James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby The Observer » Thu Jun 29, 2017 3:42 pm

eric wrote:Translation - Under the Indian Act, since his mother Alma was a Status member of the Gitanmaax, so is he, and is entitled to the same rights and government benefits as any other Status Indian. That being said, since his father was an unknown his own band doesn't want him as a member under their own rules where band membership is passed on through the father and is therefore not eligible to band specific benefits such as residing on reservation land. It's known as the "marry out, stay out" rule.


Thank you, sir, for getting to the heart of the matter so incisively and in one post. And here we had to deal with Burnaby's besotted posts ruminating about Sterritt claiming he had been immaculately conceived, not to mention going through another discourse on Belanger, his disciples, and the magical intersection of the King James Bible and marijuana. And then to have my fortitude questioned and be accused of being a "quitter" for not enduring more of Belanger's tripe. Apparently Burnaby has been partaking in some measure of Belanger's doctrinal flora in order to be able to complete any of the Parakeet's sermonettes. Which is not unlike some athletes who use steroids to get first place - but it is still cheating.
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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby eric » Thu Jun 29, 2017 5:30 pm

Thank you. I will not pursue enquiries as to what aids, medicinal, pharmaceutical, or recreational that one must partake of to get through FMOTL tripe. In any case, Sterritt's claim to Godhood is nothing more than the heroic bastard myth with a First Nations twist.

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Postby notorial dissent » Thu Jun 29, 2017 9:38 pm

That does explain some of the crazy quite well, the rest, who knows?
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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby eric » Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:51 pm

notorial dissent wrote:That does explain some of the crazy quite well, the rest, who knows?

rough upbringing:
Plaintiff was subjected to spite and other abuse by his step-father and half-siblings, all of his life, including in the harassment and mischief set out in this claim.

mental problems:
Euro caused Plaintiff to be committed to Asylums and to be imprisoned, and to be exiled from Kitanmaax, which all resulted in Plaintiff being abused and disrespected and to suffer physical pain and mental anguish, and to be injured and lose his property and be treated as a pariah throughout the Province.

Not a pleasant story all around. A bad childhood, mental problems and a life of crime. I couldn't get to his youtube video but I would also suspect drugs and FASD considering his background and his birth. Sadly all too common... (removing myself from the podium now).

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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby Burnaby49 » Sun Jul 02, 2017 11:57 pm

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eric wrote:Translation - Under the Indian Act, since his mother Alma was a Status member of the Gitanmaax, so is he, and is entitled to the same rights and government benefits as any other Status Indian. That being said, since his father was an unknown his own band doesn't want him as a member under their own rules where band membership is passed on through the father and is therefore not eligible to band specific benefits such as residing on reservation land. It's known as the "marry out, stay out" rule.


Thank you, sir, for getting to the heart of the matter so incisively and in one post. And here we had to deal with Burnaby's besotted posts ruminating about Sterritt claiming he had been immaculately conceived, not to mention going through another discourse on Belanger, his disciples, and the magical intersection of the King James Bible and marijuana.


Besotted? How dare you insult a fellow Quatloosian with such an outright calumny?

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adjective

1 - Strongly infatuated.
‘he became besotted with a local barmaid’

2 - archaic - Intoxicated; drunk.


Are you implying that my painstaking research of Belanger's beliefs is the result of an overwhelming romantic infatuation for him? What else can I take from that comment since the alternative meaning of besotted, that of being totally hammered, is, as the Oxford English Dictionary explains, archaic and no longer normal useage?

However if you are indeed using teminology that was considered quaint half a century ago please remember that at least some of our readers are not doddering geriatrics. They don't have the vocabularies necessary to understand your comments about my general physical condition. Inebriated or hopelessy drunk are both adequate for your purpose and comprehensible to our general readership.
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Postby notorial dissent » Mon Jul 03, 2017 12:02 am

Now, now. I see you survived your nature foray.
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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby The Observer » Mon Jul 03, 2017 3:57 am

Burnaby49 wrote:Are you implying that my painstaking research of Belanger's beliefs is the result of an overwhelming romantic infatuation for him? What else can I take from that comment since the alternative meaning of besotted, that of being totally hammered, is, as the Oxford English Dictionary explains, archaic and no longer normal useage?


Up to this point, I was using the second definition of "besotted.' But now that you have trotted out the first definition, this is definitely a two-fer. Let us count the ways that you demonstrated your infatuation with Birdman Belanger:

(1) This thread started off about Sterritt, oddly enough started by you. But when I tried to compassionately save you from being flayed by the Spanish Inquisition for religious malpractice, you immediately brought Belanger into the conversation like he was some deus ex machinas that would prove your observation.

