PREMIER CLARK GOES TO WASHINGTON
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The project to deliver massive quantities of clean fresh water from British Columbia to the American south west and Mexico was first conceived in the 1960's and was the subject of high level secret meetings between Prime Ministers Trudeau and Mulroney and several US Presidents.
Trudeau dropped out of office after he is alleged to have secured some insider benefits on the water deal and, then, Brian Mulroney attempted to move the project forward by supporting a water export industry using super-tankers on the west coast which would have helped establish a market and created a water export monopoly controlled by insiders that our sources advise included Queen Elizabeth, her husband Phil, Trudeau and a number of other political insiders who were investing by way of secret offshore accounts. The incompetence of the crooked insiders resulted in delaying the project from 1991 to 2006 when Stephen Harper took over as Prime Minister with the assistance of documents provided by Mr. Carten that implicated his political rivals in some serious crimes related to water exports.
Harper visited George Bush, junior, and promised to do what he could to move the project forward. He initiated a series of high level meetings with Canada's Premiers about water exports and invited California Governor Arnold Schwarznegger to Ottawa for private consultations about the water issue.
Schwarznegger and then BC Premier Campbell moved the "clean energy export" project forward without mentioning the "clean water export" part of the project due to the high political sensitivity of the water export issue in Canada where many Canadians have been brainwashed into believing Canada had a looming shortage of fresh water because a few glaciers had shrunk a few feet.
Only a tiny, almost un-measurable, fraction of Canada's fresh water comes from glaciers but the brainwashing was highly effective and the political opposition to fresh water export is widespread among English speaking Canadians who are covered by snow and water for most months of the year. For a number of historical reasons, French speaking Canadians are less opposed to fresh water exports than their "anglo" compatriots.
Unfortunately for Campbell, the evidence of his corruption were becoming notorious and he resigned opening the door to the re-entry of Ms. Christy Clark to the political stage. To her credit, Premier Clark has quietly cleaned out a lot of the human garbage that inhabited many government offices although she did not act soon enough to save Federal Court of Appeal Justice Layden-Stevenson from being murdered. .
Premier Christy Clark has continued the wise Harper Campbell strategy of moving the "water export" project forward without mentioning the words "water export" and the Province of British Columbia is about to commence the long delayed Site C Dam at an estimated $7 billion that is a lynch pin in the massive water export project that will transform western North America.
An increased supply of fresh water is far more critical to the long term health of the American economy than many people understand and the only reasonable near term source of that water is British Columbia. Eventually, other pasts of Canada with significant water resources will join the project but that is a matter that is probably a decade of longer in the future.
For this reason, a number of people have, in the past, tried to take control of the British Columbia water resource by clandestine means and, for this reason, Premier Christy Clark is now considered by many to be the most important political leader in Canada. However, Prime Minister Harper and Premier Campbell do deserve a lot of credit for quietly steering the project forward over the past several years.
According to The Premier's Press Release on both October 3 and October 4, she will he attending "Administration and Congressional Meetings -- Meet with senior Administration officials and Congressional leaders whose responsibilities include natural resources, energy and West Coast concerns".
According to the Premier's Press Secretary, Premier Clark will not be meeting either the President or the Vice President.
According to the White House Web site there is no mention of a meeting with Premier Christy Clark on the Schedule for October 3 or the Schedule for October 4, 2013
However, the both White House Schedules are deliberately silent on what meetings are taking place suggesting that a secret meeting will or could take place.
Nonetheless, the Editors are confident that water export will be discussed because the issue is of extreme importance to the American Government.