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Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground
« on: March 26, 2020, 06:58:00 PM »
Among the many curious practices of the All About Receiving Cash sect was that of sending "clients" down to the Talbott behaviour modification program in Atlanta, Ga.  Readers of these fora will be well familiar with Talbott:

"Throughout his tenure, Talbott's programs have been troubled with high failure rates — most notably a high prevalence of suicides. In one four-year period, according to the Atlanta Journal and Constitution, five health care professionals committed suicide at Ridgeview, one of Talbott's programs. But this was only the tip of the iceberg; according to the paper: "At least 20 doctors, nurses and other health professionals who have gone through the Ridgeview Institute's nationally acclaimed treatment program over the past 12 years have killed themselves since leaving the hospital.""

Among those sent on a Georgian holiday was Jack Ebbels.  Apparently the fact that he was pushing sixty years of age was no impediment to the adolescent "treatment" program lending hand to Mr. Ebbels.

Now why would All About Receiving Cash be involved with poor ol' Jack and his disease?

Apparently he was on the receivng end of lots of love from the Great Calgarians™ of Calgary's oil and gas sector:

"A graduate memorial scholarship in natural resource management is being established at the University of Victoria’s School of Public Administration in memory of the late Jack Ebbels, a long-time BC public servant.

Ebbels served in the BC public service for over 25 years, overseeing BC’s northeast oil and gas exploration and acting as BC’s chief counsel and chief negotiator for the Nisga’a Treaty.

At the time of his accident he was an active member of the Alberta Energy and Resources Conservation Board.
The petroleum industry quickly organized significant funds for this important scholarship. Donations from Nexen, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd, Devon Canada, Shell Canada, Enbridge, Cenovus, Encana, Pembina Pipelines, Pengrowth, Spectra Canada, Marathon Oil Canada, BP Canada Energy Company, Kinder Morgan Foundation, Progress Exploration, TransCanada Pipelines, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, the Energy Resource Conservation Board and a large number of private donors including the Ebbels family established an endowment of over $125,000 with the first award to be presented to a UVic student in the fall of 2010."

Here's a slightly different take on Mr. Ebbels' "cand-do" approach to oil and gas activity:
"They made Jack Ebbels deputy Minister of Oil and Gas and he is taking bribes from those guys from Calgary to get deals on oil and gas rights"
The investigator said

"How do you know that?

The mining entrepreneur said:
"I know is because the guys from Calgary who are paying the bribes tell me"

Jackie, we hardly knew ye!

"AARC will go on serving youth and families as long as it will be needed, if it keeps open to God for inspiration" Dr. F. Dean Vause Executive Director

MR. NELSON: Mr. Speaker, AADAC has been involved with
assistance in developing the program of the Alberta Adolescent
Recovery Centre since its inception originally as Kids of the
Canadian West."
Alberta Hansard, March 24, 1992