August 20, 2016

Crony ties bind tangled web of eco-extremists at ALL levels of government

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator
 

Tim Gray is Executive Director at Environmental Defence, another anti-oil, anti-pipeline activist group that recently posted an anti-Energy East article to their website. He’s also a panel member on Rachel Notley’s Oil Sands Advisory Group. 

Notley’s panel is full of activists with ulterior motives but it doesn’t end there. Environmental Defence is funded by Friends of the Greenbelt, an environmental group chaired by Rod Northey, who is a member on Catherine McKenna’s National Energy Board review panel.

Government on all levels is entangled in a web of environmental activism with a goal of destroying the oil and gas industry and stopping pipelines. We simply can’t ignore the ties and there is no end to the cronyism.

Tim Gray is Executive Director of an activist group that openly opposes the Energy East pipeline and now he’s gone from activist funded by eco-extremists, to government decision maker, thanks to Rachel Notley.

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commented 2016-08-22 22:25:07 -0400
We cannot unite the right. The PCs have to die a natural death and then rebuild and the NDP’s must be pushed into oblivion to never resurface in this province again.
To unite the right would just water down the wild rose party which would serve nobody’s benefit but but the liberalist progressive conservative members which would ultimately infect the wild rose party:
commented 2016-08-22 15:51:08 -0400
Ken it would not hurt to have the TRUE conservatives from Alberta’s pc party to join Wildrose. I just hope it can be done with them coming under the Wildrose banner when it is all said and done. You keep saying vote Wildrose, I have and I will. Have you checked out RON VOSS proposal. I can’t believe you wouldn’t support his attempt at improving Wildrose policy.How can he have such difficulty getting FIVE Wildrose card carriers to sign his documents??? And how could you oppose what RON says? It makes SENSE, WHY NO SUPPORT?

DJBT and the rest
commented 2016-08-22 15:21:25 -0400
You want to unite the right? VOTE WILDROSE! Kenny already accepted a position with a 4 year term from the voters as a mp, maybe he should follow through on that promise first. Also I will never vote provincial pc ever again unless Stephen Harper were to step in as their leader. Other than that there is no inducement that could convince me to vote for them.
commented 2016-08-22 10:13:38 -0400
What a revolting cover picture, by the way!!!
commented 2016-08-22 10:12:28 -0400
We can’t unite the right? WHY NOT??? If Kenny can say and do the things necessary to bring the right of center Albertans together this would be a GOOD thing. Do you guys think the likes of Jansen and Luckasic would be along for the ride. The reds would be purged and could F off into the sunset. The right can come together, save us, and consider separation if the feds continue their stupidity. To my knowledge Kenny has stated he would repeal the Piggers carbon tax, obviously a GOOD thing.What is with you Wildrose members? RON VOSS REQUIRES 5 WILDROSE CARD CARRIERS TO SIGN DOCUMENTS THAT WILL PUT POLICY AMENDMENTS FORWARD FOR WILDROSE< CONCERNING THEIR ENERGY POLICY AND WHAT MAY BECOME A PROBLEM WITH THE NDP PROPOSALS TO THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN ALBERTA. WHERE ARE YOU PEOPLE, READ RON’S PROPOSALS, PLEASE!!! I find it hard to believe this can’t be accomplished. My hope is that Kenny gets it done, and in the end has the humility to bring the conservatives across under the Wildrose banner. Leadership etc could be sorted out at that time and the NDP party of Alberta will become nothing more than a bad memory after the next election.

DJBT, the cow and the 2 witches
commented 2016-08-21 23:50:04 -0400
We cannot unite the right. The PCs have to die a natural death and then rebuild and the NDP’s must be pushed into oblivion to never resurface in this province again.

