Myself

Today, I was reading my Bible, and a feeling came to me, when my adversaries are inflicting emotional pain in me, I should not transform myself in what they want me to become, but becoming what I envision for myself.

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Does Constitution Matter?

Founder of a nation would make Constitutional Laws to prevent a government from falling into chaos. The Constitutional Laws are a system of check and balance to equalize power in a country. Therefore, people are not subjects but citizens of a nation. The citizens have legal rights which are protecting them from the system to cause harm to them. The Constitutional Laws are the mother of all laws. No one can make rules which are contrary to the Constitutional Laws. If anyone makes a law that is contrary to the Constitutional Laws, s/he violated their legal rights.

Recently, the Liberal Party of Canada, under the leadership of Right Honorable Justin Trudeau, a law legislated in the parliament that allows police officers to enter a person’s house for suspicious of drinking alcohol or a police officer can stop a person for wary of drinking alcohol.

A rational mind asks questions like, does Constitution says a citizen has a right “9. Everyone has the right not to be arbitrarily detained or imprisoned.”1 Therefore, how is it possible for politicians to pass a law which allows police officers to make an arrest not based on Reasonable Probable Ground, but base on suspicious activities?

The Government of Canada established on the fundamental principle of Peace, Order, and Good Government and it is embedded in the Legal Rights, it stipulates that “7. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of the person and the right not to be deprived thereof except following the principles of fundamental justice.”2 Do Canadians feel secure some strange person walk in their home and demands test for alcohol?

The bottom line comes to this excellent point, does Canadian Constitution matter? Is it just a piece of paper that requires expensive lawyers to appear before a judge to debate an issue while people’s legal rights violated and citizens relation with their government is broken down?

Endnote:

  1. https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/Const/page-15.html
  2. https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/Const/page-15.html

Stand for Your Constitutional Rights

Talk back and do not allow anyone to infringe your legal rights. If today you allow them to control your thoughts, tomorrow, they will decide for you what to wear. You may think, I am joking, no I am not. That is how the cleric acted after the 1979 Revolution in Iran.


I read your statement, and it is infringing people’s Constitutional Rights to:
“(b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication;” 1


Constitution is mother of all laws and no one should make a law which is violating the constitutional law.


All in all, we do not live in a police state or dystopia, we live in a democratic country which allows us to express our views, it is called Civil Society. However, we cannot say my personal belief represents the xxx view. People have rights to express themselves as long as those values associate with them and not the xxx.


End note:

1. https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/Const/page-15.html

In Fringing My Constitutional Rights

  • I don’t think religious commentary belongs on a professional networking platform.
  • Peyman Adl Dousti Hagh ☆ Tenant Support Worker sent the following message at 11:45 AM View Peyman Adl Dousti’s profile Peyman Adl Dousti Hagh ☆ Tenant Support Worker Peyman Adl Dousti Hagh ☆ Tenant Support Worker 11:45 AM Just to begin with, keep your comment to yourself. In Canada, I have constitutional right to express my view and to practice my faith. You do not like it, do not read it. It is a simple idea. Do not infringe my constitutional right.   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.

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