OCT 25TH     SINCE TIME BEGAN : salus populi suprema est lex - the right of the people is the supreme law : IN TRUTH WE TRUST     2018 ADE
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Introduction : As with Elizabeth II, Stitumaatulwut Hwuneem is an hereditary monarch; and, head of state. The House of Windsor realm was established in 1917 when the former Saxe Coburg und Gotha was dissolved due to British resentment to the Germanic heritage.

The British – English monarchy has evolved since 849 A.D.E. Whereas, the Hwuneem lineage is ascended since 10,000 years ago. The Hwuneem house is the second oldest of west coast sovereign Peoples; and, is ascribed through legend as being the lodge of the second human coming down to Earth.

Both monarchical tribal houses (Elizabeth II & Stitumaatulwut Hwuneem) have established history of governing named territories; securing such lands and waterways through dominant military presence.

European explorers began visiting the North American west coast circa 1513 (Spanish); with English ships arriving at Nootka in 1778 (Captain Cook) – Captain Drake had arrived at San Francisco region in 1579. The Catholic Church Papal Bulls (1454 & 1493) declared that only Catholic persons were human – charging all European monarchs to obey; disobedience being the cause for the Catholic Church to launch war against that monarch and nation : establishing the Doctrine of Discovery.

Territorial disputes between Spain and Britain were resolved through the Peace of Utrecht (1713-1715); wherein, Britain agreed to recognize Spanish dominion on the North American west coast from latitude 30 to 60 (Russian settlements in Alaska). Britain, again, secured Nootka.

Both Spanish and British authorities recognized the “consecutively settled sovereign Peoples” (CSSP) of the west coast as possessing land titles. And, in consequence of requiring headquarters land, British Captain Meares purchased (paid 10 sheets of copper) land at Friendly Cove (near Nootka) in 1778 from chiefs Maquilla and Calicum. The chiefs honoured Captain Meares as “sovereign” on this purchased land territory.

Today, in 2018, there prevails outstanding questions regarding the recognized governing authority of these west coast lands now named as British Columbia within the Canadian confederation. EIIR Canada promotes a Reverse Onus campaign : CSSP must PROVE Ownership.

Both Canada’s federal government and the provincial British Columbia governments continue to promote treaty agreements with the standing 193 tribal nations of these territories. And, meanwhile, there prevails a claim of governance by EIIR Canada across Canada via the 1867 British North America Act (1982 amended via patriation) – contrary to UN Charter, Chapter VII.

From the CSSP perspective on the west coast, British Columbia is not a legitimate governing realm. Namely, the 1859 incorporation and the 1871 entrance into Canadian confederation are specious and invalid for the following reasons:
1.      Britain claimed to establish the colony in 1858 in absence of acquiescence by the prevailing CSSP. There was no action of war; merely, occupation through malfeasance (having utilized smallpox polluted blankets and shirts distributed to the CSSP tribes as a method of genocide; reducing the CSSP population base by 80%). CSSP incarceration remains a major contentious issue today – including, inability to secure legal counsel.
2.      The British Colonial Office employed the Hudson’s Bay Company Chief Factor Douglas to establish the principal 1843 Fort Victoria. The problem here was that the HBC Charter had expired in 1697 (British parliamentary records)
3.      HBC had corruptly managed the Rupert’s land domain (33% of Canadian territory); and, received 300,000 pounds sterling when it surrendered its charter in 1869 to Britain (who transferred these lands to the founding Canada)
4.      Kwa’mutsun nation HRH Stitumaatulwut Hwuneem has filed notice in 2011 with the UN General Assembly and Security Council that it remains sovereign; and, in 2013, filed a Credentials Challenge. A complaint file is also opened at the ICC. Note : TRC Final Report.
5.      In 2009 the Hul’qumi’num Treaty Group achieved a ruling (supported by Amnesty International and Lawyers Rights Watch) at the IACHR that CSSP are not bound to “exhaust Canadian internal remedies” before seeking redress at international tribunals

SUMMARY : Kwa’mutsun Nation is a sovereign territory; and, a principal member of the Great Turtle Island IGO registered at the UN since 2013. Canada is bound by international law to validate its claim to territory (it must provide proof that the 1867 BNA Act received royal assent); and, is obligated to transfer tax collected revenues to the established CSSP territories. Kwa’mutsun and the GTIF are securing interested international parties who will enter into trade agreements through the International Chamber of Commerce.

GTIF continues to propose to Canada that the ICE template (mutual benefit reconciliation of governance) is achievable; and, that both parties can be pathfinders for acceptable Mother Earth stewardship.

ADDENDUM : Kwa’mutsun nation state (KNS) transacts all banking business via Scotiabank. And, KNS is the central agency establishing the Sovereign Business Councils at the 600+ First Nations traditional tribal territories; wherein, the central mission agenda remains since 1960 to establish the 3300 private 30,000 population each city theme habitats; implementing the SVSIHHI Tri-Generation template that secures the minimum $2-B green energy asset base per project -Mwe+Greenhouses+R&D Bio-Science Centres. The P1-Factor green energy resource in Canada equates to 10-k billon tonnes of 6-M BTU renewable resources. AU is a significant resource target.

Government Of Canada Published Information : Mineral Resources : Gold & Silver : "Reserves by Commodity :


There was 1473 tonnes (t) of gold contained in Canadian mine reserves in December 2010. This represents an increase of 60% (555 t) compared to December 2009. The largest addition to gold reserves came from the new Canadian Malartic mine in Val-d’Or, Quebec, which added 278 t, followed by the soon-to-be-re-opened Young-Davidson mine in Matachewan, Ontario, the New Afton mine in British Columbia, and the recently opened Timmins mine in Ontario with 88 t, 33 t, and 27 t, respectively. In total, two new mines and five re-opened mines added to the gold reserves total in 2010. A 13-t decrease in gold reserves was recorded at the Black Fox mine near Timmins, Ontario. Since 2005, gold reserves have been on an increasing trend.


There was 6916 t of silver contained in Canadian mine reserves in December 2010. This represents an 11% increase (662 t) compared to December 2009. The Kidd Creek mine in Ontario, the LaRonde mine in Quebec, and the Brunswick No. 12 mine in New Brunswick saw decreases of 165 t, 137 t, and 116 t, respectively. Additions were made to silver reserves by Vale’s Ontario operations (631 t) and by three new mines: Copper Mountain in British Columbia, Bracemac-MacLeod in Quebec, and the New Afton mine in British Columbia, adding 264 t, 106 t, and 96 t, respectively. Silver grades have been estimated for a number of mines to ensure continuity of reporting national levels from year to year."

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