Issued by the West Coast Common Law Grand Jury
Established November 15, 2016 to investigate Crimes against Humanity in British Columbia
A reward of $10,000 is offered by the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the death of these aboriginal members of the ITCCS or its predecessor The Friends and Relatives of the Disappeared (FRD):
Chief Louis Daniels: FRD convener and liaison with Ojibway Nation, died in Winnipeg General Hospital, February 12, 2006
Harriet Nahanee: FRD leader and eyewitness to Alberni Indian residential school murders, died in Surrey Remand Prison after her arrest by RCMP, February 24, 2007
Johnny “Bingo” Dawson: Leader of FRD protests, died in Vancouver after being beaten by Vancouver police, December 9, 2009
William Combes: Eyewitness to abduction of children by Queen of England, died in Vancouver General Hospital of lethal injection, February 26, 2011 after speaking publicly of the abduction
Ricky Lavallee: Eyewitness to beating-to-death of Bingo Dawson by Vancouver police, died of blows to the head after speaking publicly about the killing, February 2, 2012
Harry Wilson: Eyewitness to two murders at Alberni Indian residential school, died of unknown cause, April 6, 2012
These deaths and other crimes by church, state and organized crime in Canada are the subject of an ongoing Citizen Grand Jury investigation presently being conducted on the west coast under the auspices of the ITCCS and its common law High Court of Justice.
To contact the Grand Jury with information, write to the ITCCS at email@example.com . See www.murderbydecree.com .
Harriett Nahanee under arrest just prior to her death in jail, Vancouver, February 2007
Harry Wilson (left) and Kevin Annett, Vancouver, 1997
In affiliation with Radio Free Kanata, two programs devoted to educating and mobilizing We, The People are on the air this month, joining our forces across the water.
Radio Free Anglia, with hosts Kevin Annett and Andy Peacher, reaches a predominately English, Scottish, Welsh and Irish audience. It can be heard every Sunday at 11 am pacific time, 7 pm GMT in England, at this link; and here is the first program of Radio Free Anglia aired on February 5, 2017:
And commencing February 25 is Common Sense, an American-based program broadcast on Saturdays at 12 noon pacific time. More details are forthcoming.
These programs join the regular feature Radio Free Kanata, aired every Sunday at 3 pm pacific on www.bbsradio.com/radiofreekanata .
These programs will unite common law Republic activists and front line warriors in Europe and North America. Use them as your platform. For more information and to take part, contact firstname.lastname@example.org .
by Kevin D. Annett
The worst thing to come out of all this is that Bernie Saunders threw away the best chance in the last century to launch a progressive third party in America. We still need to do that, with or without him. -Saunders delegate to the Democratic National Convention, July 27, 2016
I do not want you to follow me or anyone else; if you are looking for a Moses to lead you out of this capitalist wilderness, you will stay right where you are. I would not lead you into the promised land if I could, because if I led you in, some one else would lead you out. You must use your heads as well as your hands, and get yourself out of your present condition. - Eugene Debs, Socialist Party of America Presidential Candidate, 1908
Pundits high and low have already whipped out their political scalpels to dissect the perhaps not unexpected collapse of Senator Bernie Saunders and his more naïve followers into the entrails of the Democratic Party. Such an operation is not only premature but misdiagnosed, for it dwells on a figurehead and not a phenomena.
Forget about Bernie Saunders. What compelled him to betray the hopes of thirteen million progressive Americans is anybody’s guess, and no doubt will be critiqued to death for years by internet commentators who would rather talk than act. What matters to us is what those thirteen million men and women represent, and the future they may embody.
Nothing like those millions has emerged in America since the Populist movement of the early 20th century, when farmers and laborers directly challenged the two big money parties and the financial oligarchs that run them. One of the peoples’ champions of that time, a railway worker from Indiana named Eugene Debs, declared that their movement embodied a fight for the very soul of America. Today’s progressive movement is of the same revolutionary promise because of its potential to unite all marginalized Americans in a massive cross-party force to wrest the nation back from a war-making corporate elite, and to redefine America in the process.
