December 01, 2016

Northern Gateway cancellation: “Aboriginal people pay the price for Greenpeace activism”

Ezra LevantRebel Commander
 

On last night's show, I reviewed the impact of Justin Trudeau's decisions concerning three pipeline projects:

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commented 2016-12-02 13:14:13 -0500
If all of Canada had the same goal of getting rid of the liberals everything else would fall into place, most problems would take care of themselves honestly if we got rid of the corruption the liberals and their UN masters bring, do not do their job of dividing us for them.

Stay together, stay strong.
commented 2016-12-02 04:30:47 -0500
ELTON BRAUN commented 4 hours ago
“Other than the former Ft. Mac workers, the Atlantic provinces are hardcore libs. Trudeau knows he can get away with a fair amount of crapping on them but he’s hoping to drum up support in the west.”
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And now they can vote at 16 years old… This may be one of our final chances to save ourselves in the west and make a clean break from upper lower Canada and the Atlantic provinces as well as the Maritimes… Atlantic provinces in the Maritimes would do fine without Quebec and Ontario. They have mineing fisheries agriculture and warm water ports… What the hell do they need with upper and lower Canada.
And what the hell do we need with upper and lower Canada…
The WCC has many strong points and they should be looked at carefully.
commented 2016-12-02 01:33:21 -0500
Yep… There’s “logic” for you…. Those salmon, and whales doing their yearly migration from Baja California to Alaska as magically special… But those 11 species of whales, and salmon, frolicking in the Bay of Fundy are on their own when it comes to tanker traffic in and out of St. John, N.B….
commented 2016-12-02 00:08:24 -0500
Other than the former Ft. Mac workers, the Atlantic provinces are hardcore libs. Trudeau knows he can get away with a fair amount of crapping on them but he’s hoping to drum up support in the west.
commented 2016-12-01 20:44:59 -0500
That ticks me off as well John Day. An oil spill would be equally bad no matter which coast we’re talking about. The environazi champagne socialists from lotus land do not have a monopoly on ‘pristine’ beauty in Canada. I live in BC and Alberta, but originated in the east. I value the beauty of the entire country. Justin is a laurention elite and a snob. His mothers people are from BC, and he spends time recreating here so he thinks he has a right to favour the west coast, as if it were his own personal playground. He doesn’t care about it’s people or how they make a living. Its a bull argument.
commented 2016-12-01 15:58:35 -0500
All the leftest foundations(tax free of course) fund these genocidest groups, and just like tribes around the world the Chiefs council pillage as they please!
commented 2016-12-01 15:27:38 -0500
We need a right wing billionaire opposite to Soros to fund pro pipeline activists.
commented 2016-12-01 15:05:11 -0500
Trudeau says no tanker traffic in his boyhood playground, but the east coast can just suck it up if an oil spill happens. And you wonder why the Maritimes voted Liberal.