BC Mining Law Reform – Eco-Radical Organizations

BC Mining Law Reform – Eco-Radical Organizations

BC Mining Law Reform

Here is yet another organization of that hides behind a wall of secrecy in regards to who runs the show. Is it because too many names already belong to too many similar organizations and groups. Are they hiding because it would be a dead giveaway in regards to their public life and who they support politically?

Feel free to send us the names on these faces, we will be happy to publish them.

This photo was taken on the day they launched this project. (reader submitted photo)

Look at who they are in partnership with!

Here is the largest cluster of leaf lickers in British Columbia, all working in unity to stop employment in Northern British Columbia. Part of why they are hiding is they are also active members of the BC NDP and much of the attack they lead is against the BC NDP. They are blackballing their own political party to do as they demand.

Below is a list of organizations they call Partners, when in fact its a list of EcoRadicals or also known as “Leaf Lickers”

Below is a list of organizations they call Partners, when in fact its a list of EcoRadicals or also known as “Leaf Lickers”

Below is a list of organizations they call Partners, when in fact its a list of EcoRadicals or also known as “Leaf Lickers”

Amnesty International Canada
British Columbia Environmental Network
Center for Science in Public Participation
Clayoquot Action
Kamloops Code Blue
CCof Quesnel Lake
David Suzuki Foundation
Dogwood BC
Ecojustice
Environmental Law Centre Society
Fair Mining Collaborative
First Nations Women Advocating Responsible Mining
Northern Confluence (one man band by Nikki Scuse)
Raven Trust
Rivers Without Borders
SALMON BEYOND BORDERS
Sierra Club BC
SkeenaWild Conservation Trust
SumOfUs
West Coast Environmental Law Association
Wilderness Committee
Wildsight

 

 

Many of the above share the same membership, some even share the same leadership.

They are the same people who co-share articles that take a dose of truth, mix in a lot of hogwash, all designed to give a misleading perspective on issues that are either non existent or are of minor concern.

Screenshot from the Financial Post

The core or backbone of this group, is they are a “project” of yet another “eco-radical activist group” called “Environmental Law Center – University of Victoria” let me share the credits on that one. “In 1996, the ELC became both a credit course (the Clinic) and an incorporated society. The ELC ran for years solely on the steam of student volunteers and a diverse, experienced Board of Directors. Seed funding from the Law Foundation of BC, the Bullitt Foundation, Tides Canada Foundation, Ted McWhinney and others responded allowed the clinic to hire a legal director and administrator. This growth in the clinic attracted funding from the Tula Foundation, which supported ELC core operations for 10 years. Today, the ELC’s core operations are supported through private donors and several foundations, including the Law Foundation of BC, North Growth Foundation, Sitka Foundation and Oasis Foundation.

So the “BC Mining Law Reform” is just a project of the Environmental Law Centre Society primarily funded by Tides Foundation. Or in other words, its a radical environmentalist group created by less than a hand full of university professors playing God with our province. They do not have the craft or the balls to run for office and make changes the way legitimate democracy does, but used every underhanded tactical method as a ways to a means to an end result.

The goverment of Canada has every rightful reason to use national security to watch these people who try thwart democracy to impose their ideals on all Canadians. The hardly represnt democratic process, in fact if you listened to them enough they relish the idea of anarchy.

BC Mining Law Reform is a decoy for the blueprint created by the Environmental Law Centre Society and their demands for 69 changes to the Environmental Assessment Act, the Mines Act and the Environmental Management Act.

Do you really think there will be any mining at all happening in British Columbia after the Tides Foundation approved recommendations take place?

 




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"Two Feathers"




 

 

 

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