The investment, which follows receipt of Commonwealth and State Government environmental approvals, has been approved by QGC’s parent company BG Group and the joint venture partners. In the meantime, BCIMC continues to hide from the truth but the international capital markets and their advisors are following developments on this site which is a testament to the duplicitous corruption that hides behind the faÃ§ade of respectability that BCIMC once enjoyed. Actual news stories fuel their Photoshop picture contests with scores of wacky pictures.
In the Editors opinion, the big crook in the deal is British Columbia Investment Management Corporation that controls $100 billion in British Columbia civil services pension funds that could soon be absolutely broke and without any money to pay pensions. Finally, 11 months after Jack English and this blog blew the whistle on the criminal conspiracy involving its CEO and long time boss, British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCIMC) has replaced Doug Pearce, (shown in photo on right) with a new face. Significantly increased investment in infrastructure has made the country a leader in transportation within Africa.
According to Bloomberg Businessweek, Gordon J. Fyfe has been President of Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investments) since October 2003 and its Chief Executive Officer since October 2003. Mr. Fyfe joined Public Sector Pension Investment Board (PSP Investm) from CDP Capital where he was President, World Markets, of the CDP division since March 2002 responsible for investing more than $70 billion in the world’s equity, bond, currency, commodity, and alternative product markets. This means that even property investment is still in the hands of foreign companies in South Africa.
The BC Hydro employees in question are alleged to have been part of the terrorist campaign of arson, destruction of property, and attempted murder burnings in order to assist British Columbia Investment Management Corporation (BCIMC) acquire valuable real estate owned by the English family at well below market values. Vancouver’s leading mainstream media, The Vancouver Sun reports that British Columbia Investment Management Corporation, BCIMC, boss, Doug Pearce, was paid the staggering of $1.2 million last year.
The Amazon in South America and the Congo Basin in Central Africa represent the world’s lungs to conserve the environment and biodiversity and they require special attention in the upcoming Paris Conference on climate change,” he said. The report on the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals in Equatorial Guinea has been delivered to this high-level conference for consideration.