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Court injunction bans Pope Francis from entering Canada and meeting with Chinese; Protests loom

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Pope Francis has been legally banned from entering Canada on July 23 by an international Court with universal jurisdiction.
The International Common Law Court of Justice (ICLCJ) has issued an injunction that also orders his arrest, and prohibits authorities and the public from assisting him.
The ICLCJ issued the injunction today based on its lawful conviction of Jorge Bergoglio on January 15, 2022, for his complicity in medical genocide and the trafficking, torture, and murder of indigenous children. (Breaking News from the International Common Law Court of Justice, January 15, 2022 (GMT) Big pharma, government, church leaders face arrest as Court convicts them of Genocide, prohibits injections – Murder by Decree)
The Court action threatens to disrupt a planned meeting between Bergoglio and Chinese officials in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, on July 23, a day before he is scheduled to arrive in Edmonton.
According to Vatican and Beijing sources, the meeting will formalize Vatican Bank financing of a ten-year plan by China to solidify its takeover of the North American economy.
“The papal ‘apology’ to Canadian Indians is merely a smokescreen for this meeting, and for similar agreements Francis is making on China’s behalf with the Inuit people in Nunavut, where over a quarter of untapped Canadian oil resides,” said a source in Rome.
The injunction and warrant empower police and the public to arrest Bergoglio and use any reasonable force or action to stop his movements.
Indigenous elders in Canada quickly applauded the ICLCJ injunction.
“We welcome the Court’s action to stop Bergoglio,” said Suzanne Holland of the Chilcotin National Congress. “We have banned him and his genocidal church from our territory and rejected his fake apology. We call on all other indigenous people to do the same and help us arrest this criminal.”
Acting on the authority of the injunction, the Stop the Pope Campaign announced today that sit-ins, road blockades, and other civil disobe****nce will disrupt the papal visit if it occurs. These Court-sanctioned actions will occur in Prince Rupert, Edmonton, Quebec City, and Iqaluit, Nunavut.
A copy of the ICLCJ injunction is attached, along with a Notice of Liability to police, church, government, and aboriginal officials.
This Notice and the ICLCJ Injunction are endorsed by indigenous elders of the traditional Squamish, Chilcotin, Cree, Anishinaabe, Mohawk, and Metis Nations.
For more information listen every Sunday at 3 pm pacific, 6 pm eastern to www.bbsradio.com/herewestand, see www.murderbydecree.com under “ITCCS Updates”, and write to itccsoffice@protonmail.com .
Issued Tuesday, July 5, 2022,
by the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State

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