September 11, 2019

Liberals find a new way to stop pipelines: Blame sexism

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

The government-owned Transmountain pipeline is on hold, yet again.

Construction is delayed to allow the courts to hear 6 more appeals to block the pipeline based on environmental concerns. After 4.5 billion dollars in tax dollar investment that didn’t need to be, the Liberal government failed to mount a legal defense of the pipeline before the courts.

The Liberals are trying to be all things to all people: Outwardly masquerading as pro-oil and gas while doing nothing to advance the cause when they have the opportunity to make a difference.

And if you speak up about the Liberal bungling of oil and gas, or against the carbon tax, the media is trying to label you as part of a disturbing trend of right-wing misogyny ⁠— a trend that seems to be evidenced by anecdotes about swearing and unbelievable stories from female environmentalists.

My guest tonight is Robbie Picard from Oilsands Strong. He joins me tonight to talk about the Liberals repeated screw-ups on the pipeline file, what that means for the future of Canada and how screaming about sexism is the new “shut up and pay your carbon tax!”

Comments
You must be logged in to comment. Click here to log in.
commented 2019-09-13 21:08:22 -0400
You have a small handful of very evil people who are funding climate hysteria, buying politicians, setting up NGOs, buying off media outlets, etc. They’re using climate hysteria to protect their energy investments from competition & manipulate the financial markets & have a vast army of useful idiots to help them out.
commented 2019-09-13 20:58:10 -0400


SAY “NO” TO ISLAM
commented 2019-09-13 20:53:30 -0400


SAY “NO” TO MASS IMMIGRATION.

SAY “NO” TO CARBON TAXES

SAY “NO” TO MULTICULTURALISM

SAYYES” TO MAXIME, PPC, & JUDAO-CHRISTIAN CANADIAN CULTURE
commented 2019-09-12 19:48:17 -0400
Trudeau and his motley gang are probably getting paid handsomely by the Arabs to kill off the Canadian oil industry. Before long the killing off will be targeted on Canadians. Time to string our Bows lads.
commented 2019-09-12 19:38:35 -0400
All I saw was a video about a woman being stabbed multiple times. It did make me think of Trudeau though, in a most satisfying manner.
commented 2019-09-12 19:38:33 -0400
Jamie, it’s time to put up toll gates for all commercial vehicles on the BC and SK borders. Pay up or turn around. Your analysis is correct. This is why when Trump came along he was accepted by the masses and excoriated by the elites.

Too bad Max is so quiet. I’ve heard of no meetings from our local PPC candidate. Time’s awasting.
commented 2019-09-12 17:10:40 -0400
Well, the Liberals and the Greens and the InDeepers are stopping the pipelines for one reason: because NO ONE in Alberta is taking any constructive action to stop them.

The Petroleum companies are sucking and blowing at the same time.
The unions have sat back and done F-all.
No one has blocked the T-Canada, the CN mainline, or barricaded any government offices.
And everyone dinks just around on the internet, huffing and puffing about a separation that they know damned well – because of all the pinkos in Edmonton and Calgary – will never happen.
commented 2019-09-12 14:03:06 -0400
SEAN PENSON commented 4 hours ago

We only lovingly urge Alberta to change.
-———————
Which is code for “we really want Alberta to stop being Alberta and become Ontario”.
Everything you listed for change is what makes Alberta what it is- unique in the confederation. Why doesn’t Ontariowe change to be more like Alberta? After all, Alberta has the money (or did and would have again if it had pipelines available) that is distributed to the ROC through transfer payments.

Your view is like a wife beater husband who tells his wife, “I love you, Babe. I just want you to lose weight, get a boob job, grow 3 inches, change your hair style, get plastic surgery on your nose and cheek areas and become someone else. That’s all. I do love you though.”

