June 13, 2019

INSIDE David Suzuki's latest foreign-funded cross-country tour

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

David Suzuki is taking his oversized ego and equally huge carbon footprint on a zig-zagging junket across the world's second largest country to warn us all about the dangers of using fossil fuels.

Suzuki will be joined by some of Canada’s more prominent environmentalists — like Pam Palmeter, Avi Lewis, and Maude Barlow — as part of something called the Leap, a group that in their whistle-stop tour of musty United Church basements will be promoting “a green new deal”, an idea too crazy for most United States Democrats.

The video promoting the event, featuring Lewis, is full of fear-mongering images of a coming doomsday apocalypse and insinuations that Canada’s oil and gas advocates are raging racists, using video clips of the United We Roll Convoy to Ottawa.

Seems scary enough to the uninformed, but how serious are these people about their end times countdown? Based on their peculiar travel itinerary, not very serious at all

Their scolding townhalls started in Toronto. After lecturing the Center of the Universe, the Air Miles collectors of the green movement head east to Montreal. After that, the high flying hippies head back west to Ottawa. Then, the hypocrites head all the way back east to Halifax. From the east coast, the next city on their hit list is Edmonton. After annoying the City of Champions, Lewis, Suzuki and their entourage head west again to Vancouver. From the west coast, the last leg of the tour brings everyone to Winnipeg.

These carbon-intensive pretenders are crisscrossing the country instead of moving east to west or west to east in the most cost-effective and energy-efficient manner. Not the travel plans of people concerned about the wasteful use of fossil fuels.

Tickets for the events run anywhere from $10 to $15, hardly enough to cover Suzuki’s $30,000 per hour, especially when the venues are small, dying United and Unitarian churches.

So who is paying the bills?

According to the Leap website, which I spent way too much time on today:

“...each evening will feature amazing speakers, art and music, and close with a “barnstorm” led by 350.org.”

Researcher Vivian Krause has pointed out that over half of the US$10 million that the head of 350.org received for his associated campaigns came from the Rockefeller Foundation.

Suzuki’s latest venture is bought and paid for by the enemies of Alberta.

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commented 2019-06-16 16:12:49 -0400 · Flag
The truth is that the “emissions” that flow from the engines of the airliners Dr. Fruitfly flies, are bestowing a “blessing” rather than carbon on all those below… Just ask him!…
commented 2019-06-16 04:05:18 -0400 · Flag
Could the LEAP Manifesto be more obvious that environmentalism is just a back door to communism? Yet some don’t see it.
commented 2019-06-15 01:59:02 -0400 · Flag
The Suzuk, The Climate Wizard, comes to preach to his lowly followers, his Climate Munchkins. Fruity Suzuki on tour leaving Carbon Footprints the world over. He’s a Greedy, Lying, Self Indulgent, Arrogant, Elitist Maggot.
commented 2019-06-14 04:15:35 -0400 · Flag
Not a chance!… Dr. Fruit Fly will continue to spill his garbage from coast to coast as long as he can… He "feeds"on adulation; always has… And as long as community newspapers across B.C. continue to give him prime editorial space, he will “bask” in the delusion that he really knows something about “climate change”… That’s reality…
commented 2019-06-14 01:50:35 -0400
The only Green this phony cares about is money.
commented 2019-06-14 01:49:51 -0400 · Flag
Still waiting for any of these fossil fuelophobes to stop using fossil fuels.
commented 2019-06-13 22:36:30 -0400 · Flag
I LOVE a good Comedy Show…heck…even Avi could hardly keep himself from laughing…

Don’t you live in Forest Hills Avi???…BIG HOMES there…

Suzuki…owner of 5 Homes…1 in Australia…can you say…“Carbon Footprint”???…

You should call it it…The Leap – on Tour…Sponsored by Jet Fuel!!!…

Happy Trails…Chem Trails that is…
commented 2019-06-13 21:30:44 -0400
Let’s hope enough people get wise to puky Suzuki and his death cult that they utterly reject anything he says. Like you pointed out, Sheila, his entourage have zero understanding of how to budget.

By the way, 5 out of 6 Morinville councilors went to that municipal training session in Quebec City. I just posted a letter to the editor of the town’s paper which suggests that normal folks like us would rather opt for a teleconference than a face-to-face meeting. I hope it gets published and I get nasty letterrs from those high-priced bums..
commented 2019-06-13 20:42:07 -0400 · Flag
Just a little reminder of what this present ‘Leap Over a Pile of BS’ tour is really about.
It’s the same pile and the same shovels wielded by the same players they were using before the last election:
ttps://business.financialpost.com/opinion/peter-foster-naomi-kleins-great-leap-backwards
It’s an interesting read…from a different era, anyway.
commented 2019-06-13 19:43:57 -0400 · Flag
Sounds more like a whack job tour
commented 2019-06-13 19:24:58 -0400
There is a thing they can do, stop using ALL fossil fuel based technology, water, power, internet, air travel, modern medicine. Let the free market decide. Once I see them actually living like they demand we do I might start to consider them as being serious. Until then these hypocrites can go pound sand.
commented 2019-06-13 19:20:37 -0400 · Flag
Leap is inspired by Mao’s “Leap Forward” doctrine (which killed 40 million), and Karl Marx’s Communist Manifesto. These “people” are despicable and evil.
commented 2019-06-13 18:53:24 -0400 · Flag
Avi Lewis- Laurentien. Pam Palmateer- Laurentien who discovered native blood like all multigenerational North Americans have. Maude Barlow- Laurentide ally from lower mainland B/C which identifies closer to Washington State than the B/C interior. And of course Suzuki- 1970s affirmative action hire by the Laurentide CBC as Ms. G-R states.

In short all propagandists for the Laurentien Empire, which is propped by American backers.