Kraut Charles III’s first act regarding Canada will be to reimpose arbitrary rule and martial law in and over Canada. Why? Canada doesn’t have a democracy because arbitrary rule and martial law is imposed in Canada by a German (Kraut) monarchy that was forever abolished in 1919. Each successive illegitimate German monarchy has obtained arbitrary rule in and over Canada with the Letters Patent Constituting the Office of the Governor General of Canada.
Letters Patent Constituting the Office of the Governor General of Canada is arbitrary rule obtained by color of law and color of authority. Color of law and color of authority are defined as abuse of power. Power is often said to be arbitrary when it can be exercised according to the ‘will or pleasure’ of the person or group holding that power. Letters Patent Constituting the Office of the Governor General states:
“And We do declare Our Will and pleasure”.
The Governor General is appointed, not elected, “Commander-in-Chief in and over Canada” . Commander-in-Chief in and over Canada is a military title.
Arbitrary rule and martial law is established in Canada with the Letters Patent stating:
And We do declare Our Will and pleasure as follows:
I. We do hereby constitute, order, and declare that there shall be a Governor General and Commander-in-Chief in and over Canada, and appointments to the Office of Governor General and Commander-in-Chief in and over Canada shall be made by Commission under Our Great Seal of Canada.
How can Canada be a democracy when the leader of Canada, Canada’s Parliament and Canada’s Armed Forces and the RCMP “paramilitary” force is appointed, not elected. Canadian elections are held to conceal the historical and political fact that all Letters Patent Constituting the Office of Governor General of Canada effectively imposes arbitrary rule and martial law in Canada. A democracy cannot exist when an unelected Governor General (a general is a military rank) is appointed head of state & commander-in-chief in and over Canada.
A foreign power (1919 abolished German ruler of the UK) effectively overthrows the dully elected and Constitutionally established Government of Canada by appointing an “unelected” high ranking “military officer”, a General, as de facto head of the Government of Canada and Commander-in-chief of all military forces in Canada.
How can Canada become a truly sovereign and independent state? By Parliament of Canada legally cutting all ties to the UK’s House of Windsor (alias assumed in 1917 by the UK’s WWI abolished German Saxe-Coburg & Gotha monarchy) or we become a republic and dismantle the Crown.
” … when the Canadian constitution was patriated Canada became a fully sovereign and independent state. While the 1982 patriation ended Canada’s legal ties to Great Britain, the expanded Canadian constitution retained the Crown as the concept of the Canadian state and as ultimate source of sovereign authority in Canada. This fully independent Canadian state could not have the British Crown as the source of its sovereign authority. Nor could it be a shared Crown. The only way Canada could be completely sovereign and independent was to decouple the Canadian Crown from its British counterpart.”
“the Crown is an inherently British entity and Canada cannot claim to be an independent state until our ties to the House of Windsor are cut or we become a republic. … Canada would effectively cease to be a constitutional monarchy if the United Kingdom decided to become a republic. The concept that underlies Canada’s entire system of government, the Crown, could be dismantled by another country.” Maclean’s, 3 February 2013 article ” The Queen of Canada is dead; long live the British Queen”
Advocating abolition of the monarchy is explicitly permitted.
COURT OF APPEAL FOR ONTARIO
CITATION: McAteer v. Canada (Attorney General), 2014 ONCA 578
“[N]ot only is advocating abolition of the monarchy explicitly permitted, Committee for the Commonwealth of Canada, supra, but the prospect of separation from the United Kingdom and secession of a province both form the subject of legitimate legal discourse. Reference re Resolution to Amend the Constitution (“Patriation Reference”),  1 S.C.R. 753; Reference re Secession of Québec,  2 S.C.R. 217. Moreover, a political party dedicated to constitutional fracture can form Her Majesty’s Loyal Opposition in Canada’s Parliament. David E. Smith, Across the Aisle: Opposition in Canadian Politics (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013) at 85-86.” Ontario Court DOCKET: C57775