That wife is smart to find another lover. Or go it on her own.
commented 2019-09-12 12:40:02 -0400
Yes. all I see is an old show from Israel. It’s very annoying.
commented 2019-09-12 11:07:22 -0400
By the way, why am I not seeing the show advertised? Is anyone else seeing an old show from Israel in place of the pipeline story? What gives?
commented 2019-09-12 10:55:46 -0400
Submit, submit, submit they ‘lovingly’ urge.
The elites don’t understand who and what or who they are up against.
commented 2019-09-12 10:51:02 -0400
Jack Mintz: Canadians have taken Alberta for granted. That’s dangerous for us all
No other province has contributed so much wealth to the rest of Canada
https://business.financialpost.com/opinion/jack-mintz-canadians-have-taken-alberta-for-granted-thats-dangerous-for-us-all
-—————————————
…..and if the elites who think they know better don’t want us, no problem. Why would we stay in a federation that reviles us and only wants to change us. We are the only ones who are trying to hold on to this nation and the sad reality is that we may have to get out of the federation in order to save what is left of it. It will become apparent October 21.
commented 2019-09-12 10:46:08 -0400
What if we don’t want to be ‘changed’ by ingrates like you Penson? And why the bloody hell should we ‘change’ for bloody ingrates like you? Who the hell do these do gooders think they are. They are not better and they don’t know better. Maybe we want you to ‘change’ except people in the west are a lot more live and let live than the elites in the east and on the coasts. Screw you.
commented 2019-09-12 10:39:08 -0400
Sean Penson:
“We just wished that Alberta get out of the petroleum based economy.It must change…..”
Do you know when the world will stop using petroleum?When there is no petroleum left.
Do you seriously think a multi-trillion dollar business is just going to pack it in(all over the world)?
Killing pipelines in Canada was never about the environment or diversification or any of the other arguments put forth.It is about stopping Canada from not only being self sufficient regarding the petroleum industry…but also stopping Canada from producing enough to sell it internationally.
Various groups with economic agendas want Canada….not to stop using oil…simply to buy foreign oil and be dependent on foreign oil.They achieve their goal by the “useful idiots” approach.Al Gore,Suzuki et al scare the uninformed by saying the world is going to end because of petroleum use.Now you have your"army"to go forth and fight battles for your “cause”.
Check your history books….this has been happening since recorded time…and has been successfully used by numerous hucksters for various “causes”.
This post is actually for other viewers…as you are simply a troll and your smarmy,nauseous comments come forth because….well….you are a troll and that is simply what troll does.
commented 2019-09-12 10:38:21 -0400
If anyone thinks for a second that Iveson and Nenshi are the way,please take these clowns off our hands.These two dipsticks have a spending problem and with Iveson this turd can’t complete one project on time or budget or without some kind of failure.This dumb and dumber team are Trudeau mini mes!!!! No place for socialism in Alberta. Try again Penson.
commented 2019-09-12 09:46:42 -0400
Duke of Paducah

Nobody has a hate for Alberta!

On the contrary, we love Alberta!

We just wished that Alberta get out of the petroleum based economy. It must change, and at least better diversify.

We also want Alberta to change politically! You people had a centre-left government for a short while. You can vote centre-left federally as well.

Look at how Canadians envy Mayors Nenshi & Iveson!

We only lovingly urge Alberta to change
commented 2019-09-12 09:40:47 -0400
Trudeau is essentially anti-pipelines, just as his friend Liz May. He may occasionally talk about supporting the oil industry,but in his little enviro-zealot’s heart,he opposes them, just like his BFF Gerald Butts,whose influence on Justin is even more substantial than that of his beloved late Father Pierre. I have to laugh at Liz May’s statement that under a Green government the Irvings would no longer be allowed to import ME oil. She must be mentally deficient if she doesn’t know that the two most influential families in the Canadian power elite are deeply invested in ME oil,and there is no way in hell any government could stop them from making their billions. If Trudeau wins a minority and is dependent on the Greens to retain power, I seriously doubt May would get the environment ministry with her idiotic take on how Canada is run.The Desmarais and Irving families would never allow it.
commented 2019-09-12 09:21:02 -0400
Did you hear Elizabeth May taking yesterday about how we need to shut down all carbon based fuels ( i.e. Alberta’s ) but then she stated that Mr Irving would no longer be allowed to import Saudi oil for his refineries (unethical oil?). But not to worry, he can use Hibernia oil instead.

So Hibernia oil is OK but not Alberta oil? These lefties really do have a hate on for Alberta. I think it is plain envy of Alberta’s success without the need for government subsidies that keep them off the socialist plantation and thereby no need for SJW “help”.
commented 2019-09-12 09:16:19 -0400
JAY KELLY commented 8 hours ago
Justin Trudeau has a balancing act this election; that is for sure. If he continues to promote the Trans Mountain Pipeline he will have to make sure all his i’s are dotted and his t’s crossed. Everyone is out to get him for political reasons, and Scheer is no exception. Trudeau knows the pipeline is good for the country, but he also knows that even Albertans are willing to toss it out for political reasons.
-——————-
Jay, this is one of your better reasoned responses with only a couple of mistakes.

Everyone is out to get him for political reasons, and Scheer is no exception.
-——————————
They are out to get him because he is a stupid, spoiled, rich, trust fund brat who is destroying the country as he treats it like a new toy at Christmas.

…even Albertans are willing to toss it out for political reasons.
-————————-
In your dreams, Jay. They need money to live more than they need to score political points.

Up your meds a bit more and you should be fine.
commented 2019-09-12 09:01:30 -0400
Pipeline approval of all of them would mean enough money and jobs for all Canadians.
Especially those on need and on fixed income,s. Low income housing, hospital beds,treatment center,s, veteran,s etc.

