On August 11, 2014, Constitutional Litigator Joseph Arvay filed a FATCA IGA lawsuit in Canada Federal Court on behalf of Plaintiffs Ginny and Gwen, the Alliance for the Defence of Canadian Sovereignty (en français), and those peoples worldwide who oppose FATCA.
Please DONATE SOON before we are into the difficult holidays time. You can donate by PayPal online or by cheque/cash in the mail. Our legal bills are approximately $1000/day.
We need $81,457 MORE IN 73 DAYS to make the February 1 2015 payment for for Plaintiffs Ginny and Gwen’s Canadian FATCA IGA lawsuit.
Since June 1, 2014 you raised $200,000 of the $500,000 legal fees cost that paid the first two of five retainers. The next $100,000 bill comes due February 1, 2015.
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Our Plaintiff Ginny does not post on Brock, but she reads all of the comments. She says:
“I loved this post and all the responses from the Brockers. We seem to share the same feelings that no way, no day will we ever comply.
For a long time, I thought I was the only one in this situation who seriously said that I NEVER EVER will pay or believe I owe the USA a penny for where my mother birthed me.
….I am not an accidental Canadian. I am a Canadian. Gwen and I were Canadians the day we were born.”
Help restore Canada’s sovereignty by donating today to Ginny and Gwen’s lawsuit.
“The thermometer should soon be reaching the $20K tick mark. That feels encouraging. I know this is a tough time of year for donations but hopefully there will be a revival of “Surgite!” and a “surge” of donations in January (I’ll be there).
My thanks to the resistors too and perhaps some are transitioning to becoming resistors.
I’ll call you transistors for now and say everyone has to do what feels right for their particular situation and if we’ve learned anything the past few years it is that everyone has a different situation, some just by virtue of having to deal with this in countries where their numbers are fewer than in Canada. My best to one and all.”
You can transist or resist by making a donation (as @LM says) “towards the repair of Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms.”