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.
Financial Windfall for Canada
The smiles on the faces of Canadian Finance Minister James Flaherty and Prime Minister Stephen Harper (shown sequentially in photo on left) are getting bigger and bigger as they begin to understand that the Water War Crimes web site, the related lawsuits and the continuing investigations are bringing early retirement and early deaths to crooked civil servants, judges and politicians resulting in a huge financial windfall (shown in centre photo) for happy Canadians (shown in photo on right).
The estimated benefits to the Canadian taxpayers are .....
Tory - NDP Leadership Prepares
Massive Water Exports
The Canadian political puppet show, apparently controlled from above, continues to move forward towards massive bulk water exports to the United States and Mexico with the election of Thomas Mulcair, (shown in photo on right) a historic supporter of bulk water exports as new leader of Canada's left wing, socialist, New Democratic Party (NDP) and the introduction of the Canada's first budget in over 20 years under a right wing majority Conservative Government by Canadian Finance Minister, James Flaherty (shown in photo on left). The budget contains little understood provisions that will assist the water export plans to move forward.