(2) Then you decided to provide us even more Belanger by explaining all of his other doctrines and citing links to his Internet inanities. This makes you the Internet equivalent of Typhoid Mary and it cost me 5 minutes of my life when you lured me back to his Facebook page I am not getting any younger, you know, and I would like to think that my few golden years remaining will not be filled with the lip-smacking of the Parakeet (shouldn't he have a beak instead of lips?).

(3) Finally, you decide to wax on (but not wax off) about Mary Jane, King James and your feathered friend, steering the threat into one of those surreal situations where one can only hope they are sleeping and this will turn out to be a bad dream courtesy of the anchovies on the pizza they consumed.

Burnaby49 wrote:However if you are indeed using teminology that was considered quaint half a century ago please remember that at least some of our readers are not doddering geriatrics. They don't have the vocabularies necessary to understand your comments about my general physical condition. Inebriated or hopelessy drunk are both adequate for your purpose and comprehensible to our general readership.


Sir, by using archaic words, term and dialogue, I was attempting to shield you from being embarrassed by the young whippersnappers on this site. In all likelihood, they probably thought "besotted" was some sort of laudatory term. But not anymore.
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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby The Observer » Mon Jul 03, 2017 3:59 am

notorial dissent wrote:Now, now. I see you survived your nature foray.


Yeah, but he came back cranky. He probably discovered that trees lack taps and kegs.
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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby Burnaby49 » Mon Jul 03, 2017 5:02 am

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notorial dissent wrote:Now, now. I see you survived your nature foray.


Yeah, but he came back cranky. He probably discovered that trees lack taps and kegs.


Galiano Island has other activities, apart from boozing, that you can spend your time doing. Mainly looking at trees. Then turn 90 degrees and look at more trees, then more trees, and more trees . . . .

Suffice to say I fell back on boozing and took my libations with me. Wife, however, got much enjoyment from the trees.
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Postby notorial dissent » Mon Jul 03, 2017 5:09 am

I'm pleased for both of you that you can share and enjoy your hobbies.
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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby Burnaby49 » Mon Jul 03, 2017 10:37 pm

My recent nature jaunt left me a touch behind in reading the newspapers that were piled on my door at my return. So I've just got around to this three-day old article in the Vancouver Sun, my local paper;

http://vancouversun.com/opinion/columnists/ian-mulgrew-god-the-vexatious-litigant-who-has-wasted-legal-resources-for-22-years

Sterritt, a man just wanting no more than to have the world accept that he is God and owns everything, is used as a poster-boy for the larger issue of vexatious litigants and how they are clogging up our court system. But he makes a damn good poster-boy. His extensive history of court actions is chronicled in the article.

He's been allowed twenty-two years of taking "clearly irrational litigation" to court and at least getting a hearing. He was declared a vexatious litigant by The British Columbia Provincial Court in 2000 but that didn't slow him down in the slightest, he just shifted his actions to the Supreme Court of British Columbia which continued to indulge him for another 17 years. He was finally declared a vexatious litigant by that court in the decision linked below which was originally posted by Bill Lumbergh.

I have to say I share the sentiments of the article's author. I have attended many Supreme Court of British Columbia hearings, mainly in respect to the Poriskyites, and it seems like time just doesn't matter to the court. Michael Millar was allowed to go on and on repeating the same nonsense, ad infinitum, day after day without any intervention from the judge. Cases take forever to conclude and the court seems willing to indulge plaintiffs with totally hopeless cases, like Sterritt, regardless of the cost. The only time I've seen the Supreme Court of British Columbia take timely and effective action against a gibberish spouting litigant was in the first case I ever reported, Bernard Yankson, who was declared a vexatious litigant as a result of a single hearing before the court;

http://www.quatloos.com/Q-Forum/viewtopic.php?f=48&t=9597


Sterritt v Canada
2017 BCSC 1064
http://canlii.ca/t/h4h4c
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Re: James Sterritt (aka God) - Over 20 years of lawsuit excellence!

Postby Burnaby49 » Tue Jul 04, 2017 5:15 pm

notorial dissent wrote:I'm pleased for both of you that you can share and enjoy your hobbies.


If nothing else the trip allowed me the time to catch up on the accumulating pile of trade journals;

http://www.drunkard.com/
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Postby notorial dissent » Wed Jul 05, 2017 12:22 am

:snicker:
The fact that you sincerely and wholeheartedly believe that the “Law of Gravity” is unconstitutional and a violation of your sovereign rights, does not absolve you of adherence to it.


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