RCMP Corporal Bulford, Exposes Trudeaus Elicit Violations Of the Canadian Charter Of Rights

RCMP Corporal Bulford and Trudeau’s security for last 8 years, clearly describes the clear and gross violations of the charter of Rights that Trudeau and other politicians have perpetrated against Canadians.


0:06First of All Thank you Christine and Dr per se vince and the members of the Canadian Covert Care Alliance who have welcomed me here to speak with you today this is a this is a surreal moment for me when I think back to two years ago this was not part of my life plan that’s for certain
0:27I ironically enough similar to DR pan se losing her job over
0:33A violation of what she held to be her ethics I’m about to lose mine and my primary responsibility for the last eight years was supporting protection of our prime minister
0:47The irony is not lost on me and probably not lost on him either
1:08as mentioned earlier I’ve been a mountie for roughly fifteen years
1:14and as a mountie I always felt it was very important that I know what my legal authorities are and that police officers should know exactly what authority they have to do what they do
1:29So I spent a fair amount of time researching the different legislation surrounding what we’re currently dealing with and to things that I’ve thought I’d like to mention that stood out to me when reviewing the emergency management and civil protection act in Ontario and the Federal Emergencies Act is that both of those very early on in the legislation have a sub sections that detail how both are subject to the Canadian charter of Rights and Freedoms I would like to just read the paragraph three of the emergencies act to you whereas the governor in council and taking such special temporary measures measures would be subject to the Canadian charter of Rights and Freedoms and the Canadian Bill of Rights and must have regard to the International Covenant on Civil and political rights particularly with respect to those fundamental rights that are not to be limited or abridged even in a national emergency
2:32so throughout my career and my training everything we do has to be guided by the charter of rights and freedoms whether it is involving investigation or even a lawful arrest which can lead to use of force if we wander outside the boundaries of the charter we can lose of case even a very serious one such as a homicide
3:01or we can get ourselves into some real trouble if we use force on someone and it’s not justified under the charter
3:11the charter guarantees our rights and freedoms the most fundamental
3:17and it is subject only to reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and Democratic society I recently heard dot Former Premier of Newfoundland Bryant textured
3:35say very clearly that they have failed to demonstrably justify their infringements on our fundamental freedoms
3:46the fundamental freedoms include conscience and religion
3:51thought belief opinion and expression
3:56peaceful assembly and association
3:59there’s many but I’ll hit on the key ones that I think are Germane to the current situation
4:07or mobility rates where every citizen has the right to enter remain in and leave Canada
4:14our legal rights everyone has the right to life liberty and security of person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance with the principles of fundamental justice
4:28Section eight everyone has the right to be secure against unreasonable search or seizure that’s a big one in the police world and when I read that I can’t help but think of
4:40people who are not even law enforcement Demanding your private medical information at the door of a hockey rink what legal authority do they have to demand that information from you
4:56I certainly never had any training or direction in my law enforcement career that indicated to me that I had the right to demand that from someone in fact if I wanted to get medical information from a victim of a crime I had to obtain written consent to deliver to the hospital or I had to obtain it by a warrant for a suspect who was potentially involved in a serious violent crime and the criteria to obtain a DNA warrant which I have done in my career is extremely high the criteria
5:33and you have to follow very specific measures measures and steps in order to obtain the DNA lawfully so that the courts will accepted as admissible
5:47everyone has the right not to be arbitrarily detained or imprisoned
5:53so when I read about that secure isolation facility in north Battleford Saskatchewan
5:59that was very concerning to me detailed about how it is meant for people who willfully do not abide by their quarantine when they are deemed contagious but very little detail as to what criteria and who is making the decision about who is contagious is it someone who’s actually sick and symptomatic or is it someone who’s completely asymptomatic with a positive test I wasn’t able to find that
6:35every individual is equal
6:38before and under the law
6:45Excuse me
6:57and has the right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination
7:07and finally the most important in my mind is section fifty two where it clearly states that the constitution
7:19I can’t look at you piper
7:26is the supreme law of Canada
7:31so I’d like to read my oath of office that I took fifteen years ago
7:40I Daniel Beaufort solemnly swear that I will faithfully diligently and impartially execute and perform the duties required of me as a member of the Royal Canadian mounted police
7:51and will well and truly obey and perform all lawful orders and instructions that I receive as such without fear favour or affection of or toward any person so help me god
8:07I cannot be compliant or complicit
8:11with federal policies and provincial regulations that I sincerely believe to be unlawful by every measure
8:18my analysis of the evidence provided by the government public health mainstream media as opposed to what I have found from the Canadian called Caroline’s F L C C C Global Covert Summit Dot Org it’s a no contest
8:37In relation to the detail Reliability and the ability to corroborate
8:45It is certainly
8:47not the case that the official narrative has demonstrably justified a gigantic overreach into the fundamental freedoms of every citizen of this country
8:59the RCMP purpose if you can you can read this right off of the RCMP website from coast to coast to coast
9:09at the community provincial and territorial and federal levels We work to prevent crime enforce the law we know that the supreme law of this country is the Constitution
