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Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
01-05-2009, 09:00 PM,
#1
Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
Quote:A fourth explosion occurred at an EnCana Corporation natural gas facility in northeastern B.C, just east of Dawson Creek.

RCMP said EnCana gas line workers discovered a partially destroyed metering shed on Sunday at a wellhead near the community of Tomslake.

Investigators said the damage was the result of what appeared to be a deliberate attack similar to three other blasts that occurred at Encana operations in October.

The first blast on Oct. 11 was beside a sour gas line about 50 kilometres east of Dawson Creek, B.C. The second occurred Oct. 16 along a pipeline off Highway 2, about half a kilometre from the provincial boundary with Alberta.

The third blast occurred on Oct. 31, about 12 kilometres northwest of Tomslake, B.C., near the Alberta border.

Many people in the area believe the explosions might be linked to a threatening letter sent to a local newspaper demanding that companies operating sour gas wells and pipelines in the area stop their operations.

Many critics of sour gas development fear the gas, which can be fatal if too much of it is inhaled, poses a danger to nearby residents.

The explosions are being investigated by Canada's anti-terror squad.
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01-06-2009, 05:57 PM,
#2
Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
For those who know about Jim Reamsbottom and his Northern Alberta Surface Water Study (http://nasws.ca/), you'll find it interesting to know that the RCMP came to his house asking him questions about these bombings. Apparently they were quite polite and he was able to make them aware of information related to his case. There are further developments as well and I'll keep you all posted as they move forward.

As far as the poll goes, it's difficult to say who has been causing the mischief up there at this point.
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02-12-2009, 09:47 PM,
#3
Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
hey i live in Dawson Creek, and have been paying very close attention to these events. i've come to the conclusion that the most likely responsible are both encana and the RCMP. both parties have alot to gain from hightened security. we currently have over 200 RCMP in the area, plus the INSET unit, the terrorist response team, CSIS and if you dare believe me the FBI. there is less then 12000 people in the city of dawson creek and no more than 2000 in the sorounding areas. thats one cop for every 70 civilians. I've heard rumors of a bill that encana is trying to push through that would literaly give them ownership of a square km are around their pipeline and refining facilities. As far as what the RCMP get, well they've been asking for it for years here, more funding. i could get into the totaly corruption of the RCMP in this area but thats an entirely different thread.
i have friends in the immediate area of the bombing, they've been questioned on several ocassions, one has even been hired as security for encana and is still under servalance.

now what really points me to false flag type operation is, the security guard that was watching the site of the last explosion was told to go check out some suspicious activity at another site, and for some reason never returned to her orginal post. only to find out serveral hours later that the shack at the first site had been destroyed by an explosion. not to mention she found nothing at the site she was told to investigate.

ok i understand that for the most part this is all testimony from individuals in the are, but find any hard facts out with contributing evidence is close to impossible in this area. for the last 20 or so years we've had a media ban on almost all violent activity. put it this way, if someones murdered here, if you don't hear about it though the grape vine, your likely not to hear about it till it goes to provincial or federal court. i'll tying to find out more but i'm not an investigative journalist and with black choppers flying around, going anywhere near the sites of the explosions to investigate it would be impossible.

one last point to make. the explosives used in all 4 bombings were highgrade exploisives, not homemade. in early 2008 there was two dynamite thefts. they forgot to steal blasting caps in the first theft, but got them in the second. at the time the RCMP told the public in a press release that there was no danger to the public. how could they have know that. anyways till next time



Quote:For those who know about Jim Reamsbottom and his Northern Alberta Surface Water Study (http://nasws.ca/), you'll find it interesting to know that the RCMP came to his house asking him questions about these bombings. Apparently they were quite polite and he was able to make them aware of information related to his case. There are further developments as well and I'll keep you all posted as they move forward.

As far as the poll goes, it's difficult to say who has been causing the mischief up there at this point.
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02-16-2009, 09:57 PM,
#4
Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
Any serious terrorist would not blow up a little tiny shed with a computer and a few gauges in it. Especially with security anywhere near there.

When I hauled crude last fall, it didn't matter whether it was an oil well or a gas well, none were gaurded Even the disposal sites were ungaurded.
It would be far easier to cause a panic by blowing the well-head where there's NO VALVES to shut anything off than to blow up a metering station with valves on both sides.

If you blow the pipe right where it comes out of the ground it is MUCH harder to shut off the flow and much more dangerous too.

The simple low risk targeting of objects makes me think this is an ISJ.
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02-17-2009, 12:42 AM,
#5
Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
Quote:Any serious terrorist would not blow up a little tiny shed with a computer and a few gauges in it. Especially with security anywhere near there.

When I hauled crude last fall, it didn't matter whether it was an oil well or a gas well, none were gaurded Even the disposal sites were ungaurded.
It would be far easier to cause a panic by blowing the well-head where there's NO VALVES to shut anything off than to blow up a metering station with valves on both sides.

If you blow the pipe right where it comes out of the ground it is MUCH harder to shut off the flow and much more dangerous too.

The simple low risk targeting of objects makes me think this is an ISJ.


the second or third bomb was exploded at one of the pipes that jump out, there using highgrade explosives and not blowing anything up? that extremely suspisous. amatures always go for overkill as with terrorist.. i'm at work i'll finish this post later. i'm compiling a list of articles, video and audio, i'm also gona grow some balls and do some interviews. wonder if the mayor will see me, heh
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02-17-2009, 08:17 AM,
#6
Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
thanks for moving this thread to a more appropriate section, maybe we can have some more debate about these happenings. None of whats happened here makes any sense, people in the area of the bombings are almost all qualified to work in the oil and gas field, they know and fear the consiquences of these explosions. All of them have loved ones in there area. with the poor work encana actually does an explosion in the area would be near imposisble to contain. i've heard stories of how they leave well head to leak, rarely ever clean up enviromental contamination cause by there facilities. i've also heard rumors that encana is sponsoring legislation that would effectively give them ownership of 1 square kilometer surrounding all their facilities, but i've seen no real evidence but the information does come from a credible source
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02-21-2009, 01:01 PM,
#7
Eco-terrorism or RCMP shenanigans?
Eco-terrorism?

HAHA

I dont know Did Earth First! take cred?
Or the ELF?


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