Saturday, March 13, 2010

BC Reform to block carbon cap, trade and pension fraud

Reform BC's new leader David Hawkins will help Party block carbon-emission cap, trade and pension frauds by Maurice Strong's UNEP Signatories and Chicago Climate Exchange
Open e-mail sent October 16, 2007 to:
The Honourable Gordon Campbell premier@...
Premier of British Columbia, Box 9041, Station PROV GOVT
Victoria, BC, Canada V8W 9E1 Phone: (250) 387-1715

From: Reform Party of British Columbia
Reference copy:
Canadian Prime Minster, The Right Honourable Stephen Harper 
Office of the Prime Minister pm@...
80 Wellington Street Ottawa K1A 0A2
Dear Premier Campbell:
Re: BC Reform to block carbon cap, trade and pension fraud
Reform BC is pleased to introduce you to its new leader, the forensic economist David Hawkins, who has undertaken the task of revising and refining the Party's platform for the 2009 provincial elections.
The Reform Board has asked Mr. Hawkins to tackle an issue of immediate concern; your government's decision to engage the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation ('bcIMC') as a Signatory to the United Nations Environment Programme ('UNEP') and trader in carbon credit on the Chicago Climate Exchange ('CCX').
Due diligence by your government staff, would have shown that both UNEP and the CCX were launched by Canadian privy councillor Maurice Strong, the principal architect of the UN Oil-for-Food fraud.
Your government's decision has placed bcIMC's public assets in the custody of UNEP-CCX private equity groups engaged in 'off-book' cap-and-trade transactions driven by a de facto carbon-emissions tax.
David Hawkins has advised Reform that "B.C. government employees, being members of the bcIMC pension funds can now arbitraily lower carbon-emission caps on B.C. businesses and collect kickbacks on commissions through carbon credit trades on the CCX."
Reform BC considers that bcIMC's participation in a carbon-emission cap and trade market without the knowledge or consent of British Columbians, represents a fraud on government.
Following the maxim, "Delegata potestas non potest delegari*", Reform BC invites your government to withdraw any assets in bcIMC custody being traded through UNEP or the CCX and return them to the custody of British Columbia's Lieutenant Governor in Council.
*A delegated power cannot be redelegated
In the absence of a prompt decision to withdraw bcIMC public funds from carbon-emissions trading through markets allegedly manipulated by insiders, Reform BC leaders will seek a Supreme Court injunction to prevent further trading.
Yours sincerely
Ron Gamble, President 604-980-7779 
cc: David Hawkins, Leader 604-542-0891
cc: Media 
"BC Reform to block carbon cap, trade and pension fraud"
The $86+ billion B.C. pension fund (bcIMC), became a UNEP signatory in June 2006 after becoming a principal shareholder in Richmond, B.C.-based Macdonald Dettwiler and Associates and de facto custodian of the BC Online electronic registry system.
BC Online is allegedly being used to attach predatory loans or credits to owners of property arbitrarily deemed by bcIMC government employees and fund members to be in violation of carbon-emissions cap set by themselves as beneficiaries of the fund.

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