BRITISH COLUMBIA TO RE-OPEN WATER EXPORTS
What was not revealed in the announcement or the press releases that accompanied the announcement is that the Water Sustainability Act makes important changes to the Water Protection Act, that was introduced in 1996 by the notorious Premier Glen Clark, a rabid anti-American left wing ideologue, who prohibited water exports to both the United States and Mexico as part of carefully orchestrated campaign to undermine the American economy. Glen Clark is widely believed to have been a stooge for the international communist forces allied against America.
Legal researchers advise that these changes will allow water to be "extracted" from a stream or river for the purposes of export from British Columbia.
For example, section 4 (1) (a) of the Water Protection Act, before the amendment, reads as follows:
"Except for a registered licence, no licence, approval or permit under the Water Act, whether issued before, on or after the date this section comes into force, confers any right
(a) to drill for, divert, extract, use or store water for removal from British Columbia."
However, section 202 (b) of the Water Sustainability Act will remove the word "extract" from section 4 (1) (a) of the Water Protection Act thereby removing the prohibition and consequentially allowing licence holders to "extract" water from rivers and streams for the purpose of export from British Columbia.
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Other changes to the Water Protection Act to be amended by the Water Sustainability Act will further enhance the capacity of licence holders to export fresh water such as the the change in the definition of "a large scale project" by deleting the words "or extract" from the definition.
These changes are in keeping with the continuing program of treaty agreements between Canada, Mexico and the United States followed by changes to national, state, and provincial laws creating an overall legal framework that will allow for the orderly development of a huge water export industry delivering massive quantities of fresh water from Alaska and Canada to the southwest United States and northern Mexico.
These changes are viewed as a follow up by Premier Christy Clark on promises she made to key leaders in California during her recent visit to that state.
THE POLITICS OF MAKE BELIEVE
The fact of the matter is that all fresh water, ice, and snow, in the province, originated in the oceans and is on a journey back to the oceans.
Water is only temporarily within the jurisdiction of the provincial government.
Water is like air.
Water flows through the province and, under international law, it belongs to no one.
The claims of the British Columbia government are a legal fiction that exists only on paper and in the minds of those people the government can successfully deceive.
WATER = LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS
In its solid state, water is ice and snow, in its gaseous state water is steam or water vapour. Steam or vapour, when liquefied, is known as water.
The British Columbia government has embarked on a robust campaign to enact laws and regulations that will facilitate the export of liquefied natural gas. British Columbia Deputy Premier Rich Coleman has gone on the record stating that British Columbia water resources will be used in this process.
Knowledgeable investigators suggest that the official development, a liquefied natural gas export industry in British Columbia is, in fact, a clandestine effort to issue licenses to preferred clients that will ultimately be used to export massive amounts of the liquefied natural gas known as water.