Understand that we are not talking about a new electoral machine but a revolutionary movement to not only reclaim America but transform its very spirit and substance into the free egalitarian society envisioned by the Founders. And like all true revolutions, this one has already been born first in the hearts and minds of the people, to paraphrase John Adams. It has arisen from out of the depths of a great misery and discontent that is sweeping the nation.
The corporate oligarchy’s two political arms – the Democratic and Republican parties – are doing their best to capture that discontent and define it in terms that will serve the Corporatocracy that has replaced the American Republic. It can be argued that Bernie Saunders performed precisely such a service by capturing and channeling some of that popular outrage back into the Democrats.
Regardless, no amount of back room political intrigue can derail a discontent so huge, provided that it finds its own mind, voice and leadership. And therein lies the challenge.
As that keen observer of Americans, Alexis de Tocqueville, observed in his work Democracy in America,
“Americans are constantly excited by two conflicting passions; they want to be led, and they wish to remain free: they strive to satisfy them both at once. They devise a sole, tutelary, and all-powerful form of government, but elected by the people. They combine the principle of centralization and that of popular sovereignty, and console themselves for being in bondage by the reflection that they have chosen their own guardians. By this system the American people shake off their state of dependence just long enough to select their master, and then relapse into it again. Yet he who consents to obey others, who submits his will, and even his thoughts, to their control, how can he pretend that he wishes to be free?”
A people reared to look to authority figures, to live and think vicariously through political “leaders” who are controlled invisibly and beyond their reach, are functional slaves. Regardless of the militancy of their words or program, they are unable to acquire their own outlook and power short of a profound shock that snaps their umbilical chord to the system. Bernie Saunders’ abject surrender to the Democratic Establishment provided such a shock to at least some of his followers, who are searching now for a third party alternative. And yet most of the millions who looked to Saunders to usher in a new America still seem like a gaggle of confused and directionless chickens, if their public remarks mean anything.
Growing up is never an easy thing to do, especially in a culture like ours that instills fear and infantile dependency into all of us from day one. And yet the unquenchable discontent of many Americans remains, and yearns to find its own mature power and expression not defined by the nation’s stale unipolar politics. To do so, their new American revolution must seek out and drink from the source of its vitality: that heart which Alexis de Tocqueville described in 1832:
“I sought for the greatness and genius of America in her commodious harbors and her ample rivers – and it was not there . . . in her rich mines and her vast world commerce – and it was not there . . . in her democratic Congress and her matchless Constitution – and it was not there. Not until I went into the churches of America and heard her pulpits aflame with righteousness did I understand the secret of her genius and power. America is great because she is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, she will cease to be great.”
Rarely is personal and civic virtue a topic in mainstream political discourse, nor is it seen as a necessary preliminary to liberty, as John Adams and other Founders continually stressed. But the truth is that without a moral awakening and the recovery of goodness within and among us, broader social change, let alone revolution, is unimaginable. It was such a revival known as the evangelical Great Awakening of the 1740′s and ’50′s that formed the hearts of the people who made the American Revolution. Then or now, against the brutality of a system gone mad with greed and violence, the sons and daughters of liberty are armed first and foremost by their capacity for goodness: for compassion, a love of what is true, and a refusal to dwell alongside evil and allow oppression and wrong to strike at any one of us.
These virtues form the basis of the program of our new American Revolution, which is rooted in the Natural Law and its three great maxims: No-one is subject to another, no-one has any right to more than another, and none shall do harm to another. When translated politically, these maxims give rise to three corresponding aims of Liberty, Equality and Peace.
By Liberty, we mean nothing less than the restoration of the constitutional Republic of the United States of America and the common law upon which it rests: a Republic in which every man and woman is sovereign and subject to nothing but the common law. To reclaim the Republic, we must disestablish the rule-by-fiat corporate tyranny that runs the government and the courts behind the mask of an American flag.
By Equality, we mean the de-corporatizing of America and an end to the rule of the “one percent”. The financial oligarchy who rule the nation must be as thoroughly dethroned as was King George III, and the wealth of the nation returned to all the people.
And by Peace, we mean the de-militarizing of America and the returning of power to the people through their own citizen militias and courts. An end, in short, to the military-industrial complex and its distortion of America into a permanent war economy and society.
