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OUT WITH THE GOVERNMENT IMPOSTER! Is Quebec legitimate or rather is the national state
of Quebec legitimate?
The answer is NO!
On October 17, 2015, a Canada Grand Jury Judgment proved it, this one being constituted by the
people and for the people. The Judgment was filed, signed and notarized in Cowansville,
Quebec. It is because of this judgment of the Grand Court (TGI) that the national state which
happens to be the Government of Quebec, was judged to have never had any legitimacy, any
legality and any constitutionality.
Formation of the Canada Grand Jury 2015
The Grand Jury was formed of 23 juries, following the case of Denis Paiement against the CSST.
Denis Paiement lost the use of both his legs in a work accident. Despite the fact that he could no
longer work, the Superior Court did not give him justice. It is for this reason that some Quebec
citizens wanted to give him justice and created the Grand Jury of Canada. One thing leading to
another, through the search for evidence, they discovered that Quebec was not a government,
but a foreign company, even a criminal organization.
Spectacular results of the 2015 Canada Grand Jury judgment
When the Grand Jury judgment came out in 2016 and in the year that followed, it was the
beginning of the fall of the Quebec Liberal Party. Indeed, 21 Liberal MPs from Quebec resigned
and the Liberal Party has never been able to recover since. In addition to the departure of the
various ministers, let us also mention that of Michel Després, CEO of the CSST, as well as several
chiefs of the Sûreté du Québec who showed no opposition, not even the 25,000 scrupulous
judges and criminal lawyers of the Court of Quebec and the Superior Court of Quebec. Let us
mention, among others, the departure of Jean-François Michaud, who was the Chief Justice of
the Quebec Court of Appeal in the case of Denis Paiement, as well as the departure of the Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, Beverly McLaughlin, who also resigned in 2017. Finally,
let us note that Guy Nadeau, an accountant at the SFPQ, who was the nominee of the national
state of Quebec, also left his position. Obviously, none of them will admit that it is because of
the Grand Jury's judgment that they left, but in fact, that is exactly the case. It should also be
noted that the Grand Jury was the first Grand Jury to be held in Canada in the last century, and
this one was won using the freedom of association that comes from the 1867 Constitution 1982.
Definition of a Grand Jury:
A Grand Jury is an institution within a court of law that has the power to conduct a formal
proceeding to investigate potentially criminal conduct and determine whether criminal charges
should be laid. The Grand Jury may require the production of documents and may compel
witnesses to appear before it to testify under oath. Currently, only the United States regularly
uses grand juries, although most Commonwealth common law countries have used them in the
past. The federal grand jury is considered by the Supreme Court to be "a constitutional entity in
its own right" that is neither part of the executive branch (like prosecutors) nor the judicial
branch (like judges, United States v. Williams 1992).
These Grand Juries consist of up to 23 grand jury members. They make their decisions by a
simple majority, and act behind closed doors, in part to preserve the reputations of people who
have not yet been indicted. In addition, there is no judge or defense attorney before the grand
jury, only the prosecutor presenting evidence. Evidence that would be illegal at trial is
admissible before the grand jury. The Grand Jury decides only on the charge, without passing
sentence. Grand juries can question witnesses, which juries in a trial cannot do.
The prosecutor can use the Grand Jury to conduct his or her investigation, for example, to call
witnesses to testify under oath. Through the Grand Jury, the prosecutor thus becomes as
powerful as a French investigating judge. Theoretically, a grand jury can act independently of a
prosecutor, but this is extremely rare. Grand juries are usually selected by lot, for a long period
of time, such as several months.
"No laws have been constitutional since December 31, 1968. They are all corporate laws, but
certainly not governmental laws, since the government is not a real government."
Who legally owns Quebec?
One thing is certain, it does not belong to the people, because the people have no legitimacy.
Governments were created by humans to serve them, not to enslave them. Quebec is not a
government at all, since it belongs to nominees, namely owners and managers. The Quebec
corporation has the right to make regulations, but does not have the right to make laws like all
forms of business. For example, Quebec Inc. would be subject to the same management rules as
a Canadian Tire. Let's understand here that Quebec is currently managed by a company, like
Canadian Tire, which has the right to make regulations, but never laws.
Is Quebec a real government?
Unfortunately, it is not a real government. It is a de facto government, that is, it is a government
in appearance, which has corporate delegates, who personify the government. In particular,
they claim to be the government of Quebec. It is not a government, it is a corporate enterprise.
The problem is that Quebec is registered in the name of a union, the Quebec Public and
Parapublic Service Union. Doesn't it make you uncomfortable that it is a union that is a front for
a foreign company? You will easily find in the office of the Registraire des entreprises, the
business registration number of QUEBEC Inc. which is 1143137009. This company is registered
by the nominee of the syndicat de la fonction publique et parapublique du Québec (SFPQ),
whose head office is located at 5100, des Gradins Blvd. It is Benoit Malo who is the nominee for
the SFPQ corporation and it is they who act as nominees for the national state of Quebec. The
national state of Quebec defines itself as the Quebec Empire. Indeed, this is what we find when
we do a Google Mapp search with the satellite view on the address of the SFPQ on des Gradins
Blvd. Moreover, the Quebec Corporation was dissolved in 2015 by the judgment of the Grand
Jury of Canada, but this one obviously does not appear in the office of the registrar of
Diplomacy belongs to Canada!
