ANYTHING BUT THE CONSTITUTION!?
Stoney Point invaded by Ontario and Canada.
MNN. JULY 17, 2005. Ipperwash Inquiry Commissioner, Sidney B. Linden, has again misled the public on the legal basis for the constitutional jurisdiction challenge brought against him by Pierre George. (Divisional Court suit number 05-DV 001117, June 28, 2005). Linden does not want anyone to know what Dudley’s brother was asking.
Commission lawyer, Susan Vella, misstated to Peter Edwards, (Toronto Star, Tuesday, July 12, 2005):
“The act of a public investigation into the shooting death of an aboriginal person is not an act of aiding and abetting genocide?hopefully, it’s the opposite.”
Her reference to “genocide” is in the preceding paragraph:
? she doesn’t feel the inquiry has been undermined because one of George’s siblings has launched a court challenge claiming the probe should be shut down as it as no legitimacy.
Pierre George ? [says] the yearlong inquiry aids and abets “treason and fraud? and genocide” and that the probe judge Linden is acting like “the Great White Father.”
The Inquiry has two parts.
Part i is an inquiry into the FACTS.
PART ii concerns the underlying LAW.
Facts. Part I. Pierre George wants to know who gave the order, not just who pulled the trigger.
Also, Pierre George was guarding the gate when his brother, Dudley, was gunned down on the night of September 6, 1995. The Ontario Provincial Police OPP refused to help get him to a hospital in one of their nearby ambulances. So Pierre and others had to load Dudley into his white Impala car and drove him to the Strathroy-Middlesex General, a 30 minute drive. Outside the hospital he pleaded with officers to help. His brother was bleeding to death in his car. He was charged with murdering his brother, arrested, jailed. He was officially told the next morning in his cell that his brother had died.
Dudley George was murdered in Ontario. Neil Stonechild was murdered in Saskatchewan. Over 500 native women are missing. Hundreds of indigenous young people have taken their lives in despair, far above the national average. We?re
Law. Part II. Pierre George has asked a constitutional question. How did Linden get judicial jurisdiction? What law applies? What is the constitutional legislation and precedents that regulate the relationship between indigenous and non-indigenous societies?
Linden’s response has been willful blindness to the Canadian constitution. This violation constitutes genocide.
The indigenous sovereign interest was here before Canada ever existed. The whole of Canada is still unsurrendered Indigenous land. Our title can never be extinguished. We can?t and will not sell our land. Our constitution, Kaianereh?ko:wa/Great Law does not allow it. We hold it in trust for our future generations. The Constitutions of both the USA and Canada protect the indigenous sovereign interest. Our constitutions are in harmony. Constitutions are the law of the land.
The only deal our ancestors made with the British is for them to live here beside us. We did not open up this land for the ?peanut scramble? that we?ve been witnessing. We did not invite colonists to trample and pollute the environment and kill our people. These visitors have overstayed their welcome and over stepped the agreements. The ignorance of the children of the visitors is now generations deep.
Section 109 of the Canadian Constitution places Indian “Interest” before that of Canada and its provinces. It stipulates that until a treaty has been made with the constitutional indigenous Nations, the Nations’ constitutional ?Interest? is
The provincial, federal and Indian ?band? governments illegally created by Parliament and their courts read only Section 91(24) of the Canadian Constitution. This Section merely granted authority to ?negotiate? with Indians concerning the use of our lands and corresponding treaty obligations. They misinterpret this Section as constitutionally giving them never-ending and unlimited power of life and death over Indians. The Indian Act is illegal and was forced on Indigenous nations.
The judges use federal Indian law to destroy us on our land through their criminal blindness to the Constitution. Linden ruled that a mere Ontario Order-in-Council preempts the need for him, or the Judiciary, to obey the Constitution of Canada.
Why Dudley George Died! Dudley George was killed for defending his rights. The Canadian judiciary has led all the Premiers and Prime Ministers since 1876 into believing Indians who are on their ancestral land since time immemorial are trespassing on private property!
Ontario and Canada invaded unsurrendered land. They had no constitutional jurisdiction there.
The judiciary and politicians are trying to cover up their breaking their own laws with circuses like the Ipperwash Inquiry. They aren?t digging deeper than the political level.
The uprising at Ipperwash happened while the Indians were asserting Indigenous constitutional law and defending the rule of law. He died for all the ordinary folk who sometimes feel they just can?t take it anymore. He died for all constitutionally sovereign Indigenous Nations who continue to resist genocide. We are defending the Great Law of Peace, the constitution of Northeastern Turtle Island. Linden and the Ipperwash Inquiry produced a smokescreen to cover up the underlying constitutional question of legitimate jurisdiction. They don?t want to talk about the law underlying the conflict.
Court obstruction is how they violate the rights of Indigenous people in Canada. When Indigenous people object, we are threatened or gunned down. Linden’s official response to Pierre?s question is to stall. Every day he stalls is another day of unconstitutional judicial genocide from coast to coast to coast in Canada.
|MNN. June 24, 2005. Commissioner Sidney B. Linden of the Ipperwash Inquiry in Forest Ontario just sent Pierre George and the Women Title Holders a letter. He virtually admitted his guilt over what we were accusing him of. He has no jurisdiction to carry on this inquiry and that genocide goes on behind public inquiries.
First we got a letter from Derry Millar, Linden?s Commission lawyer. He made his own decision to block us bureaucratically. This has been their standard ?modus operandi? to never let our constitutional jurisdiction question get past the bureaucracy to the judicial arena. This allows the genocide to go on in a rule of law society.
Bureaucrat, Derry Millar, cranked out an arrogant response to us and we blasted him right in the gut. We told him to get out of the way. He felt the pain. He ran to Sidney Linden. What we were accusing him of was blocking access to Linden, ?Look at what they are saying to me. Waaa Waaa!?
Linden says, ?Don?t worry, Derry, I?ll take care of this?. Linden answers the constitutional question that he does have jurisdiction. The law indicates he doesn?t. He did not identify a single piece of legislation or precedent All he told us was ‘in my view’!
Linden decided he has constitutional jurisdiction on Stoney Point land by an Ontario ?Order in Council?. There are 12 procedural hurdles he could have used to jam up our action. He lost his temper. He decided to put Pierre and the Women Title Holders in their place! We took the stick of judicial genocide and stuck it to him.
Judge Linden?s angry refusal allowed us to go directly to the Supreme Court of Canada via the Divisional Court. Amnesty International should look at this aspect of the Ipperwash Inquiry. Pierre George took it a step further than Dudley.
It is out of the ?political? circus set up to evade the rule of law right into the ?legal? arena. It can?t be swept under the carpet.
Linden showed his guilty mind in relation to the crime of genocide. He is judicially willfully blind to the law. He has no right as ?Commissioner? in the Ipperwash Inquiry to call himself ?The Honourable Justice Sidney B. Linden?. His only capacity legally is Commissioner? through the Order in Council. He answered the question as both a Commissioner and as a ?Judge?. We now have a precedent by a Superior Court of Justice of Ontario. He negate the constitutional question without any basis other than, ?in my view?.
The cause of genocide is the utter breakdown of the rule of law. The rule of law is the basis of our Indigenous constitution, the Kaianereh?ko:wa/Great Law. Their constitution is supposed to be the basis of their society, which they don?t practice.
Linden put our question in the court system. The Divisional Court now have to confirm or deny his decision.
When they gave us a slap in the face, they lost their hand. They better get use to that.