|Subject:||Re: [socialcredit] Bryan W. Monahan|
|Date:||Wednesday, April 18, 2007 19:55:50 (-0400)|
|From:||Joe Thomson <thomsonhiyu @....ca>
|In reply to:||Message 4712 (written by william_b_ryan)|
(Bill Ryan, quoting Monahan:- ) "Consequently, it is absolutely essential
to protect the individual with "_the equivalent of a Bill of Rights ultra
vires of parliament, together with a permanent professional body, trained to
attack not only an existing law, but armed with permanent power to bring out
into the open for cross-examination at any time the originators of any law
which encroaches on these rights..."
(Joe replies:-) I believe we may already have the beginnings of such a
"permanent professional body" here in BC, and in many other jurisdictions
(the Scandinavian countries, possibly New Zealand, too) through what is
called the Office of the 'Ombudsman'. I do not believe, however, that this
Office yet operates as independently of "Parliament" as may be necessary.
Not to totally be able to protect the individual the way Monahan likely