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California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water; BC Canada Export Scandal
03-11-2010, 09:08 AM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Great information, I'll be looking to name names. Particularly the individuals involved with providing an exclusive license to export “fresh water taken from….behind the dam at Ocean Falls on terms that were completely illegal – courtesy of insiders” in the BC government.

Let me know if you turn up anything more on this case. I'm hoping to take this to the next level.
There are no others, there is only us.
03-11-2010, 11:55 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
council of canadians

blue planet project

food and water watch

and for today's dose of "holy shit! what will these bastards do next?!," go here
Water Exports and the Water War Crimes
every article there deserves a thread here. it's also probably the best place to start getting the names you're looking for.

I'm consistently amazed at how much people rant and rave about vaccination and such, yet have NO CLUE about the fact that the key component of our bodies is being stolen from us and sold back for a profit. The control of water is one of the most drastic conspiracies being perpetrated, yet barely anyone knows anything about it.
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03-12-2010, 05:25 AM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Thanks for the resources.

Quote:The control of water is one of the most drastic conspiracies being perpetrated, yet barely anyone knows anything about it.

Water on a few levels.

- Accessibility
- Distribution
- Monetization / Privatization
- Pollution
- Chemical Treatment and or Poisoning

Agreed, I haven't seen much on this although it is one of the primary issues (along with control of Information, Food, Natural Resources, Law and Money IMO), perhaps the most critical on the most fundamental level - the sustainability of life itself.

Great source for information with a nice bit of a Canadian angle on it. Brazil is also being exploited, I'm not hearing much coming from their either other than the Bush Empire has set up a lot of stakes around the world's largest reservoir.

We could also go to the World Conservation Bank agenda, but not necessarily via that body, as a way of controlling the world water supply through conservation reserves and collateral on debts. Much of Africa and a good portion of the Amazon basin is already in IMF / BIS control. A source for more information on this would be George Washington Hunt. It's a good watch although many sources are heresay and he could be being fed misinfo by some higher ups that he managed to get in with via some coincidental circumstances but it addresses the issue quite thoroughly.

George Washington Hunt - The Planned Rescue of Money and Nature
There are no others, there is only us.
03-26-2010, 09:59 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Dead Judges Don't Lie: Canada's Biggest Scandal

There are nine dead judges connected to the Canadian water exports scandal - Canada's Biggest Scandal.

Each of them committed crimes on the bench as part of the Canadian government strategy to destroy the whistle blower lawyer and the lady who was assisting him and each of them died after the lawyer and the lady turned the tables on them and started to publish their crimes.

They started dying in January, 2006, and the latest died in January, 2010. Some dropped dead, suddenly, after their crimes were exposed, and others developed illnesses and died a few months later.

The judges and their dates of death are: James Taylor, deceased, January 10, 2006; Sid Clark, sometime in 2007; Robert Edwards, November 5, 2007; Justice Antonio Lamer, November 24, 2007, Allan McEachern, January 5, 2008, Ralph Hutchinson, March 20, 2008, Hugh Stansfield May 7, 2009 David Vickers November 15, 2009 and John Bouck, January 18, 2010. .

In addition, two water export insiders, former British Columbia Deputy Minister, Jack Ebbels, dropped dead February 25, 2010, and former British Columbia Cabinet Minister Stan Hagen dropped dead January 20, 2009.

The Canadian and British Columbia Governments targeted the lawyer and the lady and attempted to destroy them because they were helping some Americans investors who had been cheated by the Governments of Canada and British Columbia in a water exports business venture and what they were doing threatened to expose political corruption related to fresh water exports at the highest levels of government in Ottawa, Canada's capital, and in Victoria, the capital of British Columbia, Canada's western most province.

The lawyer and the lady were reduced to poverty. Their careers were destroyed. Their assets were looted. Their families were in chaos. The lawyer and the lady were professionally and financially destroyed.

But, the lawyer and the lady fought back.

They searched for information that would prove their enemies were criminals. They interviewed private citizens from all over Canada who had similar horror stories about the Canadian judiciary and certain prominent Canadian law firms. They spoke to private investigators and police officers. They contacted people outside Canada for information.

They learned about the “judicial mafia”, a secret group of select Canadian judges who control the agenda in the Canadian court system and who fix cases for the benefit of their friends and colleagues.

Documents and information came into their possession which proved there had been a conspiracy that included the three Chief Justices in British Columbia, several BC Attorney Generals, a number of Premiers of British Columbia, one, possibly more, Prime Ministers of Canada and several judges who had acted against them in various court cases.

They began to publish that information and the judges started dropping dead. They filed two lawsuits in the Canadian courts identifying these judges as criminals and more of the judges started dropping dead.

In addition, two Chief Justices of British Columbia, Bryan Williams and Donald Brenner, and one Chief Justice of Canada, Antonio Lamer, took early retirement when their roles in the water export crimes were exposed or threatened to be exposed.

It didn't have to happen this way except certain people in Canada's government thought they could kick private citizens around and never pay a price.

The following information will set out the circumstances of the deaths and the reader can decide if any of the judges, the civil servant insider or the politician insider were murdered. It is always difficult to prove murder but, one thing is clear, someone had a motive for murder.

In the last few months of 2005, reports were made to several appropriate Canadian authorities concerning the serious criminal misconduct of Mr. Justice James Taylor of the Supreme Court of British Columbia who had been a former long term prosecutor employed by the British Columbia Ministry of the Attorney General. In addition to his participation in the WaterWarCrimes by sabotaging the whistle blower lawyer, one of the crimes Mr. Taylor was alleged to have participated in was the sexual abuse of children in exchange for favors given to criminals while he was a judge. Also, Taylor's case record showed that he had issued a gag order on child two sexual abuse whistleblowers - Arthur Topham and Kevin Annett -both of whom are well known in Canada alternate media. Shortly after the reports about Taylor were filed, on January 10, 2006, Justice Taylor suddenly suddenly dropped dead, at age 64, in excellent health, from an alleged heart attack while he was skiing at Mount Washington on Vancouver Island in Canada.

Mr. James Taylor was dead judge number one. Was he murdered? Did he commit suicide? Certainly, Justice Taylor's death was sudden and completely unexpected.

Reports were also filed about the conduct of Provincial Court of British Columbia Judge Sid Clark showing that he seriously mis-conducted himself by denying the whistle blower lawyer the fundamental right to call witnesses in his own defence at a trail where his liberty was in issue thereby setting the stage for the subsequent imprisonment of the lawyer by another handpicked Provincial Court judge. Judge Clark died at an undetermined date in 2007 from undetermined causes. Was this a co-incidence?

In October 2007, the Governments of Canada and British Columbia were served with legal documents that implicated Justice Robert Edwards, retired Chief Justice of Canada, Antonio Lamer, and retired Chief Justice of British Columbia Allan McEachern in the strategy of the Governments of Canada and British Columbia to attack the lady and the lawyer through the Canadian court system. Justice Edwards, in excellent health, dropped dead from a sudden heart attack on November 5, 2007, retired Justice Lamer died from heart problems on November 24, 2007 and retired British Columbia Chief Justice, Allan McEachern, died on January 11, 2008. Were these deaths merely co-incidences? Each judge had something to hide and each judge was in a position to blow the whistle on the insiders.

On March 3, 2008, legal documents were served on retired British Columbia Justice Ralph Hutchinson implicating him in the strategy of the Governments of Canada and British Columbia to attack the lady and the lawyer through the Canadian court system and he died on March 20, 2008, a mere 17 days later. Hutchinson's obituary stated he had been in excellent health but became ill a few weeks before he died coincidental with the date he was served with the legal documents. Judge Hutchinson was also in a position to expose the insiders in Canada. Was he murdered or was his death another co-incidence?

On January 20, 2009, British Columbia cabinet minister, Stan Hagen, dropped dead from a sudden heart attack at age 69 only a few hours after he had met British Columbia Premier, Gordon Campbell at a time when the WaterWarCrimes were becoming more widely known inside government circles due to the legal documents that had been filed in the Canadian court system. Mr. Hagen had also been a member of the cabinet of British Columbia Premier Bill Vander Zalm when the plan to create an illegal Canadian water export monopoly was set in motion by Canadian governments. Mr. Hagen had inside knowledge and he was a potential threat to some insiders. According to the newspaper reports, Mr. Hagen had been in excellent health. Was Mr. Hagen murdered or was his death another co-incidence?

On May 7, 2009, British Columbia Provincial Court Chief Judge, Hugh Stansfield, suddenly and mysteriously, died, at age 54, allegedly, from cancer. During hte period from April 1 to May 3, 2009, after documents were being assembled and exchanged over the internet between the whistle blower lawyer and a private investigator that implicated Judge Stansfield in the sexual abuse of children as young as six.

These documents were never delivered to anyone but agents of the Government of Canada are presumed to have been monitoring that e-mail exchange and Judge Stansfield may have been murdered or committed suicide.

Death by cancer was a convenient alibi because, five years earlier, Judge Stansfield had been treated for cancer but, death by cancer defied common sense because Judge Stansfield was seen to be in robust good health at a public hearing on April 25, 2009, and 12 days later he was dead from a disease that kills slowly over months or years.

