CANADA - US WATER PROJECT MOVES AHEAD
The co-incidental recent public relations announcements by British Columbia's Government owned electric generating corporation, BC Hydro, that it would soon have to construct more power generating facilities and by the environmental movement that further protection of the Flathead Lake watershed was necessary are best understood as part of the necessary government propaganda to prepare Canadian public opinion for the construction of a massive water reservoir at what is locally called "Site C" on the Peace River in northeastern British Columbia, and for the prevention of any industrial development in the water transportation corridor to be located in the Flathead River Valley.
These developments are consistent with the North American Water and Power Alliance scheme, first touted in the 1960's, that was delayed by political corruption in Canada and, particularly, in British Columbia, where successive premiers and attorney generals have covered up government crime and corruption.
In the coming months, the Canadian public can expect to read more about preserving, i.e. preventing development in, the Rocky Mountain Trench where the NAWAPA plan calls for the creation of massive interior lake/reservoir.
The plan to export massive amounts of fresh water from Canada to the United States is moving ahead quickly, quietly, without fanfare and according to plan..
HARPER AND CAMERON
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Some Royal observers view this development as evidence of increasing concern that the present Royal Family and its progeny are no longer fit to hold office due to the alleged involvement of Queen Elizabeth and members of her family in the scheme to loot Canada's water export revenues - an allegation first reported on this web site.
The allegation, along with supporting evidence, was delivered to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper in August, 2011, and has not been denied.
Shortly after he received the information, Canadian Prime Minister, Stephen Harper asked United Kingdom, Prime Minister David Cameron, to visit Canada for private meetings which were held prior to this recent announcement and insiders speculate that they discussed plans to change the rules of Royal Succession at that time.