"THE THREE AMIGOS"
WATER EXPORTS SECURE
The stunning election victory May 14, 2013 by the Liberal Party of British Columbia led by Premier Christy Clark (shown in centre photo) has secured the future of the massive clean energy / water export project that has been quietly moving forward under the guidance of US President Obama and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (shown in photo on right).
Both Christy Clark and her predecessor, Gordon Campbell, had been quietly co-operating with the project but it was expected that Adrian Dix and his competing New Democratic Party (NDP) would oppose the project as they had in the 1990's when the NDP, under its anti American leader, Glen Clark, imposed an illegal legislative prohibition on the export of fresh water from British Columbia.
Prime Minister Harper travels to New York on May 16, 2013 where he will quietly assure members the Council on Foreign Relations that the massive project, essential to the long term success of the American economy, will be proceeding as planned.
The next stage in the project is the construction of the massive Site C Dam and power station on the Peace River in northern British Columbia that is part of the original plan known as the North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA) (shown in photo on right). The Environmental review process is expected to take less thant two years and approval is expected due to the relatively harmless environmental impact compared to other more poisonous and dangerous projects such as the Keystone Pipeline, the Enbridge Pipeline and the Alberta Oilsands Projects that pollute millions of gallons of fresh water daily.
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 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Sacred Headwaters Preservation
On December 17, 2012, the British Columbia government announced a permanent moratorium on development in the area of the headwaters of the Nass, Stikine and Skeena Rivers as part of its continuing implementation of the terms of the bulk water export agreement between the Three Amigos, Canada, Mexico and the United States which, went completed, will be one of the greatest public works project in the history of mankind.
More to come ......
Landmark Freshwater Treaty
Mexico, U.S.A. & Canada
On November 28, 2012, Enrique Peña Nieto, President-elect of Mexico, (shown in photo on right) held private meetings, in Ottawa, with Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, (shown in photo on left) to discuss the plan to move massive amounts of Canadian water through the United States to Mexico.
The secret meeting comes a mere 8 days after the Governments of the United States and Mexico signed a "landmark freshwater treaty" allowing Mexico to store, formerly Canadian, freshwater at various locations in the Colorado River basin ..............
Obama Announces Next Steps
Today, US President Obama announced that he will be taking the initiatve to deliver clean energy to America.
"And I am a firm believer that climate change is real, that it is impacted by human behavior and carbon emissions. And as a consequence, I think we’ve got an obligation to future generations to do something about it." (underlining added)
The top secret Obama-Harper clean energy agenda ........
BC Water Export Project
On May 3, 2012, the visionary British Columbia Premier, Christy Clark, quietly, imposed a reservation of all the unlicenced water in four key rivers and one Lake, in the Prince George Water District, in move that is viewed as preparation for the coming development of the massive fresh water export / clean energy project that Premier Clark has been touting in the media recently. The project, when completed, will move massive amounts of fresh water to the United States and Mexico.
Co-incidentally, there were also some surprising hirings and resignations linked to the Water War Crimes in the political arena in Canada.