February 16, 2018

Foreign-funded lobbyists vow to use violence to halt pipeline. Will Trudeau stop them — or join them?

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

A hard-left-wing MP just commissioned a poll about Trans Mountain Pipeline:

"Of the 938 British Columbians surveyed by Insights West, 48% said they support the pipeline expansion, while 44% opposed it, and 9% were undecided.”

And that support has actually gone up in the past few months, which is amazing after a decade of professional slander paid for by anti-oil extremist groups.

Here’s the other take-away from the poll:

"Of those who are opposed, 23% said they would consider acts of civil disobedience aimed at stopping or disrupting construction."

Well, 23% of 44% — that’s 10% of people who say they’d do civil disobedience. Let’s say 90% of those people are just being tough guys on the phone with pollsters, but one in ten out of them aren't. There are 4.6 million British Columbians. One in ten thousand ready to fight violently — that’s 460 people. I believe it.

A few years ago, protestors rioted about this very same Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline. There were more than 460 people there. One, Karen Mahon, was subsequently hired to work for Rachel Notley, on Alberta’s oil sands advisory council.

So was Tzeporah Berman, a former Greenpeace executive. A few days ago, she tweeted:

"Fact is people are angry and feel betrayed and hugs and platitudes are not enough. Conflict is messy and unpleasant but looking necessary"

She told the Calgary Herald:

“If they break ground, then there is no question that hundreds, if not thousands, will stand up to oppose them. Nobody likes conflict. I’ve been to jail and it’s not a pleasant place and I’m not looking forward to going back there. But we’ll do what it takes.”

Will the Trudeau Liberals try to stop her and these "hundreds" or "thousands" of protesters from getting violent?

Tonight I'll explain why I think the answer is no, using Trudeau's own words...

TONIGHT'S GUESTS: David Menzies and I talk about last night's PC leadership debate, then columnist Barbara Kay joins me to talk about "transracial" students in Delaware.

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commented 2018-02-18 12:22:55 -0500
Robert Raymond, too many people to hang….create jails for them & force them to bunk with these degenerate animals!
commented 2018-02-18 10:08:38 -0500
What is needed here is a bit of frontier justice.
Hang the judge and lawyers that are this soft on this evil POS.
commented 2018-02-18 08:21:00 -0500
How are we going to pay for health care and all the social welfare programs when at the same time destroying our industries and not utilizing our natural resources.
Of course we can just continue to borrow from the Chinese who are actively involved in destabilizing the world. They create chaos, refugees flood the free world and we borrow money from them to look after the refugees.
How stupid is that?
commented 2018-02-18 02:08:36 -0500
Ron Joseph, good job reporting on the NDP convention, thanks for that. You can see they are just as crazy, or even more so, than the Trudeau Liberals. The saying used to be that the NDP were just Liberals in a hurry. Wherever they go, the Liberals inevitably follow. Another way to put it would be that Liberals are NDP-tards. They just take a little longer than the NDP to get to the same degree of insanity, but they do, eventually.

