler school, and the KKK school (of which the > David Duke school is a part) as well. > Fine. Now we know who we're dealing with. > Fred Grosby Strange you would bring this point up. Historical records tell us that Hitler was a Jew by the name of Schickelgrueber (Shekel Grubber). The KKK was originated by a Mr. Pike, a chief honcho of the Freemasons in the USA. It is well documented that the Freemasonry is a direct offshoot of Cabalism and Zionism. See: http://www.ametro.net/crownrights/masonry/ Notice that "cabal" has within its structure the word "baal". Baalism was the worship of material goods, the veneration of greed and lust, and sympolized by the erect penis. Great motivations for human beings who are supposed to be living as is given in Micah 6: 6-8!!?? Eldon Warman The Anti-semitic Semite (According to Mr. Taxman) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:17 EDT 1999 Article: 21268 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newshub.northeast.verio.net!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> Lines: 86 Bytes: 4616 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.27 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eDseNjcuaSNofigkP2k3MycIIzEqMnokMnk3Nz9vcCttcypjYjV/YWV0bWk= Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 13:18:44 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.13 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940364441 10.0.2.13 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 13:20:41 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 13:20:41 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21268 misc.taxes:90216 can.politics:366493 alt.politics.clinton:737658 Mimi Weasel wrote: > Can't you EVER write ANYTHING that isn't a LIE??? Hitler was never > a Jew, Comment: OH? How about this from a biography (Yeah! I know. Lies! Lies!): "Hitler's father, Alois, was born on 7 June 1837 to Maria Anna Schickelgruber, unmarried daughter of Johann Schickelgruber from the village of Strones in Lower Austria. The entry in the baptismal register of Dollerscheim parish shows that the baby was christened Alois Schickelgruber. The space in the register for the father's name was left blank. When Alois was five years old, his mother married a mill worker named Johann Georg Hiedler. Alois was passed over to his step-father's brother, who raised him like his own son. In 1876, when he was 39, Alois, now a customs official in the Austrian service, succeeded in persuading his foster father, Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, to have his birth records altered. In the old register, under the entry of 7 June 1837, the parish priest was persuaded to change the term 'illegitimate' to 'legitimate', to fill in the name Johann Georg Hiedler in the blank space for the name of the father p; accidently mis-spelling it 'Johann Georg Hitler' in the process, and to insert a marginal note: 'The undersigned confirm that Georg Hitler, registered as the father, who is well known to the undersigned witnesses, admits to being the father of the child Alois as stated by the child's mother, Anna Schickelgruber, and has requested the entry of his name in the present baptismal register'. Three illiterate witnesses appended their marks to the statement. The statement was clearly false if only to the extent that by this time both the mother and alleged father had been dead for about twenty years. From January 1877 Alois Schickelgruber called himself Alois Hitler. Mimi wrote: >the KKK was formed by a former Confederate general and Freemasonry has existed for CENTURIES. George Washington (a Freemason) said "America will become what Freemasonry already is; a temple of virtue" Are you going to claim that George Washington was a Jew? Comment: There are no historical records that show the Freemasons, as we know the mystery cult that exists today, existed before the mid 1700's - along with the primary directive organization, the Illuminatti. Organizations such as the Templars and Hospitalers had their secret rites; but, they were not the modern Freemasons. The American Freemason organization to which Washington belonged was a Christian based organization and likely had roots in the Midaeval Templars. The American Freemasons were taken over by the Scottish and French controlled Freemasons (Venetians Zionists). And, Washington doesn't necessarily show clean hands either. He certainly made sure the US Constitution wasn't ratified by the true sovereign of the USA - the People. This "oversight" has cost the American People their birthright and their liberty. Mimi wrote: You idiot revisionist liars are all the same; stupid and gullible. Comment: I would apply for the position of village idiot in your town and start the local chapter of the liar's club; however, I find that Mimi has already filled the position; and; she already owns the local franchise for the liar's club. What can I do? Mimi wrote: Perhaps you should invest in a library card and do your own research that which is being fed to you is terribly wrong and anyone with even a modicum of education can see right through your lies and inaccuracies. Comment: I would suggest most history books have been extensively modified. Except for those who would rule the world for their financial gain and power, I can't see the motivation for any others to modify the history books. Motivation for the modification of history seems most present in the Zionist's plans for world domination. Although it isn't pleasing what Jews are learning and believing in their synagogues and the Talmud, the Zionist agenda is a radical departure into Satanism. That is why thinking Jews are getting worried these days. The Zionists have no quams about throwing Jews or anyone else into their holocaust fires when it suits their ambitions. Sure, there are many Anglo-Saxon, German, French, Spanish and other names associated with Satanic Zionism; however, the top names are still Khazar Jew or Venetian family names. (Bauer, Schiff, Kuhn, Leob, Hohenzollern (Windsor), Cabotti, to name a few.) Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:18 EDT 1999 Article: 21272 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <11f733ec.9b3df9da@usw-ex0101-001.remarq.com> Lines: 82 Bytes: 4059 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.41 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7udt48$6a5$1@ultra.sonic.net> <0a0133f8.35669cf9@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.70bc9966@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eDwZMTApbiRveS8jOG4wNCAPJDYtNX0jNX4wMDhodyxqdC1kZTJ4ZmFzbGg= Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 15:47:30 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.1 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940373747 10.0.2.1 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 15:55:47 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 15:55:47 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21272 bc.politics:135067 alt.folklore.urban:276059 soc.culture.canada:210921 "Neill McKay" wrote: > Maybe you were asleep. Otherwise, you would have heard the part of the Oath in which she swore to 'govern the peoples of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Pakistan, and Ceylon, and of [her] possessions and the other territories to any of them belonging or pertaining, according to their respective laws and customs'. Around the same time, she was proclaimed 'Supreme Liege Lady in and over Canada' in Ottawa. Noteworthy is the fact that the crown which appears in Canadian heraldry (on coats of arms, in the logos of certain government agencies, on the forarms of warrant officers and petty officers in the Canadian Forces, etc.) is St.Edward's crown, the one she was actually crowned with. For purposes relating strictly to the United Kingdom, she wears the Imperial State Crown. So we have one crown for the Commonwealth to share among themselves, and one for British purposes. Comment: I still say you are hopping around the Land of Oz. King George 5th, signed the Statute of Westminster into law in 1931, Nowhere in that document, which gives up ALL legislative, commercial and judicial authority over the Dominions, was there ANY sovereignty retained by the Monarch of Great Britain over these former colonies. The two year old's game of pretend does not reality make! All the hearldry of which you speak came to a grinding halt in 1931. It is only the devious minds of those who control the "Crown" of the City of London that have continued to foist this figment of imagination upon the Canadian People. City of London? See: http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/bb980304.htm Since, I'm sure, you won't go there, let me quote a few paragraphs: "When people hear "The Crown", they automatically think of the King and Queen. When they hear "London" or "The City", they instantly think of the capital of England in which the monarch officially resides since London's expansion absorbed the City of Westminster. "The City" is in fact a privately owned Corporation - or sovereign state - occupying 677 acres in the heart of the 610 square mile "Greater London" area. The population of the City is 5,000 whereas Greater London has 8 million. "The Crown" is a committee of 12-14 men who rule this independent sovereign state known as London or "The City". "The City" is not a part of England and is not subject to the Sovereign nor under rule of Parliament. It is an independent state, like Kowloon City in Hong Kong, which belonged to Communist China. It's the Vatican of the commercial world. The City is ruled by a Lord Mayor elected for one year. When the Queen visits the City she's met by the Lord Mayor at Temple Bar, the symbolic gate of the City. She bows to him and asks permission to enter his private, sovereign State. He grants permission to enter by handing her the sword of State. During such State visits, the Lord Mayor with his robes and chain, his entourage in medieval costume, outshines the Royal party, which can dress-up no further than service uniforms. The Lord Mayor leads the Queen into the City of which he is the monarch and she is his subject. (My note: See Magna Carta: Article 13) The Rothschild-controlled Bank of England, Lloyd's underwriters, London Stock Exchange, leading international trading concerns, as well as headquarters of the newspaper and publishing world are located here. The small clique who rule the City dictate to the British Parliament, Prime Minister and Cabinet." End quote. The "Crown of Thorns" carries a bit more authority over Canadians than does the crown of any English saint. End of discussion! Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant (The topic for which I came on this discussion group to offer my knowledge and to debate in a serious manner.) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:18 EDT 1999 Article: 21281 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <17599f0b.b7f9add5@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 34 Bytes: 1437 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.77 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7udt48$6a5$1@ultra.sonic.net> <0a0133f8.35669cf9@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.70bc9966@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <11f733ec.9b3df9da@usw-ex0101-001.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eGlMZGV8O3E6LHp2bTtlYXVacWN4YCh2YCtlZW09Ink/IXgxMGctMzcmOjs= Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:26:00 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940379668 10.0.2.6 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:34:28 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:34:28 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21281 alt.folklore.urban:276079 soc.culture.canada:210935 "Neill McKay" wrote: > That's exactly the point. The Queen of the United Kingdom has no > constitutional connection with Canada. The Queen of Canada, on > the other hand, is entrenched in the constitution of Canada. Comment: Who in the Hell entrenched a Constitution, let alone a Queen of Canada??? The true sovereign of Canada, the People, certainly didn't. Quebec certainly didn't. The IMPOSTOR Federal Government certainly didn't have the authority to do that. WHO DID??? The joke called the Canadian Constitution would better be described as ensewered. That's where such crap belongs. > I don't think so. There is a Canadian heraldic authority, > established in the last twenty years or so. Question: Who established this? The IMPOSTOR Federal Government? The Canadian Security Intelligence Service, also established fairly recently, features a crown on its badge. QUESTION: Who established CSIS? The IMPOSTOR Federal Government? > The rank insignia I mentioned are part of the integrated Canadian Forces rank system created in the late 'sixties. The coat of arms of Nunavut, designed this year, includes the crown. Heraldry is alive and well. QUESTION: Who is responsible for all of this? The IMPOSTOR Federal Government? Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:18 EDT 1999 Article: 21282 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Republic of Canada Newsgroups: can.taxes,bc.politics,alt.folklore.urban,soc.culture.canada Message-ID: <11f733ec.bba11e3c@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 25 Bytes: 1126 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.77 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7uau9p$tes$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38090ED9.4011DA9@home.com> <0a0133f8.5bb3db88@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7udt48$6a5$1@ultra.sonic.net> <0a0133f8.35669cf9@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.70bc9966@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eLWQuLmg563m8Kaqsee5vamGrb+kvPSqvPe5ubHh/qXj/aTt7Lvx7+v65uc= Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:40:01 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940380508 10.0.2.6 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:48:28 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 17:48:28 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21282 bc.politics:135084 alt.folklore.urban:276082 soc.culture.canada:210938 "Neill McKay" wrote: > Maybe you were asleep. Otherwise, you would have heard the part of the Oath in which she swore to 'govern the peoples of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Pakistan, and Ceylon, and of [her] possessions and the other territories to any of them belonging or pertaining, according to their respective laws and customs'. Comment: It's strange that the British Government had made it clear, as early as 1948, that Canadians were not "British subjects". She was being sworn in as the Monarch of Great Britain - not the Queen of Canada. And besides, if the Queen honours oaths as much as Jews and Freemasons do, then such an oath and a loonie may get you a cup of coffee. >Around the same time, she was proclaimed 'Supreme Liege Lady in and over Canada' in Ottawa. Question: Who bestowed this "honourary position"? The People of Canada? Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:19 EDT 1999 Article: 21285 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Keith Medcalf's Big Day October 13, 1999 Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <000b8d9b.17d97615@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> Lines: 45 Bytes: 2274 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.24 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <09920fb9.799749c3@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <38068975.35639306@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.98fded39@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <3807a839.28005914@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.05b7499e@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807eb7b.45227324@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eJWwmJmAx43G0IaKkceZnYmmjZ+EnNSKnNeZmZHB3oXD3YTNzJvRz8jaw8Q= Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 18:13:29 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.4 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940382675 10.0.2.4 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 18:24:35 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 18:24:35 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21285 misc.taxes:90238 can.politics:366573 alt.politics.clinton:737743 (Fred Grosby) wrote: > This is where I get off your bus, Eldon. I've read Branch Dividian > stuff and Freemen stuff and a whole bunch of other sovreign citizen > stuff. Mostly passages taken out of context to support a > predetermined conclusion allowing them to evade the rule of law. I > don't buy any of it. Comment. Fred, get back on the subject. Your diversionary rhetoric puts you back into the "street fighter' catagory. You certainly have no evidence that either group mentioned broke any laws relative to the common law States in which they were brutalized by the Despotic Federal Government of the United States. You obviously are a sucker for New World Order propaganda. If you respect Jefferson, respect what he believed. > I've read the Statute of Westminster, and as far as I can see > that is not what it says. It might be what you wish it said, but I don't think that the plain language of the document support it. Comment: Au contrare. My knowledge of the Statute of Westminster comes >from the man who instigated its passage in Britain -one Roger Smith of Qu'Appelle Saskatchewan. And of other knowledgable men of influence in the early 1930's. Example: The (Br.) Interpretations Act, 1889. Sect. 18 Para.3, - The expression "colony" shall mean any of Her Majesty's Dominions exclusive of the British Islands and British India, and where parts of such dominions are under both a Central Legislature and a Local Legislature for the purposes of this definition shall be deemed to be one Colony. > "In this Act the expression "Dominion" means any of the following > Dominions, that is to say, the Dominion of Canada ... " > Not the provinces individually, the Dominion as a whole. I don't > see how you can get around that. ANSWER: Section 7(2) addresses the conferred rights of legislative sovereignty as being applicable to the Provinces of Canada. They didn't do that for Australian States or other political divisions of the former Dominions (colonies). The same legislative sovereign rights cannot belong to two levels of government. Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:19 EDT 1999 Article: 21297 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <0a0133f8.2d33ab90@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 17 Bytes: 610 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.38 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eHRReXhhJmwnMWdrcCZ4fGhHbH5lfTVrfTZ4eHAgP2QiPGUsLXowLik7Iyk= Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 21:19:56 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940393312 10.0.2.11 (Tue, 19 Oct 1999 21:21:52 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 19 Oct 1999 21:21:52 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21297 misc.taxes:90249 can.politics:366603 alt.politics.clinton:737788 Mimi Weasel wrote: > NEWSFLASH: Jews don't DO baptism, that is a Christian rite. > Mimi Weasel Sorry about that. Adam Weishaupt, the founder of the Illuminatti was a Jew who supposedly converted to Catholicism. Calvin's name was originally Cantor, I'm told. There are hundreds of Jews who took on the Christian cloak so they could live in peace; but, all were supposedly absolved of their sins and oaths by the KOL NIDRE prayer. Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:19 EDT 1999 Article: 21314 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Queen Of Canada?? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.aed6ceb7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 47 Bytes: 2363 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.22 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here X-Wren-Trace: eKCFray18rjz5bO/pPKsqLyTuKqxqeG/qeKsrKT067D26LH4+a7k+v7v9vc= Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 05:33:40 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940422757 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 20 Oct 1999 05:32:37 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 05:32:37 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21314 The question remains. When and where is the authority given allowing the Monarch of Great Britain to be the Crown of Canada. No such actual “Crown” exists. The Manarch rules under the symbology of sovereignty of an actual “crown”. Where is it FOLKS? Did the Statute of Westminster terminate the rule of the Monarch of Great Britain over Canada and other former dominions? Section 2(1) of the Statute of Westminster (1931) states, quote: The Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, shall not apply to any law made after the commencement of this Act by the Parliament of a Dominion. Unquote. Notice? "shall not apply to ANY law made". Not recognizing any validity or authority in a federal government in Canada, Section 7(2)recognized this part of Section 2, and the remainder of Section 2, is applied to th Provinces and Provincial Legislatures. Section 7(3) seems to indicate that “powers” were conferred on the Parliament of Canada; however, Section 7(2) would negate that; as, the same powers cannot be conferred upon ttwo levels of government. Or, was Canada’s status as a colony never actually terminated? What did the Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865 say? Quote: Sec.6 - Any proclamation purported to be published by the authority of the Governor, circulating in any newspaper in the Colonies, signifying Her Majesty’s assent to any such Colonial law or Her Majesty’s disallowance of any such reserved bill as aforesaid, shall be prima facie evidence of such disallowance or assent. Unquote. Doesn't sound like very much "sovereignty to rule" was retained here? If Queen Lizzie of Great Britain is “Queen of Canada”, by WHAT authority is she Queen of Canada? And, by what authority is this IMPOSTOR Parliament of Canada using “the Crown” or “Regina” as the “Person” laying suits and criminal charges against Sovereign Canadians? PRETEND? IMAGINATION? USURPATION? Facts presented are from a paper by Walter F. Kuhl, SoCred. MP, Edson-Jasper, 1935-1949: “Canada, A Country Without A Constitution” Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:20 EDT 1999 Article: 21315 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 43 Bytes: 2284 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.83 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> X-Wren-Trace: eIKnj46X0JrRx5GdhtCOip6xmoiTi8Odi8COjobWyZLUypPa24zG2NzN3tQ= Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 06:02:55 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940424848 10.0.2.43 (Wed, 20 Oct 1999 06:07:28 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 06:07:28 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21315 misc.taxes:90271 can.politics:366653 alt.politics.clinton:737874 "Polish Prince" wrote: > One thing in Life, Never, but Never, disagree with a Jew. You will > be branded an Anti-Semite for Life. You never disagree with the > Stupid thought of the individual, it is always twisted as an attack > upon the Zionist people as a whole. Never disagree with a Jewish > individual. Comment: Thanks for the advice. Actually, that whole scheme is clearly defined in the Protocols of The Learned Elders of Zion. If you are unfamiliar with this all too authentic and "right on the nose" document as to what is going on in this imposition of the New World (dis)Order, the first version of which was reported by the Duke of Bavaria in 1785, but now being propagandized as "a KGB fraud", it is readily available on the 'net. Funny that ALL the people involved in the Bolchevik Revolution (1917) were Khazar Jews, including Lenin, and the operation was funded by Kuhn-Leob, and other New York bankers. Doesn't that mean that the KGB was set up by Russian Khazar Jews? The logic of the KGB putting out the Protocols as anti-semitic propaganda evades all logic. If you wish, I can post the names of those who led the Bolchevik Revolution. They were NOT Slavic Russians! Yes, Paul McKeever, I would like to keep the discussion within the confines of "income tax"; however, I teach Canadians how to recover their Sovereign Natural Person status; and, to do that, I must also educate Canadian on what sort of CRAP has put them into this Feudal servitude. Karl Marx, a Jew, wrote the program, and that directly out of the books of the Talmud. Sigmund Freud and Pavlov, Jews, conditioned the minds of the stupid "Goy" to cower down and accept the despotic program of the Talmud. I know that you "goy" lawyers are want to act like a couple of cattle in the slaughterhouse yard bickering over a mouthful of hay; however, if you don't wake up to the realities soon, you and your grandchildren are going to be burned hamburger! ...Second thought: One has to have some balls before one can have grandchildren... Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite and Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:20 EDT 1999 Article: 21316 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <004aa0e3.d61d18fc@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 15 Bytes: 352 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.83 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <#G7zNQqG$GA.306@cpmsnbbsa05> <380D6616.936DC9AB@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eC8KIiM6fTd8ajwwK30jJzMcNyU+Jm4wJm0jIyt7ZD95Zz53diFrdXFgc3k= Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 06:05:47 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940424872 10.0.2.43 (Wed, 20 Oct 1999 06:07:52 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 06:07:52 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21316 misc.taxes:90272 can.politics:366654 alt.politics.clinton:737876 Mimi Weasel wrote: > Peter Lawford wrote: > > Really, Eldon, are you that damned dumb? > Apparently, he is. > Mimi Weasel YUP! DUMB! Dumb Like a FOX! Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:21 EDT 1999 Article: 21333 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> Lines: 14 Bytes: 613 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.113 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eJWwmJmAx43G0IaKkceZnYmmjZ+EnNSKnNeZmZHB3oXD3YTNzJvRz8jawMHI Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 20:55:44 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.3 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940478674 10.0.2.3 (Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:04:34 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:04:34 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21333 misc.taxes:90323 can.politics:366893 alt.politics.clinton:738094 Mimi, Would you care to explain to me why the Warburg bank of Amsterdam financed Adolf Schickelgruber? You know, the fellow who took the GOY name to hide the fact that he was a Jew. The Warburgs were/are an intermarried branch of the Rothchild Empire. Your vile diatribes, name calling and lack of a sensible answer will tell the readers of this discussion-news group that you are as phony as a Federal Reserve Note. Eldon Warman AKA: Wile. E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:21 EDT 1999 Article: 21334 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-feed.riddles.org.uk!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <09920fb9.b497fd08@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1339 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.113 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <#G7zNQqG$GA.306@cpmsnbbsa05> <380D6616.936DC9AB@home.com> <004aa0e3.d61d18fc@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF4E5.3246E63E@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eH1YcHFoL2UuOG5ieS9xdWFOZXdsdDxidD9xcXkpNm0rNWwlJHM5JyAyKCkg Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:12:20 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.3 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940479818 10.0.2.3 (Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:23:38 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:23:38 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21334 misc.taxes:90324 can.politics:366901 alt.politics.clinton:738096 Mimi, That's an interesting story you tell about the Protocols; however, it does not explain why today's events in politics, finances, education, health care, abortion, morality, family life, Freemason influences, and much else so closely resemble the model presented in the Protocols. Are you saying that it is all coincidence? That this "vile" propaganda against the Jews is but a figment of imagination by some anti-semitic, anti-Freemason bigot? You've got to be kidding if you think people will swallow that one - well, maybe Fred and Mr. Taxman will - they seem to have bulldog mouths and jaybird assholes.. It is not very difficult to learn the depth to which the Rothchild and Warburg clan has taken over world finances and the world's gold supply. It is not difficult to get information - from many sources, and all matching, as to how these bankers have caused genocide in many parts of the world. How can you apologise and attempt to deceive people on these things. Just how stupid do you think people are? Are all sources of information which doesn't agree with the program of the Protocols liars, anti-semitic idiots? Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:21 EDT 1999 Article: 21335 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Queen Of Canada?? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <2750ac20.b7e238b1@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> Lines: 54 Bytes: 2397 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.113 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <1415c574.aed6ceb7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eHVQeHlgJ20mMGZqcSd5fWlGbX9kfDRqfDd5eXEhPmUjPWQtLHsxLyg6ICEo Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:24:57 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.3 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940480427 10.0.2.3 (Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:33:47 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 20 Oct 1999 21:33:47 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21335 Original text gained some unwanted characters - must have been the work of Fred or Mr. Taxman THE QUESTION REMAINS When and where is the authority given allowing the Monarch of Great Britain to be the Crown of Canada. No such actual “Crown" exists. The Monarch rules under the symbology of sovereignty of an actual “crown". Where is it FOLKS? Did the Statute of Westminster terminate the rule of the Monarch of Great Britain over Canada and other former dominions? Section 2(1) of the Statute of Westminster (1931) states, quote: The Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, shall not apply to any law made after the commencement of this Act by the Parliament of a Dominion. Unquote. Notice? "shall not apply to ANY law made". Not recognizing any validity or authority in a federal government in Canada, Section 7(2)recognized this part of Section 2, and the remainder of Section 2, is applied to th Provinces and Provincial Legislatures. Section 7(3) seems to indicate that “powers" were conferred on the Parliament of Canada; however, Section 7(2) would negate that; as, the same powers cannot be conferred upon two levels of government. Or, was Canada's status as a colony never actually terminated? What did the Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865 say? Quote: Sec.6 - Any proclamation purported to be published by the authority of the Governor, circulating in any newspaper in the Colonies, signifying Her Majesty's assent to any such Colonial law or Her Majesty's disallowance of any such reserved bill as aforesaid, shall be prima facie evidence of such disallowance or assent. Unquote. Doesn't sound like very much "sovereignty to rule" was retained here? If Queen Lizzie of Great Britain is “Queen of Canada", by WHAT authority is she Queen of Canada? And, by what authority is this IMPOSTOR Parliament of Canada using “the Crown" or “Regina" as the “Person" laying suits and criminal charges against Sovereign Canadians? PRETEND? IMAGINATION? USURPATION? Facts presented are from a paper by Walter F. Kuhl, SoCred. MP, Edson-Jasper, 1935-1949: “Canada, A Country Without A Constitution". Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:22 EDT 1999 Article: 21346 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 43 Bytes: 2245 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.148 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eCEELC00czlyZDI+JXMtKT0SOSswKGA+KGMtLSV1ajF3aTB5eC9le3xudHB3 Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:41:33 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940535167 10.0.2.43 (Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:46:07 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:46:07 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21346 misc.taxes:90350 can.politics:367083 alt.politics.clinton:738243 "Peter Lawford" wrote: > A Federal Reserve Note will cash, and buy me a Big Mac for lunch. > Your theories won't. What you've quoted below is post-Hitler Nazi > propoganda. ANSWER: In your ignorance, (or, is it simply a devious attempt to sidetrack fact), you should know that Naziism and Communism came out of the same bucket - Talmudism. I am absolutely a Jeffersonian Libertarian. There is absolutely nothing in my philosophy of government that bespeaks of any collectivism - a product of Talmudism. > Do you also believe that it is a lie that Germany build death camps for Jews? Some websites say that it is all revisionist history; do you believe them? ANSWER: I really don't care one way or the other. My concern is for my grandchildren in Canada. Where are your loyalties? ANSWER: I have read the book by David Irving, (can't recall the title at the moment); however, it was well documented with wartime photos. There are during the war pictures of Auswitz, and after the war photos. The supposed creamatoriums did not exist during the war; but were built after - so the official military pictures show. The camp was a coal to gas plant owned and operated by I. Farben. - a company associated with large American companies. If that was a fabricated "holocaust" setting, what can one expect of the other sites? The Jews, through the influence of the Zionist controlled ADL use the same name calling and invectives, had David Irving banned from Canada. Never did they offer any honest proof that what he said in his book was false. That hardly bespeaks of an honest person or group. Notice that they have used invective to counter my facts, thoughts, and beliefs on this discussion group. The KOL NIDRE allows them to lie, cheat, steal, and bear false witness with supposed impunity. The Torah and the Books of the Prophets certainly do not allow that type of mindset for the TRUE JEWS not "the People who call themselves Jews; but are of the Synagogue of Satan". Eldon Warman AKA: Wile. E. Coyote, racist, idiot, anti-semitic or whatever... * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:22 EDT 1999 Article: 21347 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!feeder.qis.net!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Queen Of Canada?? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.b75cae26@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 18 Bytes: 719 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.148 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <1415c574.aed6ceb7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <2750ac20.b7e238b1@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <380f2f5f.365598@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eEhtRURdGlAbDVtXTBpEQFR7UEJZQQlXQQpEREwcA1geAFkQEUYMEhUHHRke Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:50:42 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940535716 10.0.2.43 (Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:55:16 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 12:55:16 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21347 Thanks for the advice, Fred. Unlike some of the people on this debate group who apparently "Know It All", I would readily admit that I have a lot to learn about many things, the least of which is computers and the internet. So, when you hear or see me calling you names and using invectives to counter any arguments that you may have, rather than making a counterpoint or offering proof of the opposite to your views, you will know that I have reached the grand plateau of Knowing All. Eldon Warman The Village Idiot of Calgary (position applied for) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:23 EDT 1999 Article: 21348 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Keith Must Be In Jail Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.ba856a5a@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 28 Bytes: 1161 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.148 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <_L6P3.1775$h81.99508@news1.rdc1.on.wave.home.com> <380d28bb.195569133@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7un99a$o2o$1@news.auaracom.net> X-Wren-Trace: eCIHLy43cDpxZzE9JnAuKj4ROigzK2M9K2AuLiZ2aTJ0ajN6eyxmeH9td3N0 Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:02:49 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940536296 10.0.2.43 (Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:04:56 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:04:56 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21348 I think "Mr. Taxman" is David Sherman in disguise. Mr. Sherman would lose $millions$ if Keith had prevailed - and would have wasted his whole life, which he has dedicated to TREASON against the Canadian People. Since the Income Tax is based upon a fraudulent contract which changes Canadian people into legal entities and outlaws them in violation of the "liberties, rights and concessions" that were declared forever in the Magna Carta, what can one expect of Mr. Sherman or his alter-ego, Mr. Taxman but gloating that their IMPOSTOR and Fraudulent Judge Lackies ruled against Keith. (Watch Mr. Taxman come back with drivel and invective!) Paul, you as a learned lawyer, should know the common Law axiom: 1. "Actus legis nemini facit injuriam" An act of the law wrongs no man. Translation: An act of the law is to be so limited in its operation that no right shall be prejudiced. Precedent: 2 Bl. Com.123; 69 Ga. 400: Broom, Max. 127, 409. Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. 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From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:23 EDT 1999 Article: 21349 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!nntp.ntr.net!remarQ60!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <1415c574.ccc8c430@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> Lines: 29 Bytes: 1434 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.98 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380DF413.C3FEDEC5@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eAwpAQAZXhRfSR8TCF4ABBA/FAYdBU0TBU4AAAhYRxxaRB1UVQJIVlJDUVE= Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:19:27 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.5 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940537570 10.0.2.5 (Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:26:10 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:26:10 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21349 misc.taxes:90353 can.politics:367099 alt.politics.clinton:738252 "Peter Lawford" wrote: > Eldon believe just about anything anyone tells him, whether it is > non-existent death camps, false claims about Hitler's heritage, > Area 51, Blackhawk helicopters near his house nightly (that's just > the air conditioning compressor, Eldon!), Loch Ness Monster, Bermuda > Triangle, Bigfoot, Elvis-Is-Alive-And-Living-In-Amarillo, etc. ANSWER: No. I don't believe everything. I don't believe I can have a Rabbe speak a prayer that allows me to cheat, lie, steal, commit false witness, and all sorts of despicable acts (Kol NIDRE), and have my Father in Heaven forgive me for such acts. The only God I know who would forgive such things from his children lives in a place called Hell! > If I only thought he had some assets, I would create a scam and > take them -- not a jury in the world would convict me. > PL ANSWER: If the jury were made up of Freemasons and Jews, you likely would; as, apparently they are allowed to lie for a fellow mason or a fellow jew. Fortunately, my assets are my Spiritual Connection to My Father; and no human fluncky court can take those assets away from me. Eldon Warman AKA: A friend of Adolf Shekel-Grubber, according to the "elitists" who can't find a decent answer to my factual statements. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:23 EDT 1999 Article: 21353 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Are There No Worthy Opponents? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.b6ab38e8@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> Lines: 35 Bytes: 1506 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.118 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here X-Wren-Trace: eAUgCAkQVx1WQBYaAVcJDRk2HQ8UDEQaDEcJCQFRThVTTRRdXAtBX1hKUFFT Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:57:35 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.14 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940539420 10.0.2.14 (Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:57:00 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 13:57:00 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21353 An Irishman was asked: Why do you Irish fight each other? His answer: Because we have no worthy opponents! I am getting frustrated with this Discussion Group. There seems to be very few participants who wish to carry on an honest debate. Most are into "invective" and name calling". Hey Folks! This doesn't constitute a philosophic debate. look up "Errors of Philosophy" or "Fallacies of Philosophy" to learn the Marquis of Queensbury rules on debate. The Income Tax issue is tied into the Zionist banker's usury money system, an evil scheme that has destroyed nation-states since the days of antiquity. My statements on that aspect led to the "Mad Dogs" of the Bnai' Brith (Brotherhood of the Sons of Ai) being turned loose upon me. "Ai" was the ancient capitol of the Edomite Empire - the ancient to modern sworn enemy of True Israel and Judah (see Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion - that "faked" script that is 100% factual in light of today's newspaper). Their vain an boisterous expletives, invectives, and name calling was suppose to do a character assination of me and my statements - without truthfully confronting the issues raised. Po-Poing is not a debating technique that worthy of any educated human being; and, certaily not worthy of enlightened human beings. Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:24 EDT 1999 Article: 21364 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <09920fb9.be49078a@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 44 Bytes: 2406 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.4 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eOXA6Onwt/22oPb64bfp7fnW/e/07KT67Kfp6eGxrvWzrfS9vOuhv7iqtQ== Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:39:19 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940574480 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:41:20 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:41:20 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21364 misc.taxes:90386 can.politics:367229 alt.politics.clinton:738426 "Peter Lawford" wrote: > You're loyalty is not to your grandchildren, it is to stupidity. I > am not Jewish, and do not have any Jewish blood in my lineage. So, I > am not a Zionist (and in fact am not happy about U.S. aid to Israel). > Yet, my Grandfather fought in the war, and visited several of the > death camps immediately prior to and immediately after the end of the > war. He took photographs of the death camps, the originals of which I > have in my possession. Prior to his death, he told me about visiting > the camps. Comment: There you go "gutter fighting" like Fred. You may not be a Jew; but, you're sure acting like one. Sure, lots of people died in the German death camps - mostly Germans who had a different political view than the Zazis - Jehovah's Witnesses, Communists, village idiots (good thing I wasn't there), cripples, infirm elderly, clergy who spoke out, etc. etc., as well as many Khazar Jews who had taken over most of the businesses in the towns and villages and were raping and pillaging the people just like their big Zionist brothers are now doing to Canada. No one seems to be able to find any more than about 2,000,000 million Jews in all of Europe in 1940. They keep pretty good records of such things there. Unless they did a lot of breeding in the prison camps, the holocaust of 6,000,000 is a huge exageration - not that one killed by murder is acceptable; however, the story seems to serve the purpose of laying a guilt trip on even the countries that helped stop the Zionist inspired and paid for Nazi regime, so that all of the western world can have its pockets picked and its pantries looted by these thugs. What are you doing to make Canada, or wherever you are living, a better place and a free society for your grandchildrem? Obviously, not much! If you think you are going to leave them money, don't be surprised when you wake up January 1st and find all your savings have blown away like steam from a whistle. Then, you may realize that there is more to life than material wealth and influence. You might consider "Freedom" as an alternate choice of gifts for your grandchildren. I suspect they would thank you ever so much more. Eldon Warman AKA: Stupid * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:24 EDT 1999 Article: 21365 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!skynet.be!195.224.165.20.MISMATCH!