A movement that pursues these goals to the end will win the allegiance of that great unspoken mass of discontented and sidelined Americans, and wrench a broad swath of poor and working people away from the clutches of Republicans and Democrats alike. Such a new alignment around a truly revolutionary third party in America will begin to break the corporate stranglehold and ignite the same flame that defeated the biggest Empire in the world in 1783.
For those who doubt this dream and call it an unwinnable battle, I draw their memories back to 1776 and a remnant few hundred patriot soldiers at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, caught in a winter as deep as our own. Amidst their own defeatism and despair, a poor immigrant named Thomas Paine proclaimed to them these words that carried forward their spirits and the American revolution to final victory:
“Where others see now only risk, I see opportunity. But those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must undergo the labor of supporting it. I love the man that can smile in trouble, gather strength from distress, and grow brave from endurance. ‘Tis the business of small minds to shrink from conflict, but he whose heart is firm, whose conscience approves his conduct, will pursue his principles unto death. We have it in our power to begin the world over again.”
Let us search for America in the virtue that rests in the hearts of its people, and the liberty that reaches out from there to claim back the nation that was stolen. Let us begin.
Requiem: Random Meditations for Perplexed Pilgrims
by Kevin D. Annett
Prime Minister Jean Chretien shows a protester who’s the boss, 1996
It takes only one man to commit a crime but an entire community to conceal it. - Krishnamurti
Evil is unspectacular and always human, and shares our bed and eats at our own table. - W.H. Auden
(Readers may wish to consult the July 8, 2016 news posting atwww.itccs.org .)
Dateline: Ottawa, Today – Somewhere in the Prime Minister’s Office
Little Justin Waterhole suddenly stopped preening himself at his mirror after a hurried rapping sounded at his door. It turned out to be one of his senior assistants.
“You’d better read this, Mr. Prime Minister” panted the flunky, thrusting a piece of paper at him.
Justin read it.
Hardly the brightest light bulb on the Hill, Justin needed an explanation.
“It’s an internal CSIS memo sir, from April of 1998. Somehow it got leaked out”
Uh huh? said Justin’s confused bovine gaze. The assistant, whose name was Dick, explained.
“It describes the Chretien containment operation, sir … You know, regarding the Indians”
“What Indians?” squeaked Justin nervously.
“The residential school Indians, sir. This memo laid out how they were to be stopped.”
“Oh yeah …” murmured the Prime Minister, glancing back at the mirror and adjusting his hair. “I remember hearing something about that. I think Daddy mentioned it once.”
Dick looked surprised but said nothing, hoping his boss would continue. But Justin only gave him a sad and empty smile.
“Mr. Trudeau sir, this memo implicates a former Liberal Prime Minister, Jean Chretien – one of your close political backers, sir – in a plan to harass, shut down and even do away with witnesses to residential school crimes. It’s being called a black ops plan of state terrorism, sir”
Justin frowned slightly and remarked,
“Who’s saying that?”
“I told you sir, the memo was leaked from somebody in CSIS. It went out on July 8. The CBC may look into it. The thing’s being quoted all over the internet!”
“Huh. Weird. I never saw it” replied Justin.
“The internet freaks are even running the news of the memo alongside that picture of Mr. Chretien choking that protester, sir …”
Justin laughed and uttered,
“Yeah, that was cool …”
Dick drew a heavy breath and continued,
“Well, anyway sir, this is bound to come up in question and answer period in the House, and you’d better be ready with an explanation!”
Justin frowned again.
“Oh yeah? Well, like what should I say?”
“I’ve already drafted something for you, sir. You’ll deny everything”
“Sure, okay” Justin replied, gazing furtively back at the mirror.
Dick seemed perturbed, but Justin didn’t seem to notice.
“Don’t you want to know why, Mr. Trudeau sir?” asked Dick.
“Why you have to deny the existence of the memo or the Chretien black ops plan, sir” Dick replied, his patience thinning.
“Yeah, okay, why?”
“Our friends at Cameco and Power Corp would be very upset if you didn’t , Mr. Prime Minister”
Justin stared blankly at Dick.
“Uranium, sir” Dick explained. “Hydro electricity”
Justin actually shrugged, as Dick wondered painfully to himself why he had ever turned down the Bay street consultancy offer.
