Tweedle Yves and Tweedle Évens

Lawyer Yves-Marie Morissette and Dr. Évens Villeneuve

Lawyer Yves-Marie Morissette and Dr. Évens Villeneuve

Tweedle Yves and Tweedle Évens

Lawyer Yves-Marie Morissette on his own cannot declare people crazy.  Dr. Évens Villeneuve on his own knows no law. But, together, Yves supplies Évens with the alleged “symptoms” (alleged abusive litigation), and Évens obligingly declares Yves’s target litigants “crazy”. Even more fun, neither Yves nor Évens has ever met the litigants.

Today, almost all judges in Quebec have assumed a “power” to “declare” litigants “crazy” on the basis of a list of alleged symptoms; i.e., the way the litigant uses legal procedure in his own behalf.  A lawyer who uses procedure the same way in his client’s behalf will not be declared “crazy”.  Instead, the court will look to see if the lawyer’s “client” is “crazy” and blame the lawyer’s actions on the “crazy” client.  It is a rule of thumb in the Quebec legal system that lawyers who represent others are not to be declared “crazy”.

However, self-represented litigants are considered likely  to be crazy.  The litigants do not submit to psychiatric evaluation, and the judges have no psychiatric qualifications.  Nonetheless, the judges are handing down “judicial declarations of madness”, made publicly, published as jurisprudence, including online, announcing to the world that an unsuspecting litigant has been declared mentally ill by a judge (with no qualifications to do so).

Yves-Marie Morissette is the man who has introduced this policy into the Quebec legal system.  The ultimate aim of the policy is to eventually empower the judges to civilly arrest and forcibly drug litigants judicially declared “crazy”.

Lawyer Morissette has already chosen the drug to be used:  the same drug used by the Soviets for torturing political dissidents.  It has no curative properties, causes birth defects, and is used in wildlife-capture operations to stun large herds of animals for mass transport.  An ideal drug for mass-transit to the FEMA camps?

Welcome to Quebec.


Tweedle Yves et Tweedle Évens

Tout seul, l’avocat Yves-Marie Morissette ne peut pas déclarer quelqu’un fou. Tout seul, Dr. Évens Villeneuve n’a aucune connaissance en droit. Mais ensemble, Yves fournit à Évens les « symptômes » (abus de procédure allégué), et Évens déclare obligeamment les justiciables ciblés par Yves « fous ».  Bien plus amusant, ni Yves ni même pas Évens n’a jamais rencontré les justiciables.

Aujourd’hui, presque tous les juges au Québec ont assumé un « pouvoir » de « déclarer » des justiciables « fous » sur la base d’une liste de symptômes allégués ; c.-à-d., la façon dans laquelle le justiciable emploie la procédure légale en son propre nom.

Un avocat qui emploie le procédure de la même manière au nom de son client ne sera pas déclaré « fou ». Au lieu de cela, la cour regardera pour voir si le « client » de l’avocat est « fou » afin de blâmer les actions de l’avocat sur le client « fou ».  C’est un principe de base dans le système juridique au Québec que les avocats qui représentent les tiers ne doivent pas être déclarés « fous ».

Cependant, les justiciables non représentés (par avocat) sont considérés comme étant probablement  fous.  Les justiciables ne se soumettent pas à une évaluation psychiatrique, et les juges n’ont aucune qualifications en psychiatrie. Néanmoins, les juges émettent des « déclarations judiciaires de la folie » publiquement, qui alors sont publiées comme « jurisprudence », y compris en ligne, annonçant au monde qu’un certain justiciable a été déclaré officiellement mentalement malade par un juge (sans qualifications pour le faire).

Yves-Marie Morissette est l’homme qui a installé cette politique dans le système juridique du Québec.  Le but ultime de la politique est d’autoriser les juges en fin de compte d’ordonner l’arrestation au civil et le dopage forcé des justiciables judciairement declarés « fous ».

L’avocat Morissette a déjà choisi la drogue à être employée :  la même drogue utilisée par les Soviétiques pour torturer les dissidents politiques.

La drogue n’a aucune propriété curative.  En fait elle endommage le cerveau.  D’ailleurs, elle est employée dans le serrage des animaux sauvages afin de les abasourdir pour le transport de masse.

Bienvenue au Québec.

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