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In Canada and outside of Canada, this question has been asked many times: What was the name of Canada’s constitutional Queen regnant who had executive government and authority of and over Canada immediately after the reign of Queen Victoria?
Ever since July 1, 1867 Anno Domini, in the year of our Lord, Section 9 of the British North America Act, 1867 has stated: “The Executive Government and Authority of and over Canada is hereby declared to continue and be vested in the Queen”.
Elizabeth the Second is not Queen of the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland”, contrary to the requirement in this Fifth Schedule, which states:
“Oath of Allegiance
I A.B. do swear, That I will be faithful and bear true Allegiance to Her Majesty Queen Victoria.
Elizabeth the Second claims to be Queen of the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”.
The provinces of Canada, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick expressed their desire to be federally united into one Dominion under the Crown of the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland”, not the Crown of the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”, according to the British North America Act, 1867.
In 1889, the British Parliament passed the Interpretation Act, 1889 and Section 30 was enacted as follows:
“References to the Crown.
30. In this Act and in every other Act, whether passed before or after the commencement of this Act, references to the Sovereign reigning at the time of the passing of the Act or to the Crown shall, unless the contrary intention appears, be construed as references to the Sovereign for the time being, and this Act shall be binding on the Crown.”.
So, according to the Interpretation Act, 1889, references to the Crown are references to the Sovereign.
The Queen is not sovereign. Since the Queen is not sovereign, the Queen is not the Sovereign. The Sovereign is sovereign, by definition. If references to the Crown are references to the Sovereign, the Queen is not the Crown. If the Crown is sovereign, then the Crown is the Sovereign. Canada is founded upon principles that recognize the supremacy of the Crown.
The Governor General of Canada is a “corporation sole”, according to Elizabeth the Second in this document. A “corporation sole” is defined and recognized as being a corporation.
It is a fiction that a corporation is a person. “A corporation is a fiction, by definition, ...”, according to Patrick Healy in a statement found in evidence provided to the Canadian Parliament’s Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights in 2002. “A corporation is a ‘fiction’ as it has no separate existence, no physical body and no ‘mind’”, according to Joanne Klineberg in a presentation to the Canadian Aviation Safety Seminar in 2004.
Do Canadians want businesses, companies, their government, and their Queen to operate in the realm of reality, or in the realm of fiction? In the real world, how is it possible for a real non-artificial living physical natural person to enter into a contractual employment relationship with a fiction, such as a corporation?
Is your faith such that you believe a corporation is real? Is your faith such that you believe a dollar is real and has a stated value, without knowing exactly what one dollar is, physically and quantitatively? Is your faith such that you believe man-made emissions of carbon dioxide cause global warming and ocean acidification? Is your faith such that you believe Edward VII was Canada's constitutional Queen regnant? Is your faith such that you believe Edward VII was a Queen? Who would be a defender of faith like that?
The possibility exists that there has been a King and a Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland ever since July 1, 1867. “And Jesus looking upon them saith, With men it is impossible, but not with God: for with God all things are possible” (Mark 10:27). The possibility exists that the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit appointed, blessed, and consecrated the Virgin Mary as Queen Maria. People are free to recognize a present-day existence of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland if they so choose.
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