Another Couple of Bodies For the Graveyard of the Guilty
We presume that Herb Grey has been following the growing list of dead in Ottawa as a result of the publication of this online blog that covers the Water War Crimes. We presume he was not happy to read and understand that Jim Flaherty died because he had been part of a conspiracy of silence at the Privy Council to conceal the sins of former Privy Councillors who included Herb Grey's colleagues Pierre Trudeau, Jean Chretien and other insiders in those Liberal Party regimes but also a number of other top Ottawa insiders who were not part of those regimes.
Herb Grey was in Canada's House of Commons from 1962 to 2002. Along with several other long time politicians Herb Grey, left Ottawa, in 2002, shortly after the water export claim of Sun Belt Water Inc. dropped like a bombshell in Ottawa as a leading NDP politician shouted to Mr. Chretien in the House of Commons "But Mr. Prime Minister we are being sued for $15 Billion" That was in 1999 when Sun Belt filed its formal Notice of Claim and Demand for Arbitration under the NAFTA against Canada.
At this time, we do not know what direct role Herb Grey played in the Water War Crimes. He was a key advisor to Prime Minister Jean Chretien when much of the courtroom corruption described on these pages took place in Canada.
Herb Grey's precise role in the Water War Crimes is a top secret that will may never be revealed by Canada's Secretive, Unelected, Governing, Privy Council and dead men, like Herb Grey and Jim Flaherty, don't talk.
Unfortunately, the sad reality is that both Herb Grey and Jim Flaherty were guilty of assisting in a cover up that has allowed the guilty to remain hidden and this may be exactly why they are dead NOW as we pass through the a very interesting intersection of time and space at this moment in the history of mankind, Canada, and the Planet shifting from the dirty-oil paradigm to a world view where clean water is recognized as the world's most important resource.
To date, no Canadian leader has been able to articulate a clear vision of how Canada can, should and will manage its most important resource including the export of some of that resource to both the United States and Mexico as part of a water resource project that will transform western North America for centuries to come.