It is so absurd. Those we elect to lead us are such liars. Or maybe they are just brain dead. Here is another headline;MORE CHINESE LABOUR NEEDED TO DIE IN TUNNELING ACCIDENTS
Just like when Canadian/American companies built the railroads they imported Chinese labour to be the fools to carry the explosives into the tunnels. Oops, damn, guess we need another few Chinese.
Last year just under 2000 Chinese workers died in Coal mines. In the previous ten years 50,000 died.
What is wrong with Canadians, our media and our leadership?
And get this.THE CHINESE WORKERS ARE ALREADY HERE
At the old Cassier mine region the Chinese Minerals Mining Corporation is operating a few underground mine sites. Almost all Chinese labour.
The pictures speak for themselves. Pat Bell refers to these underground mines as requiring a highly trained skill set.
Listen to two CBC radio interviews by clicking on the links below.BC Almanac
October 10, 2012Daybreak North
October 11, 2012
There are so many things that are wrong it is difficult to know where to begin.
The underground miners in Saskatchewan, the potash mines expropriated from USA managed corporations
, have emergency safety and survival enclosures should an accident occur. This is what responsible considerate corporations provide. Accidents have occurred recently, a couple in the past few years. Everyone survived. China lost 1973 workers last year.
Cliff Frame, the guy the Japanese fired from Quintette Coal
for his arrogance and bad management, started the Westray underground coal mine in Nova Scotia. In 1992 an accident occurred. Just like what Frame started at Quintette Coal, an atrocious safety record, his management caused the loss of 26 miners on May 9th.
Mining can be done reasonably and responsibly. Under political leadership such as Stephan Harper and Christy Clark however, there is nothing even close to resembling reasonable responsibility. They could look to Saskatchewan
but to turn to China, almost the worst on the globe? How audacious.
Pat Bellís former Ministry, forestry, has been virtually exposed for being infiltrated by the Chinese government.
Bill Bennetts Ministry was exposed in the same manner after Richard Fadden, the Director of CSIS spoke to CBC regarding the infiltration of Canadian Crown Ministers offices.
The pictures attached to this article are taken directly from the website
run by the Chinese Corporation previously known as Hawthorn but now run as the Chinese Minerals Mining Corporation. State of the Art?
This underground gold mine is just north of Dease Lake and has a 75 man camp almost completely populated by Chinese laborers. Armed guards are reportedly protecting Canadians from entering the area to see for themselves what the Chinese are doing, or dying from.
Is anyone watching over the conditions?
The same is being reported from the Imperial Metals Red Chris Mine east of Iskut. Employees have been told they will be immediately fired should they be caught taking any pictures or even having their cell phone out of their pocket after they leave the highway.
Are conditions and the situations that bad?
Do Canadians even care?
There is nothing wrong with the Chinese people. It is theirs and our leaders who are the problem!
Highly skilled technicians are required here.
No picture takers allowed, armed guards are reportedly protecting Canadians from getting a chance to see for themselves Canada's new mining regulations