October 29, 2015

Moody's declares Alberta "credit negative" after NDP budget -- and Notley is "fudging the accounting"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Moody’s, the international credit rating agency, has issued a warning about Alberta’s budget.

So far I’ve emphasized the anti-oil and gas aspects of the budget — the demonization of the industry.

But Moody’s is more concerned about creditworthiness. It's their job to warn the world’s bankers about lending money to Rachel Notley and her NDP extremists.

Their headline says it all: "Moody's: Alberta's planned steep debt increase is credit negative”.

They say Rachel Notley is fudging the accounting. Watch my report to get the details.

As I said in my last video on the NDP budget, I believe the party will be thrown out of government in the next election.

But the damage they’re doing will continue to haunt Alberta for a decade.

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commented 2015-10-31 01:39:53 -0400
I think its been mentioned, and I think that we might be on to something.

That Tides eco-activist NGO is trying to kill the oilsands.
Rachel knothead is trying (with her merry band of idiot activists) is trying to kill the oilsands.
I’m sure many other underground forces are also trying as well.

If at least some (or all) of them are connected at least in principle, or potentially working in an aligned conspiracy, then it would make sense that it’s being done intentionally, to purposefully devalue the oilsands and it’s investors.

For instance, it was mentioned that a billionaire is controlling this Tides?

Perhaps their intention is to so completely ruin as many of the companies involved that they will all sell interest for pennies on the dollar, both their license and infrastructure.

Once the value is at bottom, those that are behind this meltdown in Alberta and pulling the strings of the unions, NDP and the dough headed activists will buy it all up.

That would take a few years to accomplish. So in the NDP’s final year, the ‘buyout’ is completed, the NDP is cast out, the Tory’s are back in and more oil-friendly than ever. The oil prices are rising a fair bit by then and the only ones to lose on this ‘4 year economic plan(for the rich)’ is the people of Canada.

They hire everyone back, and life goes back to ‘normal’ except that the major players in the oilsands have changed to the puppeteers behind the curtain.

I’m not a conspiracy guy so my theory might sound disjointed, but we’ve seen it happen…well everywhere, from the big western nations to the poorest of the third world.

Maybe it’s our turn to suffer for the uber-rich.


commented 2015-10-30 16:11:22 -0400
Bill Collins, there will be no wealth to divvy up if the signs on the that treaty because we will then be responsible to give the UN multi-billions in carbon taxes per year. That will eat up any wealth we might have.
commented 2015-10-30 14:50:29 -0400
Notley already receive the blue prints for the destruction of AB. She was hatching out her plan with the eco-terrorists, and that criminal, Wynnie from ON.
commented 2015-10-30 14:48:52 -0400
Credit negative, I’m sure Joe hasn’t got a clue what that means, or how it will effect the cost of borrowing.
commented 2015-10-30 13:56:17 -0400
The worst is yet to come, Jussy is bringing all the premiers to Paris to help him divvy up Canada’s wealth at the UN climate change summit soon. Sometimes the change you hope for is the change you get(for the worse). The Wynne and Notley wealth distribution plan are consistent with what the UN has been proposing for years, only on a global scale.
commented 2015-10-30 13:51:47 -0400
“But Moody’s is more concerned about creditworthiness. It’s their job to warn the world’s bankers about lending money to Rachel Notley and her NDP extremists.”

Well the downgrade didn’t change McGuinty’s spending habits nor Wynne’s so what makes everyone think it will change Notley’s spending habits?
commented 2015-10-30 12:41:28 -0400
It just shows you what the NDP really think of the voters, or at least those who work in the private industry, currently under attack by these no nothing communist clowns! Hopefully those who suffer the most, voted for these communists, but I don’t believe that to be true. Rachel is a disgrace to Albertans, and those that voted for this, hopefully will see what the rest of us warned them about.
commented 2015-10-30 11:45:17 -0400
This whole shit-show with the NDP in Alberta and the Liberals running Canada is bad. Real bad. I was down on 17th Ave Calgary yesterday and I could not believe the level of homeless people. Socialism has never been an answer to this, in fact it feeds it and this will get worse without jobs and prosperity.
commented 2015-10-30 11:21:37 -0400
Paul Ramage…are you any relation to Yousa Chadickhead? I’m seeing a trend here. Troll!!
commented 2015-10-30 10:48:42 -0400
Well since we have been delivered an illegal federal government, and have a hostile NDP rogue government in AB, we the people need to prepare for civil war. This is what they are pushing us towards, so let’s prepare!
commented 2015-10-30 10:45:07 -0400
Maurice Potvin said, " I know there’s really no appetite or wide spreads support for this now, but who knows what the mood of the Country will be like in four years."

I think you might be surprised just how many there are that want separation as I am quickly becoming one of them myself, but separating also means trashing this NDP government we have now.

@ Belinda Cardoso – Ummm… Belinda, there is nothing you said to which I disagree. To which one of my comments are you responding?

Paul Ramage said, “Go NDP Go”

I agree, Go right out the door and straight to hell. Thank you for your comment, Paul the lemming.

@ Deborah Graupner – I bet Paul Ramage and all the other leftie lemmings that haunt theRebel would have an issue if a Conservative premier, say Brian Jean of the WIldrose, had a wife that was the CEO of an oilsands company. They would be screaming “conflict of interest”, but it is okay with them if it is an NDP that has that same conflict of interest.

