Fredericton Mayor Brad Woodside Attends General Assembly

Mayor Brad Woodside at General Assembly

Following city council meeting Mayor Brade Woodside attended the General Assembly meeting at Occupy Fredericton where he spoke to those in attendance. The Mayor cited the cities and his position on Occupy Fredericton, clarified that the letter was not an order but a request to vacate to allow for the traditional Christmas Tree Celebration.

Many questions were asked, to which the Mayor answered. The Mayor assured the General Assembly that unlike other Municipalities he was not going to order the police to forcibly remove the Occupants. Discussion between Occupy Fredericton and the Mayor are on going.

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2 Responses to Fredericton Mayor Brad Woodside Attends General Assembly

  1. Freedom Revolution says:

    I like your mayor.. after watching this video.. he doesn’t fluoridate your water either.. maybe you’re on the right track.. hang in there.. you’re in the capital of our province.. that means a lot too.

  2. Jason says:

    Standing under the Royal Law

    To the private man Brad acting as the mayor of Fredericton.

    Hello, my name is minister Jason of the family Savoy and I performing the functions of my ministerial calling, to make you aware that your councils decision to evict the Occupy Fredericton movement is a violation of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms regardless if the by-law was passed to have them removed. If you take a look at the Constitution Act of 1982 section 52 states that:

    1) The Constitution of Canada is the supreme law of Canada, and any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, of no force or effect.

    Therefore your council decision to have the protesters moved is of no force or effect, would your office agree with that statement in-regards to the interpretation of the Constitution Act of 1982?

    I believe if you refer to section 2 of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms you will see for yourself that everyone has the following fundamental freedoms:

    (a) freedom of conscience and religion;

    (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;

    (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and

    (d) freedom of association.

    Would your office agree with that interpretation of the Charter of Rights concerning the rights of the protesters?

    I’m sure your also aware the 122 of the Criminal Code of Canada is defined as Breach of Trust by public officer, which means that the questions I have asked are very relevant, would you agree?

    I also would like to make you aware as a member of the government, your bound by your Oath of Allegiance to do your duties to the Queen to defend the Laws she herself has sworn to defend, with all of her power.

    2

    I would like to ask you a few questions in regards to your understanding of your duties to the Queen. First I would like to make it clear that, if you haven’t sworn the Oath of Allegiance you’re in violation of the federal Oath of Allegiance Act which states that:

    2. (1) Every person who, either of his own accord or in compliance with any lawful requirement made of the person, or in obedience to the directions of any Act or law in force in Canada, except the Constitution Act, 1867 and the Citizenship Act, desires to take an oath of allegiance shall have administered and take the oath in the following form, and no other:

    I, ……………….., do swear that I will be faithful and bear true allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, Queen of Canada, Her Heirs and Successors. So help me God.

    Is this the format in which your Oath was administered?

    If you have taken the provincial Oath of Office alone, I’m sure your aware that this would be considered taking the oath in another form other than the act requires, making this a breach of 126 of the C.C.C Disobeying an Act of Parliament.

    Also I would like to ask you if your Oath requires you to uphold the Royal Law the Queen defends? trick question……of course it does. Could you please define the Royal Law which was sworn by the Queen to defend in her Coronation Oath of 1952?

    You also have to be aware that not being able to express your duties to the Queen in full is also a breach of trust and could be considered perjury if your intent was to lie to get your job. It also could possibly make you look as though you were incompetent at the time you were sworn in, which I’m sire neither of these are the case. I’m sure that a man in your position is an honest man and has a full understand of the what his duties to defend the Royal Law means, I’m just making sure for the safety of the public that your fully competent of your duties.
    3
    Do you have the right to make your own definition of what it means to swear true allegiance to the Queen?
    Please define the Royal Law you have sworn to defend a long side the Queens who styled as defender of the faith in the Royal Styles Act.
    If your unaware of the definition of the Royal Law I would suggest you read the Coronation Oath of 1953, which defines in detail the laws the Queen swears to defend. I’ll give you a clue, you place your hand on this in-order to swear to defend it when you took your Oath.
    I would also like you to know that the people who are participating in the occupy movement are doing so for a moral, benevolent purpose. Which means that, if a minister decides to open the assemblage under 176 of the Criminal Code before Friday it would be a violation of this section of the criminal code and whomever is responsible for the interruption could be charged under a summery conviction.
    Section 19 Ignorance of the Law by a person who commits and offense is not an excuse.
    I hope that this communication can bring some resolution to accommodate the occupy movement. I have communicated these facts to many of the people who are camp outside of the City hall and I will be there Thursday to reinforce the idea of holding those responsible accountable and I’m going to try and make it for the Friday dead line to document on camera the unlawful eviction of protesters, taking badge numbers and names and teaching those who have been violated to take matters in their own hands and fill charges with a form 506,788 information form.
    4
    If you decided that it would be best to allow the protest to continue, unlike the other unlawful cities who do not care about people’s rights that would be great and many blessings will come from that, if you decided to evict the protesters I would make it my personal goal to teach everyone violated how to hold all government officials accountable for the violations and bring charges forward against the City and all involved…If you would like to contact me for question you can do so by the email above. Blessing Kelly and I hope that Yahuwah guides you to the right decisions. minister Jason of the family Savoy

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