“Well don’t leave me hanging here, Dick …” exclaimed Justin, donning the same cute smile he flashed at reporters.
“Mr. Chretien and several of his senior cabinet ministers were all heavy investors in those companies, sir. They still are. Their plan to silence the Indians wasn’t just a matter of political expediency.”
Justin still didn’t get it. Dick continued,
“The natives are in the way, Mr. Prime Minister. They’re even more in the way when they start yapping to the press about mass graves at residential schools. I assume your predecessor knew he had to do something about that before things got out of hand.”
“Wow” said Justin.
“Yes sir” replied Dick.
The dialogue is fictitious, perhaps, but the story is not.
The novelist William Styron wrote that the only thing holding back absolute hopelessness in life is either a happy marriage or a good book. And I would add, or kicking the biggest butt in town.
I first heard about the CSIS memo in question the day the news broke from Europe, where the opaque Canuck government insider who leaked it is apparently hiding out under police protection. I guess he or she just doesn’t trust Canada’s reputation for niceness, or something.
So what does it mean, anyway, when an entire nation and its churches kill off countless children as a matter of course and then with equal deliberation buy off or knock off the eye-witnesses?
My naïve answer is that whatever is responsible for such a crime has to be brought to an end. Stopped for good. Dismantled. Broken into little pieces so it can never harm again. Then something has to arise to replace it that is not murderous and criminal.
This attitude makes me a very unpopular man, here in Canada. People don’t like talking to me anymore, including my friends. Hell, even my political sympaticos won’t even write to me directly but do so through somebody else, since – you know – they might get targeted too, right?
I have a lot to say to our mystery man or woman who leaked the CSIS memo about the Canadian government’s plan to crush the truth tellers of the church-state massacre of brown children. Like for one thing, friend, stay in Europe.
You see, Canada’s too pleasant a place for whistle blowing. Canadians just don’t like a disturbance. We’re like the two grinning figure heads I once saw adorning a Haida longhouse, depicting slaves about to be sacrificed at a totem pole raising.Just keep smiling, everyone, and it’ll all be okay!
Twenty years ago I was stupid enough to think that publishing deadly truths that indict the powerful would change things more than window dressing. Dumbness has its purpose, of course, since none of my digging into those mortuary holes of Indian kids would have happened at the hands of a wiser man. But world enough and time hopefully awakens even the most die-hard activist to what he is swimming in. It took a lot of kicks to my head by the beast called Canada for me to grasp what was really going on.
When I was stupid and approachable, and deeply engaged in uncovering residential school atrocities, the government-pumped CBC used to phone me up every few months to see what I’d unearthed about our homegrown slaughter. Some new, eager-sounding voice would assure me that the CBC was planning a “major story” on the Indian school crimes (not their word for it, of course). Then after pumping me for information they’d always vanish: gone as quick as a Member of Parliament’s promises, and never a word of what I’d shared and proven would ever grace the evening news.
Nowadays, of course, I don’t get any such calls from the media. The official story is set in stone.
All of that ran through my head this week when I had passed on to me that a Montreal CBC reporter was “interested” in interviewing the CSIS-memo stool pigeon. Uh huh.
Don’t you hate it when the bad guys still try to treat us like idiots?
I’ve learned not to take it personally anymore. Reporters, politicians, Popes or Prime Ministers are all the same, especially during their first term on the job: they want to make a splash and be remembered. And the way to do that here in the Great White North is to keep things placid, dead and most of all, uncontroversial. Nobody in a prison likes too many questions, after all.
It was a brave soul indeed who released the CSIS memo on the Chretien plan to silence forever the witnesses to our own Genocide and shut down any inquiry into the same. I only hope their valor is matched by a trace of political realism that even the most seasoned Canadian activist seems to lack when it comes to the nature of their own country.
Realistically, the truth teller in question should expect nothing better from his revelation than a dead-end “official inquiry” into the matter by the very people who are guilty. That’s the Canadian way.
That said, I encourage the same whistle blower to go ahead anyway and kick the biggest butt here in town with everything he knows. My only regret is that by doing so he may attain the honor of becoming an even more hated figure in Canada than I am.
