A somewhat sadly humorous original music offering on the topic of Coal Exports and the related health hazards is brought to us as an opening for the Take Back Our Port Rally. Harvey Ostroff-BA., MA-Theatre, Educator / Playwright / Actor/ Workshop leader & artist. Harvey points out in this presentation how hypocritical it seems for officials to be hiring a blacklisted international company to review the environmental impact and health and safety of this port expansion project. Harvey Ostroff-BA., MA-Theatre, Educator / Playwright / Actor/ Workshop leader & artist. It is pointed out in this presentation how hypocritical it seems for officials to be hiring a blacklisted international company to review the environmental impact and health and safety of this port expansion project..
Link to article posted at the end of the above video clip: o.canada.com/news/snc-lavalin-canadian-companies-world-bank-blacklist/
More links here: The RCMP raided the Montreal headquarters of the engineering and construction giant in April as part of an investigation into $56 million in mysterious payments. One multimillion-dollar payment allegedly went to the family of former Tunisian dictator Zine el Abidine Ben Ali to win construction contracts in the North African country. news.nationalpost.com/2013/05/21/snc-lavalin-paid-6m-in-kickbacks-to-tunisian-presidents-son-in-law-rcmp/
The company also had ties to Libya's former dictator Moammar Gadhafi. thestar.com/news/canada/2013/05/23/snclavalin_offered_vp_post_to_moammar_gadhafis_son_in_2008.html
Stand-up people required to stop this madness and bring some integrity back to failing democratic systems most everywhere in these days of social decline where corporations control the masses.
Thanks for watching and doing what you can to make this a better world for all. Please visit the following sites for more information and to give support in protecting our health & environment.
Petition Site: dogwoodinitiative.org/beyondcoal/learn-more
More info found here. communitiesandcoal.com/
Link to UN page showing Canada at the bottom of the countries on environmental protection.
unpan.org/Regions/NorthAmerica/PublicAdministrationNews/tabid/118/mctl/ArticleView/ModuleId/1473/articleId/39652/Default.aspx

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