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1 Holy System Crown Republic Democracy, Canada 1947-2046

by exegesisme

1xπ The Canadian Citizenship Act, was passed on May 14, 1946, and was effected from Jan. 1 1947. The act established independent Canadian Citizenship from British Nationality. 2046 is the 100th year of the act in action.

2xπ Reviewing Canadian history, I am glad to be sure of two characteristics of Canadian nationality, peace and progressive change.

3xπ With the encouragement of the act and our Canadian history, I am hardly not imagine what our Canada would be like at the 100th anniversary of the Canadian Citizenship Act.

4xπ I hope I would like to see then, a system of Holy Crown Republic Democracy is full of vitality from Canada to wherever needing sound leadership.

​5xπ In this system, the Holy Crown represents the dignity of a nation, which is created on need of morality and ethics, is established for example of sustainability and progressiveness, is shared as example of dignity of each tradition and each citizen.

6xπ The Republic accounts for a hierarchical organization of leadership, which provides ways for all strengths as they are willing to take part in reshaping leadership, and makes the process of reshaping leadership orderly. Usually, a Republic in the Holy Crown Republic Democracy system is a 90% US style government, the remaining 10% as the dignity of a nation is in the hand of Holy Crown other than the President.

7xπ The Democracy accounts for the independent rights of each individual human being, and the independent rights of each individual institution. The independent rights include their basic rights as their are, their basic rights of taking part in the process of reshaping leadership, and their privileges of their faculty and contribution. The Democracy in the Holy Crown Republic Democracy system is a development upon the Charter of Liberty or others similarly.

8xπ The Democracy also means each individual is the original responsible being to establish their own abilities for their all sorts of rights. Democracy in future as a concept focuses attention on the development of private side.

​9xπ The Republic also means a government as a hierarchical organization is the whole responsible being to assist each individual to establish their own abilities. Republic in future as a concept focuses on development of public leadership.

10xπ The Holy Crown also means a national symbol for a national psychological stability. Holy Crown in future as a concept focuses the need of personal representation of a nation with sustainability and progressiveness.

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Adding two more:

11xπ The federal executive head should be elected directly through a system similarly as US, which provides a way to unify the provinces and territories with small population. And all primers and congress members have rights to run for the federal executive head.

12xπ The senate should be formed through election, with thirty nine elected members in total, and any single province or territory has three seats in federal Senate. The senate renews its members one third every two years, or renews one from any single province or territory every two years. The equal representation of each province and each territory in the Senate is crucial for strengthening the federal leadership and the unification of Canada.

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We have the greatest country in the world and the progressives want to destroy everything.

I know your feeling. Let's approach this way, would you support this proposal if it would be a factor to assist Canada keeping strong Canadian currency exchange rate in long term?

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You think we could learn to be good like the USA? How many Presidents and politicians have been killed by its own citizens? That country have many many problems and its a mess. Canada is not perfect but compare it to the US, .........

No...Canada is perfect...that's why Canadians spend so much time watching American politics...and American media.

Many Canadians know more about the American system than their own because of this.

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No...Canada is perfect...that's why Canadians spend so much time watching American politics...and American media.

Many Canadians know more about the American system than their own because of this.

Certainly Canada is not perfect, so do US.

Maybe the most need of US is a Crown in my system of Crown Republic Democracy to represent dignity on US federal level against high rates of crimes especially violent crimes.

My study is for change of Canada, and also for change of US.


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It might be, which should not refuse each single nation developing its own characteristics.

The UN may also need renewing.

The citizens in Holy Crown Republic Democracy system are well positioned both positively and passively.

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