~ All Ten Principles ~

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~ First Principle ~

CANADA IS A SOVEREIGN ETHNIC FEDERATION

THE CONFEDERATION OF CANADA is an ethnic fed­er­ation of the con­stituent or Founding Peoples of Canada.  It is a federal sovereign nation.  It is Parliamentarian on the British Westminster model, the very character and essence of which is the principle of Parlia­men­tary Sovereignty.  The British model separates the powers and there­fore guarantees our self-government.  It repels globalism, judi­cial interference in politics, and foreign control of our law and of our culture on our own soil.   Thinking of the Division of Powers, our Parl­iament can make and un-make any law whatever which the Con­stitution empowers it to make.  It can make and repeal at will any treaty which the Constitution authorizes.

 

~ Second Principle ~

Confederation is permanent.

OUR FOREFATHERS established Confederation to protect and pre­serve the Founding Peoples of Canada and our legitimate heirs and descendants for “all time to come”.  The constitutional principles on which they established our Confederation make it permanent.

 

~ Third Principle ~

Confederation is a War Measure.

CONFEDERATION is the legal assertion of the right of the Founding Peoples of Canada to independent existence. Confederation denies all power to dismantle Canada or to annex Canada, or to alter the form of union to eliminate our self-government.  Because the Con­sti­tution is a war measure, it legally repels all forms of overthrow and invasion.

 

~ Fourth Principle ~

THE CONSTITUTION MUST BE UTILIZED.

ARTILLERY PARKED on the battle field is worthless until it is manned and put into operation.  In like manner, although the Constitution is a war measure, it is only effective as long as the peoples to whom it belongs assert it.  In order to use their Constitution, the Founding Peoples must be aware of what it is, and of how to use it.  The Founding or constituent peoples of Canada undertake to be aware of what their Constitution is, and they vow to utilize it to secure their rights.

 

~ Fifth Principle ~

THE FOUNDING PEOPLES PROTECT ONE ANOTHER.

OUR TRUE Constitutional heritage of 1867 makes the con­stit­uent or Founding Peoples of Canada friends and allies for our own mutual protection.  We utilize our Constitution together, and in harmony, not in opposition to one another.  This principle arises from the coop­era­tion of the Founding Fathers who prepared our Constitution in 1861-1867.

 

~ Sixth Principle ~

UNCONSTITUTIONAL ACTS VIOLATE OUR SELF-GOVERNMENT

UNCONSTITUTIONAL ACTS destroy our self-government.  Therefore, no “law”, no bylaw, no bill, no policy, no Order in Council, no practice contrary to Confederation will be tolerated by the Founding Peoples of Canada.  Every member of the Founding Peoples must be a sen­tinel, armed and alert to rally the others in defense of our rights.  At the Provincial level, they rally their local fellows.  At the federal level, they rally the nation.

 

~ Seventh Principle ~

“CANADIAN CULTURE” IS THAT OF THE CONSTITUENT PEOPLES

EACH PROVINCE and each Territory of Canada be­longs to one of the constituent or Founding Peoples of Canada. The Parliament of Canada belongs to all of the Founding Peoples of Canada.  In con­se­quence, “Canadian culture” is defined as being the culture of one of the constituent peoples of Canada in its own Territorial or Pro­vin­cial locale; or as all the cultures of the Founding Peoples taken as a whole.

With demographic shifts, there may be more than one constituent people in a Province. In case of political difficulties where two con­stit­uent peoples come to occupy fairly equal majorities on their soil, talks may be undertaken to adjust provincial boundaries in order to maintain the federal principle of self-determination in Con­fed­er­ation.

 

~ Eighth Principle ~

THE PRINCIPLES OF FAMILY AND COMMUNITY

The nation is based on the Family.  The Family is based on the Mother and Father who conceive and create the Family.  The Mother and Father are the constituent unit and the basis of political authority of our society.  It cannot be otherwise, because without them, there is no society.

However, the British and French peoples of Europe whose ancestors founded Canada are disappearing. The European peoples and na­tions are disappearing.  The Canadian Founding Peoples have no intention of disappearing.

We therefore renew the vision of our Founding Fathers of a federal nation from sea to shining sea by reaffirming the natural principles of community and family.  All measures necessary to re-establish the constituent peoples of Canada demographically will be under­taken as a mat­ter of national emergency.

 

~ Ninth Principle ~

CONFEDERATION IS OPEN TO THE ABORIGINAL PEOPLES

If the Aboriginal peoples of Canada, or any of them, at any time decide that they would like to join Confederation, the constituent peoples of Canada will enter into talks with the Aboriginal peoples on the manner of bringing this about.  The accession of the Abo­ri­ginal peoples of Canada to Confederation — for example in the form of a Province — would be achieved consistently with the Con­sti­tu­tion, and the other Founding Peoples of Canada will fully coop­er­ate in achieving their integration.

 

~ Tenth Principle ~

GOVERNMENT IS OUR SERVANT, NOT OUR MASTER

Government is responsible to the electorate.  Government is not the master of the electorate.  We do not receive our rights from govern­ment; but we constitute government to regulate our existing rights. Thus, politically speaking, our governments answer to us.  They are responsible to us, accountable to us, electable by us, and remov­able by us, at all times according to law.

Socialist planning and Marxism are inconsistent with self-government and with liberty, and thus they are contrary to British Parliamentary democracy.  Being therefore unconstitutional, these notions cannot and will not be given effect in Canada.