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“Let me tell you why you’re here…

You’re here because you know something.

What you know you can’t explain,
but you feel it.

You felt it your entire life
that there’s something very wrong with the world.

You don’t know what it is—but it’s there,
like a splinter in your mind,
driving you mad…”.

Go to Rabbit Hole Grand Central for links to all pages

 

 

Links to

more pages

you might

find

interesting

August 27th 2022 …

 

Message to Canadians

Seems news from Canada
has sort of dried up
since the truckers rally
earlier this year.

If you’re a Canadian and have some
information to share about anything
send a message.

Canadian First Nation
crisis flag

being flown in Ottawa now
February 2022

view books by Kevin Annett

Both Australia and Canada
have been raped, pillaged and plundered
ever since they was originally settled and
the indigenous populations was removed

Australian traitors who sold us out
have their own page

Here’s a start about Canada’s traitors

This page was started 7 February 2022
and is ongoing ‘work in progress’.
Contributions welcomed.

Quebec people …

just so you know who your officials
are really working for 

Dunno who the ‘official’ is   …
but his boss isn’t you

This young guy is more clued up
than most ‘adults’

 

What’s going on in Ottawa?

Is the truckers rally
WHAT IT SEEMS TO BE?

No-one can deny
Kim Goguen can tell a good story.

Caution in case that’s all it is.

What’s going on in Ottawa?

Are the Canadian police
WHAT THEY SEEM TO BE?

The image and the video below came from different sources.

Neither can be verified.

Make of them whatever you will.

Video

What’s going on in Ottawa?

Is the Canadian truckers
freedom rally
WHAT IT SEEMS TO BE?

Truckers rally logo.

A bit close to home with the
unnecessary 666 on the logo
much like the Chrome logo

The ‘spokes’ on this  logo are completely unnecessary

Sorry Canadians,
especially those who are
‘loyal to the the flag’
you’ve been shafted!

The image on the ‘NEW’ Canadian flag
isn’t a Maple Leaf
it’s some kind of masonic emblem
based on a pentagram.

Here’s MORE Masonic symbols

perhaps you can find it

Video below,
how to create a
LOGO 
for a Canadian Flag

Australia/Canada
something
quietly happened
to our ‘commonwealth’ countries
and their relationship with England
and the ‘Queen’
around the same time
(about 1965 onwards).

It’s likely New Zealand’s in the same boat
but no information has
been found yet to support this
other than the following 

 

 

From the Wakaminenga Maori Government
Aotearoa Nu Tireni New Zealand

Official Statement

Web Page

Declaration of protection for protesters at Parliament

United Tribes (NZ)
Unofficial Flag

The ‘populations’ weren’t consulted
or advised.
No referendums were held to confirm consent,
as required by their constitutions so,
since then,
all ‘governments’ in both countries
that have given the impression they
swore an oath to the crown lied.

If their members chose to
swear an oath to Freemasonry,
(which ALL Freemasons must swear),
the Freemason oath supersedes
any other oath they made.

This means the have CHOSEN to
betray their country and they are traitors.

read the Masonic oath HERE

Canada, (and Australia, and probably New Zealand),  has no relationship with any English ‘commonwealth’, has no constitution that protects the rights of Canadians does not have the ‘protection’ of the Queen of England and is ruled by Admiralty Law, not Common Law.

And, the ‘NEW’ Canadian flag isn’t a Maple Leaf.

Never was.

The ‘red’ Canadian flag, (why red?), is based on a pentagram. (It’s only a guess but it looks like a ‘crown’. Further research may reveal more information).

The video above, (and many other YouTube videos that do the same thing), describe how to draw a ‘Maple Leaf’.

(Start with a pentagram, then …)

It’s been a con all along, as usual in clear sight.

The ‘new’ Canadian flag was introduced in the mid-1960’s, (which nobody got a say in – it just turned up despite the protestations of many), to replace the original flag which was connected to the UK.

Why did Canada decide it needed a new flag and one without any reference to England?

Maybe this was because, at that time, Canada was removed from the commonwealth and the Queen of England was sacked.

Canadians, (and Australians), were not consulted about this and this move was not put to a vote in a referendum to make it legal.

Ask any Canadian, even today, and they, like Australians, will consider their countries are still part of the commonwealth and ‘ruled’ by the Queen of England.

They’re not – even though they maintain fake positions of a ‘Governor General’ who represents the Queen of England to continue the illusion they are.

Both Canadians and Australians was having their constitutions pulled out from under them without their knowledge in order that the central bankers could take over.

The page ‘Australian Traitors’ on this website explains what happened in Australia in more detail.

Just about ALL Canadians don’t know this – and searching online for information is just about useless.

A copy of the, (amended), Canadian Constitution is downloadable HERE.

As with all constitution these days the written word seems to have little resemblance to the reality of what actually happens.

