No. 208 – 55, 000 Tons of Ore in a Shift – The Hole Story by Richard Desjardins & Robert Monderie ( A film about the Canadian Mining & Expropriation Disaster and Wanton and Reckless and Ruthless Exploitation by THE AUTHORITIES and The ANONYMOUS Authors of Authoritative Authority Accorded and Mandated to Themselves by Themselves for Themselves).
The Master Blaster
Yet once again we can marvel at the Architecture of The CREATION of Wealth of and for The Common-Wealth and Stake-Holders and Allied Investors and Share-Holders by the Alien Architects of PROFIT without Borders or Concern or Remorse with the Blessings of the Muppets tirelessly watching the entire Spectacle in anticipation with glee and delight in Off-shore Homelands.
As always and as usual and as is customary and is the practice, colonizer and colonialists call the shots, are the authorities and authors of all and sundry authorizations and provisions and enactments and decrees and deeds which have all authorizations and permissions as well as prohibitions and By-Laws and permits and per-missions to aid in usurping fully and exporting the proceeds, and siphoning all remittances, as well as exploiting fully the local labour and labourers and not paying even a penny more or a penny less, and exploiting the land and leaving the mess behind for inhabitants and successive generations to come to terms with, under the terms and conditions of the contracts and bargains drawn up by the lawyers of the authorities who control from Off-Shore using off-shore banks to Siphon-away the Raw Materials and resources and funds to the controlling Head-Office using a cast of bonded and bound employees and officers like: The Eloquent Storyteller and Chairman, The Influential and Enigmatic CEO, The Chief Agent and General Manager of the Ambitious Enterprise, The Chief accountant (An efficient worker with an incredible habit of dressing up in pin-striped Black Suits and spotless white collared starched cotton shirts), The Brickmaker and Corporate Spy, The Pilgrims (The bumbling, greedy agents of the Central Station. They carry long wooden Staves & Stakes with them everywhere, reminding everyone of traditional religious travelers), The Traders, The Helmsmen, The Mistresses & Slaves, The Captains of the Steamers and Stewards, The Sailors, the Aunts and Uncles, and the Commissioners, never forgetting The Missionaries, The Ministers, The Administrators & Administrative Assistants & Secretaries, The Dons & The Undertakers and Trustees, and The Emissaries & Brokers, and Lastly THE PARLIAMENTS and The Houses of The Commoners.