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <2750ac20.c1c3d2a2@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 27 Bytes: 1192 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.4 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eAQhCQgRVhxXQRcbAFYIDBg3HA4VDUUbDUYICABQTxRSTBVcXQpAXllLVA== Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:52:34 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940575095 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:51:35 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 21 Oct 1999 23:51:35 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21365 misc.taxes:90387 can.politics:367233 alt.politics.clinton:738427 Sorry, sir, I am not concerned what happened 60 years ago. I am concerned what is happening in Canada today. It seems that I haven't cornered the market on "stupidity" and "idiocy". You seem to have arrived first; and, with the biggest basket. The damned Zionist bankers, and their lackeys are robbing the people of this country blind - and, into destitution, and you quibble about some dubious historical facts that has absolutely nothing to do with the NOW. I just can't get over how many TREASONOUS BASTARDS that are showing up to defend these Satanists and their usury shekel grubbing. What in Hell is wrong with your simple minds? What kind of world do you want for your grandchildren? I quote from an interesting book in which the author says: "A country that does not consider the welfare of its grandchildren cannot continue to exist." From what I am hearing here on this discussion group, neither Canada nor the USA has long to exist as an identifiable nation. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:25 EDT 1999 Article: 21366 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Are There No Worthy Opponents? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.c435a54e@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 10 Bytes: 408 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.4 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.b6ab38e8@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <3cLP3.2112$dk2.217513@news1.rdc1.on.wave.home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eDQROTghZixncScrMGY4PCgHLD4lPXUrPXY4ODBgfyRifCVsbTpwbml7ZA== Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 00:01:52 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940575653 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 00:00:53 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 00:00:53 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21366 It's in the history books. If you can't read, may I suggest "Dick and Jane" to start; then maybe Dr. Seuss for yourmore advanced readin. Maybe, some day you will grow up and play with the big boys.... ( ) Whatever name suits your fancy. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:25 EDT 1999 Article: 21373 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 28 Bytes: 1253 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.170 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eDIXPz4nYCphdyEtNmA+Oi4BKjgjO3MtO3A+PjZmeSJkeiNqazx2aG99Z2Bs Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 09:52:35 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940611246 10.0.2.16 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 09:54:06 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 09:54:06 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21373 alt.politics.clinton:738518 can.politics:367322 misc.taxes:90408 Why don't you do your homework before you open your mouth? "Tis better to keep your mouth shut, and let people think you're a fool, than to open it, and remove all doubt." Talmud. A collection of books originating in Babylon during the captivity of Judah (around 550BC). The term translated to English is: "The Wisdom of the Rabbim" (More like "The evil trash of of the Rabbim of the Synagogue of Satan"). Torah. Meaning: The Law The Pentatuch - the first five books of the Bible is also known as the Torah. The remainder of the Old Testament is the Books of the Prophets. The Talmud is a collection of hate literature, specifically against Christians, and more specifically against Northern Europeans. There is more evidence available that the People of Northern Europe are the direct descendents of Israel than there is evidence that the People who call themselves Jews ever had an ancestor in Palestine. They were Turk-Maygar stock who converted to Babylonian Judaism in 740 AD. For the simple minded: Torah = Good Talmud = Evil Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:25 EDT 1999 Article: 21377 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Idiotic Discussions: "Christian" Identity Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.6e6d87b3@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 17 Bytes: 748 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.170 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.1cfdfc3e@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.740ade2a@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <7uq4jt$1fir$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eMLnz87XkNqRh9HdxpDOyt7x2sjTy4Pdy4DOzsaWidKUitOam8yGmJ+Nl5Cc Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 10:03:29 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940611901 10.0.2.16 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 10:05:01 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 10:05:01 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21377 Notice the Zionist "assination" of Christian identity, and their sleazy attempt at tieing "aryan nations " a Zionist controlled organization, in with a Christian belief system. British Israelitism may be hooey, but a lot of highly qualified scholars have uncovered substantial evidence that it may have some truth to it. These scholars are not "radical racists" as some on this discussion group would have you readers to believe. Don't believe the Zionists would be part of an organization like the Mafia, and aryan nations? Read the Protocols! Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:26 EDT 1999 Article: 21384 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!skynet.be!195.224.165.20.MISMATCH!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Are There No Worthy Opponents? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.46477c8d@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 52 Bytes: 2262 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.50 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.b6ab38e8@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7uq852$1p25$3@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eO3I4OH4v/W+qP7y6b/h5fHe9ef85Kzy5K/h4em5pv27pfy1tOOpt7OivLg= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 12:58:27 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940622819 10.0.2.6 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 13:06:59 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 13:06:59 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21384 Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > Indeed - see http://www.nizkor.org/features/fallacies - they are > useful when dealing with Judeophobes whose usual response to > requests Comment: What other response can one expect from the "mad dogs" guarding the Gates of Hell (see Revelation 2:9 and 3:9). I didn't say or write it. A fellow from the Roman Province of Palestine called John wrote it 2,000 years ago. > for information is to invoke the Wascally Zionist Conspiracy... Comment: I think you people are rapidly losing ground trying to hide the fact, and to divert attention away from the fact, that the "Money Lenders" have a grand scheme going. > >The Income Tax issue is tied into the Zionist banker's usury money > >system, an evil scheme that has destroyed nation-states since the > days of antiquity. > I rest my case. Comment: Rested and avoided; but, NOT WON, I might add. > >My statements on that aspect led to the "Mad Dogs" of the Bnai' > Brith > Who are the "Mad Dogs" of B'nai Brith, Mr. Warman? (Do try to spell > the organization's name correctly, won't you, to avoid charges of > abject ignorance?) Comment: Look in the mirror! My spelling would look like this, if my true feelings were displayed: #%!*^#?@## How about my analysis of the name? Ben = son of Ai = ancient Edomite capitol Brith = brotherhood That sure doesn't sound like the b'nhebron Brith or b'nsalem Brith or b'n judah Brith. If you are true Jews, why the name of an Edomite city? Why take the name of a people who have always been the mortal enemies of the Israelites? Any plausable explanations. Bet you don't touch that one? Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite > The Nizkor Project: An Electronic Holocaust Educational Resource > Search: http://www.nizkor.org/search.html > Funding: http://www.nizkor.org/funding.html Comment: A project of deceitful obfuscation, that only convinces the already duped TRAITORS who seem to be enjouyng their slavery to these Zionist Bankers. Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 22 16:44:26 EDT 1999 Article: 21385 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-feed.riddles.org.uk!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <0a0133f8.47ca8890@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 15 Bytes: 444 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.50 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380DF413.C3FEDEC5@home.com> <1415c574.ccc8c430@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <380F8350.32A93B9F@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eEtuRkdeGVMYDlhUTxlHQ1d4U0FaQgpUQglHR08fAFsdA1oTEkUPERUEGh4= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 13:04:15 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940623167 10.0.2.6 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 13:12:47 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 13:12:47 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21385 misc.taxes:90414 can.politics:367376 alt.politics.clinton:738585 My! My! Aren't we showing our intelligence here, Mimi! Sure you're not related to Taz the Tazmanian devil of cartoon fame? Seems like you are whirling around in a dust cloud very much like he does. Bluster is NOT an answer to provable facts. Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:33 EDT 1999 Article: 21397 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Are There No Worthy Opponents? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <01906254.13500f4c@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1016 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.42 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.b6ab38e8@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7uq852$1p25$3@hub.org> <000b8d9b.46477c8d@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <3810D0C9.2724F0D3@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eH1YcHFoL2UuOG5ieS9xdWFOZXdsdDxidD9xcXkpNm0rNWwlJHM5JyMyLSo= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 20:35:35 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940649645 10.0.2.16 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 20:34:05 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 20:34:05 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21397 "David M. Sherman" wrote: > Mr. Warman evidently doesn't know any Hebrew grammar. B'nai is > simply the linked form of "banim", which is the plural of "ben", > meaning "son" or "child". B'nai simply means "children of", or "sons > of". Nothing to do with any Edomite capital. One can construct > thousands of identical examples: anashim="men", an'shai="men of". sforim="books", sifrai="books of". Comment: Are you sure about that, David? "Sons of Brotherhood" seems like a strange appalation for a group? And, especially in light of Chapter 17(4) of the Protocols: 4. THE KING OF THE EDOMITES WILL BE THE REAL POPE OF THE UNIVERSE, THE PATRIARCH OF AN INTERNATIONAL CHURCH. > Perhaps this newsgroup should return to discussion of tax law. Comment: I certainly can agree with that statement! Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:33 EDT 1999 Article: 21398 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Are There No Worthy Opponents? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1c31fd54.17c01a05@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 32 Bytes: 728 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.42 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.b6ab38e8@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7uq852$1p25$3@hub.org> <000b8d9b.46477c8d@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <7uqh6j$2hkr$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eH1YcHFoL2UuOG5ieS9xdWFOZXdsdDxidD9xcXkpNm0rNWwlJHM5JyMyLSo= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 20:52:35 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940650848 10.0.2.16 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 20:54:08 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 20:54:08 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21398 Need a list? How about: The Rothchild (Bauer) clan The Morgans The Warburgs The Schiffs Dozens of other US Federal Reserve, English and Swiss bankers About 3/4 of the Clinton cabinet Clinton's wife Janet Reno Ms. Albright Allan Greenspan Henry Kissinger The current Pope (Katz) Conrad Black Just the beginning, I'm afraid of a list that could be put together; but, I haven't got a couple of weeks, so, this will have to do. So , sue me if you like. I own my own strawman "nom de guerre", so, have at it! Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:34 EDT 1999 Article: 21403 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!news.mindspring.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Idiotic Discussions Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.d6c6faca@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 136 Bytes: 6832 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.66 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.1cfdfc3e@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <11f733ec.77df40fb@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <3802a3a5.11550568@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <11f733ec.5d332345@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <7uq5dl$1fir$4@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eEVgSElQF10WAFZaQRdJTVl2XU9UTARaTAdJSUERDlUTDVQdHEsBHxsKFxY= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:12:24 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940656056 10.0.2.6 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:20:56 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:20:56 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21403 Kenneth McVay OBC wrote: > > Eldon Warman wrote: > >And, how about the threat and underhanded tactics of Fred Grosby, > >who basically admits to having had HotMail shut down my e-mail > account. > How did Mr. Grosby do this, Mr. Warman? Did you violate Hotmail's > Terms of Service, perchance? (You know, the Terms you agreed to > respect when you got that Hotmail account?) Comment: If you could read, a skill which you haven't obviously mastered, you would know that Fred denied having done it. No, I didn't use Hotmail in any wrong way. Since MSN refused to tell me when, to whom, and what the supposed offense was about, I can only assume that the Jewish types decided to teach a little lesson to one who speaks too much truth about their evil schemes. I'm sure YOU have the answer as to who has enough influence at Microsoft to do such a deed - silly as it was. Now, I am going to ask you to explain, and without invective please - otherwise, it will show YOUR evil intent to obfuscate, the following statements from this webpage: http://www.christianbiblestudy.org/OPS/JM/jm0020a.htm Quote: One of the major parts of the Talmud can be found in what is called the CABALLA. According to the Jewish Encyclopedia, the Caballa teaches the: "exalted position of man, which is the true Jewish view of life and one appealed to over and over again in the Talmud. It was the Cabalists of Judaism who developed Jewish 'magic' - the casting of lots; necromancy; exorcism and astrology. These were all legitimized by the Talmud, although God's Law demanded the death penalty for anyone who practiced them, (See Lev. 20:276; Deut. 18: l0-12). In scathing manner, Jesus linked the Jewish Pharisees of His time with the Babylonian Red World Power to come, and which His Kingdom would ultimately destroy. (Read Matt. 23:13-15; 31-35). Jesus went so far as to say that the converts of Judaism became "two-fold more a child of hell", than those who converted them, (see Matt. 23:15). You who are "hell bent" on defending Judaism at all costs, think about this, for some day you will be held accountable before God, for defending His enemies. In fact, 2 John 10,11, indicates that if you help them in any way, you become "partaker in their evil deeds". Think about this the next time an abortion is performed by a Jewish doctor, in a Jewish owned abortion clinic. The Talmud is probably one of the most pornographic sets of books in existence and under American Law, may not be sent through the mail. One of its books the SEDER TOHOROTH(meaning cleanness), deals exclusively with the (mensturant woman) and devotes 509 pages discussing smell, color, and examination by the Rabbis of menstruation, without any apparent medical or spiritual reasons. It deals with such things as "urinating off the roof" and illustrates Christ's accusation to the Pharisees in Matt. 23:24, that they "make clean the outside of the cup and the platter; but your inward part is full of ravening and uncleanness". Keep in mind, that the TALMUD is supposed to be a religious book, and according to the dictionary "religious in the sense of defining and setting moral and character values". As you glance through it, you will see why Jesus characterized the Pharisees as Hypocrites". The KETHUBOTH volume, which makes up two books of 728 pages, is filled with typical Talmudic sex-filth, going so far as to instruct a grown Jewish man in his right to have sex with a baby girl under three, and a Jewish mother to have sex with her son, under the age of nine. The NEADARIM is 282 pages of further silly dirt and immorality. The GITTIN covers divorce proceedings, while taking time out to consign Jesus and all Christians to eternity, standing up to their necks in "boiling excrement". The SEDER NEZIM, contains rabbinic ramblings on general Jewish law, which has as it's essence the legal permission for Jews to harm Gentile property while asserting that Gentile injury to a Jew, is a special insult to God. The SANHEDR!N, made up of 781 pages, forms the chief repository, of the criminal law of Jewry, including the choicest slanders against Jesus Christ and strangled in Christians. Such as that He "deserved stoning to death"; "He should be dung"; not because of any sin against God, but because of His blasphemy against the Pharisees. This is why Jews hate Him! In the volume ABODAH ZARAH,the rabbis teach that while adultery between grown persons is punishable by death, this excludes the minor, or the wife of a minor and he may commit adultery with his neighbor's wife. Young children in Judaism may be the legitimate target of the pedophile, for the Talmud teaches that until a child reaches sexual maturity, capable of sexual intercourse, they do not rank as a person. Hence Biblical laws against sodomy (pederasty) do not apply if the boy is below nine years and one day old. It likewise teaches that under this age, intercourse with the mother or any grown woman is harmless. In SANHEDRIN 69b, the age is lowered by Rabbi Shammai in some cases to eight years. The foul mother is regarded as pure in Jewish eyes, depending on the age of the child. Such degrading of children was typical of paganism throughout the ancient world. In KETHUBOTH 11b, we read: "When a grown up man has intercourse with a little girl it is nothing, for when the girl is less than three years old - it is as, if, one puts the finger n the eye - tears come to the eye again and again, so does virginity come back to me little girl under three years". In SANHEDRIN 55b, we read: "A maiden aged three years and one day, may be acquired in marriage by coition. . ." (Sexual intercourse). In YEHOBOTH 60b, in the case of a baby girl who is not Jewish born, she may be married to a grown priest; "one is fit for cohabitation who has attained the age of three years and one day" (YEHOBOTH 60b). Although Moses was most specific in forbidding Israelite women to have intercourse with beasts, (see Lev. 20:16) and that priests may not marry women who have been prostitutes (Lev. 21:7). The Talmud puts it's seal of approval on this act by stating: "Unnatural intercourse does not cause a woman to be forbidden to marry a High Priest, since then, you would find no women eligible for marriage". It teaches that intercourse with close family members is all right under certain circumstances, as is sex with a dead woman, which inmost civilized countries today is considered as a crime. UNQUOTE Care to comment, Mr. McVay Eldon Warman The anti-semitic Semite (according to Mr. Taxman) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:34 EDT 1999 Article: 21404 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!netnews.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <0a0133f8.da672a23@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1092 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.66 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <09920fb9.be49078a@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38108810.6452236@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eIqvh4af2JLZz5mVjtiGgpa5koCbg8uVg8iGho7ewZrcwpvS04TO0NTF2Nk= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:26:18 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940656708 10.0.2.6 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:31:48 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:31:48 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21404 misc.taxes:90436 can.politics:367516 alt.politics.clinton:738753 Fred Grosby wrote: > Whether you like it or not, credibility is an issue, and you've > sure blown yours, Eldon. > No credibility in the ideas put forth by a bigot. Comment: That's interesting. I don't recall having ever mentioned that I was looking for an approval of credibility from you, or anyone on this discussion group. Fred, I am PROUD to be a bigot! Webster's Dictionary: bigot. one obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his own church, party, belief, or opinion. I am obstinately and intolerantly devoted to my grandchildren's welfare and to Canada - and to the truths taught by Jesus of Nazareth 2,000 years ago. I am totally opposed to the Zionist plans, usury money system and communistic form of government which they have imposed upon Canada. So, I guess that surely makes me a bigot. Eldon Warman An anti-semitic Semite who is also a bigot (according to Fred and an Idiot according to Mr. Taxman) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:34 EDT 1999 Article: 21405 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!news.mindspring.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <0a0133f8.deb78366@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 58 Bytes: 2630 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.66 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <2750ac20.c1c3d2a2@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eG5LY2J7PHY9K31xajxiZnJddmR/Zy9xZyxiYmo6JX44Jn82N2AqNDAhPD0= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:42:50 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940657882 10.0.2.6 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:51:22 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 22:51:22 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21405 misc.taxes:90437 can.politics:367522 alt.politics.clinton:738755 "Peter Lawford" wrote: > Yes, this is pretty much the same claim the Nazis made in the late > 1920's and early 1930's, i.e., it wasn't a global depression caused > by WWI but instead was a "Jewish conspiracy". Comment: Haven't done your homework, have you Peter? The international bankers (read Jews) withdrew money from circulation, and directly instigated the depression. The depression wasn't a lack of consumer products or goods, it was a lack of money in circulation. The banks had direct control over this. How about this webpage: http://www.rahul.net/liberty/liberty/letters/53letters.html QUOTE: Conspiracy: The Evidence John McCormack makes a serious mistake by sloughing off the conspiracy theory about "secret" international bankers. He offers no evidence to arrive at his cavalier conclusion; he disregards the theory, using the rhetoric of politicians: bizarre, crackpots, silly, political fringe, absurd . . . But look at the evidence submitted by conspiracy theorists: The Federal Reserve Bank is as "federal" as Federal Express! Of the original 203,053 shares of Federal Reserve stock, 65% is owned by foreign banking interests and 35% is owned by domestic banking families -- the Rockefellers and Morgans -- 36,000 shares each. Who are the other stockholders? Rothschild Banks of London and Berlin, Lazard Brothers Banks of Paris, Israel Moses Sieff Banks of Italy, Warburg Bank of Hamburg and Amsterdam, Lehman Brothers Bank of New York, Kuhn Loeb Bank of New York, and Goldman Sachs Bank of New York. The following editorial appeared in the London Times, a newspaper owned by the Rothschild banking dynasty, at the time President Lincoln was taking action to create an unborrowed currency -- the Greenback: "If this mischievous financial policy, which has its origin in the American Republic, shall become permanent, then that government will furnish its own money without cost! It will pay off its debts and be without debt. It will have all the money necessary to carry on its commerce. It will become prosperous without precedent in the history of the world. The brains and the wealth of all countries will go to America. That government must be destroyed or it will destroy every monarchy on the globe!" UNQUOTE OH! I forgot. Its on the "net; so, it most likely doesn't have any truth in it. Eldon Warman Bigot (according to Fred), and Proud of it! Oh! Forgot. Idiot (according to Peter) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:35 EDT 1999 Article: 21406 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Keith Must Be In Jail Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <004aa0e3.793679e7@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> Lines: 44 Bytes: 2263 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.70 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <_L6P3.1775$h81.99508@news1.rdc1.on.wave.home.com> <380d28bb.195569133@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7un99a$o2o$1@news.auaracom.net> <1415c574.ba856a5a@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eJu+lpeOyYPI3oiEn8mXk4eog5GKktqEktmXl5/P0IvN04rDwpXfwcXUyM4= Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 23:13:20 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.2 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940659854 10.0.2.2 (Fri, 22 Oct 1999 23:24:14 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 22 Oct 1999 23:24:14 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21406 (Christopher B. Browne) wrote: > the association between the identities would be > meritless,even if your contention about 'treason' had any validity. Comment: David Sherman teaches income tax law at Queen's University and writes books on tax law. He also makes his living as a lawyer looking after clients with tax problems (according to his webpage). I teach Canadians that not one natural person need file a return of income or ever again pay income tax. My program is 100% effective. Medcalf hasn't been following my program; but, has followed what I told him over several months, was an erroneous course - using law and constitution a defense. Any contract lawyer should have been able to teach Canadians how not to be pillaged by the Federal Government - but they haven't. Why? Because they are totally greedy and self serving - or worse, Quisling TRAITORS. That can be the only explanation. Mr. Taxman (most likely AKA David Sherman) has used this debate forum to use scare tactics to keep the cowardly in the "system". So, he gloats over Keith's failure to untangle the IMPOSTOR judges web of entrapment into maintaining slavery for Canadians.. > I think a bunch of people need to read Foucalt's Pendulum; it deals > very interestingly with the whole notion of conspiracy theories. > The dangerous bit is that even if the conspiracies are utter > nonsense, there are just enough people that truly believe in that > nonsense to have the potential to be dangerous. Comment: And, how then, do you explain the fact that the International Bankers (read Zionist Jews) have gained full control of the creation and distribution of money - and have replaced real money with their fake usury money, have full control over the world's food supply, have full control over the world's energy supply, have full control over most of the mineral production, and have major controls over the world's industrial, chemical and drug companies? You see no conspiracy in that? Get you liberal head out of the sand, fella! Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote, according to Mimi * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:35 EDT 1999 Article: 21418 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <2750ac20.ba58d283@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 115 Bytes: 4969 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.33 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <09920fb9.be49078a@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38108810.6452236@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.da672a23@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <3811cefb.515291@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eImshIWc25HazJqWjduFgZW6kYOYgMiWgMuFhY3dwpnfwZjR0IfN09TG3t8= Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 12:44:47 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940708219 10.0.2.6 (Sat, 23 Oct 1999 12:50:19 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 12:50:19 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21418 misc.taxes:90469 can.politics:367609 alt.politics.clinton:738891 (Fred Grosby) wrote: > Approval is not the issue. Credibility is the issue. Comment: I may not be credible to you, Fred,and the few other apologists for the infuential Jews who are ruining Canada, who have jumped onto the wagon to center their attacks on Eldon Warman for his "exposing of" their (the Zionists) consiracy to destroy Canada and to put the Canadian People into abject slavery with their usury money system; however, there are many readers of this discussion group who seem to find me VERY credible. Fred wrote; You don't have to like it, but I do suggest that you get used to it. Comment: I enjoy the banter. However, it would be more entertaining if there were some intelligent people who knew how to honestly carry on a debate. Eldon previously wrote: > >Fred, I am PROUD to be a bigot! > >Webster's Dictionary: bigot. one obstinately or intolerantly > >devoted to his own church, party, belief, or opinion. Fred wrote: > Since there are many versions of "Webster's dictionary", > let's be specific. From Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, > Tenth Edition, ISBN 0-87779-708-0: > "bigot - a person obstinately or intolerantly devoted to his or her > own opinions and prejudices" Comment: Oh! This seems to be a subtle diversion; and, a slight bending of fact, Fred (the dirty street fighter). The version I quoted >from is Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary - A Merriam-Webster (1975) Funk & Wagnall (International Edition 1965) bigot. An illiberal or intolerant adherent of a religious creed or of any party or opinion. Eldon wrote previously: > >I am obstinately and intolerantly devoted to my grandchildren's > >welfare and to Canada - and to the truths taught by Jesus of >> Nazareth 2,000 years ago. I am totally opposed to the Zionist plans, >> usury money system and communistic form of government which they >> have imposed upon Canada. So, I guess that surely makes me a bigot. Fred wrote: > Based on the verifiable definition of "bigot" which I have posted, > you're obstinately and intolerantly devoted to your prejudice > against Jews, period. Comment: Oh! You of poor reading ability... My family name is of Sephardic Judean ancestry. What I am against is the so-called Jewish religion based upon possibly the most vile set of books existent on this planet - the books of the Talmud; and the vile offspring from that source of hate - Zionism, Cabalism, Freemasonry, Communism and Naziism. The only thing that Hitler did to cross his benefactors, the Warburg family of Amsterdam, was to create National German money. That's where he crossed the line. The Protocols - apparently last updated in 1917 by a Mr. Ginzberg, states that Jews will be sacrificed to stir up a sympathetic and guilty mindset in the Goyim, thus helping to implement their (the Zionists) nefarious plans for a one world despotism. I realize that the Jews are not the only players in this grand game to implement the New World Order. That is why I posted (as a download) the plans of the Russian Orthodox church and "Old Russia" as the "Moscow" document at the bottom of my webpage: http://www.detaxcanada.org It was written by a Jew who worked for many years with Lyndon Larouche (an extremely intelligent man who has been much vilified by the Zionists). Fred wrote: > If you're proud of that, so be it. Your stated pride > in your bigotry reflects the content of your character quite > nicely. Comment: I don't recall asking your opinion of my "character". Your opinion of my character and a Loonie or two might get me a cup of coffee. > From Merriam Webster's Collegiate Dictionary, Tenth Edition, ISBN > 0-87779-708-0: > "anti-Semitism - hostility toward or discrimination against Jews > as a religious, ethnic, or racial group." Comment: I have really no specific power of discrimination against Jews that I know of; but, hostility toward the literature of that religion, FOR SURE! Fred wrote: > "Semite - a member of any number of peoples of ancient southwestern > Asia including the Akkadians, Phoenicians, Hebrews, and Arabs; a > descendant of these peoples." Funk & Wagnalls: Semite. A person believed to be a descendent of Shem - one of the three sons of Noah. The people who call themselves Jews are predominately called the "Ashkenazim" (estimated at 95%). Ashkenaz, son of Gomer, son of Japheth, son of Noah. Question: Where do Jews come up with the appelation "Semite" or Shemite" when referring to themselves? Multiple circumstantial proofs would indicate that the true Shemites are northern Europeans, as are the Sephardim, or true Jews. Is this "hate". NO! It is just delving into the TRUTH of the matter. Eldon Warman The IN-CREDIBLE (according to Fred) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:35 EDT 1999 Article: 21419 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!netnews.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <004aa0e3.bb3e668c@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 7 Bytes: 168 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.33 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <09920fb9.be49078a@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38108810.6452236@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.da672a23@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <3811cefb.515291@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <7usqo9$f5s@freenet-news.carleton.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eFh9VVRNCkALHUtHXApUUERrQFJJURlHURpUVFwME0gOEEkAAVYcAgUXDw4= Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 12:48:13 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940708606 10.0.2.6 (Sat, 23 Oct 1999 12:56:46 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 12:56:46 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21419 YUP!!! Eldon * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:36 EDT 1999 Article: 21420 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Idiotic Discussions Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.ca36a9b8@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 21 Bytes: 869 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.33 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.1cfdfc3e@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <09920fb9.7da96b39@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <38068542.34564046@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.e5697ca1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7uq52p$1fir$2@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eNn81NXMi8GKnMrG3YvV0cXqwdPI0JjG0JvV1d2NksmPkciBgNedg4SWjo8= Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 13:45:37 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940712049 10.0.2.6 (Sat, 23 Oct 1999 13:54:09 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 13:54:09 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21420 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > Mr. Warman, could you (invective deleted) be a bit more > specific? Please explain, for instance, how the United States > government has placed "all Americans" into this position vis a vis > a "Rothchild" bank, and identify these "Rothchild banks?" Comment: As if you didn't know. But, if you are that naive, may I suggest you type "Dr. Eugene Schroder" into your favorite search engine. Then, try: http://igps.org/liveround/patriot/revokssn.html to learn how the American trap was set and sprung. Don't think you will have any trouble finding lots of verifiable information, if you would take your sunglasses off. Eldon Warman, Idiot, and other interesting epithets * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:36 EDT 1999 Article: 21426 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.mathworks.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <0a0133f8.dc9168e1@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> Lines: 31 Bytes: 1120 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.31 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <03bb9eb1.3f21f163@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3807d026.38229215@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.23a1f9e7@usw-ex0106-041.remarq.com> <3809FD6C.5298392E@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eEhtRURdGlAbDVtXTBpEQFR7UEJZQQlXQQpEREwcA1geAFkQEUYMEhYHHxw= Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 14:29:57 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.9 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940714112 10.0.2.9 (Sat, 23 Oct 1999 14:28:32 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 14:28:32 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21426 misc.taxes:90485 can.politics:367638 alt.politics.clinton:738930 Come on! Mimi. That whole "skin-head" and "white supremacist" thing is directly out of the Protocols Of the learned Elders of Zion and the Talmud. There's nothing in Christian doctrine or the Christian Bible (written by Judeans) that promotes such activity. Quoting from this webpage:http://www.christianbiblestudy.org/OPS/JM/jm0020a.htm Quote: The SEDER NEZIM, contains rabbinic ramblings on general Jewish law, which has as it's essence the legal permission for Jews to harm Gentile property while asserting that Gentile injury to a Jew, is a special insult to God. The SANHEDR!N, made up of 781 pages, forms the chief repository, of the criminal law of Jewry, including the choicest slanders against Jesus Christ and strangled in Christians. Such as that He "deserved stoning to death"; "He should be dung"; not because of any sin against God, but because of His blasphemy against the Pharisees. Eldon Warman, AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:36 EDT 1999 Article: 21440 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Keith Must Be In Jail Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.41144945@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> Lines: 52 Bytes: 2555 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.160.173 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <_L6P3.1775$h81.99508@news1.rdc1.on.wave.home.com> <380d28bb.195569133@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7un99a$o2o$1@news.auaracom.net> <1415c574.ba856a5a@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <004aa0e3.793679e7@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eDwZMTApbiRveykmNHk+FSM2YT08Mn1kOj8+f2d4fDJmaTJsZCxnY2du Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 21:00:45 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.4 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940738318 10.0.2.4 (Sat, 23 Oct 1999 21:11:58 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 23 Oct 1999 21:11:58 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21440 In article <004aa0e3.793679e7@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com>, Eldon Warman wrote: [snipped by Noah] > Comment: And, how then, do you explain the fact that the > International > Bankers (read Zionist Jews) have gained full control of the > creation > and distribution of money - and have replaced real money with their > fake usury money, have full control over the world's food supply, > have > full control over the world's energy supply, have full control over > most of the mineral production, and have major controls over the > world's industrial, chemical and drug companies? You see no > conspiracy > in that? Get you liberal head out of the sand, fella! > Eldon Warman Eldon, on this "phony money" thing: As we all know, the Constitution says the federal government "can raise money" by any mode or system of taxation. It also says the provinces can impose direct taxes within a province to raise revenue for provincial purposes. As a result, it has been suggested that federal and provincial taxing powers may lawfully overlap. I find this *overlapping* convention, a bit hard to swallow; since the federal government can raise money by *both* direct and indirect taxes. Be that as it may: from what I understand, the Supreme Court of Canada has never made a decision about the constitutionality of the Income Tax Act. In fact, a 1967 Alberta Court of Appeals decision concerning the Breckenridge Speedway Ltd is often cited. This case dealt with the issue of whether the federal government and a provincial government "can raise money" through collection of "a substitute for money"; i.e., Pay to the order of. In other words, bank issued credit. Is it not, in fact, true that the federal government and provincial government "can raise money" only as compelled by the Currency Act? Assuming this be true, then for this very reason, alone, the Income Tax Act *must* be Ab Initio, as it violates a basic premise of law: compelling the citizen to do the impossible. What's the impossible? Although a reported 163 Billion was raised in Revenues in 1998, only 30 Billion exist as Notes and Coins. I would, therefore, like to know what the *offending* of this particular Act (Currency Act) by another Act of Parliament means to the lawfulness of Acts of Parlieament. Any comments from the gallery? Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:37 EDT 1999 Article: 21453 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!feeder.qis.net!newsfeed.usit.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> Lines: 174 Bytes: 9940 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.64 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eHtednduKWMoPmhkfyl3c2dIY3Fqcjpkcjl3d38vMGstM2ojInU/ISU0KSo= Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 10:33:33 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.3 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940787130 10.0.2.3 (Sun, 24 Oct 1999 10:45:30 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 10:45:30 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21453 alt.politics.clinton:739189 can.politics:367811 misc.taxes:90523 David, Thanks for a more rational and logical debate on a subject I had no desire to get into. My information, correct or incorrect, regarding the 740 AD date of Khazar conversion to Babylonian Judaism comes from several sources of historical writings by Jewish authors. One that comes quickly to mind is "The Thirteenth Tribe" by Arthur Koestler. Are they liars? Maybe yes? Maybe no? Since a fairly large group of Cohens and Kantors would have been brought into Khazaria for the conversion, that would explain your understanding of genetics showing the bloodline within those two family names. Obviously, by tradition and law, true Hebrews were not to mix with the Goyim. I'm sure those Hebrew Rabbis have attempted to keep this ancient law. That is why there is a 5% to !0% margin of error by authors saying that 95% of Jews are not Hebrew. This is one of many websites with this information(The Internet - the only information media left to the world that is not owned and controlled by Jewish elitists.): http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/ Quote: Benjamin Freeman, Facts Are Facts: "CHAZARS: A people of Turkish origin whose life and history are interwoven with the very beginnings of the history of the Jews of Russia...driven on by the nomadic tribes of the steppes and by their own desire for plunder and revenge... In the second half of the sixth century the Chazars moved westward...The kingdom of the Chazars was firmly established in most of south Russia long before the foundation of the Russian monarchy by the Varangians...At this time the kingdom of the Chazars stood at the height of its power and was constantly at war...At the end of the eighth century...the chagan (king) of the Chazars and his grandees, together with a large number of his heathen people, embraced the Jewish religion" Encyclopedia Americana (1985): "Khazar, an ancient Turkic-speaking people who ruled a large and powerful state in the steppes North of the Caucasus Mountains from the 7th century to their demise in the mid- 11th century A.D...In the 8th Century it's political and religious head...as well as the greater part of the Khazar nobility, abandoned paganism and converted to Judaism..." Encyclopedia Britannica (15th edition): "Khazars, confederation of Turkic and Iranian tribes that established a major commercial empire in the second half of the 6th century, covering the southeastern section of modern European Russia...In the middle of the 8th century the ruling classes adopted Judaism as their religion." Academic American Encyclopedia (1985): "Ashkenazim, the Ashkenazim are one of the two major divisions of the Jews, the other being the Shephardim." Encyclopedia Americana (1985): "Ashkenazim, the Ashkenazim are the Jews whose ancestors lived in German lands...it was among Ashkenazi Jews that the idea of political Zionism emerged, leading ultimately to the establishment of the state of Israel...In the late 1960s, Ashkenazi Jews numbered some 11 million, about 84 percent of the world Jewish population." The Jewish Encyclopedia: "Khazars, a non-Semitic, Asiatic, Mongolian tribal nation who emigrated into Eastern Europe about the first century, who were converted as an entire nation to Judaism in the seventh century by the expanding Russian nation which absorbed the entire Khazar population, and who account for the presence in Eastern Europe of the great numbers of Yiddish-speaking Jews in Russia, Poland, Lithuania, Galatia, Besserabia and Rumania." The Encyclopedia Judaica (1972): "Khazars, a national group of general Turkic type, independent and sovereign in Eastern Europe between the seventh and tenth centuries C.E. during part of this time the leading Khazars professed Judaism...In spite of the negligible information of an archaeological nature, the presence of Jewish groups and the impact of Jewish ideas in Eastern Europe are considerable during the Middle Ages. Groups have been mentioned as migrating to Central Europe from the East often have been referred to as Khazars, thus making it impossible to overlook the possibility that they originated from within the former Khazar Empire." The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia: "Khazars, a medieval people, probably related to the Volga Bulgars, whose ruling class adopted Judaism during the 8th cent. The Khazars seem to have emerged during the 6th cent., from the vast nomadic Hun (Turki) empire which stretched >from the steppes of Eastern Europe and the Volga basin to the Chinese frontier. Although it is often claimed that allusions to the Khazars are found as early as 200 C.E., actually they are not mentioned until 627...most Jewish historians date the conversion of the Khazar King to Judaism during the first half of this century {A.D.