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CONTRIBUTION · 12th May 2013
Given the evidence disclosed on this following video clip, it would be clear BC has already provided clear unrestricted access to BC's Ports and Oceans, as well as 'Right of Ways' through the territories, by an act of law.

Not without penalty, can the Government of BC act in any manner to restrict access to our territories.

Further the Government of Canada has provided China with military support by our own soldiers to defend Chinas interests in Canada.

Watch it Here.

If you like this vote for the BC Liberals.

Christy Clark and the BC Liberals have made a lot of bold claims about their position on pipelines proposed for British Columbia.

However, what they have neglected to tell British Columbians is that their government has entered into binding agreements that ensure the success of pipelines from Alberta to the BC Coast.

Everyone knows there has been a lot of politics surrounding pipeline developments in British Columbia, but very few are aware of the longstanding agreements, established by the BC Liberals, that ensure the success of the proposed pipelines and have thoroughly tied the hands of all BC Stakeholders leaving them with no capacity to actually impact the processes that will ensure the success of these developments.

The Trade, Investment and Labour Mobility Agreement (TILMA) and New West Partnership Agreement (NWPA) which it developed into absolutely confirm that no level of government in British Columbia can block pipeline development. Nor can they impede trade through the province or create any obstacle, whatsoever, that prevents pipelines from Alberta from reaching BC's tidal waters. Doing so would result in fines of up to 5 million dollars per infraction.

The June 2010 "Equivalency Agreement", done in secret by the BC Liberals with the Harper Conservative Government - and against the letter of the law - forfeits BC's ability to review, assess and decide on these pipeline proposals which threaten to transform the province as we know it.

The video presents these documents, and exposes the BC Liberal election posturing on pipelines as hollow and meaningless. These concepts, backed by government documentation, have been published online and are readily available for anyone interested.

Yet Christy Clark has never publicly acknowledged their existence. More importantly, she has also positioned her party for re-election on claims that run counter to these indisputable facts.

In fact, the material contained in the above video proves that Christy Clark's claims that she can block or prevent these pipeline proposals, based on her "tough NEW stance" and "5 conditions" is without merit, not based in reality and ignores the existence of these agreements of her government's own making.

The video closes with live footage from the most recent Estimates debate for the Ministry of Energy, where the Minister of Everything, Rich Coleman, is on tape discussing his government's "non-disclosure agreements" with the world's largest oil companies.

This fact has gone unreported and exposes the bold hypocrisy of the BC Liberal campaign, which has had the audacity to broadly claim the BC NDP is "concealing" their position on these pipeline developments.

There is not one mainstream media report that covers the "non-disclosure agreements" the world's largest oil and gas companies have with the BC Liberals, even though the minister responsible has made their existence known in the public debate contained in this video.

Stories on these topics (see below) have been published on the internet for over a year, yet no one has refuted them, and Christy Clark has never publicly acknowledged their existence.

They impact all British Columbians and are crucial to our future.
Comment by Paul Repstock on 12th May 2013
Further more: I believe that Ms. Clark should immediatly be indicted for fraud. She has a sworn obligation to represent the people of British Columbia. That oath has obviously been breached by her misleading statements and obfuscation.
Comment by Paul Repstock on 12th May 2013
Once in office, these politicians presume that the land and the resources are theirs to flip off to the first big payment of graft.
Where were the other members of the legislature on this? Was there not one person in government or one person in the civil service who might have seen fit to blow the whistle on this attrocity.
Given that Ms. Clark is supposed to have been representing the democratic will of British Columbians, I propose that unless the Liberal Party can prove that British Columbians were in favour of the agreements, then this deal is null and void.