We are living in a time where priests are being arrested for holding church and living in countries without the "rule of law". We recommend with all the suggestions below you also get very strong in your knowingness, but also take the time to truly comprehend and innerstand that you are a free and powerful being. This is a fact that no one in a uniform or any entity can take away from you. Feel free to watch our zoom calls or review our spiritual/healing page to help raise your frequency so that you emanate an aura of peace and freedom. It is also strongly recommended that you take the time to review Common Law 101. If you want to take it a step further, go through our Birth Certificate Remedy page.
1) Dealing with Police – HAVE A MIRROR WITH YOU AND FACE IT TOWARDS THE OFFICER. It's always a good idea to have a copy of the International Tribunal letter of safe conduct on your person: https://exopolitics.blogs.com/files/bearer-letter---certificate-of-safe-conduct-health-safety.pdf. To comprehend how to properly use this, you really need to get strong in your knowledge of Common Law, International Law, and even brush up on your knowledge of the Canadian Bill of Rights that the officers swear a common law oath to. You are not part of their jurisdiction. You do not "stand under" them (don't say "I understand" to anything they ask).
Start the conversation with:
a) Are you acting under your oath right now?
b) Do you understand your duties and responsibilities?
c) Do you understand my rights?
d) Are you aware that the laws of civil procedure do not apply to a living, breathing man or woman? (Note: they definitely won't know this one, but it's important to state it nonetheless)
Their duties are as follows:
Police Services Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. P.15 Current as of April 14, 2020 Declaration of principles:
1 Police services shall be provided throughout Ontario in accordance with the following principles:
1. The need to ensure the safety and security of all persons and property in Ontario.
2. The importance of safeguarding the fundamental rights guaranteed by the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Human Rights Code. Duties of a Police Officer: 42 (1) The duties of a police officer include, (a) preserving the peace; (b) preventing crimes and other offences and providing assistance and encouragement to other persons in their prevention; (c) assisting victims of crime; (d) apprehending criminals & other offenders & others who may lawfully be taken into custody; (e) laying charges and participating in prosecutions; (2) A police officer has authority to act as such throughout Ontario. (3) A police officer has the powers and duties ascribed to a constable at common law.
Document everything. Get a name, badge number and business card. Video record it. Livestream it. If they have arrived on scene to trespass you or something to that effect REMAIN CALM. Change the dialogue into reporting a crime: ie "Someone is violating my human rights" or "Someone is infringing on the Bill of Rights" or "My fundamental right to _____ is being denied". At which point you can ask them "Officer, do you understand your role under the Police Services Act? If so do you understand my rights?".
If they do not, and they chose to act against their oath then you have a masked and armed unknown individual and your safety is at risk. Make this declaration as well as letting them know that they are also in in violation of the Criminal Code of Canada section 130(1), personating an officer of the peace.
If you make it to this point and you genuinely feel threatened, do not attack them. Instead, we recommend using a sound device, like a "Hootie".
2) Dealing with Bylaw: Same as above, but remove the police sections
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