Proceedings in Supreme Court of British Columbia

The case I have prepared to assert the section 3 rights of Interactive Sovereign Society members will be filed soon.  All the materials can be linked in the following.

The Petition is the main body of the case.  It names the parties and contains the remedy asked, the relevant laws, and the testimony to be presented.

The first piece of testimony is by the fourth, and present, ISS Prime Representative, Rick Durie.

The second piece of testimony is from the first ISS Prime Representative, Darren Childs, who served the society in this capacity from December 2010 to December 2011 and first wrote the Summation of Principles that forms the basis of the society’s laws.  Success of this court case will mean ISS members can be held responsible only to these laws, and not to Crown laws.

The third piece of testimony is from retired RCMP officer, Jeff Bodner.  His testimony demonstrates that an officer that enforced Crown law for 30 years, believing those laws to be acceptably fair and accessible to be regarded as the laws of the land, also believes that the laws of the Interactive Sovereign Society are acceptably fair and accessible.

The fourth piece of testimony is from the present Chief of Justice, Bryan Jacobs, illustrating the Main Collaborators section of the ISS Charter and how its inception as his idea led to the ISS Constitution being better adhered to, so that minorities cannot be ignored in a decision simply because a majority level of support for that decision has been acquired.

The last piece of testimony is from Sam Frank, the Secretary of the ISS, the petitioner in the proceedings, and the legal identity used by the sovereign individual writing this article.  It is important to recognize that a legal person and a sovereign individual are two different things.  The sovereign individual is the flesh and blood human Being who is free and can choose how his or her laws can be made in collaboration with his or her fellow human Beings.  The legal person is a corporation created for a sovereign individual who has never chosen a method for his or her laws to be made, and is thus given laws by the Crown.  The sovereign individual can act as that legal person, and in most cases not even know that She or He is actually sovereign.  If the laws made by the state that creates the legal person are fair and participatory, then it might not be considered unethical for that legal identity to be imposed upon that individual.  For Me, if my laws are made democratically (which means the uninterrupted right to vote), then I am happy assuming a legal identity and being subject to the laws chosen accordingly.  This is why I am using the legal person in these proceedings.

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