The Canadian Nationalist Party is today compelling the Province Of Saskatchewan by writ of mandamus to uphold our religious liberty and exonerate the accused in matters (R. v Patron) where they were wrongfully convicted.
Party Leader Travis Patron is disputing juridiction to proceed against him in matters currently sheduled in Saskatchewan Court Of Appeal
The Province Of Saskatchewan lacks personal jurisdiction to proceed against the Canadian Nationalist Party under section 319 (so-called “hate speech”) and have attempted to do so illegally since February 14th, 2021. Saskatchewan forfeited in personam jurisdiction over our speech, our propaganda, and more, after they refused our leader, Mr. Travis Patron, the right to practice law within the dominion’s courts without a license in matters which were held in early
*Disclaimer: The following is a declaration served on April 28th, 2020 to the municipality of Redvers, district of Souris – Moose Mountain, Province Of Saskatchewan, and Dominion Of Canada.
We are writing you today to give notice that our political constituency will be hosting a demonstration spanning multiple dates within your municipality in order to lawfully settle charges Party Leader Travis Patron is currently accused of.
Under Clause 61 of our constitional Magna Carta, which was sworn by on March 3rd, 2020, The Canadian Nationalist Party is today giving advanced notice of our intent to seize property, hereby known as the "Redvers Cenotaph", whose rightful ownership is currently disputed.
The 'Committee Of Twenty-Five Barons' invoked Magna Carta in accordance with Article 61 on March 23rd, 2001, and continue to act with Lawful Dissent today.