Bit by bit, citizens rights have been stripped away and are now, in reality, a thing of the past and government, protected by it’s bands of hired thugs, (who are likely recruited into Freemasonry themselves),  make up their own rules to suit their agenda.

Just ask any inhabitant of Aboriginal descent.

In many respects, this is the way it’s always been – it’s just that now, the cats out of the bag.

Click button image above for
Canadian Constitution (revised)

Video - click image

We’ll keep this
for historical purposes

‘Many Canadian think this guy above
is the cause of all their troubles’

He’s not – he’s just the hired help
He’s disposable –
and he knows it

It’s the hidden people he works for call the shots
and they’re worse monsters than he is.

Even if this guy ‘went’ the troubles would continue
.

Seems all countries have got one
and there’s probably a whole population
of ‘wannabees’ waiting in line to be them
Check below.


Let’s have a look at the

seemingly self-appointed
‘Queen’ of Canada
Romana Didulo

Romana’s
‘Kingdom of Canada’

f
lag below

A bit too close for comfort?
Seems to have the same structure
as the current flag.

Seems Ms Didulo is still causing some confusion.

After some time it’s generally accepted
Ms. Didulo is not what she attempted to portray herself as.

Time to relegate her to the anals of history and move on.

This is the ‘official’ spin
on the ‘NEW’ Canadian constitution

 

What You Need to Know About Canada’s Constitution

What is a constitution?

A constitution is the supreme law of the land. It takes precedence over all other laws in the country. A constitution describes how a country governs itself. It contains rules or principles which tell the government what it can or cannot do. If the government makes a law that contradicts the constitution, a court can tell the government that the law is ‘unconstitutional’ and therefore that it has no effect.

A constitution can also guarantee rights and freedoms for citizens. For example, in Canada, certain rights and freedoms are protected by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which is part of the Constitution. In this way, a constitution reflects a nation’s values. It has been described as “a mirror reflecting the national soul”.

Constitutions come in different shapes and sizes. Some are entirely written (like the Constitution of the United States of America), and some are not (like the Constitution of the United Kingdom). Some are partly written and partly unwritten (like Canada’s Constitution). Some constitutions change often, and some stay very stable. There are good reasons why it should be difficult for a country to change its constitution.

Because Canada’s Constitution is the country’s supreme law, changing it is a very serious matter.

If a government could easily change the constitution, there is the danger that changes could be made that would benefit the government’s short-term interest at the expense of the principles on which it was founded. For example, changing the constitution to limit citizen’s freedom of expression may help a government silence criticism, but this is a freedom that most Canadians feel is in the country’s best long-term interest.

What is Canada’s Constitution?

This question does not have a clear answer. Canada’s Constitution is partly written, and partly unwritten.

Written parts

An important written part of Canada’s Constitution is the Constitution Act, 1867. The Constitution Act, 1867, which was passed by the British Parliament, created the Dominion of Canada. It describes the basic structure of Canada’s government. Among other things, the Constitution Act, 1867 creates provincial legislatures, the Senate, and the courts.

It also describes how the federal and provincial governments divide their powers. For example, only the federal government has the power to make laws about crimes, and only the provincial governments can make laws about education.

The Constitution Act, 1982 was a major addition to the Constitution. Until 1982, the British Parliament had the power to control Canada’s Constitution. However, the federal and provincial governments patriated the Constitution in 1982. This means that the British Parliament gave Canada full control over its Constitution. Even though Canada patriated its Constitution in 1982, the Constitution Act, 1867 remains in full force.

The Constitution Act, 1982 has several parts. It includes the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. It protects the rights of Aboriginal peoples. It affirms that the Constitution is the supreme law of Canada, and that courts can “strike down” laws which are unconstitutional. It also describes the rules for changing the Constitution.

These rules make it hard to change the Constitution because most provinces need to agree on important changes, and provinces often disagree on big issues.

The 1867 and 1982 Acts are probably the most well-known written parts of the Constitution. However, there are other British and Canadian laws which are also part of the Constitution.

For example, the laws adding more provinces to Canada are constitutional documents. Older documents, like ancient treaties, royal proclamations, and even some British laws from the 18th century are considered part of the Constitution.

Unwritten parts

Canada’s Constitution is partly unwritten. How is that possible?

This is possible because the Constitution is “similar in Principle to that of the United Kingdom” which is completely unwritten. The Constitution Act, 1867 states that the Constitution is based on the Constitution of the United Kingdom, which contains unwritten principles and conventions. Courts are responsible for interpreting the unwritten elements.

The Supreme Court of Canada has said that unwritten principles are “assumptions upon which the text is based” and understood to be a part of the Constitution even though they are not written in the text. In that sense, the unwritten principles were always there, and the courts are merely describing them.

