Yesterday, Alberta's NDP Premier Rachel Notley announced that Tzeporah Berman, the former Greenpeace International lobbyist, the co-founder of the anti-oilsands extremist group Forest Ethics, the woman who called for the oilsands to be abolished — she’s now in charge of the future of Alberta’s oil industry.
Other anti-oil lobbyists are on this oil sands advisory panel too. So, Notley has handed over the oil sands to foreign-funded activists who want to kill it.
I’m going to show you what Berman thinks about the industry, and its workers, in her own words, including her tweet about Fort McMurray after it was scorched by wildfire.
Berman’s appointment will mean tens of thousands of further layoffs.
We need to collect 100,000 signatures minimum on our new petition, to let Notley know that we won’t take this lying down.
We're also buying FireBerman.ca billboards around Alberta, to tell the truth about Berman that Notley’s fans in the mainstream media won’t.
Please VISIT FireBerman.ca and share it with friends and family.
Wildrose MLA Don MacIntyre joins me with his reaction to Notley's latest anti-oil sands decision.
We review even more clips showing Berman denouncing Canadian ethical oil.
NEXT: Author Tarek Fatah talks about a case of Islamist “lawfare” that has finally come to a conclusion. This time, the friends of free speech won the day — in a way. However, the case went on for years; it's part of a strategy to drain the resources of their targets (that is, anyone who criticizes radical Islam.)
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