César Fernández-Stoll

César Fernández-Stoll
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Sunday, December 12, 2010

More about Bill 389

From: Cesar Fernandez-Stoll [CesarFStoll@gmail.com]
Sent: November 23, 2010 8:46 AM
To: 'Oda.B@parl.gc.ca'
Cc: 'OdaB1@parl.gc.ca'; 'IgnatM@parl.gc.ca'; 'pm@pm.gc.ca'
Subject: RE: Bill C-389 - An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)

Dear Bev Oda
Member of Parliament for Durham
Minister of International Cooperation

Thanks truly for your note. I am glad you mention the fact that many provisions do exist for the protection of every Canadian, despite of the many characteristics that differentiate one from the other.

The point of my concern is that, precisely, because this ‘bill C-389’ under a different name, has been presented already a couple of times before and yes, it has been defeated, and then again, another bills have been presented, not like this, but to see a way to kill the elder and incapacitated, and then again another bills have been presented to kill babies in the womb and all of them are expeditiously heard and gone through the whole parliamentary process and diligence and one of these days, our representatives will ‘blink’ and they will become the law of the land, just like that, only because nobody draws the line on how much moral values can be ignored.

However, bills have been also presented, private bills as well, where the life of a human person was to be defined, because our parliamentarians seem to be stuck with their own agendas while a baby is not recognized, necessarily as such, unless, of course it has a political value, and so, the definition of human life, from conception through natural death, does not deserve any consideration because it has not managed to leave a committee at which it was defeated, granted, not by the ‘Conservative’ government which cautiously insofar, has made nothing to warrant us all Canadians, what precisely you list in your note and it is written in the Charter, because as long as it is the NDP, who appears to be fully in charge, or the Liberal party, who keeps you in your nightmares of putting this ‘Conservative’ government out of its misery, the bill will make its full round, but not anything that goes against that premise called life, or for that matter, freedom.

The issue is on how much, while focussing only on what the media qualifies as ‘economy’, our parliamentary system is going to allow going through, as ‘permissible additions’ to our rights, when they are not rights but nothing but social illnesses disguised as priority life styles.

We all know that it is the Canadian establishment what the problem is, because you are only holding into ‘power’ while letting others control your moves with total disregard for morality or worst, protection of life and freedom.

We need to allow, not the debate on abortion, but to finally define human dignity, only because you up there are constantly confused and sure, it is the NDP who makes you do it, but nevertheless, to put the question for once and for all out of the way, define that life can only start at conception and through natural death and that any other assumption is nothing but an excuse for murder.

We need to go back to the true definition of marriage as the union of one man and one woman to the exclusion of others, definition, your nemesis, the Liberal party of Canada in one of their previous governments, made law, only to throw it away as soon as one of their appointee judges ‘judged’ that gender was really nothing but a self style issue an so the fallacy of same-sex marriage should prevail. With this, we need to repeal this idea that gender ‘inclinations’ are a human right to equal all our other fundamental liberties, because this other fallacy is allowing every pervert to make a killing with the also absurd Human Rights Commissions which by the way, should be dismantled, because we happen to have already a justice system.

Last but not least, Income tax, as well as many other taxes, like the gasoline tax, need to be removed on behalf of a flat tax applied without distinction to every transaction, corporate or not. As this extrapolates, the percentage cannot be but a low percentage. This will provide freedom to the people to decide by themselves what products or services they want to succeed as well as to provide businesses with the right to prosper independent of government interference. One thing you might not like is that people will be restored control on their own lives, putting the right cost on these ‘social adventures’ that our representatives keep considering so unfairly treated.

By now I can almost hear the usual excuse, what about the many social programs?

Maybe too is time to realize on the fact that there are so many ‘social programs’ because of the wrong policies that had been applied trying to make us all equal to each other as opposed to allowing us to grow and prosper as God commanded being equal before Him, with families made of true marriages and with children with both parents caring and loving them.

Let’s do not fool ourselves; our country needs to get rid of the establishment that is suffocating us with all these hidden interests, ignoring God, country, morality, life or freedom.

César Fernández-Stoll

-----Original Message-----
From: Oda.B@parl.gc.ca [mailto:Oda.B@parl.gc.ca]
November 22, 2010 10:17 AM
To: CesarFStoll@gmail.com
Cc: OdaB1@parl.gc.ca
Subject: RE: Bill C-389 - An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)

Cesar Fernandez-Stoll
November 22, 2010

Dear Mr. Fernandez-Stoll,

Thank you for your correspondence to my office concerning Bill C-389, An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression).

