September 29, 2015

LISTEN: Calgary NDP candidate doesn't deny NDP-Soros link; wants "total phase out of coal"

Holly NicholasRebel Commentator

An anonymous citizen journalist attended the student "MP Candidate Meet and Greet" at the University of Calgary on September 24, 2015 -- and what he heard was unbelievable.

The event was attended by five NDP candidates: Kirk Heuser (Calgary Confederation), Dany Allard( Calgary Shepard, Bruce Kaufman (Calgary Nosehill), Jillian Ratti (Calgary Centre) and Stephanie Kot (Calgary Rocky Ridge).

According to the citizen journalist who provided me with this audio, there were two self described Marxists at the event who stated that the best proxy for a revolution are the NDP. Another woman wearing a t-shirt that said “Feminist and Atheist” was also part of the small crowd. 

What started off as a low key gathering quickly went off the rails when the anonymous citizen journalist began speaking with Kirk Heuser.

First, the would-be legislator stated that California is the best model for Alberta when it comes to corporate tax increases.

But although there have been recent propositions to increase corporate taxes in California, such as SB 1372, these rates haven’t changed since 1997, and they’ve generally decreased over time:


Heuser also insisted that environmental regulations in California and other places are better than Alberta’s. Albertans, he said, are considered “environmental laggards" around the world. Except the fact is, Alberta has the most highly regulated oil and gas industry on earth.

In contrast, the Placerita oilfield just outside Los Angeles hosts the dirtiest oil in North America, where twice as many upstream emissions are produced in relation to the Alberta oil sands. By wanting Alberta to be more like California, does this mean Heuser supports increases in GHG emissions -- and importing oil from countries like Saudi Arabia and Iraq?

What are these other countries that Heuser says disapprove of Alberta? Venezuela? Nigeria? Inquiring minds want to know.

The $15 minimum wage hike in Seattle was also discussed.

Critics suggesting such increases don’t alleviate poverty, since many employees request fewer hours in order to stay on social assistance programs. Between March and April 2015, after the increase went into effect, the number of people on Seattle’s Basic Food Program dropped by only 0.4%. Some Seattle businesses are also implementing a 15% surcharge, while some restaurants are closing. In some cases, kiosks are replacing people. Perhaps Heuser is oblivious to these facts.   

Kirk Heuser also doesn't deny that his party works with billionaire George Soros. When asked if the NDP are associated with the billionaire, Heuser says yes, and then goes on to confirm that we must address environmental issues, which are among Soros' favourite causes.

For example, Soros funded environmentalist campaigns to phase out coal – then invested millions back into the coal industry when the share prices inevitably fell.

Of course, no conversation with an NDP candidate is complete without a robust discussion on climate change.

“There will be no daycare to worry about,” Heuser said, if we don’t do anything about climate change.

Kirk Heuser goes as far as saying that the NDP’s climate change policy is better than the Green Party’s.

The NDP candidate also insists that phasing out coal will save the Canada health care system $3 billion.

But that “poor air quality” myth trotted out by Rachel Notley was debunked last week

According to Heuser, climate scientists are being muzzled by the Conservative Party of Canada.

He insists that the apparent conspiracy is a result of scientists having information on climate change that the Conservatives refuse to expose publicly: The CPC, he says, is “holding on to reports.”

Heuser goes on to state that scientists are being fired and scientific libraries are being shut down – all evidenced from his work at the Pembina Institute that put him in contact with people who worked in federal departments.

The New Democratic Party student meeting was clearly in stark contrast to the Wildrose Party event last week, where several MPs and opposition leader Brian Jean attended, hoping to capture the youth vote. 

It seems that, in contrast, the NDP are using these events to spread their unrealisitic and unfounded idealistic policies.

NDP candidates may speak with confidence, but fact checking goes a long way to proving them wrong.


