New Brunswick Premier David Alward’s shale gas is a confidence scheme, a fraudCorruption, Latest news, World news Friday, September 19th, 2014
Shale gas is a confidence game – a fraudulent scheme, devised by the New Brunswick government (Progressive Conservative Premier David Alward), Canaport LNG (75 per cent owned by Repsol and 25 per cent by Irving Oil Ltd.), shale gas fabricating companies like Corridor Resources Inc and PetroWorth (headed by former MLA Allan Graham – father of former Premier of New Brunswick Shawn Graham), and Enbridge Gas (the monopolized natural gas pipeline distributor for New Brunswick) for making a quick profit. Shale gas companies and their corrupt government accomplices have and are engaging in fraud in marketing a product that doesn’t exist in the first place. Shale gas is now being fraudulently marketed by the New Brunswick government because of a law suit and declining revenue for Repsol, Irving Oil Ltd., Corridor Resources Inc PetroWorth and Enbridge Gas. Because of natural gas companies dwindling profits New Brunswickers will be robbed of their life essential and finite supply of potable water and title to their land and poisoned to death from the toxic chemical fracking that forever contaminates their water and air supply.
On April 30, 2012 Enbridge Gas sued the New Brunswick government of David Alward for at least $650 million for what it claims are breaches of agreements and a failure to act in good faith (a.k.a. allow Enbridge Gas to make a profit). 9 months later David Alward formed the Royal District Planning Commission as agents of his government to steal land title and land rights of “private” land owners all across New Brunswick. The Royal District Planning Commission was formed by David Alward to seize “private” land as eminent domain (expropriation). Private land is being stolen by David Alward and delegated to third parties – shale gas exploration companies and the Vatican’s United Nations Organization (UNO – Latin word for one – a.k.a One World Government, a.k.a New World Order). The Royal District Planning Commission is now mapping land for eminent domain for shale gas exploration and at the same time administering an alien (foreign) political agenda – the United Nations Organizations (UNO) Agenda 21 – “Abolition of private property” – another “private” land ownership theft - .
The people of New Brunswick are opposed to shale gas as they have seen the devastating effects water fracking has on the water table of the Sussex NB area. Their potable water supply is consumed and rendered not fit for human or animal consumption. Fracking permanently poisons and contaminates the finite supply of fresh water. David Alward is now the Enbridge Gas’s paid spokesperson for fake shale gas exploration. Enbridge Gas used a threat of law suit to bribe NB Premier Davaid Alward and his government.
You can’t drill a shale gas well and strike a large pocket of shale gas. Shale gas doesn’t exist. Shale is dirt – to be precise a fine-grained, clastic sedimentary rock composed of mud that is a mix of flakes of clay minerals and tiny fragments (silt-sized particles) of other minerals, none of which is gas or oil. Shale contains zero gas and zero oil. They drill and pour a mixture of water and very toxic chemicals (sulfuric acid) into the drilled wells and fabricate a fake gas called shale gas. The very toxic and life threatening thermochemical reaction underground causes the bond between the water molecules to break and liquid water is converted into the neurotoxin hydrogen sulfide gas – H2S
You can cause water to convert to its hydrogen fuel gaseous state – above ground using no chemicals whatsoever. Electrolysis of water does this using no toxic chemicals whatsoever and very little energy. Unlike shale (dirt) fracking, electrolysis of water creates no pollution – doesn’t contaminate the water, the land or the air. Unlike dirt fracking, electrolysis of water doesn’t trigger earthquakes nor poison our finite supply of drinking water. Anyone can make their own natural gas using electrolysis. This is the reason why the U.S and Canadian state, federal and provincial government are illegally promoting and selling a fuel that does not exist. Because anyone can produce their own natural gas for free governments are wilfully and deliberately committing fraud. Without oil and gas governments cannot enslave their people. That is why governments are conspiring with oil companies and are coactively committing fraud – falsely and fraudulently promoting and marketing a product that does not exist – shale gas.
How can you prove shale gas is a fraud? Cut off the water supply. Turn off the water to oil and gas shale wells and they no longer can “fabricate” this very toxic fake gas. Shale gas can only be fabricated (to concoct in order to deceive) by fracturing water (H2O). The end product is mostly H2S (Hydrogen sulfide) a colorless, very poisonous, flammable gas – a.k.a. shale gas. H2S and oxygen burn with a blue flame but forms and emits sulfur dioxide (SO2) – a major air pollutant which has significant impacts upon human health.
Apart from the environmental impact posed by the emissions from burning this toxic cocktail of hazardous chemicals there is the intentional, deliberate and illegal dumping of the very toxic and hazardous fracking slurry. In New Brunswick Canada this toxic slurry in dumped directly into the Bay of Fundy. From there it is carried, with the incoming and outgoing tides, to the coastal shores and tide feed rivers all along New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and U.S. East Coast States. Every day toxic shale gas waste is being pushed ashore by the tides where it contaminates and poisons the water supply for coastal cities and towns like Saint John, Moncton, Dieppe, Riverview, Amherst, Digby, Truro, Yarmouth, Windsor, Saint Andrews, Portland Maine and Boston Massachusetts. This spillage is as toxic as if not more toxic than the BP oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. This is intentional whereas the BP oil spill was an accident. BP was heavily fined and billed for contaminating the water and shores all along the Gulf of Mexico. BP was forced to clean up their mess. No one is being charged, fined, billed or forced to clean up the Shale Gas toxic waste dumping.
The Canadian Criminal Code is extensive in its coverage of corruption of officials of the governments of Canada and the provinces. The following are the primary offences dealing with the bribery of domestic public officials in Canada.
(1) FRAUDS ON THE GOVERNMENT
A bribe made to a public official in Canada to exercise influence or an act of omission in connection with government business is subject to a penalty of up to five years in prison. Section 121 is broad in scope and covers influence peddling. It prohibits bribes to or for the benefit of government officials by or on behalf of those who have dealings with the government. This section does not mention foreign public officials.
(2) BRIBERY OF JUDICIAL OFFICERS, ETC.
Everyone who, “being the holder of a judicial office,” corruptly accepts or gives or offers any money or other avaluable consideration in respect of anything to be done in his official capacity commits bribery. This offence is punishable by imprisonment for up to fourteen years. Section 119 covers the acceptance by or giving of bribes to holders of judicial offices or members of Parliament or of a provincial legislature.
(3) BRIBERY OF OFFICERS
Under Section 120, anyone who offers or accepts a bribe to a justice, police commissioner, peace officer, public officer, officer of a juvenile court, or employee in the administration of criminal law to facilitate the commission of an offence is guilty of an indictable offence. The punishment is imprisonment for up to fourteen years.
Is it just a coincidence that Enbridge Gas dropped its suit against David Alward’s New Brunswick government who is now marketing shale gas in New Brunswick for Enbridge Gas or did Enbridge Gas bribe the New Brunswick government and Davaid Alward? If a bribe was offered and Davaid Alward accepted it shouldn’t Davaid Alward be arrested for accepting a bribe?
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