Giant salmon farm in Belfast? Story heats up



Greetings.  Below and attached you will find this week’s Bricks and Mortars column: “The Deloitte Report.”  Please feel free to forward, share and post this column as you wish.


Thank you,

Lawrence

The Deloitte Report


Bricks and Mortars

Lawrence Reichard


On June 26 I made a Maine Freedom of Access Act request for all emails between the City of Belfast and Nordic Aquafarms CEO Erik Heim for January 1, 2017 through June 25, 2018, and on July 31, I requested all emails between the City and Deloitte, a global consulting company hired by the City to report on the financial viability and environmental sustainability of Nordic’s plans to build one of the world’s biggest salmon farms in Belfast.


The emails are mostly between Heim, City Manager Joseph Slocum and Economic Development Director Thomas Kittredge. Some of the emails discuss Belfast opposition to Nordic, but initially Heim and Slocum agree that opposition is minimal, and everything seems fine until March 26, 2018.


Then things start to heat up. In a March 26 email to Heim, Slocum, who seems to be feeling pressure from Nordic opponents, writes: “Perhaps it would be a good idea for the City to hire an independent consultant in Norway to attest to financial issues.” Then there’s nothing for four days.


Then on March 30 at 1:18 a.m. Norway time (7:18 p.m. March 29 in Belfast), Heim received an email from Kittredge requesting Nordic financial records and links to news articles on Nordic’s “capital raises.”


Fourteen hours later, March 30 at 9:21 a.m. Belfast time, Heim sends a long email with 15 bullet points to Slocum and Kittredge. The email expresses concern over requests for more financial information. “We are somewhat surprised by the fact that the city is asking for financial records and documentation of investment activity at this late stage, particularly with no good explanation of what is behind this. We have been told that resistance is limited to a few people, so why this move now?”


Bullet #1: “Why is this issue coming up now after signing of the land property agreements and our investment of several hundred thousand dollars so far?”


Bullet #14: “…we need to consider if proceeding in Belfast involves us being dragged into a public financial due diligence process…If local resistance is being turned against us as a company, then we are forced to do a new assessment of the Belfast track.”


Bullet #15: “It is important to clarify expectations now, before we proceed with further investments in Belfast.”


Nordic’s suspicions were well founded. Opposition in Belfast was mounting. A budding opposition was raising the prospect of Nordic building the fish farm and then selling it. And in the face of requests for more financial information, Nordic was threatening to pull out of a possible $500 million investment – a project the size of Bath Iron Works that would likely yield millions of dollars a year in tax revenue and perhaps relieve pressure from Belfast homeowners who have faced steady property tax increases.


At 12:16 p.m. Slocum replies. “I just got in the office, as I had to be elsewhere this morning. We would like to talk with you today if possible. Can you call us sometime after 1:30pm our time today?”


At 12:33 Heim replies, “I can call you at 1:30. Let me know if this is OK.” At 12:40 Slocum replies: “Yes 1:30 pm our time will be perfect.” End of email thread.


At 2:14 p.m., 44 minutes after the agreed-upon time for the phone call, Heim sent Slocum and Kittredge contact information for Anders Gjendemsjo, whom Heim describes as “practice leader for Deloitte Seafood in Norway.” Heim assures Slocum and Kittredge that “Deloitte is highly professional and will give an objective assessment of our company.”


But there are problems.


On July 30, Slocum told me Nordic played no role in the hiring of Deloitte, which had previously done auditing work for Nordic’s Denmark operations and had written positively about Nordic in at least two prior reports.


Then Slocum called me back hours later and said that Nordic CEO Erik Heim had in fact suggested Deloitte, and a particular person at Deloitte, but that was after he, Slocum, had already decided on Deloitte.


So, on March 26 Slocum raises with Heim the idea of hiring a consultant, and on March 30, Heim suggests Deloitte – after Slocum had, according to Slocum, already chosen Deloitte.


On July 30 and August 13, Slocum told me he looked around for a consulting company and found Deloitte. “And so I did ask Erik, because I saw him,” Slocum told me August 13. “I said, ‘Do you know anybody over there?’ And he sent me the contact information. I called him, I saw him and said, ‘I’m looking at these people; they look pretty good to me; do you have a contact there?’”


Well, we know Slocum didn’t call Heim, because Slocum told me August 13 he couldn’t make international calls, and the emails support that. And on August 13, Slocum twice said he saw Heim and asked him about Deloitte.


