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Mandatory Masks At School Are Not Cool

Last week, the South East Corner Stone School Division accused Canadian Nationalist Party Leader Travis Patron of “rude or indecent” behavior when he visited Redvers School to inquire and object about their mandatory mask policy. This week, he is responding to that accusation.
  1. Southeast Cornerstone School Division Letter – Superintendent
  2. Southeast Cornerstone School Division Response Letter – Travis Patron

TO:
Kevin Hengen
Superintendent of Schools East Service Area
South East Cornerstone Public School Division
80A-18th Street Northeast,
Weyburn, Saskatchewan
S4H 2W4

FROM:
Travis Patron
Canadian Nationalist Party
PO Box 490,
Redvers, Saskatchewan
S0C 2H0

DATE: Monday, November 30th, 2020

South East Cornerstone Public School Division – Response Letter

Mr. Superintendent,

This is an acknowledgement that we have received your recent letter referencing a potential violation of s. 367 of The Education Act, 1995 by alleging acting with rude or indecent behaviour when we attended the Redvers School on Tuesday, November 24th, 2020. Let me first and foremost object to the accusation that we conducted ourselves rudely or indecently. We have not. There is nothing rude or indecent about objecting to an unconstitutional provincial mandate requiring the use of masks in public schools. There is nothing rude or indecent about raising one’s voice in the face of oppression either, and this is how we currently characterize the government administration at the provincial level and beyond.

In March of this year, we served the Government Of Saskatchewan a Notice Of Objection in regard to their declared state of emergency on the grounds that is it unprecedented and unnecessary and that it has a high probability of causing undo suppression of our economic conditions – especially in rural areas of the province. We believe these words to be self-evident today and intend on continuing to stand in objection to this declared state of emergency.

We interpret your immediate decision to prohibit us from entering the school or being on school property in response to our activism (read: inquiring in-person about a public schools mask policy) as relatively undiplomatic and perhaps even unbecoming of a superintendent dealing with a federal party leader headquartered in the municipality. No effort to listen to our perspective or address our questions has been made whatsoever. This is disappointing to us.

Mandating masks in public facilities, including for staff and students at school is uncalled for and unnecessary unless the current government administration is able to justify them.

I’m willing to bet that if an anonymous poll were held today, the majority of students and staff alike would vehemently reject mandatory masks.

As an alumni, this is not the first time I’ve raised my voice at Redvers School in objection to something I believe to be fundamentally wrong (mandatory masks) and if I have my way, it most certainly won’t be the last …

Sincerely,

Travis Patron, Canadian Nationalist Party Leader
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General Johnathon Vance: We Stand At A Crossroads

General Johnathon Vance gives forewarning about potential implications of a COVID-19 vaccine at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building on Wednesday, November 25th, 2020.
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“Free And Democratic” Society

A pledge to uphold the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms is displayed in an entranceway of the Carlyle RCMP detachment.

Earlier this week RCMP constables fined Canadian Nationalist Party Leader Travis Patron $2,800 for visiting a public library in his hometown without wearing a mask.

During the recent 43rd Federal Election, Patron requested, and was denied ubiquitously, the liberty of being permitted to assemble publicly and communicate electoral policies to voters. Not a single request to assemble and communicate policies after the issue of the writ was honoured (September 11th – October 21st, 2019).

The Canadian Nationalist Party has since filed a civil lawsuit in February with the Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan in order to address this constitutional violation. As of yet, the Justice has not informed Patron if he will be granted leave to represent the corporation in the claim.

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CNP Demands Justice!

During the recent 43rd Federal Election, the Canadian Nationalist Party requested, and was denied without exception, the liberty of being permitted to assemble publicly and communicate its electoral policies to voters. Not a single request to assemble and communicate our policies after the issue of the writ was honoured (September 11th – October 21st, 2019). Every request was denied.

On September 11th, 2020 our organization filed a Statement Of Claim with the Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan in order to address the aforesaid constitutional violation (Canadian Charter Of Rights & Freedoms s. 2(a)(b)(c)) with the Canadian Nationalist Party acting as plaintiff and the City Of Saskatoon as defendant.

On Thursday, November 5th, the Court Of Queens Bench For Saskatchewan held a hearing to decide if current Party Leader, Chief Agent, and Sole Director (Mr. Travis Patron) should be granted leave to continue serving as lawyer representing the Canadian Nationalist Party. During these proceedings, the Canadian Nationalist Party referred to their notice of application pursuant Rule 2-34(2) in favour of granting Mr. Patron leave to continue acting as lawyer on behalf of the corporation.

Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP) Leader Travis Patron is currently waiting for Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan to decide if he will be granted leave to represent the corporation in this civil action claiming unconstitutional exclusion from recent 43rd Federal Election.

To date, the Canadian Nationalist Party has been found to have violated no section of the Canada Elections Act nor have we violated any “hate speech” legislation nor incited violence at any public event whatsoever.