Bill Elder said, “It’s like Ontario and Alberta are in a race for the poorest credit rating in North America. In that regard I think Ontario has a big lead …”

Yea, but the NDP are better sprinters … i.e. tax more and spend faster.
commented 2015-10-30 10:40:16 -0400
This is a nightmare and the worst of it is that it has been purposely sabotaged! I’m betting it is people the likes’ or on the same level as George Soros – investments in Middle East Unethical Blood Oil, that are battling against the oil fields in Alberta and Saskatchewan and what is worse there was a news article on the internet yesterday that Trudeau plans to shut down the Oil Tankers from Canadian Coast Lines!
This is not a Government for the people, this is a saboteur!
Are we so helpless that we do not have people in Canada in a vocation that stands up for the rights and industry of the right to do business in Canada, while it is good to protect the environment – but not to the extremist level that the people of Canada have to suffer financially for that protection! What happened to the BNA Act the right to work and earn a living for your family?
Has the whole world gone Green mad?
Oh I know this is not going to go over well with todays’ Government and athiests’ and Non-Christians’ even though Canada was founded on Christian principles……but remember Jesus said, “All things in moderation”, I believe that to be a great ststement of wisdom for mankind!
commented 2015-10-30 09:53:13 -0400
It’s like Ontario and Alberta are in a race for the poorest credit rating in North America. In that regard I think Ontario has a big lead and the advantage of a debt larger than Calif. with 1/10 the population , and the highest per capita entitlement liabilities in the nation – Ontario is without doubt Canada’s rust belt champion -at the moment.

But I have high hopes for Alberta’s chances to out-pogue Ontario with its growing zombie voter base.
commented 2015-10-30 09:17:06 -0400
Edward Jobin – the unions are funneling money from the UN, and Rachel is literally in bed with the unions, since her husband is the head of one, and I believe that he is actually the one in charge now. Rachel will be shunned, and she deserves it. How could anyone with a conscience wipe out a whole industry without a second though, for the literally hundreds of thousands that this will effect. Get ready for the housing market to collapse, as people walk away from them. Our hostile Premier is a fool, and I hope her and her kiddies, feel some kind of shame at what is about to go down in AB. Shame on Rachel and her phony communist ideology. There is a special place in hell, for those who choose to lie and deceive the public, for their own gain!
commented 2015-10-30 08:40:04 -0400
Paul talking about dyin take a look at MB.most of the bumper stickers say (from MB but not N.D.P).
commented 2015-10-30 03:20:08 -0400
Ha ha you cons are a dyin breed in canada so suck my dic. Go NDP Go
commented 2015-10-30 02:56:37 -0400
I’m not making any accusations but you sure do wonder if someone is getting paid off to slow he oil sands down. Who would ever know if money was going into a foreign account. In the U.S. we have seen how the American Presidents have benefited from the late King of Saudi Arabia. Why would we think it’s not possible there are some similar types of arrangements here. I never would have thought the Toronto Star was cozying up to Tides but nothing is beyond belief anymore.
commented 2015-10-30 02:18:41 -0400
commented 2015-10-30 02:15:44 -0400
For good measure: NOTLEY GET OUT!
commented 2015-10-30 02:14:49 -0400
commented 2015-10-30 02:10:41 -0400
Each one easier than the previous one: NOTLEY OUT NOW!
commented 2015-10-30 02:08:51 -0400
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commented 2015-10-30 01:59:03 -0400
commented 2015-10-30 01:53:54 -0400
commented 2015-10-30 01:50:50 -0400
I can’t add anything to what you all have said, except this: ENOUGH NDP TREACHERY! NOTLEY RESIGN NOW!
commented 2015-10-30 01:38:49 -0400
Peter Netterville, I think you’re wrong – everybody knows NDP and Liberal policy is to spend and tax – everybody knows that when they’re in control money disappears down rabbit holes and private pockets and they really don’t care about the private sector because these people are not usually their voters. They’re going to add to the public purse and these people are going to be the ones to vote for them again and remember once hired these people have to commit a serious crime before you can fire them (or if they’re anti-union, lol). I have a couple of engineer friends who were laid off and they were going to stick around in Alberta and even work at menial jobs to wait for the upswing but once the NDP were elected, they figured there was no hope (knowing their policies) and headed to greener pastures.
commented 2015-10-30 01:04:48 -0400
I never thought, in my wildest dreams, that I’d ever be saying this, but once Rachel Notley is gone, and if Trudeau is still around, I’d be in favor of Western Canada separating and going it alone. I would also be in favor of taking the three northern Territories with us if they wanted to join in. I know there’s really no appetite or wide spreads support for this now, but who knows what the mood of the Country will be like in four years. There’s just such a disconnect from the urban elites and the rural farmers, loggers, miners and various other blue collar workers that sustains the very lives of those urban elites. If they’re so much smarter than the rest of us, they shouldn’t have any problem surviving without us. In any case, if we separate, they’re continued survival won’t be our problem anymore.
commented 2015-10-29 23:58:18 -0400
Drew said, “… so they hide like worms.”

They might as well hide like them since they are worms.