But the scores of emails have many references to various Heim visits to Maine – there are many exchanges about schedules, weather, delays and other travel-related issues. There are references to Heim visits to Maine in January and February. And there is an email exchange March 22, but there is no mention in any email of any visit between March 26 and March 30. So how did Slocum see Heim between March 26 and March 30? Was Heim in Maine between March 26 and March 30? There is no indication in the emails that he was. Phone calls placed to Slocum and Heim on the afternoon of August 13 were not returned by press time August 14.


But there are various emails, cited above, that refer to a phone call to be placed by Heim to Slocum at 1:30 p.m. on March 30, at a time when Nordic was essentially threatening to pull out of Belfast. And 44 minutes later Heim sent Slocum a Deloitte contact.


On May 4, Slocum sent Heim a copy of his April 11 introductory email to Deloitte, which outlined what Belfast wanted in the report it was seeking. Slocum sent this to the subject of the report Belfast was seeking. In the email to Heim, Slocum writes: “I am confident we will get positive feedback from them.” Heim suggested Deloitte. Deloitte had done work for Nordic. Deloitte had on at least two occasions written positively about Nordic. And Slocum gave Heim information on what Deloitte would be looking for. Yes, I too would be confident of getting positive feedback. Who wouldn’t?


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Video recording of Chris Hedges talk in Blue Hill


WERU Radio made a video recording of the Chris Hedges talk presented by Americans Who Tell The Truth on Aug. 11.

An audio recording will be made available on the WERU website at some point.


Chris Hedges in Blue Hill

On the eve of the release of his newest book, America: The Farewell Tour, Pulitzer Prize winning author and activist Chris Hedges spoke on Saturday, August 11th at 7 p.m. at the Bagaduce Music Lending Library, Blue Hill.  It was a full and enthusiastic house!

VIEW THE VIDEO RECORDING OF CHRIS HEDGES’S TALK.  Audio from the event will be aired on WERU at a later date, yet to be determined.

The event was presented by Americans Who Tell the Truth and co-sponsored by WERU, Blue Hill Books, Reversing Falls Sanctuary, Peninsula Peace & Justice, Island Peace & Justice, Veterans for Peace and Peninsula Indivisible.






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Cecile Richards, August 21, Blue Hill, Standing Up, Speaking Out


CECILE RICHARDS and ROB SHETTERLY
Tuesday August 21
6 p.m. book signing, 7 p.m. presentation
Emlen Hall at The Bay School, South Street, Blue Hill



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Fwd: , This World Humanitarian Day make your selfie count




Visit this powerful website for more information on the #NotATarget campaign: https://www.worldhumanitarianday.org/en 


Sharing a selfie for this petition is pretty easy to do. — JR


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This World Humanitarian Day, we continue to recognize the suffering of millions of civilians caught in conflict. People in cities and towns struggle to find food, water and safe shelter, while fighting drives millions of people from their homes. Schools are destroyed, children are being recruited and forced to fight, and women are being abused and used as tools of war. As humanitarian workers deliver aid and medical workers help the wounded and sick, they are directly targeted, treated as threats, and prevented from bringing relief and care to people in desperate need.
 
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Chris Hedges to speak in Blue Hill, Saturday 7 p.m.


Chris Hedges at Bagaduce Music Lending Library, Blue Hill, 7pm on Saturday, August 11th.  
The Library auditorium is at 49 South St., Blue Hill.


Pulitzer Prize Author/activist Chris Hedges to Speak In Blue Hill
 
On the eve of the release of his newest book, America:The Farewell Tour, Chris Hedges will  speak at the Bagaduce Music Lending Library in Blue Hill  at 7pm on Saturday, August 11th.  The Library auditorium is at 49 South St., Blue Hill.
 
The Americans Who tell the Truth project is bringing Mr. Hedges to Blue Hill. Robert Shetterly, who painted Hedges’ portrait in 2009, will interview him about his new book and his past writing Chris Hedges is one of this country’s most outspoken and prominent critics of corporate, media and military power and how they have diminished both the reality and possibility of democracy.  In his many books and his weekly column for Truthdig.com  he has tried to alert Americans to the urgency of the damage being done to our political and environmental future by the elites. 
 
Among Hedges’ many books are : War is a Force that Gives us Meaning; Empire of Illusion; Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt;  Death of the Liberal Class; Losing Moses on the Freeway.
 
Chris Hedges’ appearance is being co-sponsored by Blue Hill Books (books will be available for signing), WERU, Reversing Falls Sanctuary, Peninsula Peace and Justice, Island Peace and Justice,  Veterans for Peace,  and Peninsula Indivisible.  
 
The event is free and open to the public. Donations to Americans Who Tell the Truth will be accepted.