Only a Conservative win in 2019 will prevent Canada from sliding into utter chaos within the next five years. Unfortunately, I’m too old and tired to be in the game any more, except for offering some thoughts here. But I urge younger people to get behind Andrew Scheer and help him to win the 2019 election for Canada’s sake.
commented 2018-02-17 23:43:58 -0500
Tammie Putinski-Zandbelt—-Tks for the Grey Cells video, pretty depressing as it shows Clintin, Soros and Trudeau working together on Globalism for Canada??
I will be glad when Seamus finds more on the supposed 2nd Mosque shooter.
commented 2018-02-17 22:54:07 -0500
Ted Tadright—I believe Scheer would do better with you as his Campaign Manager.
You mentioned the NDP helping the Liberals in a minority Gov..
I’ve been watching the NDP Convention and they want free dental, eye glasses and University plus anything else they can think of; and yes they honestly mentioned free Tampons as they claim that it is like toilet paper for men, and men don’t pay for it in public washrooms. The big benefit that they want is a Cheque issued each month from the Federal Gov. as a guaranteed wage whether you work or not.
Last of all is Jagmeet Singh had a meeting with Bernie Sanders. I think Singh looks like a Conservative compared to Bernie.
commented 2018-02-17 22:48:16 -0500
Do we really want another kid of a previous Prime Minister in power. We have one now. Hows that turning out? Put Mulroney into office, I want to be able to say “I Told You So,” I just love saying that.
She, like Trudie, has grown up in privilege and is completely out of touch with Canadians. Put her in office and I get the feeling it will be Daddy pulling the strings. Trudie doesn’t have a Daddy pulling the strings but he has Butts pulling them. I like Allen but she maybe just a bit too idealistic to be truly effective in the position of leader. I will wait to see how it goes but I favor Ford at this point.
commented 2018-02-17 21:49:32 -0500
Ron, Andrew Scheer appears to be centrist enough to siphon off some of the center Liberals who can’t abide Little Fidel’s SJW fanaticism, which would increase his chances of forming a Conservative majority government. But a minority Liberal government formed as a result of another centrist party running, would result in 2 million immigrants a year since the NDP would be keeping the Liberals in power on just such conditions, plus other SJW madness. The only way to avoid that is to back Scheer with a united Conservative front in 2019.
commented 2018-02-17 21:25:39 -0500
Off topic
Another excellent commentary by Little Grey Cells (Seamus meticulously researches all his videos)
commented 2018-02-17 20:34:31 -0500
Ted Tadright said," A new Conservative Party would split the vote like in Alberta"
The difference between the Alberta Situation and 2019 is there would be 4 strong Parties, 3 of which will be taking votes from the Liberals. The plan is that the New Center Party would siphon off the best Liberals, center Liberals.
Instead of heading for a cement wall with Scheer, confirming another Liberal Majority, the Liberals would only have a Minority Government. Therefore they won’t be able to pass policies like a million Immigrants per year.
It would certainly delay Trudeau and Sorris’s wish of turning Canada into an Islamic Country by 2023.
commented 2018-02-17 18:41:00 -0500
I give up.
You can’t beat ‘em..up, so I guess I’ll have to join them…OK, in going along now with the state-sanctioned, lefty mindsets like transgenderism and transracism and transphobiaism and transmissionism, etc.: I think…I am God…and therefore…I Am.

Great. I’m God today, in leftyland!
So since I’m God today, I want all you lefties and all the rest of the ah…undesirables, to ah, get off my planet…NOW!
Hey that’s kinda fun and ego boosting being a delusional lefty like that…especially if you don’t admit to yourself it’s all crazy BS.
(Sorry God, just trying to make a point)
commented 2018-02-17 16:52:06 -0500
Ron, a new center-right party would just split the conservative vote like it did in Alberta last time (or as it did in the 1990’s federally), allowing the fascist Liberals to stay in power and keep destroying Canada.

We need to unite behind Andrew Scheer now. He has said a number of things that convince me that he understands the grave peril that Canada is in now thanks to Little Fidel. He knows the situation is grave and that he has to win the next election or Canada is finished, just like Europe. I think he will defeat the Liberals in 2019. He understands campaigning and his track record is 100% electoral victory. So take courage!