During the period of time that the e-mail exchange was taking place, Mr. Jim Judd, the head of CSIS, Canada's equivalent of the CIA, KGB or MI6, and Mr. Kevin Lynch, the head of Canada's secret governing council, the Privy Council, suddenly announced they would be resigning. Lynch and Judd had probably been aware of Judge Stansfield's activities for some time but had turned a blind eye allowing innocent children to be sexually abused because the judge was a useful Canadian insider.

Judge Stansfield had been a significant player in the Canadian and British Columbia government strategy to destroy the lady and the lawyer through crooked court cases. Judge Stansfield had sent his legal assistant to spy on the lawyer's activities and, a few weeks later, that legal assistant went to the police, lied to them and persuaded them to file a criminal harassment charge against the lawyer. After the police swore the Information commencing the prosecution, the Governments of Canada and British Columbia collaborated to attempt to railroad the lawyer and commit him in a psychiatric hospital but, for reasons that are cloaked in secrecy, a judge was sent in from another court system not under the control of Chief Judge Stansfield and the lawyer was acquitted

Shortly after Judge Stansfield died, on June 10, 2010, British Columbia Supreme Court Chief Justice, Donald Brenner announced he would be retiring. Brenner had also been sent legal documents that implicated him (Brenner) in the Canadian and British Columbia government strategy to destroy the lawyer through crooked court cases. Brenner's retirement announcement was completely unexpected because he was 64, when he could sit to age 75. Was Chief Jusdtice Brenner beginning to feel the heat?

Sensing that Judge's Stansfield's death was related to the Canadian water export scandal, in July, 2009, the lawyer and the lady sent email correspondence to Canada's Prime Minister, Stephen Harper, Canada's Justice Minister, Robert Nicholson, the Head of Canada's Secret Governing Council, Mr. Kevin Lynch (who had not yet retired), and to Canada's Deputy Minister of Justice, Mr. John Sims predicting “more death and destruction”.

In their letter they wrote:

“Once again, we are offering you and your colleagues the opportunity to settle our claim justly and on established principles of law and equity, instead of compelling us to move forward in a manner that will, under karmic law lead to more death and destruction

The Governments ignored this generous offer to settle and more death and destruction ensued
On November 15, 2009, recently retired Justice David Vickers died. Mr. Vickers was also named in the lawsuit as a party to the strategy of the Governments of Canada and British Columbia to destroy the lawyer and the lady through crooked court cases.

On January 8, 2010, retired Justice John Bouck died. Mr. Bouck was also named in the lawsuit as a party to the same devious Government strategy to destroy the lawyer and the lady through crooked court cases.
Were Justices David Vickers and John Bouck simply co-incidences number 9 and 10 or was some form of foul play involved? They were both in positions to tell what their role had been in the strategy to destroy the whistle blower lawyer and the lady and, if they had done so, some prominent Canadians were at risk of exposure.
On February 25, 2010, Jack Ebbels, a retired British Columbian civil servant died from a sudden heart attack while skiing at age 64. Mr. Ebbels was not a judge but he had been a lawyer and a Deputy Minister in the Government of British Columbia and he had been a key inside player in political corruption in Canada related to water exports.
Mr. Ebbels was the lawyer who supervised the drawing of the secret agreement that conferred special favors on W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. The agreement violated the GATT, the Free Trade Agreement, and the Water Act a domestic law passed by the British Columbia Government. Four days after the illegal secret agreement was signed massive insider trading took place in the stock of WCW that included millions of shares going to offshore accounts that the RCMP, Canada's politically controlled national police force has refused to investigate
Mr. Ebbels died two weeks after his crimes were posted on the web site maintained by the lady and the lawyer to support their lawsuit. The Web Site can be reached at They also maintain a blog to support the lawsuit Jack Ebbels was in a position to explain a lot about who was involved in the crooked water export deal and he was a threat to those people. Was Jack Ebbels murdered in order to silence him or is his death simply co-incidence number 11?

Nine judges linked to one lawsuit suddenly start dying as their crimes are exposed. A politician and a retired civil servant involved in the water export crimes suddenly drop dead as the case moves forward. All of these people had knowledge that could put others in jail for a long time, destroy careers and reveal something very ugly about Canada. (Article submitted by John Carten.)

Saturday, March 20, 2010
WaterWarCrimes Lawsuit Destroys Another Career In Ottawa
According to the CBC, Canada's top lawyer and very close advisor to the Canadian Government, Deputy Minister of Justice, John Sims, Q.C., suddenly decided to throw in the towel effective April 1, 2010.

"According to the Department of Justice, earlier this week, Deputy Minister John H. Sims -- a three-plus-decade veteran of the civil service -- gave notice, via widely-distributed letter, that he would be leaving his post, effective April 1.

The news apparently provoked mild-to-middling surprise on the mandarin circuit, since generally speaking, the imminent departure of such a senior official would have been telegraphed months in advance, and not announced in a brief note just two weeks before his last day on the job.

The timing is especially curious given how deeply enmeshed in the Afghan detainee controversy his soon to be former department has become, particularly given yesterday's Questions of Privilege."

What the CBC did not report was that John Sims had been accused of lying in documents filed in Federal Court and he was he was due to appear in Federal Court on April 20, 2010, to defend against an accusation that had lied in written submissions that were filed in the Court in June, 2008, and which were used to dupe a Federal Court Prothonotary acting as case management judge in the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit. In fact, the Chief Justice of the Federal Court, Alan Lutfy had ordered Sims and all opposing legal counsel advise the Court by April 1, 2010 if he would be attending in person or by telephoneconference.

There are now eleven dead linked to the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit. John Sims has, so far, escaped with his life but his tactics of stalling and dealy, since Janaury 2008, contributed to the deaths of BC Chief Judge Hugh Stansfield, BC Supreme Court Justice David Vickers, retired BC Supreme Court Justice John Bouck, BC politician, Stan Hagen and retired BC civil servant, Jack Ebbels.

These people all died after the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit was filed in Janaury 2008. Plaintiffs John Carten and Karen Gibbs warned Deputy Minister John Sims and Justice Minister Rob Nicholson that there would be "death and destruction" but, their warning was ignored and now five more people lie dead needlessly.

On their Web Site, Water Exports and the Water War Crimes, and in correspondence with the Prime Minister and Minister of Justice, Mr. Carten and Ms. Gibbs began targeting Mr. Sims for his corrupt activities in late December 2010.

In 2005, Mr. John Sims was awarded the John Tait Award for Excellence established in 1998 to honour, recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of Public Sector Lawyers in Canada. Originally named the Inukshuk Award of Excellence, it was renamed in August 1999 to honour an outstanding lawyer and public servant who passed away in the summer of 1999.

Recent investigations in the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit are now uncovering a more unsavory side to John Tait who was an early player in the WaterWarCrimes as Deputy Minister of Justice for Canada from 1988 to 1994. John Tait's death is sudden death number 12 linked to the WaterWarCrimes - a statistically impossible co-ioncidence. Murder is suspected.
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03-28-2010, 10:13 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
The Looming Water Disaster That Could Destroy California, and Enrich Its Billionaire Farmers

By Yasha Levine

Global Research, March 28, 2010
AlterNet - 2010-03-23

There's an impending disaster in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, and a handful of wealthy farmers seem to like it that way.

"That, in your own backyard there, is the scariest place after New Orleans.” —Geologist Nicholas Pinder's description of the precarious situation in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta after the hurricane Katrina disaster.

Imagine the devastating flooding of Hurricane Katrina multiplied by epic sandstorms, drought and economic collapse of the Dust Bowl. Now picture it happening an hour east of Apple's headquarters in Silicon Valley and spreading all the way down to the Mexican border. It's not as far-fetched as you think. A routine 6.7-magnitude earthquake would be enough to set it off, liquefying the decrepit levee system that walls off California's main source of drinking water from the Pacific Ocean and triggering a deadly flood that would submerge roads, destroy homes, wipe out thousands of acres of farmland, snuff out countless lives and possibly cut over 20 million Californians off from their water supply for a year or more.

California's politicians have known about this looming catastrophe for decades. They also have had the power to neutralize the threat. But no one has done anything to prevent it.

Just like the oligarchs who used the shock of Hurricane Katrina's destruction to tear down public housing, privatize public schools and pillage the city's poorest, California's most powerful business interests have positioned themselves to profit from this disaster. A handful of billionaire farmers and real estate developers are in line to pull off the most brazen water heist in American history, seizing control over much of Northern California's water supplies to do what they have always wanted: turn water, a shared public resource, into a private asset that can be traded on the open market.

At the center of this epic water grab is the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, a Yosemite-sized patchwork of waterways and farmland an hour east of Oakland that sits atop California's single largest water source. Formed by the confluence of state's two largest rivers as they flow out to the San Francisco Bay, more than half of all rainfall and snowmelt drains through the Delta, supplying two-thirds of California with water and irrigating most of the state's farmland. The Delta's agricultural, fishing and tourism industries produce up $5 billion in combined economic output a year, and the region remains one of California's last holdouts of small and family farms. It is also home to the most dangerous flood control system in America.

