But he did.
Was it the Raid on the BC Legislature over the "indiscretions" of two OIC appointees, Dave Basi and Bobby Virk that instilled in that Premier, that Disgraced Premier, Gordon Campbell, that the paper trail had to be DESTROYED. And, don't even think of getting us RILED up on the HST file with this Post.
Just look at the amount of Documents that the government of British Columbia was required to Disclose to the Defendants and their Lawyers! Documents that were proof read by Ken Dobell, Secretary of the Executive Council as to whether or not there was evidence within relating to the Raid.
The Raid was an Insult, and even more so, an Assault on our right to Freedom of Information, information that would go a long way to proving that all Governments are accountable for their planning and actions, and not adverstise, by insinuations that they are Open and Transparent. The BC Liberals don't even know what Open means, unless they're talking about their flies!
Over the past two weeks, the last couple of days, it's been revealed, obscurely, in a round about way, that Premier Christy Clark and her "Premier's Office" staff, routinely, as a matter of doing "business" NEVER kept a record of what they did, do. They shred everything. For instance, Disgraced Chief of Staff, Ken Boesnenkool's Resignation was the only document that has slipped through the veil of secrecy in recent times, since 2003. The resignation was never supposed to have been created. But it did. However with the Deputy Chief of Staff, Kim Haakstad's passing, all we know is, theoretically, that there was a Resignation, written, put on Premier Christy Clark's desk, and from their the mumbo jumbo started with a Press Release from Christy's henchmen, the Spin Doctors. We have to take Christy's word for it, when the Premier announced the firing of her long term friend and Advisor. We don't believer her, We don't believe Anything that Premier says. "I apologize" doesn't bit the bill in this instance, instances that are outright LIES..... like this:
And bless his little his heart, craving and crowing, all so that he can toot his little horn loudly just to prospective employers attention, to get a new job, a new start, a new beginning. Linkedin allows that, encourages that sort of information, and once that's been posted on the Internet.... it's there.
Linkedin permits embellishment of a resume, but outright lying...... it's out of bounds. Bonney states it plainly on what he did for the BC Liberals, but his former Employer doesn't know it (until now), and the BC Liberal Party is finding out NOW.
The time frame appears to be a touch confusing because it appears that Bonney was gainfully employed up and until, less than a month ago. Wouldn't be interesting to find emails between Bonney and his applications, written on Government Resources????
One other detail, last line..... goes along way to discredit Premier Christy Clark's assertion that there were ONLY three people hired to handle Multiculturalism .... there were SEVEN!
Director of Communications - MulticulturalismJust in case Bonney decides to Update his bio with less detail...... here's a ScreenShot of his boasting:
GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA - GCPE
November 2011 – February 2013 (1 year 4 months) Vancouver, BC
As Communications Director, Multiculturalism, I worked to promote government-wide (all ministries) activities in ethnic media and to ensure that communications planning across the government was responsive to the needs of ethnic media. In this position I oversaw a group of Media Relations Officers focused on ethnic media (Radio, print, television and online) as well as working with Community Liaison Officers. I was responsible for broad outreach and engagement for the Minister of State for Multiculturalism and was responsible to the ADM of Communications and Media Relations, GCPE, for activities undertaken to engage and communicate with ethnic media and stakeholders across the province.
• Created and built relationships with ethnic media across the province
• Oversaw all Government ethnic media relations and media monitoring
• Organized and delivered ethnic media and stakeholder roundtables
• Worked with Community Liaison Officers
• Oversaw the development of communications materials for multiculturalism events
• Vetted and approved invitations and plans for proposed events
• Liaison with the Premiers office for ethnic events and outreach
• Liaison with government advertising division for ethnic media plans and strategies
• Liaison with JTI communications staff on the delivery of responsibilities
• Managed seven staff