We are gathered here today (Saturday, October 24th) in Redvers, Saskatchewan to commence trial proceedings between the Canadian Nationalist Party (plaintiff) and English Crown (defendant) for an alleged breach of contract. We are courting the law, in the name of Jehovih, the Almighty Creator, so as to settle this claim between the parties involved as well as serve and administer justice as a public good.
This court was established as a common law tribunal on April 28th of this year by serving a public notice of claim of right which includes no less than twelve (12) signatories who support its formation.
My name is Travis Patron and today I am acting as court adjudicator. I am also representing the plaintiff as sole director and party leader. The role of adjudicator in these proceedings is to act with impartiality to ensure that any party involved with a claim has the information necessary to arrive at a verdict and that the operations of the court proceed as efficiently as possible without disruption. It should be noted at this time that any person who makes a deliberate attempt to disrupt these proceedings may be held criminally liable for contempt of court.
We are commencing trial today and will proceed by hearing testimony from the plaintiff. The defendant will also have an opportunity to testify or request further information if they so choose.
The alleged breach of contract described in the plaintiff’s claim is that of the Magna Carta of 1215. More specifically, the first clause of the charter references the rights and liberties bestowed to the English Church which are to be held intact and left unimpaired. This includes, but is not limited to, freedom of elections, as well as the provision that this freedom is to be observed “in good faith by heirs in perpetuity” of the Crown.
Translation of the clause in particular we are focusing on reads as follows:
We have first of all granted to God, and by this our present charter confirmed, for ourselves and our heirs in perpetuity, that the English Church is to be free, and to have its full rights and its liberties intact, and we wish this to be observed accordingly, as may appear from our having of our true and unconstrained volition, before discord arose between us and our barons, granted, and by our charter confirmed, the freedom of elections which is deemed to be the English Church’s very greatest want, and obtained its confirmation by the lord pope Innocent III; which we will ourselves observe and wish to be observed by our heirs in good faith in perpetuity.Magna Carta, 1215
The subject matter of the claim at hand is that of constitutional law.
As remedy of this alleged violation, the plaintiff is seeking jurisdiction independent of the defendant so that they may exercise their political self-determination and religious freedoms.
This court does recognize the following facts regarding the applicability of the Magna Carta to the claim at hand:
- The Magna Carta was sealed by King John in the meadow called Runnymede, between Windsor and Staines, on June 15th, 1215, and remains lawfully binding upon the Crown today.
- The Magna Carta was invoked on March 23rd, 2001 in accordance with Clause 61 and continues to embody the Supreme Law of the realm today.
- Any heir in perpetuity of King John and the English Crown must honour the contractual provisions contained within the Magna Carta.
- The current heir in perpetuity of the English Crown is Queen Elizabeth II, Head of the British Commonwealth and our current Head of State.
If there be any person objecting to these aforesaid claims, let them speak now or forever hold their peace …
Given the nature of the alleged infringement, and the parties involved, a “trial by faith” has been proposed. May the Heavenly Host with authority to arbitrate between the English Crown and Canadian Nationalist Party settle this dispute with grace and righteousness.
The claim at hand is to be considered most important for the democratic integrity of Canadian society as well as for the rights, liberties, and freedoms of the English Church. We believe these liberties have been impaired during the recent 43rd Federal Election due to the denial of service received by the Canadian Nationalist Party, our members, and subsequently, the general public.
This denial of service has positioned us in the unfortunate circumstances of being taxed without representation.
During the recent 43rd Federal Election, the Canadian Nationalist Party was not permitted to assemble publicly and communicate its policies to general voters. Without exception, every request made on behalf of the Canadian Nationalist Party to assemble publicly and communicate their electoral policies to voters was denied during the recent 43rd Federal Election. Not a single request made on behalf of the party was honoured while the writ was dropped (September 11th, 2019 – October 21st, 2019).
On September 15th, 2019, the Canadian Nationalist Party became a federally registered political entity pursuant to s. 390(1) of the Canada Elections Act and to date, has been found to have violated no section of the act whatsoever.
On September 27th, 2019, the Canadian Nationalist Party requested authorization from the City Of Saskatoon to “host a public event to communicate our party policies to Canadian voters for the upcoming 43rd Federal Election” at City Hall premises.
On September 29th, 2019, the City Of Saskatoon informed the Canadian Nationalist Party that they viewed the application “as an activity which is considered denominational” and therefore, would not honour the request.
The word “denominational” can be accurately defined as:
- founded, sponsored, or controlled by a particular religious denomination or sect.
- limited, conditioned, originating in, or influenced by the beliefs, attitudes, or interests of a religious sect, political party, etc.
The largest city in the province the CNP is headquartered does not permit them to assemble publicly and communicate electoral policies to voters after the writ has been issued. This constitutional infringement is most fundamental to any so-called “free and democratic society” and is a clear impairment of the rights and freedoms of any political or religiously oriented group. The significance of this infringement is magnified by the fact that it came in the midst of a federal election.
The electoral policies of the Canadian Nationalist Party are inspired by lawfully recognized religious texts in circulation, and therefore, we views this denial as an infringement of our:
- freedom of religion
- democratic rights
The Canadian Nationalist Party seeks jurisdiction independent of the English Crown as a remedy toward this impairment of their rights and liberties so that we may continue to exercise our religious self-determination.
In putting subjects of constitutional law on public notice of this alleged breach of contract, with the intention to prevent any breach of peace, we request prompt acknowledgement or objection including any undue consideration.
The Canadian Nationalist Party describes itself as not only a political constituency, but as a unique denomination of the Church, inspired by the Word of God to formulate policies which are in the public interest and seek election to hold office. In this capacity, we are not only servants of the public, but servants of the will of God – like a finely-tuned instrument evangelizing his good works here on this earthly plane.
Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Not unto us, but unto thy name do we give glory for thy mercy and thy truthfulness.
Our Church is one which seeks to know the Almighty Creator, by choosing to learn and teach a positive orientation to those who would care to hear.
One of the foundational teachings of the Church is that of forgiveness and the remission of sin. In forgiveness lies the halting of the wheel of karma. This blessing we ask of ourselves as well as bestow unto others who are willing to ask and willing to take responsibility. We recognize that in each person lies a great (or alternatively) terrible potential which only through the direction of willpower can manifest itself. To those who have seen this potential and have repented of what they have done or left undone, do we salute you in your endeavours.
Signed, October 24th, 2020 at Redvers, Saskatchewan:
More information can be found at: CNP v. R.