September 26, 2017

100+ First Nations communities still boil water, but Liberals to lecture them on “climate change”

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

Aboriginal and Northern Development Canada has opened the bidding for a contract to advise First Nations communities on how best to adapt to climate change.

The contract is for a team of six: two project managers, two senior analysts and two analysts.

There is a way more pressing issue at hand for Canada's First Nations communities than a minuscule change in the weather that may or may not even be happening.

There are still over 100 First Nations communities facing nearly 150 different boil water advisories. Instead of making this crisis a priority the way he promised during his campaign, Trudeau gave more than $4 billion in foreign aid as one of his first acts as Prime Minister.

It's an international disgrace that there are parts of Canada where people live in Third World conditions.

But it won't ever change as long as we have politicians in Ottawa who think people whose tap water can kill them actually care about climate change.

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commented 2017-09-29 20:43:50 -0400
Hey wait a minute here . The liberals added respecting aboriginal treaties in the oath of allegiance . And their still not happy . Yep the aboriginals bought into this pompous ass Trudeau just like all you women and let’s not forget the pot heads . Man change is so Great . There hasn’t been a Liberal government that did anything but screw Canadians or try to sell out our country ever .
commented 2017-09-28 13:47:27 -0400
The Lieberals give not a rat’s azz about aboriginals, or any of the rest of us for that matter!
commented 2017-09-28 11:36:22 -0400
I agree with what you say in your piece SHEILA GUNN REID, and that Justin (and the LPC) is a treasonous POS, etc.
But one has to ask, if the Indians in Canada get over $10 BILLION A YEAR from the taxpayer, why are the reserves in the state they’re in, including bad water!? I mean isn’t there some accountability and transparency in how the various chiefs allocate that money…
Yep, that’ll be Justin and his Canada-hating wrecking crew at it again!
commented 2017-09-27 16:08:56 -0400
Everybody knows that it’s climate change that is what is poisoning the water on the reserves..!!

( add nauseam)
commented 2017-09-27 11:04:52 -0400
Climate Ken and Barbie ain’t too bright. They clearly did not get the memo that climate alarmist scientists, you know part of the 97% that told everyone the science was settled, have admitted that their models were wrong after all. Ooops!
commented 2017-09-27 10:47:12 -0400
MIKE KRCHNAK….Looks like James Van Halen got into Jay Kelly’s meds. When the haze clears maybe he can head back to the cbc where he belongs.

As for the drinking water fiasco, just the $600 million given to the King and Queen of corruption, the CLINTON Foundation, would have probably solved all drinking water issues on the reserves. In addition thousands of babies would still be alive.

MIKE…God speed and all the best in your fight. If you are still in Brooks next summer I would love to come down for a round of golf and an Alberta AAA rib eye on the barby. I’m with you all the way and keep banging the keys.
commented 2017-09-27 07:24:46 -0400
Jack, Laura Loomer tweeted a few days ago she and Rebel have parted ways – this message was posted – Rebels on Twitter. Very short announcement, and I believe she is working for Mike Cernovich Media, Twitter livestream last night.
commented 2017-09-27 01:49:15 -0400
Oh Hell!… Now I’m confused.. I thought “canoe sheds” were the priority in the Boy Blunder’s grand plan on First Nations solutions?…
commented 2017-09-26 23:50:12 -0400
It’s called straight talk, of which you know nothing about.
So when ya quitin the Rebel fucktard? Don’t leave us hangin.
commented 2017-09-26 23:40:40 -0400
Mike Krchnak,

Big talk from a goober in Alberta.
commented 2017-09-26 23:26:53 -0400
Sarah,jimmy, James, fucktard troll…….when will you be quitting the Rebel?
I would love to be the one that would give a few hits your direction, and they would keep on coming, believe me. LOL
commented 2017-09-26 19:54:47 -0400
Excellent post Canadian Mongrel.

I would say First Nations communities would rather have clean drinking water over the two project managers, two senior analysts and two analysts; unless these folks are arriving/installing water filtration plants.
Send Trudeau and Climate Barbie on an extended tour of these communities so they can experience what it’s like to live without potable water. In some cases, it’s not safe to bathe in or wash clothing/dishes with it.

LPC’s priorities are truly demented!
commented 2017-09-26 19:46:21 -0400
Keep these Jihadi’s in the country they love so much which sure as fuc/ isn’t Canada . You leave for that reason no re-admission. That goes for Mohamed Trudeau as well.
commented 2017-09-26 19:36:09 -0400
Baby Doc is first and foremost a globalist – it’s about their priorities. Subjugating Canadians to a fake science kleptocratic oppression and evangelizing its fraudulent solutions takes precedence over the needs of Canadians. No one will suffer worse under globalist technocracy than indigenous communities.
commented 2017-09-26 19:14:03 -0400
Amen Bro :)
commented 2017-09-26 19:09:44 -0400
@Canadian Mongrel….did you ever take note that when Martin Luther King gave a speach, his body guard and choir master Nathan Abernathy would continually chime in with “Amen brother” and other seconding motion assertions. This was/perhaps still is …a southern Baptist tradition…“for the witness of two is truth” “A bureaucracy works hardest at preserving the problem it was created to solve.”

Amen brother….having worked in a bureaucracy for 26 years you will never convince me that bureaucracy is the cathedral of compassion.
commented 2017-09-26 18:51:36 -0400
Historical factoid. The Liberals created the obfuscations regarding Indians when they negotiated treaties 6 and 7 in bad faith.

At the same time, they created the Indian Affairs bureaucracy, a lasting legacy to lazy bureaucrats for 140 years. There is the saying, “A bureaucracy works hardest at preserving the problem it was created to solve.” Canadian Indian Affairs is the template for this saying. This contract is proof positive.

Our second PM, MacKenzie, probably did not know the lasting legacy he was creating. Mind you, Laurier helped majorly with treaty 8. I trust these two will have their statues removed…lol