July 29, 2017

BC NDP Municipal Affairs and Childcare picks bring record of failure and radical views

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

I’m still deciding whether I want to call BC’s new government NDGreen or GreeNDP, but whatever we call this John Horgan and Andrew Weaver frankenstein government, one thing is certain, they are Destroyers

You’ve undoubtedly heard the news by now that Petronas just pulled the plug on their massive multi-billion dollar project called Pacific Northwest LNG. It’s bad news for BC’s burgeoning LNG industry but consider that the only thing that had changed in recent months and years was the government.

I’ve previously introduced you to some of the staff and other cabinet ministers among BC’s batch of destroyers, but there are a couple of lower profile cabinet positions that also have NDP MLA’s taking on positions in cabinet that they appear wholly unqualified for or whose left-wing ideology just makes them far too radical.

Watch as I introduce you to Katrina Chen, BC’s new Minister of State for Childcare and Selina Robinson, new Municipal Affairs Minister.

Chen comes to us from the NDP farm team of the Burnaby Citizens Association, and Selina Robinson also has some far-left ideas, particularly on how to deal with the opioid crisis, that I have no doubt will make it into official government policy.

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commented 2017-07-30 14:57:48 -0400
Ron, I am literally allergic to pot. I’m going straight for the hard stuff. Besides, this kind of pain is going to require something stronger than cheap grass and there isn’t enough whiskey in the world to deaden the nerves against the coming NDP onslaught.
commented 2017-07-30 13:16:58 -0400
Liza , don’t start with Heroin; then we won’t understand your famous posts, start with Trudeau’s cheap grass.
It looks like our Politicians are trying to buy our votes with drugs now.
commented 2017-07-30 12:25:09 -0400
I am starting to feel pretty despondent about BC. Can I get free Heroin too?
“If we want to save lives, this is what we have to do” ???????
The true North strong and free is now the true North hooked and dependant!
These left wing lunatics must have parasites eating their brains, it is the only explanation for such proposals.
I still can’t believe we have another NDP government, and now Christie Clark has stepped away altogether.
commented 2017-07-30 00:40:39 -0400
Our Democracy doesn’t seem fair in BC. The Party that won the most seats, (first past the post) was told that the 2nd and 3 Parties between them beat #1. It seems impossible that after 140 years in Confederation, no one knows if the Party that get the most seats is the winner.
There is something comical coming to a showdown soon.
Years ago BC voted by 80% to keep the 1st past the post system. Today, for the 3 Green members to continue their loyalty to the desperate NDP, the Green want the "First Past the Post System thrown out in exchange for the Green Voting System.
To recap this: 20% of the voters (Green) are telling the other 80% of the voters to change to their voting system. If the NDP ignore them, the Liberals take over power again.
commented 2017-07-29 19:45:44 -0400
I left my home in the Chilcotin in early July for a short visit to100 Mile House, wondering where this NDGreenyP ‘coalition’ had appeared on the ballot…and why the GG didn’t call an election when asked to by the incumbent Premiere, Christy Clarke…

Since I’ve been trapped for weeks down in that Cariboo Wildfire Fiasco ever since – whatever that is really all about – and not privy to any news except the crap from CBC Radio, I’d like to know how the hell did we get another damned NDP-sure-to-be-mess-in-BC, again?

The Globalists have taken Canada! Past tense…
commented 2017-07-29 15:16:55 -0400
Seems that the NDP destroyers in BC and Alberta and Wynne’s Liberals are in a competition as to which one can be most effective in destroying their respective province.
commented 2017-07-29 14:42:15 -0400
Ron, we can only hope that Albertans will be aware enough to know the damage Notley has done and not be fooled by budget lies.

I am more worried about Notley buying off the public sector like Wynne has done in Ontario. I don’t think it is any mistake that Notley increased the public sector in her first year by 40,000 and then the next by 3500.

In any case, with a strong United Conservative party (preferably with Derek Fildebrandt as leader) I think Notley’s time is finished next election regardless of what she does.
commented 2017-07-29 12:41:40 -0400
Peter Nettervile—The third NDP victory in the mid 90’s was because the Glen Clark Gov,t lied about the budget being balanced. (Budget-gate)
There is no doubt that Notley will be desperate enough to try the same NDP lie come the next Alberta election.
commented 2017-07-29 11:38:20 -0400
As a lad I grew up in a Montreal district called N.D.G. Notre Dame Degrace BUT we called it NO DAME GOOD. The new B.C. government should take our lead NO DAME GOOD it’s too bad that British Columbian’s will have to find out the hard way.
commented 2017-07-29 08:22:59 -0400
It looks like the BC NDP are even more extremist left than the Alberta NDP. I did not think that possible.

BC is in for four dark years and Alberta still has two dark years to go.

I have less sympathy for BC, though, because this is the fourth time they have had an NDP government. The first three elected in, but the fourth had enough votes for the NDP to allow them to overthrow the Liberal government in a coalition.