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Abolish Canada's/Quebeck's ILLEGAL Language Laws - Immediately!

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This is an online petition that DEMANDS Canada's elected representatives - do what they were hired and are obligated to do.  That is: To Protect the rights and freedoms - of the People of Canada - above all!   Under no circumstances may they - ignore - violate or abuse their powers.  And yet, they have done exactly that,  for over 40 years,  by endorsing the criminal language loi's, in our Canadian Province of Quebeck. These illegal laws have foisted  chaos and destruction never witnessed throughout our history! The Illegal Language Laws of Quebeck - are a gross & abusive violation of the very foundation of Our Constitution!  They make a mockery, of Our -Statutes Of Law Making Regulations,  that clearly state: "...that any law, bill amendment introduced (including language rights) that diminishes the rights (in any way) of the people of Canada -or- segment of the population:  "Shall be deemed NULL & VOID" and any elected representative introducing them "Shall be immediately removed from their position.. and/or face criminal prosecution.   

Our Elected Representatives, have in fact -  grossly abused their 'limited powers and positions'. They have deliberately Misled the People of Canada - they are 'duty bound' to protect!  The illegal - 'enactment of these appalling,  ethnic cleansing  language 'laws'  are clearly NOT  there to,  'protect the French language'!  They are there to ERASE the English language and culture Out of Quebeck, period!  Such 'laws'  are condemned 'throughout' the International Covenant of Human Rights.  that alongside 60 nations - both Quebec & Canada have signed and flagrantly abused!!  Below, I've highlighted in part- not all -  sections that our political representatives have and arrogantly continue to violate and abuse.

Note** Our elected officials  work for us!  Under no circumstances, may they 'create a free-for-all of laws'  designed to work against us. We, the people, who pay the bills,  must demand the shameful & disgraceful actions, of 'our elected officials' will not be tolerated.  The decades of -illegal laws and unaccountability- must end today!

Let's do our part to remind them, who they, in fact work for, and the rules & regulations they must honor & obey.

International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights,

New York, 16 December 1966


                    The Universal Declaration of Human Rights of 1948 was codified into two Covenants, which the General Assembly adopted on 16 December 1966. Together with the Optional Protocols, they constitute the "International Bill of Human Rights". The Covenant is a landmark in the efforts of the international community to promote human rights. It defends the right to life and stipulates that no individual can be subjected to torture, enslavement, forced labour and arbitrary detention or be restricted from such freedoms as movement, expression and association. 

                Key Provisions 

                    The Covenant is divided into six parts. Part I reaffirms the right of self-determination. Part II formulates general obligations by States parties, notably to implement the Covenant through legislative and other measures, to provide effective remedies to victims and to ensure gender equality, and it restricts the possibility of derogation. Part III spells out the classical civil and political rights, including the right to life, the prohibition of torture, the right to liberty and security of person, the right to freedom of movement, the right to a fair hearing, the right to privacy, the right to freedom of religion, freedom of expression, freedom of peaceful assembly, the right to family life, the rights of children to special protection, the right to participate in the conduct of public affairs, the over-arching right to equal treatment, and the special rights of persons belonging to ethnic, religious and linguistic minorities. Part IV regulates the election of members of the Human Rights Committee, the State reporting procedure and the inter-State complaints mechanism. Part V stipulates that nothing in the Covenant shall be interpreted as impairing the inherent right of all peoples to enjoy and to utilize fully their natural resources. Part VI provides that the Covenant shall extend to all parts of federal States and sets out the amendment procedure. The Covenant is not subject to denunciation.  

                    The Human Rights Committee monitors implementation by States parties in a variety of ways. Initial and periodic reports are examined by the plenary, which formulates concluding observations with concrete recommendations. In order to assist States parties in preparing reports, the Committee has formulated 28 general comments, which constitute a commentary on the provisions of the Covenant. Well in advance of the examination of a report, the Committee forwards a list of issues to the State party concerned. The list is prepared by the members and takes into consideration information received from other United Nations organs and specialized agencies as well as from non-governmental organizations.




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