commented 2018-02-17 16:09:22 -0500
Ted Tadright—If a new Center-Right Party isn’t born, or we don’t have a Leadership review, I may take your advise. According to Scheer’s polls, there won’t be much of a race to beat Fidel.
commented 2018-02-17 14:36:05 -0500
RON JOSEPH, Scheer wasn’t my first choice of Conservative Party leader. It was Pierre Lemieux, a social conservative who I think would have easily taken the Conservatives back to power in the next election. But it is what it is now, and we have a choice of either four more years of a liberal/SJW fascist regime under Little Fidel, or Scheer, who, while not perfect, will at least restore basic sanity to Canada. So let’s start talking him up as the sane alternative to Little Fidel with anyone and everyone who will listen. If we don’t get the Conservatives back into power in 2019, this country is finished. It will be the Europe of North America (a project begun by Pierre Trudeau), with all the horror that will entail (think Paris, Nice, Berlin, Brussels, Manchester, London Barcelona etc. transferred to Canada), while Little Fidel attacks Christians and the Right as the enemy. Scheer at least is not that. He has the basic sanity and common sense that Little Fidel lacks. We have to try to save Canada from that fate.
commented 2018-02-17 13:03:31 -0500
Robert Raymond—My close friend, a Gov. Employee says they used to have a meeting on Thursdays to come up with subjects to talk about during the regular Friday meeting.
commented 2018-02-17 12:45:23 -0500
Come on Rebelers if you think things are going to get better before they get worse than I’ll have to tell y’all we’re fucked !
Why even ask the question of what True’duh would do its excruciatingly obviousy what a POS do nothing he is !
Suffice to say NDP Jagmeet destruction, and even if Scheer somehow manages to win the next election while he’s quite a bit better than True’duh I believe him to be a POS too ! Canada is infected from the top down & the only way things will get better is with the resetting of the whole system , now ask yourself do you see this happening !!!
commented 2018-02-17 12:33:13 -0500
TED TADRIGHT—Some good points, like Scheer going on Radio open-line shows.
The truth is Ted, that we are whipping a dead horse. Can you imagine if Doug Ford was the Federal Conservative Leader; the press would be following him around, or Kevin O’leary, although he isn’t too popular here, our Economy would be booming.
commented 2018-02-17 12:28:57 -0500
Bravo Zulu, good suggestions.
commented 2018-02-17 11:22:22 -0500
Michael, but the government controls it and will make you dance like spit on a griddle to get it and to keep it. No more autonomy. Its not an acceptable trade off.
commented 2018-02-17 11:19:30 -0500
Apply for the grant. ITS NOT THE GOVERNMENT MONEY, it’s the TAXPAYER’S MONEY……
commented 2018-02-17 11:19:29 -0500
Why do we allow this outside interference in our affairs? The instigators must be cut off. The only dedicated anarchists here are either brainwashed mostly unemployed people who have no concept of what makes this country function, have a vested spin off interest or are directly funded by OUTSIDE sources. Money funnelled through every international environmental group in existence. Check out who is behind and funds these groups and you will see some familiar names, big names. It will often take you on a trip though one enviro group to another group or business to get to the names.

Butts has made this industry of deceit his career since University and has all the contacts to choreograph an epic shut down that any corrupt government could ever dream of. It is criminal. This government is rotten with foreign money.

Robert Raymond, what you say is true. Women, generally speaking of course, are community organizers, not decisive leaders, as a rule.
commented 2018-02-17 08:08:23 -0500
So why, pray tell, are the only viable candidates females.
I have nothing against females, I married one, but forgive me ladies, women tend to want to talk things through as nauseum whereas men will take action and talk later.
Where the hell would we be if guys like Churchill wanted to “talk”things through?
In my last job, I worked for an organization with a high female to male ratio.
One average, there where five meetings a week lasting anywhere from 1 hour to 1/2 a day.
Nothing of importance was really discussed and 20% of the time was used to reschedule the next meeting.
Sorry ladies, actions speak louder than words.
commented 2018-02-17 07:52:57 -0500
I have the solution but people would not like it.

Meet any violence with extremely superior violence.

Cut ALL oil and gas off to BC.

Any foreigners entering canada (intentional no caps) to work with the “anti” crowd get an automatic 20 years in jail – NO parole.

You can be certain the POS running the country that once was a nice place called canada – and his islamic cabinet will do nothing. If anything he and they will support him.

The lower canada sinks, the better – making it easier to join the other third world countries.
commented 2018-02-17 04:55:13 -0500
NDP Sucks, we in the private sector call it zero based budgeting, where each year each department resets to zero and starts justifying expense items again, not just going back to previous year and saying we start there, with an increase of course… Government will never hear of such lunacy as operating within your means.
commented 2018-02-17 03:02:26 -0500
I love it when a candidate talks budget cuts such as Doug Ford’s comment about finding 2% of the budget to offset cancelling the carbon tax. The media moderators always get that serious look on their face and act like the candidate has a new eye ball growing out of his forehead.

