Friday, 16 March 2018

Canadian Government Steals Rights

    The enemy of the Citizens of Canada are the very tyrants that we elect and hire to govern on our behalf! 
    Case in point is the tyrannical theft of property rights by the denial of 'Land Patent Grants'! 
    The theft of the Land Patent Grant denotes a government no different than any other tyrannical dictatorships throughout history. 

Socialism: Ideas so good they have to be mandated! 

    The Liberal-Socialist government has terminated the rights of private property owners the sanctity of their property. They have revealed their continuing war on Canadian Citizens by allowing municipal and government agencies the right to trespass on private property without permission or notice.
    The conduct of the unaccountable Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority (NPCA) proves the point.

    St. Catharines Mayor Walter Sendzic, through his Regional Councilor and NPCA Board member Bruce Timms took no time resurrecting a 2.5 yr (30 month old) minor flooding situation to allow the NPCA to take control of private property. 

Queen Elizabeth Letters Patent

For all you doubting Thomases out there who thought land grant patents where nothing but bits of paper, get a load of this. It is the preamble to the constitution brought back from Britain by Pierre Trudeau in 1982. It contains proof positive that letters patent is the highest form of legislation in the land and without them, there would have been no constitution. The Queen issued a letters patent to make this possible. She would not have had to do that if they were worthless pieces of paper.

of April 17, 1982,
proclaiming in force the


Attorney General of Canada

ELIZABETH THE SECOND, by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom, Canada and Her other Realms and Territories QUEEN, Head of the Commonwealth, Defender of the Faith.

To All to Whom these Presents shall come or whom the same may in anyway concern,

A Proclamation

Whereas in the past certain amendments to the Constitution of Canada have been made by the Parliament of the United Kingdom at the request and with the consent of Canada;

And Whereas it is in accord with the status of Canada as an independent state that
Canadians be able to amend their Constitution in Canada in all respects;

And Whereas it is desirable to provide in the Constitution of Canada for the recognition of certain fundamental rights and freedoms and to make other amendments to the

And Whereas the Parliament of the United Kingdom has, at the request and with the consent of Canada, enacted the Canada Act, which provides for the patriation and amendment of the Constitution of Canada;

And Whereas section 58 of the Constitution Act, 1982, set out in Schedule B to the Canada Act, provides that the Constitution Act, 1982 shall, subject to section
59 thereof, come into force on a day to be fixed by proclamation issued under the Great Seal of Canada.

Now Know You that We, by and with the advice of Our Privy Council for Canada, do by this Our Proclamation, declare that the Constitution Act, 1982 shall, subject to section
59 thereof, come into force on the seventeenth day of April in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighty-two.

Of All Which Our Loving Subjects and all others whom these Presents may concern are hereby required to take notice and to govern themselves accordingly.

In Testimony Whereof We have caused these Our Letters to be made Patent and the Great Seal of Canada to be hereunto affixed.

At Our City of Ottawa, this seventeenth day of April in the Year of Our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Eighty-two and in the Thirty-First Year of Our Reign.

By Her Majesty's Command
Registrar General of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada


1 comment:

  1. This case law explains our Crown Patent rights:

    The Queen v. Robertson, 6 SCR 52, 1882 CanLII 25 (SCC), , retrieved on 2016-03-26

    Cockburn, C. J., says:— The use of water for the purpose of fishing is, when the fishery is united with the ownership of the soil, a right incidental and accessory to the latter. On a grant of the land, the water and the incidental and accessory right of fishing would necessarily pass with it. [Page 121]

    I am at a loss to understand how the Dominion, which never owned the land, and therefore never had any right to the fishing as incidental to such ownership, without any grant, statutory or otherwise, without a word in the statute indicating the slightest intention to vest the rights of property or of fishing in the Dominion, without a word qualifying or limiting the right of property of the provinces in the public lands, can now successfully claim to have a beneficial interest in those fisheries, and authority to deal with such rights of fishing as the property of the Dominion, and claim to rent or license the same at large yearly rents and appropriate the proceeds to Dominion purposes, I had formerly occasion to point out that the public works and property of each province which it was intended should be the property of Canada were enumerated in the 3rd schedule, and that neither by express words nor by the most forced construction, could the slightest inference be drawn that the public lands of the provinces, or their incidents, were intended to be vested in the Dominion, and that the express words of section 117 as clearly and unequivocally established that the provinces were to retain all their respective public property not otherwise disposed of by the act, and that, as if to place the question beyond a per-adventure, section 109 provided that all lands, mines, &c., belonging to the several provinces of &c., and all sums then due and payable for such lands, mines, &c., should belong to the several provinces in which the same are situate or arise, subject to any trusts existing in respect thereof and to any interest other than that of the province in the same.

    Tried to explain my rights given to me in my Crown Patent to City of Welland personnel, Grant Munday, in the planning department, MNRF (Vineland)Joad Durst and Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority, Carmen D'Angelo. City of Welland personnel never heard of the Crown Patent. Joad Durst shook his head and said something about it being an old piece of paper with no value Carmen D'Angelo informed me it holds no value. I requested all 3 to put something in writing stating the Crown Patent has no validity. Never got it from any of them. Perhaps Grant Munday, Joad Durst and Carmen D'Angelo would explain this?