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Mi’kmaq Aboriginal Pasteur Richard Paul: Trans Mountain Broke Back Starring Justin Trudeau & Elizabeth May Come To Pass!

April 12th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Mi’kmaq Aboriginal Pasteur Richard Paul: Trans Mountain Broke Back Starring Justin Trudeau & Elizabeth May Come To Pass!
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“Luke Skywalker trying to summon up the Force”

 

You have got to chuckled when a good story comes along on a Thursday evening and read one on “Luke Skywalker trying to summon up the Force, he must do or not do. In the immortal words of Yoda, there is no try. Following his pledge to build the Trans Mountain pipeline, noted Star Wars fan Justin Trudeau is in an existential moment. The consequence of failure is the collapse of his entire economic and environmental framework, not to mention reputational damage from which he might never recover,” writes an astute Ivison, jumping for a three pointer.

 

So, apparently Mr. Trudeau has made himself the sore victim of a joke, again.

“Alberta Premier Rachel Notley says she has no intention of backing down when she meets Sunday with the prime minister and B.C.’s premier to discuss the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion.

“We will go there in good faith to listen to what everyone has to say, and to make our case,” Notley told reporters at the Alberta legislature Thursday. “But, you know, as far as negotiations, deals and that sort of thing, there’s only one outcome for Alberta.” Writes CBC News

 

However, again, scoring a long jump, Ivison,” The feds are unlikely to bite: no matter how quickly things move through the courts they won’t move quickly enough to meet Kinder Morgan’s self-imposed deadline of May 31, by which time the company wants guarantees the project will proceed or it will walk away,” Kinder Morgan Surprise coming in with a fixed purpose and date is especially unnerving considering , All Aboriginal Reconciliation and Restorative Justice Have Been Overlooked!  Kinders offer is not high enough to begin with. The China Initiative program will pay more.

 

At Issue Panel CBC, Thursday April 12th, 2018. The voice of reason spoke with the ever educated Chantal Hébert, Canadian journalist, regular Panel host with Andrew Coyne of the National Post, revealing the “Elephant in the Room” no-one wants to talk about.

” There is also the Indigenous nation and their role is this story and increasingly that well is being poisoned against Kinder Morgan and for Justin Trudeau it is one thing to have a pipeline strategy that says I want a pipeline that goes off the rail, it’s another if at the same time his hope of Reconciliation with Indigenous people is also poisoned by the same part”

However, the silent absentee from the panel, Mr. Clark Campbell from the Globe & Mail notes, “Kinder Morgan’s chief executive, Steve Kean, said the company doesn’t want to start pouring in $200-million to $300-million a month on construction if it can’t finish it. Kinder Morgan can deal with regular risks but not a provincial government that is “openly in opposition,” Mr. Kean said.

 

Mi’kmaq Aboriginal Pasteur Richard Paul notes “Kinder Surprise is really on a tear with $200 million a month expenditure without securing Open Market Bonds. He’s dreaming of Oil, in Wonderland.”

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Chantal Hébert

The National, the flagship nightly newscast of CBC News.

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Noted “after Grand Chief Membertou and his family converted to Christianity in 1610, the land of the Mi’kmaq had become exempt from being seized because the people were Christians. However, it’s hard to imagine that a modern government would fall back and try to use such uncivilized garbage as justification for non-recognition of aboriginal title.[34]wikipedia (Chief Jean-Baptiste Cope signed a Peace Treaty in 1752 on behalf of the Shubenacadie Mi’kmaq.[37])”

Mi’kmaw Historian Daniel Paul observes that;

If this warped law were ever to be accorded recognition by modern legalists they would have to take into consideration that, after Grand Chief Membertou and his family converted to Christianity in 1610, the land of the Mi’kmaq had become exempt from being seized because the people were Christians. However, it’s hard to imagine that a modern government would fall back and try to use such uncivilized garbage as justification for non-recognition of aboriginal title.[34]

 

 

Race for AFN national chief heats up as Trans Mountain opponent seeks candidacy

Russ Diabo believes Assembly of First Nations is too close to Trudeau government. CBC NEWS

 

Alberta has been granted leave to intervene on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project judicial review by the Federal Court of Appeal.
Alberta will be allowed to make both written and oral submissions. The judicial review – advanced by municipalities, First Nations and environmental groups – challenges the National Energy Board’s report and recommendation as well as the federal Governor in Council’s Order in Council approving expansion.
Premier Rachel Notley told reporters in Edmonton May 16, 2017 “New pipelines mean a brighter future for our oil and gas industry, with jobs and opportunities for tens of thousands of working families and billions of dollars in new investment. We believe that a strong economy and a clean environment go hand-in-hand. We’ll continue to show this by fighting for Alberta’s interests in court to get oil flowing to new markets and a better return for Albertans on every barrel.” (photography by Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta)

Alberta has been granted leave to intervene on the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion project judicial review by the Federal Court of Appeal. Alberta will be allowed to make both written and oral submissions. The judicial review – advanced by municipalities, First Nations and environmental groups – challenges the National Energy Board’s report and recommendation as well as the federal Governor in Council’s Order in Council approving expansion. Premier Rachel Notley told reporters in Edmonton May 16, 2017 "New pipelines mean a brighter future for our oil and gas industry, with jobs and opportunities for tens of thousands of working families and billions of dollars in new investment. We believe that a strong economy and a clean environment go hand-in-hand. We'll continue to show this by fighting for Alberta's interests in court to get oil flowing to new markets and a better return for Albertans on every barrel.” (photography by Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta)

Not only this, he is again, insulting Natives in his hypocritical Reconciliation and Restorative Justice Agenda, says Mi’kmaq Aboriginal Pasteur Richard Paul

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Mr. Justin Trudeau, can you see the writing on the wall, yet, it’s found in Daniel 5:24

 

 

Mi’kmaq Aboriginal Pasteur Richard Paul

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