9:23we investigate offences
9:26I can’t help but wonder perhaps offenses
9:30of intimidation to our physicians and our scientists
9:35and knowingly withholding lifesaving treatment from thousands of Canadians and millions of people globally
9:46We are to keep Canadians and their interests safe and secure
9:51all Canadians not just a select few
9:55we are to assist Canadians in emergency situations and incidents so in the context of the Pandemic
10:04I’ve seen US intimidate and arrest Canadians as opposed to assisting them we’ve all seen videos
10:12look at our own history
10:15are there stains on Canada and the RCMP in particular things that we have been apart of carrying out so-called lawful orders
10:29orders to remove children
10:33from their homes
10:35to satisfy a government conformity initiative
10:40or the registration and internment of Japanese Canadians during World War Two
10:47we’re not immune to the stains of history
10:53and I fear we may be repeating past mistakes
10:57in our open letter under the heading call to action to Commissioner Lucky we have asked her to direct investigators to determine if any criminal acts have been committed in the dissemination of information from federal and provincial health authorities or public figures in positions of trust thereby putting Canadian lives at Risk
11:20expand on that I’d like to talk to you about some key points that I recently reviewed from Commissioner Lucky’s mandate letter that she received from Minister goodale the the Prime Minister’s office in Ottawa may seventh two thousand and eighteen paragraph one the RCMP is responsible to keep Canadians safe and safeguard Canadians rights and freedoms in an open inclusive and Democratic Society
11:47Paragraph Two
11:49Section five sub one of the RCMP act ensures the Commissioner has control and management of the RCMP and all matters connected to the force and it’s quoted I want to be clear
12:04the government of Canada recognizes and respects police independence of the RCMP in exercise of police powers in criminal investigations
12:16Paragraph four ensure the RCMP is managed efficiently and effectively with a focus on appropriate priorities while keeping Canadians safe and protecting our civil liberties
12:32paragraph ten at best the RCMP at their best pardon me at their best the RCMP embodies what Canada
12:45and Canadians aspire to be
12:50upstanding loyal and committed to the pursuit of justice
12:57how can we pursue justice without fully understanding both sides of this argument with a complete censorship and suppression of both sigh of one side of this argument
13:09on loyalty I would say this
13:12we must not confuse dissent with disloyalty We must remember always that accusation is not proof and that conviction depends upon evidence and due process of law we will not walk in fear one of another we will not be driven by fear into an age of unreason
13:33if we dig deep in our history and doctrine and remember that we are not descended from fearful people not from people who feared to write speak associate and defend causes that were for the moment unpopular that’s Edward R Morrow
13:51and finally in paragraph eleven of her mandate letter
13:55the RCMP must be modern reflective of Canadian values and culture must have the trust Confidence and support of those that we serve
14:08I feel that we have detracted so far from the values
14:13and culture that form the core identity of what it means to be a Canadian
14:19that belief in ourselves that we are a humble welcoming fair and compassionate people
14:27when I reflect on these past months I even recognize that same failure and myself
14:32we are divided
14:34with both sides angry and fearful of each other and how much worse this will get
14:40our language has been used to divide Canada into an US vs them mindset the responsible vs that you’re responsible the anti vaccine versus the sheep
14:52horrible hateful things have been said on both sides and relationships have been damaged perhaps beyond repair
15:01We all have our we all have to own the role we have played in the degeneration of our society
15:08through compliance silence fear anger and resentment
15:15we cannot continue to allow this decline toward a further divided increasingly Authoritarian state
15:23we need to communicate honestly and courageously
15:29to make our perspective heard so that others may be given the opportunity to understand
15:35if others have not sought out both sides of the argument it’s no wonder they think and believe what they do
15:43it is time to be strong in mind and body and in character
15:50it will require sacrifice and preparation
15:55the sacrifice will be of the comfort and security It can be found in in remaining silent
16:03it’s difficult to have discussions with people who disagree on such a contentious issue
16:10but that’s a good place to start
16:13Courage takes practice
16:18if you’re actively exercising peaceful noncompliance go with a group if possible there is strength in numbers
16:27it will be hard and awkward and very uncomfortable at times
16:34however if we continue to allow this unchecked by our silence and compliance
16:41then the failure to effect change is on our shoulders
16:47We can live up to the anthem the true north strong and free
16:53I have drawn my line in the sand no more silence and compliance for me
17:03life will not be the normal have before
17:07relationships and careers will be sacrificed
17:12but we will learn who we can rely on
17:21my Mother-in-law who’s here tonight
17:25three I
17:32said to me last night
17:36we don’t need to be loved by everyone so long as we’re truly loved by the few that matter most
17:55I get asked all the time why I’m doing this
18:00is not about keeping my job anymore
18:03I am prepared to walk away from that if that’s what needs to be done i can’t serve another day doing what I did before
18:14it’s for everybody else and the future of our children
18:19those three little people over there
18:32at the time to be strong as now
18:36many mornings
18:39I didn’t want to get out of bed the last couple of months and I kept telling myself your kids need you your family needs you be strong for them
18:50now’s the time
18:53I’ll close with a slightly adapted quote from the Great Denzel Washington
19:02Adapted for the venue
19:07even people close to you will talk trash when you’re breaking generational curses
19:14this ain’t for the weak thank you


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