October 06, 2017

Media Party conceals Trudeau's role in killing Energy East

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

On last night's show, I explained how the mainstream media is downplaying Justin Trudeau's decision to kill the Energy East pipeline.

TransCanada was supportive of Energy East until a few weeks ago when Justin increased the regulations on building pipelines in Canada. But the Media Party is reporting that TransCanada made a "business decision" to kill Energy East.

WATCH my video to see why they're wrong!

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commented 2017-10-09 11:25:20 -0400
Ron, Alberta (or any other province) will never separate. Not enough bold people to do that. I moved here to get away from Ontario atheist liberals and the godless unions in Edmonton voted in more godless unionists. We live under the shadow of too many dumbed-down citizenry, and current and future provincial governments are either too liberal or too stupid to ever pay attention to our voices. It will not happen.
commented 2017-10-09 11:20:11 -0400
The government should not have anything to do with energy policies like this. let industry decide. Justin Trudeau is a traitor to Canada.
commented 2017-10-09 03:57:01 -0400
Al Peterson – you’ve got it 100%.

Most of the land we now call the Prairies was essentially simply bought and paid for by the feds from the Hudson’s Bay Company out of Rupert’s Land for 300,000 pounds in 1869-70; subsequent population was imported via federal immigration policies advertised throughout Europe and the Empire, all designed to flood the new areas with settlers to work the lands (to keep the territory out of American hands, to provide raw materials for Central Canadian industry, and to provide an ever increasing market for Central Canadian manufactured products).

So unlike the Maritime Provinces in 1867 (1873 for PEI) there was never any ability for the Prairies to negotiate over the terms of their entry into Confederation, because the Prairie population in 1867 / 1873 was essentially nil; there was no pre-established populated presence there that had to be enticed into signing on to Confederation on any sort of negotiated / improved terms. Thereafter, between 1885 (completion of CPR) and 1905, Ottawa basically flooded the old Hudson’s Bay Company lands they had purchased (by that time labelled as the “Northwest Territories”) with people, and when population and demand was sufficient by 1905 the provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan were carved out of the Territories. No special consideration given for reviewing or updating the BNA Act to provide for new additions, that course had been set in 1867 (and in fact it wouldn’t be until 1930 that the feds would even give Alberta ownership of its own natural resources).

Result? Other than Trudeau Sr’s. little vanity project of repatriation in 1982, Canada’s operative legislative and constitutional underpinnings under the BNA Act today largely remains as they were when “Canada” consisted of Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, 150 years ago. Not exactly current.
commented 2017-10-08 13:09:17 -0400
If Alberta could manage to trigger a close referendum to secede, Ottawa would fear losing the goose that laid the golden egg and begin to capitulate to our needs. This is proven by history when you look at the Quebec referendum of the ’90’s… that close referenderum vote placed Ottawa’s balls squarely in the hands of the Bloc Quebecois. Ottawa won’t budge on anything until they have to. Albert’s 29 seats agains Ottawa’s 131 seats is just bringing a knife to a gunfight. A seperation party is forming – WIPA – that could, given time trigger a referendum, and at least scare Ottawa into capitulating. Even if Alberta doesn’t seperate in a referendum, at least we would have some teeth! WIPA needs signatures! Download the form here: http://alberta.independence-movement.org/wipa-party-platform/

