August 16, 2016

Even “conservatives” are pushing “the Religion of Green” — but HERE’S how to stop it

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

Guest hosting for Ezra Levant, broadcaster Jerry Agar says: These days those people who may have said they reject religion have adopted a new one. It's called "The Religion of Green."

Politicians are mortgaging our future on a plan to turn the earth into heaven.

In Ontario, even so-called conservatives, led by Patrick Brown, are talking about taxing carbon.

While we are free to practice our own religion, freedom also means that we have the right not to be subjected to the impact of the beliefs of others.

Get on the phone, on your email, and tell your local politicians, provincially and federally, to stop it.

NEXT: Dr. Tim Ball, climatologist and Rebel columnist, explains why leftist messaging on green policies is so much easier to market than sane, right-of-centre solutions.

THEN: Jordan Bateman, BC Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, talks about why the Supreme Courts' move to give unions more freedom could hurt the taxpayer in the long run.

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commented 2016-08-18 07:36:12 -0400
@john Siciliano………:-)

“You’re fuckin’ a white male”

Now how could the accuser possibly know with such conviction and passion that the accused was engaging in sex with a white male unless the accuser happened to be the white male the accused was having sex with.

Frankly I think that faggots outing their bum buddies with that sort of kiss and tell is really crass.

A misplaced modifier is a word, phrase, or clause that is improperly separated from the word it modifies / describes. Because of the separation, sentences with this error often sound awkward and ridiculous, and are set up straight lines for jokes.

“Your” and “you’re” will often slip right through spellcheck.
commented 2016-08-17 18:50:35 -0400
Good idea, lose the pragmatic environmentalist vote who would never support carbon trading or credits. Instead, cater to the usual dishonest threatening element who claim they may vote conservative if they do, but will not be they hate conservatives in other matters (but if elected,they will claim it was their vote that did it)
commented 2016-08-17 18:47:25 -0400
John Siciliano just another possibly shallow person obsessed with the grammar but not the content ,

Just as a number of people in CNN complaining about Donald Trump’s poor use of grammar but ignoring he is the only one to target Women and non-Whites by speaking to the individuals themselves and not the groups who claim to represent them, often of whom do not as they are radical lefties
commented 2016-08-17 14:41:06 -0400
John Siciliano said, "Yet Lawrence O’Byrne used “your” instead of the correct you are or the contraction you’re. "

Picking on grammar or spelling errors in order to condescend someone is low.

I have met people that cannot read nor write very well that are far smarter than a boat load of highly educated people.

Intelligence is independent from knowledge.
commented 2016-08-17 12:56:03 -0400
So true BILL ELDER, and brilliantly stated. How can we drum that into the heads of the FOOLS that bought this garbage though? Anyone with a clue has known since the origin of the first attempt at carbon credits in Europe years ago, this was a grande scam. Its like a chain letter. Although more sophisticated as the years go by, people continue to allow themselves to get sucked in.

commented 2016-08-17 11:27:47 -0400
- For politicians the climate scam means endless streams of “green” taxes all while patting themselves on the back & telling us what good work they’re doing. Followers of the climate cult like to say how they have science on their side but in the end the science isn’t there & their belief is based on blind faith.

- Time to ban public service unions.

- “Progressives” have a hug-a-thug mindset as they focus on disarming law abiding citizens.
commented 2016-08-17 11:20:38 -0400
Only imbiciles or thieves promote carbon taxing – which is in effect just another consumptive tax that is collected at every step in the production and supply chain – and once collect will provably not cure what it was instituted to solve.

It is pure and open Kleptocracy, and any politician which supports it is a shill for the globalist elite. Carbon taxing does Soros and Rockefeller more good than the climate. The current use of public revenues which are generated through both carbon taxes and cap-and-trade is more than $28.3 billion in government “carbon revenues” currently collected each year in 40 countries and another 16 states or provinces around the world. Of those revenues, 27% ($7.8 billion) are used to subsidize “green tech” crony corporatism; 26% ($7.4 billion) goes into the pockets of the regime running the tax; and 36% ($10.1 billion) are returned to transnational business interests through tax cuts or direct rebates.

It’s the biggest public trough feeding frenzy in history and all the pigs at the trough are big biz and big lobbies – taxpayers get zip, the climate gets zip, consumers pay the bill.
commented 2016-08-17 10:03:49 -0400
@ john, we all make grammar mistakes when we post and spell check doesn’t pick them up but if YOU’RE worried i used your instead of YOU’RE it shows how anal you are, hows that john ,now eff off spelling Nazi,,i will be sure to check future posts you make and will be pleased to correct you on any of your grammar and the point i made about kelly and his stupidity is still factual
commented 2016-08-17 09:37:27 -0400
…I meant to add that Hudak didn’t know how to fight.
commented 2016-08-17 09:35:48 -0400
You’re right Paul, Hudak was absolutely right. It would have been relatively painless. No one would have had the rug pulled out from under them except the union bosses of course. It would have been a slow systematic decline, no one would have lost their jobs outright. These unions are powerful thugs, worse than the mafia and not about to relinquish any power whatsoever. The union monster is too big in Canada now to control.

Why is Jay Kelly bringing up Islam, the theocracy incompatible with western society in this discussion?
commented 2016-08-17 09:12:26 -0400
PAUL…..YOU ARE SPOT ON….THERE IS NO COMMON SENSE ( just read some of kelly’s posts )
commented 2016-08-17 07:55:27 -0400
Yes, Tim Hudak lost because he was telling the truth. But it’s how he did it…the 100,000 jobs would have been met by retirement and attrition. But when MSM manipulated the situation insisting that Hudak said he was going to fire 100,00 civil servants, he didn’t defend it. MSM distorted the message but he didn’t refute it…By not refuting it he left the party open to defeat. He was talking common sense but people in large population areas like Toronto don’t have common sense…they’ve become citiots…
commented 2016-08-17 06:27:08 -0400
@jay Kelly…this does have the dynamics of religious belief. Where there is no clergy dispelling superstition there is clergy creating superstition.