"Now we realize it may be the single most at-risk piece of property in the United States," John Radke, a professor at UC Berkeley's Department of City and Regional Planning, told Emergency Management magazine. "If you had a catastrophic event there and you can't get things built, you won't just have people unable to go across a bridge, you'll have people without drinking water -- 22 million of them."

A simulation carried out by state water officials in 2005 showed that a 6.7 magnitude earthquake could cause multiple levee breeches that would suck salt water in from the San Francisco Bay and shut down the pumps and aqueducts that move drinking water to two-thirds of California's population. The California Department of Water and Power estimates that it would take $40 billion and 1.5 years to get the water pumping again. Aside from the potential damage to the state's water supplies, the levees protect 400,000 people, 520,000 acres of farmland, three state highways, railroad lines and natural gas and electric transmission facilities, which adds up to a total of $50 billion worth of property. Meanwhile, the United States Geological Service estimates a 62 percent probability such an earthquake will hit the San Francisco Bay Area sometime in the next 28 years.

With Southern California depending on Delta water for over half of its total supply, you don't need to be a municipal planner to realize how hairy the situation could get.

"Los Angeles' aqueducts, viewed through telescopes from space, have given astronauts pause. If the contrived flow of water should somehow just stop, California's economy, which was worth about a trillion dollars as the new millennium dawned, would implode like a neutron star," wrote water historian Marc Reisner in his unfinished book, A Dangerous Place, describing a potential Delta catastrophe.

Yet one group that might be anticipating this disaster is a tiny cabal of billionaire farmers from the Westlands Water District, an irrigated farming region spanning 1,000 square miles of some of the hottest, most arid land in the San Joaquin Valley between Fresno and Bakersfield. "With crops worth $1 billion a year, this one district produces more than some whole states," writes Mark Grossi of the Fresno Bee. The farmers in the district make up a secretive old boys' network that has used its wealth and power to divert rivers, empty lakes, plunder taxpayers' wealth, privatize water and defy California's constitution. Many of them trace their roots back to the landholdings of America's most notorious industrialist vampires: the Union Pacific Railroad octopus, John D. Rockefeller's Standard Oil and the family of Los Angeles Times' publisher Harry Chandler. The 19th century robber barons might be dead, but their degenerate grandchildren are still following in their footsteps. And they've been keeping themselves busy.

In the 1960s, after Westlands' farmers thoroughly tapped out their own groundwater supplies, the irrigation district successfully lobbied the federal government for its very own branch of the Central Valley Project aqueduct, which would suck water out of the Delta and transport it roughly 100 miles south. Westlands still hasn't paid back the roughly $500 million it owes the federal government for building the aqueduct, and it's not clear if it ever will .

More recently, with George W. Bush in the White House, Westlands farmers pulled a few strings and installed their former lobbyist, Jason Peltier, into a spot in the Interior Department, where he would oversee water contracts -- exactly the kind Westlands depended on for its wealth. Not surprisingly, in 2005, the district farmers were able to double their annual maximum allotment of federally-subsidized water, despite a reduction in the number of acres they farmed. Today, they have a contract for more water than would be used by all the people who live in Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Riverside and San Bernardino combined, paying roughly $50 million for at $0.5 to $1 billion worth of water a year, according to the Environmental Working Group.

By some estimates, every dollar of revenue from Westlands' farms is funded by 75 cents' worth of water subsidies alone.
Who gets all that liquid capital? Farmers like Stuart Woolf, a typical specimen of a Westlands welfare queen. The Woolf family operates the "biggest farming operation in Fresno County," receiving $4.2 million annually in subsidized water -- enough to supply a city of 150,000 people -- and Stuart Woolf alone got roughly $8 million in federal crop subsidies over the past decade. Yet, he recently appeared on 60 Minutes, pretending to be a struggling farmer who's dying of thirst because government regulations enacted by big city elitists to protect some worthless little fish are cutting into his water supplies. In 2008, he did what any small farmer would do to defend his livelihood: he threatened a congressional subcommittee that he'd move his family's farm holdings to Portugal, Spain, Turkey and even China if the feds didn't give him more taxpayer-subsidized water.

But for all the money taxpayers have sunk into keeping Westlands farmers rich and in business, they don't get much back. Not only does the irrigation district contribute a pitiful 0.5% to California's gross state product, but it also occupies the poorest congressional district in America, according to a 2009 report by Lloyd G. Carter, a veteran UPI reporter who has covered California's farming industry for three decades, which details the history of Westlands. The district is rife with poverty, illiteracy, teen pregnancies, and a high incidence of birth defects caused by all sorts of toxic agricultural pollution. There's not a single school within its 1,000-square mile borders because its farmers only care about one thing: keeping themselves rich at other people's expense.

But for all their power, there it still something that keeps Westlands farmers up at night.

"If you don't have water, this land is not worth anything," Erik Hansen, another Westlands farmer who received over $13 million in federal crop and water subsidies over the past decade, told a Central Valley newspaper.

Westlands may have managed to secure mind-boggling amounts of water from the federal government, but these contracts are far from secure. Unlike farmers in the Delta region, who are located right next to their water source, Westlands growers are dependent on a aqueduct system that ships their water from about 100 miles away. That means they are last in the water line and first to be affected by any water shortages: too may straws dipped into a shrinking supply upstream creates the very real possibility that Westlands and their oligarch buddies might wake up to a bone dry aqueduct, while Delta farmers would be playing the slip 'n slide.

And that drives Westlands up the wall. Not only do Delta farmers, who are poorer and less politically connected, have first dibs on Delta water, but they also sit on a whole lot of untapped available fresh water. By conservative estimates, at least $5 billion worth of water flows through the Delta every year. Much of it is captured for local consumption and shipment south, but about half of the water is allowed to flow out into the San Francisco Bay unexploited. In water lingo, it's called "environmental outflow" and it is required to keep the Delta's ecosystem healthy and protect its farmland. The exact volume of water budgeted for environmental outflow has been tempered by lawsuits and is regulated by environmental protection laws.

To Westlands and their billionaire buddies, this represents a blatant waste of a perfectly good resource and provides a textbook example of the inefficiency that creeps in when regulation hinders free-market forces. They look at the Delta the same way a condominium developer looks at a run-down housing project occupying prime inner-city real estate: an underutilized resource that needs to be razed and privatized. The Delta's small-time farmers are the only thing standing in their way, and its crumbling levees are the perfect excuse to get them out.

The Delicate Delta

On June 3, 2004, without warning and for no apparent reason, a 300-ft. crack opened up in a levee protecting 12,000 acres of Delta farmland, where 15 landowners grew alfalfa, corn, asparagus, tomatoes and wheat. The water surged into the island at a walk's pace as people rushed to rescue equipment, evacuate workers and save harvested crops. Within the next two days, an area half the size of San Francisco was submerged under 10 feet of water, causing $100 million in damage. This was not an isolated incident; there have been 160 levee breeches over the past 100 years.

The levees have been a constant problem since the 19th century, when failed prospectors moved to the Delta after the Gold Rush, drained chunks of marshlands, buffered them with earthen levees and turned the region into the most productive agricultural area in California. Over time, the pressures on the levees have only increased, as farming has slowly eroded the rich, fluffy peat soil of the Delta and sunk its land deeper and deeper below sea level. And while the rate has slowed down considerably, Delta farmland has by now been turned into a series of inverted islands -- holes, really -- that sit as much as 30 feet below sea level. The only thing keeping them from being inundated with salt water from nearby San Francisco Bay is a chaotic flood control system that spans over 1,000 miles of levees, many of which are little more than reinforced mounds of dirt that were piled up by Chinese laborers 100 years ago. Hundreds of miles of levees aren't up to state and federal code, and many experts believe that the levees are woefully outdated, unstable and primed for catastrophic failure. They could be liquefied by an earthquake, eroded from the inside by undetected water seepage or simply overwhelmed during heavy flooding.

The problem has been known for decades, and the estimated cost of fixing the levees is not particularly high -- between $1 and $5 billion -- but the issue just never figured high on the political agenda. California saw a whole legion of governors -- Jerry Brown, Pete Wilson, Gray Davis and now Schwarzenegger -- cycle through without giving it much attention.

"The state has never taken any responsibility for having a flood management program in the San Joaquin River system and has not exercised the same responsibilities that it is by law required to exercise in the Sacramento system and the North Delta," Alex Hildebrand, a Delta farmer, told California's Farm Bureau Federation, a non-profit that promotes the state's agricultural interests, a year after Hurricane Katrina.

The Delta may still enjoy some the most fertile soil in America and remains a highly prosperous agricultural region, producing about $500 million worth of crops annually, but as one of California's last holdouts of small and family farms, the region has never had very much political clout. And that has been the region's biggest weakness, more so than even its levees.

