November 18, 2016

Your steaks are causing the glaciers to melt! UN climate alarmists would plunge farmers into poverty

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Commentator
 

We’ve seen some crazy things at the UN Climate Change Conference in Marrakech, Morocco but this one from the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation calling on us to go meatless on January 11th, really annoyed me.

It annoyed me particularly because it’s an attack on farmers, and you’ve all seen how we at The Rebel react when Canadian farmers are attacked.

Watch to see how I responded to their demand.

Whether it’s Earls, A&W or the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation, we’ll stand up for Alberta beef any day, and especially on January 11th!

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commented 2016-11-28 10:59:39 -0500
Wow, look at the reaction I got from the Neanderthal community. I must of struck a nerve. LMFAO

However, it seems I do the Rebel a favour every time I post as hordes of Neanderthals hang off my every word. To that end, I will curtail my comments.
commented 2016-11-20 23:07:46 -0500
This cow farting came up years ago. Funny how theykeep recycling (no pun intended ) the same old shit (again, n.p.i.) until it eventually sticks. “May the Farts be with you”.
commented 2016-11-20 16:43:38 -0500
I have a couple of air rifles that use compressed CO2. No new CO2 was created to fill those capsules because they are a bi-product of pressure liquification of air and making dry ice as a refrigerant for vegan fodder. I release it into the atmosphere in fart sized volumes when I shoot the mission impossible rats that chew holes in my infrastructure.

So lets keep the vegans happy….get a CO2 air rifle and help stockpile CO2 captured in small containers……:-)
commented 2016-11-18 22:12:24 -0500
Just a word to Kokes the methane sniffer – if your fallible thesis is factual things must have been burning up when Buffalo and other grazing ungulates dominated the plains of 3 continents in the billions in the post glaciation epoch – if a few cattle are bad millions of buffalo must have been deadly, no wait ;-)

If cattle flatulence on a natural grazing diet were a problem, heat would have been trapped a 1000 years ago when, for example, there were 70 million buffalo just in North America not to mention innumerable deer, antelope, moose, elk, caribou, and so on all eating vegetation and in turn being eaten by native Americans, wolves, mountain lions, etc. Did the methane from their digestion and the nitrous oxide from their manure and carcass decay cause temperatures to rise then? There is no indication.

If I butcher a steer for my food, and that steer has been raised on grass on my ranch, I am not responsible for any increased CO2. The pasture-raised animal eating grass in my field is not producing CO2, merely recycling it (short term carbon cycle) as grazing animals (and human beings) have since they evolved. If I do the same for 1000 people who each buy and consume my excess beef the effect is the same – neutral. Cattle grazing is actually good for the range land. Rotational grazing actually reverses the effects of land degradation. Soil in North America and Africa that was once dead has now become thriving grassland thanks to the efforts of ranchers who rotated their large herds.

The fact is livestock production impacts climate very little and its GHG is absorbed in the short carbon cycle. Most of the hype about livestock GHG came (once again) from sloppy and misleading data gathering by UN studies.

