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Is Bill C6 a Treasonous Plot?
Referencing the Preamble,
•Bill C6 is intended to subject Canadians to the interests of global corporations and foreign governments and institutions.
•Enforcement measures will be taken upon the Minister’s subjective belief (at who’s behest) that consumer products are harmful, and not upon full or scientific certainty.
Section 2,“government” means any of the following or their institutions:
Bill C6 a Threat to Canada’s Sovereignty
The Bill subjects Canadian markets and therefore Canadians to foreign governments and the interests of global corporations and organizations.
The Preamble to the Act states: “between the governments in this country and with foreign governments and international organizations”
Section 2 defines for the interpretation of the Act that government includes:
•2(e) a government of a foreign state or of a subdivision of a foreign state; or
•(f) an international organization of states (more...)
Bill C6 creates a barrier to our Canadian markets that only large corporations can surmount.
*Note: Confidential business and personal information will be shared with international organizations and global corporations. .
Bill C6 reads:
Section 6 No person shall manufacture, import, advertise or sell a consumer product that does not meet the requirements set out in the regulations.
Section 2 “manufacture” includes produce, formulate, repackage and prepare, as well as recondition for sale. (more...)
Seized property may only be returned to those who have received an order to have their property seized and have filed an official “review” to a delegated review officer from Health Canada within 7 days of seizure. Reviews can be immediately denied if not filed in proper order or appear to be “vexatious” or in “bad faith.” Health Canada is under no obligation to review seizure orders and can simply return any claims as, “Refusal to Review” There is absolutely no apparatus for those who have had property seized from them to defend themselves in a court of law. Under Bill C-6 not only are you potentially guilty until proven innocent, there is no obligation for the government to allow you to prove your innocence.
Codex, is an all encompassing food regulation monstrosity consisting of over 16 000 pages of guidelines laid down by un-elected foreign bureaucrats who are unaccountable to the people of Canada. Codex calls for a 100% genetic modification of all the world’s food along with a host of other rather nefarious ideas including setting maximum limits of nutrient consumption for sovereign Canadians.
Bill C-6: Stacking The Deck - A Classic Strategy
Health through Nutrition
The Nature of Government
It is obvious from the 800+ letters of protest that each senator has received that the opponents of C-6 far outnumber its proponents. Yet, only those in favour of the bill have thus far been allowed to testify. If things continue as they are, Shawn Buckley will be the only opponent of the bill testifying.
The hearings began with testimony from Health Canada officials who basically said, “Trust us”. Then came about 15 witnesses in favour of C-6. Shawn is the second last witness to be heard. Very last to testify is the Health Minister herself, whose words will be the freshest in the minds of the Committee.
It is absolutely certain that Shawn will demonstrate the unlawfulness of C-6 and present our position admirably. The outcome, however, is not certain. No matter how brilliant a lawyer’s case may be presented, Judges and juries do not always make the best decisions. We need to support Shawn by making sure that his is not a lone voice in the wilderness.
The deck is stacked. And we have two trump cards:
- Highest trump card is the fact that C-6 is unlawful. We need to get to play this card as many times as we can.
- Another trump card is Senator Day’s influence as official critic of C-6. He can help us play our #1 card.
This is how they have been gaining ground right under our very noses!
Bill C-6 effectively died during the prorogation of Parliament as all government bills do, but has since been re-introduced as Bill C-36 (The Canada Consumer
Product Safety Act), on June 9th, 2010. If passed into law, Bil C-36 will provide the framework in which Trade Agreements can become law without Parliamentary Review. This would give the government of Canada the legal “thumbs up” to continue on this path of integration, harmonization and consolidation.
So far we have been lucky. Bill C51 and C52 were killed when the election was called. Bill C6 was stopped by the Senate and sent back to the House of Commons for amendment. Thanks to the hard work of Canadian Health Freedom Fighters and others who value freedom of choice and individual rights, the Senate heard loud and clear that this type of legislation is unacceptable. It also helped that we had a Liberal Senate while Bill C6 was under review in the Senate. This is not the case now that Prime Minister Stephen Harper has stacked the Senate by appointing more Conservative Senators. With a Conservative Majority it will be very difficult to fight Bill C36 in the Senate. The battle will have to be won in the House of Commons.
The Canada Consumer Protection Act is back with a new name. On Wednesday, June 9th, Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq introduced Bill C-36, replacing the defeated Bill C-6.
The number may have changed, but the Bill and all of it's dangers are still the same. Bill C-36 is the old Bill C-6.