Foreword by sib
A short introduction to those who may not or only vaguely be informed on the relationship between the common men (women) of this country and what they perceive as their government, the institutions providing services by their extension fulfilling the role of trustees, be it national, provincial or municipal as we used to understand..
It wasn’t too hard to miss that Canada Post, NS-Power, Access Nova Scotia and most other Organization and key individuals have first been morphed into Corporations, in effect transformed into commercial entities. A true government of sovereign people can not be sold without the people’s explicit and knowing consent, this would be preposterous. Herein lays a minefield of discussions.
But in going to the bottom of this you will find that your status is not as clear as you may expect. And it would be wrong to assume that this was a specific Canadian idea cooked up by bored Parliamentarians, no the story goes much deeper. By powers which shouldn’t be this system has been applied to most countries, registering all legal entities into a system named Dunn & Bradstedt or DUNS, UPIK. If you noticed that all fruits are numbered in our Sobeys/ Superstores etc, why be surprised if you have been too, in preparation and not for some overzealous pea counters. Some eagerly forward acting individuals and some already forced to wear militarily, security personal etc find it not objectionable to carry an under the skin RFID chip to prove that they actually exist. Super eh… Code bars you know but that is old tech.
Anything done by “governance” is absolutely within the Law (not necessary legal), it is just your perception of it is surprisingly lopsided if you dare to enter this rabbit hole issue. Unfortunately elections are not the handle with which you can lay hold on your country, it is the other way around; by consent of your action you confirm the bond put upon you by your mother at birth registering you.
Search out for example how much property rights you really have! How can you have, because according to the fundamental laws, not all civil but much in accordance to admiralty or commercial law, you are owned as a legal entity.
A legal fiction is created and maintained beside you; the “straw man”.
Please note how some letters ( voluntary communication, advertising etc) even from Governments, Banks, Businesses addressing you in regular large first, small letter after written name. All those others relating to business, legal connection to you are entirely written in capital (upper case) letter name.. Odd, accident, no small printing types available? No, anything written in capital (upper case) letters indicates a legal fiction, a legal entity, your status, a business etc. even within Governments
This is called capitis diminutio maxima CDM and designates a status stemming from roman law namely the lowest of three…. the slave class. The maximal reducing of your head, you could say legal beheading. So if I greet you as my fellow slave I am right on.
I am told there are exceptions, ’cause somebody must be the master, and there are….
Now you know why those in charge at different level cannot act like they would but must follow certain rules. This fiction is maintained through ignorance by the people and careful avoidance of this topic in press, political discourse and wherever relevant issues could be affected. Oh yes, de-bunkers, but ask what drives those?? cui bono?
This explains the unfettered audacity to change the whole legal standing of perceived government systems, their being incorporated and sold off to larger interest eventually.
This ties in to another big topic we should visit later.
Important aspect is the increase of bonding of the unsuspecting people by increasing their debt load as all birth certificates are bonds and traded as a collateral against borrowed money, yes.
Note , you will find plenty of info and knowledge within this blog and on the net, now and as we move along.
Access NS is such an agency and if not yet being sold it can be at any time like Nova Scotia Power was. Always clouded in secret negotiations and non disclosed contracts.
This template is increasingly applied among nations ruled by privately owned Central Banks or in Canada’s case by the Canada Central Banks but their key features, the ominous money creation (Fiat money,) granted to RBC and TD banks.
Anyone should ponder the question if Government agencies as well as segments of governments themself are not “civil” authorities anymore what this would mean to us citizen?
This development is not new, so if you think you are shareholder, co-owner, partner etc you are mistaken. You role is to hold the bag, this part you are already sure of, eh.
So look at Amalgamation, it is designed to concentrate and consolidate the value of “our” towns, places, lands where we call home first, to be at a later convenient time, in true hedge fond manner, broken up and sold out. Inject here the greatly enlarged ability to take out bigger loans and adding to their respective debt, subsequently putting communities in a very difficult position to providing essential services in a sound way . Goes without saying that larger communities precipitate increased project sized appropriate or not, always with all the frills and whistles under obedience to true politicly correct fashion, to maximize cost.
True Hegelian I say. not even considering other nefarious impacts yet to be considered. Please read this article below
Service Nova Scotia’s Registry of Motor Vehicles takes in $120 million a year to register vehicles, peddle license plates, test drivers, etc. The agency costs $30 million to $35 million a year to operate, meaning it nets the provincial treasury between $85 million and $90 million a year.
But the registry’s technology needs upgrading — to the tune of $30 million.
So, instead of borrowing to do that and amortizing the cost over a period of years, as governments usually do, Service Nova Scotia Minister Mark Furey mused last week about shopping the services — along with those provided by provincial land and stock registries — to the private sector.
He’s more than musing.
Last year, his government quietly hired consultants Ernest & Young to look into whether outsourcing — government-speak for privatizing — these functions makes sense. Furey has its report, but he won’t tell you what it says, or let you read it, because that could compromise the government’s negotiating position with potential private-sector partners.
Uh… just musing?
Despite what Furey claims — privatizing would allow for “significant cost avoidance” and allow the government to focus on providing “core services” — this isn’t about delivering better service, providing service more efficiently or even saving the government money in the long run.
It is about making the books look good, and eliminating as many public sector workers as possible before the next provincial election.
When the Manitoba government did what the Nova Scotia government is poised to do, its private sector partner absorbed the cost of the upgrade, paid the government a $75-million signing bonus and promised to pay annual royalties of $11 million, rising to $24 million by the end of the 30-year deal.
The other option would be to upgrade through the public sector and pay off the cost in installments. Let’s do the math: Nova Scotia could borrow $40 million at today’s low interest rates, and pay the cost off over time and continue to net close to $85 million or $90 million annually instead of, well — tops — $24 million.
Makes sense economically.
But borrowing would add to the appearance of provincial debt (bad) while the $75-million private-sector signing bonus could help government magicians make the deficit appear to disappear in the lead-up to a provincial election (very good).
Makes sense politically.
Guess which option will win out in the end?
Stephen Kimber is a professor of journalism at the University of King’s College in Halifax and an award-winning writer, editor and broadcaster.