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The Water War Crimes are the the crimes carried out by political, legal, judicial and business insiders, in Canada, who attempted to swindle control of a bulk water export monopoly over the export of fresh water from Canada to the United States and Mexico, the subsequent viscious personal attack on British Columbia lawyer John Carten by the Governments of Canada and British Columbia because, as a lawyer, he was embarked on a path that would expose their crimes that included a dispicable criminal attack upon Ms. Karen Gibbs and her children because she was assisting Mr. Carten at the time.

From March 1, 2015, this blog will attempt to publish the ongoing posts on the New Developments page at the Water War Crimes web site. We attempted to do that in the past but missed a big chunk of time and hope to be able to keep it regular now that we have some extra time.

The Water War Crimes web site tells the story in great detail and we add updates because the case is unfolding.

The Canadian media will not report the story so we have used the internet to publicize the crimes by the insiders and the corruption in Canada's judicial, legal and political systems.

In the process, we have systematically destroyed many of our enemies but the governments of British Columbia and Canada continue to refuse a fair and equitable settlement and we continue our quest for redress in Canada's crooked court system and so more insiders are compromised and then murdered or mysteriously drop dead.

Twelve crooked judges involved were exposed as crooks and suddenly died. We think some of those judges were murdered. Six Chief Justices who manipulated the system against us were exposed and resigned, one was murdered and the other committed suicide.

Politicians, lawyers and civil servants who abused their positions of power were exposed, resigned or, suddenly, dropped dead. The death toll now stands at over forty and is likely to rise. The list of the sudden deaths linked to the Water War Crimes is published on the web site page entitled the Graveyard of the Guilty.

A remnant of the crooked political, judicial and legal insiders within the Governnments of Canada and British Columbia and some of Canada's most powerful law firms have effectively used their influence to manipulate Canada's judiciary to get the case thrown out without any hearing on its merits.

The insiders are desperate and periodically they lash out at Mr. Carten with illegal jailings, malicious prosecutions and other crooked legal tactics.


In February 2016, the Law Society of British Columbia commenced a vile attempt to destroy Mr. Carten again because he was helping some people who were victims of a criminal lawyer / judge gang operating in the courts.

This is a huge story that has been suppressed and mis-represented by the Canadian media and it continues to influence Canadian politics to this day.

LEARN MORE BY VISITING THE WATER WAR CRIMES WEB SITE

Visit http://www.waterwarcrimes.com



Thursday, February 16, 2012

CANADIAN GOVERNMENT COVERTLY CONTINUES WATER EXPORT PROJECT


Location of Future Site C Reservoir 
The following news release jointly issue by the Governments of Canada and British Columbia is further evidence that the covert grand plan to export fresh water from Canada, first revealed on this web site, to the United States and Mexico continues to be implemented under the smokescreen description of a clean energy project.

The scheme was first hatched in the 1960`s and successive Canadian governments have secretly tried to implement due to widespread public opposition.
 
Click here to learn more about the Grand Plan to Loot Canada`s Water Ressource Wealth

NEWS RELEASE COMMUNIQUÉ
For Immediate Release 2012ENV0001-000144
Feb. 29, 2012
Ministry of Environment Government of Canada
Site C Clean Energy Project - Joint Agreement Issued

OTTAWA

The Honourable Peter Kent, federal Minister of the Environment and the Honourable Terry Lake, British Columbia Minister of the Environment, announced today that a Joint Agreement has been signed for the co-operative environmental assessment, including a review by a joint panel, of the Site C Clean Energy Project in British Columbia.
The final agreement specifies the process for conducting the review, outlines the joint review panel terms of reference and identifies the timelines associated with key steps of the co-operative process.
Following a 30-day public consultation period held in October 2011, comments received by the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency and the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office were considered, and the agreement was finalized.
To view the final agreement or to obtain more information on this
project, consult the Canadian Environmental Assessment Registry at www.ceaa-acee.gc.ca, reference number 11-05-63919 or the B.C.
Environmental Assessment Office website at:
www.eao.gov.bc.ca
Next Steps:
The next steps in the review process include public consultation on the draft guidelines for the environmental impact statement (EIS) to be held in the spring of 2012. The guidelines provide direction to the proponent and identify the information that will be required in the EIS.
Background:
BC Hydro and Power Authority proposes to construct and operate a dam and 1,100-megawatt hydroelectric generating station on the Peace River in northeastern B.C. The proposed project would be the third in a series of dams on the B.C. portion of the Peace River. The project components are an earthfill dam 1,050 metres long and 60 metres high, an 1,100-megawatt generating station and associated structures, an 83-km long reservoir, realignment of four sections of Highway 29 and two 77-km transmission lines along an existing transmission line right-of-way connecting Site C to the existing provincial power grid.
The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency administers the federal environmental assessment process, which identifies the environmental effects of proposed projects and measures to
address those effects in support of sustainable development.
The British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office manages the provincial environmental assessment process, which examines major projects for potential environmental, economic, social, heritage and health effects that may occur during the lifecycle of a project and identifies strategies to prevent or reduce potential adverse effects.
Contacts:
Lucille Jamault
Communications Manager
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
613 957-0434
Suntanu Dalal
Communications Officer
British Columbia Environmental Assessment Office
250 387-9745
250 387 9745

READERS ARE REMINED THAT THESE GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS WILL EITHER LIE TO THEM OR THEY DO NOT KNOW THE FULL NATURE OF THE WATER EXPORT PLAN THAT IS BEING CARRIED OUT. 

  

The North American Water and Power Alliance was first conceived in the 1960.s and interested readers can learn more by visiting the following links 


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