Bellicose Christy Clark Demands Trade War With USA
A trade war between British Columbia and the USA would be catastrophic for the British Columbia economy and its peoples living standards but Christy Clark and her advisers are not well known for intelligence and there are persistent rumours that a she and number of her advisors are chronic cocaine users suggesting they suffer from "cocaine induced dementia".
US President Donald Trump (shown in centre photo with Trudeau) was preparing to escalate the war by announcing that the USA was cancelling the NAFTA when he received a phone call from Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asking him not to cancel the NAFTA but to renegotiate.
US President Donald Trump announced that he had decided to hold off on cancelling the NAFTA because of his personal respect for Canadian Prime Minister Trudeau and Mexican President Enrique Nieto.
Mr. Trump did not make any mention about the belligerent remarks that had emerged from the mouth of the bellicose British Columbia Premier Christy Clark although her eagerness to use force, instead of principle and reason, against her far larger and far more powerful neighbour was duly noted by the US administration and reminds readers of the actions of former BC Premier Glen Clark who, in 1998 and 1999, threatened the US military by cancelling the foreshore lease at the torpedo testing range near Nanoose on Vancouver Island. Premier Glen Clark was removed from office shortly thereafter by Canada's federal government under Prime Minister Jean Chretien who arranged for the police to bring criminal charges against Premier Glen Clark.
At the same time, it came to the Editors attention that Raymond Chretien, the nephew of former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien and former Canadian Ambassador in Washington, D.C., from 1994 to 2000, had been selected by the Government of Quebec to be its lead negotiator on the softwood lumber negotiations.
Like David Emerson, Raymond's counterpart from British Columbia, Mr. Chretien, is a key witness to the cheating trade practices of the British Columbia and Canadian Governments that in several case have caused real hardship to American investors and their families.
It is a curious twist of karmic fate that two key negotiators for Canada on the softwood lumber file where Canada is alleged to be cheating have a long and notorious history acting connected to the bulk water export file where Canada has been cheating for almost thirty years in a deliberate and calculated attempt to deny fairness to American investors and gouge American consumers.
Editors Note: The Canadian and British Columbia Governments are well known as liars and cheats among the Canadian population so it comes as no surprise to hear from American government officials that Canadian government officials are liars on trade issues.
THE GOOD THE BAD AND THE UGLY
West Fraser Mills is obviously the biggest target on the US Government hit list followed by Canfor Corp.
Both corporations are from British Columbia and both have a history of receiving major government subsidies going back for decades.
Curiously, Premier Clark is threatening to punish Canfor Corp owner Jimmy Pattison when she made her empty threat to tax coal exports moving through British Columbia. Canfor Corp. owner Jimmy Pattision has remained suspiciously silent suggesting the whole exercise by Ms Clark was nothing more than vote getting rhetoric approved by her puppet masters who tell her what tune to dance to.