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Cecile Richards, Standing Up, Speaking Out, Blue Hill Aug. 21




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From: Robert Shetterly <robert@americanswhotellthetruth.org>
Subject: Press for Cecile Richards
Date: August 1, 2018 at 7:48:38 PM EDT
To: Judy Robbins <judy@robbinsandrobbins.com>





Robert Shetterly 

Americans Who Tell the Truth


Peninsula Peace & Justice
P.O. Box 1257
Blue Hill ME 04614


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As Long As Assange Is Silenced, Claims Against Him Are Illegitimate



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From: Caitlin Johnstone <donotreply@wordpress.com>
Subject: [New post] As Long As Assange Is Silenced, Claims Against Him Are Illegitimate
Date: July 31, 2018 at 8:58:54 PM EDT




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Fwd: Do not believe reports of peaceful interception on Boats to Gaza


The email address for Secretary Pompeo is not receiving emails. 

Here is an alternative way for people to express their views:


Update follows:


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From: 2018 Sail to Gaza <2018sailtogaza@gmail.com>
Subject: FFC Hijacked Passengers Jailed
Date: July 30, 2018 at 11:33:44 AM EDT


                      

last group photo sent from Al Awda (The Return).
For Immediate Release, Monday July 30, 2018 15:00 CEST.

Two people from Al Awda (The Return) have been released, but most of the crew and participants are still in unlawful detention at Givon prison in Israel. We are still gravely concerned for their safety and well-being as we had no contact with most of them as of 14:00 CEST today. We continue to demand that our boat and the medical supplies on board reach their rightful recipients, Palestinian civil society in Gaza.

Although the Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) claim that the capture of our vessel happened ‘without exceptional incident’, eye-witness Zohar Chamberlain Regev reports that at the time of boarding: “People on board were tasered and hit by masked IOF soldiers. We did not get our passports or belongings before we got off the boat. Do not believe reports of peaceful interception.” We urgently need to know the details of who was injured and how seriously, and what treatment they are receiving, if any. A military attack on a civilian vessel is a violent act and a violation of international law. Taking 22 people from international waters to a country which is not their destination constitutes an act of kidnapping, which is also unlawful under the international Convention of the Law of Sea.
From the time we lost contact around 13:15 local time on Sunday, we know that the IOF blocked all communication signals, including satellite phones. We are very concerned about this violation of journalists’ right to report freely and we remain gravely concerned about their ability to keep their professional equipment and their storage media. As Australian journalist Chris Graham recently observed “Bad things happen when good people stay silent, as history well records. But horrendous things happen when media are prevented from scrutinizing the actions of a state.”
Two of our participants, Zohar Chamberlain Regev and Yonatan Shapira, Israeli citizens, have been charged with attempting to enter Gaza and conspiracy to commit a crime, and were released on bail last night.  Boat leader, Zohar Chamberlain Regev, reports seeing blood on the deck of the Al Awda as the last participants were being dragged off the ship.
In comparison with the violence routinely directed at Palestinian civilians, including at fishers from Gaza, and the violent capture of Palestinian fishing boats, yesterday’s seizure and kidnapping may not be the most serious of Israeli crimes. What these violents acts have in common is that there is no accountability demanded by other governments and Israel continues to enjoy total impunity.
We call on national governments, civil society and international organizations to demand that Israeli authorities immediately release our boat so that we can deliver our much-needed medical supplies on 
Al Awda and the fishing boat itself to the rightful recipients in Gaza. Detailed specification of our exact cargo on board are available on request.
Israel’s capture of the lead boat in this Gaza-bound flotilla may seem like a predictable outcome to some, but that doesn’t make it any less violent nor any less illegal. Our second boat 
Freedom will follow Al Awda within a day or two, and the Freedom Flotilla will continue until the blockade ends and Palestinians of Gaza regain their full freedom of movement.

Details about detainees still in prison, including their last videos and personal statements, can be found on our website and Facebook pages.

Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State

Tel: +1 202 647 4000 (ask for Israel & Palestine desk, and American Citizen Services, and/or Operations Center
Twitter: @SecPompeo

Also call: 
US Embassy in Israel
U.S. Embassy Jerusalem
14 David Flusser
Jerusalem 9378322, Israel
Phone: 02-630-4000 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer)
@usembassyjlm

Branch Office Tel Aviv
71 HaYarkon Street
Tel Aviv 6343229, Israel

Phone: 03-519-7575 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer) 


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Contact Kit Kittredge at marnykit@gmail.com: $20 + $5 postage. Specify white or grey, round-neck or V-neck, and size: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
 


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Letter to Secty State Pompeo re Israeli hijacking of Freedom Flotilla


Here’s Rob Shetterly’s letter, followed by a few ##/addresses. Please take time to write or call if you agree that U.S. must protest this illegal seizure of aid. — J.R.




