April 11, 2017

Green Party set to play spoiler as BC election officially kicks off

Christopher WilsonRebel Commentator

The BC provincial election campaign has officially begun. The BC Liberals have been in power since 2001 making them the longest serving government in Canada but this coalition of federal Conservatives and free market liberals aren’t like Justin Trudeau Liberals.

This coalition is made to ensure the NDP don't come to power in British Columbia, because their record is nothing short of terrible.

They oppose construction of the Kinder Morgan pipeline, some favour a moratorium on fracking, they oppose construction of the Site C dam, and they’ve made a litany of promises for new spending and social programs without a way to pay for it.

It’s safe to say a tax hike is in the cards should Horgan and the NDP win.

Watch as I show you some of the latest poll numbers that have the Green Party at record levels of support, ready to play the spoiler.

As the election begins, I’d like to hear from viewers about what kind of coverage you’d like to see. Should it focus on exposing the NDP platform and candidates? Or, perhaps you’re from Alberta and want to remind British Columbians about just how bad it’s getting under Rachel Notely’s last remaining NDP government?

Email me at Christopher@theRebel.Media and let me know what you think!

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commented 2017-04-12 22:31:59 -0400
I believe the very silent majority will come through and common sense will put the mixed Liberals back in with a small majority. Why would a voter fire a Premier whose Province is the envy of the Country?
We cannot under estimate the adult voters memories of the NDP’s lost decade of the 1990’s in BC.
The Green scum always start out strong at the beginning of the campaign; then their followers think of how high unemployment may affect their Welfare Cheques.
commented 2017-04-12 16:43:56 -0400
The BC Liberals are loathsome for many reasons, but when push comes to shove, I won’t be crying if they keep the NDP from power. That’s really the best one can get in BC, as the voting base is very liberal-left wing.
commented 2017-04-12 02:48:52 -0400
Everybody says how they will leave if such and such a party wins… like the hillary supporters who were all planning to move to Canada.. it didn’t happen. That being said, last time that BC had an NDP government, it was so bad, I really did move to the US… and if (God forbid) they win again, I’ll move back to the US… and take my family, company and jobs with me.
True that BC Liberals (no connection to federal liberals), have been in power for a long time.. BUT, Christy Clark specifically is just finishing her first elected term.
commented 2017-04-12 00:36:31 -0400
“Should it focus on exposing the NDP platform and candidates? Or, perhaps you’re from Alberta and want to remind British Columbians about just how bad it’s getting under Rachel Notely’s last remaining NDP government?”
Chris, Chris, Chris. You are forgetting the 3 pillars of leftiedom once again. OK. Class pay attention and we’ll cover this again. The 3 pillars of leftiedom are:
1. They never learn from their mistakes.
3. They refuse to exercise discernment.
So the chance of the Alberta experience under the NDP making one whit of difference is zero.
commented 2017-04-12 00:30:15 -0400
Maybe Christopher you should launch a new “postings train” heading into the May 9th B.C. election headed “I Remember the NDP years!” LIke – “I remember the NDP years on Vancouver Island.. Every used car lot from Victoria to Campbell River was full of pickup trucks their owners could no long afford to own..” or “I remember the NDP years – those sneaky radar speed cameras used to raise revenue…”
commented 2017-04-12 00:08:48 -0400
Great summary of the weird political landscape in BC. Its frustrating to have no clear conservative candidate to vote for. Its about who I don’t want in namely the NDP. I can’t imagine where the socialist party would pick up where a carbon taxing, left/right (the BC liberals) would take us. Its like a choice for breakfast of A. Crap (the NDP), B. Seaweed (The Greens) or C. Porridge (the Liberals). Well…. sigh, I’ll take the Porridge I guess even if it is garnished with carbon and donations from private donors. My only joy will be in seeing the NDP being crushed in the next Alberta election. Kind of wish I lived there just for that. Kind of.
commented 2017-04-11 18:49:19 -0400
I lived in Victoria for 10 years and the retards there are against pipelines but were quite happy when a pipeline was built between Vancouver and Victoria to provide natural gas and get people off using low grade fuel for their furnaces that required a tank either outside or inside their basement.
Like most green eco-retards they believe that pipelines aren’t necessary because if you need gas you just go to the local Chevron station.
Vancouverites aren’t any brighter – a decade ago there was two guys with the same name running for mayor. One was a well accomplished Alderman , the other a paraplegic who had been on welfare for years . Guess which one Vancouverites voted for ? Yep ! the welfare paraplegic .
In BC , City Hall and the Legislature are insane asylums and the inmates are running the show.
commented 2017-04-11 18:34:16 -0400
WILSON , what PETER and ANDY said , keep digging and exposing the leftards .

I live in bc and Alberta , fellow British Columbians , Alberta is lean and thin , it even effects the the economy here in the Shuswap and the okanogan , it takes a long time to recover

WILSON. Keep painting the scene of what it would look like if they ………. Yikes!!!!!!!!
commented 2017-04-11 17:08:24 -0400
Christopher… I would suggest you also “refresh the memory” of B.C. voters by highlighting some of the insanities of the NDP Harcourt/Clark/Miller/Dosanjh years from 1991 to 2001 when many industries ground to to a halt… And just like Albertans these days, many B.C. residents gave up an moved to greener pastures… For example, how many years did it take the forestry sector to recover under Campbell – some nine or ten years?…
commented 2017-04-11 16:27:15 -0400
The NDP in BC do appear to be more apt to “Leap” on the left side of the political spectrum more so than even the other NDP parties in Canada, which is definitely quite frightening.

Chris, your idea to dig deeper into the insanity of the BC NDP is a good idea, exposing them for the nutbars that they are.

I would also recommend digging deeper into the Liberal party … maybe get interviews
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