February 23, 2020
The links to the thread and more information are at the bottom of this post.
1) There is much more going on than we’re being told. The office of Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs is a political organization and not the actual band itself.
2) The office of Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs takes money from the Tides Foundation. This is well-documented and admitted by both sides.
3) Tides is funded in part by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund and gives money to other anti-oil initiatives.
4) Tides is also funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, which owns major stock in CN Rail.
5) Tides has people from the UN, Microsoft, Goldman Sachs, etc on its board of directors.
6) Let’s see who else is connected to Tides and CN Rail. Vanguard donates to tides and owns a significant stake in CN.
7) Vanguard also seems to have significant shares in all of Canada’s major banks.
8) It also appears as though Vanguard is connected to the Rothschild family.
9) Two other groups that own part of each of Canada’s banks is Mackenzie and Beutel Goodman. They also have shares in CN. This isn’t out of the ordinary, but I want to illustrate how these companies are all intertwined.
10) Let’s look at some of the other partners of Tides. In addition to Vanguard, the Rockefellers, Gates, and Soros, we see Barbara Streisand, Carnegie, Kellogg, and Ford.
11) NoVo is another donator. It’s run by Warren Buffett’s son, Peter. Buffett is a major shareholder in CN as well.
12) Here are the screenshots from slide #10.
13) Notice some overlap? The same foundations all seem to donate to these globalist causes.
14) This is barely scratching the surface of the connections between these different organizations, who have a vested interest in blocking pipelines and funding anti-oil campaigns in Canada. This post details a conversation with one of the FN “protestors”. The thread from Pat Dee has since been deleted. It referred to being paid to go to the protest.
15) Keean Bexte from RNN exposes how the actual members of the Wet’suwet’en tribe want this LNG pipeline built, as it would bring jobs and stability to the region. It is the office of Hereditary Chiefs who are blocking the pipeline, not the actual band.
16) The same office that went to the UN directly when it appeared that the federal government wasn’t going to step in to defend them. Pretty convenient.
17) What would a fake, globalist funded hoax be without our little eco-fascist, Greta Thunberg?
18) We now see how some of the wealthiest and most powerful families and corporations in the world fund the groups that fund anti-oil initiatives in Canada, and how they stand to profit from doing so, as well as how they support the UN’s Sustainable Development agenda.
19) Brought to us by the Government of Canada.
20) Please RT! Canadians need to know what @CBCNews@globalnews@CTVNews and the @liberal_party and @CPC_HQ are not telling us. Unite! #Wetsuweten#WetsuwetenStrong#TrudeauMustGo#UNExit#Agenda2030#SDG#SustainableDevelopment#UNDRIP
PDF of unrolled thread:
In 1973, the World Federalist Movement awarded the “World Peace Award” to Maurice Strong, who created the UN’s Earth Council to co-ordinate Agenda 21, the blueprint for the construction of a New World Order (40)(41). World Federalist Movement’s coalition partner is the Climate Action Network (CAN), a coalition of more than 100 organizations across Canada that brings labour, indigenous groups and environmental activist groups together to promote the climate action movement and anti-oil activism (42). It includes organizations such as Leadnow, Greenpeace, the David Suzuki Foundation, West Coast Environmental Law, and Assembly of First Nations (43). These are all organizations that have been funded by the Tides Canada Foundation, whose principal financier is George Soros (44)(45)(46)(47)(48)(49). Stephen Toope is an advocate for UN sustainable development goals and signed the University and College Presidents Statement of Climate Action (51)(52)(53).
Canadian National Railway Co (CNI) Q1 2019 Earnings Call Transcript:
Jean-Jacques Ruest — President and Chief Executive Office, CN Railway, April 29, 2019:
“On crude, we move on average 250,000 barrel per day back in December, but demand took a nosedive in February to less than100,000 barrel per day after a reduction in production was imposed by the province of Alberta. But CN has the capacity to move more crude. It is a national priority to get our natural resource to market. So as to protect the country economy GDP and create jobs, our CN railroads are ensuring that we have the infrastructure to move any and all natural resource to world markets.
Looking to the balance of the year, we have a diverse pipeline of growth opportunities ahead of us. For example, short term during Q2, this dial-up of the Coalspur, Vista project a coal mine — a coal export mine in Alberta is to start up soon. We also have the start-up of the AltaGas propane export terminal in Rupert and the introduction of the new container service by Zim line in Rupert.
We also have immediate capacity to move more crude. In April, we are running at 145,000 barrel per day. But we do have the capacity to quickly ramp up to 300,000 barrel per day. Mid-term, we have some other coal business, Alberta chemical business and automotive business coming our way. At the upcoming June Investor Day, we will give you an update on our growth opportunities for the next three years. In the meantime, we are reaffirming our guidance for the year.”
James Cairns — Senior Vice President, Rail Centric Supply Chain, CN Railway:
“Yeah. I think certainly JJ, we’re coming off a kind of a tough first quarter weather-wise in February, but even if you draw back the crude by rail, you look at how we came out of December. We handled 250,000 barrels a day of crude by rail. Clearly line of sight leaving December to move about 300,000 barrels a day. The only thing that stopped us was government curtailment. And if you look at some of the positive things going on, moving forward here in the province of Alberta, whether it’s crude by rail and what might happen with curtailment in the future or some of these new plants coming on board, we really are very optimistic about how we are going to finish up this year.”