Hey FBI, brass, pay attention: this is what taking your oath of office seriously REALLY looks like.
Corporal Bulford has spent the last 8 years of his RCMP career in supplying protection for the Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. ‘The irony is not lost on me and is probably not lost on him either.’
Now, because of Trudeau’s many violations of the Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms, he is resigning his position. What is he doing now? He’s offering his services to the blue-collar Freedom Convoy Trudeau has been too afraid to face, the peaceful Canadian citizens Trudeau has been hellbent on slandering and destroying.
Sometimes life, as the saying goes, comes at you fast. We have footage of a public address Cpl Bulford gave after he resigned his position with the RCMP in which he explained his reasons. While sections have obviously been clipped, his general intent is clear, and for anyone wanting to fact check it, the uncut video which was put up last November can be viewed here.
Some selections from that 10 minute video:
As a mountie, I always thought 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. So I spent a fair amount of time researching the different legislation surrounding what we’re currently dealing with.
[paragraph 3 of the Emergencies Act]
‘…fundamental rights that are not to be abridged EVEN IN A NATIONAL Emergency …’
He references statements made by Brian Peckford, the only living signatory of the Canadian Charter Of Rights And Freedoms (signed 1982) stating that politicians have very clearly failed to justify their infringements on our fundamental freedoms. (ClashDaily covered the court case he is bringing against the government here: FREEDOM CONVOY: The Damning Court Case Trudeau Doesn’t Want Anyone Talking About (VIDEO)
What rights are being infringed?
‘…mobility rights where every citizen has the right to enter, remain in, and leave Canada. Our legal rights. Everyone has the right to life, liberty, and security of person and the right not to be deprived thereof except in accordance to the principles of fundamental justice.’
‘…unreasonable search and seizure. That’s a big one in the police world, and when I read that, I can’t help but think of people 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?’
‘…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 by a warrant if for a suspect of a serious crime…’
‘…the right not to be arbitrarily detained…’ He slammed the ‘secure isolation facility’ for the confinement of Canadian ‘quarantine’ breakers. (It is fortunate for Chris Cuomo that New York had no such policy.)
‘…every individual is equal before and under the law and has the right to equal protection and equal benefit of the law without discrimination…’
‘And finally, the most important in my mind, is section 52 which states that the Constitution is the Supreme Law of Canada.’
At about the 4 minute mark, he read out the oath of office he swore to uphold when first joining the RCMP 15 years ago, emphasizing the ‘all lawful orders’ part.
‘I cannot be compliant or complicit with federal policies or provincial regulations that I sincerely believe to be unlawful by every measure. It is certainly not the case that the official narrative has demonstrably justified a gigantic overreach into the fundamental freedoms of every citizen of this country.’
He went into the history of some past sins of the RCMP while stating he was concerned history might now be repeating itself.
He made some great points along the way before coming to his close.
His conclusion was powerful and worth citing in full.
It is time to be strong in mind, in body, and in character. It will require sacrifice and preparation. The sacrifice will be of the comfort and the security that can be found in remaining silent.
It’s difficult to have discussions with people who disagree on such a contentious issue, but that’s a good place to start. Courage takes practice.
If you are actively exercising peaceful noncompliance, go in a group if possible. There is strength in numbers. It will be hard. And awkward. And very uncomfortable at times.
However, if we continue to allow this unchecked by our silence and compliance, then the failure to effect change is on our shoulders.
We can live up to the anthem, ‘The True North Strong and Free’. I have drawn my line in the sand. No more silence and compliance for me.
Life will not be the normal of before. Relationships and careers will be sacrificed. But we will learn who we can rely on.
We certainly will… on BOTH sides of the Canada/US border.
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