The Canadian Nationalist Party is the only federally-registered political party headquartered in Saskatchewan and one of only two headquartered in all of Western Canada. Violating the democratic viability of a such parties is contrary to the public interest.

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No More Mandatory Masks In Redvers, Saskatchewan

Redvers, Saskatchewan

Letter From Our Leader,

Yesterday I was fined $2,800 for not wearing a mask while patronizing the Redvers Library. I can almost guarantee that I will not pay this fine, but instead attend court in order to argue what I believe to be a fine made unjustly and against the law of the land by an administration seeking to extort financial gain.

We believe that the current COVID-19 restrictions and accompanying fines being imposed on Canadians are unjust and represent an infringement of our constitutional rights and freedoms. We have a duty to stand in defense of the realm and against those who are currently extorting financial gain from Canadian citizens.

The COVID-19 lockdown restrictions (including mandatory masks and vaccines) are an abuse of power by the current government administration and must be resisted at every opportunity. The government has not justified mandatory masks nor their effectiveness at curbing the spread of this virus.

We will not comply with mandatory masks in public facilities including, but not limited to, the following:

  • Public Libraries
  • Public Schools
  • Public Recreation Centers
  • City Halls/Town Offices
  • Crown Corporations

Private business owners are free to enforce mask policies as they see fit. We are forming resistance against government-mandated masks and vaccines in Saskatchewan.

We need government that is capable and willing to stand up to regional, provincial, and federal agencies who limit access to public facilities and amenities. Necessary public demand for mandatory masks does not exist. To make these laws beforehand, against the will of the vast majority, is a symptom of despotism.

I prefer not to wear a mask and until I am shown credible, convincing evidence that they are necessary and effective, I will not be forced to wear one in public facilities. For those who choose to wear a mask, they can continue to do so, but the rest of us will not be bullied into following their sheepish compliance with an unconstitutional mandate. We oppose this and we hope you’ll join us …

In your service,

Travis Patron, Canadian Nationalist Party Leader, +1(306)840-7132
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Motion For Summary Judgement [CNP v. R.]

The plaintiff (Canadian Nationalist Party) is today motioning to the court for summary judgement regarding their claim that the defendant (English Crown) has committed breach of contract by failing to defend the rights and liberties of the Church as described in the Magna Carta of 1215.

Court proceedings come through a Common Law Tribunal formed on April 28th, 2020 by public declaration served to the municipality of Redvers, district of Souris – Moose Mountain, Province Of Saskatchewan, and Dominion Of Canada. The Notice Of Claim Of Right included no less than twelve (12) citizens of the realm as signatories supporting the formation of the tribunal.

Between: Canadian Nationalist Party Inc. (plaintiff) & English Crown (defendant)
Proceeding Court: Canadian Nationalist Party Common Law Tribunal
Location: Redvers, Saskatchewan
File Number: CNPCLT13744

In the name of remedial self-determination, the Canadian Nationalist Party is seeking jurisdiction independent of the English Crown so that they may continue to exercise their religious freedom.

The following facts are to be considered authoritative truths regarding the history and present circumstances of the Canadian Nationalist Party, its candidates, and members:

Exclusion From Recent 43rd Federal Election:

  1. During the recent 43rd Federal Election, the Canadian Nationalist Party requested, and was denied without exception, the liberty of being permitted to assemble publicly and communicate its electoral policies to voters. Not a single request to assemble and communicate our policies after the drop of the writ was honoured (September 11th – October 21st, 2019).
  2. Leading up to the election, the Canadian Nationalist Party was also ubiquitously denied access to publicly funded convention centers, university campuses, and libraries for reasons never justified.
  3. To date, the Canadian Nationalist Party has been found to have violated no section of the Canada Elections Act nor have we violated any “hate speech” legislation nor incited violence at any public event whatsoever.
  4. On September 27th, 2019, the Canadian Nationalist Party requested a permit from the City Of Saskatoon to “host a public event to communicate our party policies to Canadian voters for the upcoming 43rd Federal Election” on City Hall premises. Two days later, the City Of Saskatoon responded to the request by informing the Canadian Nationalist Party that they viewed the application “as an activity which is considered denominational” and therefore, would not honour the request.
  5. The word “denominational” can be accurately defined as:
    1. founded, sponsored, or controlled by a particular religious denomination or sect.
    2. limited, conditioned, originating in, or influenced by the beliefs, attitudes, or interests of a religious sect, political party, etc.
  6. The Canadian Nationalist Party describes itself as not only a political constituency, but a unique denomination of the Church, inspired by the Word of God to formulate policies which are in the public interest and seek election of office.
  7. On the grounds that our electoral policies are inspired by lawfully recognized religious texts in circulation, the Canadian Nationalist Party views this denial as an infringement of their:
    • freedom of religion
    • democratic rights
    • self-determination
  8. The Canadian Nationalist Party headquarters and City Of Saskatoon are both located in the Province Of Saskatchewan. The largest city (by population) in the province of our headquarters does not permit us to assemble publicly and communicate our policies to voters during an active election.
  9. The Canadian Nationalist Party is the only federally-registered political party headquartered in Saskatchewan and one of only two headquartered in all of Western Canada. Violating the democratic viability of a such parties could potentially be contrary to the public interest.

