Canadian Natives and Water Exports
In a bold statement to the media, the First Nations leaders told the Government of British Columbia that they could have either develop a liquefied natural gas industry on "their" lands or develop the Site C dam that is an integral part of the intended water export project.
Click here to read media report of First Nations position.
The First Nations are relying on a recent but "questionable' decision by the Supreme Court of Canada that continues to be under the leadership of Chief Justice McLachlin who has been exposed as a corrupt player in the Water War Crimes.
Click here to read about the corrupt Chief Justice of Canada's Supreme Court
Unfortunately for First Nations, all or many of their victories in Canada's courts may be soon cast into doubt as the increasing corruption in Canada's courts becomes manifest. How can a judgment by the Supreme Court of Canada be trusted if the Chief Justice of Canada is controlled by the Freemason gangs that infect in the courts in British Columbia where cases are regularly fixed by Freemason brothers on the bench passing favours and protecting other Freemason brothers in the bar or elsewhere?
Freemasonry is a criminal organization in British Columbia because it does not comply with reporting provisions of the Unlawful Societies Act that is part of the law of Canada notwithstanding its repeal in England in 1968.
Click here to learn more about the Unlawful Societies Act
It is not a co-incidence that the announcement by the First Nations group comes only a few days after the visit of Master Mason Prince Edward on his surprise "working visit" to British Columbia where he held secret talks with First Nations leaders and, without doubt, fellow Freemasons.
Investigators are looking into the question of whether or not the First Nations groups that are reaching out for control of the water export monopoly are in fact a front for foreign controlled interests that have been attempting to gain control over a hugely profitable water export monopoly between Canada and the USA and Mexico for the past six decades.
Click here to read about the Grand Plan to Steal Canada's Water Resource Wealth
It is part of the documented history of North America that First Nations, Indians or Natives have been used as pawns, patsies, and dupes of foreign powers, i.e. European, that have sought to enrich themselves from North American wealth at the expense of the inhabitants, First Nations and other, of that continent.
Editor's Note: The Canadian Government reports that
"In 2010, a CBC investigation uncovered that the names of 1,700 Canadians appeared on a secret list of Swiss bank accounts believed to be related to tax evasion"... part of a group of
Click here to read media story about "Canadians illegally hiding profits offshore to bring down their tax burden".
Prime Minister Harper Goes to New York - Again
Insiders well know that the really big business deal is the Water Deal.
The Water Deal will require massive amounts of capital and over time provide a huge boost toe the economies of Canada, the USA and Mexico.
Click here to read Prime Minister Harprer statement to the American media
- Canada and the U.S. have the world’s largest and most comprehensive trading relationship, which supports millions of jobs in each country. Bilateral trade in goods and services surpassed US$781 billion in 2013, with more than US$2 billion worth of goods and services crossing the border daily — over $1 million traded every minute.
- The U.S. is Canada’s largest foreign investor, and Canada is the third-largest foreign investor in the U.S. U.S. investment in Canada is primarily in Canada’s mining and smelting industries, petroleum, chemicals, the manufacturing of machinery and transportation equipment, and finance. Canadian investment in the U.S. is concentrated in finance and insurance, manufacturing, banking, information and retail trade.
- Canada is the largest foreign supplier of oil, natural gas and electricity to the U.S. In 2013, Canadian energy exports totalled CDN$128 billion, of which 92 per cent (CDN$118 billion) were to the U.S.
- About 400,000 people cross between the shared Canadian and U.S. border every single day by all modes of transport.
- A number of major initiatives to further strengthen Canada’s economic relationship with the U.S. are currently underway or on the horizon, including:
- The Beyond the Border Action Plan, which will enhance security and accelerate the legitimate flow of people, goods and services;
- The Regulatory Cooperation Council, which aims to better align regulatory systems and boost North American trade and competitiveness;
- The approval of the Keystone XL pipeline, which will create jobs and energy security for both countries; and,
- The construction of the Detroit River International Crossing, which will reduce congestion, support growth in border traffic and provide a much-needed crossing alternative in this vital trade corridor.
- Canada and the U.S. are working closely to boost trade between North America and the Asia-Pacific region through the Trans-Pacific Partnership, which will create jobs and growth both at home and abroad.
“Canada values our deep and enduring relationship with the United States. Our two countries have a long and remarkable history of collaboration on trade and investment, which is critical to our mutual prosperity. We are working together to lay down a modern framework to improve the flow of legitimate trade, travel and investment across our shared border, which will benefit citizens and businesses in both countries.” – Prime Minister Stephen Harper
- See more at: http://pm.gc.ca/eng/news/2014/09/24/pm-highlights-strength-canadian-economy-new-york-city#sthash.CPM2NfyN.dpuf