}..." The primary meaning of Ashkenaz and Ashkenazim in Hebrew is Germany and Germans. This may be due to the fact that the home of the ancient ancestors of the Germans is Media, which is the Biblical Ashkenaz...Krauss is of the opinion that in the early medieval ages the Khazars were sometimes referred to as Ashkenazim...About 92 percent of all Jews or approximately 14,500,000 are Ashkenazim. The Bible relates that the Khazar (Ashkenaz) Jews were/are the sons of Japheth not Shem: "Now these are the generations of the sons of Noah, Shem, Ham, and Japheth: and unto them were sons born after the flood. The sons of Japheth;...the sons of Gomer; Ashkenaz..." So the Bible verifies that the Ashkenaz Jews [Khazars] are not the descendants of Shem and cannot be Semite. The American People's Encyclopedia for 1954 at 15-292 records the following in reference to the Khazars: "In the year 740 A.D. the Khazars were officially converted to Judaism. A century later they were crushed by the incoming Slavic-speaking people and were scattered over central Europe where they were known as Jews. It is from this grouping that most German, Polish and Hungarian Jews are descended, and they likewise make up a considerable part of that population now found in America. The term Aschenazim is applied to this round-headed, dark-complexioned division." Academic American Encyclopedia Deluxe Library Edition, Volume 12, page 66 states: "The Khazars, a turkic people, created a commercial and political empire that dominated substantial parts of South Russia during much of the 7th through 10th centuries. During the 8th century the Khazar Aristocracy and the Kagan (King) were converted to Judaism." The New Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume 6, page 836 relates: "Khazar, member of a confederation of Turkic-speaking tribes that in the late 6th century A.D. established a major commercial empire covering the southeastern section of modern European Russia...but the most striking characteristic of the Khazars was the apparent adoption of Judaism by the Khagan and the greater part of the ruling class in about 740...The fact itself, however, is undisputed and unparalleled in the history of Central Eurasia. A few scholars have asserted that the Judaized Khazars were the remote ancestors of many of the Jews of Eastern Europe and Russia." Collier's Encyclopedia, Volume 14, page 65 states: "Khazars [kaza'rz], a semi-nomadic tribe of Turkish or Tatar origin who first appeared north of the Caucasus in the early part of the third century...In the eighth century Khaghan Bulan decided in favor of the Jews and accepted Judaism for himself and for his people..." New Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume VIII, page 173 relates: "The Khazars were an ethnic group, belonging to the Turkish peoples, who, toward the end of the 2d century of the Christian Era, had settled in the region between the Caucasus and the lower Volga and Don Rivers...At the beginning of the 8th century, dynastic ties bound the Khazars more closely to Constantinople, which led to a limited spread of Christianity among them. They also became acquainted with Judaism from the numerous Jews who lived in the Crimea and along the Bosphorus. When the Byzantine Emperor, Leo the Isaurian, persecuted the Jews in A.D. 723, many Jews found refuge in the Khazar kingdom, and their influence was so great that, around the middle of the 8th century, the King of the Khazars and many of the Khazar nobility accepted the Jewish faith." The Cadillac Modern Encyclopedia, page 822, states: "Khazars (khah'-zahrz), a S Russian people of Turkic origin, who at the height of their power (during the 8th-10th cent., A.D.) controlled an empire which included Crimea, and extended along the lower Volga, as far E as the Caspian Sea. The Khazar Royal Family and Aristocracy converted to Judaism during the reign of King Bulan (768-809 A.D.) and Judaism was thereafter regarded as the state religion..." There are many, many publications we could quote but from the above, we can clearly see that the Jews fully understand their Khazarian heritage as the third edition of The Jewish Encyclopedia for 1925 records: "CHAZARS [Khazars]: A people of Turkish origin whose life and history are interwoven with the very beginnings of the history of the Jews of Russia. The kingdom of the Chazars was firmly established in most of South Russia long before the foundation of the Russian monarchy by the Varangians (855). Jews have lived on the shores of the Black and Caspian seas since the first centuries of the common era [after the death of Christ]. Historical evidence points to the region of the Ural as the home of the Chazars. Among the classical writers of the Middle Ages they were known as the 'Chozars,' 'Khazirs,' 'Akatzirs,' and 'Akatirs,' and in the Russian chronicles as 'Khwalisses' and 'Ugry Byelyye.'..." jews.htm Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:37 EDT 1999 Article: 21454 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!skynet.be!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <000b8d9b.3ece1d9e@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> Lines: 32 Bytes: 1837 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.160.173 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <0a0133f8.dddaebc8@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.081c6f6e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <1415c574.56db01ef@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <4WGN3.2845$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.095f7325@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3J3O3.3428$AX.191506@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <380A4C76.7208@direct.ca> <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <5fxO3.5452$AX.288411@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eBg9FRQNSgBLXw0CEF0aMQcSRRkYFllAHhsaW0NcWBZCTRZIQAhDR0NK Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 13:13:24 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.4 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940796495 10.0.2.4 (Sun, 24 Oct 1999 13:21:35 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 13:21:35 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21454 can.legal:31191 Caron was a citizen of Quebec, was he not? What was the essence of the reason for the P.C. to hear the Caron case? That being the crux of the matter, does this mean that every Canadian is subject to the findings of a court of Federal jurisdiction which co-incides with Civil code law? I should hope not; for, most lawyers, by far, are *not* schooled in the *code* which applies *exclusively* to those citizens of the Province of Quebec. To do otherwise, IMHO, would impart a paramountcy of prejudice against the choice of an individual to have a court of competent jurisdiction *within the law of the province* of the individual accused. In other words, had Caron been a citizen of any other province, I suggest that the findings would have been more in line with section 52 of the Charter; but, as Caron *was* a citizen of a province that adheres to a convention of law code, other than common law, there should be no question as to the discriminatory aspect of Caron v King, insofar as the Crown purports the case to apply to all residents of Canada. There is no question, at law, that Quebecers are resolute, I believe, to the convention of Civil code law. On the other hand, citizens of all other provinces are not. What prima facie evidence supports that Caron was a *resident* of Canada? None that I am aware of. Conversely, thought, Caron *was* a resident of Quebec. Are you suggesting that a person who is classified as a resident of Quebec, is also a resident of Canada? Quebec is *not* Canada; neither is Canada; Quebec... yet. Therefore, how can Caron be a resident of *both*, since each is a sovereign state, under the constitution? Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:37 EDT 1999 Article: 21456 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!newsflash.concordia.ca!sunqbc.risq.qc.ca!news-FFM2.ecrc.net!naxos.belnet.be!newsfeeds.belnet.be!news.belnet.be!colt.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> Lines: 69 Bytes: 3713 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.115 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here X-Wren-Trace: ePLX//7noOqht+Ht9qD++u7B6vjj+7Pt+7D+/vamueKkuuOqq/y2qK+9p6ap Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:08:02 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.3 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940799817 10.0.2.3 (Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:16:57 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:16:57 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21456 Now that the fur and feathers have more or less stopped flying, and the wasps (Not White Anglo-Saxon Protestants) have settled down a bit from their fury over Wile E. Coyote's sniffing around their cozy nest, we can get back to the primary issue of this discussion group. The question is: Why are Canadians taxed into poverty and destitution; and, subject to Al Capone thug tactics by tax collectors (whether they are collecting income tax or writing unlawful traffic tickets)? And, that, in possibly the richest country per capita on the face of the planet Earth? Why are we subject to having to use "usury fiat and counterfeit money" when we are in a nation which supposedly has a Federal Government with the full right, duty and authority to create "real" money (historically, not inflationary). Why has our Government given away that money creation right, a right not theirs to give away, to Foreign Bankers. Why are Canadians being denied decent social and healthcare programs so that this false debt can be paid? Why did the Impostor Government of Canada, without right, sell the voting shares of the Bank of Canada to foreign bankers? If you can give defensive answers to these questions , please do. Otherwise, Wake Up! Folks. I have put two and two together, and came up with a startling discovery (to most Canadians). That discovery was that this apparently IMPOSTOR Canadian Government (also a startling discovery) has used legal trickery and fraud in their entrapment of Canadians into being subject to the Income Tax Act of Canada. A simple understanding of contract law was the key to figuring it out. A contract must have certain required parts - the offer (and offerer), the acceptance (and acceptor) and the consideration (money or trade item which must be of an agreed to equal value). Features of a contract are: The contract must be voluntary entered into by offerer and acceptor, the terms of the contract must be fully revealed, and the trade must be equitable by voluntary agreement. Contract is part of the property right in the right to sell property. Outside interference cannot enter into or affect a lawful contract. The Crown of Britain greatly abused contracts in the early imposition of Roman Law upon the People of England during the Medieval and Middle Ages period. Henry VIII and Charles I were the two most prominent abusers. When Charles II was brought back to England, several restrictions were put upon the Monarchy of England, among which was a severe restriction on assumpsit (assumed) contracts - Statute of Frauds 1677. The Canadian Income Tax Act is applicable ONLY to a legal entity called a "taxpayer" as defined in the first Income Tax Act in 1917. A natural person ONLY gets to be a legal entity by contract. The method of entraping Canadians into such a contract is totally fraudulent. The fraud covers ALL aspects of this contract. ALL fraudulent contracts can be voided by the injured party, if it is done in a timely manner upon discovery of the fraud. That is the basis of my "Free for the asking" detax program. To find out more, go to my webpage at: http://www.detaxcanada.org or: http://www.untaxman.com or: http//www.taxtamer.com or: http://members.tripod.com/ncstech/tax.html Other sites are coming onboard soon. Why are Canada's lawyers and judges not telling you this? It is simple contract law they should have learned the first week in law school. Guess, you'll have to ask them. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:38 EDT 1999 Article: 21458 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> Lines: 19 Bytes: 652 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.115 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here Followup-To: soc.religion.jewish References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eCUAKCkwdz12YDY6IXcpLTkWPS80LGQ6LGcpKSFxbjVzbTR9fCthf3hqcHF+ Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:17:22 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.4 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940800334 10.0.2.4 (Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:25:34 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:25:34 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21458 alt.politics.clinton:739252 can.politics:367852 misc.taxes:90549 Can't resist the diversionary tactic of invective, bluster and name calling can you David? Strange how that comes blaring out when confronted with irrefutable evidence that you have been lying through both ends of your body - and, of your Traitorous acts in keeping Canadian subject to the Communistic income tax. Third plank of the Jew, Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto: 2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 24 19:21:38 EDT 1999 Article: 21460 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!cpk-news-hub1.bbnplanet.com!news.gtei.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.09201cbc@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 28 Bytes: 1208 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.199 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380DF413.C3FEDEC5@home.com> <1415c574.ccc8c430@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38125AE9.625D9BB1@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eKqPp6a/+LL577m1rvimoraZsqC7o+u1o+impq7+4br84rvy86Tu8Pfl//b9 Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:57:50 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940802425 10.0.2.42 (Sun, 24 Oct 1999 15:00:25 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 15:00:25 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21460 John, That hasn't been the response I have been receiving. OTOH, I have been showing the world, via the Internet, what kind of "mad" wasps (not White Anglo-Saxon Prostentants) they are dealing with in this attempted coverup of the Zionist Conspiracy (that supposedly doesn't exist) in these "Apologists For Jews", who have been showing up on this discussion group like a bunch of squawking seagulls after fish guts. Notice how these "cover-up" artists have attempted to do their dirty deed in the Jew, Janet Reno's slaughter of some 80+ innocent people at Waco, apparently because they were Christians. And, how about the bombing of the Murrah Building in Oklahoma City? Positive proof there that the Mossad most likely had a hand in that, as in the JFKjr assination, as in the JFK assination, as in the Waco massacre, as in Ms. Albright's (a Hungarian Jew) Kosovo massacre, as in the Berundi and Rouanda genocide, as in the Pan Am bombing, as in, as in. Silly to blame them for everything? Maybe Yes? Maybe No? Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Mon Oct 25 15:32:45 EDT 1999 Article: 21466 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.mathworks.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <09920fb9.33261db2@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 11 Bytes: 358 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.135 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52 <0a0133f8.deb78366@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <7ut8e7$bmg$5@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eJK3n56HwIrB14GNlsCemo6hipiDm9ONm9CenpbG2YLE2oPKy5zWyM/dx8TJ Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 17:38:56 +1700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940812274 10.0.2.42 (Sun, 24 Oct 1999 17:44:34 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 17:44:34 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21466 misc.taxes:90569 can.politics:367877 alt.politics.clinton:739337 Kenneth McVay OBC wrote: > Which "International bankers," Mr. Warman? Name them, and provide > the documents which substantiate your claim. Go back to #18 in this discussion, and READ. Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Mon Oct 25 15:32:45 EDT 1999 Article: 21475 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.politics Message-ID: <0a0133f8.f38b2909@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> Lines: 34 Bytes: 1367 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.146 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here Followup-To: soc.religion.jewish References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3813F791.59ECC5AE@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eK2IoKG4/7X+6L6yqf+hpbGetae8pOyypO+hoan55r375bz19KPp9/Di+Pz1 Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 08:06:23 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.2 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940864460 10.0.2.2 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 08:14:20 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 08:14:20 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21475 can.politics:367965 David M. Sherman wrote: > >Eldon Warman wrote: > > Strange how that comes blaring out when confronted with > > irrefutable evidence that you have been lying through both > > ends of your body > [...] > Irrefutable evidence? The Khazars nonsense is dealt with handily at > . One > wonders what drives anti-Semites such as Warman to have such hate > that they couldn't care less whether anything they state is actually > true. Comment: David, Are you telling me, and the readers of this debate group, that these publications are all anti-semitic, anti-Jewish, and liars? Encyclopedia Americana, Encyclopedia Britannica (15th edition, Academic American Encyclopedia (1985), Encyclopedia Americana (1985), The Jewish Encyclopedia, The Encyclopedia Judaica (1972), the Bible, The The American People's Encyclopedia (1954), the Academic American Encyclopedia Deluxe Library Edition, The New Encyclopedia Britannica, Collier's Encyclopedia, New Catholic Encyclopedia, The Cadillac Modern Encyclopedia, The Jewish Encyclopedia (1925). COME ON! David. You'll have to do better than that! Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 00:58:01 EDT 1999 Article: 21488 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes,can.politics Message-ID: <0a0133f8.3f27d365@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 10 Bytes: 442 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3814bfab.17730169@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eDseNjcuaSNofC4hM345EiQxZjo7NXpjPTg5eGB/ezVhbjVrYCNgZGBs Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 13:57:14 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940885374 10.0.2.42 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 14:02:54 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 14:02:54 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31214 can.taxes:21488 can.politics:368036 So what if it is not of the construction that your spouse was/is familiar with; big deal. The fact is that the author was present at the incident and wishes the injustice reported. My purpose for posting it, is to get the pulse of the ng on the subject matter, *not* the format. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 00:58:01 EDT 1999 Article: 21491 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!news.idt.net!logbridge.uoregon.edu!cyclone.bc.net!feed.newsfeeds.com!newsfeeds.com!nntp-relay.ihug.net!ihug.co.nz!remarQ60!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.c808c45c@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> Lines: 59 Bytes: 2979 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.198 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eEpvR0ZfGFIZD1lVThhGQlZ5UkBbQwtVQwhGRk4eAVocAlsSE0QOEBcFHxYc Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 15:09:44 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.5 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940889641 10.0.2.5 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 15:14:01 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 15:14:01 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21491 (Doug Bissett) wrote: > As much as I hate to get involved with this rant, I must point out > that the government of Canada, is NOT an imposter. Comment: I beg to differ. I have positive proof that I can send you showing that the Parliament of Canada never had the authority to usurp power as the Government of Canada. From 1967 to 1931, the parliament of Canada was an organization under the British Board of Trade and under the direct control of the emminent domain in Canada, the corporation sole known as the Governor General. Parliament was never incorporated as an entity apart and separate from the fiction called the Governor General. It still is not a person. That is why all lawsuits from the Government originate in the Queen - who herself is an IMPOSTOR monarch in Canada. Section #2(1) of the Statute of Westminster relieved the Monarch of Great Britain of ALL sovereign authority over Canada. > They are in power, because the citizen's of Canada chose to elect > them to run the country for them. Comment: WRONG! NO CANADIAN CITIZEN has voted for Parliament, or a Provincial Legislature since 1931. Remember, (of course you wouldn't) voting registration came into being in 1932. Voter registration is in fact "joining the club". Just as do people who wish to vote for the national officers of the Kiwinis Club have to be members, so do people who wish to vote for the club (remember, it is not a lawful incorporated body politic) called Parliament. > Unfortunately, the MAJORITY of citizen's of Canada seem > to have no idea about what kind of havoc the government is creating, > and they continue to elect idiots who seem to think that huge debts, > and unfunded liabilities, are not a problem, and that "they" > can "fix" all of the countries woes by spending more money. Comment: The People of Wetaskiwin vs Milton Littlechild MP in 1991 was positive proof that the People have absolutely no say as to what MP's do after they are elected. As a fictional fiction, they are untouchable by those who elect them. You elect a crew to man a ship. Once the ship sets sail, the voters have absolutely no more control over those crewmembers until the crew gets back on land. (next election). > As the old chinese proverb says: "Be careful about what you ask > for, you might just get it". The people of Canada asked for, and got, > the government that they elected. The electorate, also seems to think > that the government is doing the right thing, and they keep on > electing the same one. Comment: The Club of Parliament's owners (Privy Council - all connected to the Rothchild Empire) select all candidates that matter. So, the choises are between Eeny, Meany, Miney or Moe. Same bullshit, different pile! Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 00:58:01 EDT 1999 Article: 21494 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Idiotic Discussions Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.48ebe1b7@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> Lines: 104 Bytes: 5187 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.9 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.1cfdfc3e@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <11f733ec.77df40fb@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <3802a3a5.11550568@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <11f733ec.5d332345@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <7uq5dl$1fir$4@hub.org> <0a0133f8.d6c6faca@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <3814030b.0@news.internex.net.au> X-Wren-Trace: eH9acnNqLWcsOmxgey1zd2NMZ3Vudj5gdj1zc3srNG8pN24nJnE7JSEwIg== Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 17:26:37 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.12 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940897661 10.0.2.12 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 17:27:41 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 17:27:41 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21494 David S. Maddison, How do you explain these bigots? Copied and verifiable from this webpage: http://www.biblebelievers.org.au/clilist.htm What George Washington, Benjamin Franklin and Peter Styvesant said about the Jews George Washington (in Maxims of George Washington by A. A. Appleton & Co.) They (the Jews) work more effectively against us, than the enemy's armies. They are a hundred times more dangerous to our liberties and the great cause we are engaged in . . . It is much to be lamented that each state, long ago, has not hunted them down as pest to society and the greatest enemies we have to the happiness of America George Washington

Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.17d3c728@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> Lines: 20 Bytes: 612 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.105 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3813F791.59ECC5AE@davidsherman.ca> <1MVQ3.7348$dk2.1311246@news1.rdc1.on.wave.home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eHZTe3pjJG4lM2VpciR6fmpFbnxnfzdpfzR6enIiPWYgPmcuL3gyLCs5IyMt Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:21:13 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.9 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940904574 10.0.2.9 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:22:54 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:22:54 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21500 Yeah! Mr. Taxman, You know how it is..... TO SOON OLD! TO LATE SMART! Eldon Warman Mr Taxman wrote: > This guys troll'in you David and everyone else and you are all > biting the hook. Please stop and perhaps our troll friend will leave, > I never thought I would see a can.taxes post crossposted to > soc.religion.jewish > Thx, > Taxman > David M. Sherman wrote in message > news:3813F791.59ECC5AE@davidsherman.ca... * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 00:58:02 EDT 1999 Article: 21501 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes,can.politics Message-ID: <000b8d9b.67dcbcf7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 21 Bytes: 813 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3814bfab.17730169@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.3f27d365@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <3814c673.600949@24.9.0.17> X-Wren-Trace: eOrP5+b/uPK5rf/w4q/ow/Xgt+vq5Kuy7OnoqbGuquSwv+S6sfKxtbG9 Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:40:09 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940905556 10.0.2.11 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:39:16 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:39:16 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31219 can.taxes:21501 can.politics:368127 In article <3814c673.600949@24.9.0.17>, ricjones@cgocable.net (Rick Jones) wrote: > On Mon, 25 Oct 1999 13:57:14 -0700, Noah > wrote: > >So what if it is not of the construction that your spouse was/is > >familiar with; big deal. The fact is that the author was present > at the > >incident and wishes the injustice reported. My purpose for > posting it, > >is to get the pulse of the ng on the subject matter, *not* the > format. > Can you provide any supporting evidence to prove your story was > true, > or did you just make it all up? Huhhhh? It's not *my* story. Read *my* introduction in the post. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 00:58:02 EDT 1999 Article: 21503 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.15dcf8bd@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> Lines: 23 Bytes: 871 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.84 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eO/K4uP6vfe8qvzw673j5/Pc9+X+5q7w5q3j4+u7pP+5p/63tuGrtbGgs74= Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:44:29 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.7 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940906121 10.0.2.7 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:48:41 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 19:48:41 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21503 misc.taxes:90668 R.Macdonald wrote: > If you want to blame the Income Tax on anyone, blame it on William > Pitt "The Younger" who pushed the tax through Parliament during the > Napoleonic Wars (circa 1800) two to three generations BEFORE Karl > Marx borrowed the idea. Comment: I'm sure Pitt's income tax wasn't designed as part of a total scheme to convert human beings into oppressively controlled slaves as was/is the Communist Manifesto. The "usury money system" isn't original with the Jews either. The Babylonians, the Persians and the Spartans were pretty adept at the scheme; however, the Jews have brought the evil scheme into the modern age, and with a great vengance. Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 00:58:02 EDT 1999 Article: 21507 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.add26ffa@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> Lines: 265 Bytes: 6493 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.111 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> < <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <7v0056$hva$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eAAlDQwVUhhTRRMfBFIMCBwzGAoRCUEfCUIMDARUSxBWSBFYWQ5EWl1PVVRf Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 20:40:00 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.3 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940909919 10.0.2.3 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 20:51:59 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 20:51:59 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21507 alt.politics.clinton:739794 can.politics:368139 misc.taxes:90673 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > ....which reminds me, Mr. Warman. Who are the "Mad Dogs" you > referred to earlier? Comment; There's lots. How about some of these in the Clinton Administration, especially Janet Reno (Of Waco fame)and Madeleine Albright (of Losovo fame) - and William Cohen, who has just appointed the first continental military commander in the USA since the Civil War: The following list of Jews represent the Clinton adminstration: (1/4/1998) Madeleine Albright Secretary of State Robert Rubin Secretary of Treasury William Cohen Secretary of Defense Janet Reno Attorney General Dan Glickman Secretary of Agriculture George Tenet CIA Chief Samuel Berger Head National Security Council Evelyn Lieberman Deputy Chief of Staff Stuart Eizenstat Under Secretary of State Charlene Barshefsky U.S. Trade Representative Susan Thomases Aide to First Lady Joel Klein Assistant Attorney General Gene Sperling National Economic Council Ira Magaziner National Health Care Peter Tarnoff Deputy Secretary of State Alice Rivlin Ecomomic Advisory Janet Yellen Chairwoman, National Economic Council Rahm Emanuel Policy Advisor Doug Sosnik Counsel to President Jim Steinberg Deputy to National Security Chief Jay Footlik Special Liason to the Jewish Community (no other group has a special liason) Robert Nash Personal Chief Jane Sherburne President's Lawyer Mark Penn Asia Expert to NEC Sandy Kristoff Health Care Chief Robert Boorstin Communications Aide Keith Boykin Communications Aide Jeff Eller Special Assistant to Clinton Tom Epstein Health Care Adviser Judith Feder National Security Council Richard Feinberg Assistant Secretary Veterans Hershel Gober Food and Drug Administration Steve Kessler White House Counsel Ron Klein Assistant Secretary Education Madeleine Kunin Communications Aide David Kusnet Dept. AIDS Program Margaret Hamburg Dir. Press Conferences Many Grunwald Liason to Jewish Leaders Karen Adler Dir. State Dept. Policy Samuel Lewis National Security Council Stanley Ross National Security Council Dan Schifter Director Peace Corps. Eli Segal Deputy Chief of Staff Alan Greenspan Chairman of Federal Reserve Bank Robert Weiner Drug Policy Coordinator Jack Lew Deputy Director Management and Budget James P. Rubin Under Secretary of State David Lipton Under Secretary of The Treasury Lanny P. Breuer Special Counsel to The President Richard Holbrooke Special Representative to NATO Kenneth Apfel Chief of Social Security Joel Klein Deputy Whlte Honse Counsel Sidney Blumenthal Speclal Advisor to Pirst Lady David Kessler Chief of Food & Drug Adininistration Seth Waxman Acting Solicitor General Mark Penn Presidential Pollster Dennis Ross Special Middle East Representative Howard Shapiro - General Counsel for the FBI Lanny Davis White House Special Counsel Sally Katzen Secretary of Management and Budget Kathleen Koch Heads FBI Equal Opportunity Office John Podesta Deputy Chief of Staff Alan Blinder Vice Chairman of Federal Reserve Janet Yellen Heads Council of Economlc Advisors Ron Klain Chief of Staff for Al Gore The Jewish U.S. Ambassadors 22/04/98 The Jewish US. Ambassadors mentioned here have been chosen not because of their ethnic origin, but because of their political ideology and POLITICAL position regarding the Palestine question, as POLITICAL actors. They are mentioned not because they are Jews, but they are mentioned because we believe that the Jewish lobby in the US has created a dangerous concentration of power which we believe is troublesome to the democracy of that country and dangerous for the peace in the Middle East. It is a political analysis which has been made by many observers, including Israeli newspapers. Just the fact that the Jews don't agree with our political views should not allow them to deprive us of our human right of freedom of speech. The tragic reality is this: freedom of speech is now almost non-existent in many European countries. We hope that censorship will not prevail over the content of any homepages. The situation in the Middle East that is much inflamed - the parties concerned in the debate and the conflict only reflect the real polarization. To Palestinians and Muslims the Zionists appear to be the Nazis of today as they were fifty years ago in Germany. To the victims of Zionism this ideology is not experienced as something positive, but as a symbol of evil. This Jewish concentration of power in USA gives world Jewry tremendous influence to promote their "special agenda". Never before in American history have so many Jews been appointed as US Ambassadors. They are all members of powerful Jewish organizations. These are hardened supporters of Israel and the "Jewish race". It is impossible for them to put the interests of America ahead of their Zionist state. None of following would hold these ambassadorships unless they were members of the ruling Jewish elite. Here is their listing which you will never see in the daily press. Some Jewish U.S. Ambassadors: Germany: Ambassador John C. Kornblum France: Ambassador Felix Rohatyn Poland: Ambassador Daniel Fried Denmark: Ambassador Edward E. Elson Hungary: Ambassador Donald M. Blinken Romania: Ambassador Alfred H. Moses Belgium: Ambassador Alan J. Blinken Belarus: Ambassador Kenneth S. Yalowitz South Africa: Ambassador James A. Joseph India: Ambassador Frank G. Wisner Turkey: Ambassador Marc Grossman New Zealand: Ambassador Josiah H. Beeman Egypt: Ambassador Daniel C. Kurtzer Egypt is the recipient of the second largest amount of US foreign aid. This is to "buy off" Israel's southern front. Any hostility toward Israel would end the aid.) Sweden: Ambassador Thomas L. Siebert Morocco: Ambassador Marc C. Ginsberg Singapore: Ambassador Timothy A. Chorba Zambia: Ambassador Arlene Render Brazil: Ambassador Melvyn Levitsky Bolivia: Ambassador Curt W. Kamman Mexico: Ambassador Jeffrey Davidow Canada: Ambassador Gordon Giffin Cuba: US Interest Head, Michael G. Kozak Norway: Ambassador David B. Hermelin Switzerland: Ambassador Madeleine M. Kunin Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:13 EDT 1999 Article: 21514 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.873fe303@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 58 Bytes: 2829 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.139 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <3814f0f6.0@news.internex.net.au> <3815056D.D96C670@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eGZDa2pzNH41I3V5YjRqbnpVfmx3byd5byRqamIyLXYwLnc+P2giPDspMzAx Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 22:32:12 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940915847 10.0.2.16 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 22:30:47 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 22:30:47 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21514 alt.politics.clinton:739806 can.politics:368153 misc.taxes:90687 Mimi Weasel wrote: > > http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/8815 > Which is brilliant! Great page, the most comprehensive answer to > the lies spread by the NeoNetNazis. Mimi, I checked out that page you find so comforting. I cannot find any more authentication for what is written there than I can on any other webpage on the subject that is pro Jews. For instance, lets take the narratives on the Protocols. I read the Protocols, and it reads like todays newspaper - the United Nations, the IMF, the disarming of the people, the microchip implants, the pronography, the degradation of medicine, the degradation of governments, the usury money system, and on, and on. Prevalent in the degradation of morality - the motion picture industry - total smut and degrading propaganda - totally dominated by Jews. The American war adventures over the last 90 years - instigated by Jews, the degradation of the school system - done by jews. The justice system here, and in the United States - a vile mockery and total fraud - and run by Jews and Masons. One with the slimest of comprehension can see through the whole scheme. The Protocols are NOW - and Jews are very visible pushing every button to implement the plans contained in that document. Deny and bluster as you will. What is, is. Diversionary propaganda be damned, the Protocols are today's Jew Bankers and their lackeys. Any thinking man cannot read it as otherwise. If it was a forgery by some Russian Secret Service agent, he had to have been given the gift of prophesy to see into the future. Also, none of the defenses of the Talmud have any "meat". the words used are only poo-pooing diversions. That does not refute the scholarly work that has uncovered the smut and hate in that set of supposedly religious literature. It seems strange that the Jew defenders and apologists retreat back to the Pentatuch/Torah when their backs are to the wall. If they would only stay there, then maybe the Jews could take their place in this World as real human beings; but, turn your back, and they are back in the whore house of the Talmud again subjecting the real people of this country and world with their genocidal usury money greed and racketeering. And, who were the big cheeses of the American Mafia: Bugsy Siegel - Creator modern day Las Vegas Dutch Schultz - Underworld figure Hymie Weiss - Al Capone's arch enemy Jack Ruby - The person who murdered Lee Harvey Oswald John Gotti Jr. - Technically a Jew as his mother is Jewish. Lepke Buchalter - New York gangster Meyer Lansky - Mob Boss All Italians who changed their names to Jewish names? Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:13 EDT 1999 Article: 21515 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.tli.de!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Idiotic Discussions Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.cbc9daa4@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> Lines: 38 Bytes: 1729 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.164 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.1cfdfc3e@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <11f733ec.77df40fb@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <3802a3a5.11550568@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <11f733ec.5d332345@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <7uq5dl$1fir$4@hub.org> <0a0133f8.d6c6faca@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <3814030b.0@news.internex.net.au> <3814074d.0@news.internex.net.au> X-Wren-Trace: eLSRubih5qzn8aersOa4vKiHrL6lvfWrvfa4uLDg/6Ti/KXs7brw7un74efu Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 22:50:30 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.8 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940917257 10.0.2.8 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 22:54:17 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 22:54:17 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21515 "David S. Maddison" wrote: > I wholeheartedly agree with Mr Sherman that this group should > return to its "scheduled programming" of discussing the joys of Canadian taxes. > Unfortunately, it is the technique of people like Mr Warman to > spread their hatred and lies across thousands of newsgroups which > have no relation to the hate message he wishes to spread. Comment: I believe it was the elitist and arrogant Mr. Sherman who started the descent into Jew exposure with his learned expression: "Hogwash". I came on this debate group to expose the crap being spread by the income tax defenders and proponents. As soon as the coverup of the vile scheme of this Canadian Income Tax started unraveling, the real instigators of the communistic income tax came buzzing out like mad hornets. All barriers of sleize and hate came crashing down to get at Eldon Warman, to try and stop him from giving Canadians the means to become free from these usury banker's hold over them through the income tax and the thugs who administer it. Notice the discussion headlines. Is there one discussion group heading with a derogatory phrase that has Eldon Warman as author? However, are there not several there that shows the evil intent of the author against Eldon Warman? Sorry fellas. Your scheme is not working. E-mail requests for my detax program are increasing every day. The snowball is rolling down the mountainside, and growing ever so rapidly. Better get out of the way! Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:14 EDT 1999 Article: 21516 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.9f016185@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 16 Bytes: 737 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3814bfab.17730169@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.3f27d365@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <3814c673.600949@24.9.0.17> <000b8d9b.67dcbcf7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eFVwWFlAB00GEkBPXRBXfEpfCFRVWxQNU1ZXFg4RFVsPAFsFDk0OCg4C Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 23:10:10 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940918157 10.0.2.11 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 23:09:17 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 23:09:17 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21516 Truth is, I cannot not lay claim to the "story", As I have told you, the "release" is not mine. In the interest of privacy, I purposefully left-off the contact party. What I find very intriguing is that the *story* has not hit the media. Guess the author was right. Perhaps someone could go to the courthouse and review the transcript tape for the session. Then we'd know who's telling the truth. As I do not live in Alberta, it is not likely to be me. BTW, the author is David Lindsay. There there, now; no need for any of you to exercise hare-kari any longer. ;-) Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:14 EDT 1999 Article: 21517 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!ratbert.tds.