Sign it and get friends to sign it. We can do this Alberta! Let’s get some teeth! We all got a dog in this fight, Ottawa won’t take Jason Kenney or anyone else seriously until they are motivated by fear. Why would they? 29 seats agaisnt 131? Yeah right!
commented 2017-10-08 11:41:16 -0400
I for one would like to see an Western separatist party.
so tired of being ripped off.
I have said this before many times Canada should be the wealthiest nation on earth.
We have enough oil for three hundred years. yet we buy from OPEC scum bags 800,00 barrels a day.
No up stream down stream or carbon taxes for them. They wash out their tanks at sea fouling reefs and coast lines.
Right whales eating turds from the millions of liters of raw sewage dumped and killed by ships, could it be the super tankers coming up the ST.Lawrence. PIPE LINES ARE DANGEROUS.
We have a coal seam that extends over three provinces best quality in the world yet we shut down clean coal burning fired electrical plants. Canada has pioneered this knowledge and is the cleanest in the world. Instead raise carbon taxes and electricity rates for all Canadians. Billions spent on toxic light bulbs (contains mercury) almost useless wind power. Note a hundred ducks killed in an oil pond is national news. Take a walk under any of the wind generators in southern Alberta see how many dead bird you see. Protected species lured in by an easy meal only fall victim to the whirling blades. No national news there.
We have enough minerals etc. to keep all Canadians employed, look after our seniors. disabled and veterans easily
commented 2017-10-08 10:33:33 -0400
JIM WEBB commented 21 hours ago
Hey Hyacinth

Of course the Atlantic provinces are not to blame. At Confederation at least, the Maritime provinces were some of the wealthiest and most influential in the newly formed country, and because of their relative standing at the time were able to negotiate favourable terms for throwing in their lot with Ontario and Quebec.

Thanks for the numbers, Jim.
When I see it all laid out like that I realize we can never tinker with the system as it is. There are too many vested interests in the status quo. So we need to take a step in the west that was never afforded us. And that is to negotiate an entrance into confederation that suits us. We need to come in as equals not as colonials which is basically what happened in 1867.

So we should separate and if there is an interest in Confederation again we negotiate on our terms- not acquiesce to what has been given to us. Somehow we have to find a way to ditch all the lefties that wormed their way in.

Thanks for turning on the light.
commented 2017-10-08 09:30:36 -0400
Nasty Post site headline today “National Post View: Surprise, surprise the government sabotages yet another energy project”. Like I said, Canadians just aren’t buying the Liberal spin.
commented 2017-10-08 03:52:52 -0400
I wish some national polling agency tackled asking:- “When you see The Boy Blunder’s baboon laugh again, do you wish you had a Louisville Slugger handy?”…
commented 2017-10-08 03:06:04 -0400
Ron, what’s next?
commented 2017-10-08 02:23:55 -0400
Ron C…..I would consider the pair I’m packing more than adequate, I’m in!
commented 2017-10-08 00:48:56 -0400
Now if that doesn’t show all Canadians what and How much of a SOB Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Energy Minister Jim Carr as well as Environmental Minister Catherine McKenna is, nothing will and that there is no hope or future for Canadians’ to live in Canada as long as these Socialist Liberals’, NDP or Greens’ are in power!

Of course unless you enjoy having your neck under the Commie Jack Boot and Big Brother Marxist intruding into your lives and putting a ceiling on what you can earn and what choices you have toward any high paying jobs" I guess if you want to be dependent on Government and have the ability to extort you so he can have his way with you and order you to clean outhouses or the like whether you wish to improve your life and lives of your family or not, you’ll probably be quite content to st in Trudeau’s Middle Eastern Ghetto!
commented 2017-10-07 19:14:52 -0400
HYACINTH…Yvette Mosul lives in Manitoba so the election was essentially over for her by that time, and certainly for us here in Alberta. Sometimes we westerners make statements that may seem a little too general, and the meaning gets construed. I always want to quantify by adding ALL good Easterners such as yourself and many others you are welcome here. I wish we could divide the country in half ,their way and our way. Our way would be PROSPEROUS , well governed and devoid of much of the present malaise. Their way, who cares, but a certain disaster. Trudope the Younger and the muslim brotherhood are ruining the country, we must do something and M103 scares the shit out of me.
commented 2017-10-07 13:09:51 -0400
Hey Hyacinth

Of course the Atlantic provinces are not to blame. At Confederation at least, the Maritime provinces were some of the wealthiest and most influential in the newly formed country, and because of their relative standing at the time were able to negotiate favourable terms for throwing in their lot with Ontario and Quebec. As a result the Maritimes have a disproportionately larger federal representation per population than does any region in the West (not sure if your figure of 1.8 million also represent NL, but if it does the Atlantic provinces overall have 32 MP’s; Alberta has 34 for their 4 million, Saskatchewan has 14 for their 1 million, Manitoba has 14 seats for their 1.25 million).