While powerful Central Valley farmers have been enjoying billions of dollars' worth of dams, aqueducts and all sorts of other subsidized goodies, the Delta has been surviving on the most meager of funds, barely having enough for rudimentary and critical levee repairs. Throughout the 80s, the Delta got 1/10th of the funds Westlands received in water subsidies alone. And the situation is not any better today. California's recent budget crisis has all but cut off funding for levee repair projects, wrote the Sacramento Bee in 2009. "As a result, almost no levee repairs are getting done in the Delta this year. One levee engineer told The Bee as much as 15 miles of levee repairs have been stalled. Any of these levee segments could become the next failure that plunges the state into an even more desperate water crisis." The funding freeze has left an additional 100 miles of levees and 60 Delta islands hanging in the balance. Local officials say that they won't have the money to perform preventative maintenance for at least the next two years.

"I sympathize, but at this point in time the funding is not available because of the dire situation we are in," Mike Mirmazaheri, who manages the Delta levees program for California's Department of Water Resources, told the Sacramento Bee. But it is hard to pin the blame on the economy. Because while the Golden State turns out its pockets and makes a sad face when it comes to Delta funding, money never seems to be a problem when it comes to bankrolling projects that benefit billionaire farmers of the Central Valley.

And that begs the question: Why does California let the most critical component of its water delivery system deteriorate?

The Peripheral Canal

It's all about the Peripheral Canal, a massive, multi-billion dollar aqueduct that would bypass the Delta region altogether and tap into the Sacramento-San Joaquin River further upstream, essentially allowing corporate farmers and Southern California's real estate tycoons to cut to the front of the Delta water line and have direct access to Northern California's water. Any major levee repairs would squelch one of the main reasons -- water safety -- being used to justify the construction of the aqueduct, which would cost up to $40 billion and require the use of eminent domain to clear the path for its 50-mile run up north from pumping stations at the southern end of the Delta to the southern border of Sacramento.

The Peripheral Canal is more than just about cutting Delta farmers out of the game and taking their water. It is part of a bigger, more long-term strategy by a handful of farmers and urban water districts to lay down infrastructure that would enable the creation of a full-fledged "water market" that would allow them to acquire and sell Northern California's water to the highest bidder, like any other commodity.

Southern California been trying to pull this scam off for decades. The last time was in the late 70s and early 80s, when Governor Jerry Brown tried to push the Peripheral Canal through for his Southern California real estate buddies. But the plan failed after wealthy Central Valley farmers threw their support behind a coalition of environmentalists and Northern California water districts to defeat the project. It's not that the billionaire farmers were against the the Peripheral canal -- they simply feared that Southern California real estate developers were trying to pull a fast one on them and cut them out of the water racket.

Now, three decades later, the two parties have appeared to come to terms everyone could agree on. The details are opaque, but word out on the street among Delta water activists is that the deal comes down to this: Westlands and their billionaire farmer buddies will team up with Southern California real estate developers if all water transfers from the Delta first go through them. That way, the farmers would become the de facto middlemen in California's water market, harvesting subsidized water from the Delta at below-market cost, storing it in their vast underground water reservoirs and then flipping it to Southern California cities and suburbs for a massive profit. This has been a dream of California's water interests, and exactly the future that Enron was working towards when it set up its own water trading company in California at the height of the dot-com bubble.

California's water oligarchy has been doing this on a small scale for years, according to a 2005 Public Citizen's report called "Water for the People":

The immense pull of the Southern California's population, economy and property values has already created the most complex and farthest reaching system of aqueducts and canals in the United States. Now Southern California water managers are using that plumbing to pull in water from the farmers and agribusinesses across the state who have themselves benefited from decades of water subsidies. Some call this water marketing: Southern California tax and ratepayers making payments to some of the largest agribusinesses in the state, many owned by LA businessmen, for water that supposedly belongs to the public in the first place.

With the Peripheral Canal, they'd be able to do it bigger, better and more "efficiently."

To pull it off, California's politicians and their billionaire backers have seemingly upped the ante from their last Peripheral Canal push in the 80s, using all the fear-mongering they could muster. And if anything could scare California into paying for a multibillion dollar aqueduct, then the real and present danger of the state suddenly losing most of its water supply is it.

"This is a blatant attempt to steal Northern California's water," Lloyd G. Carter told me over the telephone.

Does that mean billionaire farmers and Southern California real estate developers have been actively plotting to destroy the Delta?

While there might be no direct evidence of a conspiracy, looking at the successful water deregulation and privatization schemes pushed through behind closed doors by wealthy corporate farmers in the past two decades, the idea does not seem very outlandish or even improbable. Besides, this wouldn't be the first time a group of powerful Californians pulled off a sneaky water grab, including destroying a poor agricultural region hundreds of miles away in order to feed urban growth and moneyed interests.

For instance, take Los Angeles' turn-of-the-last-century water plunder from the Owens Valley, located 250 miles away in the Sierra Nevadas. In what must be the most famous water heist in American history (and the inspiration for the movie Chinatown), L.A.'s founding fathers -- including Los Angeles Times owners Gray Otis and Harry Chandler -- engineered a monstrous swindle that ripped off just about everyone in Southern California in order to make themselves unbelievably rich off of real estate speculation. Not only did they scam locals farmers, turn a beautiful mountain valley into a desert wasteland and fake a drought back in L.A. to convince the population that building an aqueduct to siphon off Owens Valley water was a matter of life and death worthy of issuing a pricey bond, but they secretly sent the plundered Owens Valley water -- not to Los Angeles, which was supposed to be dying of drought -- but to nearby San Fernando Valley, where a group of insiders had bought up worthless, dry farmland on the sly, knowing full well that a whole lot of water was about to be coming their way. The scam made a handful of people mind-bogglingly rich, and it was decades before anyone got wise to the full story of what happened.

You could see plenty of shady, conspiratorial forces at work after Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger convened the Delta Vision Blue Ribbon Task Force in 2006. On paper, the task force was created to come up with a solution to the Delta's levee problems. In reality, it was a thinly veiled PR job tasked with finding a way to sell the Peripheral Canal to an unsuspecting public. Its members represented the real estate industry, Southern California's urban interests, wealthy corporate farmers from the Central Valley, real estate developers, construction companies and just anyone else who stood to profit from a massive diversion of Northern California water. The only group not represented were the people who actually lived, worked and farmed in the Delta. Not surprisingly, the prevailing attitude of the committee was that the Delta was a dangerous, polluted stink-hole not worth saving.

"Colonize the Delta," is what Barbara Barrigan-Parrilla, campaign director for Restore the Delta, a grassroots organization representing the Delta's interests, told me locals call the solutions coming out of the governor's Delta Vision task force. Its only purpose was to find a palatable way to push through the Peripheral Canal. "I was shocked at the open hostility towards the Delta by Central Valley farmers." Describing a task force meeting she attended in Los Angeles in 2006, she said the people running the show were not keen on discussing the possibility of major levee repairs and modifications. About the only thing its delegates were interested in discussing was how much it would take to buy out all the Delta landowners so they'd quit their bitching and turn over their water rights.

To help the task force move along, all sorts of powerful interests came out of the woodwork, helping shape public opinion and influence policy decisions.

Central Valley farmers set up and bankrolled various astroturf organizations, mobilizing them with one goal in mind: to make the Delta appear doomed and harmful to California, while selling the Peripheral Canal as California's only route to water salvation. One of the groups, Coalition for a Sustainable Delta, was set up by high-ranking employees of Paramount Farms, the massive agribusiness owned Beverly Hills billionaire Stewart Resnick, the brain behind a recent water privatization scheme. Another group was run out of an Orange County real estate PR, which counted at least one large Westlands farmers as its client. A third, called the Latino Water Coalition, was not only heavily promoted by third-rate Fox News correspondent Sean Hannity, but was set up and run with taxpayer money and blessed by the Gov. Schwarzenegger himself.

Reports and simulations put out by California's water officials suddenly started pimping the Delta's levee threat for all that it was worth, prompting accusations from Delta politicians that Sacramento was exaggerating the danger to help push through the Peripheral Canal. A politician from Stockton called the whole thing a "manufactured crisis."

In 2008, the Public Policy Institute of California (PPIC), a pro-billionaire think tank working out of UC Davis, came out with a secret weapon that shocked and awed Delta farmers and helped seal the deal for a Peripheral Canal. According to the PPIC, the Delta was beyond repair and that the best way to save it was to preemptively drown it -- give it a dignified Kevorkian, if you will -- and build the Peripheral Canal. It was exactly the kind of science-based boost Schwarzenegger's task force desperately needed to add credibility to its Peripheral Canal plans -- even Westlands' general manager began to quote it at length.

The report came under fire for its extreme bias against the Delta. Critics charged that it blew the Delta's problems out of proportion, downplayed the cost of the aqueduct and overestimated the cost and difficulty of levee upgrades. Even more disturbing was the way it elevated the needs of rich corporate farmers in the Central Valley above those of smaller family farms up north. To Delta farmers, this was an outright declaration of war upon their lands and livelihoods. "I feel like a lamb surrounded by wolves, and every time you turn to deal with one, another one is nipping at you," a Delta farmer told the San Francisco Chronicle. "This isn't just a wilderness out there," another farmer told the Stockton Record. "There are people. Farmers."