It’s pretty much a moot issue.
commented 2016-11-18 20:37:25 -0500
Jan..!!
I guess my point still remains the same that this climate change hoax is just that a hoax and anybody that buys into it has been hoodwinked and duped. The spectrum of their lives is so narrow that they must feel They need to try to make a difference with their lives… Very similar indoctrination by insane people like Jim Jones who pray on the weak and the vulnerable in society.. No matter how smart they are they fall prey to believeing people and end up trapped into a false and dangerous religion only to find out too late that they themselves are in danger from what they had been supporting and promoting..
commented 2016-11-18 20:16:56 -0500
LEVITICUS 2013: If remembrance day this year it was the warmest it’s been in 30 years that means it was hotter 31 years ago.
commented 2016-11-18 19:55:40 -0500
On remembrance day this year it was the warmest it’s been in 30 years and that’s what they said on the weather channel… So 30 years ago Nov 11 1986 the weather was the same as it was that day Nov 11 2016… Go figure..!!
These self entitled little monkeys supporting this BS crap so they can be an appeaser… An appeaser is the one that feeds the alligator hoping it’ll eat him last..
Nobody has talked about Western separation for a while… The madness coming from central Canada cannot be allowed to continue for the sake of normal human beings only trying to raise their families in peace and productivity..
commented 2016-11-18 18:55:14 -0500
Any cow I ever met spent most of her time out in the bush, on leased range, eating wild grass, drinking wild water. After fall roundup – which is done on horseback – her and the calves are all on the ranch pasture till after calving in the spring, eating hay grown there watered from the creek or a well and fertilized by solid organics from the cows the year before. Ya can’t get much more organic and green than that. It’s damn near wild meat!
‘Cause if it ain’t all them people drivin’ to the store to buy the meat, or all the hot air and gas wasted yammerin’ about it, how exactly are those cows and my tasty BBQ’d back strap from Bessie meltin’ them glaciers exactly?
commented 2016-11-18 18:21:34 -0500
Kokes sorry but that is a lie and please explain the FACTS Karan Singh mentions , as they counter your BS.
commented 2016-11-18 17:49:19 -0500
Win win. Give me more steak so I can watch the Maldives sink further.
commented 2016-11-18 17:47:25 -0500
Someone please tell Mr Kokes that trees breath in CO2. If he’s really concerned he can go plant a tree.
commented 2016-11-18 17:03:19 -0500
If there is such a thing as Global Warming and since the Elites are hell bent on Globalization and a New World Order then instead of TAXING White Democracies to Death—- all you have to really do is #1 Stop All emigration from hot climates to cold climates where they will have a huge Carbon footprint. #2 Stop building up China and India —No more trade until they become 100% GREEN.
See
- that was easy.
commented 2016-11-18 15:30:09 -0500
January 11th okay, that will be all meat day!!
commented 2016-11-18 15:21:48 -0500
They call Methane a greenhouse gas, it very well might be if there enough if it. But at a concentration of 1.7 PPM it’s next to nothing, how can it have any effect.
commented 2016-11-18 14:38:45 -0500
You are my hero..!!

KARAN SINGH commented 1 hour ago
To, The Buddhist Tzu Chi foundation,
If you guys are real buddhist then I presume you must be familiar with the life & teaching of Gautama Buddha. Nowhere in his teaching (oral tradition) he taught not to eat meat, actually during his times agriculture was not sustainable for common man as it was prone to droughts & famine therefore people has to resort to whatever they could get their hands on to survive, the only alternate was meat. Gautama Buddha himself died after eating putrid meat offered to him by a tanner.

If raising bovines by modern farmers causes climate change then what these enviro-‘mentalists’ has to say about:
- Indo-Aryans?? Their large herds of cows counted in millions, along with hundred of thousands of horses, roamed Eurasian steppe.
- And what about the 60 million Bison, plus millions of other ungulates, which roamed American prairies just couple of centuries ago??

If those billions of bovines & other ungulates didn’t caused any damage to the climate in those days then how come a few hundred thousand cows are causing an almost apocalyptic climate change? Or the bovines (& other ungulates) of the past were flatulence proof??
commented 2016-11-18 14:32:10 -0500
Mr. Kokes… People like you and with your opinions are going to make it very difficult for the survival of the human race… But I guess that’s what you want..
Elitists are setting the playfield to remove 5 billion people from the planet and you’re assisting in your own genocide… Moron..!!
commented 2016-11-18 14:03:46 -0500
@ Glenn Craig

Very appropriate Biblical quote.
commented 2016-11-18 13:59:27 -0500
Good comment, Bill.
commented 2016-11-18 13:50:49 -0500
1 Timothy 4
Now the Spirit speaketh expressly, that in the latter times some shall depart from the faith, giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils;Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their conscience seared with a hot iron;Forbidding to marry, and commanding to abstain from meats, which God hath created to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth.For every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused, if it be received with thanksgiving:
commented 2016-11-18 13:48:13 -0500
OH BTW – Sheila your unstated message was not wasted on me – yes we note how it is OUR staks that are frigging up the planet NOT the steaks of the 1% chowing down on the lush buffets at this confab – wink wink nudge nudge , say no more ;-)
commented 2016-11-18 13:45:07 -0500
At first blush these freaks seem like disciples of some 6th century BC dogma that teaches enlightenment through obsessive self denial

But in the case of these modern abstention worshipers, I think Karl Jung summed it up nicely by observing that behind ever virtue seeking self-denialist lies a messianic complex – A messiah complex is a state of mind in which an individual holds a belief that he or she is, or is destined to become a savior. It’s a sub-pathology of megalomania. Some lazier Messiah wannabes will save us from ourselves with simple habit modification – like the commie diner’s club folks here – other more ambitious pathological messianics like Soros go to war against infidel belief systems.