Fast forward 150 years and what has happened? The wealth and influence in the Maritimes has been siphoned off to Central Canada, leaving a scenario where the Atlantic region generally is economically disadvantaged but the area still retains a disproportionate political clout. The 32 votes there nullifies completely any voice Saskatchewan has, for example, even though Saskatchewan is ostensibly an equal partner in Confederation and is called on to pay the freight for Ottawa’s initiatives elsewhere.

It’s no surprise then that the electorate in Atlantic Canada swing from party to party per federal election, because whoever presents the best deal to alleviate the regional economic pain will ALWAYS be the most attractive. It’s the electoral equivalent of living paycheque to paycheque. But also understand the view for those paying a large chunk of the federal tab, that they are doing so within a rigged system which disenfranchises them when compared with other regions of the country.

Rather than fighting regionally, the focus of our ire should be on those who control the federal levers of power. The underlying political machinery set up in 1867 remains unaltered, but the landscape over which that machinery was supposed to apply has changed completely.

Something has to give. If federal politicians are too busy at the entitlement trough to bother to become engaged, other options have to be considered.
commented 2017-10-07 12:59:10 -0400
It is called Liberal nepotism Flat Earth, the east coast is rife with it. It is not what you know but who you know or are related to that gets you a job/position. Old money is heard and everyone else …shrugs…you know… we only exist to pay taxes. Once in a blue moon a conservative actually wins, but the odds are better in hitting the jackpot with Lotto 649.
commented 2017-10-07 12:46:36 -0400
Bravo Zulu commented 18 hours ago “The mainstream media in Canada is simply the propaganda arm of the lieberal government.”

Exactly, and when you read it, you think that most people are on board with Trudeau/Liberals. But check Twitter and you’ll find a hostility towards them like I haven’t seen here before.

Here are some tweets from today:

Trudeau an intellectually lazy moron who conned his voting base,,He spun a web of lies & deceptions,,159 promises all unfulfilled!!

The way that PMJustin claims no involvement in killing #EnergyEast pipeline is reminiscent of OJ Simpsons denial of killing Nicole & Ron.

Canada will be completely RUINED by Trudeau before he leaves office for his job at the UN !

The reality: Trudeau still has 95% of the media in his back pocket even after being proven a massive liar and hypocrite

The ugly face of Islamic hate can be found on Parliament Hill. It’s name is @iamIqraKhalid.

If you need a reason to get out on the streets to Let Trudeau Know He Must Go this is it! October 21/17 Toronto city hall 2pm. JUST B THERE

PM lectures Canadians on Racism permits attacks 2 Christians & Jews. @JustinTrudeau the POS Terrorist Supporting Racist Canadians know so well

Did @JustinTrudeau Come to Edmonton to see terror victims? NO!! but put graffiti on a mosque…He’s on the first plane out !! Traitor to Canada !
commented 2017-10-07 12:44:26 -0400
Don’t drop out of sight Ron… Stay in touch and see if Derek is interested
commented 2017-10-07 12:43:12 -0400
I agree.. lay the blame where the responsibility lies…
I’m not trying to start a fight but can you tell me all the way from New Brunswick to Newfoundland what parties the premieres belong to and what parties the elected MP’s belong too.
I am from Alberta and every day I have to listen to “well you voted them in” (NDP)
But however I personally never voted for them but I still suffer the remarks and the consequences about the NDP being in power because they are… until they are voted out. Again I am not trying to start a fight but I do believe there’s very many liberal seats both provincially and federally coming from the East Coast… Provincially is something you have to deal with federally is something we all have to deal with because their seat counts towards the majority in the country.
commented 2017-10-07 12:22:22 -0400
Flat Earth commented –
“Sorry Hyacinth … But I do believe the Atlantic provinces all drank the liberal Kool-Aid at election time … that the Atlantic provinces voted liberal and by the time it reached Ontario it was all over not mattering one little bit how the Western provinces voted.”

