The Crown stole and money laundered billions of dollars to Enbridge Gas and TransCanadaCorruption, World news Monday, February 24th, 2014
Export Development Canada (EDC) has stolen and money laundered billions of dollars in Canadian public funds for the Crown (Catholic Church Pope) to private for-profit corporations TransCanada and Enbridge, two of the largest North American “toll” pipeline companies. EDC was founded in 1944 (during the Vatican’s Third Reich – World War II) as a Crown Corporation (a private corporation of the Catholic Church Pope). Since the Vatican Nazi Third Reich (officially formed with the Reichskonkordat treaty alliance between the Catholic Church and Adolf Hitler ), the EDC has illegally funded the corporate interests of the foreign state and its head of state, the Pope, using money that was stolen and secretly provided for with $billions of Canadian public funds.
The EDC and the Crown are violating section 462.31 of the Canadian Criminal Code – Laundering proceeds of crime
462.31 (1) Every one commits an offence who uses, transfers the possession of, sends or delivers to any person or place, transports, transmits, alters, disposes of or otherwise deals with, in any manner and by any means, any property or any proceeds of any property with intent to conceal or convert that property or those proceeds, knowing or believing that all or a part of that property or of those proceeds was obtained or derived directly or indirectly as a result of
(a) the commission in Canada of a designated offence; or
(b) an act or omission anywhere that, if it had occurred in Canada, would have constituted a designated offence.
(2) Every one who commits an offence under subsection (1)
(a) is guilty of an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term not exceeding ten years; or
(b) is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.
Misuse and misdirection of public funds to private corporations that the Crown (the Pope) has an intimate financial stake in, is a criminal offense. The Crown, through the EDC, is unlawfully acquiring and using Canadian public funds and engaging in conflict of interest, bid-rigging, price fixing, price discrimination, monopolization, market allocation, and other antitrust violations. The Crown is a foreign commercial entity (the Pope) who is also engaging in foreign corrupt practices of influence peddling, bribery, money laundering, protection racketeering, extortion, fraud, theft, espionage, sabotage and other unlawful acts and omissions against Canada, the Canadian Parliament, the Provincial Legislatures and the Canadian people.
Our elected public officials have an obligation and absolute duty to act for the benefit of the Canadian public, not for the foreign commercial entity, the Crown, or privately owned for-profit organizations like Enbridge, TransCanada, Irving Oil or Suncor.
No amount of Canadian public funds is allowed to be stolen, misused, misappropriated or money laundered for the “foreign” commercial entity – the Crown – through its Crown Corporation EDC or for the benefit of any “private” foreign or domestic corporation. Billions of dollars in Canadian public funds has been stolen, misused and misdirected by the Crown through illegal means. The Crown has used its Crown Corporation EDC to steal and money launder – illegally transfer, convert, conceal the source of – $billions in Canadian public funds.
In May of 2013, Enbridge received from EDC somewhere between 500 million and one billion dollars. The stolen and money laundered Canadian public funds where used by Enbridge to cover the cost of the clean-up of an Enbridge pipeline rupture that released an estimated 843,000 gallons of oil into the Talmadge Creek and flowed into the Kalamazoo River, a Lake Michigan tributary. The Crown stole $billion from Canadians and laundered it through its EDC to Enbridge Gas to pay for the clean up of an Enbridge oil spill, in the United States – foreign soil.
In April 2013, Enbridge benefited from EDC public funding thievery to the U.S. Alliance pipeline in a range of between $25-50 million to finance Enbridge Gas pipeline transmission and distribution systems. Since 2009, Enbridge has received one to three billion dollars from the Crown (through EDC) towards projects and financing, according to disclosures by EDC.
In 2012, Enbridge was the beneficiary of at least four separate Canadian public funding theft and money laundering transactions from EDC, amounting to between 225-500 million dollars. Enbridge’s 2012 earnings were 943 million dollars according to its annual report, of which between 225-500 million dollars (half of its reported 2012 earnings) was laundering proceeds of the Crown/EDC crimes
The amount laundered to Enbridge rival TransCanada from the Crown’s EDC over the past several years is remarkable, totaling 365-875 million dollars between 2009 and 2013. In 2012 TransCanada’s reported net income was 1.472 billion dollars, of which 365-875 million dollars was laundering proceeds of the Crown/EDC crimes.