In any event, all types of pathological dysfunctions fall in lock-step with the Hegelian Marxist dialectic because using it’s twisted logic validates their most base instincts as virtue and makes life simplistic trough a simple friends and enemies dogma which solves conformity “problems” through revenge politics – the patholigicals certainly seem to be on parade in these globalist confabs
commented 2016-11-18 13:22:09 -0500
To, The Buddhist Tzu Chi foundation,
If you guys are real buddhist then I presume you must be familiar with the life & teaching of Gautama Buddha. Nowhere in his teaching (oral tradition) he taught not to eat meat, actually during his times agriculture was not sustainable for common man as it was prone to droughts & famine therefore people has to resort to whatever they could get their hands on to survive, the only alternate was meat. Gautama Buddha himself died after eating putrid meat offered to him by a tanner.

If raising bovines by modern farmers causes climate change then what these enviro-‘mentalists’ has to say about:
- Indo-Aryans?? Their large herds of cows counted in millions, along with hundred of thousands of horses, roamed Eurasian steppe.
- And what about the 60 million Bison, plus millions of other ungulates, which roamed American prairies just couple of centuries ago??

If those billions of bovines & other ungulates didn’t caused any damage to the climate in those days then how come a few hundred thousand cows are causing an almost apocalyptic climate change? Or the bovines (& other ungulates) of the past were flatulence proof??
commented 2016-11-18 13:19:50 -0500
If Canada stopped all CO2 output for 5 years – no cars, trucks, planes, trains etc. – the carbon would be replaced in 24 hours by one of the more than 20 active volcanoes in the world. I think all these eco-wackos should stop all the volcanoes in the world…jumping in would be a good start.
commented 2016-11-18 13:14:14 -0500
I lived on a farm when I was a boy and I have experienced cow flatulence first hand. And I can tell you, cows have nothing on me. In my younger days, after a night of beer drinking, followed by pickled eggs and bangers at closing time, I could spew out a cloud of methane gas that would kill every living organism within a half mile radius and punch a hole in the ozone layer the size of PEI. Besides, before cattle were here farting, there were 60 million bison doing the same thing.
commented 2016-11-18 12:57:25 -0500
Lloyd said, “I think mr cucks has morphEd from the moderate one”

I am not certain of that. I think I have seen that moniker long before the non-moderate dipshit showed up, but I could be wrong on that.

Either way I don’t expect him/her/it to respond with any scientific proof, especially since there is none.
commented 2016-11-18 12:55:42 -0500
GLENN RAIGE
Just to be on the safe side I’AM hanging the cross and a string of garlic around my neck
commented 2016-11-18 12:47:18 -0500
Iam pretty sure that the left wing gremlins are attacking the telegraph wires leading into my modem
It’s been a battle all morning
commented 2016-11-18 12:45:08 -0500
@llotd Nolan…All fourteen reincarnations of the Dalai Lama ate meat…the present one is fond of fried chicken and has never caved in to the pressure of the vegitarians. There are sectarian divisions in buddhism just like all the other religions and some of them are quite flakey. There are lots of buddhists in Tibet and Mongolia who raise herds on land that did not require the cutting of even one tree.

Besides….all cultures that failed to find sustainable sources of meat eventually descended into cannibalism…Mr Kokes…be warned…if you try to ram that vegan bullshit down this knuckle draggers throat I will serve you up Hannibal Lechter style and feed what’s left of you to the crows.
commented 2016-11-18 12:43:28 -0500
PETER
I think mr cucks has morphEd from the moderate one
commented 2016-11-18 12:43:23 -0500
PETER
I think mr cucks has morphEd from the moderate one