There is an almost inate mindset that “nature’s” wrath is punishment for “man’s” sins. The high priestesses of the Gaia cult (we at MGTOW call them by their former name….witches) are called “eco-feminists”….now that’s pronounced eeeko feminists not echo feminists……echo feminists would be like “MEN ARE PIGS…pigs…pigs…pigs….pigs”……..:-)
commented 2016-08-17 06:16:57 -0400
@rebelation Rebelation…it’s really not a matter of the SCC favouring unions, the law must be upheld. Trudeau the Elder with one of the biggest majority governments in history (and he was a lawyer and a liberal who appointed his choice of SCC) tried to impose a 6 and five percent rollback on federal wage contracts…which got lots of publicity. What got no publicity was that the unions took the government to court and forced them into an out of court settlement getting free dental for all union employees to perpetuity…which was a bargain compared to the fleecing the courts would have given them.

Iceland by concensus said screw the bank loans when the bubble burst….lots of news over that….eight years later they started paying the loans back…..sound of crickets chirping.

These may have been bad deals ….but it’s a good thing that governments are made to honour their contracts…otherwise nobody would enter into a contract with the government.

So what is the cure for citizens getting hosed by the teacher’s unions of their province? Make it an unlawful conflict of interest for teachers to run for provincial public office.
commented 2016-08-17 03:23:33 -0400
John, one more thing. Nobody likes a spelling or grammar Nazi.
commented 2016-08-17 03:20:40 -0400
Yeah Jay, Lawrence was writing about you. He used your name so that must have been your first hint. You really are thick as a brick.

John Siciliano. The NATO attack on Libya was in response to Gaddafi’s persecution, torture and killing of peaceful protesters. This had nothing to do with globalism. The problem that I see is that NATO pulled out before there was a stable government in place. This provided an opening for extremists and islamists and finally terrorists to move in and use Libya as a base of operations. Libya is now one of the main launching points for illegal immigrants flowing from Africa into Europe which is the goal of the global socialists, not NATO countries.

Harper conducted many trade missions during his time in office and concluded approximately 30 trade deals. Previous to this there were a total of 6, if my memory is correct. If this benefitted Canadian corporations then so be it. It should also benefit Canadian workers to maintain or increase job opportunities. So what is wrong with that?
commented 2016-08-17 02:30:32 -0400
Yet Lawrence O’Byrne used “your” instead of the correct you are or the contraction you’re.

This is something that teachers taught students back in elementary school; Lawrence may want to read up on grade 3 or 4 or even less and learn it again.

The fact of the matter is that even the Conservative party of Canada supported globalism but done through NATO and more wars such as Libya and other institutions such as that. Remember globalism can be done through many routes, but Conservatives fail to see how being solely for war and corporations can also be an easy route to sell away a nation’s foreign policy, and made a nation owned solely by another based on special interests and foreign policy favours.
commented 2016-08-17 02:21:55 -0400
Lawrence O’Byrne writes: “kelly your too stupid ..shut up”

It is probably written about me.

let’s write an intelligent critique about Islam.
commented 2016-08-17 01:21:22 -0400
Justin is probably just learning , right about now , that his socialist leanings are very tightly controlled by his friends that manipulate the UN . Or— maybe – he already knew it and Canada is just a " Stepping Stone" for his greater GLORY in the New World Order .
commented 2016-08-17 01:13:31 -0400
kelly your too stupid ..shut up
commented 2016-08-17 00:59:07 -0400
The good thing if the SCC favours the unions, is that it’s so over the top, they’ll lose all credibility. I guess Trudeau is now finding out first-hand why Harper was fighting with them all the time!!

It would be an excuse for Gov’s to sell the schools, as the only way to get rid of the employees and letting the private sector take over.
commented 2016-08-17 00:59:07 -0400
NDP spews his socialist tripe, and expects us to go along with it.
commented 2016-08-17 00:58:44 -0400
That is some wishful thinking, REBELATION REBELATION . I’d like to think that’s possible but I don’t.
commented 2016-08-17 00:56:56 -0400
Yeah, that’s twice Jay, you want him don’t you.
commented 2016-08-17 00:53:37 -0400
We are being held hostage by these unions. The teachers union is the worst. Where will it end? It’s not sustainable, it has to stop. I can’t believe how corrupt Canada is becoming. Jordan Bateman, brought up some chilling points. Can you imagine Notely not setting the stage for unions for when her reign of terror is over? We need a fresh batch of Supreme Court judges, like that’s ever going to happen. We’re doomed to be bled dry.
commented 2016-08-17 00:37:30 -0400
If the Supreme Court sides with the BC Unions, hopefully, Trudeau will use the Notwithstanding Clause to override the decision. That’s a hint Justin!!!
commented 2016-08-17 00:28:00 -0400
Jay. Are you smoking crack again. Get back into your rubber room and be a good lunatic.
commented 2016-08-17 00:26:17 -0400
That is very strange – Jay Kelly . Not that there is anything wrong it - but - that is 2 posts in a row where you are envisioning Ezra without any clothes.
It is OK if you are That way.
commented 2016-08-17 00:15:10 -0400
The idea and the image of Ezra Levant posing without a shirt as a sort of photo-bombing is disgusting.

Each of us still has to deal with religion.