Some of these unwritten parts are called unwritten principles. These principles do not stand alone as rules. Instead, they “breathe life” into the Constitution and fill in some of the “gaps” in the text. For example, democracy is an important unwritten principle of the Constitution. Courts use this principle as a tool in interpreting the Constitution. Democracy, in part, means that legislatures are elected by popular vote and that citizens have the right to vote.

The principle of democracy includes respect for human dignity, justice and equality, diversity of beliefs, and the participation of individuals in society. When courts make decisions based on the Constitution, they can use democratic principles to guide their decisions.

Constitutional conventions are also unwritten. These are political rules, not legal rules. They are not found anywhere in the Constitution. They come from the practices of government officials. Politicians and government officials who do not follow them are not acting illegally, nor can courts enforce them.

However, they are part of Canada’s political fabric, and a part of the Constitution. For example, the Constitution states that Royal Assent is required before any bill becomes law.

However, it is a constitutional convention that the Governor General cannot use his or her discretion to refuse to give Royal Assent to a bill after it has been passed by the House of Commons and the Senate.

Canada’s Evolving Constitution

Even though parts of the Constitution are centuries old, it has been referred to as a “living tree” because its meaning can evolve over time as society changes. The Supreme Court of Canada has said that “the Constitution must be viewed as a ‘living tree capable of growth and expansion within its natural limits’”.

This metaphor is the way that courts in Canada should interpret the Constitution, “ensuring that Confederation can be adapted to new social realities”.

The Constitution may have meant one thing in 1867, but it could mean something different today. For example, the Constitution since 1867 has said that the federal government can make laws about marriage. In 1867, the meaning of marriage was limited to being between a man and a woman.

If the government had tried to change the definition of marriage, it probably would have been unconstitutional. However, in 2004, the Supreme Court of Canada said that the government was allowed to make laws about same-sex marriage. The Constitution by that point had evolved to reflect society’s values.

In contrast with how Canadian courts should interpret the Constitution, some judges in the United States prefer to interpret the American Constitution by what they thought it meant when it was first written, or by how other people living at the time would have interpreted it.

Where did Canada’s Constitution come from?

Canada’s Constitution was created by the United Kingdom because Canada was originally a colony of the UK. The Constitution Act, 1867 created the federal system of government. Canada could not change or add to this. The Constitution at that point also included older documents like the Treaty of Paris (1763) and the Quebec Act (1774).

After 1867, the Constitution began to evolve as the courts interpreted it. Until 1975, it was occasionally amended as Parliament grew and more provinces were added.

By the early 1980s, politicians decided it was time to patriate the Constitution. They wanted to have full control over it without having to ask the British Parliament for changes. What they needed was a formula or a process that would allow them to make changes to the Constitution that the federal and provincial governments could all agree to. Coming up with an amending formula that they could all agree with took many years. Finally, in November, 1981 the federal and provincial governments agreed to a formula.

As a result, the British Parliament passed the Canada Act 1982, giving Canada the power to control its Constitution. This Act included the Constitution Act, 1982, which contains the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Canada’s Constitution was now truly its own.

After 1982, the federal and provincial governments could use the amending formula to make their own changes.

 

 

Queen Elizabeth II
monster bloodline

Video - click image

Where are the Kamloops children?

Book Link: Unrepentant

Kevin Annett’s book – Unrepentant

Video:
Unrepentant

QUEEN ELIZABETH FOUND GUILTY
IN MISSING CHILDREN CASE
WHISTLE BLOWERS INCARCERATED

The order was issued in 2013 by six judges of the International Common Law Court of Justice in Brussels. Grieving parents haven’t seen their children since they left for a picnic with the Royal couple on Oct. 10 1964.

After nearly a year of litigation Queen Elizabeth and her husband Prince Phillip were found guilty in the disappearance of ten native children from the Catholic-run Kamloops residential school in British Columbia.

In 2017, the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State was asking concerned citizens to demand Cunningham’s immediate release. The ITCCS successfully prosecuted Queen Elizabeth’s kidnapping, along with 50,000 cases of other missing children.

Canada remains of 215 children found- Link https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-57291530

The abuse, trafficking, torture and murder of children appears endemic and continues to be actively practiced, and condoned, protected, by church, state, judicial and police globally.

Murder by Decree
Kevin Annett

Murder by decree

In Memory To the many tens of thousands of children who died while in the internment and death camps falsely called “Indian residential schools”;

To those men and women who have fought against impossible odds to recover the memory of those children and the truth of how they died, and bring to justice who and what is responsible;

And to those who suffer and die today at the hands of the same criminal system. “Earth, cover not their blood” And in Acknowledgment Of the heroic efforts of three ground breaking citizen-based Inquiries into Genocide in Canada:

The Truth Commission into Genocide in Canada (1998), The Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared (2005) and The International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (2010); and of Rev. Kevin D. Annett, who has fathered and led these movements from the beginning at enormous personal risk and sacrifice. What Canada and all survivors owe to him is incalculable.

 

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