Thursday, January 26, 2012
BC Rail under attack again
By Jeff Nagel
Richmond Review - January 26, 2012
Silvester made the presentation Thursday at a special strategy session of the Metro board in Chilliwack, where he described the ALR as emotionally but not economically important to the region and said more must be done to ensure land is available for industry.
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Could it be [gasp!] that you haven't been reading BC Mary's stuff about "this whole sordid" affair which ended up with the people of B.C. losing the nation's 3rd largest railway?
Say it ain't so ... !!
I was just pointing out to people, what other bloggers (I know Laila's is on your sidebar) are saying, all of the information out there, in case they miss something. Sometimes I get frustrated and just want to keep telling people where to look, including your site.
I have followed your blog pretty well from the start, and it is SUPERB!!!! Thank you for all your hard work.
All of you.
There was a lot of crazy computer stuff and I wasn't able to get the Jasmohan Bains segment completed, I worked hard all one day re-writing a pretty good story but when I touched the PUBLISH button, it vanished ... 3 times. I ended the day exhausted after accomplishing zero.
and there were a few maddening glitches here and there, so things looked messy (and they were),
but if you mean the whole blog is disappeared? this is the first I've heard of that.
International corporations have long term interests at play here which have much more to do with exporting Canadian resources than anything else. The port of Vancouver is in the middle of a very urban developed area. The Port in Tswassen, with its new highways, will work much better.
V.I.A. is implementing a tax increase so a new terminal can be built so people from China can save 30 minutes moving from one plane to another.
By the time the lieberals, the minions of international corporations, are done with B.C. we won't recognize this place,nor will most people even know what hit them. What our lieberal politicans don't recognize is they are being "played". They will be dropped like a hot potatoe when the international corporations have what they want.
Harper's intnetions to reduce our medical services, seniors' pensions, etc. have more to do with bringing Canada in line with a lower standard of living for the benefit of international corporations. Harper is "dumb" enough to think he is carrying out his idiological goals.
There is only one goal here, Globalization of resources, manufacturing for the greater good of those belonging to organizations such as Bilderberg & China.