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#1 Terran

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Posted 22 January 2013 - 10:01 AM

Friends,

I have just finished reading Alexandra Morton's most recent entry, on her blog site. I felt it important to share here.

For anyone who wondered about the history of the Salmon Feedlot's and how they came to Canada, this article will certainly be "enlightening".

Would you believe it all started back in the 80's? Ever wonder why we lost the Government Hatcheries and the Salmon Enhancement Program? Have you wondered what the Government's "PLAN" might be?

Take the time to read through this information carefully. Ms. Morton has done a wonderful job of laying out the timeline and answering many questions.

See: Salmon Feedlots - this was no mistake - http://alexandramort...-a-mistake.html

Once you have read the history, consider what is taking place today. The past two Federal Omnibus Bills, the total disregard for public opinion - all in the "plan"?

See what you think.

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Posted 23 January 2013 - 10:42 PM

If anyone with half a brain reads the above article (and yes, it is longer than a convenient "sound bite" and deserves to be read) there is only one conclusion that can be reached IMHO. The BC government along with DFO were collectively hustled (or bought and paid for) by some VERY savvy, wealthy, and powerful Norwegians who have made buckets of cash while spreading diseases thruout the pristine BC archipelago.and its wild fish. Cooke Aquaculture has already infected many of our east coast waters. The decision is ours to throw these NDP bums out at the polls and get Cooke off the government teat..

Regards......
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