Disease and Death
The Wages of Sin
Former Privy Councillor, Diane Marleau, died on January 30, 2013, and present Privy Councillor, James Flaherty, has admitted he has developed a rare skin disease on January 31, 2013.
Marleau was part of the Chretien Gang when that gang controlled the Privy Council and manipulated the courts to cause harm to Sun Belt Water Inc., its lawyer, Mr. John Carten, and his friend and colleague, Ms. Karen Gibbs and her family, who was assisting him in that endeavor.
Flaherty is part of the Harper Gang that now controls the Privy Council that continues to manipulate the courts to deny access to justice for Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs and that set up the strategy that led to the murders of Federal Court of Appeal Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson and Department of Justice lawyer, Eric Noel.
Both Marleau and Flaherty have reaped the wages of sin due to their participation in the legal strategy adopted by the Privy Council that denied access to justice in Canada's courts contrary to their sworn Oath to uphold the law of the Great Charter that states "to no one will we delay or deny justice".
By participating in the Chretien Gang decision to delay and deny justice, Marleau set in motion her own dis-ease that struck her down at an early age.
Flaherty is on the same path as part of the Harper Gang.
WATER TO FLOW SOUTH
Recent local and international developments in British Columbia, Washington, D.C., Ottawa, and Mexico City highlight the fact that the agreement to transfer vast amounts of fresh water from Canada to the arid regions of south western United States and Mexico is continuing to move forward.
1. January 28, 2012, BC Hydro filed a multi-volume environmental impact statement for its proposed Site C damn on the Peace River, setting in motion a public review process for the $7.9-billion Site C mega-project that is only one piece in the huge North American water and clean energy delivery scheme.
2. December 19, 2012, the government of British Columbia announced that the Sacred Headwaters, a 400,000 acre area containing the Nass, Stikine, and Skeena Rivers will be forever protected by a permanent moratorium on oil, natural gas, and coal development thereby insuring the long term purity of the water supply that will be sold to Mexico and the United States.
3. November 20, 2012, Mexico and the U.S.A. signed a historic agreement allowing Mexico to store water in Lake Mead, behind the Hoover Dam, providing Mexico with a place to store the massive amounts of water it will purchase from Canada.
Behind the scenes, on January 22 and 23, 2013, oppositon leader Adrian Dix attended meetings in Los Angeles where he was told to support the water export scheme or his career would be over.
Heenan Blaikie - MacLeod Dixon
Canada's National Newspaper, the Globe and Mail, is accusing two of Canada's most notorious law firms, MacLeod Dixon with head office in Calgary, and Heenan Blaikie, with head office in Montreal of having "provided legal services in connection with a $2-million bribe payment by Griffiths Energy International Inc. to the wife of an African diplomat". Click here for Globe and Mail Story On Canadian Bribery
Both law firms were key players in the Water War Crimes. MacLeod Dixon assisted in an early transaction in 1988 where the insiders sought to profit from confidential insider information while a Heenan Blaikie female lawyer destroyed the career of the Victoria City Police Chief who was carrying out sensitive investigations that led back directly to Heenan Blaikie partner, Jean Chretien, by luring him into a sex scandal
. Click here to read about the Sex Trap set by Heenan Blaikie
.Criminal conduct by major Canadian law firms is so common and that Canadian lawyers no longer know the difference between what is legal and what is not and what is right and what is wrong. The widespread use of drugs in the Canadian legal profession adds to the problem prompting calls for mandatory drugs testing of Canadian lawyers and judges
.Click here to visit Canadian Committee for Constitutional Courts - Propsoals for Reform
Jimmy Pattison, Glen Clark, Adrian Dix
Water War Crimes
Jimmy Pattison, photo on left, Glen Clark, centre photo, and Adrian Dix, photo on right, are working together to rehabilitate the reputation of Glen Clark and elect Adrian Dix as the next Premier of British Columbia and they may succeed except for one small detail.
In 1996, 1997 and 1998, Premier Glen Clark and his Chief of Staff, Adrian Dix, were responsible for a criminal conspiracy directed from the Premier's office that attacked Sun Belt Water Inc. and its lawyer, John Carten, that involved the crimes of fraud, perjury, obstruction of justice, and judicial case rigging.
More to come ..................
WAR DRUMS OVER WATER
It is no co-incidence that Canada's Natives have launched their nation-wide protests at this time in history.
Over the past several years, the governments of Canada, Mexico, and the United States have quietly negotiated the legal framework for a massive resource transfer that will send Canadian water, from UN-ceded Indian territory in northern British Columbia, down the Rocky Mountain trench into the Colorado River basin via Flathead Lake in Montana to the parched water-starved areas of the American southwest and northern Mexico.
Water export is a big money deal and Canadian Natives are, according to Grand Chief Atleo, claiming >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Parallel Justice In Canada
Newly appointed Supreme Court of Canada justice, Richard Wagner, (shown in photo on left) warned Canadians about a "parallel system of justice" in the wake of a series of high level government murders in Canada that are related to the Water War Crimes.
Former, Quebec Premier Jean Charest (shown in photo on right) joins McCarthy Tetrault, a major player in the Water War Crimes, Roderick MacIssac, another former British Columbia government employee appears to have been murdered and Canadian Indians are beating the war drums over water.