December 14, 2016

Desperate NDP hit Wildrose MLAs with “fake outrage” for attending Rebel rallies

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator

Rachel Notley wants you to stop protesting her carbon tax that nobody supports. But she can’t stop you, so instead, she sent a demand letter to Wildrose Party leader Brian Jean, asking him to explain why the party keeps lending its name to our rallies.  

It seems all those headlines about chants backfired on them. And the media can’t hide the fact that Albertans are fed up with outrageous NDP policies that work against citizens.

Do the NDP really believe people are buying this load of made up drama when they’re sitting on so much of their own drama that’s real?

The NDP hired Brent Michael Dancey, an NDP activist from Manitoba that was sentenced to nine months in jail for brutally beating a man. He’s now Shannon Phillips’ chief of staff.

Then there’s Karen Mahon, the anti-pipeline activist that’s been arrested for civil disobedience while protesting against the TransMountain pipeline. She’s now been hired onto Rachel Notley’s Oilsands Advisory Group.

Compare this to the two peaceful Wildrose MLA’s that attended our event – Leela Aheer, who led the singing of “Oh Canada,” and Derek Fildebrandt, who spoke passionately for Albertans.

There were no arrests at our event and there were no disruptions besides those caused by NDP operatives.

The NDP want to shut us up with fake outrage.

They’re embarrassed since the events show they’ll be voted out next election and millions of dollars in election ads aren’t going to convince people to accept their carbon tax.

It’s laughable that the NDP are demanding answers from Wildrose when they employ thugs and are in fact, activists themselves.

When will they answer to Albertans for employing such people and implementing such harmful policies?

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commented 2016-12-27 22:46:19 -0500
@cameron Robock, the Alberta Carbon Tax starts on Jan 1. its part of Trudeau`s federal carbon tax. The feds said that all provinces must have a carbon pricing plan in place by 2018 or one will be forced upon them by Ottawa. Notley is simply starting to tax as quickly as possible to take more money from Albertans rather than waiting till 2018. Don’t get your panty’s in a bunch over the rebel, they know how and when to protest.
commented 2016-12-19 00:53:42 -0500
So rebel entertainment supports a federal carbon tax that takes the money out of Alberta. As this Alberta carbon tax exempts Alberta from the federal carbon tax and keeps the money in Alberta.
So rebel entertainment supports Justin t liberals. And wants the federal carbon tax instead.
commented 2016-12-15 17:54:36 -0500
I’m asking if you  could take 5 minutes or less today to contact Notley’s office and say you want a Referendum on the Carbon Tax!!!  Come January Albertans will be deciding eat or heat!!!  

Here is how to contact her office:  

Other ways to contact the Premier
780-427-2251 (Edmonton)

310-0000 (toll-free in Alberta)

780-427-2711 (outside Alberta)

Premier Rachel Notley
Office of the Premier
307 Legislature Building
10800 – 97 Avenue
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 2B6

commented 2016-12-15 15:52:24 -0500
The ends justify the means"Marx" just carrying on what Redford and crew were doing! OH special thxs to Mrs smith for double cross or was she triple cross?
commented 2016-12-15 14:04:38 -0500
They take things out of the Clinton playbook INSULT THE VOTERS and yet they will be surprised when they are wiped out next election. Just keep it up notley keep firing those insults at the voters. Worked so well for Clinton WTF makes you think it will work for you.
commented 2016-12-15 14:00:30 -0500
I think Wynnie and Notley are tied, and are at the bottom of the barrel. Brad Wall is the best!
commented 2016-12-15 11:39:00 -0500
I had to laugh this morning. Someone posted on Twitter a Toronto Star survey rating Canada’s Premiers and unbelievably the Red Star had Rachel Notley listed as “arguably the best”. There are so many dick heads out there…
commented 2016-12-15 10:33:09 -0500
And let us not forget the outrage when Derrick Fildebrandt rightfully criticized the wretch from Ontario who contaminated our legislature with its presence. Now we are on a path to join Ontario in the depths of hell because of these CRIMINAL entities who presently lead our Country, the province of Ontario and the province of Alberta. Apparently Alberta’s ndp have received the “social license” to totally destroy what has taken over 100 years to build based solely on ideological lies, fake news and a socialist (bordering on communist) agenda that is DOOMED for failure. The question will be, are there enough pieces left afterwards to put us back together again?