July 1 – Republic of Kanata Day
In this report:
1. Breaking News :
– Independent Missing People Inquiry uncovers startling new evidence – Common Law Court to be convened in Vancouver
– Counter-Report to Canada’s Genocide cover-up is officially censored – “Murder by Decree” is proscribed by west coast libraries after governmental pressure
– “Secret archive” of Catholic church crimes uncovered by Pennsylvania Grand Jury
– An Admission of Guilt? Quebec Catholic Arch-Bishop under suspicion of Ninth Circle complicity bans priests from being alone with children
2. Radio Free Kanata Returns! Our weekly broadcasts resume on Sunday September 4
3. Common Law Republic and its courts spread – Reclamations planned for the fall as speaking and organizing tours commence across North America and Europe
1. Breaking News :
Independent Missing People Inquiry uncovers startling new evidence – Common Law Court to be convened in Vancouver
Vancouver: After three months of investigations, the independent inquiry known as the International Tribunal for the Disappeared of Canada (ITDC) has released a startling interim report. Based on more than a hundred interviews, the ITDC report claims that the number of missing women and children on Canada’s west coast is “far more vast than previously suspected … it is a huge number, probably in the thousands.”
To quote an excerpt from the report’s summary,
“Previous police investigations were deliberately skewed to focus only on aboriginal women in certain localities who had been reported missing after a span of months, and quite often years. But when one tallies the total number of disappeared people regardless of the time elapsed or the locale where they vanished, the big picture indicates that hundreds of mostly aboriginal families are literally vanishing at a constant rate across the entire province of British Columbia (B.C.), and especially in coastal towns and across the north.”
The active involvement of RCMP and local police officers, social workers, government officials and judges in these disappearances is also confirmed by the ITDC report.
“Every level of the government and legal infrastructure in B.C. is involved in these disappearances, from local social workers and doctors who target, criminalize, over medicate and transport native children out of their homes, to judges who order the subsequent arrest of these children’s parents, to the RCMP hit squads and their private contractors who dispose of targeted aboriginal families. The recent appointment of a convicted child trafficker, Ed John, as the special adviser to the provincial government on native foster care, is one example of the institutionalization of this system of in-house crime … Growing evidence suggests that Mr. John was placed in his position to provide governmental protection to the growing trade in trafficking native children through white foster homes and to undetermined numbers of overseas buyers.”
A special ITDC team operating out of Terrace and Powell River, B.C. has also discovered that Chinese companies with military connections are involved in aboriginal disappearances, as part of an “ethnic cleansing” program tied to the colonization of Chinese settlers to Canada’s west coast.
Sino Bright, a Chinese corporation that sponsors off shore private schools in China and Canada and advocates an escalating immigration of Chinese to Canada, is establishing a major operation in the coastal town of Powell River, which has historically been a hot spot for aboriginal disappearances, child trafficking and off shore drug importation from Asia. (See testimony of witness Dagmar Stephens, http://itccs.org/2011/02/02/
Sino Bright’s head executive Quan Ouyang is linked to Chinese Generals implicated in the military-run human organ trafficking trade in China and related mass disappearances of targeted minority groups in China such as the Uyghur Muslims. The Chinese military leader Xi Jin Ping and several “highly placed Generals” are business associates of Quan Ouyang.
According to one RCMP witness interviewed by the ITDC team,
“Just last year the FBI were nosing around Powell River searching for a team of serial killers that were hitting all around Seattle and were tied to Asian gangs. Then suddenly the FBI backed off. One of them remarked to my commander there was some kind of diplomatic pressure on them to stop looking in Powell River. The last group of cops that tried digging into what goes on in that town were all found dead in their motel room. Drugs, sure, the Triad and Yakuza gangs use the place to bring in their shiploads, everybody knows that. But something even bigger than that had to make the FBI back off.”
Chinese investment in Canada, and especially in British Columbia, increased fifteen times between 2004 and 2014, and now totals over $13 billion. Much of that investment is concentrated in mining, lumber and power industries, often situated on traditional aboriginal lands still occupied by native bands. But the Chinese influence is expanding into many other sectors. (http://www.bcbusiness.ca/
According to the ITDC report summary,
“All our research indicates that powerful global economic and political forces are eliminating aboriginal populations in British Columbia with the same intensity as during the historic genocidal high point of European settlement between 1880 and 1920. The only difference now is that Trans-Pacific colonialism is behind the genocide, aided by Canadian governments and their police.”
