Wednesday, 13 July 2016

From Mountianstar Gold to the BC Securities Commission - Get Legal Help!

From Mountainstar Gold to the BCSC - Get Legal Help.
From: Brent Johnson []
Sent: Wednesday, July 13, 2016 11:24 AM
To: ''
Cc:;;;;; '';; 'thePascuaProject'; Steve Holt; Albert Wu (
Subject: FW: Mountainstar Gold Inc.
Mr. R. Kirwin,
Our response to your July 5, 2016 letter is slow but targeted. What you have said to this company in effect is “more of the status quo”. Mr. Kirwin, you have either been ill advised or you are assisting to guide the Commission to disaster!
So far, Mountainstar Gold has lost two $500,0000 financings because of the ongoing fraud at the BCSC. You may be under the opinion and belief that I am way off base as did Thersa Mitchell Banks in her “WITH PREDJUDICE” letter dated September 4, 2015. She accused me of many things including “you should hire a capable libel lawyer to explain the consequences of such”. Interesting Mr. Kirwin, she libeled our company and myself in this letter and left us recourse to use this “WITH PREJUDICE” letter in court. Do you think we are going to use it in court Mr. Kirwin??
We suggest that you get independent legal advise from an outside lawfirm to advise you as to what our position is legally. As one of our lawyers said “Mr. McColm, what university did you get your degree from”?
By the way, since we brought to the attention of Mr. McColm and Mr. Di Fonzo’s involvement with libel poster yourkiddenright (YKR), YKR has dropped off Stockhouse and iHub in the last weeks. Curious considering he has posted over 1,300 times in the last years. We will be putting McColm and Di Fonzo under oath considering that McColm has admitted to talking with YKR in an email to Franc Kiraly, detective. Also, the Chilean PDI has YKR under active criminal investigation.
We have subpoenas coming to several members of your staff. Maybe you will be wise and get an independent law firm to confirm what I am saying is correct. We are not going away and demand to be put back trading immediately!!
Best regards,
Mountainstar Gold Inc.
Brent Johnson
President/ CEO/ Director.
From: Maria Castillo []
Sent: Tuesday, July 05, 2016 3:05 PM
Cc: Robert Kirwin; Shawn McColm
Subject: Mountainstar Gold Inc.
Dear Sir:
Please see the attached. If you have questions, please contact Robert Kirwin, Director of Corporate Finance at
Please confirm receipt of this email.
Thank you,
Maria Castillo
Corporate Finance Division
British Columbia Securities Commission
1200 - 701 West Georgia Street
Vancouver, BC V7Y 1L2
Tel: 604-899-6708
Fax: 604-899-6581
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1 comment:

  1. The practice of a self-regulating investment governance system demonstrates an open door to biased treatment, that tends to reinforce a closed shop and bad faith governance model.

    It is time to go back to the Royal Proclamation of 1763 in its requirements that contracts be public and requiring mutual consent. This is the way to have contracts that are worth engaging in. The SRO poison adopted by regulators that put confidentiality first - are not honouring the Royal Proclamation. Just the opposite.

    The Doctrine of Discovery that facilitated abuse and undermining of the Original Societies of the New World enabled corporate interests to think that they are dealing with a blank slate - where the only thing that matters is their own financial position [viz. short term profit maximization].

    An item of evidence on the delusion that underlays the contempt for open public contracts that ought to provide equal benefit to all sides, can be seen in the willful blindness of the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development, Bernard Valcourt on the occasion of the 250th anniversary of the Royal Proclamation [Oct 7, 2013], where he stated at a symposium that was held by the Land Claims Agreements Coalition on that date: "Well, it is important to note that here in Canada, there is no place for the Doctrine of Discovery. It plays no part at all in our relationship with Aboriginal peoples in Canada."

    Valcourt is not paying any attention to hidden conditions in contracts and other attempts to cheat a party to an agreement. When ever an example of secretive, unaccountable and arbitrary acts by regulators of investment creates an undermining of the right to economic self determination of any of the Peoples and individuals within Canadian territory, we have the legacy of the blank slate lawlessness of the Doctrine of Discovery.

    I would invite all companies in the Americas that see and have experienced the predatory intent of oligarch-centric investment regulation, to join in gathering up all these examples, and seeking a relationship with Indigenous Government to take the evidence for all forms of predatory lawlessness involving investment within the lands of Turtle Island - and other areas where confidentiality is being used to impose senseless abuse on individuals and companies - and with these gathered-up, documented examples, that these be taken to Geneva to the Council of Jurists. A grievance needs to be argued that the right to economic self determination is being breached by the disregard of the requirements for honourable, open - not confidential - contracts. There is evidence that the Economic and Social Council would find in favour of those whose interests have been undermined by bad faith governance.