CNP Speaks The Truth
The Canadian Nationalist Party is today laying out some facts regarding the ongoing progress of our political movement.
The following are to be considered authoritative truths regarding the history and present circumstances of the Canadian Nationalist Party, its candidates, and members:
- The Canadian Nationalist Party was founded on June 1st, 2017 and received federal registration status from Elections Canada on September 15th, 2019 in accordance with Sec. 390(1) of the Canada Elections Act when it successfully nominated its first candidate during a general election.
- This makes current Party Leader, Travis Patron, the youngest founder of a federally-sanctioned political party in Canadian history at 26 years 56 days old (April 5th, 1991 – June 1st, 2017).
- To date, the Canadian Nationalist Party has been found to have violated no section of the Canada Elections Act whatsoever.
- The Canadian Nationalist Party espouses a worldview of ethnically-based nationalism – and welcomes those of European-descent into their ranks while maintaining availability of the platform for Aboriginal Indians as an act of historical restitution. Ethnic minorities which do not fall into either of these categories may be eligible for honourary membership on the condition that they are in alignment with our party mandate.
- The Canadian Nationalist Party opposes the ideology of communism in any and all its various forms.
- Other than one other organization, the Canadian Nationalist Party is the only federally-registered political party headquartered in all of Western Canada.
- On July 3rd, 2017, the Canadian Nationalist Party scheduled an event with the intention of hosting at the University Of Toronto. The University Of Toronto declined to host our organization for reasons never made entirely clear. The party then proceeded with the event at an alternative, private venue.
- On July 4th, 2018, the Canadian Nationalist Party announced a ‘Western Canada Tour‘, during which we hosted an event in Winnipeg at the Belgian Club. During this event, masked hooligans attempted unsuccessfully to disrupt and cancel our event, but were instead escorted out of the venue and subjected to a criminal investigation on behalf of the Winnipeg Police Service. The event proceeded as planned where the party gave a presentation on the policy of much-needed immigration reform.
- The Canadian Nationalist Party nominated 3 candidates during the 43rd Federal Election (September 11th, 2019 – October 21st, 2019) – none of which won their respective district.
- To date, the Canadian Nationalist Party, nor its candidates have violated any “hate speech” legislation nor incited violence at any public event whatsoever.
- On September 27th, 2019, the Canadian Nationalist Party was not permitted to assemble publicly and communicate its electoral policies to voters after the drop of the writ for the 43rd Federal Election. Not a single request to utilize publicly-funded infrastructure to assemble and communicate electoral policies after the drop of the writ was honoured.
- The Canadian Nationalist Party did then, and has since maintained, that this failure to honour our request to utilize publicly-infrastructure to assemble and communicate electoral policies after the drop of the writ represents an infringement of our self-determination as a political constituency and is wholly unconstitutional and unlawful.
- The Chief Agent of the party has since filed civil litigation, alleging a constitutional violation and an infringement of the ability to democratically compete in the 43rd Federal Election. However, this lawsuit is being prevented from proceeding through the courts due to the current state of emergency declared by the government.
- On February 27th, 2020, the Canadian Nationalist Party unilaterally declared political independence in the name of remedial self-determination.
- On March 19th, 2020, the Canadian Nationalist Party served the Government of Saskatchewan a notice of objection to their declaration of a state of emergency citing it as ‘unprecedented and unnecessary’.
- On April 21st, 2020, the Canadian Nationalist Party held a public demonstration in Saskatchewan where the Party Leader delivered a presentation regarding the current public health crisis and gestured with the so-called ‘Roman Salute‘, in the belief that they have proven beyond a reasonable doubt that the Government Of Canada has failed to uphold the democratic mandate and that therefore, it may be wise to embrace an anti-democratic political narrative.
- Despite all this, the Provincial Court Of Saskatchewan is attempting to proceed with a criminal prosecution against the Party Leader despite the fact the charges have yet to be fully substantiated nor has full disclosure been served to the accused.