FACILITATING THE SEPARATION OF QUÉBEC
Simmonds was not the type of RCMP Commissioner that Mulroney needed. For Mulroney was empowered to destroy the country and to destroy the country he had to build a fund that would finance the separation of Quebec. As we know, he brought in his friend Lucien Bouchard to lead the project: by adding five percent to the contracts and getting his team in position within the RCMP so that they could peddle drugs, the fund grew to such an extent that when he left power there was sufficient money to continue playing the game from behind the scenes.
What we have today is Mulroney's plan: one truly National Party, the Liberals, with the most hated politician in Québec as its head, Jean Chrétien. Next you have Lucien Bouchard leading the Official Opposition with the biggest block of Separatists ever; and last you have Preston Manning, leading a Reform Party - one gang that says, 'We're leaving,' and the other one that says, 'Go to hell.'
Kralik: To facilitate the split?
Kealey: To facilitate the split because this is what is required. You cannot integrate Canada and the United States as long as Québec is there. Step number one is the separation of Quebec by 1995. Step number two is, sadly, to merge the rest of Canada with the United States. Shelley Ann Clark says the material she saw at the Trade Negotiations Office cited Canada as a fifty-first state. Other CIA agents I know have stated fifty-first, fifty-second, fifty-third, and fifty-fourth states: the Maritimes, Ontario, the prairies, British Columbia with the Northern Territories - four states. The third step is a revolution by the Cree of Northern Québec against a separate Québec - saying we're not going!
Kralik: A smoke screen?
Kealey: While the natives don't know the game, their leaders must certainly know where they are going. More likely than not, they would have been bought off. The natives themselves have no way of fighting back. Québec cabinet ministers want to buy helicopters because that is the only effective military vehicle for that kind of war, to put the natives in their place. In all likelihood the United Nations would be called in under the pretext of 'protecting' the indigenous peoples of Northern Québec from the 'oppressive' Québécois who want them to be a part of an independent Québec. Blue berets will be placed on the heads of whom? Most likely, the soldiers located at Fort Drum, across the bridge from Kingston. Fort Drum is the largest military establishment in the US, with a ground surface larger than Metro Toronto, supposedly there for desert and jungle warfare training, but really to control the subversive elements in Canada, and specifically the Cree in the north.
First, they overwhelm the Cree in the far North. Then they get their hands on James Bay. Québec is shrunken down to its 1867 boundaries - five hundred miles long, a hundred miles north to south along the St. Lawrence River.
Now they have a hand on the hydro switch: they build the Grand Canal with the water moving not through Québec but around Québec: Québec becomes an island surrounded by the United States of North America. The water is not free-flowing; and is, therefore, a 'good' under GATT and the North American Free Trade Agreement. So it becomes saleable and controllable, but under the agreements we must give the US always at least what they feel is necessary for their purposes. We can increase the supply in gas and water but we can never cut back. We can never get back what we are giving away. During a crisis, we would have to beg them to rescue us, and in that situation we would, in all likelihood, be treated like Louisiana or some of the poorer states of the US.