WAR DRUMS OVER WATER
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 >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Chief Shawn Atleo and The Water War
Shortly, after the threat to shut the economy was made, Chief Atleo stepped aside, temporarily, down due to sudden health issues. There is good reason to believe that Atleo's heath issues were the result of a botched attempt to murder him although in statements to the media the Chief is blaming a virus and stress.
Click here to read about Water War Murders
However, Grand Chief Atleo may be the right person, in the right place, at the right time, because the headwaters for the grand scheme to supply fresh water to Mexico and the United States are in the unceded Indian territory of British Columbia and, due to his life in the rain forests of British Columbia, Chief Atleo knows that water is a gift from the Creator that belongs to all of mankind and not to just a few greedy foreign elites or eastern Canadian capitialists who have secretly plotted for decades to control the water export wealth of British Columbia.
So, if the fresh water deal with Mexico and the United States is to move forward it will need the co-operation of the natives of British Columbia, just like it needs the co-operation of the nations of Canada, Mexico, and the United States.
The microcosm reflects the macrocosm and vice versa.
Certainly, it is far preferable and less harmful to Native Canadians and the environment to export fresh water than to export oil and natural gas.
Fresh water is a renewable resource, every year. It is a gift from the Creator to mankind !