The Same ol’ Lie World Tour takes us to Ontario, Canada this week. I spoke with Brendan Crawley, the spokesman for the Ontario attorney general. As expected, he had no evidence.
The lie is the insistence that if we are physically in Canada, then the laws apply to us. It’s a simple formula: if X, then Y. Most seem to believe this is absolutely irrefutable. They can’t provide any evidence to prove it, but any challenge is enough for them to threaten you with a psych evaluation.
Brendan agrees and says it is “universal” that if you are in Canada or any “country”, then the laws of the country apply to you. So he has his opinion, but as we already know, he is unable to provide any proof. Listen to the call below, it’s only about five minutes long.
The best he can do is say it’s the law. This is circular logic though, not evidence. The conversation can be summarized as follows:
Marc, the law applies to you.
Really, and your evidence to prove that?
It’s the law you moron.
Brilliant analysis isn’t it? Of course, if you think you have the evidence the Ontario AG spokesman could not provide, call in the No State Project or contact me and we can set up a guest appearance wherein you can provide the evidence.