Quebec has no right of international representation, despite its jurisdiction. The current form of
government of Quebec is a republic which is illegal and illegitimate, which is outright fraud and
completely unconstitutional. In fact, the government of Quebec is a Corporation, in republican
Moreover, in Quebec, we have never experienced constitutional monarchy, so we cannot know
whether this was or would have been a better governmental situation. Not knowing this is
obviously part of the fraud. Moreover, Quebec is not a nation, because the Canadian territory
belongs to all Canadian citizens. Therefore, our Nation is Canada, and this since 1867.
The representatives of the Quebec government impose themselves as a government, but they
have no legitimacy. Worse yet, they have no right to remain in office, because their seat is
based on fraud, and this, without any legality or constitutionality. You have been lied to and are
being lied to! Elections are a lie. Add an S in front of election and you actually end up with the
word selection. It is a fraud with candidates selected for you. You are actually voting for a
corporation, not for a government that works for you. In other words, you're voting for a
president, representing a corporation, which is why it's often accountants or lawyers who are
That's why Revenue Quebec is coming after you. In Quebec, we are the only place in the world
that pays two income taxes, and strangely enough, both taxes are illegitimate. All the money
that is paid in taxes in Quebec is returned in full to Ottawa. It's called equalization.
Definition of Equalization: The Equalization program is designed to level the playing field and
reduce disparities in financial resources between provinces.
As a result, more money is sent from Ottawa and returned to Quebec each year than is collected
in personal income taxes. As a result, more money is returned to Quebec than to any other
province. Those that are still technically part of Canada pay Quebec for the use of the St.
Lawrence Seaway and air space. In exchange, Canada provides us with currency and passports,
and that's about it. We are talking about a right of passage that is paid to the tune of 13 billion
per year! However, when you search for Quebec in the US SECURITIES AND EXCHANGES
COMMISSION search box at www.sec.gov/edgar/searchedgar/compagnysearch.html, you
quickly find out that Quebec is registered as a FOREIGN government.
Where is the head office of the national state of Quebec located?
The head office of the national state is located at: 1, 26th floor of Rockefeller Plaza in New York
Ms. Martine Hébert is the President and CEO and is the senior manager for the Quebec
Corporation. Revenue Quebec, as well as the national state of Quebec, is a corporate enterprise.
Even if Quebec is technically bankrupt, it remains a corporation. Despite the transfers from
Ottawa, the 66 billion in trade with the United States and all the other forms of revenue (taxes
and permits they impose on taxpayers), Quebec remains bankrupt. It is surprising that these
companies are bankrupt, despite their revenue rates. The reason is simple: they are based on
fraud. They are only there to distribute money to their friends and eventually disappear. In light
of this information, who owns the Quebec debt?
How could all this happen?
Ans: Because of the coup d'état that took place on December 18, 1968
A coup d'état took place on December 18, 1968, by Pierre Eliot Trudeau, as he dissolved the
Legislative Council. His government fraudulently changed the laws of the Constitution from 1867
to 1982, in order to make the government (which is supposed to represent the people)
powerless. In December 1968, the Government of Canada removed the Lieutenant Governor
from appointing members of the Council and got rid of the Legislative Councils of the provinces.
Under our Constitution from 1867 to 1982, the government was required to have a Legislative
Council in each Canadian province in order for a government to be legally constitutional.
In 1968, the government of Jean-Jacques Bertrand passed the Legislative Council Act, Bill 90,
without a recorded vote or roll call. The abolition of the Legislative Council took effect on
December 31, 1968. The Legislative Council was appointed by the Lieutenant Governor on the
recommendation of the Premier. They were appointed for life, until 1963, and this was
subsequently reduced to 75 years.
The Legislative Council had the power to make laws, except financial laws, and to pass, amend,
defer or reject laws passed by the Legislative Assembly. However, it was unable to overthrow
the government, this being the sole prerogative of the elected Assembly. Its role, until the
1900s, was very important; the Council often rejected the budget adopted by the Assembly.
Its role became more effete afterwards, since the majority of the council agreed with that of the
This famous Bill 90, which was passed without any mention in the Legislative Assembly and
without even being voted on by it, was a coup d'état against the people, since it violated the
Constitution of 1867. In particular, it violated the Constitution Act of Canada. This Act is an
integral part of the Constitution of 1867, which belongs to the people, not the government. In
fact, this is why these men, as part of the government of the day, had no right to change the
constitution, by changing, amending or repealing laws.
Reactivation of the Constitution from 1867 to 1982
On June 15, 2019, in Falcon Lake, Manitoba, all the de jure lieutenant governors of each
province gathered to sign the Act of Union of Canada, among the provinces of Canada, with
Quebec present. A historic moment that people are not aware of, since the Constitution was not
ratified. So, this moment in our national history made it possible to reactivate the Constitution
from 1867 to 1982. This meant that all the laws passed by the National Assembly since
December 1968 became unconstitutional and therefore invalid.