|British Columbia Investment Mgt Corp|
Seven of the 10 highest-paid public servants in B.C., ... work for just one agency: the B.C. Investment Management Corporation,
Doug Pearce, who in the Editors opinion looks remarkably like a Pig, was the man in charge when agents of BCIMC engineered the criminal conspiracy to loot the property of the English family and someone, probably an insider with BCIMC, attempted to murder Jack English because he blew the whistle on BCIMC corruption.
At the same time, a person on welfare in British Columbia gets a meagre $600 a month and must pay huge sales taxes on almost everything he or she buys to support Pigs.
Darryl Jones (photo not yet available) the former Vice President of Piggies Palace in charge of Research and Risk Measurement, earned a huge sum of $866365. Daryl Jones has retired now and is living in luxury while others live in poverty in British Columbia and, after goons working for BCIMC, unlawfully forced the English family from their home at gunpoint.
Bryan Thomson, in charge of Equity Investments at BCIMC earned a huge salary of $816,993 while British Columbia has the highest rate of child poverty in Canada.
Bryan Thomson smiles and laughs while children live in poverty because people like Bryan Thomson are living high on public funds and there is no money to relieve child poverty. Well done, ...Bryan.
|The Unknown BCIMC Pig|
Dean Atkins, the BCIMC Senior Vice President of Mortgages, took home only $745,293 less than half of the what Doug Pearce but over 100 times more that his fellow citizens on welfare are paid. Dean Atkins photo is also unavailable bout sources say he too looks like a Pig.
|Mary Garden on|
British Columbia now has two Piggy Palaces.
One is the internationally acclaimed Piggies Palace and Pig Farm where Willie Pickton murdered, butchered and fed to his pigs the bodies of over sixty women who were killed for sport and entertainment and the other is the corporate offices of British Columbia Investment Management Corporation where the murdering, slaughtering and butchering is less direct but not less effective.
|Robert Des Trois Maison|