November 22, 2016

Environmentalists on edge at Vancouver protest as Liberals poised to approve Kinder Morgan expansion

Rebel Staff

Last Saturday marked one month before Trudeau’s deadline to approve or reject the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Indications are they’ll approve it which has environmentalists on edge causing a few thousand of them to take to the streets of Vancouver to demand Justin say no to the expansion.

I was there to cover it and talk to both opponents and proponents.

In the case of opponents, we did of course run into the predictable refusal of some protesters to engage with the Rebel but the good news is, it wasn’t all negative and not everybody there opposed the pipeline.

Watch as I show you a bit of the good, the bad and the crazy that I saw at the protest.

It was great to run into proud young men in their “I Love Oil Sands” hoodies and Elliot Adam, the young First Nations man I showed you here, all willing to stand up and show they’re not afraid of being yelled at, cursed at or diminished.

Several familiar professional disruptors tried to “get rid of Rebel Media”, and that’s nothing new. After seeing what Project Veritas revealed with Democrats admitting they will pay homeless and mentally ill people to be agitators towards their opponents, you never know.

I’m not trying to be rude but maybe I’ll leave it up to you to tell me if that could be the case with some of these people.

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commented 2016-11-23 09:47:24 -0500
Until these idiots stop using ANY oil based products, I say…shut up hypocrites and go home.
commented 2016-11-23 03:36:21 -0500
No need for oil and gas – surely those Star Trek “Dilithium Crystals” will save us all… Live Long And Prosper!…
commented 2016-11-22 23:35:25 -0500
I wonder if any of these twits know that a shipment of smartphones and other electronics they use daily would do far more damage to the Ocean than a a tanker spill.
commented 2016-11-22 21:48:44 -0500
Keep trying to get common sense to prevail. I can understand alternative energy may be feasible in the future, but not this week
commented 2016-11-22 21:34:57 -0500
I live in BC now, but have more in common with Alberta. I think a lot of people in the interior feel that way. I just hope that big earth quake comes sooner than later and takes out the Island and greater Vancouver. All the environazis, the terminally morally vain ill/misinformed sheeple will fall into the sea.
You don’t let them push you around Christopher, good job as usual. And Christopher, if you feel the earth shaking head east, north east, as the Fraser delta will be a boiling mass of moving porridge.
commented 2016-11-22 19:34:34 -0500
All these leg humping, granola crunching greenies are something else..!!! They think that wealth or lifestyle can be obtained by passing a unicorn Horn over fairy dust in the air and magically without lifting a finger and created wealth and lifestyle becomes theirs to enjoy .. The reality of it is the more traditional means of raising wealth and lifestyle such as mining, forestry, energy, agriculture and a manufacturing base is powered by common sense..
With luck we can save the country for our lifetimes but when these kids take over all bets are off..
commented 2016-11-22 19:14:33 -0500
Those activists who refuse to talk to TheRebel do so because they know they do not have the intellect to present their case. They know they do not have a case to present.
commented 2016-11-22 18:09:27 -0500
WILSON , you got guts
ELLIOT , you got guts

Phillips , you got liberalism— it’s a mental disorder
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