This is the Trudeau government
Instead 44 billion in work on LNG given to China to be manufactured there killing Canadian jobs. Billions in oil imported half way round the world and up the ST.Lawrence killing whales and again exporting Canadian jobs and money.

Laughing stock of the world as drug money is laundered and put into real estate making housing un-affordable and creating a massive homeless population.
Millions spent on illegal,s crossing our border to put them in hotels all the while Canadians in need suffer.
commented 2019-09-12 08:16:52 -0400
“Justin Trudeau has a balancing act this election; that is for sure. If he continues to promote the Trans Mountain Pipeline he will have to make sure all his i’s are dotted and his t’s crossed.”

The Liberal way = Talk through both sides of your mouth depending on the audience you are speaking to.

July 11, 2019
https://www.spencerfernando.com/2019/07/11/anti-pipeline-activist-running-for-trudeau-liberals/
“Of course, the fact that the Liberals are running Guilbeault as a candidate shows how – whatever they may claim – the Liberals are not friends of Canada’s energy industry, and can’t be trusted to stand up for Canadian oil and Canadian pipelines.”
commented 2019-09-12 01:40:41 -0400
Justin Trudeau has a balancing act this election; that is for sure. If he continues to promote the Trans Mountain Pipeline he will have to make sure all his i’s are dotted and his t’s crossed. Everyone is out to get him for political reasons, and Scheer is no exception. Trudeau knows the pipeline is good for the country, but he also knows that even Albertans are willing to toss it out for political reasons.
commented 2019-09-12 01:03:14 -0400
$4.5 billion isn’t that much,?
-————————————-
Especially for a guy who lives off his grandpa’s trust fund.

especially when it comes to preserving the economy and national unity.
-——————-
Of course it is doing none of these things. Alberta separatist sentiments are running high…

“A February poll by the Angus Reid Institute found that 50 per cent of Albertans would support secession from Canada. In contrast, in an October 2016 poll, 82 per cent of Quebecers said they have no desire to revisit the idea of sovereignty any time soon.”
National Post …and their economy is in the toilet. But don’t let the facts get in the way of your BS narrative.

As for the rest of Canada:

“Slumping Alberta oil prices could have ‘dire’ impact on rest of Canada, warns economist”
CBC

If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with BS.
commented 2019-09-12 01:03:14 -0400
$4.5 billion isn’t that much,?
-————————————-
Especially for a guy who lives off his grandpa’s trust fund.

especially when it comes to preserving the economy and national unity.
-——————-
Of course it is doing none of these things. Alberta separatist sentiments are running high…

“A February poll by the Angus Reid Institute found that 50 per cent of Albertans would support secession from Canada. In contrast, in an October 2016 poll, 82 per cent of Quebecers said they have no desire to revisit the idea of sovereignty any time soon.”
National Post …and their economy is in the toilet. But don’t let the facts get in the way of your BS narrative.

As for the rest of Canada:

“Slumping Alberta oil prices could have ‘dire’ impact on rest of Canada, warns economist”
CBC

If you can’t dazzle them with brilliance, baffle them with BS.
commented 2019-09-12 01:02:58 -0400
SEAN PENSON commented 3 hours ago
This pipeline should just be forgotten about.

The coalition governing BC doesn’t want it. Washington State doesn’t want it. Some First Nations groups don’t want it. Some members of the BC Liberals don’t want it.
-————————
The Alberta government wants it. The Alberta oil workers want it. Those in BC who realize they need gas and oil to drive want it. Those with two brain cells to rub together want it. Some Native groups want it.

“The chief who invited Neil Young and Jane Fonda to Fort McMurray? He supports a pipeline.”
National Post
commented 2019-09-12 01:02:58 -0400
SEAN PENSON commented 3 hours ago
This pipeline should just be forgotten about.

The coalition governing BC doesn’t want it. Washington State doesn’t want it. Some First Nations groups don’t want it. Some members of the BC Liberals don’t want it.
-————————
The Alberta government wants it. The Alberta oil workers want it. Those in BC who realize they need gas and oil to drive want it. Those with two brain cells to rub together want it. Some Native groups want it.

“The chief who invited Neil Young and Jane Fonda to Fort McMurray? He supports a pipeline.”
National Post
commented 2019-09-12 00:29:14 -0400
Duke:say what Santa is running for PM? Lol
commented 2019-09-12 00:07:38 -0400
SHELDON EISLER commented 35 mins ago
Penson figures the economy runs on magical money trees,and coin fairies,oh ya and pride parades can’t forget those!!LMAO
-—————-
Well, yeah. Duh. That’s why he’s voting for Santa Claus.
commented 2019-09-11 23:30:20 -0400
Penson figures the economy runs on magical money trees,and coin fairies,oh ya and pride parades can’t forget those!!LMAO