Barry Lee Strayer, author of Patriation and Legitimacy of the Canadian Constitution (1982)
The Quebec “secession” saga is only one part of a much larger project, the dismantling and restructuring of Canada into city-states in the socialist North American Union.
In 1982, a few months after Trudeau (a constitutional lawyer) supposedly “patriated” the Constitution, his constitutional adviser on the “Charter”, Barry Lee Strayer, delivered a pair of “law” lectures boasting that the patriation had been short on legality. In other words it was illegal. It was not a constitutional amendment, but a constitutional and parliamentary coup d’état.
A scan of a copy of an original of the lectures in pamphlet form is online and free to download. See the sidebar for the scan, the OCR, and a selection of key quotations from the lectures:
The exclusive English translation, now available in parallel French-English columns, has been divided into six parts of approximately 100 numbered paragraphs each, plus footnotes. The six parts are in the sidebar to read online. Download the whole Dallaire judgment in a zip folder: click on the document icon at right.
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The Judgment of Madam Justice Claude Dallaire in the “Bill 99” Quebec Secession File
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