Mr. Pomerleau’s March 23, 2016 Application in Pomerleau v CRA #1 states that the Meads v Meads judgment is invalid.
Yeah, that's the problem with any court judgement. If a SovCit claims that statutes don't apply to them, and court judgements don't apply to them, it's only another small step to claim that precedents don't apply either.
However, some GOOFies are persuaded by arguments like, "Don't bother billing your creditors and taking them to court. GOOFy Thor tried it, and had to pay thousands in costs."
In the McDougald case, the Master ordered "elevated" costs. If GOOFies lost in the UK through OPCA arguments, and had to pay thousands, and this was publicised, that would soon put a stop to it.