The United Nations 1267 Blacklist and Section 33 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms Which Nullifies Parts of the Canadian Constitution If Needed by the Government

The United Nations 1267 list is a blacklist which bars a person from traveling in between any country on Earth. It also ensures that it is a crime to provide said person with financial resources of any kind, including paycheques. In addition to this, this blacklist allows the government of the citizen in question, the right to do nothing if that person is detained overseas, as opposed to intervening which is what a government would normally be required to do on behalf of that person, a member of...

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