Is Canada Under Attack?
Six weeks ago, former US President Al Gore accused Canada and its oil industry of "using the skies of the planet as an open sewer".
This was the rhetoric of warfare and, not surprisingly, Mr. Gore's warnings were followed by what appear to be two significant attacks on Canada's dirty oil industry.
On June 21, 2013, the City Of Calgary, the headquarters of Canada's dirty oil industry, suffered unprecedented flooding that many believe was the result of a "weather warfare attack".
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Yesterday, July 6, 2013, a "ghost train" carrying dirty Canadian oil to east coast refineries owned by the rich and powerful Irving family exploded. A "ghost train" is operated remotely and has no workers on it who could stop a runaway train at the last moment. "Ghost trains" are ideal vehicles for use as a weapon in industrial warfare against a country such as Canada.
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Asked by a reporter what the scene looked like up close, Lac-Megantic Fire Chief Lauzon replied that it looked like “A war zone.”
Two major destructive events have inflicted serious damage on Canada's dirty oil industry within three weeks of each other and within six weeks of the warning of Al Gore.
Is this just a co-incidence of history or is Canada under attack by some unidentified enemy?
Do these apparent attacks on Canada have anything to do with mysterious Bilderberg Club meeting in June 2013?
It is a documented fact that the Bilderberg Club once plotted the destruction of Canada so Canadians and the world must ask if the Bilderberg Club is behind the latest attacks upon Canada.
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Is Canada an enemy of humanity?
1.. The Alberta tar sands are the largest industrial project on the planet. They cover an area larger than the state of Florida, are licensed to use twice as much fresh water as the city of Calgary, consume enough natural gas in a day to heat 3 million homes, are the fastest growing source of greenhouse gasses in Canada, and produce over a million barrels of oil per day
2. Tar sands oil is the dirtiest on earth and is one of the largest contributors to the climate crisis. It takes two metric tons of sand to produce one barrel of oil and three to five times more energy per barrel of oil than any other source on earth. As a result, the tar sands generate 40 million metric tons of CO2 per year, more than all the cars in Canada combined.
3. NASA climate scientist James Hansen has warned that continued tar sands mining would be 'essentially game over' for the climate.
4. In 2006, the tar sands generated 63,000 metric tons of volatile organic
compounds (VOCs) including, according to a 2008 Environmental Defence report,
over 100 tons of benzene. These dangerous toxins, along with heavy metals
like arsenic and mercury, are discharged into the Athabasca River.
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