It was probably a coincidence that the think tank was being bankrolled by the Bechtel family, which not only owns the the largest engineering company in America but is also a huge proponent of water privatization. Bechtel would not only benefit from the construction of a massive canal -- as it is precisely one of the few companies in the US able to handle these kinds of projects -- but from a major levee breech as well, as it did in New Orleans when the company was awarded a few million dollars' worth of no-bid contracts to build temporary housing.

Whatever the case, in November 2009, Schwarzenegger signed off on a massive $11.3 billion water reform package aimed at improving and reforming California's aqueducts that will hit voting booths in the upcoming November 2010 mid-term elections. Aside from deregulating California's water market even more and removing all groundwater pumping limits, the measure contains cryptic language outlining the creation of a special new commission, the Delta Stewardship Council, that would do an end-run around the democratic process, giving it the extraordinary power to authorize massive water projects like the Peripheral Canal without requiring a referendum by voters. With this kind of language in place, California's water oligarchs could do dirty privatization chicken dance all on their own, without needing to dupe the state's voters. And that's a good thing, because democracy has never sat well with America's billionaire class.

"It was awful, incredibly awful. I've never seen anything like this," California state Senator Lois Wolk, who represents the heart of the Delta region, told the Stockton Record, adding that Los Angeles' Metropolitan Water District and Westlands wrote the bond measure "in private meetings, and then it emerged in the middle of the night."

It is far from certain whether voters will fall for the scam come November, but one thing is clear: unlike previous times, the fear-mongering involved in this push for the Peripheral Canal is not just about PR and media manipulation. The doom scenario is a very real possibility, and that is what makes it so sinister. Because nothing would get the Peripheral Canal built faster -- and satisfy California's water oligarchy more -- than a massive levee failure in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta.
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03-30-2010, 08:53 AM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Another article, although limited in scope to the delta smelt fiasco, blames mindless governance for helping create the manufactured water shortages California is dealing with all in the name of a fake branch environmentalism perpetrating a new era of limits.

Quote:Enviros trade in human misery
Published: March 26, 2010
Updated: March 29, 2010 7:12 a.m.

SACRAMENTO – One of the most unusual vote-buying scams the Obama administration may have used to pass its health care socialization plan was an alleged promise to two Democratic congressmen to increase federal water supplies to the San Joaquin Valley. It's the nation's most fertile farm region, but a region now dotted with scenes that evoke images from the "Grapes of Wrath" thanks to a drought caused more by government policy than by nature.

Reps. Dennis Cardoza of Merced and Jim Costa of Fresno deny any Faustian bargain. But they agreed to vote yes on the health bill just as the administration made an earlier-than-planned announcement of an increase in federally controlled water supplies to the valley, from 5 percent of normal amounts to 25 percent. The congressmen thereby helped impose on the nation's health system the same type of government control and rationing that is killing their own region, but the irony is most likely lost on them. It wasn't lost on columnist George Will, who called this transaction "almost gorgeous ... [T]he party of expanding government secured two votes by increasing rations of the scarcity."

As the final arm-twisting for Obamacare took place last weekend, I was driving through the heart of the Valley, past the farms and gritty towns that define what Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Tulare, calls the Garden of Eden because of its world-renowned agricultural productivity and variety. Nunes has long been pointing out what was evident through the car window. Cuts in federal water supplies to protect a tiny fish, the Delta smelt, have dried up portions of a region that supplies the nation with much of its fruits and vegetables. I saw an entire orchard where the dead trees were being chipped into mulch. There were vast empty fields, tumbleweeds and farms going to seed, even though recent rainfall left the nearby hillsides a brilliant green.

The San Joaquin Valley is suffering. The latest figures put the unemployment rate at 21.3 percent in Merced County, 18.9 percent in Stanislaus County, 18.3 percent in Tulare County and 18.4 percent in San Joaquin County. Some smaller, agriculturally dependent towns have unemployment rates as high as 40 percent. These are higher rates than usual. It doesn't take any brilliance to realize that a 95-percent reduction in water supplies to a farming region will lead to severe unemployment.

Rep. Nunes raised some eyebrows for saying recently on Glenn Beck's show on the Fox News Channel that "it's important to note that there are a couple of examples, current recent examples, one being Saddam Hussein, who starved his people of water, and [Zimbabwe's president] Robert Mugabe, who currently starves his people of water."

Nunes' main point is correct: Government control of resources puts the lives and fortunes of individuals in the hands of a nation's rulers. In California, liberal politicians are blaming the water problems on drought, but that drought is an act of legislators and judges. Our country has plenty of resources and wealth to store and move water around and to plan for those un-rainy days.

The environmental Left insists that the Valley's plight is caused by ever-scarce water resources, yet the state has not only neglected the construction of new water infrastructure, it has chosen to use the bulk of its water resources for conservation purposes. Rep. Nunes' senior policy advisor, Andrew House, said that 76 percent of the water that enters the Sacramento Delta – the estuary system formed at the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin rivers – flushes out to San Francisco Bay and is, essentially, wasted.

This purposeful drying up of the San Joaquin Valley is part of a "green utopian experiment," House argued. Since 1992, state policy has been pulling more and more water out of agricultural uses and diverting it to environmental protection. "They just keep coming at you."

Environmentalists couldn't care less about the smelt, a little bait fish. They will use any species or any excuse to shut down water resources to people and the farms that feed people. Environmentalists love doomsday scenarios, which give them the opportunity to control water (or land) to achieve their real goal of limiting growth and constraining the human use of nature. They want people to be crammed into high-density human islands and the rest of the land preserved under tight government control.

"The radical side of the environmental movement, working with their patrons in government, is fighting a war of attrition in the San Joaquin Valley of California," House said. "Their goal is to assume control of water resources ... and deny water to farmers in the Central Valley." Many environmentalists, he added, believe that there shouldn't be any farming in this arid region. If you think these are exaggerations, I'd suggest reading some of the environmental literature (and court pleadings) on the topic. Many enviros want an end to these "corporate farms," a destruction of the state's dams and a return of California's rural land to wilderness. They take aim at the rural Central Valley, while their allies in the Smart Growth movement take aim at the "evils" of suburban living.

A Los Angeles Times column from 2007 by author Gordy Slack echoes a common and revealingly elitist view of the Central Valley water wars: "If we drive [the Delta smelt] from existence, we will have obliterated an entire world, willingly, in order for a while longer to grow cotton, rice and alfalfa in the desert, to keep our swimming pools topped off and open, to keep the price of water cheap."

Note the reference to growing things in a desert and the sneering attack on people who have swimming pools and use "cheap water." Maybe it's telling that this "era of limits" nonsense is taking hold again as the state prepares for a possible return to the governorship of Jerry Brown, who first put these dubious ideas into practice during his 1975-83 administration.

Old-time progressives, House noted, put their names on dams and constructed infrastructure that created a great farming region. These days, progressives want to shut down human progress, and are comfortable creating human misery, as they try to create an environmental paradise through the politics of scarcity.

And these same types of people will now be controlling your health care.

Steven Greenhut is director of the Pacific

Research Institute's Journalism Center (
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03-30-2010, 09:16 AM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Lots of good stuff in this thread, I'll have to read it later.
04-08-2010, 01:04 AM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
see original for lots of linked supportive info
Recent Developments
April 6, New Deputy Minister of Justice, Myles Kirvan, Appointed to Replace Deputy Minister Of Justice John Sims, Caught in Fraudulent Conspiracy Who Was "Fired" April 1, 2010
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John Sims - Deputy Minister
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Rob Nicholson - Minister
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Added April 6 - Myles Kirvan -
Newly Appointed Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General
Deputy Minister of Justice in a nation that is covering up a major international crime is a dangerous job. Astute observers are asking: How long will Canada's newest Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General Mr. Myles Kirvan last in his new job?

Formerly Associate Deputy Minister of Public Safety, Mr. Kirvan becomes Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General of Canada, effective April 6.

Mr. Kirvan replaces outgoing Deputy Minister, John Sims, Q.C., who was caught making fraudulent submissions in the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit in Canada's Federal Court, who refused to retract the submission and who suddenly resigned, effective April 1, 2010, a few short weeks after his misconduct was broadcast internationally via several whistle blowing sites on the internet, such as Paul Drockton, Jeff Rense and David Icke. Canada's mainstream media ignored the story.

As Associate Deputy Minister of Public Safety, (RCMP) from October 1, 2007 to date, Mr. Kirvan would probably have been privy to the secret police files containing the identity of the Water War Criminals - a group that Canadian legal authorities have consistently refused to investigate and prosecute.

We at the WaterWarCrimes crimes web site and blog welcome the appointment of Mr. Myles Kirvan to the position of Deputy Minister of Justice and Attorney General for Canada. It is always refreshing to see a new face and our expectation of common human decency, justice and fair and equitable treatment from our fellow human beings is ever present nothwithstanding the sinister, devilish, and corrupt record of Canadian and British Columbia Government employees to date.

