Today I have to quote from the case of John Peter Zenger a printer in New York City in 1733, in British colonial America.
"The exposing of public wickedness is a duty which every man owes to the truth and his country, and can never be libel in the nature of things." Cato (The pseudonym of John Peter Zenger)
Minions of the law cannot justify the suspension of Constitutional Rights to give certain privileges to a minority, as they claim it to be in protection of that minority's linguistic or religious status in any community.
Since the very Constitution belongs to the people, and not the government, neither the government not its appointed court judges have the power to suspend or abridge those constitutional rights, without the consent of the people, thus finding itself in flagrant breach of the law.
Judges must obey the Constitution just as any ordinary citizen has to do. So judges do not have the power to abridge the Constitution or alter it in any way or form, and thus only the parliament of Canada has any power to make such amendments to the Constitution but only at the behest of the citizens.
But that is exactly what was done by three appeal court judges of the Supreme Court of Canada in its ruling on Russell Township, Ontario's illegal bilingual signage law, Wherein they cannot unilaterally decided to amend the Constitution and grant privileges to a minority that was already lusting for power. That this was in effect a move made by those judges to void a part of the Constitution that they felt necessary to justify by their mindset. But this goes on to show just how these minions of the justice system assume an omnipotence which is way beyond their jurisdiction. Thus judges are not elected persons and do not have more power than those elected to parliament or an assembly, and as such do not have the power to alter the Constitution in any way.
But, this goes even further, when one considers that the Premier of Ontario decided to as he said suspend the Canadian Constitution during the G20 summit on Toronto, Ontario. That act was totally illegal, since he had wandered into Federal jurisdiction and then assumed that he had the as much power as the Prime Minister of Canada, which he certainly did not have as a provincial premier. But being a man who has always assumed that his job gives him limitless power, continues to breach any and every law and then makes light of it, as if it was a joke.
To quote Lord Acton:
"Power corrupts; absolute power corrupts absolutely!"
To quote George Orwell:
"In a time of universal deceit telling the truth becomes a revolutionary act!"
A quote by Will Rogers
"The more you observe politics, the more you've got to admit that each party is worse than the other."
On that final note, I will bring this epistle to a close.
Kenneth T. Tellis