Make sure we allow them to infect our school curriculum with their wild gender sexual trash and climate lies so that further indoctrination can continue as well. Is there really that many “progressive” idiots in this province who will fall for this GARBAGE.

We have an unemployment problem in Alberta as well. You would think queen douche Rachael to at least hire people from Alberta to sit on the boards set up to destroy our fossil fuel industry. Why not have the “invisible” energy minister sit on all relative boards? She has obviously done sweet fuck all as evidenced by Canadian Mongrel’s posts, he can’t seem to locate her and she represents his riding. This whole scam is so obvious yet the progressives seem to embrace it. WAIT FOR THE BOTTOM TO FALL OUT FROM UNDER THIS WHOLE MESS. Can’t wait to listen to the shit show coming from the left when that happens.
commented 2016-12-15 10:01:21 -0500
Jeff Fearn Good plan jeff, I have yet to hear of any, Most likely they would not let us the unwashed masses learn where they are for fear that we will show up and ask the hard questions, like WHERE IS OUR MONEY GOING,
commented 2016-12-15 09:45:03 -0500
Where are these town hall meetings the minister is throwing to sell her carbon tax…..if we find out where they are we should overwhelm them with protesters just like those eco terrorists do. We will be civil though because we are not the crazy eco types…..the rebel should find out where these are an post the locations and times. Sheila should make sure she is there.
commented 2016-12-15 09:33:34 -0500
biggest tax increase ever and the NDP ship of fools think we will like it. Just wait till the bills ON EVERYTHING YOU BUY start piling up because of this. They are trying to run an Ontario style gov here and Albertans wont buy it no matter what way they spin it. What they fail to see is the cons were voted out, the ndp was not voted in they just happened to be lucky because of the split. They will not be so lucky next time, the protests will get bigger next year when the tax grabbing carbon SALES TAX goes into effect. They had a chance to really do things different and show Albertans what they were about, they have not done anything to prove they deserve to lead the province. Nothing is any better no jobs more red tape higher taxes everywhere, taxed to heat your home, taxes taxes taxes it is all they know.
commented 2016-12-15 08:28:13 -0500
LEVITICUS 2013, the following was my comment in response to CANADIAN MONGREL’s post, “The best scenario is for the NDP to be decimated, not even one seat; not a seat or two. For that to happen it is important for the right to unite.” In my view there is still a risk associated with a split vote. A United right would eliminate such a split vote and decimate the NDP. As far as there not being any true conservatives in the PC camp, that may be true with respect to many of the current crop of MLAs and leadership candidates, but I don’t believe that you can say that or know that about the grassroots of the party, which currently I understand are favouring Kenney as far as electing delegates to determine the next leader. And if you are talking about “true conservatives” I am not sure that moniker fits all the Wildrose MLAs as well. A logical starting point would be to define a “true conservative”.
commented 2016-12-15 08:13:05 -0500
Poor Rachel – still falling in the polls and clutching at straws to deflect the blame.
commented 2016-12-15 02:26:43 -0500
He has to keep control of the narrative.
commented 2016-12-15 02:24:42 -0500
Kelvin good post. Jean needs to strike back. With the chant he missed an opportunity to explain to her why it’s her fault ordinary Albertans are so pissed off that they want her locked up. He should also be constantly nailing her for all the same things Holly mentions. Why are so many nonalbertan professional activist outsiders being allowed to destroy the lives of people they hate. He’s got ammo any opposition leader can only dream of. Grow a pair and use it. No apologies necessary.
commented 2016-12-15 01:33:36 -0500
Hey commie Rachel people have free will and do not have to answer to you so GO F*CK YOURSELF!
commented 2016-12-15 01:16:41 -0500
Canadian mongrel… I was very impressed with your comment right up until you said that it’s a necessity to the unite the right. That can’t be done because
there isn’t any true conservatives left in the PC camp..! The entire PC camp right now are slow, medium or sometimes even fast motion liberals.
The PCs have done nothing I repeat nothing to assist the Wild Rose or even vote in the same direction as the Wild Rose.!! Why would we ever want to bring them into the wild Rose inner circle where there cancerous rot can take hold once again.
The PCs need to die a natural death and become reborn to be legitimate competition to any standing party and not a parasitic hitchhiker into another camp..!!
commented 2016-12-15 01:04:01 -0500
I think if Brian Jean and the wildrose would stop apologizing every 5 minutes, it may show nutley that they have a spine. Every time that they do it weakens our position, 75% of Albertans hate this bitch and its about time she realized it. If nothing else we should be ratcheting up the pressure and the wildrose party, if they want to get my vote, should lead or get the hell out of the way. Desperate people will do desperate things. And this is about to get all to real. I mean look for the invisible energy minister???? Not to be found anywhere. Why? Because she is shit scared of the very people that voted her in!!!!! Why? Because she has screwed most of them over. This whole government should be gun shy by now, but if you keep enabling them with apologies and giving in every time one of these snot nose freaks start to cry in parliament………well ya get what you paid for. Spoiled cry bullies. 5 year olds that will hold their breath until Brian Jean comes along and scolds Albertans for being mean, because he’s afraid of the big bad fake media. When the fuck are the grown ups going to kick these kids back into the basement where they belong.
commented 2016-12-14 23:55:02 -0500
I kinda feel the same way about Brian Jean, and while I wouldn’t mind a firmer approach from the Wildrose (less apologising) I won’t bad mouth Brian anymore. It just plays into Notley’s hand. She is picking up on it and starting to use it. Time to quit our squabbling in public on that topic. imo.
commented 2016-12-14 23:14:31 -0500
Liza Rosie:
You’re right. If those three were out of the picture, Canada could possibly get back to normal, after a picking up and cleaning out a lot of sh…..!
I don’t know how Rachel Notley can sleep knowing she has destroyed so many lives.
What goes around, comes around!!! It happened to Obama and Clinton!
commented 2016-12-14 22:53:00 -0500
Brian Topp resigned today. Said he couldn’t take any more of Rachel’s whining and that Brian Mason stinks to high heaven.
commented 2016-12-14 22:42:08 -0500
This women and her commies (cornnies ) need to leave this province and very soon. People have been very baddly affected in this province because of her and her commies.