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Citizen PaysTaxman With Funny Money Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.b8be2620@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 85 Bytes: 5251 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here X-Wren-Trace: eGVAaGlwN302InB/bSBnTHpvOGRlayQ9Y2ZnJj4hJWs/MGs1Pn0+Oj4y Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 00:48:11 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940924223 10.0.2.11 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 00:50:23 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 00:50:23 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21517 In an earlier post, Eldon Warman alluded to the "phony money" concept; the fiat currency thing. As we all know, the Constitution says the federal government can "raise Money by any Mode or System of Taxation." (subject 3, section 91, BNA Act, 1867 and Canada Act, 1982) We also are aware that the provinces can impose Direct Taxation within a province to raise a Revenue for Provincial Purposes. As a result, it has been suggested that federal and provincial taxing powers may lawfully overlap. I find this *overlapping* convention, a bit hard to swallow; since the federal government can raise Money/money by *both* direct and indirect taxes. Be that as it may: from what I understand, the Supreme Court of Canada has never made a decision about the constitutionality of the Income Tax Act. In fact, a 1967 Alberta Court of Appeals decision, I believe, concerning the Breckenridge Speedway Ltd is often cited. This case dealt moreso with the issue of whether the federal government and a provincial government "can raise money" through collection of "a substitute for money", than it did with the issue of the constitutionality of a Federal Tax on Income. However, the case allows us to look into this idea of the government raising revenue through the collection of a *substitute for money*. What does the term "a substitute for money" import? In this case, the reference was made to the "Pay to the order of" concept. In other words, bank issued credit. Is it not, in fact, true that regardless of which government (federal or provincial) is raising, such raising can only be accomplished without offending the *act* governing the monetary unit of Canada: the Currency Act? I humbly suggest this is so. Now, when you study the Bills of Exchange Act and look for the word Money, it is nowhere to be found. Yes, we will find the word "money"; but, is it the same "Money" as defined in the BNA Act? Maybe yes, maybe no. I'm inclined to think no. Regardless, unless you are paying with good 'ol Coins-of-the-Realm, you are *not* paying with your money; therefore, you may be paying the debt due Her Majesty, but you are not discharging the debt. (call the Bills of Exchange Act office and ask an *officer* there, if any $10, $20, $50, or even $100 Bank of Canada Notes can discharge debt, as I have. Some of you may be very shocked at the truth) So, if these CBNs, as they are called, cannot lawfully discharge debt (or liability), then what is the lawful means to force the payment of debt by a substitute for money, I would like to know? Further, unless someone cares to offer a sound-basis challenge, according to Acts of Parliament, the federal government and provincial government "can raise money" only as compelled by the Currency Act. Assuming this be true, then for this very reason, alone, the Income Tax Act *must* be Ab Initio, as it violates a basic premise of law: compelling the citizen to do the impossible. What's the impossible? Momentarily.... Where does it say, in the constitution, that the citizens of Canada must perform the impossible, even it means that the citizen's performance is forced through the enacting of a piece of legislation, such as an Act of Parliament? True, Parliament makes the laws, but where does it say that the citizens of Canada must abide by laws that force the citizen to do that which is impossible? Show me, I'm all eyes. What's the impossible? How's this: Let's just take one year... for example... the year 1998, Although a reported 163 Billion was raised - a record in fact - in Revenues, in 1998, only about 30 Billion was in the form of Notes and Coins. Now, unless Canada's total debt has been reduced to less than 30 Billion, without my knowledge, then how is the Minister of Finance supposed to be able to pay debts with such little so-called "money" in circulation, eh? And another thing; if any legal tender paid-over for taxation collection cannot, legally, discharge debt or liability, then praytell how can those who refuse to pay, be held, lawfully, in contempt of a payment demand that has no lawful basis to start with? Neat trick, this "liable to pay" thing? You betcha! The problem is that the trick doesn't work; except in the eyes of those who *choose* to believe in the magician. I, for one, choose not to be *that* gullible, and will not do so, until someone can show me the evidence which supports that it is no illusion. In other words, the Money definition, as set forth in the BNA Act, 1867 is the exact same definition that the Acts of Parliament have maintained to the year 1999. I'll bet a dollar-to-a-doughnut, it is not. The question is, then, why pay if the liability is *not* discharged by doing so? Because some politician put forth a "bill", way back before most of us were uneducated, that makes it a legal requirement to do so? Balderdash! The protection afforded to the people, by the Constitution, was never designed for the law makers, but for those Canadians that wanted to be the law keepers, IMHO. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:14 EDT 1999 Article: 21534 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.5d34c553@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 24 Bytes: 1011 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.5 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <11f733ec.15dcf8bd@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eBUwGBkARw1GUAYKEUcZHQkmDR8EHFQKHFcZGRFBXgVDXQRNTBtRT0taRA== Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 10:03:36 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940957550 10.0.2.43 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 10:05:50 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 10:05:50 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21534 misc.taxes:90725 rmacdonaldwrote: > Your comments alluded that the Income Tax was something new and > original when it was already well established in the West. > Most of the rest of Marx was just a rewrite of some of the more > extreme egalitarians of the French Revolution, again little original > content. Comment: No! I don't claim that there is anything new under the sun. The usury money system, and taxation to take that money back out of circulation is likely as old as ancient Egypt. What I do claim is that the Planks of the Communist Manifesto, which includes income tax, is the steps to total enslavement of human populations - the Communist system. This was formulated by the Zionists and their lackey, Karl Marx. An interesting webpage (Yes! I know! Lies! Lies!) is: http://www.jewwatch.com/index.html Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:15 EDT 1999 Article: 21540 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!newsfeed.direct.ca!netnews.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge (link) Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.0f7e7f2e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> Lines: 25 Bytes: 1114 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.62 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <381512e7.20175448@24.9.0.17> <3815D67C.850BE198@oanet.com> <3815DD23.AEEF4A3D@oanet.com> <7v4o2i$f1b$1@bcarh8ab.ca.nortel.com> <3815F044.99EFACF0@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eN/60tPKjceMmszA243T18Psx9XO1p7A1p3T09uLlM+Jl86HhtGbhYGQjYg= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:22:58 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.13 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940965721 10.0.2.13 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:22:01 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:22:01 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21540 "David M. Sherman" wrote: > I found interesting the line: "He was arrested for obstruction > of justice. Wishewan showed up at the scene and informed Lindsay he > was his legal counsel." Since it appears that Wishewan is not in fact > a lawyer (he's not in the Canadian Law List, and his actions as > reported certainly suggest that he's not!), I would imagine that's > an offence under the Alberta Law Society Act, or whatever the > equivalent statute is. Comment: Sorry David. The law society act only applies to "dead" persons or fictions. The Common Law forbids a "fiction" or "dead" person from exposing or expositing on the law. The law is for truth and living human beings. ALL lawyers are operating in the "Fiction" - and most obviously are "Brain dead". Mr. Wishewan is a sovereign natural human being LIVING in Alberta. He has absolute right to DO law - he doesn't have to "practise". Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From eas321NOeaSPAM@yahoo.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:16 EDT 1999 Article: 21541 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Henry Subject: Re: Eldon Warman the Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes Message-ID: <136f266c.8522a81a@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 15 Bytes: 510 X-Originating-Host: 198.161.243.11 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com><380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com><38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca><0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com><38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca><0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <11f733ec.15dcf8bd@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> <11f733ec.5d34c553@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <01bf1fe7$ad0d4e20$950e1ed0@Pual> X-Wren-Trace: eBo/FxYPSAJJXw8BTAhKMxEIAhAQUFkDElZEQEtAUgxEUghPRxReRQ== Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:36:41 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940966735 10.0.2.43 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:38:55 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:38:55 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21541 misc.taxes:90744 my bs eliminator reports very low activity from daniel the imbecile. Notwithstanding the fact that it is educational to learn there is sick people out there, I am pleased to report that eldon the idiot has been included in my bs eliminator program list. I suggest others do same. hopefully he will go away and pester other, more appropriate newsgroups. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:16 EDT 1999 Article: 21542 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!news.mindspring.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.082242b1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 66 Bytes: 3629 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.56 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.c808c45c@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <7v2mev$275c$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eD4bMzIrbCZtey0hOmwyNiINJjQvN38hN3wyMjpqdS5odi9mZzB6ZGBxb20= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 13:36:47 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940970307 10.0.2.16 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 13:38:27 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 13:38:27 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21542 Folks, Have you noticed how McVay, and the other Jew protector apologists and revisionists have come out like mad hornets, not only against what has been said about Jews; but what is said about ANY of the agenda the Zionists are/or have instituted - from the usury banking to the takeover of our justice system, to the unlawful supposed tax called the "Income Tax"? I had no need to feel any animosity to those who followed the teachings of the Talmud prior to 1984, when, the Rothchild GOONS, the Internal Revenue Service, MURDERED my lovely wife, the mother of my children; and, deprived me of my career as an airline pilot, and caused the loss of my estate and pension. Living here in Calgary, I have crossed paths with many German, Hungarian, Croatian, and other Europeans that were in Europe prior to, and during WW2. They ALL express the feelings that Adolf failed miserably, relative to what Ben Franklin said in Philadelthia over 200 years ago: Benjamin Franklin (This prophecy, by Benjamin Franklin, was made in a "CHIT CHAT AROUND THE TABLE DURING INTERMISSION," at the Philadelphia Constitutional Convention of 1787. This statement was recorded in the dairy of Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, a delegate from South Carolina.) Quote: "I fully agree with General Washington, that we must protect this young nation from an insidious influence and impenetration. The menace, gentlemen, is the Jews. In whatever country Jews have settled in any great number, they have lowered its moral tone; depreciated its commercial integrity; have segregated themselves and have not been assimilated; have sneered at and tried to undermine the Christian religion upon which that nation is founded, by objecting to its restrictions; have built up a state within the state; and when opposed have tried to strangle that country to death financially, as in the case of Spain and Portugal. For over 1,700 years, the Jews have been bewailing their sad fate in that they have been exiled from their homeland, as they call Palestine. But gentlemen, did the world give it to them in fee simple, they would at once find some reason for not returning. Why? Because they are vampires, and vampires do not live on vampires. They cannot live only among themselves. They must subsist on Christians and other people not of their race. If you do not exclude them from these United States, in their Constitution, in less than 200 years they will have swarmed here in such great numbers that they will dominate and devour the land and change our form of government, for which we Americans have shed our blood, given our lives our substance and jeopardized our liberty. If you do not exclude them, in less than 200 years our descendants will be working in the fields to furnish them substance, while they will be in the counting houses rubbing their hands. I warn you, gentlemen, if you do not exclude Jews for all time, your children will curse you in your graves. Jews, gentlemen, are Asiatics, let them be born where they will nor how many generations they are away from Asia, they will never be otherwise. Their ideas do not conform to an American's, and will not even thou they live among us ten generations. A leopard cannot change its spots. Jews are Asiatics, are a menace to this country if permitted entrance, and should be excluded by this Constitutional Convention." Unquote Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:16 EDT 1999 Article: 21547 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!logbridge.uoregon.edu!howland.erols.net!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge (link) Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.2a48bc7b@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> Lines: 45 Bytes: 2029 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.39 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <381512e7.20175448@24.9.0.17> <3815D67C.850BE198@oanet.com> <3815DD23.AEEF4A3D@oanet.com> <7v4o2i$f1b$1@bcarh8ab.ca.nortel.com> X-Wren-Trace: eNXw2NnAh82GkMbK0YfZ3cnmzd/E3JTK3JfZ2dGBnsWDncSNjNuRj4iagok= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 13:47:48 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.5 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940971310 10.0.2.5 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 13:55:10 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 13:55:10 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21547 (John Clarke) wrote: > I just love a few good crackpots. Makes the world such a happy > place... > John > p.s. loved the bit about the guys drivers license being suspended > and them towing the car away...and the final line "denied the > incident was planned" > p.p.s. I love the claim at the start of this thread "this won't > appear in the media because of a widespread conspiracy". > Nothing better than kooks who think they aren't kooks Comment: The words of a jerk who apparently enjoys being a slave and bum boy! All patriots of the past have been dubbed "crackpots" by the abject cowards in society - until, they achieved success. Then like a leech, they change their loyalties and insert their brown noses into the asses of those people who had the guts to get out and fight for that which is right and true. What are the rights Mr. Wishewan, Dave Lindsay, and the others who were in St. Albert last Friday believe in? An Appeal Court Judge in British Columbia (Justice Irving), in a case in 1909 stated in his findings: Among the normal rights which are available to every British subject against all the world are : (1) personal safety and freedom; (2) one's good name; (3) the enjoyment of the advantages ordinarily open to all the inhabitants of the country, e.g., the unmolested pursuit of one's trade or occupation and free use of the highways; (4) freedom from malicious vexation by legal process; and (5) to one's own property. Where a restraint is sought to be put upon any person in respect of the exercise of any of those natural rights, I think it is the duty of the Court to assume that the legislature did not intend to interfere with them, unless clear and unequivocal words have been used. Ok! Jerk! What part of that statement strikes you as being a "joke". Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:17 EDT 1999 Article: 21552 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!feed.newsfeeds.com!newsfeeds.com!newsfeed.enteract.com!netnews.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.335e4eff@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> Lines: 40 Bytes: 1731 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.39 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52 <11f733ec.09201cbc@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <7v00al$hga$2@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eAciCgsSVR9UQhQYA1ULDxs0Hw0WDkYYDkULCwNTTBdRTxZfXglDXVpIUFs= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:22:37 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.5 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940973399 10.0.2.5 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:29:59 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:29:59 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21552 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > It is refreshing to know that Mr. Warman does not resort to, er, > name-calling - something of which he has lately complained... > Who are the "mad wasps," Mr. Warman? Comment: For those who know how to use and understand the English language, "mad wasps" is an allegorical reference, not a "fiction" name given for the derogatory purpose of impuning a person's character, as you, Fred, Mr. Taxman, Fred, Mimi and some of the other Jew historical revisionists have resorted to when addressing me, and my discussion material. > What is this "Zionist conspiracy" which you mention, and why should > anyone "apologize" for Jews, given your total failure thus far to > document any of your somewhat rabid claims? Comment: Why would someone need to give proof that the Sun or Moon shines; when, all the doubter has to do is go outside and look up! > Who are the "mad dogs," Mr. Warman, and where is the proof that > Canadians are all in debt to incorrectly spelled banks? Comment: Seems that you are showing a lot of froth around your muzzle. Or, is it your attempted muzzle? Relative to your silly statement about the banks and spelling, read the previous comment again. > You were going to provide it, weren't you, Mr. Warman? > Weren't you? Comment: This is a discussion dialogue, Mr. Mcvay. If you are uneducated relative to the topics discussed, I suggest you spend some time on the 'net using your favorite search engine. When you are up to speed, come back to see us! Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:17 EDT 1999 Article: 21553 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.gv.tsc.tdk.com!newsfeed.berkeley.edu!feeder.qis.net!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.c5edeccd@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 65 Bytes: 2832 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.173 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <3814f0f6.0@news.internex.net.au> X-Wren-Trace: eLSRubih5qzn8aersOa4vKiHrL6lvfWrvfa4uLDg/6Ti/KXs7brw7un74ebp Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:55:15 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940975078 10.0.2.42 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:57:58 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:57:58 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21553 alt.politics.clinton:739998 can.politics:368275 misc.taxes:90766 "David S. Maddison" wrote: > Koestler's work has been discredited. Comment: OH? BY WHOM? > Why exactly would "Cohens and Kantors" need to have been brought > in for the conversion? Comment: I understand the "The reader of Scripture" and the "Singer of Psams" goes along with the Synagogue rituals, does it not? > Of course, you don't cite peer-reviewed literature, you cite an > infamous anti-Semitic web site as your source. Why doesn't that > surprise me? Comment: Are you positive it's anti-semitic? Christians, who understand the setting of the Jesuonian story have no reason to be dogmatically anti-Jewish. Most of the early converts to Paul's and Peter's Christianity, including Paul (Peter was a Galilean) were Judeans (formerly of the Jewish religion). I find these people in the position of identifying their present surroundings, rather than playing out historical hatreds from dogmatic teachings. If you tag any criticism of Jew as being under the blanket of "anti-semitism"; and using that phrase as a statement of general hate toward Jews, then you are just identifying yourself as being either a Jew with a very guilty conscience; or, an ignorant liberal who has gained no education beyond that which he has gained by watching Tampax commercials and Monday night football. How can "anti-semitic" be used to identify the current people who follow the so-called Jewish religion - Babylonian Talmudism. They are no more "semitic" than is my cat. The word "Jew" didn't come into usage until the early 1700's. No document written before that date uses the word. The term used prior to that was the Latin "Iudean" and anglicized to "Judean". The Khazar converts (Ashkenizm) couldn't use the word "Judean' to describe themselves, so they had to invent one. The Religion of the Judeans who did not accept conversion to Christianity remained as Talmudism. Yes, Mimi, I hear it coming. Lies! Lies! Can't come up with any decent refutation of what I have said; so, more hyper invective... Eldon Warman Wile E. Coyote > And what, in any case are you trying to prove by saying that > modern Jews > descended from Khazars (which is not true in any case as the > genetic > evidence proves)? > In Judaism, there is no distinction* made between converts and > born Jews - > it is even prohibited to identify someone as convert. (*The single > exception is that converts cannot marry Kohanim, but divorced > women can't > either). > Many similar anti-Semitic libels are dealt with at my web page > http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/8815 > Now back to your scheduled tax programming... > David Maddison * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Tue Oct 26 19:22:17 EDT 1999 Article: 21554 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!feed.newsfeeds.com!newsfeeds.com!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <00091c0e.c6f16a17@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 18 Bytes: 687 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.173 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <3814f0f6.0@news.internex.net.au> <3815056D.D96C670@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eJ67k5KLzIbN242BmsySloKthpSPl9+Bl9ySkprK1Y7I1o/Gx5DaxMPRy8zD Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 14:59:08 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940975494 10.0.2.42 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 15:04:54 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 15:04:54 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21554 alt.politics.clinton:740002 can.politics:368276 misc.taxes:90768 Mimi Weasel wrote: > "David S. Maddison" wrote: > > Many similar anti-Semitic libels are dealt with at my web page > > http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Cyprus/8815 > Which is brilliant! Great page, the most comprehensive answer to > the lies spread by the NeoNetNazis. > Mimi Weasel Comment: I'm glad you take so much solace in your fellow Jews' deceptions. I'm sure that gives you much comfort and confidence that the Zionist plans for the New World Order have been cloaked in deceptions for another day. Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Wed Oct 27 00:12:44 EDT 1999 Article: 21557 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!skynet.be!195.224.165.20.MISMATCH!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <004aa0e3.646199da@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> Lines: 28 Bytes: 1203 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.49 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.09201cbc@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <7v00al$hga$2@hub.org> <11f733ec.335e4eff@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <7v5c6p$3g2$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eHdSentiJW8kMmRocyV7f2tEb31mfjZofjV7e3MjPGchP2YvLnkzLSo4Jys= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 16:31:59 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.9 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940980882 10.0.2.9 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 16:34:42 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 16:34:42 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21557 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > But who were you referring to, Mr. Warman, when you said: > "My statements on that aspect led to the "Mad Dogs" of the B'nai > B'rith (Brotherhood of the Sons of Ai) being turned loose upon me." > That didn't sound like an "allegorical reference," Mr. Warman, it > sounded like a direct reference to someone you claimed was "turned > loose on you." > I want to know who you were referring to, and who you think "turned > them loose on you?" Comment: I'm sure the readers of this discussion group understand that I was clearly referring to "MEMBERS" of the B'nai B'rith (Brotherhood of the Sons of (the ancient Edomite capitol of) Ai). And, since the Zionists call themselves "Edomites" in their Protocols of The (supposedly) Learned Elders of Zion, I could understand why they would act like "Mad Hornets" when their Satanic scheme is published here on the Internet for all the world to see. Exposure of VILE THUGS, and their evil plans is always "HATE" literature to the THUGS. Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Wed Oct 27 00:12:44 EDT 1999 Article: 21558 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.669c88d0@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1005 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.49 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3803dccd.6425008@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <38054001.97366375@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <7u4qtj$mqq$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <000b8d9b.43d42573@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38073e2c.853347@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380DF413.C3FEDEC5@home.com> <1415c574.ccc8c430@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <38125AE9.625D9BB1@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eHpfd3ZvKGIpP2llfih2cmZJYnBrcztlczh2dn4uMWosMmsiI3Q+ICc1KiY= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 16:40:32 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.9 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940981579 10.0.2.9 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 16:46:19 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 16:46:19 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21558 (John H. Loukidelis) wrote: > OTOH, this whole sorry episode has served one purpose. When Mr > Warman first began posting, I was concerned that the ignorant might > be misled into thinking that his "de-tax" program had any validity at > law. John, What's your purpose in posting this. You working for Revenue Canada, or worse, the Rothchilds? Or, are you just one of B'nai B'rith's "mad hornets"? My understanding of how the JEWS are screwing Canada (right or wrong) has nothing to do with "Contract Law". It is a simple understanding and utilization of contract law which can get Canadians completely out from under the income tax burden. Contract law has been around since time immemorial. It is not out of my mind. What kind of Jerk or Traitor are you? Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Wed Oct 27 00:12:45 EDT 1999 Article: 21560 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!europa.netcrusader.net!209.249.97.47!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> Lines: 22 Bytes: 1014 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.28 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.c808c45c@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <7v2mev$275c$1@hub.org> <000b8d9b.082242b1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7v53t5$2aui$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eJC1nZyFwojD1YOPlMKcmIyjiJqBmdGPmdKcnJTE24DG2IHIyZ7Uys3fxs0= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:05:54 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.8 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940986518 10.0.2.8 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:08:38 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:08:38 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21560 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: some mis-spelled Jewish bank. Comment: So what if I have mis-spelled the name Rothchild? Its a "STRAWMAN" name anyway, just like most of the names on this discussion group. "Rothchild" apparently means "Red Shield", the Zionist colour - the same colour Lester Pearson chose for his Canadian beer can label. The Original Jew who assumed the name was Amsel Mayer Bauer (Close in spelling as I care to come), an Ashkenzi Jew living in Germany. His son Nathan and descendants are the chief source of grief to the British Empire and countries resulting from that empire. Can't understand why you think I should be coming up with specific names? What are you trying to set up here? Some way for your buddy thugs to attempt to entrap me in your Zionist controlled justice system? Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Wed Oct 27 00:12:45 EDT 1999 Article: 21562 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman the Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.fd5dcf4c@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> Lines: 23 Bytes: 744 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.28 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com><380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com><38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca><0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com><38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca><0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <11f733ec.15dcf8bd@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> <11f733ec.5d34c553@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <01bf1fe7$ad0d4e20$950e1ed0@Pual> X-Wren-Trace: eN7709LLjMaNm83B2ozS1sLtxtTP15/B15zS0tqKlc6Ils+Gh9CahIORiIM= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:19:57 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.8 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940987544 10.0.2.8 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:25:44 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:25:44 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21562 misc.taxes:90787 "Paul A. Thomas" wrote: > Karl Marx was a lackey for the Zionists??? When did that happen? Comment: Before you join a discussion group, you should get some education on the subject. I'm not on here to educate the uneducatable. From: http://www.tales.ndirect.co.uk/KARL1.HTML Carl Marx - with a capital 'C' was born in Trier in the German Rhineland at 2 am on the 5th May 1818. His father Heinrich, was descended from a long line of Rabbis and was well respected amongst the Jewish community for his skill in the courtroom. Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Wed Oct 27 00:12:46 EDT 1999 Article: 21563 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!newsfeed.direct.ca!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman the Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes Message-ID: <2750ac20.fe4b3b29@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> Lines: 12 Bytes: 384 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.28 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com><380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com><38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca><0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com><38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca><0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <11f733ec.15dcf8bd@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> <11f733ec.5d34c553@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <01bf1fe7$ad0d4e20$950e1ed0@Pual> X-Wren-Trace: eLWQuLmg563m8Kaqsee5vamGrb+kvPSqvPe5ubHh/qXj/aTt7Lvx7+j64+g= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:23:31 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.8 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940987757 10.0.2.8 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:29:17 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 18:29:17 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21563 misc.taxes:90788 Paul, I've been applying for the Village Idiot job! However, you Zionist Jew defenders are obviously pulling strings to get all the jobs ahead of me. Hey! Give a poor Goy a chance! Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Wed Oct 27 00:12:46 EDT 1999 Article: 21567 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!easynet-tele!easynet.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <004aa0e3.08d28f67@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> Lines: 39 Bytes: 1488 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.69 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <3814f0f6.0@news.internex.net.au> <3815056D.D96C670@home.com> <000b8d9b.873fe303@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38160c7a.957316@24.9.0.17> X-Wren-Trace: eDQROTghZixncScrMGY4PCgHLD4lPXUrPXY4ODBgfyRifCVsbTpwbmp7Zmg= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 19:03:52 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.8 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940990179 10.0.2.8 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 19:09:39 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 19:09:39 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21567 alt.politics.clinton:740144 can.politics:368361 misc.taxes:90790 (Rick Jones) wrote: > Oh, dear. Microchip implants? Better go home and put your tinfoil > hat on. Comment: Ok! Rick Boy. Check out this webpage: Taken from another's e-mail message: Go to the following URL and use the following instructions. This will take you to a US patent that will be sure to shake your foundation, however stable you may think it is. URL: http://www.patents.ibm.com/patquery On the page that opens up, leave the "US" the way it is, but in the box next to it, enter the patent number 5878155 and then click on "Search" The following page will show one patent with the patent number as a clickable link. Click on the patent number. The next page will show you a summary of the patent titled "Method for verifying human identity during electronic sale transactions" Near the top left corner of the page you will see "View Images (7 pages)", click on this and this will allow you to read the entire patent (full disclosure) and view all the accompanying drawings. For those of you who think this is a crock and aren't even going to look at the patent, read this. The patent is that of an invisible ink tattoo on a human body. The tattoo in question is that of a bar code that is scanable. Any more smart-ass comments, Ricky Boy? Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:45:58 EDT 1999 Article: 21570 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!skynet.be!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Why Pay Income Taxes???? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <01906254.a6df978a@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> Lines: 38 Bytes: 1821 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.167 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here X-Wren-Trace: eEhtRURdGlAbDVtXTBpEQFR7UEJZQQlXQQpEREwcA1geAFkQEUYMEhUHHRsR Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 21:20:12 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.7 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 940998359 10.0.2.7 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 21:25:59 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 21:25:59 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21570 Hey! Folks. The Income Tax Pays for NOTHING - no services, no government pensions, no government salaries, no social services, NOTHING. It is simply a means to take money taken out of circulation for the purposes of controlling the inflation of the Bankers' "usury fiat money system" - a money system totally unlawful to our heritage in the Anglo-Saxon Common Law; to the Christian heritage of those who originally established Canada; and to Islamic law. A simple understanding of contract law will lead you to understand how you can get completely out from under the Income Tax burden. Contracts MUST BE equitable, voluntary and all terms disclosed. All major contracts MUST BE written and signed. The absence of any of these aspects constitutes fraud. Fraudulent contracts are "voidable" by the injured party. The Income Tax Act of Canada is applicable ONLY to a "taxpayer". A "taxpayer" is a legal entity, an artificial person, a fiction. The ONLY way a natural person gets to be a "taxpayer" is by contract. If any of the above aspects of a contract are absent from the supposed contract that made you a "taxpayer", you, as the injured party, can VOID it. If you are no longer a "taxpayer", you are NOT subject to Revenue Canada, or to the Income Tax Act of Canada. It is totally lawful to void a fraudulent contract. You can learn how by going to my webpage at: http://www.detaxcanada.org >From there you can personally contact me for a free download of my complete detax program. My services are offered as a non-commercial enterprise; however, gratuitities are graciously received. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:45:58 EDT 1999 Article: 21574 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: No Conspiracy?? B.S.!! Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1c31fd54.cf9086cd@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 62 Bytes: 2626 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.23 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here X-Wren-Trace: eAwpAQAZXhRfSR8TCF4ABBA/FAYdBU0TBU4AAAhYRxxaRB1UVQJIVlJDWlo= Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 09:42:57 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941042925 10.0.2.43 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 09:48:45 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 09:48:45 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21574 For those of you who have your blindfold on, or, if you are Freemasons, are "hoodwinked", how about this information: Relative to Revelation (Bible) 13: 16-18 16. And he causeth all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads: 17. And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark, or the name of the beast, or the number of his name. The webpage: http://www.patents.ibm.com/details?&pn=US05878155__ tells us that the "Mark of the BERAST" is now with us. Learn more about the BEAST (Brussels-European-Automated-Systems-Transactions, code name "Beast" is a giant computer which was built in Brussels to take care of all European common markets and its associated members): http://www.prolognet.qc.ca/clyde/beast.htm For those of you too arrogant to even look at these webpages, here is the patent narrative: US5878155: Method for verifying human identity during electronic sale transactions Inventor(s): Heeter; Thomas W. , Houston, TX 77022 Issued/Filed Dates: March 2, 1999 / Sept. 5, 1996 Abstract: A method is presented for facilitating sales transactions by electronic media. A bar code or a design is tattooed on an individual. Before the sales transaction can be consummated, the tattoo is scanned with a scanner. Characteristics about the scanned tattoo are compared to characteristics about other tattoos stored on a computer database in order to verify the identity of the buyer. Once verified, the seller may be authorized to debit the buyer's electronic bank account in order to consummate the transaction. The seller's electronic bank account may be similarly updated. ******************************************************************** Next item: United Nations endorses New Age Religion: http://www.kryon.com >From that webpage - Quote: "Kryon at the United Nations? YES! Kryon was invited to present live channelings in 1995, 1996, and 1998 for the Society of Enlightenment and Transformation... a United Nations sanctioned group within the structure of the UN charter." Unquote Gee Whiz! A One World Religion that the anti-semitic Frauds who wrote the Protocols of The Learned Elders Of Zion chance to include in their vile and slanderous diatribe against the God loving and compassionate Zionist bankers and their associated stewarts of the human race's welfare. Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:45:59 EDT 1999 Article: 21575 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.d1fd17ec@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> Lines: 12 Bytes: 387 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.23 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <3814f0f6.0@news.internex.net.au> <3815056D.D96C670@home.com> <000b8d9b.873fe303@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38160c7a.957316@24.9.0.17> <004aa0e3.08d28f67@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <38166370.DCD181D2@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eDseNjcuaSNofigkP2k3MycIIzEqMnokMnk3Nz9vcCttcypjYjV/YWV0bW0= Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 09:52:14 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.43 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941043297 10.0.2.43 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 09:54:57 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 09:54:57 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21575 alt.politics.clinton:740293 can.politics:368453 misc.taxes:90826 Mimi, You've depressed me so much by calling me all those names, and telling me I am such a vile and evil person. And , now a "schizo"???? I'd commit suicide; however, we don't know where to start! Wile E. Coyote (One of we) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:45:59 EDT 1999 Article: 21578 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's A Racist Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <09920fb9.f8afc0fb@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 36 Bytes: 1757 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.193 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.335e4eff@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <7v5c6p$3g2$1@hub.org> <004aa0e3.646199da@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <7v5i4h$1qnp$4@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eGhNZWR9OnA7LXt3bDpkYHRbcGJ5YSl3YSpkZGw8I3g+IHkwMWYsMjUnPTQ1 Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 10:31:14 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941045637 10.0.2.42 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 10:33:57 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 10:33:57 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21578 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > All of the members, Mr. Warman? Do you know how many members of > B'nai B'rith there are (it isn't "B'nai B'rith") here in Canada, Mr. > Warman, but then, as a reknowned expert on Jews and Judaism, you > surely know that...)