This government is proud of the fact that Canada is recognized internationally as a country that is deeply committed to the principals of respect of diversity and equality; principles that are enshrined in our constitution and laws.

As demonstrated by our tough on crime agenda, this government believes that all law-abiding Canadians should be protected from crime in this country.

As you may be aware, Bill C-389 was introduced into the House of Commons by Mr. Bill Siksay on May 15, 2009. As a Private Member’s Bill, it will be debated in accordance with the rules of Parliament for Private Member’s Business. I will be voting against this Bill as it is unnecessary and would add confusion as it is badly drafted.

The Canadian Human Rights Act (CHRA) currently provides protection against discrimination on the following prohibited grounds: race, national or ethnic origin, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, disability, and conviction for an offence for which a pardon has been granted.

Please be assured that the Government of Canada remains committed to the respect for and equality of all Canadians.


The Honourable Bev Oda, P.C., M.P.
Member of Parliament for Durham
Minister of International Cooperation

From: Cesar Fernandez-Stoll [mailto:cesarfstoll@gmail.com]
Thursday, November 11, 2010 10:50 AM
To: Prime Minister's Office
Subject: Bill C-389 - An Act to amend the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Criminal Code (gender identity and gender expression)

Dear Mr. Stephen Harper, Prime Minister of Canada:

I’d like to bring to your attention Bill C-389 now on the 3rd Session, 40th Parliament. A note states the following:

This bill was introduced during the Second Session of the 40th Parliament. Pursuant to the Standing Orders of the House of Commons, it is deemed to have been considered and approved at all stages completed at the time of prorogation of the Second Session. The number of the bill remains unchanged.”

This enactment amends the Canadian Human Rights Act to include gender identity and gender expression as prohibited grounds of discrimination.
This enactment also amends the Criminal Code to include gender identity and gender expression as distinguishing characteristics protected under section 318 and as aggravating factors to be taken into consideration under section 718.2 at the time of sentencing.

The first obvious point is why? It seems that Canada does not have enough issues to work out on Parliament that gender confusion needs to be added and ‘massaged’, until is granted of course. I say confusion because it is what this entire bill aims for.

Ever since the previous Liberal party government passed few years back that absurdity, recognizing the sodomite life style as a ‘human Right’ to be equated to the legitimate human rights; our basic and fundamental freedoms, not given by government or by the law of humans, but by God. Ever since that calamitous moment, we’ve witnessed how the so called Human Rights Commissions have gone out of their way to assault the basic freedoms of religion, opinion, association, expression, among others, causing considerable damage, because the ‘new’ found ‘human right’ has been taken not as another one, but as one over and above every other, which is what defines its illegitimacy, but which fact keeps being ignored by our ‘glorious’ Parliament.

Now we are faced with this not so new initiative, which of course, will make everything that define the line between genders, to disappear to the wishes of every depraved and degenerated soul out there which will impose his/her ‘right’ to be more ‘equal than everyone else’ and so, if there was some sort of right to privacy, it will depend on how these corrupted minds decide and their coffers and that of the so called Human Rights Commissions will continue to fat themselves with the cases that ignore human dignity and give free ride to human degradation.

I don’t think there is an answer on how to regulate anything that can be claimed against a human right, which again, can identify the legitimacy of true freedom before other attempts which our Parliament seems to find as appealing as long as votes can be found.

If our government, or politicians, want votes, freedom needs to be guaranteed, not regulated. No it is not freedom what is allowed when a transvestite wants to get into a girls bathroom claiming to be equal, it is protection to the freedom of the girls in there that want or need their privacy that is being declared void. This is only a token of the extent of the damage we can see coming as a consequence of a government and Parliament being so weak, that cannot even lead into the proper direction our country needs to take.

We need to go back to basics and to establish as a fact what defines the duty of government that of protecting life and freedom, not legislating them but their protection. Life from conception to natural death, freedom so that people can live free of eventual degenerated trying to obstruct it. Freedom by the way comes with responsibility and accountability and here is where the law of God prevails, because it is Him who gives us the freedom we must be accountable to Him for using or abusing.  

I really hope that all the members of parliament copied here, take action towards protecting our right of life and freedom and not to confuse the law by creating these type of nonsense like bill C-389.

César Fernández-Stoll
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