The objects of the Alliance
The objects of the Alliance of the Founding Peoples of Canada are (without limitation):
- to recover the lawful Constitution: the British North America Act of 1867, the source of our self-government; and the Parliament and Legislatures for which the lawful Writs have been suppressed since 1982, for the “Charter” is (i) inoperable and (ii) a coup d’état 1;
- to implement a detailed Census of the country without delay.
- to repatriate humanely the foreigners who are here without our say-so and who manifestly are unable or unwilling to adopt the culture and institutions of British North America; and this because “multiculturalism” is not a “policy” but a new constitution, and the mass-immigration to achieve it is unlawful;
- to urgently increase the demographics of the constituent peoples on our own soil to secure our survival; our situation must be grave, as we have been targeted by the UN (who elected them?) with “replacement migration”;
- to lawfully amend the British North America Acts to implement the Eleventh Principle (“73rd Resolution”): the reunification of New France at the federal level;
- to encourage the accession of the Aboriginal peoples of Canada to Confederation as an Aboriginal province;
- to lawfully amend the British North America Acts to implement Government School as a special exception to the rule of “exclusive” local control of education.
- to widely implement Constitutional education in our local, provincial school systems;
- to prosecute usurpers and traitors to the full extent of the law, and to recover damages from them wherever possible;
1 One of the perpetrators of the coup admitted the coup in public and in writing within months after it happened. See: “The Patriation and Legitimacy of the Canadian Constitution“, being the text of a pair of Cronkite Lectures delivered to the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan in October of 1982.
In his said lectures, Barry Lee Strayer flattered himself with the titles of Q.C. and Assistant Deputy Minister (Public Law) in the post-coup Department of Justice (Canada). However, usurpers have no titles.