To unite the right would just water down the wild rose party which would serve nobody’s benefit but but the liberalist progressive conservative members which would ultimately infect the wild rose party:
commented 2016-08-21 21:46:52 -0400
Amazing how many people there are who are ready to ruin the Country’s economy, just for some extra Bucks in their Bank Accounts
commented 2016-08-21 21:46:52 -0400
Amazing how many people there are who are ready to ruin the Country’s economy, just for some extra Bucks in their Bank Accounts
commented 2016-08-21 14:48:25 -0400
I agree… We cannot unite the right. The PCs have to die a natural death and then rebuild and the NDP’s must be pushed into oblivion to never resurface in this province again.
To unite the right would just water down the wild rose party which would serve nobody’s benefit but but the liberalist progressive conservative members which would ultimately infect the wild rose party:
commented 2016-08-21 14:08:33 -0400
I have a connection in the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton, and the person whom wants to remain anonymous told me that Alberta’s Legislature was put on a Terrorist watch last week. Nothing is being reported about this. Just letting the Rebels know. My connection also Predicts that Wildrose will win Majority next election, as long as we keep Kenney from Subverting the people and Usurping Power. I’m told that All NDP & Trudeau are hated in the Alberta Legislature. Kenney does not want to unite the right, If he did he would join Brian Jean and the Wildrose. Instead the career politician of 19 years wants what all Crony Politicians want Power. Fight The PCs Alberta, they are the ones who got us in this Mess with their Liberal Progressivism. The PCs are Progressives that’s why they pushed Klein out at the end, do not fall for Kenneys Rico Suavé Saviour theatrics. The Wildrose are our old Ralph Klein Conservative guard.
commented 2016-08-21 12:32:26 -0400
What you said Dieter….!!!!!
I agree with everything that you said about the politicians in Alberta but I never want to see the right Uniteded..
The progressive conservative party should be allowed to die a natural death as well as the NDP’s and I like the thing about the criminal prosecution for Rachel Notley and her band of thieves cutthroats and Murderers.. The progressive conservative party can come back after they have solve their issues and rebuild themselves but until that time I do not want to see them water down the Wild Rose party which is next in line to make Alberta great again.
I really like the idea of a two-party system in Alberta or in Canada for that matter because the vote never get split and the opposition is the opposition….
commented 2016-08-21 05:30:57 -0400
Of course, one need only look to Notley’s antics to see that she really doesn’t care what Alberta thinks. And when that lawsuit fails, and the province will be on the hook for billions to electricity producers, why should Notley care? She’ll just keep on taxing and borrowing until the end is nigh. And once Alberta’s right is united by 2017, that’s when the crazy will really get underway. By 2018, expect to see many NDP MLAs announce that they will not seek reelection. I suspect that there will be a great number of uncontested nominations, because there will be, effectively, nothing left of the NDP. I anticipate that Notley will not be seeking reelection as well. Imagine the members of an incumbent government deciding to not run for reelection? It will be that funny.

Come the next election, begin criminal investigations leading to decertifying the NDP. Then, reduce Edmonton’s ridings to a single riding, and make sure they never harm Alberta again.
commented 2016-08-21 04:05:55 -0400
Bravo Robert Hope!… “The Truth, when she is spoke, has a ring to it that cannot be denied”… Damn if I can find the author of that verity however….
commented 2016-08-20 21:24:45 -0400
We need A man like Trump in Canada.
commented 2016-08-20 20:02:23 -0400
Back in the ’90’s I was working in BC’s coastal forest industry. That’s when I first heard about Greenpeace being paid millions by Georgia Pacific to attack the BC forests industry . One of their management guys moved to Canada and started working for our company. In was when the Softwood Lumber Dispute was going on between the U.S. and Canada. Today every one of these eco groups is funded by U.S. and international groups to attack Canada’s oil and gas industry. Eastern Canada spends 8 BILLION dollars a year for OPEC oil. Do you think OPEC is going to stand by idly and wait to see if the Energy East pipeline is built ? Of course not. In Europe the USSR is the largest seller of natural gas . Putin funds every anti-fracking group in Europe to stop countries from becoming independent from his natural gas.

