The day after he left British Columbia, Adrian Dix, the leader of the New Democratic Party of British Columbia, announced he would be stepping down from his leadership position.
Was this a co-incidence?
We don't think so.
Adrian Dix is a self-admitted un-convicted criminal who fabricated evidence in an unsuccessful the attempt to mislead a police investigation. The incident made national news but Dix has never been punished for his crimes.
In addition, Dix was Chief of Staff to Glen Clark who was Premier from 1996 to 1999 and who operated one of the most abusive, corrupt and anti-American regimes in the political history of British Columbia.
Under Clark and Dix's leadership, civil servants including senior lawyers at the Ministry of the Attorney General regularly committed perjury, obstruction of justice and all manner of crimes.
Clark and Dix used their powers to inflict deliberate harm on innocent people.
Clark and Dix used their powers to divert hundreds of millions of dollars to the corrupt business corporations that were building the useless, fire hazard, so called "fast ferries" that were eventually sold for scrap.
Clark and Dix did big favours for Vancouver billionaire, Jimmy Pattison, who hired Clark after he was removed from office for corruption.
But Clark and Dix were also so stupid and so politically naive that they decided to pick a fight with the American Government, firstly, by cancelling the underwater seabed lease on the torpedo testing range the US and Canadian Navy had used for decades near Nanoose Bay on Vancouver Island, and, secondly, by failing to take any action when a group of angry fisherman blockaded an Alaskan Ferry and four hundred passengers for three days at Prince Rupert.
Dix and Clark and their mindless political supporters engaged in these deliberate acts of provocation despite the fact that the Americans had helped save Canada and its so called mother country, England, in World War 2 against the overwhelming power of Nazi Germany and had protected Canada from the Soviet threat during the cold war.
So when Stephen Harper met with Barrack Obama you can bet that at some point, Mr. Obama, on instructions from the Pentagon, mentioned that the American government were offended by the fact that Adrian Dix was still parading around in public as a possible leader in British Columbia when he should be in jail.
In addition, it was the actions of Adrian Dix, Glen Clark and their supporters that led to the Water War Crimes lawsuits which were in the process of being settled and should have been settled but instead Clark and Dix decided to follow a corrupt legal strategy that led to several murders, a multitude of destroyed political careers, and other mayhem that is not yet public because the murderers and those responsible will have to be located and either executed or brought to justice and incarcerated for a long time.
Editors Note: In our September 14, 2013 Audio broadcast we inadvertently claimed that Enbridge paid a lot of money to Prime Minister Harper. Naturally, we did not mean Prime Minister Harper personally who has no record of personal corruption. We meant his political party but even that might have been a mistake. Accordingly we apologize and retract the remark.
Enbridge has reportedly contributed heavily to the BC Liberals but we do not have any credible reports of significant contributions to the Conservative Party of Canada.
Accordingly, we apologize and retract the remark.