Senator Norm Atkins Suddenly Drops Dead As Water War Crimes Exposure Grows and Death Toll of Insiders Escalates
Senator Atkins was appointed to Canadian Senate, in 1986, by then Canadian Prime Minister, Brian Mulroney, but he got his political start on the "Bill Davis Big Blue machine" a team of political orgainzers from the 1970's in the Canadian Province of Ontario that have gained a somewhat legendary status in Canadian political history. Key political operatives on the Big Blue Machine moved west to British Columbia and played a role in the execution of the early stages of the Water War Crimes.
The death of Senator Atkins, following the sudden death of former Privy Council insider, Mario Lague, August 10, 2010, and the sudden death of former Clerk of the Privy Council, Glen Shortliffe, May 6, 2010, and the near death experience of former Prime Minister Jean Chretien, August 6, 2010, marks the third death of a known Ottawa political insider with links to the Water War Crimes, since April 20, 2010, when Federal Court Judge Johanne Gauther was advised the Water War Crimes lawsuit should be settled or more people would die. Senator Atkins is death number 15 of a political insider since the exposure of the criminals behind the Water War Crimes began, in earnest in 2006, when the dead, Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs rose from their graves and haunted the guilty by attacking those who had attacked them.
Of course, maybe Norn Atkins was not guilty at all. Maybe our speculation is merely that - speculation.
Let's hope this is just a co-incidence.
Just another - strange co-incidence in the Water War Crimes Saga.
Just like the co-incidental announcement by the Franch Police that they had discovered 1800 bank accounts owned by Canadians in Switzerland as part of a French corruption investigation.
Like the accounts in Switzerland and England that the RCMP refuses to investigate that are referred to on the audiotape.
Not many average Canadians can afford a Swiss Account since the minimum deposit is about $500,000.
Jim Whiteside, who was formerly with the Treasury Board in Ottawa, and who helped finance W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. said "Ya see, John, those offshore accounts, in Switzerland and the Cayman Islands, are in the names of politicians in Canada and that is where they pay the bribes".