? Comment: For a discussion group, close in spelling is quite adequate. If you have a problem, get Remarq.com to add a spelling checker. A couple or three of your ilk who come to mind would be David Lethbridge of Salmon Arm, BC, Conrad Black, The Bronfmans. You obviously know who they are more than I would. I can just "smell" the foul stench of their activities - as do many, if not most other Canadians. > What evidence do you have that these tens of thousands of B'nai > B'rith members - perhaps millions, worldwide - are all either insance > or dogs? Who turned theses millions of insane canines loose on you, > Mr. Warman? Comment: I would suggest you watch the "Star Trek" series dealing with the "BORG" and the "FERENGI" to get an allegorical perspective of how the Zionist mindset obviously prevades right down to the lowest levels of Judica and Freemasonry. > Can you deal with this rationally, or will you continue to babble? > (Were one to ask who _sounded_ like a "mad dog" in this newsgroup, > Mr. Warman, I submit your name would top the list.) Comment: I'll accept the ephitet "Angry Dog". "Mad Dog" and "Mad Hornets" I will leave to your ilk, Mr. McVay. "Mad" means wildly and irrationally flailing, frantically erratic. "Angry" means just plain "Pissed Off". Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:45:59 EDT 1999 Article: 21582 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsfeed.axxsys.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes,can.politics Message-ID: <2750ac20.eadfbc94@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 13 Bytes: 616 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3815CCD6.1505@direct.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eE5rQ0JbHFYdCVtURgtMZ1FEE09OQA8WSE1MDRUKDkAUG0AeFVYVERUZ Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 12:25:33 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941052497 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 12:28:17 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 12:28:17 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31255 can.taxes:21582 can.politics:368468 Good observation, perhaps *that* is why the judge left the courtroom. As I said before, I was not there. Just passing-on what was sent by email to a friend of mine. Regardless, the point is that some Canadian had the belief that he had the right to perform a Citizen's Arrest on the judge and that Canadian *did not* end up being charged with contempt of court; that is, unless the media were told *not* to print the contempt of court charge either. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:00 EDT 1999 Article: 21586 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes,can.politics Message-ID: <1415c574.efcec782@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 11 Bytes: 478 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3814bfab.17730169@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.3f27d365@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <3814c673.600949@24.9.0.17> <000b8d9b.67dcbcf7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381512e7.20175448@24.9.0.17> X-Wren-Trace: eLqft7av6KLp/a+gsv+4k6Ww57u6tPvivLm4+eH++rTg77Tq4aLh5eHt Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 12:44:21 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941053625 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 12:47:05 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 12:47:05 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31258 can.taxes:21586 can.politics:368476 I assure you, it does *not* come from me! The fact that it has not been reported in the media, does not surprise me. What does surprise me, however, is that the media did not cover the contempt of court charge that he must have surely received, if he was wrong for performing the Citizen's Arrest on judge Maher. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:00 EDT 1999 Article: 21587 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen PaysTaxman With Funny Money Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.fc0192c1@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 31 Bytes: 1037 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.b8be2620@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <7v5u09$f5o$1@news.auaracom.net> X-Wren-Trace: eKiNpaS9+rD7772yoO2qgbei9amopunwrquq6/Ps6Kby/ab487Dz9/P/ Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:30:48 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941056597 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:36:37 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:36:37 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21587 In article <7v5u09$f5o$1@news.auaracom.net>, "Paul McKeever" wrote: > Noah wrote in message > <11f733ec.b8be2620@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com>... > >...from what I understand, the > >Supreme Court of Canada has never made a decision about the > >constitutionality of the Income Tax Act. > That's not true. The case was Caron vs. the King. However, at > the time > (1924ish), the Supreme Court of Canada was not our court of most > superior > jurisdiction: Oh really? So how did the SCC find in Caron? Also, who appealed to the Privy Council; Caron or the Crown and what was the appeal based upon? that was the Judicial Committee of the Privy > Council. And, in > the > Caron affair, the SCC's decision was, ultimately, appealed to the > Privy > Council, > which entered the last decision in that matter. > Regards, > Paul McKeever * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:01 EDT 1999 Article: 21589 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!colt.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Why Pay Income Taxes???? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.ff81585c@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 16 Bytes: 812 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <01906254.a6df978a@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eMvuxsfemdOYjN7Rw47J4tTBlsrLxYqTzcjJiJCPi8WRnsWbkNOQlJCc Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:44:08 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941057397 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:49:57 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 13:49:57 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21589 Eldon, are you speaking of the natural person, as defined in statutes? If so, then how can your program assist such a "person" who is already defined in statute law. Perhaps you are speaking of the *flesh 'n' blood Man or flesh 'n' blood Woman*, no? If so, then what is the lawful term for such nature? Further, I have been trying to get someone to tell me how a judge differentiates between the flesh 'n' blood and the fiction; in other words, how does the judge know *who* is before him. I appreciate the argument that it has do with the UPPER case name, but I was curious to know if that was the *only* thing, which supports the concept? Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:01 EDT 1999 Article: 21593 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.0be46857@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 5 Bytes: 212 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.082242b1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7v53t5$2aui$1@hub.org> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eOTB6ejxtvy3o/H+7KHmzfvuueXk6qW84ufmp7+gpOq+seq0v/y/u7+z Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:31:18 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941060043 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:34:03 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:34:03 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21593 Okay, I'll bite: what does OBC stand for, after your name? * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:01 EDT 1999 Article: 21596 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <2750ac20.115fef99@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 33 Bytes: 1241 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3815CCD6.1505@direct.ca> <2750ac20.eadfbc94@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38175DFF.89E33588@oanet.com> X-Wren-Trace: eM7rw8LbnNadidvUxovM59HEk8/OwI+WyM3MjZWKjsCUm8CeldaVkZWZ Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:52:11 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941061295 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:54:55 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:54:55 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21596 can.legal:31262 can.politics:368507 In article <38175DFF.89E33588@oanet.com>, Dennis K wrote: > Noah wrote: > > > > Regardless, the point is that some Canadian > > had the belief that he had the right to perform a Citizen's > Arrest on > > the judge and that Canadian *did not* end up being charged with > > contempt of court; that is, unless the media were told *not* to > print > > the contempt of court charge either. > I'm not trying to start something here but would it be necessary > for the > guy to be charged with contempt of court?? I mean just because he > spouts off and disrupts the proceedings, would he HAVE to be > charged or > would it be at the judges discretion? No, the point is that the judge would have been able to charge him with contempt of court, as he was under arrest. In fact, the judge *should* not have even been able to walk out of the courtroom. But, the RCMP officer was waiting for some sort of signal from the judge; which, apparently, did not come. > Dennis > -- > If there is a "NOSPAM" in my e-mail address, remove it to reply * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:02 EDT 1999 Article: 21597 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!sunqbc.risq.qc.ca!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <2750ac20.b083dd9c@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> Lines: 16 Bytes: 582 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.191 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <3814f0f6.0@news.internex.net.au> <3815056D.D96C670@home.com> <000b8d9b.873fe303@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38160c7a.957316@24.9.0.17> <004aa0e3.08d28f67@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <38166370.DCD181D2@home.com> <11f733ec.d1fd17ec@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <381731A6.BBD90293@home.com> <38174462.95751907@news> <3817650b.19356546@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eCoPJyY/eDJ5bzk1LngmIjYZMiA7I2s1I2gmJi5+YTp8YjtycyRucHdlf3Z1 Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 14:57:57 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.13 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941061641 10.0.2.13 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:00:41 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:00:41 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21597 (Fred Grosby) wrote: > Eldon has publicly acknowledged that he is an anti-Semitic bigot, > and that he is proud to be so. Sooo There! Mimi and Tony and others... Fred says it's so!! Must be so! Eldon Warman AKA: The Semitic "anti-semitic" bigot (according to Fred), who believes that "non-semitic" Jews (specifically those of the Zionist bent) are ruining the World with their usury practises and greed for power. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:02 EDT 1999 Article: 21598 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!colt.net!newsfeeds.belnet.be!news.belnet.be!news.be.easynet.net!newsfeed.online.be!tank.news.pipex.net!pipex!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge (link) Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0500f0e8.18aca0ac@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 53 Bytes: 2308 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3814bfab.17730169@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.3f27d365@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <3814c673.600949@24.9.0.17> <000b8d9b.67dcbcf7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381512e7.20175448@24.9.0.17> <3815D67C.850BE198@oanet.com> <3815DD23.AEEF4A3D@oanet.com> <381617d7.6734776@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eFl8VFVMC0EKHkxDURxbcEZTBFhZVxgBX1pbGgIdGVcDDFcJAkECBgIO Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:19:59 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941063148 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:25:48 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:25:48 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21598 In article <381617d7.6734776@news.calgary.telusplanet.net>, fredg@his.com (Fred Grosby) wrote: > On Tue, 26 Oct 1999 10:56:03 -0600, Dennis K > > wrote: > >I finally found the link for our newspaper. You can find the > article > >mentioned in this thread at http://www.bowesnet.com/spnews/ then > click > >on the "more news" button > Thanks for providing us with a way to get a relatively factual > account > of the matter. And, I especially thank you; for now those ng posters that tried to create the impression that it was I who had made the whole damn thing up can eat crow! I've had occasion to look askance at newspaper > accounts in the past, but under the corcumstances I prefer such an > account to self-serving and obviously slanted "press releases" > posted > to this ng second hand and only then after alteration. Ohmygawd Fred, you are so right. I, being given the email just three days ago, should have been able to somehow wind-back time, so that it was current with the Sherwood Park Community paper. Shame on me. But, what I find even more fascinating is the utter stupor that most of the ng members are in, when it comes to the issue of justice. I posted the release, and I'm certainly glad that I did; for, I had no idea that it would bring out such a desire to *prove* me wrong. As a result, many learned the reality that truth is very often stranger than fiction. Regarless of the "slant", as you put it, the fact still remains the incident did happen. And, contrary to what posters try to imply, the incident was suppressed from the people; for, how many Canadians who, having the right to know what happened on October 15, 1999, actually *read* the Sherwood Park Community paper? Was it in the Globe, the National Post, on the CBC News, etc. With all due respect to the Sherwood Park paper; *that's* what I meant by "media". Noah > --- > Fred Grosby > fredg@his.com www.his.com/~fandl/fred.html > -------------------------------------------- > If you are grouchy, irritable, or just plain mean, > there will be a $10 charge for putting up with you. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:03 EDT 1999 Article: 21599 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!newsfeed.direct.ca!newsfeed.axxsys.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge (link) Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <01906254.1a0a45ad@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 35 Bytes: 1245 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <381512e7.20175448@24.9.0.17> <3815D67C.850BE198@oanet.com> <3815DD23.AEEF4A3D@oanet.com> <7v4o2i$f1b$1@bcarh8ab.ca.nortel.com> X-Wren-Trace: eJK3n56HwIrB1YeImteQu42Yz5OSnNPKlJGQ0cnW0pzIx5zCyYrJzcnF Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:25:11 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941063461 10.0.2.11 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:31:01 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:31:01 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21599 In article <7v4o2i$f1b$1@bcarh8ab.ca.nortel.com>, jclarke@nortel.ca (John Clarke) wrote: > In article <3815DD23.AEEF4A3D@oanet.com>, > Dennis K wrote: > >I finally found the link for our newspaper. You can find the > article > >mentioned in this thread at http://www.bowesnet.com/spnews/ then > click > >on the "more news" button > I just love a few good crackpots. Makes the world such a happy > place... > John > p.s. loved the bit about the guys drivers license being suspended > and > them towing the car away...and the final line "denied the incident > was > planned" > p.p.s. I love the claim at the start of this thread "this won't > appear > in the media because of a widespread conspiracy". Nothing better > than > kooks who think they aren't kooks If you're going to quote me, then you'd better damn well do it correctly. I said nothing of the sort. Perhaps when speaking of "kooks", you might be well advised to *not* be looking in a mirror at the time. Funny thing about reflections, they speak only the truth. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:03 EDT 1999 Article: 21600 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Are There No Worthy Opponents? Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.0df94ad8@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> Lines: 33 Bytes: 1698 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.162 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.b6ab38e8@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <7uq852$1p25$3@hub.org> <000b8d9b.46477c8d@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> <3810D0C9.2724F0D3@davidsherman.ca> <01906254.13500f4c@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38125D9B.7E4C9AA@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eICljYyV0pjTxZOfhNKMiJyzmIqRicGficKMjITUy5DWyJHY2Y7E2t3P1dPc Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:33:23 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.10 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941063767 10.0.2.10 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:36:07 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:36:07 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21600 David, I did some more homework. I concede that B'nai B'rith means "Sons of the Covenant". However, since YHVH's Covenant was with the Hebrews, not with just any group of people holding to a religion built around the Babylonian polluted Talmud (Usury, etc.). As I understand the Covenant (contract), it was supposed to be a special benefit for the Hebrew People in exchange for the Hebrew People to be "a light unto the world" regarding the nature and purposes of the One True God. With the proliferation of smut in the movies, in magazines, on the internet and elswhere by Jews. The ruination of one country after another by the practises of usury banking and fiat counterfeit money by Jewish bankers; the evils of people like Janet Reno and Madeilene Albright, et al; And on, And on.. The theft and vile misuse of the benefits of the Covenant with YHVH by an evil people, who have become so much dispised throughout the world, speaks much louder than anything I could ever say, or wish to say. Therefore, the interpretation of "B'nai B'rith" as "Brotherhood of the Sons of Ai" seems to be much closer to the facts of current existence as they are in this day and age. Immanuel Valikovsky, in his book, Ages in Chaos" tell of the mortal enemies of the Hebrews and the Egyptians called Ammonites. The Ammonites and the Edomites are one and the same people. Amman, Jordan is pretty close (if not actually, the site of ancient Ai - the Edomite capitol. Elldon Warman The "anti-semitic" Semite. (According to Fred) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:03 EDT 1999 Article: 21602 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!newsfeed.berkeley.edu!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Idiotic Discussions: "Christian" Identity Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.14895db9@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> Lines: 33 Bytes: 1441 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.162 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.1cfdfc3e@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.740ade2a@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <7uq4jt$1fir$1@hub.org> <1415c574.6e6d87b3@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7uq7tq$1p25$2@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eGtOZmd+OXM4Lnh0bzlnY3dYc2F6Yip0YilnZ28/IHs9I3ozMmUvMTYkPjg3 Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 15:58:32 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.10 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941065276 10.0.2.10 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 16:01:16 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 16:01:16 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21602 Mr. McVay, We're to accept everything that is written by Jewish apologists as being the "TRVTH"? What qualifies you as being the "All Knowing" one, Mr. McVay? You have a proliferation of internet webpages; but, what is your gauge to tell us what is "TRVTH" and what is "Bull Shit"? What makes you think you can "pigeonhole" me as a "Christian Identity" type, just because I have some (substantial) knowledge of the sleize in our World that falls at the feet of Zionist Jews? I am neither a Christian, nor, am I an "Identity" believer. I believe WHAT the Galilean called Joshua ben Joseph taught to the World some two thousand years ago - that all human beings are Sons of the Eternal Father, the First Source and Center of All Existence - and, the substance of what Melchizedek taught Abraham some two thousand years before Joshua's time. However, Joshua also taught that the "law" was not complete in the negative Golden Rule, (Not the golden riule the current People who call themselves Jews live by: "Them that have the gold rule"); but, that the positive part was also essential - "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." What have you done for anyone lately, Mr. McVay? Eldon Warman Detax yourself - free. http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:04 EDT 1999 Article: 21603 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!newsfeed.direct.ca!newsfeed.axxsys.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> Lines: 16 Bytes: 646 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.162 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.082242b1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7v53t5$2aui$1@hub.org> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eD8aMjMqbSdseiwgO20zNyMMJzUuNn4gNn0zMztrdC9pdy5nZjF7ZWJwamxj Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 16:06:18 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.10 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941065927 10.0.2.10 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 16:12:07 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 16:12:07 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21603 Can anyone tell me why this McVay jerk is adding his vile two cents worth to this discussion topic? Would it be that he is under the direction of his Zionist masters to attempt to sidetrack and obfuscate information that would help Canadians become sovereign natural person again - Without the Communistic shakles of the income tax? That's the only thing I can imagine as to why this rabid dog is still sniffing the tracks of Eldon Warman Detax free: http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:04 EDT 1999 Article: 21610 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newsfeed.enteract.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> Lines: 86 Bytes: 4450 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.50 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eKCFray18rjz5bO/pPKsqLyTuKqxqeG/qeKsrKT067D26LH4+a7k+v7v8fU= Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 19:44:40 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.9 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941078844 10.0.2.9 (Wed, 27 Oct 1999 19:47:24 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 27 Oct 1999 19:47:24 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21610 can.legal:31266 can.politics:368558 SilentKnight wrote: > Highly interesting, but as many of the follow-up replies suggest, > without tangible substantiation, it is difficult to determine the > factual authenticity of it all. > If I were you (and serious about establishing the validity of the > story), I'd try everything to track down (via your "friend") the > original source of the email. If true, this is a potentially > precedent-setting occurence that illustrates the power behind the > rights of the private individual. > If fictional - at least it was entertaining :) > Silent Knight Comment: First, It certainly would be comforting to see people on this discussion group have the courage to be proud enough, and confident enough to use their own names. I know Canada is 3/4 into being a communist state; however, cowering behind "fictional" names only adds fuel to the power brockers that their nefarious plans are succeeding. Second: Relative to the St.Albert incident. I personally know the four key persons involved in this fiasco. The judge was attempting to railroad Mr. Mains into his administrative court jurisdiction by unlawfully exhorting a plea from him, without Mr. Mains having received proper discovery material or having heard the charge against him - the summons was for failure to file. Last Friday was something like the third time this judge attempted to exhort the plea without due process. The Supreme Court forbid such a long time ago. Mr. Lindsay was speaking for Mr. Mains as an utter-barrister (a right under Common Law). Apparently, when the judge started blustering and saying "this is MY court", he was questioned about that by Mr. Lindsay. Upon continuing, his bluster, Mr. Wishewan felt it was his duty as a citizen to do a citizen's arrest of this judge for "constructive treason". (For reasons unknown to me, the charge was changed to Criminal Contempt of Court.) Since the formal court had not been established without the subject defendant giving jurisdiction by entering a plea, no grounds were available to the judge for declaring contempt of court against Mr. Lindsay or Mr. Wishewan. Income Tax charges are within contract adjudication. Therefore both parties to the contract must approve (acknowledge jurisdiction) before the judge gains jurisdiction and convenes a lawful court. The RCMP officer present refused to accept an order to arrest the judge, as is required. The RCMP officer threatened to stop Mr. Wishewan if he attempted to place a hand on the judge (required procedure when doing a citizen's arrest). Therefore, the RCMP officer obstructed justice and committed a breach of trust of a public officer, both criminal offenses. The judge bolted from the courtroom. When Mr. Mains, Mr. Lindsay, Mr. Wishewan and some forty supporters left the courthouse, several patrol cars had assembled outside with many police surrounding the group. Among these was a Mr. Warwick who supposedly had had his driver's license suspended because of unpaid traffic tickets. He had never been informed of this. Mr. Warwick was forced up on the median by a patrol car and hauled out of his car, whereupon, he locked the car and threw the keys to Mr. lindsay. When Mr. Lindsay refused to turn over the keys, he was charged with obstructing justice and ordered to not enter the courthouse again in St. Albert. (interesting logic here). One must remember that travel is a right. A driver's license only applies to a commercial owner/operator driver. Even though one may have a driver's license in one's pocket, it cannot be required of a natural person travelling under the inalienable right of liberty. Only a proficiency certificate can be required, and that allows no summary jurisdiction. Suppose a farmer, with a hunting license in his pocket, slaughters one of his calves; and, a game warden came along. The game warden arrests the farmer for not obeying the game regulations. Would that stand in court? I think not! Then, why are the RCMP getting away with citing, arresting or otherwise hastling private car owners with commercial driving regulations? Hey! Folks! You'd better strat waking up, if you want any kund of freedom for your grand-children. Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:04 EDT 1999 Article: 21621 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <004aa0e3.bdd0bfaa@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 154 Bytes: 6102 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <0a0133f8.081c6f6e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <1415c574.56db01ef@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <4WGN3.2845$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.095f7325@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3J3O3.3428$AX.191506@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <380A4C76.7208@direct.ca> <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <5fxO3.5452$AX.288411@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.3ece1d9e@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3USR3.438$Q5.35969@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> X-Wren-Trace: eFZzW1pDBE4FEUNMXhNUf0lcC1dWWBcOUFVUFQ0SFlgMA1gGDU4NCQ0B Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 01:48:57 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941100887 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 01:54:47 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 01:54:47 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21621 can.legal:31271 In article <3USR3.438$Q5.35969@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com>, jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote: > In can.legal Noah wrote: > > Caron was a citizen of Quebec, was he not? > He was a resident of Quebec. There is no such thing as Quebec > citizenship. Are you sure about that? Is it not citizens that benefit from a constitution? Surely you know that the Canada Act, 1982 is not the *only* constitution in the land? > > What was the essence of the > > reason for the P.C. to hear the Caron case? > It was an appeal from the highest level of court to His Majesty > the King. Such appeals were handled by the Judicial Committee of > the Privy Council which made a recommendation to the King. Okay, so then that means that there was some lower court which tried the case. Which one? And what was the finding of the lower court, out of curiosity? > > That being the crux of the > > matter, does this mean that every Canadian is subject to the > findings > > of a court of Federal jurisdiction which co-incides with Civil > code > > law? > It had nothing to do with civil procedure in Quebec, not civil > law in Quebec. > The matter was tried in the common law system of courts which were > established by the federal government. So what your saying is that the Privy Council was a court of common law? Am I reading you right here? > > I should hope not; for, most lawyers, by far, are *not* schooled > > in the *code* which applies *exclusively* to those citizens of > the > > Province of Quebec. > It applies to cases which are involve Quebec law. It has nothing > to > do with citizenship. > > To do otherwise, IMHO, would impart a paramountcy > > of prejudice against the choice of an individual to have a court > of > > competent jurisdiction *within the law of the province* of the > > individual accused. > You are running off on a real tangent here. Perhaps you could > explain how the Quebec civil code would have effected in any > way the trial of this case, or the appeal. Actually, since I am not versed in the Civil code, I couldn't hazard a guess. But something tells me that the old Napoleonic Law couldn't have been all that salient for the masses, in Canada; otherwise, why would on only 1/10th of the provinces accept it? No disrespect to you, counsellor, but Gawd, I wish we had a Montreal lawyer in the ng; for I am presuming that you are not well-versed in the "code" as well. Are you? > < In other words, had Caron been a citizen of any > > other province, I suggest that the findings would have been more > in > > line with section 52 of the Charter; > It didn't exist at that time. Although a very similar provision > was found in the Colonial Laws Validity Act, which applied to > Canada > at that time. > In any event, the decision was not in any way contrary to section > 52 of the Constitution Act, 1982. Do you care to post the Colonial Laws Validity Act section, so that we may compare it to the section 52? That would be most helpful. The decision was that the > federal > government had the power to levy an income tax. > > but, as Caron *was* a citizen of a > > province that adheres to a convention of law code, other than > common > > law, there should be no question as to the discriminatory aspect > of > > Caron v King, insofar as the Crown purports the case to apply to > all > > residents of Canada. > The decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada and the Privy Council > in the Caron case bind all lower courts. > Don't you think it would be farcical if we had a legal system which > would have the highest court declare that the federal government > had the power levy an income tax in Quebec, Alberta, and BC; and > not in the remaining provinces based on 10 different court > decisions. Agreed. But how do you explain why that very province *refuses* to sign a tax collection agreement with the Federal Goverment? Does not such refusal signify that these tax collection agreements are unconstitutional, for a *Union* means the whole; not 9/10ths of the whole. > > There is no question, at law, that Quebecers are resolute, I > believe, > > to the convention of Civil code law. On the other hand, citizens > of all > > other provinces are not. What prima facie evidence supports > that Caron > > was a *resident* of Canada? > Income tax was only levied against residents of Canada. > Caron was a resident of Quebec at the relavant time, so he was > a resident of Canada. > > None that I am aware of. Conversely, > > thought, Caron *was* a resident of Quebec. Are you suggesting > that a > > person who is classified as a resident of Quebec, is also a > resident of > > Canada? > Yes. I think you have it there. Quebec is part of Canada. Every > resident of Quebec is a resident of Canada. But how can one be a resident of both? That is impossible to comprehend. It's like shoes, you can only wear one pair at a time, no matter how big your feet are! ;-) > However, every resident of Canada is not necessarily a resident of > Quebec. Canada is somewhat larger than Quebec. > > Quebec is *not* Canada; neither is Canada; Quebec... yet. > > Therefore, how can Caron be a resident of *both*, since each is > a > > sovereign state, under the constitution? > They aren't soveriegn states. However, their legislatures are > soveriegn (within the powers which have been granted to them). I beg to differ. If Quebec is, as you suggest, *not* sovereign, then how do you explain the SCC ruling that she can secede? *Who's* vote makes the event possible; yours and mine? No. Just the Quebecers, >from what I understand of the ruling. Now, counsellor, if that is not sovereingn, then what is? Noah > -- > Best regards, > Stephen Jenuth > (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca) > Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:05 EDT 1999 Article: 21622 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <136f266c.bf2a2e7a@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 8 Bytes: 235 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eIypgYCZ3pTfy5mWhMmOpZOG0Y2Mgs3Uio+Oz9fIzILW2YLc15TX09fb Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 01:54:05 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941101010 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 01:56:50 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 01:56:50 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21622 can.legal:31272 can.politics:368607 Thanks Eldon. Now, everybody knows what really happened there, I presume. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:05 EDT 1999 Article: 21623 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!skynet.be!195.224.165.20.MISMATCH!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <2750ac20.20621de7@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 17 Bytes: 713 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.187 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <941084774.661707@neptune.uniserve.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eCIHLy43cDpxZzE9JnAuKj4ROigzK2M9K2AuLiZ2aTJ0ajN6eyxmeH9td397 Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:24:49 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941113655 10.0.2.42 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:27:35 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:27:35 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21623 can.legal:31274 can.politics:368619 "Erik" wrote: > You haven't proven anywhere in your post that you 'own' name is > Eldon Warman. Comment: How do you propose that I "prove" my name is Eldon Warman? Actually, "Eldon Warman" is a "strawman" name. I am not really sure that that the name I use is my real name; however, my mother and father, (I presume they are) call me by that name. I post my internet webpage by that name. Give me a clue as to how you think I should go about "proving" who I am - Mr. Erik NoName. Eldon-Gerald: Warman (Common Law name) http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:05 EDT 1999 Article: 21624 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <17599f0b.238413dd@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 17 Bytes: 587 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.187 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <136f266c.bf2a2e7a@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: ePXQ+Pngp+2msObq8af5/enG7f/k/LTq/Lf5+fGhvuWjveStrPuxr6i6oKis Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:36:50 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941114375 10.0.2.42 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:39:35 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:39:35 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21624 can.legal:31275 can.politics:368623 Noah wrote: > Thanks Eldon. Now, everybody knows what really happened there, I > presume. > Noah Thanks, Noah. However, if the participants on this discussion group are any example of current thinking - and thinking ability, I suspect that there isn't much hope for the salvaging of Canada and the uSA from the headlong and suicidal plunge into despotism. Eldon Warman Much more than detax at: http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:06 EDT 1999 Article: 21625 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!colt.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <2750ac20.2577bbcf@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 786 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.187 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.082242b1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7v53t5$2aui$1@hub.org> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> <000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eLidtbSt6qDr/aunvOq0sKSLoLKpsfmnsfq0tLzs86ju8Kng4bb84uX37eXh Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:44:19 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941115009 10.0.2.42 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:50:09 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 05:50:09 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21625 "David Smith" wrote: > Eldon Warman wrote in > message > news:000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com... > | Can anyone tell me why this McVay jerk is adding his vile two > cents worth to this discussion topic? > | > One might ask you the same question. > Later.... > David S. I offer (and, the ONLY ONE to author) a program, free or otherwise, to Canadians which absolutely frees them from the burden of the Income Tax SCAM. I think that is a worthy addition to a topic entitled: "Back to Canadian Income Taxes." Eldon Warman DetaxCanada http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:06 EDT 1999 Article: 21626 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!colt.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <00091c0e.02362843@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 30 Bytes: 1231 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.80 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> <000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <7v8jdb$1f20$3@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eKGErK2087ny5LK+pfOtqb2SuauwqOC+qOOtraX16rH36bD5+K/l+//u/fQ= Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:09:26 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941116332 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:12:12 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:12:12 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21626 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > Perhaps Mr. Warman would like to substantiate his charge that I > have "Zionist masters?" Comment: Matthew 12:33 ... for, the tree is known by his fruit. > (I add my two cents worth, Mr. Warman, because you are a rather > vile Judeophobe, and a few users here wanted help dealing with your > vomit.) Comment: Thanks for the modifier "rather". Guess that does not make me totally "vile" to the Zionist crowd. And "phobia" means fear. Don't suspect that applies to me, since I am openly posting here on this discussion group my opposition to the Zionist nefarious schemes. The word "vomit" is well chosen. I believe "vomit" usually results from having swollowed something putrid. Canadians have been fed a lot of "horse shit" from you people. > From "mad dog" to "rabid dog," eh, Mr. Warman? Hey, if you can't > handle the heat, get out of the kitchen. Comment: "Rabid" further clarifies the reason for the use of the word "Mad" - when used in reference to "dogs". Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote (according to Mimi) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:07 EDT 1999 Article: 21627 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!skynet.be!195.224.165.20.MISMATCH!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Idiotic Discussions: "Christian" Identity Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.3645d0ae@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> Lines: 26 Bytes: 1029 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.4 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <0a0133f8.1cfdfc3e@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> <1415c574.6e6d87b3@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7uq7tq$1p25$2@hub.org> <0a0133f8.14895db9@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <7v8j70$1f20$2@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eBcyGhsCRQ9EUgQIE0UbHwskDx0GHlYIHlUbGxNDXAdBXwZPThlTTUpYRw== Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:32:38 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.2 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941117723 10.0.2.2 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:35:23 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:35:23 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21627 Mr. McVey, Your sleazy questions don't answers make? Obviously, you are well trained in sleazy lawyer tactics; and well schooled in the falacies of philosophy. If that can be considered a credit, Mr. McVey, you will be highly honoured at one of the many Jew spectacles where they publicly heap grandiose praises upon each other - Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, etc. Matt. 23:27 "Alas for you, scribes and Pharisees, you hypocrites! You who are like whitewashed tombs that look handsome on the outside, but inside are full of dead men's bones and every kind of corruption. In the same way, you appear to people from the outside like good honest men, but inside, you are full of hypocracy and lawlessness." (Jerusalem Bible) Nothing has changed much in two thousand years! Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote (according to Mimi) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:07 EDT 1999 Article: 21630 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: No Conspiracy?? B.S.!! Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0221c012.0b7e6dea@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 28 Bytes: 1292 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.4 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <1c31fd54.cf9086cd@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <38180D0B.DE10F884@home.com-no-spamo> X-Wren-Trace: ePLX//7noOqht+Ht9qD++u7B6vjj+7Pt+7D+/vamueKkuuOqq/y2qK+9og== Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:44:47 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941118638 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:50:38 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 06:50:38 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21630 Herb Gorman wrote: >> Eldon Warman wrote: > > For those of you who have your blindfold on, or, if you are > Freemasons, are "hoodwinked", how about this information: > So someone took out a patent.... for this you got your knickers > knotted up? I've got a deal for you, Eldon... just trot on down > to your local kitchen shop, and buy the best stainless steel > collander you can lay your hands upon. Strap it to your head. > The Lizard People won't be able to see you, and that means they > can't give you a number, either... but don't take that sucker off, > buddy.... once you do that, you're just another digit - Lizard > droppings, so to speak, eh? About $15 should do it. Comment: Stepped on your sensitive Masonic toe, did I, Herb? Or, are you of the Jewish variety of "Gorman"? Seems as though David Icke also has your sensitive button "boresighted". You must have some "guilt" about your treasonous ways for you to have to resort to that kind of "claptrap" in this discussion group. Eldon Warman DetaxCanada - more than detax http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:07 EDT 1999 Article: 21646 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!news.maxwell.syr.edu!nntp.ntr.net!remarQ60!