January 29, 2016

SPECIAL REPORT: 10 facts about oil and gas Justin Trudeau doesn't know -- and the Media Party won't tell you

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

So this week the Trudeau Liberals announced new global warming regulations that will apply only to oil pipelines from western Canada.

(Not to foreign oil that’s imported to Canada, and not to any other industry in Canada, like Ontario auto manufacturers, for example.)

Oh, and not to the Trudeau Liberals themselves:

I'll show you the limousines the Liberal cabinet ministers left running for 90 minutes while they made their announcement.

These people are charlatans and know-nothings. 

I'll tell you ten basic facts about oil and gas that you would never know if you relied on the know-nothing Liberals who are wrecking our economy and their know-nothing Media Party cheerleaders.

Here's a sample:

For years, the left has said the Canadian oil sands caused “Dutch Disease":

The oil industry was so strong, they said, it was driving up the Canadian dollar, and that hurt manufacturing in Ontario.

Well, now oil is $30 a barrel, and so our currency is now 71 cents. But companies continue to move to the U.S., because of Ontario taxes and electricity prices, not the oil sands.

And did you know that on any given day, most wind turbines in the world don’t spin? They need coal or natural gas or nuclear to back them up. All they do make billions of dollars for friends of the government, who get taxpayer subsidizes to build them.  

Look, demonizing the oil patch is fun, when you’re plundering someone else’s money. But after a while, they get the message, and take their money to a safer jurisdiction. Canadian projects are pulling out of Alberta, and moving to China, Nigeria and even Iraq. Yes, Iraq. But I doubt Trudeau's Liberals care.

You'll want to SHARE this special report with family and friends, because it debunks so much information about oil and gas in a concise, easy to understand way.

Tonight I'm joined by a New Brunswick Progressive Conservative MLA who explains why the Liberals need to support the Energy East pipeline, to help bolster the economy his province.

(NOTE: In New Brunswick, this is a non-partisan issue...)

Then environmental scientist Blair King comes on to talk about why an expert on industrial pollution, like himself -- who believes in climate change and says we should move off fossil fuels -- nevertheless thinks this pipeline should be built.

King says "everyone in the field knows" that pipelines are the safest way to move oil, especially when compared to rail transport.

It's an enlightening conversation with a real expert.

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Any government in Canada that opposes oil & gas pipelines
should lose its share of oil & gas equalization payments.

READ Ezra Levant's bestselling books debunking environmentalist propaganda against the energy industry:
Groundswell: The Case for Fracking and Ethical Oil: The Case for Canada's Oil Sands


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commented 2016-01-29 20:58:58 -0500
good show ezra
commented 2016-01-29 20:46:11 -0500
I’d swear I would almost think that the Liberal Party swooped down into some University somewhere, plucked up a few political/environmental activists and made them Cabinet Ministers!
commented 2016-01-29 20:43:57 -0500
Another fact is that Prime Minister Selfie doesn’t realize that the Prime Ministers’ plane is spewing tons of CO2 into the atmosphere for all his Vanity Personal Appearances.

He probably thinks the plane runs on electricity of fairy dust.
commented 2016-01-29 20:42:02 -0500
January 29, 2016
Dear Diary;
It looks like Canada is going to hell in a handbasket. Oil’s not making me any money, it looks like the economy is tanking, at least since November, people seem pissed off with just about everything from Iran to pipelines, someone even said that the stone was dropping like a Loonie. It’s too bad that I wasn’t elected sooner as Dear Leader in order to bring my Sunny Ways to the country’s problems.
So rather than wait until next week for the U.S. Senate hearings to question my ambassador on why we might be bringing so many perpetrators of workplace violence to their doorstep, like the man of action that I am, I sprung into action and called B.O., peace be upon him, so that he could tell me what to do.
He told me that it’s really easy, like Lloyd Nolan pointed out, just come up with some minor stuff as diversions, things that I don’t actually give a shit about, but which will touch a few nerves with the zombies and keep their tongues wagging while they loiter around in Timmies. Brilliant. I’ll get Mauril to bring up that old chestnut about making the national anthem gender neutral, that always gets the patriotic half of the country all worked up. Gerald’s suggested that we could leak something about some guy in Toronto getting kicked out of his hotel room to make room for Syrian voters, that’ll get the bleeding hearts into a hissy-fit. Now I just need something to raise the hackles of the right-wingers, oh wait, I’ve already done that. When I issued a statement a couple of days ago to commemorate International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I did it without mentioning Jews. In fact I even threw in something about hate, prejudice and discrimination spreading unchallenged. Only the cons will notice that as being my dog-whistle support for my Muslim brothers.
commented 2016-01-29 20:19:29 -0500
Definition of a vegatable state … Canada without oil and gas.