The Canadian Nationalist Party maintains that these combined facts demonstrate beyond a reasonable doubt that our self-determination as a political constituency has been unlawfully infringed.

Court Of Queen’s Bench:

  1. On September 11th, 2020 our organization filed a Statement Of Claim with the Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan in order to address the aforesaid constitutional violation (Canadian Charter Of Rights & Freedoms s. 2(a)(b)(c)) with the Canadian Nationalist Party acting as plaintiff and the City Of Saskatoon as defendant.
  2. The Magna Carta of 1215 was listed as applicable legislation on the plaintiff’s Statement Of Claim.
  3. On Thursday, November 5th, the Court Of Queens Bench For Saskatchewan held a hearing to decide if current Party Leader, Chief Agent, and Sole Director (Mr. Travis Patron) should be granted leave to continue serving as lawyer representing the Canadian Nationalist Party. During these proceedings, the Canadian Nationalist Party referred to their notice of application pursuant Rule 2-34(2) in favour of granting Mr. Patron leave to continue acting as lawyer on behalf of the corporation. In the application, we identified with the English Church as described by the Magna Carta and referenced a passage found within religious text (Book Of Judgement, Chapter XXXV, verse 1-9, OAHSPE Kosmon Bible).
  4. On the same day, the Canadian Nationalist Party filed a motion to compel the Court Of Queen’s Bench to honour the Magna Carta of 1215.
  5. Over 2 weeks have passed since this hearing and the Canadian Nationalist Party has not been informed as to any decision by the presiding Justice if Mr. Travis Patron should be granted leave to continue acting as lawyer.
  6. In accordance with Magna Carta Clause 40, the Crown must not deny or delay right or justice to anyone. Failure to decide on the aforementioned application in a timely manner could potentially represent a negligence of duty and weigh in favour of the plaintiff.

Magna Carta (1215):

  1. The Magna Carta was sealed by King John of the English Crown on June 15th, in the year 1215 at Runnymede, between Windsor and Staines, over 800 years ago, and remains lawfully-binding upon the Crown. It was successfully invoked on March 23rd, 2001 in accordance with Clause 61, and therefore, embodies the Supreme Law of the realm today. This charter was sealed and agreed upon before God, confirming that the English Church shall be free, shall have its rights undiminished, and shall have its liberties unimpaired. The English Crown, including heirs in perpetuity, is to observe this agreement in good faith and in accordance with their own free will – upholding the freedom of the Church’s elections as a right reckoned to be of the greatest necessity and importance.
  2. The current Head Of State of the Dominion Of Canada is Queen Elizabeth II, who is an heir in perpetuity of the English Crown.

The above affirmations and claims are valid as to our lawful understanding, and which are sworn by on penalty of perjury and commercial liability.

Public Failure Of Journalistic Mandate:

  1. The Canadian Nationalist Party has submitted a complaint to the Office Of The Ombudsman of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) alleging a violation of their stated mandate of Journalistic Standards and Practices (code of ethics) for neglecting to report on this constitutional violation or our civil court action which argues that, while espousing the ideology of nationalism, we have been (for all intents and purposes) excluded from the democratic channel during and leading up to the recent 43rd Federal Election.
  2. The Canadian Nationalist Party did then propose an interview with CBC as a method of addressing the aforesaid complaint, which as of yet has been neither confirmed nor denied.

On the grounds that the English Crown confirms, to the honour of God, that the English Church shall be free, and shall have its rights undiminished, and its liberties unimpaired, granted by charter the freedom of the Church’s elections, and that this freedom shall be observed in good faith by heirs in perpetuity, the Canadian Nationalist Party hereby motions for summary judgement on the claim that, as a unique denomination of the English Church, the failure of the Crown to defend our religious freedom represents a breach of contract of the Magna Carta (1215).

May the Heavenly Host who holds the authority to arbitrate between the Canadian Nationalist Party and the English Crown do so with grace and righteousness.

Sworn by on this 21st day of November, in the year 2020 at Redvers, Saskatchewan:

Mr. Travis Patron, Canadian Nationalist Party Leader

More information can be found at CNP v. R.

Case Information:

Applicable Legislation:

Contact Information & Address For Service:

Plaintiff:
Canadian Nationalist Party Inc.
ATTN: Party Leader Travis Patron, Chief Agent
PO Box 490, Redvers, SK, S0C 2H0
+1(306)840-7132
www.nationalist.ca

Defendant:

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, English Crown
ATTN: Governor General Julie Payette, Office of the Secretary to the Governor General
Rideau Hall, 1 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, ON, K1A 0A1
+1(613)993-8200
www.gg.ca