12:57 PM (0 minutes ago)

to pompeom
Dear Secretary of State Mike Pompeo,


As I write this the ship Al Awda (The Return) of the Freedom Flotilla Coalition is being intercepted in international waters by the Israeli Occupation forces.
This ship is carrying desperately needed medical supplies to Gaza.  

As you know Israeli forces attacked hundreds of non-violent Gazans protesting the horrible conditions they are being forced to live in by the illegal occupation and blockade of their territory. Many were killed and thousands injured.  These medical supplies are an attempt at a humane response to those criminal acts. 

To intercept the ship in international waters is piracy.
The US Department of State must make clear to Israel this this violent seizure of medical supplies is unacceptable and must demand that they be delivered.

I have traveled twice to Palestine and seen first hand the conditions under which Palestinians are being forced to live, the daily discrimination and violence. It’s time for the US to put its “values”  ahead of its ‘interests.” Without those values, the interests are blatant hypocrisy.

Sincerely,
Robert Shetterly
Brooksville, ME 


Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State
Tel: +1 202 647 4000 (ask for Israel & Palestine desk, and American Citizen Services, and/or Operations Center
 Twitter: @SecPompeo

Also call: 
US Embassy in Israel
U.S. Embassy Jerusalem
Jerusalem 9378322, Israel
Phone: 02-630-4000 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer)
@usembassyjlm

Branch Office Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv 6343229, Israel

Phone: 03-519-7575 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer)

                      

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  29 July, 2018 13:15pm CEST
The motor vessel Al Awda (The Return), traveling in international waters towards Palestinian waters, 49 nautical miles from the port in Gaza City, has been contacted by the Israeli Occupation Forces navy and warned. The Israeli navy claims our ship is breaking international law and threatens that they will use “any measures necessary” to stop us. In fact, the only “necessary measures”  would be to end the blockade of Gaza and restore freedom of movement for all Palestinians. At last news from on board, Al Awda maintains her course towards Gaza, where the crew and participants hope to arrive this evening around 21:00 local time. 
A number of warships have appeared, so an attack, boarding and capture appear to be imminent, and we anticipate that all communications with the vessel will be lost shortly. 
Al Awda is sailing under a Norwegian flag, carrying 22 people and a cargo of medical supplies, including #Gauze4Gaza. Passengers and crew on board are from 16 nations, including human rights supporters, journalists and crew, along with €13,000 worth of urgently needed medical supplies. The boat itself, a former fishing vessel from Norway, is a gift to Palestinian fishers in Gaza.
Four boats left Scandinavia in mid-May and have since stopped in 28 ports building support for a ‘Just Future for Palestine’, that demands Israel end its ongoing breaches of international law and the twelve-year blockade of Gaza, thereby enabling the only closed port in the Mediterranean to open and for people to have their right to freedom of movement. 
Al Awda is being followed by the Swedish-flagged yacht. 
Freedom, which is also carrying medical supplies along with people from a number of nations. We anticipate that it will reach a similar area where the IOF attacked Al Awda within the next two days. Two smaller sailing boats that travelled from Scandinavia and sailed through the canal system in Netherlands, Belgium and France visiting inland ports, participated in the mission until Palermo.
“The Freedom Flotilla Coalition calls on the Norwegian Government, the national governments of those aboard Al Awda and the Freedom, other national governments, and relevant international organizations to act immediately.”  said Torstein Dahle of Ship to Gaza Norway, part of the Freedom Flotilla Coalition. “The international community must assume its responsibilities and demand that Israeli authorities ensure the safety of those on board, the speedy delivery of our gifts to the Palestinian people in Gaza, an end to the illegal blockade of Gaza,  and to stop impeding our legal right of innocent passage to Gaza to deliver our gift of much-needed medical supplies”.

More information about the ‘Right to a Just Future for Palestine’ flotilla and the FFC: 
For US citizens, please call the US Department of State and demand that the State of Israel be held accountable for piracy–and demand that the medical supplies for Gaza on Al Awda be sent from Ashdod harbor to Gaza as provided by international law. 

Call/email/tweet for release of US participant Joe Meadors

Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State
Tel: +1 202 647 4000 (ask for Israel & Palestine desk, and American Citizen Services, and/or Operations Center
 Twitter: @SecPompeo

Also call: 
US Embassy in Israel
U.S. Embassy Jerusalem
Jerusalem 9378322, Israel
Phone: 02-630-4000 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer)
@usembassyjlm

Branch Office Tel Aviv
Tel Aviv 6343229, Israel

Phone: 03-519-7575 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer)



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Fwd: FFC Boat Hijacked!




