Skip to comments.Chairman of Paul Martin company that accepted Saddam’s million worked for Power Corp.
Posted on 04/25/2005 9:18:51 AM PDT by MikeEdwards
The former chairman of the Prime Minister Paul Martin-owned company that accepted $1 million from Saddam Hussein, worked with Martin at the Paul Desmarais-owned Power Corporation.
William Turner was chairman of Cordex Petroleums Inc., an oil and gas exploration and production company based in Alberta with an American subsidiary in Denver, Colo.
Listed among Martins Public Declaration of Declarable Assets submitted to the Federal Ethics Committee are his 100 percent ownership of both Canada Steamship Lines and Canada Steamship Lines Group Inc., which owns 4.6 percent of Cordex Petroleums Inc.
Martins mentor and senior aide to UN Secretary Kofi Annan admitted on Thursday that Tongsun Park, the Korean accused by U.S. federal authorities of illegally acting as an Iraqi agent, invested in Cordex, the company he owned with his son in 1997.
"When former Power Corp. President Maurice Strong left to head up the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) in Ottawa, William Turner and Martin teamed up as president and vice president, respectively." (Bill Rodgers, Sun Media, Sept. 14, 2003).
Turner, a protégé of Strongs, was one of the first NGO leaders selected for funding by Strong, and sat on the Foundation Board of the World Economic Forum.
"NGOs were funded by the Canadian government . . . . .
(Excerpt) Read more at canadafreepress.com ...
dig deeper...Chretien is tied in somehow too...the excrement is entering the inlet nozzle to the turbine...
Is William Turner related to Ted Turner?
Power Corp...sounds like "Evilcon"
Keep an eye on this Maurice Strong, one of Kofi's buds.
Maurice Strong is a senior advisor to United Nations' Secretary General Kofi Annan. Annan has appointed Strong to lead U.N. reforms, positioning him to be the next U.N. Secretary General. But placing Strong in charge of U.N. reform could pose a significant threat to the American way of life as Strong has used his position to centralize power in the U.N. at the expense of national sovereignty.
IIRC, Strong was the chief architect of the Kyoto Protocols.
I'm looking for more. This is an interesting link...
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