Breaking News, September 8, 2020 National Law Strikes Down COVID Measures, Empowers Citizens to Resist; Officials Ordered to Stand Down or be Prosecuted in Common Law Courts
A Law was passed today by a council of citizens’ assemblies that struck down and criminalized all COVID measures requiring masking, distancing, quarantining, and vaccines.
Under the new Public Safety Law NCCLA Order No. 09082020-A, any attempt to impose such measures on Canadians is considered a punishable crime and can result in the arrest and trial of the offender, regardless of their office. Canadians are encouraged to actively resist COVID measures, relying on the new law and local Common Law Sheriffs.
The law was issued by the National Council of Common Law Assemblies (NCCLA), which unites more than forty such Assemblies across Canada within the jurisdiction of the Republic of Kanata. The NCCLA also issued a Stand Down Order to all government, police and health officials that requires that they not enforce COVID measures and comply with the new law.
Copies of the NCCLA documents are attached to this release and are posted at www.republicofkanata.ca under “Media”.
“The Council is far more democratic and representative of the will of Canadians than is Parliament or the courts, which are not only closed but have handed over their power to a handful of unaccountable bureaucrats” said Kevin Annett, a co-convener of the NCCLA.
“In the absence of responsible government, we the people are defending ourselves from a corporate police state. It is now up to every Canadian to enforce this Law and use it to defend their children and their liberties and overturn this tyranny while they still can.”
For more information contact the NCCLA at firstname.lastname@example.org and see www.republicofkanata.ca. The Republic of Kanata (www.republicofkanata.ca) can be contacted at email@example.com and its public voice can be heard every Sunday at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern at www.bbsradio.com/herewestand .
Issued September 8, 2020 by the NCCLA within the jurisdiction of the Republic of Kanata.