Click here to go to Globe story entitled "Water Resources declining in southern Canada" that follows upon last week's story by Jeff Rubin "Water:: Canada's Most Prescious Resource" suggesting that Canada re-think its water export policies. The importance of the second article is that the solution to both issues will be massive water diversions from northern Canada that in our opinion are already agreed on.
The Globe and Mail played a significant role in the Water War Crimes by misleading the Canadian and world public in 2000 when these issues ended the careers of Supreme Court of Canda Chief Justice, Antonio Lamer, and Supreme Court of British Columbia Chief Justice, Bryan Williams. In our opinion, in 2000, the Globe and Mail became party to a government fraud against the Canadian public through misrepresentation of the facts related to the Williams resignation.
These two recent Globe articles were timed to coincide with US Democratic House Leader, Nancy Pelosi's visit to Ottawa where she met various Canadian dignitaries including Francine Demarais, the daughter of Water War Crimes king pin, Prime Minister Jean Chretien, who narrowly escaped being interred in the Graveyard of the Guilty as death number 14 in the Water War Crimes, when a blood vessel blew out inside his head in early August. Denied his victim, the Angel of Death went hunting and located Michael Ignatief Staffer, Mario Lague, a suspected Water War Crimes insider not named in the lawsuit and the Angel of Death drove Mario Lague and his motorcycle into another vehicle - death number 14.
Showing continued disdain for American visitors, Prime Minister Harper chose to travel to Canada's hinterland so he would be absent when the second most powerful politicians in the United States was travelling to Canada. This may explain why Italian Canadian, Guy Giorno, Prime Minister Harper's Chief of Staff quit his position the week before Ms. Pelosi's, a prominent American of Italian heritage visited Canada.
In June 2008, Canadian Prime Minister Harper also showed his disdain for prominent American Senators McCain and Lindsey who announced a visit to Ottawa prompting Prime Minister Harper to leave the City and hide in the woods.