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commented 2016-01-03 14:04:20 -0500
George Soros childhood has been sanitized to hide his true character. He is Jewish and grew up in Hungary . He joined the Hungarian equivalent of the Hitler Youth when the Nazis took over the country . When the Nazis started rounding up the Jews , he turned his parents in and they were shot. Looking through his business dealings in his life there is a line of corrupt and despicable dealings that marked his way of doing business.
Having the NDP work with him is not surprising. Like Lenin , Soros has use for useful idiots.
commented 2015-10-24 22:59:59 -0400
Regardless of what was said or not said, some creepy individual secretly recorded a university event and now you’re trying to pass it off as brave and appropriate? Is this what the right stands for: a lack of journalistic integrity, respect for personal privacy, honesty with the targeted individual? And before you say that “they” (the centre and left) did this first, isn’t the right supposed to be better? Holly Nicholas you have no journalistic integrity and are profiting of morally bankrupting standards.
commented 2015-10-02 23:49:41 -0400
Colin, I love that CS Lewis quote. Notley will tyrannize us all in spite of her horrible ideals.
commented 2015-10-01 14:01:46 -0400
C S Lewis: of all tyrannies, a tyranny sincerely exercised for the good of its victims may be the most oppressive
commented 2015-10-01 12:21:17 -0400
Robert Hewgill – Socialism is a failed ideology, and they pray on those who cannot fight back, like the elderly, that they want to rid the world of. Shame on them all for thinking they know what is best for everyone in the world. How damned arrogant and cruel of them!
commented 2015-09-30 20:52:04 -0400
It will be like UK where ten thousand seniors freeze to death every year because they can’t afford fuel of taxes to subsidize the ripoff subsidy scams like wind, other ride the buses around all night to keep from freezing to death.
commented 2015-09-30 17:07:25 -0400
It is quite scary that nutty-nottly thinks 40% of the votes cast gives her such a strong mandate
commented 2015-09-30 11:28:45 -0400
This is how radicals govern, and it isn’t for the majority, it’s for their pie-in-the-sky worship of mother earth, at the expense of the human race. I hope that there is such a backlash against these NDP Marxists, that they run and hide in fear, like the immature cowards that they are. They certainly are not listening, nor do they plan on listening, to anyone who does not agree with their planned destruction of AB. Once they take AB down, then the plan is to take down Canada the road to destruction, and I fear that Canada will not survive. Those who vote for any party on the left, are voting for the destruction of Canada!
commented 2015-09-29 22:12:06 -0400
Phase out the coal industry & it will save the health care system 3B dollars. What about all the people that will be out of work & relying on gov’t assistance, I guess that will all be free & not cost anything & what about the economy, that won’t be affected either I suppose, you imbecile, can’t think past your nose. Is everyone working in that industry taxing the healthcare system because they are always sick? Then who is minding the store & where did he get that figure, from George Soros!
commented 2015-09-29 21:59:42 -0400
Sounds to me like Notley & her kindergarten class get a stupid idea, one that will pee off the majority & run with it. They seem to be clueless about everything & too arrogant to consult with the experts who would educate them. There are a lot of people on this site who are very knowledgeable about a myriad of subjects such as the oil industry, climate, coal etc which Notley, etc don’t seem to know anything about & don’t seem to give a damn about getting the facts either. Oh no, just get rid of entire industries……too bad if people lose their job, because we the NDP believe in climate change & we don’t give a horse’s ass if you don’t like it…. this is going to trump everything else. Bunch of pompous idiots.
commented 2015-09-29 18:41:22 -0400
If California is this hillbilly Dipper’s economic model he must’ve attended the flat earth school of economics – California has the most number of jurisdictional bankruptcies (cities, counties) in the US. The fact the Dips are fart catchers for monopolist scum like Soros tells me all I need to know about their ethics.
commented 2015-09-29 17:04:22 -0400
Oh my God! Soros’ is a real Demon! This Oligarch actually worked with Hitler’s NAZIS’! He even collected the belongings of his fellow Hungarians once they were taken away to Concentration camps and delivered their belongings to various Nazi Reichs’ Do a search engine on ths Pro-Globalist Elitist and follow up on his Nasty track record! Now I know where Mulcair is coming from! Oh this is bad! Very bad!
commented 2015-09-29 16:35:27 -0400
Pembina Institute is a Think Tank?!
More like a Stink Tank of Socialist Money Thieving Hypocrites, in my personal opinion. The Alberta NDP are completely in bed with Pembina and are practically integrated. It would not surprise me to find out they could be sharing resources and funding from the likes of Soros and Rockefeller.
commented 2015-09-29 16:16:36 -0400
I love the internet. We are not tied to opinions of COMPLETE FUCKING ASSHOLES LIKE NDP CANDIDATE KIRK HAUSER!!!!!

George Soros, who is quite the piece of satanic shit, has been buying coal mines are effectively bankrupt due primarily to the EPA:

And $15 per hour and falling unemployment in Seattle only works because the labor participation rate is tanking.

The real unemployment rate in the US is about 16% (masked down to 5.5% because labor participation rate is at historical lows).

As I said above, I love the internet. We are not tied to opinions of COMPLETE FUCKING ASSHOLES LIKE NDP CANDIDATE KIRK HAUSER!!!!!
commented 2015-09-29 14:30:09 -0400
its called agenda 21 where the un takes over a world government where they control all this
commented 2015-09-29 14:29:03 -0400
The NDP candidates need to be audited, to see if they are collecting any under the table cash for selling out AB, and Canada to their two bit failed ideology. The NDP definitely have an agenda, and it is the same agenda as their masters, the UN.
commented 2015-09-29 14:11:17 -0400
He wants to have coal phased out entirely. Entirely laughable, and completely idiotic. What other fuel has the BTUs to increase metal temperature to the melting point? Is this theoretician (with, apparently, no real-life experience) telling us he wants Canada out of the smelting/manufacturing business? Windsor and Hamilton (just off the top of my head) will be thrilled to hear this. What about our trade agreements with Japan? We supply them with coking coal, which does provide sufficient BTUs, and then some. Is he saying we should stop mining? I know of two mines within 4 hours travel of my location that would become ghost towns if this is the case. Ontario has been complaining for a while about the loss of manufacturing jobs — and this… this… [insert censored epithet/insult here] is saying that he wants to enforce this loss?

Politics does not think through to a practical solution, as has been amply demonstrated here.
commented 2015-09-29 14:03:49 -0400
…“Heuser goes on to state that scientists are being fired and scientific libraries are being shut down”… i have also heard that here in NB …been unable to fact check it, but I also haven’t heard it being denied from the CPC leadership. Though I did read Tim Ball’s blog which outlined decisions made by EC on what was priority regarding their budget. People should realize that the NDP have the real hidden agenda.