In 1991, Myles Kirvan began his Public Service career in the Department of Justice as General Counsel, Federal-Provincial Relations Office. He went on to serve in the Department of Justice in various capacities including Senior Advisor to the Associate Deputy Minister, Public Law; General Counsel, Dispute Resolution Services; Senior General Counsel, Legal Services, Health Canada; and from 2003-2007, Assistant Deputy Minister, Business and Regulatory Law.

Prior to joining the Public Service of Canada, Myles Kirvan served as an advisor to Ministers. He has served as Legislative Assistant to the Solicitor General of Canada; Senior Policy Advisor to the Minister of National Revenue; Judicial Affairs Advisor and then Chief of Staff for the Minister of Justice and Attorney General. In 1993 Myles Kirvan served as Deputy Chief of Staff to the Prime Minister.

Myles Kirvan is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada a.k.a. the Province of Ontario, He holds a B.A. from Carleton University and an LL.B. from the University of Ottawa.

We will keep out readers posted on the conduct of Canada's Ministry of Justice under Deputy Attorney General, Myles Kirvan.
Added March 21, 2010: Deputy Minister Sims Suddenly Resigns
John Sims Quits
Canada's Biggest Scandal, a criminal conspiracy involving the controversial issue of water exports to the United States, took another twist last week when Canada's top lawyer and close advisor to the Canadian Government, Deputy Minister of Justice, John Sims, Q.C., suddenly decided to throw in the towel effective April 1, 2010.

The Canadian Government owned CBC reported that:

"According to the Department of Justice, earlier this week, Deputy Minister John H. Sims -- a three-plus-decade veteran of the civil service -- gave notice, via widely-distributed letter, that he would be leaving his post, effective April 1.

The news apparently provoked mild-to-middling surprise on the mandarin circuit, since generally speaking, the imminent departure of such a senior official would have been telegraphed months in advance, and not announced in a brief note just two weeks before his last day on the job.

The timing is especially curious given how deeply enmeshed in the Afghan detainee controversy his soon to be former department has become, particularly given yesterday's Questions of Privilege."

What the CBC did not report was that John Sims had been accused of lying in documents he filed in Canada's Federal Court and he was due to appear in Court on April 20, 2010, to defend against the accusation that had lied in written submissions that were filed in that Court in June, 2008, and which were used to dupe a Federal Court Prothonotary, acting as case management judge, in the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit that was leading to exposure of Canada's Biggest Conspiracy including a conspiracy of Canada's leading jurists.

Chief Justice Alan Lutfy had ordered Sims and all opposing legal counsel to advise the Court by April 1, 2010, if they would be attending in person or by tele-conference at a hearing set in Vancovuer. Sims artfuly avoided the deadline by quitting.

There are now twelve (12) dead bodies linked to the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit. John Sims has, so far, escaped with his life but his tactics of stalling and delay, since Janaury 2008, contributed to the deaths of BC Chief Judge Hugh Stansfield, BC Supreme Court Justice David Vickers, retired BC Supreme Court Justice John Bouck, BC politician, Stan Hagen and retired BC civil servant, Jack Ebbels.

These five people all died after the WaterWarCrimes lawsuit was filed in Janaury 2008. The Plaintiffs warned Deputy Minister John Sims and Justice Minister Rob Nicholson that there would be "death and destruction" but, their warning was ignored and, now, five more people have died.

The Web Site, Water Exports and the Water War Crimes, and correspondence with the Prime Minister Harper and Minister of Justice Nicholson, began targeting Mr. Sims for his corrupt activities in late December 2009 and Canada's Parliament was suspended a few days later. Another strange co-incidence.

Co-incidentally, in 2005, Mr. John Sims was awarded the John Tait Award for Excellence established in 1998 to honour, recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of Public Sector Lawyers in Canada. Originally named the Inukshuk Award of Excellence, it was renamed in August 1999 to honour John Tait an alleged outstanding lawyer and public servant who passed away suddenly in the summer of 1999.

Recent investigations have uncovered John Tait's links to the WaterWarCrimes when he was Deputy Minister of Justice for Canada from 1988 to 1994. John Tait's death occurred suddenly, in 1999, when the WaterWarCrimes first came to national attention in Canada, and raises to 12, a statisitcally impossible co-incidence, the number of sudden deaths associated with the conspiracy. Murder is suspected.

Click here for more Details at Department of Justice Page
Added March 20, 2010 John Tait - Deputy Minister of Justice

Was John Tait Murdered?
John Tait was Canada's Deputy Minister of Justice from 1988 to 1994 and he died, suddenly, in 1999. He may have been murdered.

John Tait was a long term civil servant in Ottawa when he was appointed to be the Deputy Minister of Justice and Deputy Attorney General for Canada, a position he held from 1988 to 1994, when he was replaced by George Thomson.

Click here to Visit George Thomson at Department of justice Page

In this position, Mr. Tait worked directly with then Justice Minister Kim Campbell, with her then parliamentary secretary, Rob Nicholson, (for the time being, the Minister of Justice for Canada) and with John Sims, the present Deputy Minister of Justice, (then a rising star in the Department of Justice for Canada).

All of these people are linked to WaterWarCrimes insiders, Patrick Kinsella, Allan Gregg, Lyall Knott who, along with Mr. Nichloson, worked on Kim Campbell's 1993 election campaign.

Clik here to Visit the Kim Campbell Gang

In his position as Deputy Attorney General, John Tait would generally have a direct say on who received appointments to the bench, so we can safely guess that he played some role in the approval of the following judges who all play a role in the WaterWarCrimes: BC Chief Justice Allan McEachern 1988, Howard Skipp, to the British Columbia Supreme Court in 1989, Bev McLachlin to her position as a justice of the Supreme Court of Canada, David Vickers (1991), James Shabbits (1992), Donald Brenner (1992), Robert Edwards (1993), all to the position of Justice of the Supreme Court of British. All of these judges became players in the WaterWarCrimes through crooked and perverse actions while assigned to cases related to the WaterWarCrimes.

Robert Edwards was in desperate need of a new job because under his guidance, between 1985 and 1991, the Ministry of the Attorney General for British Columbia committed serious violations of the Canada US Free Trade Agreement, the GATT and the Water Act. The newly elected New Democratic Government of Michael Harcourt was investigating these issues and civil servants who had participated in the crimes were seriously covering up their past wrong doing. Robert Edwards was one of those civil servants.

Mr. Tait would have also known Gillian Wallace, who was then a lawyer working for Canada's Department of Justice in Ottawa, and who, in 1993, took a lateral transfer into the government of British Columbia where, after some initial movement, she was inserted into the very powerful position of Assistant Deputy Minister to the Attorney General for British Columbia where she became party to the internal strategy of the Attorney General which included the concealment of documents, the suppressing evidence, fraud perjury and obstruction of justice.

From Ottawa or through his agent Ms. Wallace, inside the Government of British Columbia, Mr. Tait may have played a direct role role in the assignment of Robert Edwards to a case involving Sun Belt Water Inc. legal counsel in 1996 where Mr Edwards did his best to sabotage Mr. Carten's legal career by lying about him in his judgment. Mr. Edwards dropped dead on November 5, 2007, when his criminal misconduct was revealed in court papers served on the Ministry of the Attorney General for Canada and British Columbia.

Click here to visit Organized Crime & the BC Ministry of the Attorney General

From 1993 to 1998, the Government of British Columbia, most probably acting in league with the Department of Justice in Ottawa, had stalled and delayed on the Sun Belt Water Inc lawsuit.

Then in October 1998, the Governments of Canada and British Columbia decided to get nasty, put Sun Belt Water Inc. legal counsel in jail for 40 days on a trumped up case of arrears of child support, attempted to blackmail him at a hearing at the Law Society and destroyed his business in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island.

After he was released from jail, Sun Belt Water Inc legal counsel converted the lawsuit in the court of British Columbia into a claim under Chapter 11 of the NAFTA, sent the documents to Ottawa, where, in late 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001, it sent shock waves through the Canadian political, legal and judicial establishment.

Two Chief Justices, Antonio Lamer, at Canada's Supreme Court and Bryan Williams at the British Columbia Supreme Court, suddenly resigned.

Three members Jean Chretien's cabinet fled the Ottawa scene, Sergio Marchi (1999), Marcel Masse (1999), and Lloyd Axworthy (2000).

Canada's Governor General, Romeo Leblanc, took early retirement early from his position in October 1999.
Peter Donolo left Jean Chretien's office and took a job with former WCW. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd. director Allan Gregg.

The Canadian Judicial Council, under the leadership of Canada's new Chief Justice Bev McLachlin and her mentor in British Columbia Chief Justice Allan McEachern, engaged in fraud and Supreme Court Justice John Major traveled to Simon Fraser University to hold a public relations stunt with then Stephen Owen and Allan McEachern to assured British Columbians their courts were not crooked after Williams suddenly resigned.

Paul Martin and his people, heavily linked to the WaterWarCrimes, began their move to push Mr. Chretien and his people from office.

