Exposure of private-equity and public pension fund ('bcIMC') use of RADARSAT, BC OnLine and MindBox software in personal property fraud and 'hard-cap' carbon-bond racketeering
Open e-mail sent November 02, 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
Canadian Prime Minster, The Right Honourable Stephen Harper pm@...
From: Reform Party of British Columbia
Dear Premier Campbell and Prime Minister Harper:
Re: Reform BC exposes hard-cap carbon-bond racketeering
Our research indicates that CAI-Carlyle Canada (a bcIMC private equity group), surveils targets with RADARSAT, attaches carbon bonds to BC OnLine registries, and triggers credit-default swaps with bogus MindBox rule violations to justify 'Kyoto Hard Cap' confiscation of personal property.
David Hawkins, Leader 604-542-0891
cc: Ron Gamble, President 604-980-7779
cc: Darcy Rezac, Managing Director Board of Trade 604-641-1255
cc: Heather Holden, Director of Environment Fraser Institute 604-688-0221
Notes: "Reform BC exposes hard-cap carbon-bond racketeering"
announced his BC Liberal government would introduce measures in the fall legislative session to pass into law his previously announced goals of a 33 per cent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions over the next 13 years. "No other province in Campbell has taken such a legal measure," he said. " Canada will lead the way." Among Campbell's other announcements: new legislation that will make B.C. the first province to set "hard caps" on greenhouse gas emissions through market mechanisms (e.g., carbon trading); next month's roll out of a "climate action team" made up of representatives of environmental, business, scientific and First Nations groups; $100 million over 10 years for improved flood protection; a carbon-neutral government by 2010; $50 million for B.C. Transit to expand its fleet; and the replacement of hundreds of thousands of conventional household power meters with "smart meters" that allow customers to monitor their power consumption and sell back their surplus."http://thetyee.ca/News/2007/09/28/CampbellGHGas/ British Columbia