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From: 2018 Sail to Gaza <2018sailtogaza@gmail.com>
Subject: FFC Boat Hijacked!
Date: July 29, 2018 at 11:34:21 AM EDT


                      

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE  29 July, 2018 13:15pm CEST
The motor vessel Al Awda (The Return), traveling in international waters towards Palestinian waters, 49 nautical miles from the port in Gaza City, has been contacted by the Israeli Occupation Forces navy and warned. The Israeli navy claims our ship is breaking international law and threatens that they will use “any measures necessary” to stop us. In fact, the only “necessary measures”  would be to end the blockade of Gaza and restore freedom of movement for all Palestinians. At last news from on board, Al Awda maintains her course towards Gaza, where the crew and participants hope to arrive this evening around 21:00 local time. 
A number of warships have appeared, so an attack, boarding and capture appear to be imminent, and we anticipate that all communications with the vessel will be lost shortly. 
Al Awda is sailing under a Norwegian flag, carrying 22 people and a cargo of medical supplies, including #Gauze4Gaza. Passengers and crew on board are from 16 nations, including human rights supporters, journalists and crew, along with €13,000 worth of urgently needed medical supplies. The boat itself, a former fishing vessel from Norway, is a gift to Palestinian fishers in Gaza.
Four boats left Scandinavia in mid-May and have since stopped in 28 ports building support for a ‘Just Future for Palestine’, that demands Israel end its ongoing breaches of international law and the twelve-year blockade of Gaza, thereby enabling the only closed port in the Mediterranean to open and for people to have their right to freedom of movement. 
Al Awda is being followed by the Swedish-flagged yacht. 
Freedom, which is also carrying medical supplies along with people from a number of nations. We anticipate that it will reach a similar area where the IOF attacked Al Awda within the next two days. Two smaller sailing boats that travelled from Scandinavia and sailed through the canal system in Netherlands, Belgium and France visiting inland ports, participated in the mission until Palermo.
“The Freedom Flotilla Coalition calls on the Norwegian Government, the national governments of those aboard Al Awda and the Freedom, other national governments, and relevant international organizations to act immediately.”  said Torstein Dahle of Ship to Gaza Norway, part of the Freedom Flotilla Coalition. “The international community must assume its responsibilities and demand that Israeli authorities ensure the safety of those on board, the speedy delivery of our gifts to the Palestinian people in Gaza, an end to the illegal blockade of Gaza,  and to stop impeding our legal right of innocent passage to Gaza to deliver our gift of much-needed medical supplies”.

More information about the ‘Right to a Just Future for Palestine’ flotilla and the FFC: 
For US citizens, please call the US Department of State and demand that the State of Israel be held accountable for piracy–and demand that the medical supplies for Gaza on Al Awda be sent from Ashdod harbor to Gaza as provided by international law. 

Call/email/tweet for release of US participant Joe Meadors

Mike Pompeo, Secretary of State
Tel: +1 202 647 4000 (ask for Israel & Palestine desk, and American Citizen Services, and/or Operations Center
 Twitter: @SecPompeo

Also call: 
US Embassy in Israel
U.S. Embassy Jerusalem
14 David Flusser
Jerusalem 9378322, Israel
Phone: 02-630-4000 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer)
@usembassyjlm

Branch Office Tel Aviv
71 HaYarkon Street
Tel Aviv 6343229, Israel

Phone: 03-519-7575 (ask for Ambassador, American Citizen Services and/or Duty Officer)




Latest news on interception at sea:

http://english.pnn.ps/2018/07/29/freedom-flotilla-intercepted-by-israeli-navy/

https://www.timesofisrael.com/activists-say-boat-trying-to-break-gaza-blockade-seized-by-israeli-navy

https://www.maannews.com/Content.aspx?id=780540



 It’s not too late to get a T-shirt!
Contact Kit Kittredge at marnykit@gmail.com: $20 + $5 postage. Specify white or grey, round-neck or V-neck, and size: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
 


And please consider a donation to the flotilla for the medical supplies for Gaza stocked on our boats


Our fiscal sponsor is Nonviolence International, 501(c)(3), tax ID 52-164578. Donations can be made above or checks can be mailed to: 
2018 Boats to Gaza
c/o Nonviolence International 
4000 Albemarle Street, NW, Suite 401 
Washington, DC 20016


Follow our campaigns on Twitter @GazaFFlotilla
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