Her Majesty, nor the institutions headed by Her Majesty,

may claim sovereignty over me

while Her Majesty herself,

supported by Her Majesty's loyal parliamentarians,

commits "Crimes against peace."

The Nuremberg Principles were a set of guidelines

for determining what constitutes a war crime.

The document was created by

the International Law Commission of the United Nations

to codify the legal principles underlying

the Nuremberg Trials of Nazi party members

following World War II.

Nuremberg Principle VI states:

"The crimes hereinafter set out are punishable

as crimes under international law:

(a) Crimes against peace:

(i) Planning, preparation, initiation or waging of

a war of aggression or

a war in violation of

international treaties, agreements or assurances;

(ii) Participation in a common plan or conspiracy

for the accomplishment

of any of the acts mentioned under (i)..."

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Her Majesty and Her Majesty's Parliament of Canada

have conspired with as yet unnamed states

to deceive the people of Canada

as to the true events

of the attack on America, September 11, 2001;

a false flag attack leading to the invasion and occupation

of Afghanistan, an aggressive war and occupation

fully supported by Canadian Forces;

section (ii) of Nuremberg Principle VI, therefore,

applies to Her Majesty and Her Majesty's Parliament of Canada.

There being no United Nations Court of International Law,

it is the rightful duty of the people of Canada

to convene a War Crimes Tribunal

to arraign Her Majesty

and Her Majesty's Parliament of Canada,

past and present, for trial

on charges of committing,

"Crimes against peace," as described in International Law

as Nuremberg Principle VI, section (ii).

No one wants to live in a nation

where the sovereign and her or his governing body

does not abide by the 'rule of law' -

while imposing the 'rule of law'

upon the peoples of the nation.

I will not submit to Her Majesty

nor the institutions headed by Her Majesty.

On my own account I will act peaceably

within my community

and the world community of nations.

Guy Hawkins

Justice Jackson's opening remarks at the Nuremberg Trials