In British Columbia, things were equally as tumultuous. The police, guided by Liberal Party of Canada insiders, pushed Premier Glen Clark from office and Liberal Party of Canada supporters packed the British Columbia New Democratic Party leadership convention and inserted Attorney General Ujjal Dosanjh into the office of the Premier and Gordon Campbell, supported by Partick Kinsella, Lyall Knott, and Peter Brown - all insiders connected to WCW Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd., slavered over his opportunity to become the next Premier happy in the knowledge that the public would never vote for an immigrant from India over a white boy from Vancouver.

British Columbia Provincial Court Chief Judge Metzger, who was part of the judicial hierarchy that wrongly imprisoned legal counsel for Sun Belt Water Inc, got his Federal Government promotion to the Supreme Court of British Columbia where he continues to preside to this day.

In Quebec, Lucien Bouchard, took the stage, shed a few tears and announced he was retiring from political life. Mr. Bouchard had been Minister of the Environment when that Ministry responded to Fred Doucet's lobbying efforts and brought forward legislation that, if enacted, would have conferred a national bulk water export monopoly on W.C.W. Western Canada Water Enterprises Ltd

In Saskatchewan, Roy Romanow, took to the stage, shed a few tears, and announced he was retiring from politics.

In the midst of all of these resignations, John Tait, the man who was the most senior lawyer in Canada when political insiders hatched and attempted to implement a scheme to steal Canada's water resource wealth, suddenly developed Crohn's disease and died.

For students of assassination techniques, Crohn's disease can result from poison.

Poison is a common tool of assassination.

Was John Tait a probable target for an assassination?

We think it is a reasonable possibility.

Firstly, John Tait was in a position where he probably knew a lot of secrets.

There had been a major crime that took place in Canada

The crime was co-ordinated in Ottawa and Victoria. It involved Canada's Federal Government and the Government of the Province of British Columbia. It was carried out by some crafty legal fixing. Many of the players in British Columbia were rewarded with Canadian Federal Government positions. Some of Canada's most prestigious law firms were involved.

Secondly, in the context of the events in Ottawa, between 1998 and 2001, and the later statistically impossible co-incidence of the sudden death of (11) players and potential witnesses in the WaterWarCrimes case, it does not seem unreasonable to suggest that someone may have murdered John Tait in order to silence him.

You be the judge.

Was John Tait murdered?
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04-29-2010, 04:46 AM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Latest updates mainly on the forced Endangered Species Act that cuts off access to full reservoirs. The excess water then drifts off to the ocean. The California almond industry (85% of the world production) is doomed if this keep up, if it isn't already.

It's turned into Corporations vs Environment in order to put in strict regulations and/or nationalize (and then globalize) the worlds resources, including human resources.

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Posted April 27th 07:11 PM ET

COALINGA, Calif. — Would France rip out its storied vineyards? Would Juan Valdez scorch Colombia's coffee crop? Sri Lanka its black pepper harvest? China its tea?

With global markets won by nations specializing in doing what they do best, and with regional reputations important enough to drive some nations to protectionism, it's almost unthinkable.

But then there's California.

On a springtime drive through the Central Valley, it's hard not to notice how federal and state governments are hell-bent on destroying the state's top export — almonds — and everything else in the nation's most productive farmland.

Instead of pink blossoms and green shoots along Highway 5 in April, vast spans from Bakersfield to Fresno sit bone-dry. Brown grass, dead orchards and lifeless grapevine skeletons stretch for miles for lack of water. For every fallow field, there's a sign that farmers have placed alongside the highway: "No Water = No Food," "No Water = No Jobs," "Congress Created Dust Bowl."

Locals say it's been like this for two years now, as Congress and bureaucrats cite "drought," "global warming" and "endangered species" to deny water to this $37 billion breadbasket through arbitrary "environmental" quotas.

It started with a 2008 federal court order that stopped water flowing from northern tributaries on a supposed need to protect a small fish — the delta smelt — that was getting ground up in the turbines of pump stations that divert the water south. The court knew it was bad law, but Congress refused to exempt the fish from the Endangered Species Act and the diversion didn't help the fish.

After that, the water cutoff was blamed on "drought," though northern reservoirs are currently full. Now the cry is "save the salmon," a reference to water needs of the state's northern fisheries.

Whatever the excuse, 75% of the fresh water that has historically irrigated California is now being washed to the open sea. For farmers in the southwest part of the valley, last year's cutoff amounted to 90%.

"It's pretty hard to keep crops alive at 10%," says Jim Jasper, who runs a 62-year-old almond farm in Newman that employs 170. "That's one irrigation, and trees take 10 to 12 over the growing season from March to October." Almond trees cost $8,000 per acre and take six years to start producing, so farmers reserved their 10% allocation for mature trees first.

The cutoff didn't kill just trees, however. It also devastated the area's economy. Unemployment in some valley towns has shot up to 45%. Mortgage defaults are on the rise, and food lines are lengthening.

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Call it what it is: a man-made drought.

Much like organized criminals in big-city fish markets who see to it that product spoils when kickbacks aren't forthcoming, Washington's pols are now using their ability to turn water on and off as a coercion tool.

Take the three congressmen who represent the valley and how they were pressured to vote for President Obama's health care bill. It didn't go without notice by farmers like Jasper that the 5% water allocations announced in February for all three congressional districts were lifted to 25% for the two whose Democratic representatives, Jim Costa of Fresno and Dennis Cardoza of Modesto, switched their votes on health reform from "no" to "aye."

Devin Nunes, a Republican from Tulare, wouldn't sell his vote, and parts of his district had to make do with the 5% allotment.

This isn't the only way water allocation is politicized. According to Jasper, water in federal districts is distributed by 30-year contracts that guarantee water but not the quantity. Older irrigation districts get more, and newer ones (such as Jasper's, which at 60 years in operation is considered new) get less.

To win political points from time to time, federal officials announce short-term increases in allocations — most recently, to 30%. But these increments are so iffy and irregular that farmers can't plan their crops or arrange for bank loans.

Bureaucrats also do their part to ensure that drought conditions persist. Lake Shasta, which supplies the federal Central Valley Project though the Sacramento River, is so full that rice farmers upstream have plenty extra to sell. But Lake Oroville, which supplies California's State Water Project through the Feather River, while not in a drought state, is not full.

State regulations say that upstream farmers who get water from Shasta cannot sell their extra water to the Central Valley farmers because Feather River farmers along the state system must sell first. It matters not that there's a surplus on the Shasta side and a deficit on the Oroville side. Even with the orchards of about a third of the state's 6,000 almond farmers withering, state bureaucrats are hung up on pecking order.

There's no good reason to destroy California's most productive region, which turns out 85% of the world's almonds, or to coldly demonize its growers as "corporate agribusiness."

That's a favorite slur of leftist politicians, such as Bay Area Rep. George Miller, who write off the agricultural damage to global warming and drought while harming the very environment they claim they want to preserve. The valley's water table, for example, is falling as desperate farmers try to retrieve whatever supplies they can.

"What they have done is try to create a green utopia in the San Joaquin Valley, and in the process they are ruining people's lives," Nunes said.

Higher food prices are also on the way, Jasper warns. "Our cost of water to production is 25% to 30%," he says. "About a third of California almonds are affected — 280,000 acres out of 800,000."

Another unintended consequence is that much of the food Californians consume will no longer be local. Some crops will move to Mexico and then must be imported. Meanwhile, Chile, Spain and Australia have begun to develop their own almond industries.

This was made painfully obvious in a news photo datelined Mendota, Calif., and showing farm workers standing in food lines. The laborers who once picked vegetables in California's world-renowned "salad bowl" were taking handouts not of California carrots, but of baby carrots grown in China.

• Showalter is an IBD editorial writer.
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06-29-2010, 09:14 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
California Water Wars Rage On

by: Dan Bacher, t r u t h o u t | Op-Ed

Activists square off against legislature over AB 2775

Representatives of the No on the Water Bond Coalition slammed California's AB 2775, an alleged "fix" of the Safe, Clean, and Reliable Drinking Water Supply Act of 2010, after the bill passed out of the Senate Natural Resources and Water Committee on June 22.

"AB 2775 is no fix at all," said Tina Andolina of the Planning and Conservation League. "Tinkering around the edges won't fix this bond. This measure does not truly address the problem that the bond will allow private companies to profit as taxpayers foot the bill. We will see water privatization on an even larger scale if the bond passes, and this bill does nothing to address the problem."

AB 2775 makes technical changes to the 2010 Water Bond, passed by the Legislature in November 2009 and scheduled to go to the voters in the November 2010 election.

Democratic Senator Jared Huffman and Republican Dave Cogdill, who rarely agree about anything with respect to water, coauthored the bill Huffman said would achieve a "narrow point of consensus," a "surgical change."

The bill deletes a section in the proposed water act that would authorize a Joint Powers Authority (JPA) that owns and operates a surface storage reservoir partially funded with public bond funds to include private members with equity participation, according to Senator Cogdill's office.