If you need proof of these groups being paid by outside interest , here’s a quick and fast way . – accuse them of it. I do it every chance I can get . I dare these assholes to sue me ; take me to court . I would love to have it out in a public forum. These eco-twats know they would be roasted if someone presented IRS records to show what groups like Soros, Steyer , Packard to mention a few are paying to umbrella groups who funnel money into Canada. When someone last asked loudmouth Suzuki how much money he accepted from foreign interest, he clammed up which is unusual for him.
It wouldn’t surprise me if NDP and Liberal politicians are climbing into bed with these guys knowing that their public trough swilling days won’t go on forever . When these retards are finally punted , watch for a number of them to pop up as members of the anti-Alberta , anti-Canadian eco-fascist society.
commented 2016-08-20 19:56:47 -0400
The radical environmental agenda is an insidious, and dangerous movement that will stop at nothing to further their cause. It will, and already is, using every lunatic fringe group including anarchists, “idle no mores” and so called warriors, to promote its’ anti energy programs.
They have infiltrated all our governments and it’s especially evident in Edmonton and Ottawa.
The environmental agenda is funding the anti pipeline movement to the tune of $200-300 million PA mostly foreign sources, in a campaign of hysteria, lies and misinformation.
Many people are finally realizing it…and are speaking out about this attack on our vital industries and economy…It’s time to make noise and let our politicians at all levels that we won’t take it any more…
commented 2016-08-20 18:23:33 -0400
Look folks, if you want to see the power structure, just tap into Revenue Canada’s site for Registered Charities, enter the organization, and the click through the site hoops to their revenue sheets.

Every one of these parasitic Enviro-organizations is sucking millions and millions of ta dollars from you to make your life more miserable.

And a lot of the organizations that are “supposedly” representing your interests are actually sucking your tax dollars while trying to pretend that they are representing the interests of their memberships.

For example, check out Ducks Unlimited Canada. Or the Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters. Then, after seeing the amount of federal and provincial dollars they get, ask yourself : “Now whose interests are these guys likely to represent – mine or the Government’s?”
commented 2016-08-20 18:04:06 -0400
just never ends the list keeps on going PIGS AT THE TROUGH ALL OF THEM FEDS AND PROVINCIAL
commented 2016-08-20 17:23:08 -0400
Bill Elder I already know people that are in that situation. They are skimping on food to pay their electricity bill in the winter. To save what the windmills produced they could have done a province wide assessment of the insulation of houses and then put in place a program that upgrades the insulation if required at a minimal cost to the home owner. Generates jobs ( in Ontario not Korea), sells insulation in Ontario, doesn’t ruin the scenery, doesn’t create havoc with the local aquifers, doesn’t kill thousands of birds and bats and the savings in power generation occurs whether the wind is blowing or not.
commented 2016-08-20 17:08:25 -0400
Bravo Zulu you hit the nail on the head….its always about the money. our rights and freedoms are being eroded in the non-ending pursuit of money;mostly ours. If we look at the Ontario example with the windmill fiasco, I cannot imagine that anyone or government can be that stupid to have a program with a cost benefit that is so out of wack and not have some other motive. That motive is of course channeling money to the friends and neighbours of the Liberal government. Even if we were to consider the windmills as a legitimate response in cutting CO2 the impact ( they only contribute 4% when all are running) is so minimal as to be laughable.So what other motive can there be , yep Bravo Zulu you got it money…..our money.
commented 2016-08-20 16:20:48 -0400
This may seem crazy, but , why hasn’t anyone or company, or better yet a mass of people and companies start a law suit against this ndp government for ruining lives and companies in Alberta. Suing the government may be tough but what if you legally attack 1 pig at a time. The longer that socialism takes hold the easier it is for them to divide and conquer. There are too many shysters out there that are willing to sell out, no matter what it costs them or their morals.
Maybe that’s it? A morality issue. Can you take someone to court for having morals of a serial killer?
Any lawyers out there?
commented 2016-08-20 15:26:00 -0400
This is all about money.

Not one of those activists lives in a cheap house, drives a cheap car and does not fly on a regular basis.

Time to force them to stand up and live without the use of oil products.

Completely without oil products for a year.

Can anyone readying this name me FIVE items in your house that have not been touched by oil?

I dare you to try.

Five items that have not been touched by oil.

Bet you that you cannot.
commented 2016-08-20 15:13:34 -0400
Remember this network of greedy commie kleptocrats when you can’t pay your heating bill this winter