On the basis of the ITDC report a common law court will be convened in Vancouver during the fall of 2016 that will seek to indict senior state, military, police and corporate officials in both Canada and China for the crimes against humanity being uncovered and documented by the ITDC.
The work of the ITDC continues. The Tribunal can be contacted at email@example.com . More information on their evidence can be found in Murder by Decree: The Crime of Genocide in Canada (2016), at www.murderbydecree.com .
Counter-Report to Canada‘s Genocide cover-up is officially censored – “Murder by Decree” is proscribed by west coast libraries after governmental pressure
Vancouver, Nanaimo: In recent weeks, copies of the just-released book “Murder by Decree: The Crime of Genocide in Canada” have continually vanished off the shelves of the Vancouver Island Library system and the Vancouver Public Library without reasonable explanation by library staff. In response, an inquiry to the central library office in Vancouver has revealed a directive to branch libraries to remove all copies of the book “for examination and evaluation”.
When asked about this directive, a senior staff member of the Vancouver Public Library who chose to remain unidentified stated to Kevin Annett on June 3, 2016,
“We were advised that the contents of that book could create a litigation issue for the library”.
When asked who advised them so, the staff member said, “Lawyers for the City, and Victoria”
“You mean the provincial government?” (Kevin)
“That’s correct” (Staff member)
A similar request for explanation from the Vancouver Island Library office in Nanaimo has been ignored.
Copies of Murder by Decree and its companion work, Unrelenting: Between Sodom and Zion can be ordered through Amazon.com and createspace.com .
“Secret archive” of Catholic church crimes uncovered by Pennsylvania Grand Jury
A Grand Jury in Altoona, Pennsylvania has issued a report that reveals a policy within the Catholic church of maintaining secret archives of evidence related to the trafficking and rape of children by priests. These archives are under the sole control of the local diocese Bishop and under so-called Canon law are never to be made public.
The Grand Jury’s report is part of a case that has already indicted a local Catholic Bishop, Stephen Raica, for aiding child rape and trafficking in his Diocese. Raica may stand trial within the next few months.
Last April, the Grand Jury’s investigators used court warrants to obtain access to Raica’s own secret archives and found that the identity of known child raping priests was being deliberately concealed by Raica. His action confirmed to investigators that the standing Vatican policy known as Crimen Sollicitationas, under which in-house child rape is to be concealed from the public and the police, is not only in effect but is binding on its officials.
“This discovery is earth shaking” commented a Pennsylvania attorney connected to the upcoming trial of Bishop Raica.
“In effect these secret archives could point to a broader system of planned malfeasance by the entire church that meet all the legal definitions of an institutionalized criminal conspiracy.”
(Copies of the Pennsylvania Grand Jury’s report can be obtained through the ITCCS central office at firstname.lastname@example.org).
An Admission of Guilt? Quebec Catholic Arch-Bishop already under suspicion of child trafficking bans priests from being alone with children
Montreal (source: The Guardian, June 24, 2016)
Catholic clergy in Montreal are now prohibited from being alone with children while performing their duties, under a new ruling by Montreal Arch-Bishop Christian Lepine that tacitly acknowledges that Catholic churches are unsafe environments for children.
The sudden announcement by Lepine’s office came during the same week that new evidence surfaced linking Lepine to the trafficking and disappearance of children at Marie Reine du Monde Cathedral in downtown Montreal, as part of the Catholic Ninth Circle sacrificial cult. (see http://itccs.org/2014/08/16/
Arch-Bishop Lepine is an intimate and long time associate of Cardinal Gerald Lacroix, a confirmed member of the Ninth Circle and a participant in a February 23, 2014 ritual killing of a young boy at the Jesuit San Lorenzo church in Rome. On August 15, 2014, a planned ritual killing of two children at a Ninth Circle killing site in Outremont, a suburb of Montreal, was disrupted by an ITCCS team. In the material uncovered at this site and subsequently analyzed, Arch-Bishop Christian Lepine’s name was mentioned as one of the Montreal initiates of the Ninth Circle cult. This material and a letter of demand was sent to Arch-Bishop Lepine’s office this past month, on June 18, 2016, barely a week before his sudden announcement.