As for Brian Jean, he is way to soft of an MP to run this province, he has already showed us what type of man he really is.
commented 2016-12-14 22:34:35 -0500
ELDON BARRAND, “We may not see the right unite in the near future. But if the WR really wanted to win they would put Derek Fildebrant as leader of the party”. To remove any thought that he came to the rally to undermine his leader rather than to do damage control Fildebrandt declared that he was running to be finance minister of Alberta.
commented 2016-12-14 22:29:13 -0500
Keep on them HOLLY , every one said my thoughts below
commented 2016-12-14 22:20:41 -0500
Boohoohoo, it was ok for Notley to protest but not ok for conservatives to do the same, well too bad, so sad. Why should anyone listen, it’s pretty obvious she doesn’t listen to anyone except her cronies. She doesn’t want to be criticized for her destructive policies & she has to be pretty desperate to run to the opposition for help. Hopfully Brian Jean will stand his ground & remain loyal to Albertans.
commented 2016-12-14 22:15:48 -0500
We may not see the right unite in the near future. But if the WR really wanted to win they would put Derek Fildebrant as leader of the party. I’ve spoken with good conservatives who have told me that they would like to vote WR. But Brian Jean just isn’t strong enough. Which is evidenced by his actions at the Edmonton carbon tax rally
commented 2016-12-14 22:14:28 -0500
“they are acting outside their mandate and against the will of the majority of Albertans”
spot on, Bill.
commented 2016-12-14 22:11:56 -0500
Just another demonstration of the thin skins these fanatics have and how they like to demonize others but can’t take criticism. It’s the inherent duality of leftist situational ethics and amorality.

Keep pounding them with criticism and rallies and protests and civil disobedience if need be because they are acting outside their mandate and against the will of the majority of Albertans – keep up the pressure until the put the tax to a referendum – if not – keep pounding at them until they are reduces to zero seats in the next election.
commented 2016-12-14 21:23:16 -0500
CANADIAN MONGREL, “Unless, the Non-Democrats are now recognizing the Wildrose as the de-facto government after 2020, and are practising for when the Non-Democrats are in opposition with a seat or two.” The best scenario is for the NDP to be decimated, not even one seat; not a seat or two. For that to happen it is important for the right to unite.
commented 2016-12-14 21:17:24 -0500
Hopefully Brian Jean won’t cave and apologize this time. He could borrow some choice words by the Rebel commander and tell the NDP to “f__k off!”
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