Hello all, I will give some background along with the debate question if you don't mind. So, I know I live in Canada, a drastically different system than America, though I wonder if any of you have personally experienced, or know of someone who has experienced government abuse. As I have and I am, I ask this vital debate question. "Is there a moral and legal fiduciary duty of government to not impede on individuals pursuits, and to engage civil with it's citizens? Or, is government within it's powers to engage as they please without recourse and base it on their own whims?" In a nutshell, the abuses against my wife and I have been excessive, it became even more abusive when I contacted the abusers at the RCMP, their surrogates and demanded they essentially "cease and desist" from the abuses against me, in particular employment interference, the threats I have experienced, and other abuses. As I've stated on here before, the response was not what I expected, in fact, the abuses became worst. I was detained at the border with my wife, I've been threatened, we had vehicles outside our home at various hours, someone leaving a bag of dog excrement outside our door (having to open a small back gate to gain access) the same night my father in law passed, it was the first thing we saw when we returned home from the hospital. Worse, and most intrusive, interference into my career pursuits and general liberty and life. All of this, even with no criminal record, allegations or wrongdoing on my part. Even if I had engaged in some, I would have my day in court, would I not (I first reached out to the government in 2006!)? Of course they have no allegations as they know that this is about them attempting to silence me for blowing the whistle on them. Thanks for your time and any input.