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: SCC's decision in Caron (was Re: Citizen PaysTaxman With Funny Money) Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.f7942c43@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 32 Bytes: 1383 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.46 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.b8be2620@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <7v5u09$f5o$1@news.auaracom.net> <000b8d9b.fc0192c1@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <3818A895.794B@ownlife.com> X-Wren-Trace: eBQxGRgBRgxHUQcLEEYYHAgnDB4FHVULHVYYGBBAXwRCXAVMTRpQTkpbREc= Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:33:20 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941143150 10.0.2.16 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:39:10 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:39:10 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21646 Paul McKeever wrote: Exerpt from Privy Council (Supreme Court) > taxes upon the salaries of provincial officials. We are > unable to distinguish the present appeal from our decision and > the reasons in the Abbott Case [[1908] 40 Can. S.C.R. 597] and > would therefore dismiss appeal. > Appeal dismissed. Paul, I believe the key to why the income tax was found applicable to Caron lies in the phrase "provincial official". Under the corporation sole and emminent domain of the Governor General and sub to the Lt. Governor, a "provincial official" is a "member" of a Roman Corporation. As such, he was a "fiction" and a "legal entity". The Income Tax combines ALL legal entities into the common name "taxpayer". All "taxpayers" are subject to the Income Tax. However, natural persons who are not under contract to be a legal entity, such as a government official, by assumed contract (having so indicated by their filing of a return of taxes), a military member, etc. is not subject to the Income Tax Act. If one were, that would be a direct violation of the person, liberty and property right. Blackstone was very clear on that issue. Eldon Warman DetaxCanada http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:08 EDT 1999 Article: 21648 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.fafa39bf@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 20 Bytes: 634 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.46 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.082242b1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7v53t5$2aui$1@hub.org> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> <000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <2750ac20.2577bbcf@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eCUAKCkwdz12YDY6IXcpLTkWPS80LGQ6LGcpKSFxbjVzbTR9fCthf3tqdXY= Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:46:22 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941143932 10.0.2.16 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:52:12 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:52:12 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21648 "David Smith" wrote: > But you have already confessed in this newsgroup that your program > does not work. And that a person using it will be convicted. > -- > Later.... > David S. Comment: HUHHHHH! That's sure news to me! I'm not a mechanic; however, the speedo is reading 120 klicks, and the motor is humming nicely. Seems OK to me, David; - and, not a flashing red and blue in sight... Eldon Warman Find out how to Detax (FREE!)at: http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:08 EDT 1999 Article: 21649 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!nntp.ntr.net!remarQ60!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <17599f0b.fd21be10@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> Lines: 17 Bytes: 645 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.46 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> <000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <7v8jdb$1f20$3@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eBYzGxoDRA5FUwUJEkQaHgolDhwHH1cJH1QaGhJCXQZAXgdOTxhSTEhZRkU= Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 13:54:37 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.16 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941144428 10.0.2.16 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 14:00:28 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 14:00:28 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21649 You're being very boring and repetitive, Mr. McVay! If you are too stupid to find your own answers, why don't you just settle for trading Beanie Babies or something - do something that better suits your childish mind. I think you've shown the real World (via the internet) what sort of Jerk(s) the Zionists are sending out as "smoke jumpers" to stomp out threats against their nefarious plans for World subjegation, genocide and slavery. Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:09 EDT 1999 Article: 21658 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!netnews.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: SCC's decision in Caron (was Re: Citizen PaysTaxman With Funny Money) Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.bbe41880@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 29 Bytes: 1421 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.b8be2620@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <7v5u09$f5o$1@news.auaracom.net> <000b8d9b.fc0192c1@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <3818A895.794B@ownlife.com> <11f733ec.f7942c43@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eAciCgsSVR9UQBIdD0IFLhgNWgYHCUZfAQQFRFxDRwldUglXXB9cWFxQ Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 17:56:37 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941158762 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 17:59:22 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 17:59:22 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21658 Thx for posting the SCC decision, Paul. Now, Eldon seems to think this "provincial official" has some bearing on *how* the court ruled. From what I remember, Abbott was against the city of St. John, yes? What was the essence of *that* argument? Perhaps, we can determine from the Abbott case, whether Eldon may be on to something here, or not. I have maintain, for quite some time, that the state-created *entity* is required to pay a tax on income. No question that a "provincial officer" is a state-created entity. The question is, however, *who* lost the appeal: the flesh 'n' blood Caron, or the CARON fiction, eh? ;-)) Here's a hypothetical: if Caron had not been an "official", under what *colour* of law, would the court have ruled? What I mean is that if Caron had been just an ordinary bloke, what might have, hypothetically, happened? The court would not have been able to include "provincial officer"; that's a given. I'm curious to know, hypothetically, if the court would have ruled that Caron, because the state did not have any claim against his natural Man self, would be required to pay a tax to the Federal Government, on his income. BTW, what was the very next case that the court referred to the Caron finding? Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Thu Oct 28 21:46:09 EDT 1999 Article: 21659 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!newsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <000b8d9b.bfa32e90@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 23 Bytes: 1236 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <4WGN3.2845$AX.139552@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.095f7325@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <3J3O3.3428$AX.191506@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <380A4C76.7208@direct.ca> <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <5fxO3.5452$AX.288411@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.3ece1d9e@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3USR3.438$Q5.35969@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <004aa0e3.bdd0bfaa@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38187f0f.7941968@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> X-Wren-Trace: eGJHb253MHoxJXd4aidgS31oP2NibCM6ZGFgITkmImw4N2wyOXo5PTk1 Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 18:10:53 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941159619 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 18:13:39 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 18:13:39 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21659 can.legal:31291 Sheesh Fred, makes a hell of lot of sense, when you put it that way! I had thought that Mr. Jenuth's posting was a little odd, but as I am not a lawyer, I could not rebut. Thx. The very fact that you are still a U.S. citizen and able to reside where you like, must be evidence that an inhabitant of a province is *not* necessarily a citizen of that province or even of the country wherein the province is domained. Now, Mr. Jenuths, I repeat, was Caron *not* a citizen of Quebec? If so, then Caron was under an entirely different *code* of law than the rest of Canada. You said that the Privy Council ruling applied to *everyone* in Canada. Then, are you not saying that 9/10s of the country's total citizens can be held accountable upon a ruling brought down by a court that, obviously, had to take into account the civil code, in order to be fair to Caron, no? Or did Caron, because he was a "provincial officer" lose his right to be tried by a court of competency? In other words, did the Privy Council pay no attention to the civil code in the case? Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 29 15:20:56 EDT 1999 Article: 21668 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!ratbert.tds.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 159 Bytes: 8402 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.13 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eOzJ4eD5vvS/qf/z6L7g5PDf9Ob95a3z5a7g4Oi4p/y6pP20teKotrGjubo= Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 20:12:11 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941167084 10.0.2.11 (Thu, 28 Oct 1999 20:18:04 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Thu, 28 Oct 1999 20:18:04 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21668 can.legal:31298 can.politics:368818 Randy Wittchen wrote: > Unlike a peace officer a person may only arrest another whom he > finds committing an indictable offence, i.e. an offence set out in the > Criminal Code or another federal statute under Parliament's > criminal law power which may be proceeded with by way of indictment. > If there is not an indictable offence then you have no right to > effect an arrest. > This is confirmed in s. 9 of the Criminal Code which provides there > cannot be a conviction for offences except for Canadian statutory > offenses (i.e. no common law crimes, offences under an Act of the > UK Parliament or an offence in colony, province or territory prior > to becoming part of Canada). Comment: You are obviously unaware that the Federal Government of Canada is/and has been an impostor since 1931. Therefore, any statutes made after that date are "ultra vires". All judges in Canada are impostors. Statutes cannot take away common law rights. The people have a sovereign right to the protections, or as scetion 63 of the Magna Carta says: "the liberties, rights and concessions" are FOREVER. Sure, some group may eventually have to use the force of arms to recover these unlawfully taken and usurped rights; however, they are ours for the taking under natural right. Use all the invective you like, you cannot change that fact. > The exception to this is that this restriction does not effect > the "power, jurisdiction or authority that a COURT, JUDGE, JUSTICE > OR PROVINCIAL COURT JUDGE had, immediately before April 1, 1955, to > impose punishment for contempt of court." Individuals do not > possess the jurisdiction over contempt of court, that resides in > a court. ANSWER: A judge does not a court make in common law. You are thinking Roman or colonial court. In common law, there has to be several factors satisfied to constitute a court. Among these is jurisdiction. Since an income tax issue is always a contract litigation issue, a contract arbitrator MUST have evidence that both parties are party to the contract. Mr. Mains has lawfully voided a fraudulent contract by constructive notice and has benefitted from tacit concent and default. Therefore, he was not proven to be party to the contract in question. The evidence these impostor judges are using is by having the summonsed party enter the bar and enter a plea. This is making use of presumption to establish jurisdiction. Forcing a sovereign into a subservient and outlawed position under a system of laws foreign to the sovereign by a public servant constitutes treason. Constructive treason is treason which meets the criteria of treason but which isn't codified. Servant's statutes cannot nullify the sovereign's rights. "Actus legis nemini facit injuriam" (An act of the law wrongs no man.) Translation: An act of the law is to be so limited in its operation that no right shall be prejudiced. > I am unaware of any criminal offense styled as "constructive > treason" or criminal contempt of court. There are certain acts > (disobeying an order of the court, failure to attend court, > refusal to testify at a preliminary hearing, failing to attend > as a witness, etc.) but these are all punishable under the > Crimial Code by the courts and not in any way applicable to the > facts that you have set out. > >Since the formal court had not been established without the > >subject defendant giving jurisdiction by entering a plea, > >no grounds were available to the judge for declaring contempt > >of court against Mr. Lindsay or Mr. Wishewan. Income Tax > >charges are within contract adjudication. Therefore both > >parties to the contract must approve (acknowledge jurisdiction) > >before the judge gains jurisdiction and convenes a lawful court. > No. Once a court is in session (by the arrival of the judge) it is > within the control of the presiding judge and it is his court. Comment: Apparently this judge didn't know what you supposedly know. > If you disagree with a judge's ruling then you appeal the ruling > you do not threaten a judge with a "citizen's arrest". Comment: he didn't make a ruling. He attempted to do something that the Supreme Court said was unlawful. No one is imune from a violation of law. Appeal only questions the facts presented and the procedures for a properly jurisdictioned court. This one hadn't established jurisdiction. A writ of error or prohibition stands for oughtright unlawful activity in a court that has established jurisdiction; however, this court had not been established. Only admiralty court can impose jurisdiction. > It would have been open to the judge if he wished to have cited > these bozos for contempt in the face of the court but the contempt > power is seldom invoked. Comment: Again, apparently this judge was not as well schooled as you supposedly are. > Many offences in the Income Tax Act (and many other federal statutes) > are enacted under the criminal law power of Parliament and prosecuted > in the criminal courts. Comment: That is part of the despotism of a usurper and impostor government. If this is new to you, as it obviously is, I suggest you do some homework. If you can find anywhere where the Canadian People have authorized a British Board of Trade organization the distinguished position of becoming Canada's Federal Government, I would surely like to read it and see it. The British Government certainly didn't recognize any legitimate Federal Government in 1931 when they gave the same sovereign authority to the Provinces as they gave to the other dominion governments. > > >The RCMP officer present refused to accept an order to arrest > >the judge, as is required. The RCMP officer threatened to stop Mr. > >Wishewan if he attempted to place a hand on the judge (required > >procedure when doing a citizen's arrest). Therefore, the RCMP > >officer obstructed justice and committed a breach of trust of a > >public officer, both criminal offenses. The judge bolted from > >the courtroom. > You need to read the Criminal Code before displaying such a lack of > knowledge in these matters. The RCMP officer acted appropriately. > If he had put his hand on the judge he would have been arrested and > quite properly for assault in these circumstances. The RCMP officer > is not required to take directions from anyone, including misguided > fools, in effecting an arrest without a warrant - it is a decision > the RCMP officer makes. There are no grounds for any charge of > obstructing justice or breach of trust against the officer apparent > from even the most favourable reading of the facts as you have > presented them. Comment: I suggest you are still hung up on colonial law -pre 1931. A colonial officer is endowed with the same privilege as a ship's officer or military officer; however, since 1931, this is a common law country. Police are now public servants, not officers. A natural freeman is a sovereign, and as such can order a public servant to act in the capacity to which he has been assigned. It is called "mandamus". Also, the RCMP officer (mis-named) also is required by law to arrest a law breaker when he sees a law being broken. Not only did he not obey his mandate; but, he disobeyed an order by a superior -the people you call "misguided fools". I would suggest that THEY are not the misguided fools. > > One must remember that travel is a right. A driver's license only > > applies to a commercial owner/operator driver. Even though one > > may have a driver's license in one's pocket, it cannot be required > > of a natural person travelling under the inalienable right of > > liberty. Only a proficiency certificate can be required, and that > > allows no summary jurisdiction. > You must have missed your medications. You need some help with > these florid delusions. > Randy Wittchen Comment: How can Canadians, who demonstrate SO MUCH ignorance, as you do MR. Wittchen, have the nerve to get on a public forum and spout such invective upon ONE WHO KNOWS? Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org/drivers.htm Read it, Mr. Wittchen, you might learn something. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Fri Oct 29 15:20:56 EDT 1999 Article: 21682 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!newsfeed1.swip.net!swipnet!news.idt.net!news.stealth.net!vixen.cso.uiuc.edu!howland.erols.net!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> Lines: 19 Bytes: 652 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.115 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here Followup-To: soc.religion.jewish References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> <380753aa.6355824@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <00091c0e.472b9ae0@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> <380C98FC.52DD14E7@home.com> <1415c574.fd4d8962@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> <380CEFF6.6DDFB646@home.com> <7ujr1q$k5c$1@bgtnsc01.worldnet.att.net> <00372b38.d55da1ac@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <380DF573.3B086125@home.com> <1c31fd54.b0433657@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.b4f9c6ff@usw-ex0106-043.remarq.com> <0a0133f8.6b94d7c9@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <38132CA8.35BF56B0@davidsherman.ca> <0a0133f8.1b9331d8@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <38136C27.7E75AD6D@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eCUAKCkwdz12YDY6IXcpLTkWPS80LGQ6LGcpKSFxbjVzbTR9fCthf3hqcHF+ Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:17:22 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.4 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940800334 10.0.2.4 (Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:25:34 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 14:25:34 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21682 alt.politics.clinton:740903 can.politics:368913 misc.taxes:90968 Can't resist the diversionary tactic of invective, bluster and name calling can you David? Strange how that comes blaring out when confronted with irrefutable evidence that you have been lying through both ends of your body - and, of your Traitorous acts in keeping Canadian subject to the Communistic income tax. Third plank of the Jew, Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto: 2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant AKA: Wile E. Coyote * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Fri Oct 29 15:20:56 EDT 1999 Article: 21686 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!skynet.be!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes,can.politics Message-ID: <000b8d9b.bc0e5584@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 219 Bytes: 9639 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eJWwmJmAx43G0oCPndCXvIqfyJSVm9TNk5aX1s7R1ZvPwJvFzo3Oys7C Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:12:14 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941217303 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:15:03 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:15:03 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31309 can.taxes:21686 can.politics:368987 In article <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com>, Eldon Warman wrote: > Randy Wittchen wrote: > > Unlike a peace officer a person may only arrest another whom he > > finds committing an indictable offence, i.e. an offence set out > in the > > Criminal Code or another federal statute under Parliament's > > criminal law power which may be proceeded with by way of > indictment. > > If there is not an indictable offence then you have no right to > > effect an arrest. > > This is confirmed in s. 9 of the Criminal Code which provides > there > > cannot be a conviction for offences except for Canadian statutory > > offenses (i.e. no common law crimes, offences under an Act of the > > UK Parliament or an offence in colony, province or territory > prior > > to becoming part of Canada). > Comment: You are obviously unaware that the Federal Government of > Canada is/and has been an impostor since 1931. Therefore, any > statutes > made after that date are "ultra vires". All judges in Canada are > impostors. Statutes cannot take away common law rights. The people > have > a sovereign right to the protections, or as scetion 63 of the Magna > Carta says: "the liberties, rights and concessions" are FOREVER. > Sure, some group may eventually have to use the force of arms to > recover these unlawfully taken and usurped rights; however, they > are > ours for the taking under natural right. Use all the invective you > like, you cannot change that fact. > > The exception to this is that this restriction does not effect > > the "power, jurisdiction or authority that a COURT, JUDGE, > JUSTICE > > OR PROVINCIAL COURT JUDGE had, immediately before April 1, 1955, > to > > impose punishment for contempt of court." Individuals do not > > possess the jurisdiction over contempt of court, that resides in > > a court. > ANSWER: A judge does not a court make in common law. You are > thinking > Roman or colonial court. In common law, there has to be several > factors > satisfied to constitute a court. Among these is jurisdiction. > Since an > income tax issue is always a contract litigation issue, a contract > arbitrator MUST have evidence that both parties are party to the > contract. Mr. Mains has lawfully voided a fraudulent contract by > constructive notice and has benefitted from tacit concent and > default. Huhhh? "...lawfully voided a fraudulent contract by constructive notice...? What's this constructive notice thing? How and *why* does it work? Why does the notice have to be recognized by the other party? Couldn't they simply ignore it and look upon it as *frivolous*? Noah > Therefore, he was not proven to be party to the contract in > question. > The evidence these impostor judges are using is by having the > summonsed > party enter the bar and enter a plea. This is making use of > presumption > to establish jurisdiction. Forcing a sovereign into a subservient > and > outlawed position under a system of laws foreign to the sovereign > by a > public servant constitutes treason. Sorry Eldon, but you seem to be getting *very* deep here. What do you mean by that statement? Further, how does the sovereign, as you say, provide prima facie evidence that the system oflaw is foreign to him/her? Very intriguing convention, I must say. Noah Constructive treason is treason > which meets the criteria of treason but which isn't codified. > Servant's > statutes cannot nullify the sovereign's rights. > "Actus legis nemini facit injuriam" > (An act of the law wrongs no man.) > Translation: An act of the law is to be so limited in its operation > that no right shall be prejudiced. > > I am unaware of any criminal offense styled as "constructive > > treason" or criminal contempt of court. There are certain acts > > (disobeying an order of the court, failure to attend court, > > refusal to testify at a preliminary hearing, failing to attend > > as a witness, etc.) but these are all punishable under the > > Crimial Code by the courts and not in any way applicable to the > > facts that you have set out. > > >Since the formal court had not been established without the > > >subject defendant giving jurisdiction by entering a plea, > > >no grounds were available to the judge for declaring contempt > > >of court against Mr. Lindsay or Mr. Wishewan. Income Tax > > >charges are within contract adjudication. Therefore both > > >parties to the contract must approve (acknowledge jurisdiction) > > >before the judge gains jurisdiction and convenes a lawful court. > > No. Once a court is in session (by the arrival of the judge) it > is > > within the control of the presiding judge and it is his court. > Comment: Apparently this judge didn't know what you supposedly > know. > > If you disagree with a judge's ruling then you appeal the ruling > > you do not threaten a judge with a "citizen's arrest". > Comment: he didn't make a ruling. He attempted to do something > that the > Supreme Court said was unlawful. No one is imune from a violation > of > law. Appeal only questions the facts presented and the procedures > for a > properly jurisdictioned court. This one hadn't established > jurisdiction. > A writ of error or prohibition stands for oughtright unlawful > activity > in a court that has established jurisdiction; however, this court > had > not been established. Only admiralty court can impose jurisdiction. > > It would have been open to the judge if he wished to have cited > > these bozos for contempt in the face of the court but the > contempt > > power is seldom invoked. > Comment: Again, apparently this judge was not as well schooled as > you > supposedly are. > > Many offences in the Income Tax Act (and many other federal > statutes) > > are enacted under the criminal law power of Parliament and > prosecuted > > in the criminal courts. > Comment: That is part of the despotism of a usurper and impostor > government. If this is new to you, as it obviously is, I suggest > you do > some homework. If you can find anywhere where the Canadian People > have > authorized a British Board of Trade organization the distinguished > position of becoming Canada's Federal Government, I would surely > like > to read it and see it. The British Government certainly didn't > recognize any legitimate Federal Government in 1931 when they gave > the > same sovereign authority to the Provinces as they gave to the other > dominion governments. > > > > >The RCMP officer present refused to accept an order to arrest > > >the judge, as is required. The RCMP officer threatened to stop > Mr. > > >Wishewan if he attempted to place a hand on the judge (required > > >procedure when doing a citizen's arrest). Therefore, the RCMP > > >officer obstructed justice and committed a breach of trust of a > > >public officer, both criminal offenses. The judge bolted from > > >the courtroom. > > You need to read the Criminal Code before displaying such a lack > of > > knowledge in these matters. The RCMP officer acted > appropriately. > > If he had put his hand on the judge he would have been arrested > and > > quite properly for assault in these circumstances. The RCMP > officer > > is not required to take directions from anyone, including > misguided > > fools, in effecting an arrest without a warrant - it is a > decision > > the RCMP officer makes. There are no grounds for any charge of > > obstructing justice or breach of trust against the officer > apparent > > from even the most favourable reading of the facts as you have > > presented them. > Comment: I suggest you are still hung up on colonial law -pre > 1931. A > colonial officer is endowed with the same privilege as a ship's > officer > or military officer; however, since 1931, this is a common law > country. > Police are now public servants, not officers. A natural freeman is > a > sovereign, and as such can order a public servant to act in the > capacity to which he has been assigned. It is called "mandamus". > Also, > the RCMP officer (mis-named) also is required by law to arrest a > law > breaker when he sees a law being broken. Not only did he not obey > his > mandate; but, he disobeyed an order by a superior -the people you > call > "misguided fools". I would suggest that THEY are not the misguided > fools. > > > One must remember that travel is a right. A driver's license > only > > > applies to a commercial owner/operator driver. Even though one > > > may have a driver's license in one's pocket, it cannot be > required > > > of a natural person travelling under the inalienable right of > > > liberty. Only a proficiency certificate can be required, and > that > > > allows no summary jurisdiction. > > You must have missed your medications. You need some help with > > these florid delusions. > > Randy Wittchen > Comment: How can Canadians, who demonstrate SO MUCH ignorance, as > you > do MR. Wittchen, have the nerve to get on a public forum and spout > such > invective upon ONE WHO KNOWS? > Eldon Warman > http://www.detaxcanada.org/drivers.htm > Read it, Mr. Wittchen, you might learn something. > * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion > Network * > The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - > Free! * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Fri Oct 29 15:20:57 EDT 1999 Article: 21688 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!nntp.ntr.net!remarQ60!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes Message-ID: <0221c012.beb02654@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 62 Bytes: 2538 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <380A4C76.7208@direct.ca> <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <5fxO3.5452$AX.288411@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.3ece1d9e@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3USR3.438$Q5.35969@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <004aa0e3.bdd0bfaa@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38187f0f.7941968@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.bfa32e90@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: ePHU/P3ko+mituTr+bTz2O77rPDx/7Cp9/Lzsqq1sf+rpP+hqumqrqqm Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:22:16 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941217904 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:25:04 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:25:04 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31311 can.taxes:21688 In article , jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote: > In can.legal Noah wrote: > > Now, Mr. Jenuths, I repeat, was Caron *not* a citizen of Quebec? > And I repeat, there is no such thing. Certainly Caron was resident > in Quebec, but that is pretty immaterial. > Since the matter had to do with the interpretation of the BNA Act, > it was decided on common law principles. > Provincial law (and for that matter federal law) does not effect > the manner in which the constitution is interpretted. > The constitution is supreme, and other laws (like Quebec civil > code) > are allowed only because of the constitution. > > If > > so, then Caron was under an entirely different *code* of law > than the > > rest of Canada. > In the same way, you are under a different code of law than I. I > am > in Alberta, you are in Ontario. Earlier this week when I was in > Toronto, > I was under a different code of law than I am now. > They all have similarities and differences. > > You said that the Privy Council ruling applied to > > *everyone* in Canada. > Yup. That is the decision of the highest court. It binds > everyone. > > Then, are you not saying that 9/10s of the > > country's total citizens can be held accountable upon a ruling > brought > > down by a court that, obviously, had to take into account the > civil > > code, in order to be fair to Caron, no? > Why? > It had nothing to do with the civil code. It was simply to do with > the interpretation of the constitution. > > Or did Caron, because he was a > > "provincial officer" lose his right to be tried by a court of > > competency? > What is a court of competency? In my unlearned view, it means a court that is competent to preside. In other words, the FCTD could not be considered competent to rule on a constitutional matter. Conversely, the provincial courts could not be considered competent to rule on an income tax matter; withstanding the criminal element being entwined in the matter. Noah > > In other words, did the Privy Council pay no attention to > > the civil code in the case? > Yes, they paid no attention to the civil code, nor the writings > of Darwin. > -- > Best regards, > Stephen Jenuth > (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca) > Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Fri Oct 29 15:20:57 EDT 1999 Article: 21690 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <09920fb9.c29208e9@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 85 Bytes: 3498 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.c808c45c@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eGxJYWB5PnQ/K3l2ZCluRXNmMW1sYi00am9uLzcoLGI2OWI8N3Q3Mzc7 Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:37:03 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941218791 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:39:51 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:39:51 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21690 In article <11f733ec.c808c45c@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com>, Eldon Warman wrote: > (Doug Bissett) wrote: > > As much as I hate to get involved with this rant, I must point > out > > that the government of Canada, is NOT an imposter. > Comment: I beg to differ. I have positive proof that I can send > you Oh good! Can you send by email? If so, then send to garmec@my-deja.com thank you. Noah > showing that the Parliament of Canada never had the authority to > usurp > power as the Government of Canada. From 1967 to 1931, the > parliament > of Canada was an organization under the British Board of Trade and > under the direct control of the emminent domain in Canada, the > corporation sole known as the Governor General. Parliament was > never > incorporated as an entity apart and separate from the fiction > called > the Governor General. It still is not a person. That is why all > lawsuits from the Government originate in the Queen - who herself > is an > IMPOSTOR monarch in Canada. Section #2(1) of the Statute of > Westminster > relieved the Monarch of Great Britain of ALL sovereign authority > over > Canada. > > They are in power, because the citizen's of Canada chose to elect > > them to run the country for them. > Comment: WRONG! NO CANADIAN CITIZEN has voted for Parliament, or a > Provincial Legislature since 1931. Remember, (of course you > wouldn't) > voting registration came into being in 1932. Voter registration is > in > fact "joining the club". Just as do people who wish to vote for the > national officers of the Kiwinis Club have to be members, so do > people > who wish to vote for the club (remember, it is not a lawful > incorporated body politic) called Parliament. > > Unfortunately, the MAJORITY of citizen's of Canada seem > > to have no idea about what kind of havoc the government is > creating, > > and they continue to elect idiots who seem to think that huge > debts, > > and unfunded liabilities, are not a problem, and that "they" > > can "fix" all of the countries woes by spending more money. > Comment: The People of Wetaskiwin vs Milton Littlechild MP in > 1991 was > positive proof that the People have absolutely no say as to what > MP's > do after they are elected. As a fictional fiction, they are > untouchable > by those who elect them. You elect a crew to man a ship. Once the > ship > sets sail, the voters have absolutely no more control over those > crewmembers until the crew gets back on land. (next election). > > As the old chinese proverb says: "Be careful about what you ask > > for, you might just get it". The people of Canada asked for, and > got, > > the government that they elected. The electorate, also seems to > think > > that the government is doing the right thing, and they keep on > > electing the same one. > Comment: The Club of Parliament's owners (Privy Council - all > connected > to the Rothchild Empire) select all candidates that matter. So, the > choises are between Eeny, Meany, Miney or Moe. Same bullshit, > different pile! > Eldon Warman > Detax Author and Consultant > * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion > Network * > The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - > Free! * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sat Oct 30 16:44:02 EDT 1999 Article: 21697 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.264f8060@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 42 Bytes: 1544 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <5fxO3.5452$AX.288411@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.3ece1d9e@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3USR3.438$Q5.35969@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <004aa0e3.bdd0bfaa@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38187f0f.7941968@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.bfa32e90@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <0221c012.beb02654@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eM3owMHYn9WeitjXxYjP5NLHkMzNw4yVy87PjpaJjcOXmMOdltWWkpaa Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 16:56:55 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941241769 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:02:49 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:02:49 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31321 can.taxes:21697 In article , jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote: > In can.legal Noah wrote: > >> What is a court of competency? > > In my unlearned view, it means a court that is competent to > preside. In > > other words, the FCTD could not be considered competent to rule > on a > > constitutional matter. > And why would that be? > Clearly the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of Canada disagree. Huh???? Okay, so which disagreed: the SCC with a FC ruling, or the FC with a SCC ruling? > Do you have any reason to suggest otherwise? > > Conversely, the provincial courts could not be > > considered competent to rule on an income tax matter; > withstanding the > > criminal element being entwined in the matter. > Only because until recently they did not have the jurisdiction to > entertain suits against the federal crown (this was part of the > federal courts jurisdiction). And, how did the jurisdiction become loosed from the FC? For what reasons? > Of course, when hearing a criminal matter, they could certainly > consider whether the legislation is unconstitutional. > Usually it would be done by challenging the information at an > early stage (ie. before plea). > -- > Best regards, > Stephen Jenuth > (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca) > Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sat Oct 30 16:44:02 EDT 1999 Article: 21698 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.politics,can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <0a0133f8.35c5a60b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 35 Bytes: 1728 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381A0282.AD1@direct.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eKiNpaS9+rD7772yoO2qgbei9amopunwrquq6/Ps6Kby/ab487Dz9/P/ Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:55:48 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941245117 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:58:37 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:58:37 PDT Xref: hub.org can.politics:369092 can.taxes:21698 can.legal:31323 Wonderful! Now we have a professed *expert* on constitutional law, within our group. This is fantastic, for now we'll be able to focus-in on the real essence of many of the consternations brought-forth in this forum. Now, sir, I am led to believe that you are also a historian on the very subject. Assuming this be true, then perhaps you can elaborate on how a "finance bill", which did not meet Parliamentary procedures of the day, end up being viewed, *lawfully*, by the justices of the courts, as the constitution of Canada? I recently read a very intriguing treatise, wherein the author contends that the BNA Act was nothing more than a *blue print* for the Governor-General to rule the colonies known as New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Upper Canada, and Lower Canada, on behalf of HMG. I'm curious to know how a constitutional law expert might rebut such an outlandish convention. One of the other startling things I discovered, reading this work, was there is published evidence supporting the fact that the Governor-General's office was created in a fraudulent way. Why? Because the William Lyon McKenzie King had no lawful authority to sign the Letters Patent on behalf of HMK. So, unless you have incontrovertible evidence to the contrary, the Governor-General's office was created at the whim of Canada's CEO at the time, nothing more, IMHO. With all due respect, sir, did you learn the antithesis to *that* wild 'n' crazy notion, in your studies? If so, I am sure that more than I would be utterly fascinated with the report. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sat Oct 30 16:44:03 EDT 1999 Article: 21700 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: SCC's decision in Caron (was Re: Citizen PaysTaxman With Funny Money) Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <000b8d9b.41065ceb@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 44 Bytes: 2481 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.b8be2620@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <7v5u09$f5o$1@news.auaracom.net> <000b8d9b.fc0192c1@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <3818A895.794B@ownlife.com> <11f733ec.f7942c43@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <381a0787.11887052@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <3819B6A2.3466@ownlife.com> X-Wren-Trace: eL6bs7Kr7Kbt+auktvu8l6G047++sP/muL28/eX6/rDk67Du5abl4eXp Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 18:38:40 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941247874 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 18:44:34 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 18:44:34 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21700 can.legal:31324 Yippee Ki yay! We now have a "learned" man who is beginning to see through different glasses. This is so re-freshing, it almost takes my breath away ;-) Paul, I have a question: this Caron thing really bothers me. Jenuths and I have been going head-to-head on Caron for sometime. I'm of the view that the SCC erred in its decision, in Caron, by simply giving a vice-versa ruling. I also contend that because the court used the expressive: "provincial officer" in its ruling, that the ruling could only apply to provincial officers. But Jenuths is trying, admirally I might add, to show me the errors of my contention. I am not a lawyer, but I do know the basic principles of law. My understanding of those principles leads me to remain steadfast in my beliefs that the Caron case being used as a crutch by the feds, in income tax matters, is purely political, and *not* what one might deem to be "purity-in-justice". No system of justice, could lawfully deem itself so, when the court hold bias toward the defendant. Bias is produced, IMHO, the moment the defendant states s/he is not such a person as ruled by the court and the court says, "Sorry, even though you are not a provincial officer, or a person as the ruling was intended to be applied to, the ruling still applies to you." Seems a bit draconian, IMHO. This is why I asked, in an earlier post, what was the very next time the Caron ruling was referred to, in *any* court? I'm curious to learn how the sitting justices managed to work their respective ways through the mine-field, when the defense argued, "My Lords, my client is not a provincial officer. Therefore, we need to establish, once and for all, that this particular ruling applies to all residents of the Dominion, and not just to those that are officers of our governments." That is the case, I'm interested in reviewing. Do you know the case? If someone would be good enough to post it, then we could all debate the essence and see what a more-modern court might rule. The challenge we have with Caron is that the Privy Council, as I have stated before, ceased to exist in 1949. Nothwithstanding that the SCC became the supreme court of the land, I believe the court is reluctant to re-visit the case; if, indeed, it has the authority to do so. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From sir.danielNOsiSPAM@home.com.invalid Sat Oct 30 16:44:03 EDT 1999 Article: 21713 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!ratbert.tds.net!news-out.cwix.com!newsfeed.cwix.com!newsfeed.berkeley.edu!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Chev. Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.politics,can.taxes Message-ID: <17599f0b.c0b98b8b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 384 Bytes: 17196 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381A0282.AD1@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.35c5a60b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381A698F.1557@direct.