Slashing 5% of a government budget is easy and will not affect operational effectiveness. Anyone who has been involved in the process knows budget proposals are always padded with ambitious over programming and it some cases outright greed. It simply means cutting back on the nice to have items such as personal professional development which is almost considered an entitlement with career public servants. There are many more line items that can be reduced on a year by year basis such as computers, furniture, beautification, travel, conferences, pay raises and relocation. Then you get into spending smart on needed operational priorities and that is where people really get their knickers in a knot when a percentage of their funding is overtaken and spent in another area where the need is more real and necessary. I have seen the resistance and many people get a real hate on when their funds are reallocated. Pay freezes are another item that people get real bitchy about but most people can absorb a one year freeze without any problem. The lowest paid people do have a problem with a pay freeze but they are never accounted for as they are included in the decision to freeze wages.

The problem is civil servants expect to receive all of the requested funds and a yearly increase due to inflation and a March Madness spending spree to spend all of their money before the end of the fiscal year. They have not been conditioned to cut backs or freezes and not spending their budget could result in a decrease the following fiscal year. I cannot imagine the total amount federally and all of the provinces totalled together but it must be in the tens of billions. Back in 1994 there was a direction from Ottawa to cut back 10% for that year and this caused quite a resistance from a few people but we got through it so it is possible.
commented 2018-02-17 01:45:40 -0500
Ezra, when I heard Caroline Mulroney say that “Conservation is a conservative principle”, the hair on the back of my neck stood up. Remember when Preston Manning said that and you called him out on it? You had a great reply, the gist of which was that he had abandoned conservatism in favor of a phony ‘conservation-is-conservatism’ line of B.S. Exactly right, and now we see it again in Caroline Mulroney. Let’s face it, she isn’t a conservative, she’s a liberal posing as a conservative, just like Preston Manning. It’s no coincidence that Patrick Brown’s team went to her after he quit as leader.

Doug Ford for Premier of Ontario, Tanya Allen for Education Minister. Real conservatives, not liberal phonies!
commented 2018-02-17 01:14:13 -0500
John Williams, I empathize with your dilemma. Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of the all?

If only beauty were brains, what a well-run country Canada would be now. Yes, instead of a pathetic braindead regime in Ottawa, with a sinking economy and a liberal/SJW fascist iron curtain falling across the land, we would have, well, the government and economy we had under Stephen Harper, with full employment, a growing economy that funds health care, and freedom of thought and speech.

It makes you pine for the days when beautiful hair and teeth weren’t the measure of good governance, eh? Of course, I mean among the people, not the MSM, which have for years labored under this delusion…
commented 2018-02-17 00:57:16 -0500
Ron, Scheer is going to have to hit the talk radio circuit (the Spud-loving MSM are a non-starter for him) with a vengeance, and unrelentingly attack Trudeau for his Newspeak gaffes, his Christophobia and vicious slander of evangelical Christians, his catastrophic job losses, and above all, his terrorist-coddling sellout of Canada’s national security. He has to wake Canadians up to the truth that the MSM are hiding from them, and fast. It’s the only way he can win the next election. He can’t out-charm Trudeau. He has to expose Trudeau for the feckless, hypocritical, bigoted con artist that he is.
commented 2018-02-17 00:45:10 -0500
Caroline Mulroneys hair is so beautiful I think I have to vote for her. Her perfect teeth also make me want to vote for her. Its tough, Justins hair and teeth are also beautiful and he is photogenic. So hard to decide.
commented 2018-02-17 00:32:55 -0500
Quiet night, so here is today’s poll re three Leaders:
Trudeau—48% Positive Scheer—25% Positive
20% negative 24% Negative
12% Neutral 30% Neutral
16% Undecided 18% undecided

Not enough info’ on Singh, though he was average.
This was in impartial poll done by the young looking pollster that worked for Sun News 3 years ago.
CPC needs a Leadership review!