MEXICO NEEDS CLEAN FRESH WATER
The key issues for the Mexicans are Canadian pricing, transportation costs through the United States, and expected delivery dates. The project will soon be getting underway in Canada with the construction of the massive Site C Dam (estimated cost of $7 billion) in northern British Columbia. In anticipation of the trilateral meeting, British Columbia Premier Christy Clark held top secret talks with California Governor Jerry Brown two weeks ago and intelligence sources advise that water export from British Columbia was the most pressing issue on the minds of the Californians who are in the worst drought in state history.
The Canadian bargaining position is complex because export matters fall under federal jurisdiction but water is "constitutionally" owned by the Canada's provincial government. The position becomes even more complex in British Columbia because almost all water in the province is located within un-ceded Native/First Nations territory so that the provincial government's title to the water is not recognized under international law. Several native groups have contacted the Editors of this web site to express their continuing interest in the issues published.
In November 2012, the US Government negotiated a key treaty that allows Mexico to store fresh water in Lake Mead behind the Hoover Dam. This will allow Mexico to acquire massive quantities of fresh water from Canada and manage the flow of the resource into Mexico without having to build massive new reservoirs to hold the water.
Fresh water from Canada will greatly benefit agriculture in the areas illustrated, providing huge numbers of jobs for Mexican farm workers harvesting fruit and vegetable for sale in Canadian and American markets.
Queen Elizabeth & President Obama to meet Pope Francis
Observers have noted that US President Obama will be visiting the Pope on March 27, 2014, a week before the Queen shows up which creates an impression that the Queen of England, the President of the USA, and the Pope in Rome are meeting, albeit on different days, to discuss a topic of mutual interest which some observers suggest is the vexing topic of the murder/execution of former Canadian Federal Court of Appeal Justice, Carolyn Layden-Stevenson in June of 2012 that was allegedly approved by former Pope Benedict.
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There is a school of legal opinion that argues that Justice Carolyn Layden-Stevenson deserved to be executed because she violated her solemn Oath of Office by intentionally mis-applying the law in the case brought by Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs in Canada's Federal Court system. Queen Elizabeth has been Canada's head of state for several decades and she has blithely continued in that position, reaping the benefits of office without being mindful of her duties, while many of Her Canadian judges have gone completely haywire (drug using judges is a common place occurrence in courts in Canada) and have caused harm to innocent Canadians. Queen Elizabeth also has issues arising from the un-denied allegations that she violated her Coronation Oath by secretly investing in the scheme to loot Canada's water export wealth. So, while it may have been wrong for Justice Layden-Stevenson to favour politicians, insiders, and Queen Elizabeth by denying justice to their victims, she wasn't doing anything very much different than some Canadian judges have been doing for a long time.
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Editors Note: Canada's judicial system is modelled on the English system of justice which was one of the causes of the American revolution. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canada's national police force, have been quoted as stating that some Canadian judges were under the control of organized crime and it was only six years ago that the Canadian government began doing background police checks on judicial appointments a practise that ought to have been implemented a long time before that.
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