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eC4LIyI7fDZ9fTM0ZWouKTU4MgsjJWM9ZSEuIGdoZzdvfT1hcTtjbnN4fA== Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 02:45:01 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941277057 10.0.2.11 (Sat, 30 Oct 1999 02:50:57 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 02:50:57 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31340 can.politics:369212 can.taxes:21713 In article <381A698F.1557@direct.ca>, Randy Wittchen wrote: > Hi Noah > Noah wrote: > > > > Wonderful! Now we have a professed *expert* on constitutional > law, > > within our group. This is fantastic, for now we'll be able to > focus-in > > on the real essence of many of the consternations brought-forth > in this > > forum. Now, sir, I am led to believe that you are also a > historian on > > the very subject. Assuming this be true, then perhaps you can > elaborate > > on how a "finance bill", which did not meet Parliamentary > procedures of > > the day, end up being viewed, *lawfully*, by the justices of the > > courts, as the constitution of Canada? > > > > I recently read a very intriguing treatise, wherein the author > contends > > that the BNA Act was nothing more than a *blue print* for the > > Governor-General to rule the colonies known as New Brunswick, > Nova > > Scotia, Upper Canada, and Lower Canada, on behalf of HMG. I'm > curious > > to know how a constitutional law expert might rebut such an > outlandish > > convention. > > > > One of the other startling things I discovered, reading this > work, was > > there is published evidence supporting the fact that the > > Governor-General's office was created in a fraudulent way. Why? > Because > > the William Lyon McKenzie King had no lawful authority to sign > the > > Letters Patent on behalf of HMK. So, unless you have > incontrovertible > > evidence to the contrary, the Governor-General's office was > created at > > the whim of Canada's CEO at the time, nothing more, IMHO. With > all due > > respect, sir, did you learn the antithesis to *that* wild 'n' > crazy > > notion, in your studies? If so, I am sure that more than I > would be > > utterly fascinated with the report. > > > > Noah > Hi > You, like many people, do not seem to realize that our > constitution does > not simply consist The proper word, IMHO, is exist, not consist. Canada has no constitution. As a lawyer you should know that, for even the court identifies the so-called constitution, as a *statute* of the Imperial Parliament. Many countries have statutes, but yet the people have a constitution. Recently I had the pleasure of reviewing a constitution for a peoples. It was a wonderful read. The surprising part is that these "peoples" only number 9200! By the way, just so the ng knows, these peoples were not a country, but a province of a former British dependent. Seems Her Majesty thought fit the people of this tiny island to have a true constitution, but was not so easily "amused" by the antics of the PM who was hell-bent-for-election to bring Canada's home. I have spoken with one of their Government Ministers on other matters. When asked why the people of the *province* of their country were fortunate to have such a good constitution, his reply to me was that they bloody well fought for it. Fight for rights? Canadians? Naw! As the Red Rose Tea commercial became famous for the quote: "Only in Canader you say? Pity." of the BNA Act, 1867 and amendments (now the > Constituion Act, 1867 and of various dates) which are Imperial > statutes > but includes a number of other Imperial statutes and imperial > orders in > council as well as various Canadian statutes, precedential case law > interpreting the statutes and conventions. A good part of our > constitution is unwritten which is in keeping with the preamble to > the > BNA Act, 1867 which adopts ... "a Constitution similar in > Principle to > that of the United Kingdom." Yes that is so. However, according to Article XX (I believe it is XX) of the United Nations Charter, Canada had no rhyme or reason, nay, lawful right, to maintain such a "keeping with the preamble", for such *keeping* was in contravention of the convention of sovereignty, so said the Charter. That is why, sir, the *new* Article was incorporated within the UN Charter in 1988; to remedy the offending by Canada and the mother country, against the people of Canada with every single statute which was passed by the Parliament requiring the Royal Assent. Now, I know that you have accused Noah of posting trash, but I am not Noah. So, counsellor, shall we have a go? I so much enjoy a good joust. > There are no rules for appointing a Governor General (it was > assumed > that it would be done by the monarch acting on the advice of the > British > Colonial Secretary correct. and this has eveolved in practise to the monrch > acting on the advice of the canadian Prime Minister) under what colour of right of law is such a practise evolved, sir? , there is no > mention of responsible (i.e. Cabinet) government so no mention of a > Prime Minister correct. In fact, the very first time the words "Prime Minister" appear, in the so-called constitution, is in the 1982 version. or Cabinet or that a government's power depended > upon its > support by the majority in the House of Commons and until 1949 the > Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the House of Lords were > the > final appellate authority but they are no where mentioned correct again and > until 1982 > civil liberties were left to be protected by the legislatures and > rules By George, you must be one of those fellas they call a "federalist". Civil liberties are still wholely contained within section 92 of the British North America Act, 1867 and cannot be removed; not even by constitutional amendment, IMHO. That would be enlarging the jurisdictional sphere of the Dominion, which, according to [1951] S.C.R. 31, [1948] 4 D.L.R. 1, and [1950] 4 D.L.R. 369 is a feat which simply cannot be accomplished without offending the constitution. Further, it is settled law that the Federal Government has no lawful authority to amend the constitution without the blessings of *all* the provinces. Now, if you can point me to the document ratifying the constitution *by all* ten (10) Premiers, then I can start to learn to respect your knowledge. Until then, do be a good chap and not mislead the ng. > of common law until the enactment and entrenchment of the Charter. > It sounds like fantasy to me since the BNA Act was drafted here actually, sir, I beg to differ: it is a well-known fact that the London Conference was the considered authority at the tabling of the bill. Otherwise, there would have been no changes allowed to the Quebec Resolutions. After all, the proposal was to be the "constitution" of some 4 million people, wasn't it? Surely, no one would dare slip in the odd thing, here and there, without the approval of *all* the architects. IMHO, that's why the London Conference became the bed-of-conception. To put it bluntly, the Quebec Conference was mere foreplay. Did you not say so, yourself, that it was a "made in Canada" proposition? With all due respect to your expertise in constitutional law, matters and history, the British North America finance bill may have been *conceived* in the colonies, but I respectfully submit that it was *born* in London, and got its first slap-of-life in the United Kingdom House of Commons. Surely with all your constitutional history studies, that simple reality must have surfaced somewhere? Did it not? Now, sir, you have mentioned a number of authorities on the topic. I presume, then, that you show no prejudice or distain for Lord Halsbury's great works: Halsbury's Laws of England. I was fascinated to learn *how* Canada evolved. But, what really intrigued me was that the Imperial Parliament did not create any statute to allow Canada to break away. I was wondering if you would care to bestow upon us - not just me, heaven forbid - your pearls-of-wisdom, regarding *why* the U.K. Parliament did not enact a statute to give Canada her boot "out of the nest", so to speak? > after a > series of meetings between the representatives of the British North > America colonies - Upper and Lower Canada, Prince Edward Island, > Nova > Scotia and New Brunswick although PEI backed out and did not enter > Confederation until 1873. They then forwarded the draft BNA Act > to the > Colonial Office to be put before the UK Parliament for passage to > create > a federal union known as the Dominion of Canada. Ah yes, the Union. Such a difficult convention to achieve. Funny thing, history tells us that they were actually arguing over whether to call it the Dominion of, or the Kingdom of. But, I have a question, if you will allow, does not a Union imply the joining together of several parts? And, when was such a convention realized by Canada? Not to this day. So, while it may be a fact that the *dominion* of Canada became thus, as a result of the BNA Act, there can be little doubt that the Union, so much sought after by Sir John A. McDonald, was never to become a reality. While Sir John had visions of being the king of his own little country, there was not such a welcomed convention by the provinces. By reviewing the Fourth Earl of Carnarvon's speeches, one can readily see that the representatives ofthe provinces were not so easy to toe-the-line, as Sir John had anticipated. This is why the provinces saw to it that the Dominion would have the "residuum" of power, not the paramountcy. Now, I'm sure that you sir, as a federalist, probably guffaw at such trivia; but, as Eldon Warman stated, the Board of Trade had much to do with the *coming together* of the Canadas. As such, the law of contract was clearly invoked. Read the damn BNA Act again, if you wish, especially the *concessions* of the provinces to the Dominion. That sir, represents, the *exchange*. In order to have an exchange, a contract ezists. Recalling your constitutional history lessons, I believe you will remember that the "British North America bill" was tabled as a "finance bill", yes? That being the case, then why would you not think that it would incorporate some form of contract? You have charged that Eldon and Noah promulgate incoherent ramblings; perhaps, it is more likely they - and others of like mind - see things differently, because of their not being indoctrinated with the federalistic slant on matters. Professor Hogg is a classic example of that federalistic view. It was > definitely a > made in Canada solution. And, what is the significance of that, praytell? > The office of Governor General is referred to in the BNA Act, 1867 > with > executive power declared to be continued and vested in the Queen > and her > powers exercised by a "Governor General" as her personal > representative. > The office itself is created not by statute but by Letters Patent > from > the monarch And, why is that sir? with the latest being dated October 1947. Up to 1947 > Letters Patent only vested certain prerogative powers in the GG > with the > rest being reserved to the Monarch and they contained detailed > instructions on how the prerogative powers were to be exercised. > In > 1947 this changed with a deletion of instructions and all the > prerogative powers of the monarch were passed over to the GG to be > exercised on the advice of the Privy Council... "or any members > thereof > or individually as the case requires"... which most means the > Cabinet or > most often the Prime Minister under our system of responsible > government. The 1947 Letters Patent were signed by the reigning > monarch > according to the reproductions I have seen. What reproductions have you seen? The copy I have obtained, directly >from England, shows the sign-off: ON BEHALF OF HIS MAJESTY WILLIAM LYON MCKENZIE KING As Noah posted, the PM had no lawful authority to present fraudulent Letters Patent to the House of Commons in Canada. As I state herein, the signing of the Lord Chancellor invests the power of the Letters Patent. Without the Lord Chancellor's signature, the Letters Patent is nothing more than a "wish list". Therefore, without the Lord Chancellor's signature and Seal, how can a Letters Patent be? We must remember, now, this was 1947. Gee, that would mean that Canada, notwithstanding that the Statute of Westminster had been enacted 16 years earlier, was still under the British "thumb", so to speak. As such, the "rules" of England would still apply, would they not? I tend to favour the > views > of Peter Hogg, Ron Cheffins, Bill Lederman, Eugene Forsey, R.M. > Dawson, > Elmer Driedger, No doubt, in my mind, that you would. However, Elmer's work, "Construction of Statutes" is a very fine piece of reference material. Tell me, sir, have you read Fortunatas's version of the same subject? Fascinating, I assure you. Alas, it is rare that our judiciary *fails* to read the statutes as Elmer felt they should be read. Otherwise, 75% of the topic, in this ng, would not need to exist. Gerald La Forest, Bora Laskin, D.V. Smiley, K.C > Wheare > et al. who are well respected and renowned constiututional > scholars and > in most cases constituional lawyers. If you want to learn about > the > Canadian constituion read these authors. I repeat, what constitution? There may be a facsimile of a constitution, but a guality constitution is not a mere facsimile of another country, nor is it a statute of a government. It cannot be, for the very purpose of the constitution is to protect the people from a government that looks upon enacting statutes, very much the same way as some business people do their banking in the chequebook banking fashion, IMHO. To say that one particular statute, if offended by another statute, created by the same entity is the epitome of a farce of the entire premise of the convention of constitutionality, and a grave injustice upon the people effected by that injustice, IMHO. Whatever constitution that Canada has, belongs to the people; it does not belong to either the Federal Government or the Provincial Legislatures. That is settled law; much to the chagrin of the federalist. According to Chief Justice Rinfret, in the Bill 136 case, back in the '50's, "... it is there (speaking of the constitution) that the people will find the protection..." > Cite the treatise, the author and where it can be found and I will > have > a look at it to determine if there is any validity to the thesis. > I > would be most surprised if there is. Would you now? The treatise was written from the culmination of more than 3000 man-hours of research of more than 25,000 pages of documentation. I know, I was one of the researchers for the work. Just out of curiosity, sir, did you learn how to interpret the first page of the British North America Act, 1867? You know, the page that sets forth the actual enacting provision of the statute itself? What I found most-perculiar was that it was the interests of the provinces that were paramount, not the Dominion's as I was taught in school. As I am not one of those so-called conspiracy thinkers, to this day, I cannot, for the life of me, understand why the first page was "lost" for such a very, very, very long time.... curious, that. There are all sorts of loony > interpretations out there as seen from the materials cited by > Eldon and > they seem to proliferate on the internet. > I am not here for your education nor edification so if you want > answers No disrepect intended sir, for I have no formal knowledge of your credentials, but as for me and my faculties, I am actually grateful for your statement; for, it would appear, IMHO, that you are so caught up in your own arrogance, that you cannot see the forest for the trees. You seem resolute in your thinking and that is quite evident. Tell me, do you have visions of *sitting* on the bench in your future, or are you, perhaps, in training to become a Crown Prosecutor? With all due respect, I suggest you do you own research; indeed, sir. And, if I might suggest, you would do well to heed your own words. Do not come onto a ng stating things which you choose not to back up with incontrovertible evidence, as Noah respectfully suggested; especially since you are a professed expert. Some reader might think that you are absolutely right, when you could be dead-wrong. We are all entitled to our opinions. Expressing them in a forum, such as this, gives each of us the opportunity to ascertain what is the truth and what is fiction; either is *news* as I see it. If I see something posted with > which > I decide to take issue I will do so. As you can tell, so shall I. However based on what I have > seen > of your posts to date I will likely simply ignore them for the > most part > as incoherent ramblings. My my my. Somebody must have had razor-blades for breakfast. Or is the ignoble mind always this arrogant to those less-endowed with knowledge? Chev. > Randy Wittchen * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:41 EST 1999 Article: 21732 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!hub.org!hub.org!skynet.be!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes,can.politics Message-ID: <000b8d9b.bc0e5584@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 219 Bytes: 9639 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eJWwmJmAx43G0oCPndCXvIqfyJSVm9TNk5aX1s7R1ZvPwJvFzo3Oys7C Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:12:14 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941217303 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:15:03 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:15:03 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31367 can.taxes:21732 can.politics:369514 In article <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com>, Eldon Warman wrote: > Randy Wittchen wrote: > > Unlike a peace officer a person may only arrest another whom he > > finds committing an indictable offence, i.e. an offence set out > in the > > Criminal Code or another federal statute under Parliament's > > criminal law power which may be proceeded with by way of > indictment. > > If there is not an indictable offence then you have no right to > > effect an arrest. > > This is confirmed in s. 9 of the Criminal Code which provides > there > > cannot be a conviction for offences except for Canadian statutory > > offenses (i.e. no common law crimes, offences under an Act of the > > UK Parliament or an offence in colony, province or territory > prior > > to becoming part of Canada). > Comment: You are obviously unaware that the Federal Government of > Canada is/and has been an impostor since 1931. Therefore, any > statutes > made after that date are "ultra vires". All judges in Canada are > impostors. Statutes cannot take away common law rights. The people > have > a sovereign right to the protections, or as scetion 63 of the Magna > Carta says: "the liberties, rights and concessions" are FOREVER. > Sure, some group may eventually have to use the force of arms to > recover these unlawfully taken and usurped rights; however, they > are > ours for the taking under natural right. Use all the invective you > like, you cannot change that fact. > > The exception to this is that this restriction does not effect > > the "power, jurisdiction or authority that a COURT, JUDGE, > JUSTICE > > OR PROVINCIAL COURT JUDGE had, immediately before April 1, 1955, > to > > impose punishment for contempt of court." Individuals do not > > possess the jurisdiction over contempt of court, that resides in > > a court. > ANSWER: A judge does not a court make in common law. You are > thinking > Roman or colonial court. In common law, there has to be several > factors > satisfied to constitute a court. Among these is jurisdiction. > Since an > income tax issue is always a contract litigation issue, a contract > arbitrator MUST have evidence that both parties are party to the > contract. Mr. Mains has lawfully voided a fraudulent contract by > constructive notice and has benefitted from tacit concent and > default. Huhhh? "...lawfully voided a fraudulent contract by constructive notice...? What's this constructive notice thing? How and *why* does it work? Why does the notice have to be recognized by the other party? Couldn't they simply ignore it and look upon it as *frivolous*? Noah > Therefore, he was not proven to be party to the contract in > question. > The evidence these impostor judges are using is by having the > summonsed > party enter the bar and enter a plea. This is making use of > presumption > to establish jurisdiction. Forcing a sovereign into a subservient > and > outlawed position under a system of laws foreign to the sovereign > by a > public servant constitutes treason. Sorry Eldon, but you seem to be getting *very* deep here. What do you mean by that statement? Further, how does the sovereign, as you say, provide prima facie evidence that the system oflaw is foreign to him/her? Very intriguing convention, I must say. Noah Constructive treason is treason > which meets the criteria of treason but which isn't codified. > Servant's > statutes cannot nullify the sovereign's rights. > "Actus legis nemini facit injuriam" > (An act of the law wrongs no man.) > Translation: An act of the law is to be so limited in its operation > that no right shall be prejudiced. > > I am unaware of any criminal offense styled as "constructive > > treason" or criminal contempt of court. There are certain acts > > (disobeying an order of the court, failure to attend court, > > refusal to testify at a preliminary hearing, failing to attend > > as a witness, etc.) but these are all punishable under the > > Crimial Code by the courts and not in any way applicable to the > > facts that you have set out. > > >Since the formal court had not been established without the > > >subject defendant giving jurisdiction by entering a plea, > > >no grounds were available to the judge for declaring contempt > > >of court against Mr. Lindsay or Mr. Wishewan. Income Tax > > >charges are within contract adjudication. Therefore both > > >parties to the contract must approve (acknowledge jurisdiction) > > >before the judge gains jurisdiction and convenes a lawful court. > > No. Once a court is in session (by the arrival of the judge) it > is > > within the control of the presiding judge and it is his court. > Comment: Apparently this judge didn't know what you supposedly > know. > > If you disagree with a judge's ruling then you appeal the ruling > > you do not threaten a judge with a "citizen's arrest". > Comment: he didn't make a ruling. He attempted to do something > that the > Supreme Court said was unlawful. No one is imune from a violation > of > law. Appeal only questions the facts presented and the procedures > for a > properly jurisdictioned court. This one hadn't established > jurisdiction. > A writ of error or prohibition stands for oughtright unlawful > activity > in a court that has established jurisdiction; however, this court > had > not been established. Only admiralty court can impose jurisdiction. > > It would have been open to the judge if he wished to have cited > > these bozos for contempt in the face of the court but the > contempt > > power is seldom invoked. > Comment: Again, apparently this judge was not as well schooled as > you > supposedly are. > > Many offences in the Income Tax Act (and many other federal > statutes) > > are enacted under the criminal law power of Parliament and > prosecuted > > in the criminal courts. > Comment: That is part of the despotism of a usurper and impostor > government. If this is new to you, as it obviously is, I suggest > you do > some homework. If you can find anywhere where the Canadian People > have > authorized a British Board of Trade organization the distinguished > position of becoming Canada's Federal Government, I would surely > like > to read it and see it. The British Government certainly didn't > recognize any legitimate Federal Government in 1931 when they gave > the > same sovereign authority to the Provinces as they gave to the other > dominion governments. > > > > >The RCMP officer present refused to accept an order to arrest > > >the judge, as is required. The RCMP officer threatened to stop > Mr. > > >Wishewan if he attempted to place a hand on the judge (required > > >procedure when doing a citizen's arrest). Therefore, the RCMP > > >officer obstructed justice and committed a breach of trust of a > > >public officer, both criminal offenses. The judge bolted from > > >the courtroom. > > You need to read the Criminal Code before displaying such a lack > of > > knowledge in these matters. The RCMP officer acted > appropriately. > > If he had put his hand on the judge he would have been arrested > and > > quite properly for assault in these circumstances. The RCMP > officer > > is not required to take directions from anyone, including > misguided > > fools, in effecting an arrest without a warrant - it is a > decision > > the RCMP officer makes. There are no grounds for any charge of > > obstructing justice or breach of trust against the officer > apparent > > from even the most favourable reading of the facts as you have > > presented them. > Comment: I suggest you are still hung up on colonial law -pre > 1931. A > colonial officer is endowed with the same privilege as a ship's > officer > or military officer; however, since 1931, this is a common law > country. > Police are now public servants, not officers. A natural freeman is > a > sovereign, and as such can order a public servant to act in the > capacity to which he has been assigned. It is called "mandamus". > Also, > the RCMP officer (mis-named) also is required by law to arrest a > law > breaker when he sees a law being broken. Not only did he not obey > his > mandate; but, he disobeyed an order by a superior -the people you > call > "misguided fools". I would suggest that THEY are not the misguided > fools. > > > One must remember that travel is a right. A driver's license > only > > > applies to a commercial owner/operator driver. Even though one > > > may have a driver's license in one's pocket, it cannot be > required > > > of a natural person travelling under the inalienable right of > > > liberty. Only a proficiency certificate can be required, and > that > > > allows no summary jurisdiction. > > You must have missed your medications. You need some help with > > these florid delusions. > > Randy Wittchen > Comment: How can Canadians, who demonstrate SO MUCH ignorance, as > you > do MR. Wittchen, have the nerve to get on a public forum and spout > such > invective upon ONE WHO KNOWS? > Eldon Warman > http://www.detaxcanada.org/drivers.htm > Read it, Mr. Wittchen, you might learn something. > * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion > Network * > The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - > Free! * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:41 EST 1999 Article: 21734 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!feed.newsfeeds.com!newsfeeds.com!newsfeed.berkeley.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!nntp.ntr.net!remarQ60!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes Message-ID: <0221c012.beb02654@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 62 Bytes: 2538 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <11f733ec.c7ca42de@usw-ex0102-015.remarq.com> <380A4C76.7208@direct.ca> <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <5fxO3.5452$AX.288411@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.3ece1d9e@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3USR3.438$Q5.35969@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <004aa0e3.bdd0bfaa@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38187f0f.7941968@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.bfa32e90@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: ePHU/P3ko+mituTr+bTz2O77rPDx/7Cp9/Lzsqq1sf+rpP+hqumqrqqm Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:22:16 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941217904 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:25:04 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:25:04 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31369 can.taxes:21734 In article , jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote: > In can.legal Noah wrote: > > Now, Mr. Jenuths, I repeat, was Caron *not* a citizen of Quebec? > And I repeat, there is no such thing. Certainly Caron was resident > in Quebec, but that is pretty immaterial. > Since the matter had to do with the interpretation of the BNA Act, > it was decided on common law principles. > Provincial law (and for that matter federal law) does not effect > the manner in which the constitution is interpretted. > The constitution is supreme, and other laws (like Quebec civil > code) > are allowed only because of the constitution. > > If > > so, then Caron was under an entirely different *code* of law > than the > > rest of Canada. > In the same way, you are under a different code of law than I. I > am > in Alberta, you are in Ontario. Earlier this week when I was in > Toronto, > I was under a different code of law than I am now. > They all have similarities and differences. > > You said that the Privy Council ruling applied to > > *everyone* in Canada. > Yup. That is the decision of the highest court. It binds > everyone. > > Then, are you not saying that 9/10s of the > > country's total citizens can be held accountable upon a ruling > brought > > down by a court that, obviously, had to take into account the > civil > > code, in order to be fair to Caron, no? > Why? > It had nothing to do with the civil code. It was simply to do with > the interpretation of the constitution. > > Or did Caron, because he was a > > "provincial officer" lose his right to be tried by a court of > > competency? > What is a court of competency? In my unlearned view, it means a court that is competent to preside. In other words, the FCTD could not be considered competent to rule on a constitutional matter. Conversely, the provincial courts could not be considered competent to rule on an income tax matter; withstanding the criminal element being entwined in the matter. Noah > > In other words, did the Privy Council pay no attention to > > the civil code in the case? > Yes, they paid no attention to the civil code, nor the writings > of Darwin. > -- > Best regards, > Stephen Jenuth > (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca) > Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:41 EST 1999 Article: 21736 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!feed.newsfeeds.com!newsfeeds.com!cyclone.pbi.net!128.230.129.112!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!news.mindspring.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <09920fb9.c29208e9@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 85 Bytes: 3498 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <11f733ec.c808c45c@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eGxJYWB5PnQ/K3l2ZCluRXNmMW1sYi00am9uLzcoLGI2OWI8N3Q3Mzc7 Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:37:03 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941218791 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:39:51 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 10:39:51 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21736 In article <11f733ec.c808c45c@usw-ex0101-005.remarq.com>, Eldon Warman wrote: > (Doug Bissett) wrote: > > As much as I hate to get involved with this rant, I must point > out > > that the government of Canada, is NOT an imposter. > Comment: I beg to differ. I have positive proof that I can send > you Oh good! Can you send by email? If so, then send to garmec@my-deja.com thank you. Noah > showing that the Parliament of Canada never had the authority to > usurp > power as the Government of Canada. From 1967 to 1931, the > parliament > of Canada was an organization under the British Board of Trade and > under the direct control of the emminent domain in Canada, the > corporation sole known as the Governor General. Parliament was > never > incorporated as an entity apart and separate from the fiction > called > the Governor General. It still is not a person. That is why all > lawsuits from the Government originate in the Queen - who herself > is an > IMPOSTOR monarch in Canada. Section #2(1) of the Statute of > Westminster > relieved the Monarch of Great Britain of ALL sovereign authority > over > Canada. > > They are in power, because the citizen's of Canada chose to elect > > them to run the country for them. > Comment: WRONG! NO CANADIAN CITIZEN has voted for Parliament, or a > Provincial Legislature since 1931. Remember, (of course you > wouldn't) > voting registration came into being in 1932. Voter registration is > in > fact "joining the club". Just as do people who wish to vote for the > national officers of the Kiwinis Club have to be members, so do > people > who wish to vote for the club (remember, it is not a lawful > incorporated body politic) called Parliament. > > Unfortunately, the MAJORITY of citizen's of Canada seem > > to have no idea about what kind of havoc the government is > creating, > > and they continue to elect idiots who seem to think that huge > debts, > > and unfunded liabilities, are not a problem, and that "they" > > can "fix" all of the countries woes by spending more money. > Comment: The People of Wetaskiwin vs Milton Littlechild MP in > 1991 was > positive proof that the People have absolutely no say as to what > MP's > do after they are elected. As a fictional fiction, they are > untouchable > by those who elect them. You elect a crew to man a ship. Once the > ship > sets sail, the voters have absolutely no more control over those > crewmembers until the crew gets back on land. (next election). > > As the old chinese proverb says: "Be careful about what you ask > > for, you might just get it". The people of Canada asked for, and > got, > > the government that they elected. The electorate, also seems to > think > > that the government is doing the right thing, and they keep on > > electing the same one. > Comment: The Club of Parliament's owners (Privy Council - all > connected > to the Rothchild Empire) select all candidates that matter. So, the > choises are between Eeny, Meany, Miney or Moe. Same bullshit, > different pile! > Eldon Warman > Detax Author and Consultant > * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion > Network * > The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - > Free! * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:41 EST 1999 Article: 21743 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!feed.newsfeeds.com!newsfeeds.com!cyclone.pbi.net!205.252.116.205!howland.erols.net!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.264f8060@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 42 Bytes: 1544 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7tdnml$h7a$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <1415c574.82055c01@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <5fxO3.5452$AX.288411@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <000b8d9b.3ece1d9e@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <3USR3.438$Q5.35969@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <004aa0e3.bdd0bfaa@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <38187f0f.7941968@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <000b8d9b.bfa32e90@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <0221c012.beb02654@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eM3owMHYn9WeitjXxYjP5NLHkMzNw4yVy87PjpaJjcOXmMOdltWWkpaa Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 16:56:55 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941241769 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:02:49 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:02:49 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31379 can.taxes:21743 In article , jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca wrote: > In can.legal Noah wrote: > >> What is a court of competency? > > In my unlearned view, it means a court that is competent to > preside. In > > other words, the FCTD could not be considered competent to rule > on a > > constitutional matter. > And why would that be? > Clearly the Federal Court and the Supreme Court of Canada disagree. Huh???? Okay, so which disagreed: the SCC with a FC ruling, or the FC with a SCC ruling? > Do you have any reason to suggest otherwise? > > Conversely, the provincial courts could not be > > considered competent to rule on an income tax matter; > withstanding the > > criminal element being entwined in the matter. > Only because until recently they did not have the jurisdiction to > entertain suits against the federal crown (this was part of the > federal courts jurisdiction). And, how did the jurisdiction become loosed from the FC? For what reasons? > Of course, when hearing a criminal matter, they could certainly > consider whether the legislation is unconstitutional. > Usually it would be done by challenging the information at an > early stage (ie. before plea). > -- > Best regards, > Stephen Jenuth > (jenuths@homacjen.ab.ca) > Quidquid latine dictum sit, altum viditur. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:42 EST 1999 Article: 21744 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.politics,can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <0a0133f8.35c5a60b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 35 Bytes: 1728 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381A0282.AD1@direct.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eKiNpaS9+rD7772yoO2qgbei9amopunwrquq6/Ps6Kby/ab487Dz9/P/ Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:55:48 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941245117 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:58:37 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 17:58:37 PDT Xref: hub.org can.politics:369626 can.taxes:21744 can.legal:31381 Wonderful! Now we have a professed *expert* on constitutional law, within our group. This is fantastic, for now we'll be able to focus-in on the real essence of many of the consternations brought-forth in this forum. Now, sir, I am led to believe that you are also a historian on the very subject. Assuming this be true, then perhaps you can elaborate on how a "finance bill", which did not meet Parliamentary procedures of the day, end up being viewed, *lawfully*, by the justices of the courts, as the constitution of Canada? I recently read a very intriguing treatise, wherein the author contends that the BNA Act was nothing more than a *blue print* for the Governor-General to rule the colonies known as New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Upper Canada, and Lower Canada, on behalf of HMG. I'm curious to know how a constitutional law expert might rebut such an outlandish convention. One of the other startling things I discovered, reading this work, was there is published evidence supporting the fact that the Governor-General's office was created in a fraudulent way. Why? Because the William Lyon McKenzie King had no lawful authority to sign the Letters Patent on behalf of HMK. So, unless you have incontrovertible evidence to the contrary, the Governor-General's office was created at the whim of Canada's CEO at the time, nothing more, IMHO. With all due respect, sir, did you learn the antithesis to *that* wild 'n' crazy notion, in your studies? If so, I am sure that more than I would be utterly fascinated with the report. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:42 EST 1999 Article: 21745 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: SCC's decision in Caron (was Re: Citizen PaysTaxman With Funny Money) Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal Message-ID: <000b8d9b.41065ceb@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 44 Bytes: 2481 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.b8be2620@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <7v5u09$f5o$1@news.auaracom.net> <000b8d9b.fc0192c1@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <3818A895.794B@ownlife.com> <11f733ec.f7942c43@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <381a0787.11887052@news1.on.sympatico.ca> <3819B6A2.3466@ownlife.com> X-Wren-Trace: eL6bs7Kr7Kbt+auktvu8l6G047++sP/muL28/eX6/rDk67Du5abl4eXp Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 18:38:40 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941247874 10.0.2.11 (Fri, 29 Oct 1999 18:44:34 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Fri, 29 Oct 1999 18:44:34 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21745 can.legal:31382 Yippee Ki yay! We now have a "learned" man who is beginning to see through different glasses. This is so re-freshing, it almost takes my breath away ;-) Paul, I have a question: this Caron thing really bothers me. Jenuths and I have been going head-to-head on Caron for sometime. I'm of the view that the SCC erred in its decision, in Caron, by simply giving a vice-versa ruling. I also contend that because the court used the expressive: "provincial officer" in its ruling, that the ruling could only apply to provincial officers. But Jenuths is trying, admirally I might add, to show me the errors of my contention. I am not a lawyer, but I do know the basic principles of law. My understanding of those principles leads me to remain steadfast in my beliefs that the Caron case being used as a crutch by the feds, in income tax matters, is purely political, and *not* what one might deem to be "purity-in-justice". No system of justice, could lawfully deem itself so, when the court hold bias toward the defendant. Bias is produced, IMHO, the moment the defendant states s/he is not such a person as ruled by the court and the court says, "Sorry, even though you are not a provincial officer, or a person as the ruling was intended to be applied to, the ruling still applies to you." Seems a bit draconian, IMHO. This is why I asked, in an earlier post, what was the very next time the Caron ruling was referred to, in *any* court? I'm curious to learn how the sitting justices managed to work their respective ways through the mine-field, when the defense argued, "My Lords, my client is not a provincial officer. Therefore, we need to establish, once and for all, that this particular ruling applies to all residents of the Dominion, and not just to those that are officers of our governments." That is the case, I'm interested in reviewing. Do you know the case? If someone would be good enough to post it, then we could all debate the essence and see what a more-modern court might rule. The challenge we have with Caron is that the Privy Council, as I have stated before, ceased to exist in 1949. Nothwithstanding that the SCC became the supreme court of the land, I believe the court is reluctant to re-visit the case; if, indeed, it has the authority to do so. Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From sir.danielNOsiSPAM@home.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:43 EST 1999 Article: 21757 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.davin.ottawa.on.ca!feed.newsfeeds.com!newsfeeds.com!cyclone.pbi.net!131.119.28.147!su-news-hub1.bbnplanet.com!paloalto-snf1.gtei.net!news.gtei.net!newsfeed.stanford.edu!remarQ73!remarQ.com!supernews.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Chev. Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.legal,can.politics,can.taxes Message-ID: <17599f0b.c0b98b8b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 384 Bytes: 17196 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381A0282.AD1@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.35c5a60b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381A698F.1557@direct.