God And My Right

The Canadian Nationalist Party describes itself as not only a political body, 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. In this capacity, we are not only servants of the public, but servants of the will of God.

Matthew 23: Seven Woes On The Teachers Of The Law & Pharisees

FIRST, THAT WE HAVE GRANTED TO GOD, and by this present charter have confirmed for us and our heirs in perpetuity, that the English Church shall be free, and shall have its rights undiminished and its liberties unimpaired. That we wish this so to be observed, appears from the fact that of our own free will, before the outbreak of the present dispute between us and our barons, we granted and confirmed by charter the freedom of the Church’s elections – a right reckoned to be of the greatest necessity and importance to it – and caused this to be confirmed by Pope Innocent III. This freedom we shall observe ourselves, and desire to be observed in good faith by our heirs in perpetuity.

King John, English Crown, June 15th, 1215, Runnymede, Magna Carta

Our Church is one which yearns 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 our denomination 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 both ask and take responsibility of themselves. We recognize that in each person lies a great (or alternatively) terrible potential which only through the direction of willpower manifests. To those who have seen this potential and have repented of what they have done or left undone: we salute you.


Travis Patron, Canadian Nationalist Party Leader
Activism Featured

The Magna Carta May Be Western Civilization’s Last Line Of Defence Against Tyranny

When dealing with the governments of man, the 1215 treaty of Magna Carta may be Western Civilization’s last line of defence against tyranny. Invoked on March 21st, 2001, the Magna Carta can still be used in order to hold the British Crown accountable.

The current standing in law of the Magna Carta is a point of contentious debate. Even more so is the practical application of the 63 provisions embodied in the agreement.

Many people seem to believe that the treaty of Magna Carta has no effective application in Canadian society. However, because our Head Of State remains the same heir in perpetuity as the King who sealed the agreement, it is as binding upon the Crown as the day it was drawn up at Runnymede on June 15th, 1215.

Because the Magna Carta is a contractual agreement directly between the Crown and their subjects, it can only be repealed or amended by those same original parties coming together to make changes. Parliamentary proceedings have no effect on the liberties contained in the Magna Carta and their contemporary application as parliament was not a party to the contract when it was agreed upon.

The Crown must uphold the provisions embodied in the Magna Carta after it has been invoked. It is considered constitutional law.

The Magna Carta was successfully invoked in accordance with Clause 61 on March 23rd, 2001.

Those who fail to honour the treaty of Magna Carta when called upon may be held criminally liable for aiding and abetting High Treason.

Featured Tribunal

Notice To Appear: English Crown [CNP v. R.]

Tribunal Adjudicator Travis Patron is serving the Governor General of Canada, Julie Payette a formal notice to appear for proceedings scheduled in Redvers, Saskatchewan on Saturday, October 24th, in order to make answer to claims that the Crown has breached contractual obligations contained within the Magna Carta of 1215.

Notice To Appear: English Crown, service Governor General of Canada, Julie Payette

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

Court Proceedings:

  1. Notice Of Claim Of Right: Common Law Tribunal – April 28th, 2020
  2. Statement Of Claim & Sworn Affidavit – September 27th, 2020
  3. Notice To Appear: Defendant – October 10th, 2020
  4. Public Trial: CNP v. R. – October 24th, 2020

Case Information:

As remedy toward this infringement, the plaintiff is seeking independence of jurisdiction so that they may continue to exercise their self-determination and religious freedom.

Travis Patron, Canadian Nationalist Party Leader