Not arguing that they have drank the Kool-Aid for they have, however, I am tired of the east coast taking the brunt of the blame. The east coast votes equaled a drop in the bucket in comparison to Ontario and Quebec. Junior won with 6,943,276 votes. Check below the links and previous post and the population numbers, for it to be the Maritimes fault then every man, woman, child, dog, cat, and tree would have had to vote. You want to lay blame place it where it belongs, at the foot of Ontarians.

commented 2017-10-07 12:10:12 -0400
Spain is our inspiration, we need to declare independence and take control of our own destiny
commented 2017-10-07 09:47:51 -0400
This is my last comment here as I will too busy organizing Alberta separation ! I wish you all well .
commented 2017-10-07 08:19:58 -0400
Hello Albertans , you’re fellow Albertans are hurting ! Does anybody give a fuck ?
commented 2017-10-07 08:14:03 -0400
So many intelligent people commenting on this site so I ask again, is there anybody willing to help me or am I the only one with big enough balls to take this on ?
commented 2017-10-07 07:58:32 -0400
Until Albertans wake up we are just little slave bitches to eastern Canada and will continue down the slippery slope to nowhere !
commented 2017-10-07 07:54:40 -0400
Flat Earth , I am going to make some calls after thanksgiving and see if I can get ahold of Derek Fildebrant and see if he would help us start this much needed separation from the cesspool we use to call Canada ! If we are serious about western or Alberta separation it’s going to take a lot of money and hard work to get this done . We need lawyers and lots of support from fellow Albertans if we can unite and do this . I will try to inquire what we can do to start this process but I have to ask again as I cannot do this on my own , does anyone want to help start this or am I alone ?
commented 2017-10-07 06:55:52 -0400
Sorry Hyacinth … But I do believe the Atlantic provinces all drank the liberal Kool-Aid at election time.. Besides I don’t think anybody was blaming you they were just making a statement that the Atlantic provinces voted liberal and by the time it reached Ontario it was all over not mattering one little bit how the Western provinces voted.
commented 2017-10-07 05:24:31 -0400
Bravo Zulu commented “The mainstream media in Canada is simply the propaganda arm of the lieberal government.”

Spot on. Not surprising though considering that Daddy Trudeau gave the top position of running CBC to a dear Liberal chum so many years ago and CBC basically dictates to the smaller outlets. Over the years that has grown so much so that the smallest dissenting voice is vehemently attacked.

Yvette Mozol commented “The Maritime provinces had Trudeau elected before I had left the voter’s booth on Election Day. …”

Blaming us east coasters again eh? You do realize that the population of the east coast (NB, NS, NL, PE ) doesn’t even come close to that of Ontario or even that of Quebec let alone voter wise don’t you?

Maritimes had a population of 1,813,606 in 2016.
Quebec had a population of 8,164,361 in 2016.
Ontario had a population of 13,448,494 in 2016.
commented 2017-10-07 02:08:48 -0400
The Maritime provinces had Trudeau elected before I had left the voter’s booth on Election Day. Well, they’re getting what they deserve now. The only thing their choice of PM has gotten them is a kick in the butt.
Trans Canada had had enough, those last regulations slapped on them after they had received approval was the last straw. Notley can blame TC all she wants, everyone knows WHO is really to blame. No such rules for OPEC, I guess their oil comes from a faucet.
commented 2017-10-07 00:39:14 -0400
DIRK KANIS commented 8 hours ago
May all dumb fucking Canadians that voted for this traitor be without jobs and live in poverty, you royally deserve it.

Dirk, the sooner the west separates the sooner the SJW’s will feel the pain. We have a moral duty to educate them. Separation increases pain and pain gives the education.
commented 2017-10-06 18:31:20 -0400
The mainstream media in Canada is simply the propaganda arm of the lieberal government.
commented 2017-10-06 18:06:07 -0400
Edward E… He knows and realizes exactly what he’s doing and he’s being remunerated very well for it..
His globalist handlers are very pleased with the job that he’s doing so don’t think for one second this is random acts of stupidity or bad judgement calls while trying to run a country.