November 28, 2015

The Ezra Levant Show: Best of... Alberta NDP's anti-farm Bill 6

Rebel Staff
 

The Alberta NDP's bizarre new law, Bill 6, will make family farms adhere to union rules designed for 9 to 5 white collar workers.

It really shows how out of touch these politicians are, and how hostile they are to their own province's culture.

Does anyone remember when the NDP was the party of the working man...?



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commented 2015-11-29 12:11:08 -0500
I get tired of hearing all this armchair jingoism from fair weather patriots. Any talk of armed conflict or street revolt is, well frankly, stupid. It shows me cheerleaders for civil war have not learned from the losing conflicts around the globe – armed revolts rarely succeed ( from the roman slave rebellion to Masada to the 3 English revolts, power always prevails) – you have to go back 200yrs to find any that did and after the French and US revolts most uprisings following these have failed -how’d the CSA fair in the US revolt? Czech revolt? Kosovo? Bosnia? Lebanon? Syria? Failures because of lack of cohesive cause and insufficient military professionalism and ordnance. That, plusthe fact soft Canadians have no stomach for the realities of civil war; the starvation, bitter fighting, subsistence living and mobility demands not to mention the deadly pushback from a threatened tyrant – just plain stupid to talk this way.

It is almost impossible to get people coordinated in armed revolts they simply are not soldiers – you need to look at the winners in the revolution game, the soft revolutionaries – the Russian democrats and Polish democrats (Yeltsin and Walesa) who realized the best way to take down a kleptocratic socialist regime is to cut off its blood supply – extorted taxes and productivity – general strikes and tax revolts will cripple any revenue-dependent klepto-collectivist regime. Tax revolts and productivity strikes work if only 10-20% of the productive class went on strike and tax withholding the government would be forced to the bargaining table because of zero revenue flow and massive entitlement liabilities . Deprive a rogue government of its operational revenues and it is powerless – can’t pay police, military and other coercive forces used for continuity of state oppression. Yeltsin and Walesa bloodless coup by the disenfranchised electorate against the largest most despotic klepto-socialist state on earth.

Then again there is little hope of even seeing this level of principled civil disobedience because organizing independent minded people is like herding cats.
commented 2015-11-28 22:34:27 -0500
When the support system for civil society fails – industries, utilities, government – fails, then the path to anarchy is assured. In the meantime, prepare for the shenanigans that will come with the next election. The WR will be widely supported, but the NDP, and their fellow travellers, will engage in all sorts of dirty tricks to diminish their popular support. If the WR hold fast with their support, the tricks will ratchet up: thugs attacking WR rallies, campaign offices being torched, candidates assaulted, etc. This is the true face of progressives when they are frothing at the mouth, knowing that they really did get it wrong. Like rabid dogs, they will reveal the depths of their insanity and do everything they can to win the support of every perverted constituency out there. Brothels and public prostitution everywhere? Why not? Public nudity encouraged? Distracting for sure. Lowering the age of consent to six years to appeal to the pederasts? They will do it. Offer criminals early release for their votes? That’ll work. Before long, the horde of perverts and malcontents will ruin any semblance of decent society, driving the decent, reasonable, and fair into hiding. This is what the next election will look like. Anything goes.
commented 2015-11-28 21:51:36 -0500
i see the seething anger toward this political system reaching a boiling point ready to explode. absolute total devastation will be a direct result of a politically engineered collapse of the economy. our population has worked our asses off to support an economy that sadly is ruled by greedy tyrants. when the proverbial shit hits the fan all the tree hugging ecofascists will be hiding in their tax payer paid for bunkers while the rest of the world descends into a road warrior mad max dystopia. they are shutting down our farming industry, oil industry and our power grid, what is going to be next?. i hate to say it but we as a “supposed civil society” are not magically beyond using lesser than diplomatic solutions if necessary to deal with this threat. we ether need to kick the NDP out or an armed insurrection needs to ensue. it should be our way or the highway. we are the boss of them not the other way around and since so many thousands of albertans unduly got their pink slips it is now time to give the government theirs since they created this in the first place.
commented 2015-11-28 21:00:29 -0500
MARTY ASHFIELD

Considering the situation in the US right now, where their cultural war is reaching the boiling point, we would be wise to watch and learn from their experience. And we can gain much by allying ourselves with those in the Red States who seek to preserve proper values, unsullied by the perversions wrought by progressives. But Canada will have to fall to its knees before there will ever be action. Once the lines of the unemployed are so long, the economy completely shot, and the GDP halved, then anger toward progressives will reach a fever pitch. We can find friends in the US Red States and ask them for support. And we should also consider reaching out to Putin. Russia is not our enemy; they are our allies.

But now is the time to prepare for the moment Canada lurches into the abyss. That will be the moment to strike.
commented 2015-11-28 19:08:17 -0500
I think we need a civil war in Canada.
How else are we to fight against the likes of Trudeau, Wynne, and Notley? The shiny Pony is in Paris giving away something like $2.5 billion to climate change. Money that will go a hell of a long way to fight ISIS and the likes. BUT NO, not this asshole and not the lesbian Wynne and not the complete nut job Notley.
These traitors will bring Canada down to its knees if something is not done and quick.
commented 2015-11-28 18:01:56 -0500
KEITH BARNES

Troubles in Alberta can and will spill over into other political spheres. We know that JT represents, in the minds of many progressives, a step toward central-planning, central-control, central-everything. In other words, more power for Ottawa (Toronto) and less for everyone else. Across the other regions, there may also be movements forming in other regions, other than Alberta. Speaking of Alberta only, we already know Notley has over-played her hand in the expectation that her reforms will work, provided that the price of oil reaches $68/bbl. It will not happen. The deficit will explode, the population will, either, decline or fall into poverty and government-assistance. When the provincial GDP collapses by 25% or more, the end will be nigh for the NDP. It’s then we will see just how low progressives will go to hold onto power. They will reveal their true selves: feral, vicious, perverted, and insane. It’s best to prepare and get ready for the war to come.
commented 2015-11-28 16:22:58 -0500
+Dave Grohn.
I think we need an uncivil war in Canada, especially against, you know who!
commented 2015-11-28 16:21:37 -0500
DAVE GROHN

Where there are cultural wars, armed conflict in civil wars are the only solution to righting the perversions wrought by progressives. Their twisted, demented world-view is harmful to everyone and must be wiped out, its practitioners crushed.

Notley’s antics are only the beginning – who knows what other forms of crazy she will push before the next election. I can imagine she will be so desperate by then to gerrymander the ridings map, finding all kinds of ways to decrease the number of rural ridings. Doubling up on the number of urban ridings anyone? And not just redistribution plans, but also plans to steal the election. Why? Because Alberta will effectively become a two-party state at that time. I predict the WR will easily have better than 60% by then, with the NDP lagging. Then will do anything to hold onto power and push their weirdo policies.

The next election will be bitter, extremely hostile, and, surprisingly, very violent. We may see political assassinations for the first time in Canada.
commented 2015-11-28 15:59:20 -0500
i think we need a civil war in this province.