April 16, 2018

3 ways BC shows raging hypocrisy with Trans Mountain obstruction

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

 

A summit was held in Ottawa this weekend as a last ditch effort to save the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion from Edmonton to the BC coast, that the province of BC continues to block.

BC’s Premier John Horgan left the meeting with Alberta Premier Notley and PM Trudeau still refusing to allow the pipeline expansion, refusing to respect the Canadian Constitution and refusing to acknowledge BC's responsibilities in Confederation.

And Horgan also left without any consequences from the Prime Minister.

BC will still receive their federal transfers and infrastructure grants despite acting in such an un-Canadian way toward their neighbours.

Today, I’ll show you three ways the BC government is a raging hypocrite.

After you see my video, I think you’ll agree that BC can stop telling us that they are concerned about protecting the water.

Or, here’s a better idea: Trudeau can stop buying that stupid excuse to block Canadian oil and gas.

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commented 2018-04-17 11:37:47 -0400
One major one you missed Sheila is the use of tugs and tow to deliver barges of diesel fuel from Washington State to our coastal communities here in BC. All of the major fuel spills that have occurred recently have not been because of tanker or pipeline problems but because of lackadaisical and negligent actions (read navigation and traffic management) of the “tug and tow” industry. The last major spill occurred a few years ago off Bella Coola. No major outcry or calls for a ban to transport fuel this way. Why? Because these barges service remote BC coastal communities, such as First Nation villages.
commented 2018-04-17 11:02:57 -0400
Going to be a great deal for the taxpayers. We pay all the welfare bums to hang out and disrupt construction. We pay the First Nations, all thousands of different tribes ransom to cross their ancestors lands We pay the cops to stand around and not enforce the law.
And we get to take our money and invest it in a company that was funding the project but have given up because all of the above.
Only in Canada under the stewardship of leftist imbeciles could this happen.
commented 2018-04-17 09:02:22 -0400
Sheila I hope you are appointed to a position in the new conservative government.
commented 2018-04-17 05:10:24 -0400
That’s the insanity of it all!… All of B.C’s potential growth being held ransom by just three Greenie votes!.. Something to consider as the issue of “proportional representation” comes into focus… A few scant votes holding governments up to ransom as has been the case in too many European nations in recent years..
commented 2018-04-17 05:00:24 -0400
Good one Sheila!… Very perceptive… This province has far too long been a miasma of double-speak on environmental issues.. Victoria’s “flushing” of raw sewage on a daily basis being a prime example… The truth is that B.C’s population base is a mish-mash of dope smoking hippies, since the 70s, on the coast and southern Vancouver Island, and hard working, productive people outside of the GVRD…. It is indeed a " society divided unto itself"… Ands the oriental land speculators in the middle…
commented 2018-04-16 21:45:44 -0400
I know this sounds bad but I hope more shelfish-eating folks come down with fecal-related diseases in BC. Bad press will bring to light this dumping of raw sewage which the enviro-nazis want to hide. And as we saw in Montreal, the same delusional insanity applies in BC.

I also wonder if pipeline ruptures are sabotage by eco-warriors. We never hear on the news about what caused the ruptures.
commented 2018-04-16 19:05:31 -0400
BC NEEDS A POOP TAX TO CLEAN UP THEIR SHIT .
commented 2018-04-16 18:37:54 -0400
POINTS TO PONDER ….. CAN ANYONE SUPPLY VIDEO OF THE TRAINS CARRYING THE COAL AND THE LOADING OF THE COAL ONTO SHIPS AND THE SHIPS CONDITIONS. I’M SURE US REBELS WOULD BE INTERESTED IN VIEWING SUCH VIDEO.
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