“Lepine is doing more than covering his own ass. He’s protecting members of the Ninth Circle in Montreal by casting a fog of beneficence and ‘concern’ around his entire Diocese, to mask the fact that it’s a child-killing ground” commented an ITCCS spokesman in Montreal today.
Quebec affiliates of the ITCCS are planning a series of actions around the Lepine affair and are considering convening a common law court inquiry into the Ninth Circle in Montreal. Contact email@example.com to become involved.
2. Radio Free Kanata Returns! Our weekly broadcasts resume on Sunday September 4
Radio Free Kanata, the official public voice of the sovereign Republic of Kanata, will resume its weekly broadcasts on Sunday, September 4 at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern time, 11 pm GMT. It will be live on the BBS radio network, located at www.bbsradio.com/radiofreekana
Veteran broadcaster and host Kevin Annett will feature weekly guests and reports from local Republic and common law action groups, explore a range of spiritual and political themes, and provide regular online training workshops in Natural and Common Law.
Radio Free Kanata was originally launched on BBS radio in February, 2015, soon after the proclamation of the Republic of Kanata by patriots across the former “dominion of Canada”. Its weekly listeners topped several thousand after just a few months, and the show was heard all over the world. The program went off the air after eight months for reorganization.
3. Common Law Republic and its courts spread – Reclamations planned for the fall as speaking and organizing tours commence across North America and Europe
Begin where you are, and help to convene the local Peoples’ Assemblies that will be the legislative core of new Common Law Republics. To learn more, join the movement, and book Kevin Annett and other speakers in your community, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com , or by leaving a message at 386-492-2395 (USA).
On the heels of a successful USA book launch tour, veteran freedom fighter Kevin Annett will be holding public events and recruitment workshops across Ontario and Quebec during June as part of the movement to establish a constitutional Common Law Republic in Canada.
After leading a campaign that exposed and prosecuted Genocide in Canada and brought down a Pope, renowned activist and Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Kevin Annett is helping Canadians disestablish criminal institutions of church and state, and restore the country and its wealth to the people.
Come to these important events to hear firsthand from Kevin how citizens can turn the tables on criminals in high places and reclaim their sovereignty, the law and their nation.
Kevin will also be reading from his two recent books, Unrelenting: Between Sodom and Zion and Murder by Decree: The Crime of Genocide in Canada. (amazon.com)
The oldest public radio station in America, KPFA Berkeley, features Kevin Annett in an exclusive interview on April 28. Dennis Bernstein discusses Kevin’s new books (Unrelenting: Between Sodom and Zion, and Murder by Decree: The Crime of Genocide in Canada -, Amazon.com), and his remarkable victories over Canada, the Vatican and the British Crown. See attached link.
A narrative of extraordinary power and importance, Unrelenting is the long-awaited account of how one man’s courage toppled a Pope and changed the face of the world.
The twenty year saga of Reverend Kevin Annett to expose Genocide and child torture by his own Canadian culture has been recounted in part in other testimonies, but not until now has the entire story been told with such depth and humanity.
In his own words, and drawing on a rich body of evidence and experience, Kevin recounts a Herculean struggle to force a buried truth into the light of day, and to prosecute Church and State for their unspeakable crimes against the innocent.
Written as both historical record and spiritual reflection, Unrelenting moves past the bare facts of a global crime to the deeper question of how moral people are to respond to official malfeasance in their own back yard. Its passion and devotion reveal a man who has found his real vocation as “a doer of the word, and not merely a speaker”.
In the manner of the author’s own cited 18th century ancestor, the persecuted English free thinker Peter Annett, this work is written not as mere commentary, but to arouse the readers and summon them to change.
Reverend Kevin D. Annett has twice been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. He is an award winning author, broadcaster, film maker and human rights figure. He lectures widely in North America and Europe and serves as a community minister and spiritual adviser to many communities including the International Tribunal of Crimes of Church and State. (www.itccs.org) He may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or through 386-323-5774 in the USA. Please see www.KevinAnnett.com .
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