CNP Leader Addresses Recent Complaints
Canadian Nationalist Party is addressing two recent complaints that were covered in the mainstream press:
- RCMP going after Canadian Nationalist Party for intellectual property violation
- The Canadian Nationalist Party is trying to win Canada’s vote
- RCMP launch hate crime probe of leader of nationalist group vying for party status in federal election
Both the complaints for alleged “hate propaganda” and the complaint of trademark infringement are invalid.
In order for language to be criminally liable it must be made against an identifiable group. Speech, such as that shown in the video ‘Beware The Parasitic Tribe’, uses parables/parody and therefore it is not made against an identifiable group. Additionally, we are not alluding to a specific ethnicity of people in the video to begin with. The complaint has not met the threshold necessary for charges to be lain. Doing otherwise would bring the administration of justice into disrepute.
In regards to the alleged trademark abuse claim, the Canadian Nationalist Party has never made commercial use of the item in question ‘RCMP Centennial Coin’ and has never sold the item.