"By removing this provision, AB 2775 clarifies two issues," said a Cogdill staffer. "First, Section 79749 (b) allows private partners with equity shares in surface storage reservoirs that are in part publicly funded. Removing this provision resolves potential confusion with other provisions in the 2010 Water Bond that require public funds be used only for public benefit. Second, deleting Section 79749(b) clarifies that JPAs should include public agency members."

However, Deborah Davis of the Environmental Justice Coalition for Water emphasized that the bill deals with none of the water bond's fundamental problems.

"California is facing a crushing $19 billion budget deficit, $83.5 billion in long-term bond debt, and legislative gridlock, yet our politicians hatched this massive, fundamentally flawed, $11 billion water bond behind closed doors and loaded it up with billions of dollars in pork," said Davis. "AB 2775 takes none of the pork out of the water bond and is nothing more than a minor cosmetic change to an ugly package."

"Wonky policy tweaks cannot change the fact that this bond asks the taxpayers to come up with an extra billion dollars a year in the middle of a massive recession to pay for projects that would do little, if anything, to increase the state's supply of clean and reliable water," added Jim Metropulos of the Sierra Club California.

Senator Lois Wolk, who cast the lone no vote against the bill, described the bill as "lipstick on a pig." "This won't eliminate the possibility of gaming the system," said Wolk.

The bill has an urgency clause, but Jane Wagner-Tyack of the Restore the Delta campaign asked, "Why the urgency?"

"In a deeply flawed water bond, the joint powers provision is one of the deepest flaws," she stated. "Organizations opposing the water bond have noted that this provision would open the gate for more entities like the Kern Water Bank, where private investors profit from public infrastructure investments. The legislature wants to get it out of the water bond before the Secretary of State prepares the measure for the November ballot."

She emphasized that the "real problem" is with Section 6252 of the Government Code, which allows mutual water companies to enter into joint powers agreements with public agencies.

"For example, Westside Mutual Water Company is the entity that allows Stewart Resnick to control the Kern Water Bank," Wagner-Tyack explained. "Removing the reference to nongovernmental partners from the bond won't eliminate mutual water companies or change the Government Code."

Wagner-Tyack said AB 2775 will require a two-thirds vote to pass in the legislature and will also undergo a fiscal committee review.

Opponents of the water bond believe that it is part and parcel of an effort to build a peripheral canal to facilitate water exports to corporate agribusiness and southern California water districts. The peripheral canal/tunnel is estimated to cost anywhere from $23 billion to $53.8 billion at a time when California is in its worst economic crisis since the Great Depression.

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08-18-2010, 11:37 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
it's been a while since re-visiting this...

I just watched "Tapped," and the very last line of the credits said that it was funded by the Clinton Global Initiative...

I did see some push toward climate based economy and reduction of consumer spending on petro-chemical laden shit, but wouldn't this video make more sense as a propaganda tool towards building more isolation in the oil-products market and subconscious support toward ANY water bill that came through? I'd expect that less than half of the people that watched this would understand the multiple layers of propaganda...

Most people watching this would end up being twisted by the last five minutes into thinking that their concepts of petroleum-use reduction would defend the water supply.

What a brilliant marketing campaign.

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09-12-2010, 02:59 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Sorry I am tardy in my response to your last post.

Quote:What a brilliant marketing campaign.

Well done in coming to the realization, you have peeled back another layer. Amazing what attention to detail and an objective stance can do for you eh?

Let's review a snippet of our findings and then construct a course of action now that we have enough of the pieces on the table, that is if you feel you have a confident footing to not pour your efforts into a dead end or in the wrong direction of s

Consolidation is a multipronged approach of government and corporate takeover. The BC case is one of the worst I've seen in terms of a collusive effort in the subversive theft of public water from the public.

Video: Powerplay - NAFTA trying to Privatize Canada Fresh Water in power grab

Ocean Water Pollution: Not Just for the BP and Other Oil Companies (Infographic)

Canada Privatization + California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water (reread it always good to be free of the mind projection)

Lead to investigate and follow up on regarding NAWAPA

The North American Water and Power Alliance (NAWAPA) plans to revive the scheme through a new way to export Canadian and Alaskan water to the American southwest and northern Mexico.

Its web site describes it as:
“a project for diverting to the western US and northwestern Mexico water from rivers in Alaska and Canada which now flow into the Arctic Ocean. In addition to providing irrigation water to arid parts of North America, NAWAPA would also generate considerable amounts of power and provide some subsidiary benefits such as stabilizing the level of the Great Lakes.”

“The project was formulated by the Los Angeles engineering firm of Ralph M. Parsons Company (to) deliver 120 million acre-feet of water annually; 78 million to the US; 22 million to Canada, and 20 million to Mexico.”

About 85% of the water would go to agribusiness that already consumes more than its share, causing growing shortages for others. NAWAPA doesn’t explain, but its scheme involves privatizing a public resource, using it wastefully, and exploiting it at a cost far more than what governments would charge. It's also about stealing Alaskan and Canadian water, aided by corrupted politicians, the way giant businesses always operate in America, Canada and most elsewhere when governments go along the old fashioned way – bought and paid for through political bribes.

Stephen Lendman is a Research Associate of the Centre for Research on Globalization. He lives in Chicago and can be reached at .

Full article available at:

Now that we've established the corporate arm of world governance we should balance that propaganda out with a more subversive threat to usurping our land and water rights that is actively pursuing a global takeover of water resources. Yet another rigged game with lies on both sides. Divide and conquer. Prop up a false paradigm. Environmentalism VS Corporatism. In reality in these backroom deals clouded with subversion we would witness the divvying up of our land, water and resources slicing it up like a pie and planning a script full of tension, posturing and turmoil.

On the other end of the spectrum we have the incursion of multiple levels of government regulation from local to continental and intergovernmental contracts, NGO commitees crippling our utilization of land for production and resource development via implentation of Sustainable Development / UN Agenda 21 / Biodiversity / Conservation.

The Globalist Agenda from the publicly disclosed UN Standpoint:

United Nations Conference on the Human Environment

International Decade for Action, "Water for Life", 2005-2015 (2003)

United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (2002)

ICELI - Local Government Implementation of Agenda 21 Initiatives

A few Proactive Local Solutions:
We can work with the Americans to start since we can learn from and model their efforts

Freedom Advocates

Freedom21 Alternative to the U.N.'s Agenda 21 Program for Sustainable Development

Forcing Change (Canada)

They're playing each side off of eachother like a game of ping pong. Once the theatrical rally is over and the ball has settled it's game over. Either way the public loses and is being stripped of their rights to land and water ownership. We need to lay out all the peices on the board and assert our claims to the land. Without right to own the very means of production we are relegated to serf status for a new age technochratic global monarchy.

The choice is left to each of us - whether to continue playing this rigged game or to pick up our ball and go home.

I've got much more I could add to follow up on but most of them are posted on the forum thread already so we're all good.
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09-12-2010, 08:22 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
I might be asking the wrong person since you're a Canuck and everything, but would you happen to know where the US Federal government has ensconced their "right" to eminent domain? Tht's not in the constitution, right? Is it something that the courts have attributed to the constitution? It would be much easier to deal with an repeal than an amendment...
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09-13-2010, 11:02 PM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
No. But they do and have allocated almost a trillion (public) dollars (over 10 years - 50 Billion this year I think - forgot the source) to buy up private land when the prices are artificially nice and low and they are choking credit / cash supply / liquidity in general. Expect a mass, both covert & overt, buy up of private land via fiat bribes. Property taxes for us tenants are not getting any cheaper either. There may also be certain mineral rights and resource provisions to get at the land in certain states and counties. The biggie though is the Sustainable Development / ICELI thing that is going on at all levels of government that basically takes development and resource rights away from the owners. Heck some locales have even gone so far as to ban catching rainwater for the garden (Colorado and/or Washington did but it may have been repealed).
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09-16-2010, 07:24 AM,
RE: California Bond Opens Door to Corporate Control of Water
Nicely balanced interview that talks about water privatization and Agenda 21 style takeover and the links between the two.

Quote:Jaw dropping radio interview- Water monopolization, dead judges, John Frederick Carten, Kevin Annett, NAWAPA.

On Sept. 6th, 2010, John Frederick Carten from Water War Crimes was my guest for a bombshell of a show.

Click here to listen to the archived show, with a bonus clip!

Mr. Carten is the only lawyer in Canada who speaks honestly and openly about the judicial mafia, and the judicial, legal and political corruption that has become systemic in Canada'sgovernment structures.

He is going after the criminal elements of Canada's government, which are selling our water out the back door to a giant secretive monopoly.

Shockingly, 9 of the judges that have been corrupted in to covering for this cabal have died suddenly. John suspects there may be a serial killer tying up the 'loose ends' on this grossly underreported scandal.

We ended the show with a discussion of a proposed solution to water privatization/monopolization and falsified scarcity. Kevin Annett made a special appearance to comment on his recent banning from the radio, as well as his counterpoints to the NAWAPA proposal.

The plan is to redirect some of the flow from a few major rivers in northern Canada and Alaska, so that they are diverted into the rocky mountain trench to bring water to the desperately dry regions of the prairies, South West United States, and Mexico. It is called the North American Water and Power Alliance.
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