June 23, 2017

BC Throne Speech: Support for resource development comes with new spending

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

The Throne Speech has been delivered and British Columbia is one step closer to the NDP Green Frankenstein government that will take us into hard left environmental socialism once it is voted down next week. 

It’s worth remembering though that instead of allowing that to happen, the Lieutenant Governor could opt to call a snap election.

Premier Clark and the BC Liberals crafted the throne speech intentionally to appeal to the three member Green Party caucus that currently holds the balance of power in the province, which has caused a departure from some of the campaign positions she and her party took prior to the previous election in May.

Watch as I show you what some of the promises in the throne speech entail and why the BC Liberals made them, and I’ll also explain why some modest spending isn't as bad as we may think.

Some will still find this untenable. Clark isn’t very popular and it may make some conservatives wish there was a true alternative to the right of the BC Liberals, but as of now they’re all that stands between us and the NDP Green Socialist hell we know is coming.

With a snap election highly likely the BC Liberals don’t have time to find a new leader, they don’t have time to wait for the schemes of the NDP and Greens to fail and voters to return to their side.

The urgency to win a snap election is very high, and if we’re going to venture down the path of increased spending, there’s little doubt in my mind who I trust to keep it under control and its not the NDP or the Green Party.

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commented 2017-06-25 16:53:50 -0400
The No Democracy Party is desperate for power. “Say anything” John is just another tyrant obsessed with himself!
commented 2017-06-25 15:24:16 -0400
I have a feeling that if a new election were called, the Liberals would bounce back in. Now that the electorate has had a glimpse of what they’d be in for with the two inept clowns (how could they not see this BEFORE the election?), Christie looks pretty damn good.
commented 2017-06-24 15:07:14 -0400
Frankly, a new election is 100% warranted. I for one, did not vote with the cancellation of the Kinder Morgan expansion and shut down of clean, non-emitting Site-C (just what in the fk dimension are we entering when even hydro-electricity is now bad? For Christ sake, should I move onto the Edwardian Farm? Don’t answer that question my jet setting, carbon spewing, elitist, champaign socialist, enviro-nazi friends) dam(n). Pretty big issues to throw on the table with no previous input from the public. That alone, much less the prospect of the union (no pun intended there, eh?) government of the Greens and NDP should be up to the voters, we were never informed that the Greens and NDP could form government together. All this needs to be rehashed for the sake of democracy. Which of course means it won’t. But we always have hope.
commented 2017-06-24 01:09:31 -0400
Christopher, Excellent explanation as to why Clark capitulated to the left. A one hundred dollar raise for Welfare people will make part-time workers leave the work force.
Even morons like Horgon can get elected by giving away free stuff. This is what Obama taught weak Politicians.
commented 2017-06-23 21:50:34 -0400
Too bad the lotus landers on the coast who control the political agenda there do not experience the winters the north and interrior of BC do – id they frig with energy costs there will be political blood they never saw coming.
commented 2017-06-23 18:57:55 -0400
I do not understand the concept that Clarke is unpopular and should step aside. She seemed pretty damned popular with the two interior ridings my kids live in, and other interior ridings which gave the plurality in popular vote and seats.

She is unpopular on the Island and Lower Mainland, but they are socialist, reflected by their MSM; and no Liberal leader will be popular there. Dumping Clarke to please the MSM is like the CPC trying to please the MSM, not workable.
commented 2017-06-23 18:49:21 -0400
Peter Netterville, so true!
commented 2017-06-23 18:17:01 -0400
These are the dark ages in Canada, with one small light in Sask!
commented 2017-06-23 18:15:29 -0400
The hard Left BC.
The near hard Left Alberta.
The only Real Conservative Saskatchewan.
The slightly Conservative Manitoba.
The Left Ontario.
The hard left federal government.
The Left/socialist Quebec
The confused left Maritime provinces.
The mostly left Newfoundland.

Its’ up to you, Brad Wall !!
commented 2017-06-23 18:14:27 -0400
Here we go crossing our fingers again
Bc Do you have a death wish ????
Think I’ll give CHARLES BRONSON a call