August 30, 2016

Brian Jean: Albertans “do not feel that our provincial government is on our side”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

Wildrose Party leader Brian Jean joined me on my show for an in-depth discussion about the NDP war on Albertans and why they feel for the first time, their provincial government is not on their side.

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commented 2016-08-31 18:22:28 -0400
Mark gray… I think your racist comment is twisted a little bit and I’m not sure why you did that… When the other member suggested to bring people of color to the front Brian said no and fired him because in his eyes all people are equal and people of color belong just as much at the back as they do at the front..
It seems like Brian Jean is playing no favorites in front of the camera or behind the scenes… I’m really not sure what you were trying to do with your spin on that topic like that.
commented 2016-08-31 14:44:55 -0400
And your part of that government. He against energy east. Why you ask? Because if the Ndp get energy east in before the election…. The Alberta Ndp will be re elected.
commented 2016-08-31 14:44:55 -0400
And your part of that government. He against energy east. Why you ask? Because if the Ndp get energy east in before the election…. The Alberta Ndp will be re elected.
commented 2016-08-31 03:04:01 -0400
So Brian just barely figured this out. Maybe it’s time someone sent him a copy of Sheila’s book. Unbelievable. No wonder were so screwed.
commented 2016-08-31 00:57:16 -0400
Do not feel or “do not believe”?

Stop using “feel” – start using “believe”.

This is not a touchy feely subject
commented 2016-08-30 18:40:21 -0400
Mark Gray commented – “That said, rule number one in a free country is never, ever, vote progressive. That eliminates the NDP, Greens, Liberals, and PROGRESSIVE conservatives.”

And that leaves exactly what? (he asks knowingly)
commented 2016-08-30 14:26:50 -0400
I think that the NDP would not have been elected if the liberals had ran a full slate of candidates. They had no candidate in over 50 ridings which liberals had nowhere to vote so voted NDP. I hope that the liberals will see fit to run a full slate of candidates which will split the NDP vote.
commented 2016-08-30 13:32:18 -0400
Brian Jean’s first act after being elected WR leader was to grovel in front of the media while kicking someone out of the party for a “racist” comment when that person suggested they get persons of colour in the front – in order to avoid media claims of racism. The media claimed ownership of him right then and there.
So when it comes to standing up to the media and defending Conservatives he is, and will likely continue to be, a gutless bitch.
That said, rule number one in a free country is never, ever, vote progressive. That eliminates the NDP, Greens, Liberals, and PROGRESSIVE conservatives.
commented 2016-08-30 13:30:36 -0400
Jean has his finger on the pulse of the electorate but he’s also an astute observer of globalist hegemony and its agents. The Notley dips are globalists, they do not consider Albertans to be their constituency and Alberta’s cultural and social institutions have to be eradicated and replaced because they are not in line with the template of global governance.

Hell yeah they are working against Alberta/Albertans – that’s what globalists do, they despise national and provincial sovereignty and self sustaining economics.
commented 2016-08-30 13:19:03 -0400
I hope you’re right Ezra in regards to the PCs and Wildrose still trouncing the NDP in a few years. I also hope they can cooperate if there is a minority government (with 3rd place NDP holding the balance of power with their few Edmonton seats).