The European invasion of the Americas lit a fire of destruction. Over the course of the past half millenium, a mere instant in the time of Mother Earth's life, the manmade holocaust has consumed the natural forests and plains from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The bones of our Mother Earth systematically have been broken and reset, to conform to Man's image not the Creator's.

Like the forests and plains, the humans placed by the Creator in the Americas have constituted the holocaust's fuel. Their minds, which operate on the basis of the circle of continuity, have been beaten and bribed in an attempt to make them conform to the Europeans' linear progress of civilization ideology.

The holocaust has all but exhausted its fuel. Only remnants remain beyond the treaty frontier that marks the leading edge of the fire line. The sacred valley of the Lil'Wats' just northwest of Vancouver, the Carmanah Walbran watershed of Cha-baht Ny-tom, on the southwest coast of Vancouver Island, the territories of the Shuswap-Okanagan Confederacy in the south central interior of British Columbia, the Haida territory of the Queen Charlotte Islands of the Pacific north coast - these enclaves remain.

Because they are situate in British Columbia, and because British Columbia is beyond the treaty frontier, a fire break can be established to preserve that which is not yet consumed. Existing international and constitutional law, by which Canada is bound, supersedes the domestic law in virtue in which the holocaust has raged. For this reason, the rule of law can save the enclaves.

The pragmatic problem consists in finding institutions of law enforcement that are commensurate with the law's substantive provisions. The non native courts of Canada and British Columbia have refused to let the judges of his Court hear the law which establishes that some native nations are "States" entitled to invoke the protection of that Court. This is an affront to rule of law by the very person in whose care the integrity of the rule has been entrusted. It constitutes the crime of genocide in terms on international law, and the crimes of fraud and treason in terms of constitutional law. Since the criminals control access to the courts, these crimes seem perfect, their repetition unpreventable.

We must break this pattern of anti-law. The rule of law depends upon it. And the health of the world, of humankind and all else that constitutes nature, depends upon the rule of law - for only through the immediate implementation of existing law can the holocaust be extinguished before its path has past the point of regenerative no return.

Appeasement, and the Big Lie, are all that stand in the way.

Dated 29th January, 1992, at Zentbachli, Tschingel ob Gunten, Switzerland.

Bruce Clark, LL.B., M.A., Ph.D. (Law)


For Immediate Release
Thursday, September 14, 1995

Monday 11 September 1995: The allegedly collaborating Gitksan Indians Don Ryan, main political leader, and Gordon Sebastian, lawyer, stayed together at the same bed and breakfast, Arcona Lodge, near Gustafsen Lake, Bruce Clark's abode while in the area.

Tuesday 12 September 1995: In the Supreme Court of Canada hearing the Gitksan lawyer Stuart Rush, Q.C., scuttles the attempt by the Indian resistance movement to force the Court to address the legal issue whether the Court's assumption of jurisdiction constitutionally constitutes "Misprision of Treason" and "Fraud" and internationally constitutes "Complicity in Genocide". He tells the Court that the vast majority of the Indians do not want that issue to be considered. Native sovereignty depends upon forcing that issue to be addressed, because the "Mohegan" case has already resolved that issue in the Indians' favour.

Wednesday 13 September 1995: Bruce Clark, legal counsel for the Indians under siege at Gustafsen Lake writes to lawyer Nancy Sandy, the associate of the said Gordon Sebastian, pointing out that she is in a conflict of interest that precludes her from acting for Clark's clients.

Wednesday 13 September 1995: Shaukeens, the hereditary or traditional chief of the Ipperwash region delivers a statement to Indian Affairs Minister Ron Irwin, accusing him of complicity by necessary implication in the murder by the police of the Indian Dudley George. Irwin ignores Shaukeens and announces in the media that he and the collaborating Indians have made a deal that profits the collaborators in consequence of the death of Dudley George. This is termed by the media to be significant peace progress.

Thursday 14 September 1995: Clark attends at police headquarters near Gustafsen Lake and demands to see his clients. Access he is denied, on the ground that the clients allegedly have fired Clark and hired the aforesaid laywers Nancy Sandy and Gordon Sebastian. Clark is denied access to his (former?) clients for the purpose of clarifying their intent and, if they wish, turning over his files to the "new" lawyers. Clark observes that the collaborating Indians have moved into quarters for the purpose of assisting the police to bring matters to a "peaceful conclusion", meaning a surrender by the Gustafsen Lake people without any guarantee in return that the law upon which they rely in justification of their occupation will ever be addressed before the constitutionally appropriate independent and impartial third party tribunal.

Thursday 14 September 1995: The national police convention being held in Victoria publishes a report that Indians are using violence to gain political ends, citing Gustafsen Lake and Ipperwash as illustrations, but ignoring that in both of these situations the Indians' occupations are defensive not aggressive. The police thus continue consciously to publish demonstrably false hate literature against the Indian resistance movement. The police are willfully blind to the sole demand of the resistance movement, which is legal not political. The police continue to prejudge the underlying issue of their own jurisdiction, and foster public animosity toward the Indians as a smokescreen to their own ongoing crimes of violence against the aboriginal people.

Friday 15 September 1995: Court is scheduled to sit in relation to Clark's (former?) clients. He will appear and demand access to them before any legal steps that may further prejudice their interest in having the jurisdiction addressed according to the rule of law.

[100 Mile House, Arcona House]
Certified by Counsel:
Bruce Clark, LL. B., M.A., Ph.D. (Law)

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