British Columbia Premier Christy Clark
|World Bank meeting with Christy Clark present.|
(fifth person from the left in photo on left) was in Washington, D.C
., on April 17 meeting leaders of the IMF, World Bank Group
where she bragged about the British Columbia Government
financial position that was increased by the corrupt acquisition of the English family property
at Pacific Rim Resort
through a corrupt legal process where buyers and financiers were frightened away by acts of terrorism,
such as the deliberate burning of the English family home
shown burning in the photo on right below, threats of murder and attempted murder.
All the available evidence points to a deliberate attack against the English family
carried out by agents of the Government of British Columbia
who used criminal methods to loot a very valuable property that had been owned by the English family
for almost 3 decades. This is the legacy that Premier Christy Clark
is building for herself.
Premier Christy Clark
|The English home burning.|
also had a private meeting at the White House
with Roberta Jacobson,
who has been the United States Assistant Secretary of State for Western Hemisphere Affairs
since March 30, 2012 and who is extremely curious about the British Columbia Government's
close relationship Li Ka-shing who is widely regarded as an agent of the Chinese Communist Party
and who recently announced that he had hired former Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird
who, it is now suspected, was a secret agent of the Chinese Communist Party
working inside Stephen Harper's
cabinet for the past eight years - since 2007.
The Li Ka shing
business enterprise has huge interests in Canada’s
largest housing and commercial property development, the massive False Creek
project in central Vancouver
on the government land that hosted Expo ’86.
|Premier Christy Clark and Li Ka-shing|
The project covers 204 acres, 82.5 hectares — one-sixth of downtown Vancouver
and there are persistent rumours that bribes were paid when Li Ka Shing
acquired the valuable government property.
appears to be in deep trouble with the Communist Party
where crooked billionaires are being sent to jail and, in some cases, executed. Corroboration of this theory is found in the fact that Li Ka-shing has moved his corporate head office from Hong Kong to the Cayman Islands.
The Chinese Communist Party’s
most authoritative mouthpiece, the People’s Daily
, has pronounced that Li
is “no longer an ideal role model” for aspiring Chinese entrepreneurs. Other state-controlled media outlets have even labelled Li
a “big tiger,”
a code term used in President Xi Jinping’s
continuing anti-graft campaign
to describe high officials and business people tainted by corruption.
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