AKA Protect the Children
The spirit of this action is to defend the most vulnerable and defenseless group affected by the Pandemic: the children. They are not able to defend themselves against the criminals that are dictating our lives. Parents are legally responsible for the protection of their child(ren). This legal responsibility is expressly stated under Section 215(1) of the Criminal Code. Bill c26 allows you to stand up for your family and your child(ren) when the law will not.
Every region will have a different flow to the process. The following is a general guideline, but you must also be prepared for things to flow at a different pace and a different rate. Who knows? You might get lucky and get an awake officer who says, “Absolutely! We’ve been waiting to arrest the mayor!” Just leave a lot of room for improvisation: this is new territory for everyone… but we are here because nothing else has worked. If you will not stand up for your child(ren), then who will?
DO THIS FIRST:
Read “The Binder” and familiarize yourself with Bill c26, the 2013 “Citizen’s Arrest and Self Defense Act”. Under this federal law, you have the right to defend your person or property. Under the law, children are property of the parents.
Google drive to “The Binder”
Gain an understanding of the law by watching “Justice Minister Rob Nicholson testifies on Bill C-26 (Citizen's Arrest and Self-Defense Act) (2012)” on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Ow8L0w2nxzE
1. Watch Dr. Reiner Fuellmich’s video detailing the WHO indictments and crimes against humanity (transcript of video added to the binder).
Most of the bylaws created cite the WHO as a resource, so if you can show that they are under investigation, that's a huge point
2. At this point, it’s time to contact your Police Services Board. These are members of the public who dictate the goals and objects, and general governance of their police force.
· Look up the Police Services Board website for your municipality and find their goals and objectives
· You’ll discover that these goals (i.e. “a safe community”) are not being followed
· Look on their site to find the contact person for complaints; you might find this in the FAQs section, ask for that person when you call
· When you make contact, get the name and email of the person you’re speaking to: you need a paper trail
· When you or your group call, let them know that you represent a large group of concerned parents who are reporting an ongoing assault on their child(ren)
· You are informing them that these goals, which they have created, are not being followed at that there is an immediate and ongoing assault on children
· Then ask them to connect you with the right officer to report the crimes
· They will likely say they’ll get someone to investigate your claims: tell them that you do not need an investigation as you already have all of the necessary evidence (The Binder)
Sample script for the call:
Hi, my name is <NAME> and I am representing a large group of concerned individuals and parents and am calling today to report an ongoing assault on children.
NOTE: once you have contacted the right person, ask for their name, title and contact information.
We have collected specific legal, medical and scientific evidence that implicate certain members of the board.
We recognize that the specific goals and objectives to the board are not being followed by the police, and it’s the boards purpose to govern the police.
The first step is to start with the board, which is why we are contacting you.
We would like to send the evidence that we have collected, which is in digital format. Who would be the best person to receive this information?
Once this information is received by your office, what are the next steps in getting an officer assigned to the case, and what is the approximate timeframe for this to happen.
NOTE: make note of the steps and timeline and include this information in the email you send with the binder info.
Wrap up the call by confirming next steps, timing etc, and thanking them for their time.
3. Once you get to an officer, you may use the letters provided on our website to send them to the school board trustees, the mayor, elected officials etc. At this point you want to get as many parents as possible to send their version of the occurrence template we’ve provided to the officer. In Halton, we had Staff Sgt Crystal Kelly of the Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Department. Look for someone along those lines, as the whole point is to protect the children.
4. At the same time, stay on the Services Board. Keep the paper trail STRONG; ask for follow-up emails and create your own follow-up emails to recap conversations that have taken place.
5. It’s possible you could get no response. If that’s the case, get the parents to follow up. Remember: no response is as response. The third and final follow up from each of the individual emails should be “are you going to arrest the mayor/trustee/health official or are we going to exercise our rights under bill c26 and defend our children?”.
6. ACTION: If you’re at this step, the police have failed their duty and have not protect the children, so it’s up to YOU. Gather your people, strength in numbers. Stand strong in your knowingness and your lawful duty to ensure the health and safety of your child(ren). Notify the police of when you are going to perform the arrest. Notify the local papers. Post it on your social media and then ACT!
Keep things peaceful. Demand an officer accompany you on the arrest or meet you there as this is part of their duty.