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eC4LIyI7fDZ9fTM0ZWouKTU4MgsjJWM9ZSEuIGdoZzdvfT1hcTtjbnN4fA== Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 02:45:01 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941277057 10.0.2.11 (Sat, 30 Oct 1999 02:50:57 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sat, 30 Oct 1999 02:50:57 PDT Xref: hub.org can.legal:31397 can.politics:369726 can.taxes:21757 In article <381A698F.1557@direct.ca>, Randy Wittchen wrote: > Hi Noah > Noah wrote: > > > > Wonderful! Now we have a professed *expert* on constitutional > law, > > within our group. This is fantastic, for now we'll be able to > focus-in > > on the real essence of many of the consternations brought-forth > in this > > forum. Now, sir, I am led to believe that you are also a > historian on > > the very subject. Assuming this be true, then perhaps you can > elaborate > > on how a "finance bill", which did not meet Parliamentary > procedures of > > the day, end up being viewed, *lawfully*, by the justices of the > > courts, as the constitution of Canada? > > > > I recently read a very intriguing treatise, wherein the author > contends > > that the BNA Act was nothing more than a *blue print* for the > > Governor-General to rule the colonies known as New Brunswick, > Nova > > Scotia, Upper Canada, and Lower Canada, on behalf of HMG. I'm > curious > > to know how a constitutional law expert might rebut such an > outlandish > > convention. > > > > One of the other startling things I discovered, reading this > work, was > > there is published evidence supporting the fact that the > > Governor-General's office was created in a fraudulent way. Why? > Because > > the William Lyon McKenzie King had no lawful authority to sign > the > > Letters Patent on behalf of HMK. So, unless you have > incontrovertible > > evidence to the contrary, the Governor-General's office was > created at > > the whim of Canada's CEO at the time, nothing more, IMHO. With > all due > > respect, sir, did you learn the antithesis to *that* wild 'n' > crazy > > notion, in your studies? If so, I am sure that more than I > would be > > utterly fascinated with the report. > > > > Noah > Hi > You, like many people, do not seem to realize that our > constitution does > not simply consist The proper word, IMHO, is exist, not consist. Canada has no constitution. As a lawyer you should know that, for even the court identifies the so-called constitution, as a *statute* of the Imperial Parliament. Many countries have statutes, but yet the people have a constitution. Recently I had the pleasure of reviewing a constitution for a peoples. It was a wonderful read. The surprising part is that these "peoples" only number 9200! By the way, just so the ng knows, these peoples were not a country, but a province of a former British dependent. Seems Her Majesty thought fit the people of this tiny island to have a true constitution, but was not so easily "amused" by the antics of the PM who was hell-bent-for-election to bring Canada's home. I have spoken with one of their Government Ministers on other matters. When asked why the people of the *province* of their country were fortunate to have such a good constitution, his reply to me was that they bloody well fought for it. Fight for rights? Canadians? Naw! As the Red Rose Tea commercial became famous for the quote: "Only in Canader you say? Pity." of the BNA Act, 1867 and amendments (now the > Constituion Act, 1867 and of various dates) which are Imperial > statutes > but includes a number of other Imperial statutes and imperial > orders in > council as well as various Canadian statutes, precedential case law > interpreting the statutes and conventions. A good part of our > constitution is unwritten which is in keeping with the preamble to > the > BNA Act, 1867 which adopts ... "a Constitution similar in > Principle to > that of the United Kingdom." Yes that is so. However, according to Article XX (I believe it is XX) of the United Nations Charter, Canada had no rhyme or reason, nay, lawful right, to maintain such a "keeping with the preamble", for such *keeping* was in contravention of the convention of sovereignty, so said the Charter. That is why, sir, the *new* Article was incorporated within the UN Charter in 1988; to remedy the offending by Canada and the mother country, against the people of Canada with every single statute which was passed by the Parliament requiring the Royal Assent. Now, I know that you have accused Noah of posting trash, but I am not Noah. So, counsellor, shall we have a go? I so much enjoy a good joust. > There are no rules for appointing a Governor General (it was > assumed > that it would be done by the monarch acting on the advice of the > British > Colonial Secretary correct. and this has eveolved in practise to the monrch > acting on the advice of the canadian Prime Minister) under what colour of right of law is such a practise evolved, sir? , there is no > mention of responsible (i.e. Cabinet) government so no mention of a > Prime Minister correct. In fact, the very first time the words "Prime Minister" appear, in the so-called constitution, is in the 1982 version. or Cabinet or that a government's power depended > upon its > support by the majority in the House of Commons and until 1949 the > Judicial Committee of the Privy Council in the House of Lords were > the > final appellate authority but they are no where mentioned correct again and > until 1982 > civil liberties were left to be protected by the legislatures and > rules By George, you must be one of those fellas they call a "federalist". Civil liberties are still wholely contained within section 92 of the British North America Act, 1867 and cannot be removed; not even by constitutional amendment, IMHO. That would be enlarging the jurisdictional sphere of the Dominion, which, according to [1951] S.C.R. 31, [1948] 4 D.L.R. 1, and [1950] 4 D.L.R. 369 is a feat which simply cannot be accomplished without offending the constitution. Further, it is settled law that the Federal Government has no lawful authority to amend the constitution without the blessings of *all* the provinces. Now, if you can point me to the document ratifying the constitution *by all* ten (10) Premiers, then I can start to learn to respect your knowledge. Until then, do be a good chap and not mislead the ng. > of common law until the enactment and entrenchment of the Charter. > It sounds like fantasy to me since the BNA Act was drafted here actually, sir, I beg to differ: it is a well-known fact that the London Conference was the considered authority at the tabling of the bill. Otherwise, there would have been no changes allowed to the Quebec Resolutions. After all, the proposal was to be the "constitution" of some 4 million people, wasn't it? Surely, no one would dare slip in the odd thing, here and there, without the approval of *all* the architects. IMHO, that's why the London Conference became the bed-of-conception. To put it bluntly, the Quebec Conference was mere foreplay. Did you not say so, yourself, that it was a "made in Canada" proposition? With all due respect to your expertise in constitutional law, matters and history, the British North America finance bill may have been *conceived* in the colonies, but I respectfully submit that it was *born* in London, and got its first slap-of-life in the United Kingdom House of Commons. Surely with all your constitutional history studies, that simple reality must have surfaced somewhere? Did it not? Now, sir, you have mentioned a number of authorities on the topic. I presume, then, that you show no prejudice or distain for Lord Halsbury's great works: Halsbury's Laws of England. I was fascinated to learn *how* Canada evolved. But, what really intrigued me was that the Imperial Parliament did not create any statute to allow Canada to break away. I was wondering if you would care to bestow upon us - not just me, heaven forbid - your pearls-of-wisdom, regarding *why* the U.K. Parliament did not enact a statute to give Canada her boot "out of the nest", so to speak? > after a > series of meetings between the representatives of the British North > America colonies - Upper and Lower Canada, Prince Edward Island, > Nova > Scotia and New Brunswick although PEI backed out and did not enter > Confederation until 1873. They then forwarded the draft BNA Act > to the > Colonial Office to be put before the UK Parliament for passage to > create > a federal union known as the Dominion of Canada. Ah yes, the Union. Such a difficult convention to achieve. Funny thing, history tells us that they were actually arguing over whether to call it the Dominion of, or the Kingdom of. But, I have a question, if you will allow, does not a Union imply the joining together of several parts? And, when was such a convention realized by Canada? Not to this day. So, while it may be a fact that the *dominion* of Canada became thus, as a result of the BNA Act, there can be little doubt that the Union, so much sought after by Sir John A. McDonald, was never to become a reality. While Sir John had visions of being the king of his own little country, there was not such a welcomed convention by the provinces. By reviewing the Fourth Earl of Carnarvon's speeches, one can readily see that the representatives ofthe provinces were not so easy to toe-the-line, as Sir John had anticipated. This is why the provinces saw to it that the Dominion would have the "residuum" of power, not the paramountcy. Now, I'm sure that you sir, as a federalist, probably guffaw at such trivia; but, as Eldon Warman stated, the Board of Trade had much to do with the *coming together* of the Canadas. As such, the law of contract was clearly invoked. Read the damn BNA Act again, if you wish, especially the *concessions* of the provinces to the Dominion. That sir, represents, the *exchange*. In order to have an exchange, a contract ezists. Recalling your constitutional history lessons, I believe you will remember that the "British North America bill" was tabled as a "finance bill", yes? That being the case, then why would you not think that it would incorporate some form of contract? You have charged that Eldon and Noah promulgate incoherent ramblings; perhaps, it is more likely they - and others of like mind - see things differently, because of their not being indoctrinated with the federalistic slant on matters. Professor Hogg is a classic example of that federalistic view. It was > definitely a > made in Canada solution. And, what is the significance of that, praytell? > The office of Governor General is referred to in the BNA Act, 1867 > with > executive power declared to be continued and vested in the Queen > and her > powers exercised by a "Governor General" as her personal > representative. > The office itself is created not by statute but by Letters Patent > from > the monarch And, why is that sir? with the latest being dated October 1947. Up to 1947 > Letters Patent only vested certain prerogative powers in the GG > with the > rest being reserved to the Monarch and they contained detailed > instructions on how the prerogative powers were to be exercised. > In > 1947 this changed with a deletion of instructions and all the > prerogative powers of the monarch were passed over to the GG to be > exercised on the advice of the Privy Council... "or any members > thereof > or individually as the case requires"... which most means the > Cabinet or > most often the Prime Minister under our system of responsible > government. The 1947 Letters Patent were signed by the reigning > monarch > according to the reproductions I have seen. What reproductions have you seen? The copy I have obtained, directly >from England, shows the sign-off: ON BEHALF OF HIS MAJESTY WILLIAM LYON MCKENZIE KING As Noah posted, the PM had no lawful authority to present fraudulent Letters Patent to the House of Commons in Canada. As I state herein, the signing of the Lord Chancellor invests the power of the Letters Patent. Without the Lord Chancellor's signature, the Letters Patent is nothing more than a "wish list". Therefore, without the Lord Chancellor's signature and Seal, how can a Letters Patent be? We must remember, now, this was 1947. Gee, that would mean that Canada, notwithstanding that the Statute of Westminster had been enacted 16 years earlier, was still under the British "thumb", so to speak. As such, the "rules" of England would still apply, would they not? I tend to favour the > views > of Peter Hogg, Ron Cheffins, Bill Lederman, Eugene Forsey, R.M. > Dawson, > Elmer Driedger, No doubt, in my mind, that you would. However, Elmer's work, "Construction of Statutes" is a very fine piece of reference material. Tell me, sir, have you read Fortunatas's version of the same subject? Fascinating, I assure you. Alas, it is rare that our judiciary *fails* to read the statutes as Elmer felt they should be read. Otherwise, 75% of the topic, in this ng, would not need to exist. Gerald La Forest, Bora Laskin, D.V. Smiley, K.C > Wheare > et al. who are well respected and renowned constiututional > scholars and > in most cases constituional lawyers. If you want to learn about > the > Canadian constituion read these authors. I repeat, what constitution? There may be a facsimile of a constitution, but a guality constitution is not a mere facsimile of another country, nor is it a statute of a government. It cannot be, for the very purpose of the constitution is to protect the people from a government that looks upon enacting statutes, very much the same way as some business people do their banking in the chequebook banking fashion, IMHO. To say that one particular statute, if offended by another statute, created by the same entity is the epitome of a farce of the entire premise of the convention of constitutionality, and a grave injustice upon the people effected by that injustice, IMHO. Whatever constitution that Canada has, belongs to the people; it does not belong to either the Federal Government or the Provincial Legislatures. That is settled law; much to the chagrin of the federalist. According to Chief Justice Rinfret, in the Bill 136 case, back in the '50's, "... it is there (speaking of the constitution) that the people will find the protection..." > Cite the treatise, the author and where it can be found and I will > have > a look at it to determine if there is any validity to the thesis. > I > would be most surprised if there is. Would you now? The treatise was written from the culmination of more than 3000 man-hours of research of more than 25,000 pages of documentation. I know, I was one of the researchers for the work. Just out of curiosity, sir, did you learn how to interpret the first page of the British North America Act, 1867? You know, the page that sets forth the actual enacting provision of the statute itself? What I found most-perculiar was that it was the interests of the provinces that were paramount, not the Dominion's as I was taught in school. As I am not one of those so-called conspiracy thinkers, to this day, I cannot, for the life of me, understand why the first page was "lost" for such a very, very, very long time.... curious, that. There are all sorts of loony > interpretations out there as seen from the materials cited by > Eldon and > they seem to proliferate on the internet. > I am not here for your education nor edification so if you want > answers No disrepect intended sir, for I have no formal knowledge of your credentials, but as for me and my faculties, I am actually grateful for your statement; for, it would appear, IMHO, that you are so caught up in your own arrogance, that you cannot see the forest for the trees. You seem resolute in your thinking and that is quite evident. Tell me, do you have visions of *sitting* on the bench in your future, or are you, perhaps, in training to become a Crown Prosecutor? With all due respect, I suggest you do you own research; indeed, sir. And, if I might suggest, you would do well to heed your own words. Do not come onto a ng stating things which you choose not to back up with incontrovertible evidence, as Noah respectfully suggested; especially since you are a professed expert. Some reader might think that you are absolutely right, when you could be dead-wrong. We are all entitled to our opinions. Expressing them in a forum, such as this, gives each of us the opportunity to ascertain what is the truth and what is fiction; either is *news* as I see it. If I see something posted with > which > I decide to take issue I will do so. As you can tell, so shall I. However based on what I have > seen > of your posts to date I will likely simply ignore them for the > most part > as incoherent ramblings. My my my. Somebody must have had razor-blades for breakfast. Or is the ignoble mind always this arrogant to those less-endowed with knowledge? Chev. > Randy Wittchen * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:44 EST 1999 Article: 21782 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp.cs.ubc.ca!news-spur1.maxwell.syr.edu!news.maxwell.syr.edu!colt.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <000b8d9b.02c12f52@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> Lines: 75 Bytes: 3909 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.115 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.bc0e5584@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eP7b8/LrrOatu+3h+qzy9uLN5vTv97/h97zy8vqqte6otu+mp/C6pKOxq6ql Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 10:14:59 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.2 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941394053 10.0.2.2 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 10:20:53 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 10:20:53 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21782 can.legal:31429 can.politics:370004 Noah wrote: Eldon previously wrote: > > Mr. Mains has lawfully voided a fraudulent contract by > > constructive notice and has benefitted from tacit concent and > > default. > Huhhh? "...lawfully voided a fraudulent contract by constructive > notice...? What's this constructive notice thing? How and *why* > does it work? Why does the notice have to be recognized by the other > party? Couldn't they simply ignore it and look upon it as *frivolous*? > Noah Comment: A "constructive notice" is a personally directed trespass warning. A fraud is a trespass. Common Law requires a trespass warning be served upon a trespasser (if time permits). This is one of the restrictions anciently placed on the right of self defense. This is the mercy requirement and chance for repentence by the offender from Hebrew/Jesuonian (Christian) concepts. A proper answer in law when a trespass warning is posted is for the suspected trespasser to either respect the "stop order" or go to the public forum of the court to prove that no trespass is actually taking place. For my proposed constructive notice to detax, the Minister of National Revenue would have to initiate a court action to prove that a "good" contract is in place which converted you from a natural person into a legal entity. Since there clearly is fraud in all aspects of a contract in the supposed "taxpayer" contract, that proof would be an impossibility. 20 legal days or 30 calendar days is the accepted standard of time required to refute a served trespass warning. If no action is taken in that time frame, the constructive notice voiding the contract makes it a done deal. A default judgment could be recorded in the court house; however, proof of the timing of service is usually sufficient proof. > > > public servant constitutes treason. > Sorry Eldon, but you seem to be getting *very* deep here. What do > you mean by that statement? Comment: The older law dictionaries are clearer on common law rights. (For obvious reasons). Treason means an uprising or disobedience of a servant against the master, especially when the intent of the servant is to undermine the sovereignty of the master, or worse, to help some other person overthrow his master and put the original master into servitude or cause his death. "Constructive" means that an act fits within the definition of an unlawful act even though that version of the unlawful act may not have been addressed by specific statute. > Further, how does the sovereign, as you say, provide prima facie evidence that the system of law is foreign to him/her? Very intriguing convention, I must say. > Noah Comment: The Magna Carta is a prime example of the defining the difference between a foreign law and the anglo-saxon common law. Much of the Magna Carta is actually "Pax Romina - Roman Law" stated, with a "thou shalt not" added. Don't let anyone snow you with "The Magna Carta has been made obsolete by subsequent statutory law". That may be the case for the Charter itself, however, Section 63 states (by the King) that "the liberties, rights and concessions" of the Magna Carta are forever". Forever is a word that puts you on the circumference of a circle - there is no beginning, there is no end. Blackstone's Commentaries is really a commentary on issues of common law that have been usurped by this (Roman)foreign law. The reason Roman Law crept into english law is because the City of London has always remained a Roman City. It is really the last bastion of the Roman Empire. William the Conquer did not conquer London. The Magna Carta addresses the issue that London was to maintain its laws (Roman Law). Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:44 EST 1999 Article: 21785 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!colt.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.politics,can.legal Message-ID: <0a0133f8.72bf73b9@usw-ex0101-007.remarq.com> Lines: 44 Bytes: 1954 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.196 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <381A0282.AD1@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.35c5a60b@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <9PsS3.1432$Q5.86953@news1.rdc1.ab.home.com> <7vg3gq$bj0$1@nnrp1.deja.com> X-Wren-Trace: eKWAqKmw97324La6ofeprbmWva+0rOS6rOepqaHx7rXz7bT9/Kvh//jq8Pn9 Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 11:30:00 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.7 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941398554 10.0.2.7 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 11:35:54 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 11:35:54 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21785 can.politics:370023 can.legal:31432 jenuths wrote: Noah previously wrote: > > There are certain "choses" the sovereign cannot simply say "let > >it be so". Letters Patent, appointing a GG is most-definitely on > >the list. > Sure it can. > What part of Magna Carta says the Queen cannot appoint officials > to act on her behalf. Comment: Actually, one doesnt have to go back to the Magna Carta to find evidence that the King didn't have that power: The Colonial Laws Validity Act, June 29th, 1865 Sect.6 - "Any proclamation purported to be published by the authority of thr Governoe, circulating in any newspaper in the Colonies, signifying Her Majesty's assentto any such Colonial lawor Her Majesty's disallowance of any such reserved bill as aforesaid, shall be prima facie evidence of such disallowance or assent." Statute of Westminster, 1931 Section 2(1): The Colonial Laws Validity Act, 1865, shall not apply to any law made after the commencement of this Act by the Parliament of a Dominion. Since the British Government did not recognize a bona fide (in truth - for any who do not understand latin words used in law) Federal Parliament in Canada, they added Section 7(2) replacing "Parliament of a Dominion" with "Legislatures of such Provinces". I know some of you "priests and lawyers" out there have reading problems, so, what that means is that the Crown of Great Britain had ALL their powers over the former Doninions revoked by the British Parliament in 1931. ALL means TOTAL, EVERYTHING, IN ALL MATTERS. For all you who seem to delight in calling me by invectives and ephitets, may I suggest that you go to my GuestBook and read: http://www.theguestbook.com/vgbook/30272.gbook I realize the peasants are an ignorant lot; however..... Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:45 EST 1999 Article: 21787 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.icl.net!skynet.be!195.224.165.20.MISMATCH!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon Warman's An Idiot Newsgroups: can.taxes,alt.politics.clinton,can.politics,misc.taxes Message-ID: <000b8d9b.037e4b38@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> Lines: 18 Bytes: 838 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.133 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <11f733ec.535b3b04@usw-ex0102-014.remarq.com> < <0a0133f8.4f7dc7e1@usw-ex0101-004.remarq.com> <7vcenh$ndo$1@hub.org> X-Wren-Trace: eKeCqquy9b/04rS4o/Wrr7uUv622rua4ruWrq6Pz7Lfx77b//qnj/fro8vH6 Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 12:08:17 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.4 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941400664 10.0.2.4 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 12:11:04 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 12:11:04 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21787 alt.politics.clinton:741536 can.politics:370032 misc.taxes:91179 (Kenneth McVay OBC) wrote: > "I think the white race is superior. However, the Talmud certainly > teaches that Jews are superior ; and, that Jews don't have to > honour any committments to 'goyim'." Comment: The above quote of what I have written to Mr. McVay has obviously been altered by him. I have never said "I think the white race is superior". This is a fabrication and the typical EVIL that one finds in "damage control" deception artists of the Zionist camp. Mr. McVay is obviously one of the chief "smoke jumpers" for damage control. The latter sentence, I certainly wholeheartedly believe as being true. Eldon Warman AKA: Wile E. Coyote (according to Mimi) * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Sun Oct 31 16:18:46 EST 1999 Article: 21789 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!hermes.visi.com!news-out.visi.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Eldon, Time Out! Newsgroups: can.taxes,misc.taxes,can.general,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <11f733ec.267da053@usw-ex0102-012.remarq.com> Lines: 38 Bytes: 1886 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.39 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <3818B335.7338F527@connection.com> X-Wren-Trace: eCYDKyozdD51YzU5InQqLjoVPiw3L2c5L2QqKiJybTZwbjd+fyhifHtpcXo= Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 12:35:53 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.12 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941402320 10.0.2.12 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 12:38:40 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 12:38:40 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21789 misc.taxes:91183 can.general:162004 alt.politics.clinton:741546 "Daniel J. Lavigne" wrote: > Individual rights and duties with respect to taxes and > the need for societal cohesion and the need to support > the common good should not be used as a playground > for some to give vent to their personal beliefs with respect > to religious / political conspiracies, brotherhoods etc. Comment: Thank you for that advise. My comments about Jews and Zionists is not based upon ancient hatreds or such. As a person with a Jewish name, I am very concerned that there may well be a time in the near future when the "angry mobs" may seek out ANYONE with what may even appear to be a Jewish name as an immediate candidate for extermination. I certainly am not the only such person with these concerns. The webpage of "Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership" and a full page article in the Sept 27 McLeans Magazine express that concern. My concerns are for my grandchildren. I have faced death or had near misses with death many, many times in my 59 years on planet Earth. That doesn't worry me. My concerns truly are for my grandchildren and for Canada. Relative to my detax program, it is a "done deal". Others are now posting it, and getting a handle on the depth of meaning as to common law and common law rights. I am not in it as a commercial venture. I really am not into it as a crusade. I consider myself an educator. Therefore, if no one accepts my program or thesis, I really could care less. I accept that one can lead a horse to water, but one cannot make it drink. And, I, like you obviously do, like a good philosophic "tussle" - regardless the topic. No topic is "taboo" to me. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Mon Nov 1 02:14:41 EST 1999 Article: 21790 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!newspeer1.nac.net!netnews.com!newsswitch.lcs.mit.edu!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <1415c574.3184b7b5@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> Lines: 85 Bytes: 4103 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.135 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> <000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <7v8jdb$1f20$3@hub.org> <17599f0b.fd21be10@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <381945a9.25446840@news.the-wire.com> X-Wren-Trace: eC0IICE4fzV+aD4yKX8hJTEeNSc8JGwyJG8hISl5Zj17ZTx1dCNpd3BieHt2 Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 13:14:15 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.2 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941404809 10.0.2.2 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 13:20:09 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 13:20:09 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21790 (Lloyd Lindsay) wrote: > No Mr. Warman, it is you who are boring, repetitive, inflammatory, > and OFF TOPIC. Comment: If you notice, it was I who initiated this topic. You will also note that the topic was turned back by McVay and his ilk to a diversionary topic to obfuscate my topical discussions on the merit of getting out of the Canadian Income Tax system. Why are you blameing me for the sidetracking? > Can you really discuss Canadian taxes rationally without your > verbal diarrhea? Comment: Verbal diarreha is necessary as Canadians are so ignorant of their rights, and heritage in the common law. Plus, the arrogance of those who have their brains inundated with hogwash from our universities makes it doubly difficult to expound on a subject without going back to the kindergarden level to begin a logical discussion. > Perhaps you can discuss the merits of the Canadian Capital Cost > Allowance system over the US depreciation system or whether current > tax free travel allowances are adequate based on today's > automobile costs. > Or are the questions and answers regarding Canadian taxes too > difficult for you to deal with? Comment: Why would I discuss such, when I teach Canadians that the Canadian Income Tax Act need be no more in their thoughts or in their lives than the fish and game regulations of Borneo? So instead, you MISUSE this News Group solely to espouse your conspiracy theories and hatred for a specific ethnic group. Comment: I don't *hate* any ethnic group. I maintain sincere reservations about a religious belief structure that depends on so-called Scripture which contains a great deal of hatred, especially toward the beliefs of my ancestors. I'm not very fussy about a lot of the *new age* crap either, but, I certainly don't find in that actual statements of hatred against me. You see, I believe that the rights of your fist stop at my nose. If it contacts my nose, you have gone beyond your rights. If the statements written about the Talmud are true regarding how Northern Europeans and Christians are to be treated by Talmudists, the fist has impinged on my nose. If these supposed statements are correct(I have not personally researched it beyond reading the research of others - as any college student does), and, those programs are being instituted by a sub-organization of Talmudists (Zionists), I don't think the "ethnic group" wall of protection is appropriate. We, in Canada, have no lawful money, we have inadequate health care, we are having our children slaughtered in abortion clinics, we have had our justice system totally subverted and ruined, we have had our government completely debauched, we have had the people divided into semi-waring factions, and on, and on.. These plans are all outlined in what the Zionists call a fraudulent anti-semitic document called The Protocols. > Well, if you can't discuss Canadian taxes in a rational way, I'll > just set my filter to trash your messages and I'll never get to see > them --- just like many other subscribers have already done. Comment: Go ahead, If you wish to stick your head in the sand! Just remember, though, when you do that, you are exposing other vulnerable parts. > When a few people began flaming a US Tax News Group, a moderated US > Tax Group was formed where postings such as yours never get on. Comment: Interesting. That sure sounds like you only wish to hear what your propaganda machine wishes to tell you. Why don't you just tune into Revenue Canada's webpages? They'll tell you all you wish to know about income taxes. > Now how about discussing the merits of a flat income tax or raising > personal tax credits? Or is that too much to ask of you? Comment: Void the voidable fraudulent contract which made you a legal entity called a taxpayer; and, you don't need tax credits. Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From sir.danielNOsiSPAM@home.com.invalid Mon Nov 1 02:14:42 EST 1999 Article: 21802 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!nntp-out.monmouth.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!news.algonet.se!algonet!newsfeed.icl.net!newsfeed.icl.net!newspeer.clara.net!news.clara.net!remarQ-uK!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Chev. Subject: Re: Caron v King (long response) Newsgroups: can.legal,can.taxes Message-ID: <2750ac20.65666c94@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 60 Bytes: 3190 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here X-Wren-Trace: eGVAaGlwN302Nnh/LiFlYn5zeUBobih2LmplaywjLHwkNnYqOnAoJTgzNw== Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 16:43:26 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941417172 10.0.2.42 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 16:46:12 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 16:46:12 PST Xref: hub.org can.legal:31439 can.taxes:21802 Noah? If I may assist: Mr. Jenuths, I believe you are mistaken. You say they have both agreed, correct? Under what lawful basis can they do so? Is not a provincial court, the recognized place for the hearing of constitutional matters? Yet, you state that both may hear constitutional matters, of late. Now, I do not know what law school you graduated from, but I dare say that it was not from the same one that VISCOUNT HALDANE did; for, his belief was the converse of yours. For clarification, I have posted the relevant statement, taken from [1921] 60 D.L.R. 513, wherein he succinctly stated: "For analogous reasons their Lordships think that sec. 101 of the B.N.A. Act, which enables the Parliament of Canada, notwithstanding anything in the Act, to provide for the establishment of any additional Courts for the better administration of the laws of Canada, cannot be read as enabling that Parliament to trench on provincial rights, such as the powers over property and civil rights in the Provinces exclusively conferred on their Legislatures." Now, Mr. Jenuths, is not the constitution the property of the people? How do you, as a learned legal mind, or any other lawyers of the ng, explain how the Federal Court can hear such matters, when the Privy Council, itself, stated - for the record - that "... s.101 of the BNA Act cannot be read as enabling the Parliament to trench on provincial rights..." as exclusively set forth in subject 14. of section 92 of the Act; regardless of its current title. Praytell, under what BNA section, does the Federal Court exercise such trenching authority? If either court excepted such encroachment as being the norm, then I would say that either court is in contempt of the Judicial Committee ruling and therefore, brings the administration of justice into disrepute, IMHO. Further, were the SCC to accept such a convention,then it is prima facie prove that the court, as of late, rules by policy, as I had noticed that Noah had intimated in a much earlier post. Surely, any of you learned persons of the legal profession, cannot sit there, at your keyboards, and condone such blatant disregard of the constitution, can you? If the courts can adopt such a cavalier attitude towards one particular ruling of the J.C., then it should be open-season for the SCC to visit any other J.C. ruling. If the highest court in the land - the Supreme Court of Canada - refuses to do so, then the judiciary should be put on notice that it may be in for a hell of a fight regarding prejudice and discrimination towards the people of Canada, trying to abide by the law. If you are correct, in your statements, then I fear that the people of Canada have been sorrowly misrepresented, IMHO, by the judiciary. I, for one, would certainly like to know when this *understanding* between the two courts developed. BTW Noah, keep the questions coming, its the only way any of us are going to learn what is truth and what is fiction. Chev. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From sir.danielNOsiSPAM@home.com.invalid Mon Nov 1 02:14:42 EST 1999 Article: 21804 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!WCG!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Chev. Subject: Re: Tax protestors Newsgroups: can.taxes,us.taxes,misc.taxes,can.politics,alt.politics.clinton Message-ID: <000b8d9b.6ee1a031@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> Lines: 22 Bytes: 1146 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7ttkcg$oa9$1@nntp2.atl.mindspring.net> <7ttnhb$lfe$1@nntp2.atl.mindspring.net> <##GUceDF$GA.341@cpmsnbbsa05> <7ttoj9$6bd$1@nntp2.atl.mindspring.net> <#5GvDwDF$GA.234@cpmsnbbsa05> <7uh027$7s8$1@dagger.ab.videon.ca> <380D49D6.570A3942@nunya.biz> <380deef4.12356927@news.netaxs.com> <380FD5D6.AC10F414@nunya.biz> <7v11gn$lfj$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <381932DF.346477DD@nunya.biz> <9vnS3.1034$HQ5.11282@news.rdc2.mi.home.com> <7vfg0n$urp$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <381BA2CC.BE2533EC@connection.com> X-Wren-Trace: ePLX//7noOqhoe/oubby9enk7tf/+b/huf3y/Lu0u+uzoeG9ree/sq+koA== Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 17:19:47 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.42 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941419542 10.0.2.42 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 17:25:42 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 17:25:42 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21804 us.taxes:22469 misc.taxes:91211 can.politics:370105 alt.politics.clinton:741612 Mr. Lavigne: Sorry to disappoint you, but that thinking does not apply to Requirements To Pay. I should know, I have had over $700,000 worth of them issued against me and companies I am a director of. According to the Criminal Code of Canada, "money" is defined as *property*. When RevCan or the IRS seizes a bank account, they are not seizing the accoutn, but rather instructing the Debtor (the bank, etc.) to convey to itself as third party, assets that would normally be paid to the Creditor (the one accused); all this, with blatant contempt for the principle of law which is enshrined within the premise of *due process*. Were you or I, or even the poster to even attempt to effect such unlawful act, we would be charged with extortion, theft, or conversion. Apparently, neither the IRS or RevSCAM are afraid of such charges being accepted by a member of the court, so both simply conduct the unlawful practice, because no magistrate is going to oppose either. Chev. * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From garmecNOgaSPAM@my-deja.com.invalid Mon Nov 1 02:14:42 EST 1999 Article: 21808 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!newsfeed.cwix.com!newshub.northeast.verio.net!rutgers!cnn.Princeton.EDU!news.eecis.udel.edu!netnews.com!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Noah Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.9f016185@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> Lines: 16 Bytes: 737 X-Originating-Host: 209.53.158.176 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <3814bfab.17730169@news.calgary.telusplanet.net> <0a0133f8.3f27d365@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <3814c673.600949@24.9.0.17> <000b8d9b.67dcbcf7@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eFVwWFlAB00GEkBPXRBXfEpfCFRVWxQNU1ZXFg4RFVsPAFsFDk0OCg4C Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 23:10:10 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.11 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940918157 10.0.2.11 (Mon, 25 Oct 1999 23:09:17 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Mon, 25 Oct 1999 23:09:17 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21808 Truth is, I cannot not lay claim to the "story", As I have told you, the "release" is not mine. In the interest of privacy, I purposefully left-off the contact party. What I find very intriguing is that the *story* has not hit the media. Guess the author was right. Perhaps someone could go to the courthouse and review the transcript tape for the session. Then we'd know who's telling the truth. As I do not live in Alberta, it is not likely to be me. BTW, the author is David Lindsay. There there, now; no need for any of you to exercise hare-kari any longer. ;-) Noah * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Mon Nov 1 02:14:42 EST 1999 Article: 21812 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!newsfeed.tli.de!newsfeed.cwix.com!newshub.northeast.verio.net!rutgers!cnn.Princeton.EDU!news.eecis.udel.edu!netnews.com!newspeer.monmouth.com!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge (link) Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <11f733ec.0f7e7f2e@usw-ex0102-013.remarq.com> Lines: 25 Bytes: 1114 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.142.62 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <381512e7.20175448@24.9.0.17> <3815D67C.850BE198@oanet.com> <3815DD23.AEEF4A3D@oanet.com> <7v4o2i$f1b$1@bcarh8ab.ca.nortel.com> <3815F044.99EFACF0@davidsherman.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eN/60tPKjceMmszA243T18Psx9XO1p7A1p3T09uLlM+Jl86HhtGbhYGQjYg= Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:22:58 -0700 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.13 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 940965721 10.0.2.13 (Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:22:01 PDT) NNTP-Posting-Date: Tue, 26 Oct 1999 12:22:01 PDT Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21812 "David M. Sherman" wrote: > I found interesting the line: "He was arrested for obstruction > of justice. Wishewan showed up at the scene and informed Lindsay he > was his legal counsel." Since it appears that Wishewan is not in fact > a lawyer (he's not in the Canadian Law List, and his actions as > reported certainly suggest that he's not!), I would imagine that's > an offence under the Alberta Law Society Act, or whatever the > equivalent statute is. Comment: Sorry David. The law society act only applies to "dead" persons or fictions. The Common Law forbids a "fiction" or "dead" person from exposing or expositing on the law. The law is for truth and living human beings. ALL lawyers are operating in the "Fiction" - and most obviously are "Brain dead". Mr. Wishewan is a sovereign natural human being LIVING in Alberta. He has absolute right to DO law - he doesn't have to "practise". Eldon Warman Detax Author and Consultant * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Mon Nov 1 02:14:43 EST 1999 Article: 21816 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!howland.erols.net!nntp.abs.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon3.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Citizen's Arrest on Alberta judge Newsgroups: can.taxes,can.legal,can.politics Message-ID: <1a4a5014.86bbd616@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 35 Bytes: 1929 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.178 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <7v29m9$ihi$1@nnrp1.deja.com> <38179AB7.E66010FC@home.com> <004aa0e3.0e4863f8@usw-ex0102-009.remarq.com> <3818A7EE.5983@direct.ca> <0a0133f8.df7d2ae0@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.bc0e5584@usw-ex0102-011.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.02c12f52@usw-ex0101-002.remarq.com> <381cd30e.6710919@news1.on.sympatico.ca> X-Wren-Trace: eODF7ez1svizpfP/5LLs6PzT+Orx6aH/6aLs7OS0q/C2qPG4ue6kur2vtbK2 Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:34:59 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon3 941431066 10.0.2.6 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:37:46 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:37:46 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21816 can.legal:31451 can.politics:370184 Keith, You may be correct that an "actual" or "express" notice may be a more correct instrument to stop a trespass; however, a "constructive " notice seems to be more in the nature of my "I believe" approach to the nullification of the "taxpayer" fraudulent contract. Since "actual" requires hard evidence of a wrong, and my program approaches the fraud as a perceivesd fraud according to understandings and beliefs, the time period for a proper answer is provided for the wrong doer to commence court action to prove that the contract is "good". Failure to respond with such a proper answer then results in a default voiding of the claimed to be fraudulent contract. You quote a lot of old common law precepts; however, the common law was/is based upon common folks being able to know and do the law without aid of highly educated lawyers - that ability being based upon the negative golden rule. The inticacies about which you refer have obviously crept into the common law interpretations as lawyers grabbed more and more control of the justice system. Sure, a lot more people are educated somewhat more in reading and writing ability than were people 500 years ago; however, most people still do not grasp complicated law issues - and shouldn't have to. Also, the law and the justice system should not be complicated or difficult to understand. The fact that lawyers have made it so is a travesty of common law rights i and of itself. It is not what politicians (usually lawyers), judges (now all lawyers) and lawyers want law and society to be, it is what the People want it to be. I assure you, what we have in Canada today is NOT what the Canadian People want. Nor, is it what they are going to settle for in the future. Eldon Warman * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free! From egwarmanNOegSPAM@hotmail.com.invalid Mon Nov 1 02:14:43 EST 1999 Article: 21817 of can.taxes Path: hub.org!hub.org!news.maxwell.syr.edu!news.mindspring.net!remarQ-easT!rQdQ!supernews.com!remarQ.com!remarQ69!WReNclone!WReNphoon4.POSTED!WReN!not-for-mail From: Eldon Warman Subject: Re: Back To Canadian Income Taxes Newsgroups: can.taxes Message-ID: <0a0133f8.88ef0358@usw-ex0101-006.remarq.com> Lines: 23 Bytes: 967 X-Originating-Host: 209.197.141.178 Organization: http://www.remarq.com: The World's Usenet/Discussions Start Here References: <00372b38.53869a53@usw-ex0101-003.remarq.com> <000b8d9b.082242b1@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> <7v53t5$2aui$1@hub.org> <17599f0b.f9b3b178@usw-ex0101-008.remarq.com> <7v5kkl$221i$1@hub.org> <000b8d9b.168f761e@usw-ex0102-010.remarq.com> <2750ac20.2577bbcf@usw-ex0106-042.remarq.com> <1415c574.fafa39bf@usw-ex0102-016.remarq.com> X-Wren-Trace: eNz50dDJjsSPmc/D2I7Q1MDvxNbN1Z3D1Z7Q0NiIl8yKlM2EhdKYhoGTiY6K Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:43:25 -0800 NNTP-Posting-Host: 10.0.2.6 X-Complaints-To: wrenabuse@remarq.com X-Trace: WReNphoon4 941431760 10.0.2.6 (Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:49:20 PST) NNTP-Posting-Date: Sun, 31 Oct 1999 20:49:20 PST Xref: hub.org can.taxes:21817 "David Smith" wrote: > Eldon, > Prove to the members of this newsgroup that your de-tax program > works. Let's hear some testimonials from your abundant following. Comment: Go to my GuestBook at: http://www.theguestbook.com/vgbook/30272.gbook Best I can do at the moment. I really don't care if anyone uses or believes in my detax program. I have not posted it for commercial purposes. Detaxing falls within the same catagory as being born or dying, you must do it yourself. I have maintained my status as a sovereign natural person relative to the income tax since 1985. Works for me. Whether anyone else wishes to use it is entirely up to them. And, of course, I am not about to post a bunch of names of people who expect privacy and confidentiality. Eldon Warman http://www.detaxcanada.org * Sent from RemarQ http://www.remarq.com The Internet's Discussion Network * The fastest and easiest way to search and participate in Usenet - Free!

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